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JOHN COATES:
THE MAN WHO BUILT
THE SNOWMAN
A biography of the producer of The
Snowman
, Yellow Submarine and
many other films …

Written by Marie Beardmore
with an Epilogue by John Coates
Foreword by Raymond Briggs

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Preface ix
  • Foreword xi
  • 1 - Early Years 1
  • 2 - Army Years 8
  • 3 - Early Days at Rank, Far East and Asia 17
  • 4 - Madrid – "We Read Hemingway and Lived Hemingway" 32
  • 5 - How It All Began – Rediffusion and Atv 40
  • 6 - From Film to Television and the Start of Tvc 44
  • 7 - Tvc and the Beatles 52
  • 8 - The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine 56
  • 9 - Endings and Beginnings … 67
  • 10 - Post George – a New Era … 78
  • 11 - The Snowman- The First Snow 81
  • 12 - Post Snowman 94
  • 13 - When the Wind Blows 98
  • 14 - Life Matters, Becoming a Grandpa and Holidaying in Kenya 106
  • 15 - Granpa 111
  • 16 - The Seychelles … 115
  • 17 - Father Christmas – 1991 118
  • 18 - Recession 122
  • 19 - Beatrix Potter- 1992–1995 123
  • 20 - The Bump in the Road 132
  • 21 - 1995- – Three More Half Hour Specials 134
  • 22 - The Wind in the Willows (1995) and the Willows in Winter (1996) 136
  • 23 - Famous Fred 144
  • 24 - The Bear 149
  • 25 - Bali – Another Exotic Holiday 156
  • 26 - John Winds Up Tvc’s Animation Studio 158
  • 27 - Oi Get off Our Train and Varga Tvc – 1998 162
  • 28 - John’s Brothers 165
  • 29 - Retirement! at the Lac de Sainte Croix 170
  • 30 - Ethel and Ernest 175
  • Epilogue- – John Coates 178
  • Index 185
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