Howard Hughes: Hell's Angel
Blood Moon Productions, Ltd., 2005 - 814 Seiten
Howard Hughes was America's first billionaire, a very secretive mogul whose collective scandals could never be published in his lifetime. Now, complied and written by the author of the senstational recent biographies of Katharine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart, comes a stormingly good read, loaded with never-before-published information. Compelling reading for social historians, movie fans and anyone who's ever been intrigued by American capitalism.
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Richly informative, brilliantly writtenNutzerbericht - Lucia - Borders
This is the best and most comprehensive overview of the movie industry during the 1930s I've ever read. It should be required reading for most of the film studies courses nationwide. Thanks to the author and to Blood Moon for a fabulous piece of scholarship. Vollständige Rezension lesen
Wow - Tabloid to the Max!Nutzerbericht - KatyBej - Borders
Fascinating! Couldn't put it down. How much of it to believe? Probably most, but if any of it true, it will certainly open your eyes to what went on in Hollywood during its heyday - lots of people ... Vollständige Rezension lesen