[The Man in the Rubber Mask Tells the Whole Story of RED DWARF] E–pub Õ Robert Llewellyn

  • Paperback
  • 192
  • The Man in the Rubber Mask Tells the Whole Story of RED DWARF
  • Robert Llewellyn
  • English
  • 05 March 2020
  • 9780140235753

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FREE DOWNLOAD ´ The Man in the Rubber Mask Tells the Whole Story of RED DWARF T Llewellyn who plays the part in the series tells the inside story of life as Kryt. I really enjoyed this book It helps being a fan of Red Dwarf and I m a big big fan of Red Dwarf cue lots of excitement at the announcement of the commissioning of series 11 12 just as I finished the book The book tells Robert Llewelyns story from his days starting out as a struggling comedian through his any visits to stage at the Edinburgh Fringe to Red Dwarf series 10 and the disastrous American Red Dwarf pilotThe tales is light hearted and told with a deft touch At times it feels a little light on details I was hoping for detail behind the scenes of the filming of the small rouge one and while the tales were there some of them felt a little rushedI gave this four stars which is maybe a little generous but you can t give part marks on Goodreads and it definitely deserves than 3 stars A accurate rating would be 35 maybe 375 but that could be me being a little picky In summary if you like Red Dwarf reads this book As good as the book is if you don t like the small rouge one then this may not hold your attention

SUMMARY The Man in the Rubber Mask Tells the Whole Story of RED DWARFThe Man in the Rubber Mask Tells the Whole Story of RED DWARF

FREE DOWNLOAD ´ The Man in the Rubber Mask Tells the Whole Story of RED DWARF Four main characters in Red Dwarf In this book actor and alternative comedian Rober. For the uber fans only But this is Red Dwarf and you either don t like it or absolutely love it I don t really know any casual fans Llewellyn knows this and concentrates on everything Red Dwarf He comes across well nicely He s a terribly nice middle class guilt ridden boy done good don tchewknow He can t uite believe he s done so well out of Kryten but yes it s engaging fun and has the ability to transport you back to scenes that well it turns out you can uote better than he can his inability to learn lines is oft repeated throughout sometimes above and beyond the call He skips past most non Red Dwarf activities uicklyAnyway it s fun and Llewellyn is such a gentle nice soul barely a bad word about anyone I wonder if an update after production has well and truly finished would be slightly different that there s little frustration or negativity about anything including the failed US pilot which is interesting He captures the cameraderie on set well with the others speeches although the outtakes videos really show this upFun but lightweight fun I doubt he d complain

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FREE DOWNLOAD ´ The Man in the Rubber Mask Tells the Whole Story of RED DWARF In a recent pole the robotic Kryten was noted by viewers as their favourite of the. The Man in the Rubber Mask chronicles Robert Llewellyn s career from a struggling stage actor to a struggling actor playing Kryten on Red DwarfRed Dwarf is one of my top ten favorite shows of all time and I m on series 3 of my latest re watch One of Robert Llewellyn s novels popped up in my recommendations so I decided to read this insteadWhile Kryten isn t my favorite character on Red Dwarf I do feel his addition to the crew in the beginning of the third series was what took the show to the next level for me While reading the book I had Kryten s voice in my headThe Man in the Rubber Mask talks about Robert s early days as a stage actor and comedian but most of the book focuses on Red Dwarf and rightly so Although he s had success with Scrapheap ChallengeJunkyard Wars Red Dwarf will go down as the work he s most remembered forThe behind the scenes stories of working on Red Dwarf were pretty entertaining though the makeup process to transform Robert into Kryten sounds like torture Llewelyn s comedic timing makes the book a joy to read The failed American version of Red Dwarf sounds like it would have been a train wreck and I m glad it wasn t picked upLike a lot of biographies it felt a little thin I could have used entertaining anecdotes from the making of Red Dwarf For a huge Red Dwarf fan this is a fun read I don t think I d recommend it to anyone who wasn t a fan of the show though Three out of five stars