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Step inside the Hollywood dream factory! If you love movies, you won't want to miss this fascinating and fact-filled chronicle of the first 50 years of Twentieth Century Fox. Hosted by James Coburn, this look back at the birth of a major Hollywood movie studio is packed with 129 minutes worth of clips from over 120 films, revealing interviews, archival footage and fascinating film outtakes. You'll witness the boom times and the hard times. The unforgettable stars and stories. The trend-setting innovations and behind-the-scenes moments. They're here to enjoy as Shirley Temple, Tyrone Power, Betty Grable, Henry Fonda, Marilyn Monroe and more great stars shine...as beloved classics (The Grapes of Wrath, Miracle on 34th Street), musicals (The Sound of Music, Oklahoma!) and little gems (Charlie Chan at the Opera) shape legends and lore...as studio chief Darryl F. Zanuck builds an unforgettable Hollywood dream factory. They're all here. For a movie fan, they're all a dream come true.
Good history. People should stay in touch with film history and this was a good way to do it.
20th Century Fox was and still is a good story.
Again you need time on your hands to get through this treasure of information, in doing so you will so enjoy it.Published 13 months ago by Mrs. Barbara J. Petersen
This is a fascinating bio of one of America's most fascinating founding fathers. Franklin was extremely talented and a diplomat "par excellence". Read morePublished 23 months ago by William Noce
This DVD shows some of the great movies from the Fox Studios over the years. It's a great way for younger (students people to learn of the great movies put out by this studio. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by Graham V. Rushton
GREAT DOCUMENTARY THE DVD BOX SAYS WIDESCREEN 1:85:1 ITS NOT ITS FULLSCREEN 1:33:1Published on May 11, 2011 by uglybettyfan
I haven't seen this DVD, but I can say Fox made some good films during their heyday.
I will say one thing however: in the 40's Fox had the BEST Technicolor, better even than... Read more
Very entertaining documentary. Encourages one to check out some of the films examined in their entirety.Published on April 22, 2010 by Jerry Flo
This Fox Studio revue is one of the best...
They cover all of the vast collection of
production that Fox Studio turned out in
their first 50 years... Read more