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|Name:||Oswald Morris; John Huston; Ronald Neame; Carol Reed; Oswald Morris|
Oswald Morris; Geoffrey Bull
|Beschreibung:||xxi, 276 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Inhalt:||Forewords by Sir Michael Caine, CBE & Sidney Lumet --
In others' words --
APPRENTICE & LEADER: --
Chapter 1: A crowded house --
Chapter 2: Delirium of the air: Wartime service in the RAF --
Chapter 3: A safe landing --
THE DIRECTORS: --
Chapter 4: I'll be behind you: Ronnie Neame, including Connie --
Chapter 5: How's my boy?: John Huston --
Chapter 6: Here's the thing: Sir Carol Reed, including Lee --
Chapter 7: The American connection: Sidney Lumet --
Chapter 8: In Clément weather: Rene Clement and Tony Richardson --
A FAREWELL TO SELZNICK: --
Chapter 9: The Os-DOS files: David O. Selznick --
HEADLINERS & BLOCKBUSTERS: --
Chapter 10: Marking time in Greece: The Guns of Navarone --
Chapter 11: Kubrick's secret world: Lolita --
Chapter 12: Behind the Iron Curtain: The Spy Who Came In From the Cold --
Chapter 13: The glittering Burtons: The Taming of the Shrew --
Chapter 14: 'Chips' with everything: Goodbye Mr. Chips --
Chapter 15: An Oscar for all seasons: Fiddler on the Roof --
Chapter 16: Piggy in the middle: The Jim Henson legacy.
|Serientitel:||Filmmakers series, no. 124.|
|Verfasserangabe:||Oswald Morris ; with Geoffrey Bull.|
"Morris photographed many of the top stars, and relates a fund of intimate anecdotes about them. He describes his early years in films during the era of the "quota-quickies," advancing from clapper boy through camera assistant to operator and then to director of photography. He has many stories to tell about the legendary producer David O. Selznick who battered him with his infamous memos throughout the making of Stazione Termini, Beat the Devil, and A Farewell to Arms. Additionally, Morris describes technical revelations about making films in the predigital era, including groundbreaking innovations and camera tricks.".
"Morris also writes about his early life and describes his Royal Air Force exploits in World War II, during which he won the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Force Cross. His personal accounts of death-defying sorties in bombers over enemy territory make thrilling reading."--BOOK JACKET.
This is a great read, written in a witty and 'can't put down' style...Congratulations to Ossie, Geoffrey Bull and all concerned for producing a fine book. Image Technology Here's a bit of good news.