Just When You Thought It Was Safe: A Jaws Companion by Pat Jankiewicz

By Pat Jankiewicz

Did you used to hate the water, yet cannot think why? Do you are feeling a relentless desire for a larger boat? do you need the Mayor to shut the shores? If the answer's 'Yes' to those questions, you're a JAWS enthusiast and simply in the event you concept IT was once secure is the final word JAWS significant other! every little thing you must learn about the scariest motion picture ever made is during this book.
Learn the terrifying actual tale that encouraged JAWS! pay attention how such vintage strains as "Smile, You sonnuva--" and "We want a higher boat!" have been created. eventually, a publication in regards to the whole JAWS sequence! Meet the entire first shark's sufferers, observe behind-the-scenes evidence and gossip on JAWS! come across these chargeable for JAWS 2, JAWS 3-D and JAWS: THE REVENGE! learn about the aborted JAWS sequel, nationwide LAMPOON'S JAWS three humans zero and which JAWS sequel was once purported to begin with the shark consuming leader Brody!"

Journalist PAT JANKIEWICZ, author for FANGORIA and STARLOG takes an incisive examine the fantastic tale of the full JAWS franchise!

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