In a hot property with long-run potential, sometime press-agent Theodore Taylor tells all: who makes movies and how they are...

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PEOPLE WHO MAKE MOVIES

In a hot property with long-run potential, sometime press-agent Theodore Taylor tells all: who makes movies and how they are made. The lofty producer isn't too high, nor the (comparatively) ill-paid costumer too low, for his sophisticated pen; the often unsung--cameramen, unit production managers, assistant directors, film editors, publicists, and fringe services--get their credits in as bold a face as the glamorous musicians and stuntmen. Information with gossipy anecdote and spurts of the name game in Just enough HollywoodandVine-ese--a box office draw for the popcorn gallery, with substance and even history for the better-film buffs.

Pub Date: June 9, 1967

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1967