Monday, 10 November 2014

British Comedy Bestsellers of the Seventies

The life of a best-selling author in the 70s was dreadful. The books they wrote only cost about 20p each from WHSmith and train stations and that wasn't enough to keep their pet cats in fish heads for a week. 

So all the authors had to supplement their meagre income by penning novelisations of movies. Isaac Asimov did it for 'Fantastic Voyage' in the 60s. 

These authors produced some adaptations of the cream of British movie comedy in the following decade. Everyone a classic!






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