Cemetery Dance: Stephen King's Battleground Limited Edition

There is more to look forward to in 2012.  This is from Cemetery Dance (HERE)

Editor: Richard Christian Matheson

Page Count: 300 pages with an 8-page section of color photos from the TNT archives
Pub. Date: Summer 2012
Status: Forthcoming

A definitive collection centered around Stephen King's classic short story, which was adapted for television by Richard Christian Matheson. This deluxe edition includes King's short story and R.C. Matheson's script for the opening episode of "Nightmares and Dreamscapes," which starred William Hurt and was directed by Brian Henson, plus hundreds of pages of bonus features you won't find anywhere else. Special features include unique "behind the scenes" material like the storyboards used for the episode, which won two Emmy awards. The book also contains 8 pages of color photos from TNT's archives, which have never been released to the public.

Those contributing include:
* Director Brian Henson
* Executive Producer Bill Haber
* Jeff Beal, who won an Emmy for his score for Battleground
* Actor William Hurt
* Michael Wright, Executive Vice President and Director of Programming for TNT
* Visual Effects director Sam Nicholson
* Producer Jeff Hayes
* Lee Romaire, Special Makeup and Effects Designer
 The Unsigned Limited Edition Hardcover is $75


  1. I may have to find room in the budget for this. "Battleground" was easily the best episode of "Nightmares & Dreamscapes."

  2. I'm saving my moolah for Dr. Sleep. Thinking about getting first edition signed (assuming the rules for buying it signed are idiotic) and also getting a first ed. The Shining and putting them side by side.

  3. timmaxfield@hotmail.comJanuary 5, 2013 at 1:09 AM

    this is the only forum i've found with people talking about this book!! i own #104 of the 125 sold that were signed by the artists.... my question to the other 124... on my copy 2 of the artists signed above the wrong names. did this happen anywhere else? coming from a HUGE SK collector i'm real curious. if anyone has any insight get back to me at timmaxfield@hotmail.com