Gnomes of the Silver Screen

Gnomes of the Silver Screen

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Have you ever been terrified by a scary horror film? Laughed yourself silly at an amusing romantic comedy? Now imagine those familiar scenes starring everyone's favourite garden sprite - a gnome! Packed with famous cinematic scenes recreated by garden gnomes, this book is guaranteed to raise a smile from anyone who picks it up.





'Gnomes of the Silver Screen' is an amusing gift book for film buffs and gnome-lovers alike. Take a tour through cinema's hall of fame, starting with classic films, with stars like Charlie Chaplin and coming right up to date with modern film favourites such as 'Silence of the Lambs', 'Alien', 'Reservoir Dogs' and 'Kill Bill' - all performed by gnomes, of course! This book contains specially commissioned photography of these gnomes gently poking fun at some of cinema's most well-known scenes.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 96 pages
  • 159 x 159 x 13mm | 267g
  • Robson Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 80 colour photographs
  • 1861058578
  • 9781861058577
  • 1,588,915

About Andrew T. Davies

Andrew Davies has written a variety of comedy books for the Portico imprint including the original When I Were A Lad and its successors; School Lad, Nipper, Lass and Meerkat. He's vented his fury in the Ivor Grump books, including The Grumpy Drivers' Handbook and The Grumpy Golfers' Handbook, and some sports nostalgia books under the alias of Captain William Featherstone-Dawes.However the most fun he's had was writing the captions for 101 Sports Not To Try.
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