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The Self Preservation Society - 50 Years of The Italian Job (Softback)

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Original price £ 30.00 GBP - Original price £ 30.00 GBP
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New Softback Edition
Motoring book awards winner

Published in 2019 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic movie, The Italian Job, The Self-Preservation Society is a 334-page book packed full of fascinating information and written by Matthew Field, the world's leading authority on one of the most popular films ever made.

Chosen by the Royal Automobile Club as their 'Motoring Book of the Year', this tremendous book is now available in softback at just £30, which is remarkable value.

With a foreword by Sir Michael Caine, the book is lavishly illustrated with hundreds of photos and archive documents, and based on more than 50 in-depth interviews. This fantastic books features all the cars in detail, the actors, crew and locations, explodes a few myths, includes some revelations and tells the story of the movie in a highly readable style.

Author: Matthew Field

ISBN 978-1-913089-21-4

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04/14/2021
Andrew M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Everything you wanted to know about The Italian Job.....

Super quick reaction and delivery on this stunning book. This specialist publisher has knocked it out of the park with this in depth exploration of this most iconic of British movies. Alas I could only get the softback edition, and on such a large volume it feels a little flimsy, but only time will tell.