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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The detail in this book is amazing! I purchased both audio and hard-copy versions so ... 30 mai 2017
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The detail in this book is amazing! I purchased both audio and hard-copy versions so that I could glean and absorb all the information and nuances of the Hollywood studio system Mr. Mordden provides as he takes you through their heyday. NOT a quick read BUT a good and informative one.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good view of the Hollywood Studios in the 30's 40's and 50's 28 mars 2013
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I compare this book with the one "The Genius of the System". Both deal with the Hollywood Studio System during the glory days of the late 1920's through the 50's. But the approaches are very different. Both show why the different studios had their own style that caused their films to look and feel very different. The Genius of the System only selects 3 Studios (MGM, Warner & Universal) along with one independent - David O. Selznick. Also this book tells the story in more or less chronological order - moving from one to the other in sequence. Hollywood Studios addresses all the major and near major Studios. But it devotes a chapter to each one. It also mostly describes the product that the Studio put out - i.e. the films. The Genius of the System talks a lot more about the process of creating the product - including the financials. I consider both books to compliment the other one. In general I think the Genius of the System is a better book, but I like both.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 All about the studios 30 janvier 2016
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For anyone who wants to learn more about the hollywood golden era of movie making this book is great. Paramount was the preeminent studio in the 20s until MGM with its galaxy of stars surpassed it. WB was gritty, Fox was conservative, Columbia had the fewest big stars and RKO churned out some original titles. The independents like Selznick are also covered.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Literate and Informed Guide to What Movie Studios Used to Be 3 juin 2010
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In an era in which MGM musicals are released on Warner Home Video; in which Selznick International films are co-released by MGM and 20th Century-Fox Home Video; in which early Paramount films are owned by Universal -- and at a time when no one young really knows or cares about a studio identity, particularly when present-day movies are preceded by a stunning handful of corporate logos -- this is an invaluable guide to how the old movie studios had their own personalities and styles.

Mordden really defines the identities of the studios, even though his writing can be precious and sometimes irritating. As a boomer who was introduced to the 1950s films of 20th Century-Fox on NBC-TV's "Saturday Night at the Movies" in the 1960s, I became a rabid Fox fan. Yet Mordden opened my eyes to a whole new way of viewing the studio and its output. And I was caught off guard (and almost persuaded) by his preference for Paramount as the best studio of all.

Studios meant something, and the films we see largely on Turner Classic Movies are the products of those specific places and their crazy, charismatic leaders. Do we know or care who has produced or distributed "Twilight" or "Sex and the City 2"? We'll never see the likes of these studios again, and Mordden's book -- along with other key volumes -- will be an invaluable tool in remembering them.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Interesting Read 7 décembre 2016
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Really enjoyed this book! It's packed full of history and info about how the movie industry came into being.
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