PETER BRECK Book AUTOGRAPH Family Album THE BIG VALLEY

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  • Sold Date: Nov 26,2007
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"Peter Breck: A Family Album"

A New Book Written and Autographed By

P E T E R B R E C K

A.K.A. "NICK BARKLEY"

Star of television's hit series THE BIG VALLEY !

Without dispute, PETER BRECK holds the title as TV's toughest cowboy and reigns as the John Wayne of television Westerns. As The Big Valley 's sharp-tongued, two-fisted, fast-on-the draw Nick Barkley, he never took anything from anybody and was always ready and able to protect the ones he loved! This quintessential Western champion whom Breck immortalized added that certain spark to The Big Valley that made this series one of the most popular television shows in history. Peter Breck--in real life--is true to himself, his family, his friends, and his fans. It is clear why Peter Breck remains so beloved.

Today, Breck writes a column for Wildest Westerns Magazine in which he shares his memories from his illustrious life and career. Breck has now gone one step further... along with Diane Breck, the actor's lovely wife of 47 years, Peter has published his own "life-in-pictures" book, entitled, PETER BRECK, A FAMILY ALBUM , a beautiful hardbound book that is a compilation of fascinating photos taken directly from the pages of his personal family photo albums, with Peter's personal comments and humor to go with each photo.

The "Family Album" not only serves as a gorgeous pictorial, but also as a chronicle-type journal of his childhood to the present, providing an intimate look into the life and times of Peter Breck. This book contains a myriad of never-before-seen-by-the-public photos, w Breck shares some of his most special moments including growing up in New York, serving in the U.S. Navy, posing with wife Diane at their wedding, relaxing at home with son, Christopher, who sadly died from leukemia and to whom this book is tenderly dedicated, nightclubbing with Ella Fitzgerald, shooting on-location for The Big Valley , hanging out with good friend and Big Valley co-star Richard Long with wife Mara Corday, and many, many more.

Through Wildest Westerns Magazine and Life Photo Publishing, Peter Breck is now offering this special book to fans and collectors on Ebay. With its sleek, classy feel and sharp, vivid photographs on thick, glossy stock paper, this book is a wonderful trip down Memory Lane! Without question, this book is sure to please, w fans will learn more about Peter Breck the actor, and more importantly, all about Peter Breck the man. Each book is personally autographed by Peter Breck . This is a one-of-a-kind keepsake and a must-have for true fans of Peter Breck and The Big Valley the world over! Quantities are limited, so order your autographed copy today! Sorry, no personalizations. Thanks for lookin'!

NOTE: THIS BOOK IS NOT AVAILABLE IN STORES. The particular displayed photo of Peter Breck and Richard Long does not appear in Peter's book; it is merely a tribute to these fine actors. International Shipping is $12.50. Hardbound Book; approximately 65 pp; Glossy; Color/B&W.

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