GONE HOLLYWOOD – By Christopher Finch and Linda Rosenkrantz (1979) PDF Download

 

GONE HOLLYWOOD – By Christopher Finch and Linda Rosenkrantz (1979) PDF Download

Here is a different kind of Hollywood book. Christopher Finch and Linda Rosenkrantz look behind the legends to discover what it was really like to live and work in the movie colony during the Golden Age of the studio system. Gone Hollywood is a book about moguls and mobsters, about parties and politics, barroom brawls and boardroom bargains. Never before has a book dealt so comprehensively with both the surface glitter and the often startling world that lay beneath it, a world that stretched from the stars dancing at the Mocambo to desperate extras living in shanties between jobs. Gone Hollywood looks at the way glamour was created and disseminated, how much the stars earned and how they spent it.

GONE HOLLYWOOD – By Christopher Finch and Linda Rosenkrantz – 1979

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