The West Wing Script Book Paperback – Jun 3 2002
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About the Author
Aaron Sorkin serves as creator, writer, and executive producer on The West Wing. He previously created and executive-produced the ABC series Sports Night, and wrote the feature films The American President and A Few Good Men.
Top Customer Reviews
If you're a "West Wing" fan, you can now fully digest the subtlety and cleverness of the writing you may have missed during the rapid-fire pace of the show. If you are not a fan, this book is a good introduction to the dynamics of the cast and the premise of the show. These are the episodes that not only "let Bartlett be Bartlett," they are the ones that show the entire cast at its best.
Most recent customer reviews
"The West Wing Script Book" is a must for fans of this fabulous show! It's great to see the scripts and to see what the actors worked with. Read morePublished on March 25 2004 by MAB
Sorkin is the master of the fast-paced choppy dialog, that was so popular with films in the 50's. But unlike those films, the words have more of a wit to them. Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2004 by 2wsxWSX
I was so happy when the script book finally came out. Even though it only contains six scripts of Aaron Sorkin's incredible writing, it's much better than nothing at all. Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2003 by Lisa Siegel
I found the West Wing Script Book to be a real page turner. Often promising my better half that I'd only read a few more pages before turning out the light, I'd be called a liar... Read morePublished on June 30 2003 by Susan E. Nelson
This excellent book, along with the Topping book, gives great details, as to what was said, especially when the actors speak in a whisper. Read morePublished on March 10 2003 by michael d. chlanda
DON'T get this book if you want the script for the series' best episode to date, "In Excelsis Deo" I bought it solely for that and was sorely disappointed to find out... Read morePublished on Dec 11 2002