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America's Most Wanted: How Television Catches Crooks
America's Most Wanted How Television Catches Crooks
Author: Jack Breslin
Goes behind the scenes of 'America's Most Wanted,' describing how a television programming decision became a crime-fighting phenomenon, involving millions of viewers in weekly manhunts.
ISBN-13: 9780061000256
ISBN-10: 0061000256
Publication Date: 3/1990
Pages: 396
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Publisher: Harpercollins (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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Here is a thrilling look at the award winning television program that is changing the face of broadcasting and criminal investigation.

Behind the scenes, the brainstorm, the awards and the critics, the most amazing captures, how a typical show works, plus fascinating interviews with the hardened criminals that America's Most Wanted has caught.
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A thrilling look at the award-winning television program that is changing he face of broadcasting and criminal investigation.
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Well written and very compelling information on how this program really works!
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History of the early days of the show and how they put it all together.


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