Dwarfsploitation Chris Watson Author
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Dwarfsploitation is an entertaining and educational look into the world of dwarf cinema. From Freaks to Willow, Dwarfsploitaton analyzes a wide variety of both independent and mainstream films, chronicling the number of ways in which little people are exploited. It is a must have for any fan of little people or film itself.Dwarfish reviews about dwarf films seems an odd basis for a book, but it's surprisingly entertaining and enlightening and respectful about the little folk. A snappy, unique guide to all films Dwarf.- Joe R. Lansdale, author of Bubba Ho-TepThis book is truly a one-of-a-kind. An inspired idea, and an equally-inspired book. Chris Watson and Brad Paulson have created something special with Dwarfsploitation. In an age when there seems to be books about every aspect of cinema, these authors have discovered a niche that had yet to be explored. Kudos.- Andrew J. Rausch, author of Turning Points in Film HistoryThe first time I went to the Library of Congress to do research on midgets in film, I was directed to a single tattered volume produced by the MGM publicist on The Wizard of Oz. I was astounded. The literature was virtually non-existent. Later I had a special assignment involving dwarf-tossing, and I sought out any dwarf-tossing trade association that could possibly be of any assistance. Again, my exertions were frustrated. That's why, when I first heard that Dwarfsploitation was in the works, I was cautiously hopeful but still ready for a Billy Barty headbutt to the nuts. I'm happy to say that the resulting book is a resource that we've needed for 60 years, and should take up permanent residence on the Ikea children's-room book shelves of anyone shorter than 4-foot-4.- Joe Bob Briggs, author of Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-InBrad and Chris's book stands head and shoulders above the run of the mill cinema book types. It makes little people everywhere stand a little.- James Bryan, director of Don't Go in the WoodsPaulson and Watson's book is a unique perspective to say the least. We seem to have books on everything these days, so, why not something that is entertaining, informative and celebrates our little friends in cinema. - Robert Davi, actor from License to Kill It was a short read and I loved it. Don't overlook it!- Joe Estevez, actor from SoultakerWow, I'm impressed! This has to be the most comprehensive guide to cinematic dwarves that you'll ever read. Meticulously researched, with hysterically funny yet genuinely fond comments by the authors, running the gamut from dwarfsploitation to 'normal' life. A must-have for any film-fan's library.- scream queen Brinke StevensA salute to Little People everywhere that belongs on every film aficionado's desk . Horror film makers: A demented dwarf is icing on the cake. I am working one into my next film. I'm the man that discovered both Luis Dejesus and Herve and can say without fear of contradiction what they lacked in height they made up in talent and length.- Joel M. Reed, director of Bloodsucking FreaksCelebrating the little guy, in an easygoing manner that’s both affectionate and amusing.- bookgasm.com


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