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Singin' in the Rain: The Making of an American Masterpiece (Anglais) Broché – 30 mai 2009

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential for movie lovers of this film 12 mars 2013
Par Eric Mascarin Perigault - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Undoubtedly, the best musical in film history, this book tells the story of his realization since when Arthur Freed, the producer of the best musicals of MGM, called Comden and Green to write a movie with the music catalog of him and Nacio Herb Brown. Everything is here counted on production. There are a lot of data, all very interesting. Excellent.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great informative book, not enough photographs we haven't seen 11 mai 2014
Par Nellie Bly - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was expecting some colorful behind-the-scenes photos of sets and stars. Disappointed with that, but the text and writing fine.
Tremendous detail.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful movie, wonderful book! 4 août 2013
Par Amy Kirle Lezberg - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A readable, anecdotal but scholarly account of what went into the making of this most popular movie. You will never look at the film in exactly the same way again.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A five-star-plus musical deserves a better book 16 juillet 2009
Par Allen Smalling - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
SINGIN' IN THE RAIN: THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN MASTERPIECE was a disappointment to me. I had expected something along the lines of Aljean Harmetz's THE MAKING OF THE WIZARD OF OZ or Sam Staggs' ALL ABOUT ALL ABOUT EVE.

This appears to be the first book, or the first book aimed at a general readership, by the co-authors, a husband-and-wife team from Tennessee, and the cracks show. No particular effort seems to have gone into making the prose style entertaining or engrossing. That alone would be OK, but too much of this book consists of redundant or overlapping data about items that proceed from verifiable data, such as MGM's work schedule logs. In that, we hear how long such-and-such a scene or musical number took to film, but not what happened during the filming. What was the human side? We might hear recollections about how the troupe had to work overtime, but when did they "nail it" and get ahead of schedule (which the filming apparently was most of the time)? How did the various personalities interrelate? We hear that Gene Kelly was consistently mean to Debbie Reynolds, whom he considered a cute rookie (which at that time she was), but not about more harmonious interpersonal interactions, save some explanation of why the Gene Kelly - Stanley Donen (co-director) relationship worked well.

The last chapter of SINGIN' IN THE RAIN: THE MAKING consists not of narrative but of a list of (almost) every employee connected with the production. My advice would be to buy the deluxe two-disc set of the movie SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (MGM, 1951) and enjoy not only the film that so many call "the best musical" -- but also the extensive bonus material, much of it reminiscences taped (apparently) in the early 1990s when many of the principals were still alive. Kathleen Freeman ("Phoebe Dinsmore" the diction coach) is especially delightful, as are, as always, the writing team of Betty Comden and Adolph Green, who penned many, many scripts for MGM both before and after SINGIN', including ON THE TOWN, THE BAND WAGON and IT'S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER.

If after this deluxe treatment you still have questions unanswered, buy the book. But I think few people will consider it to be THE book, in hopes that a more reader-friendly and definitive volume comes along in the future.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Singin Still A Classic 9 décembre 2009
Par S. Main - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I purchased this book after reading the reviews on Amazon. Singin' In The Rain has always been one of my favourite movies and I saw this as a good chance to find out about the goings on behind the scenes. In the past 50 + years since its release there hasn't really been any Hollywood gossip associated with the making of this movie (no tantrums, diva acting or reports of enormous egos). This book gives a really good insight into the people involved in making this movie a reality. Not only does it provide you with a detailed account of the stars of the movie but it also provides an enormous amount of information regarding the people in the bankground (director/s, songwriters, set designers, costumers). My only criticism is that the book goes into some of the most minute details and it does tend to border on obsessive compulsive behaviour. That said, this book should be read not only by those who love the movie but by those who love filmaking in general. It's a wonderful account of a bygone era when movies were made purely to entertain. This book also does just that.
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