The Worzel Book (40th Anniversary Edition)

The Worzel Book (40th Anniversary Edition)
The Worzel Book (40th Anniversary Edition)

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by Stuart Manning, foreword by Mark Gatiss




'10/10 - The Worzel Book will tell you everything you could ever have wanted to know about the history of Worzel Gummidge. Manning’s research is absolutely meticulous.' Starburst Magazine

The definitive guide to Worzel Gummidge just got bigger, with over 30 pages of extra content, including new interviews and facts, an all-new chapter about the 1990s Worzel animation project featuring script summaries, storyboards and pre-production art, plus dozens of new photos in black and white and colour.

All pre-orders will come with a very special signed bonus, to be announced shortly.

If you bought the original edition, hold onto your copies, as the inside cover Polaroid gallery will not be carried across to the new edition. We truly appreciate everyone who purchased and supported the original book and wanted to do something to make sure that original edition remains special and unique.

When a former Time Lord swapped time and space for the mysteries of the countryside, one of children’s television’s most unusual personalities was born. Jon Pertwee’s portrayal of the anarchic scarecrow Worzel Gummidge won him a new generation of viewers and would become his most enduring character.

The Worzel Book traces the journey of Scatterbrook’s scarecrow, from the days of early radio and the novels of Barbara Euphan Todd, through to the fondly-remembered ITV television series and its revival in New Zealand, and now the exciting new BBC adaptation starring Mackenzie Crook.

This is the untold story of a much-loved TV classic, featuring dozens of interviews with cast and crew, including Una Stubbs, Geoffrey Bayldon, Jeremy Austin, Bernard Cribbins, Barbara Windsor, Lorraine Chase and Sean Pertwee, illustrated throughout with over 400 photographs in black and white and colour, and includes a foreword
by Sherlock creator Mark Gatiss.

A PDF preview of the book can be downloaded here: Click.

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