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Asterix at the Olympic Games - The film
The book of the film



Asterix at the Olympic Games - The film As far as our druids can remember, this is a major publishing first: Les Editions Albert René and Orion Books are pleased to present to you their very first album devoted to a "flesh and bone" cinematic adaptation of an Asterix adventure.

And to celebrate the release on screens worldwide of the film of the year 2008 A.D., the Gaulish folk from the Asterix village, masters of organizing great banquets if ever there were, have spared no expense: no fewer than 64 lavishly illustrated pages are on the menu for this book of the Asterix at the Olympic Games film, thanks to which you will enjoy the making of the film and relive the cinematic experience as you rediscover all the most memorable jokes and dialogues.

As an added bonus, eight exclusive pages disclose all the secret goings on behind the scenes that the greatest names in cinema can still remember: discover unseen sketches and stills of the stadium and its set under construction, the costumes being made, preparations for the chariot race, etc.

The great man Julius Caesar recognized it himself: after having examined this work destined to take its place in all good libraries, he exclaimed "Ave me!" with great satisfaction…



Discover The book of the film Asterix at the Olympic Games

From all four corners of the known world, delegations of the most diverse peoples came to Olympia to take part under the aegis of the Gods in the Olympic Games. It's therefore only natural that the Asterix at the Olympic Games book of the film be translated over time in numerous countries. Discover - exclusively on this page - the different international versions of the Asterix at the Olympic Games book of the film as they appear!

Czech
Czech
English
English
French
French
German
German
Greek
Greek
Spanish
Spanish

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