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Hollywood's Golden Age, by Edward Dmytryk

Edward Dmytryk is the legendary director of such films as The Caine Mutiny, Raintree County and Murder, My Sweet.  He remembers the silent film days when theatre organists accompanied various on-screen scenes with everything from snatches of The William Tell Overture to “Hearts and Flowers.”  Starting with his first job as a film editor, he recalls the arrival of sound and the glory days of Hollywood’s big studios.  Anyone who enjoys films, current or classic, will find this a powerful memoir, lovingly written, that is a joy to read.​

Softcover, 6 x 9, 189 pgs.           

Hollywood's Golden Age, by Edward Dmytryk

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