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JAWS – The Making of a Best Seller – NYT Magazine April 1974

Another great article on from PeterBenchley.com, The Making of a Best Seller from the April 21, 1974 issue of the New York Times Magazine.  This and more great content can be found on the new PeterBenchley.com website, recently released by Peter’s widow Wendy.

Check out the article here:

http://peterbenchley.com/sites/default/files/article-flipbooks/NYTimesMag_April1974/index.html

JAWS – Peter Benchley in People Magazine April 1974

More great stuff from PeterBenchley.com — an April 1974 article in People Magazine on Peter Benchley’s third novel JAWS.

Peter Benchley’s widow Wendy has recently released a lot of great content that JAWS fans will love.  Rare interviews and photos can be found on the site.

You can check it out here:

http://peterbenchley.com/sites/default/files/article-flipbooks/PEOPLE_Mag_April1974_Whale_of_a_Movie/index.html#/2/

Very Rare JAWS Interviews from 1974 – Benchley Interviews Spielberg and Shaw

 

Recently released by Peter Benchley’s widow Wendy on the new PeterBenchley.com website, this RARE video features Peter interviewing JAWS producers David Brown and Richard Zanuck, Steven Spielberg, and Robert Shaw.  Shaw is wearing a yellow JAWS t-shirt for his interview, backed by 70s porn music.

Highlights of the Peter Benchley Collection at BU

Long-time Forum regular Dana Goudreault visited the Gottlieb Research Center at Boston University and got to check out the Peter Benchley Collection there. Dana went there with Jim Beller, webmaster of JAWScollector.com. Here’s some pictures of what they saw in the Benchley collection.

Dana said, “Here are a couple pics from the Peter Benchley collection at the Gottlieb Research Center at BU. Jim and I paid a visit yesterday and enjoyed ourselves for nearly four hours, browsing through the history of the making of JAWS in a way that transported you back to the good ol’ days like never before. I encourage anyone and everyone to contact the center and arrange a visit when you’re in the Greater Boston area.”

A special thanks to Dana and Jim for sharing these pictures!

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