Elephant Bucks: An Insider's Guide to Writing for TV Sitcoms by Sheldon BullElephant Bucks: An Insider's Guide to Writing for TV Sitcoms by Sheldon Bull

Elephant Bucks: An Insider's Guide to Writing for TV Sitcoms

bySheldon Bull

Paperback | May 1, 2007

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Publisher Marketing: A comprehensive guide to writing a highly commerical and saleable spec sitcom script and launching your career as a TV sitcom writer. Includes detailed inside information on how to choose the right series to spec, how to pick the right story, and detailed, step by step instruction on how to write the scripts that will get you work.
Bull has been a professional tv sitcon writer, producer, and director for thirty years. His career included: writing for MASH, developing writing and producing the hit CBS sitcom Newhart; writing and producing the ABC hit Coach starring Craig T. Nelson; and producing, writing and directing the ABC hit series Sabrina-The Teenage Witch.
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Title:Elephant Bucks: An Insider's Guide to Writing for TV SitcomsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:266 pages, 8.98 × 6.06 × 0.69 inPublished:May 1, 2007Publisher:Michael Wiese ProductionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1932907270

ISBN - 13:9781932907278

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Sheldon Bull is not only the funniest man on two feet, but one of the mostbrilliant when it comes to explaining how to be funny, and how to organizeyour creative ideas into the sitcom form. It is the clearest, best, and to my knowledge the only how to that tells writers step by step how to write for and break into the fabulous world of TV sitcoms-- Blake Snyder, Author of Save the Cat: The Last Book on Screenwriting You'll Ever Need