Since its original release The q12 O'Clock Highq Logbook: The Unofficial History of the Novel, Motion Picture, and TV Series has been a consistent seller among WWII buffs, lovers of aviation, and fans of Hollywood TV and movies. The book, a labor of love for co-authors Allan T. Duffin and Paul Matheis, is a detailed, comprehensive look at a media phenomenon. Army Air Force officers Beirne Lay, Jr., and Sy Bartlett wrote the novel 12 O'Clock High as a somewhat fictionalized record of their experiences in England during World War II. Twentieth Century-Fox optioned the book and produced the 1949 movie version starring Gregory Peck as tough-as-nails Brigadier General Frank Savage. In 1964, prolific producer Quinn Martin (The Untouchables, The FBI) brought 12 O'Clock High to television as a weekly series on ABC, starring Robert Lansing as Savage. Packed with fresh interviews, rare photographs, and behind-the-scenes stories published for the first time anywhere, The q12 O'Clock Highq Logbook is the definitive history of this unique tale of heroism in World War II.a12 Oa#39;Clock High is shown following the 12th hour of Leadership Instruction in the Officer Candidate School, and is also included in the Officer Training School course. Student reaction to the leadership problems illustrated in this film has beenanbsp;...
|Title||:||The 12 O'Clock High Logbook|
|Author||:||Allan T. Duffin, Paul Matheis|
|Publisher||:||BearManor Media - 2005-09-30|