Yes, Admiral

Yes Admiral For anyone curious about what it was like to work with the cast of The Empire Strikes Back this book is a must Michael Sheard who played Admiral Ozzel in the movie describes his experiences on the

  • Title: Yes, Admiral
  • Author: Michael Sheard
  • ISBN: 9781840241228
  • Page: 376
  • Format: eBook
  • For anyone curious about what it was like to work with the cast of The Empire Strikes Back, this book is a must Michael Sheard, who played Admiral Ozzel in the movie, describes his experiences on the set.

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      Michael Sheard Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Yes, Admiral book, this is one of the most wanted Michael Sheard author readers around the world.

    913 thoughts on “Yes, Admiral”

    1. I had the very great pleasure of knowing Michael.This book is written in his own very British style. His personality shines through and whenever I re-read this book it brings back very many wonderful memories of the great man and the trouble he relished in causing on the Memorabilia show circuit!R.I.P Michael! You are very missed! x


    2. "Yes, Admiral Ozzel" is the second of Michael's "Memoirs of a Bum Actor" series. A wonderfull look into the life of an amazing actor, roles varying from the famous "Mr. Bronson" of "Grange Hill", parts in the classic "Doctor Who" and "Space: 1999", to the character this book is named after, Admiral Ozzel from "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back", "Sergeant Mann" in "Escape to Athena", and Hitler himself in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" (11 years on from playing the same character in the T [...]


    3. Character actors are typically more interesting than stars to me, so I found Sheard's book to be very entertaining. This deals more with his sci-fi convention stories than acting stories, although some nice anecdotes about Doctor Who are dropped in. Mr. Sheard obviously loved what he was doing and the "appreciators" (he disliked the word "fans") who came to the conventions. The book is very much written in a British manner and contains all kinds of British slang and turns of phrase but it's stil [...]


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