The best account of American moviemaking in the age of conglomerate control of the studios.
"The best account of American moviemaking in the age of conglomerate control of the studios." — Pauline Kael, The New Yorker
"A landmark book on movies…must reading!" —Kirkus Reviews
"A compulsively readable account of adventures in the film trade. An intimate view of what goes on in the corridors of Hollywood power…distinguished by its awesome objectivity." —David Brown, The Zanuck Brown Co.
"Buffs will love this one…inside and fascinating looks at Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Peter Sellers, writer William Goldman, Dino De Laurentiis, Truman Capote, Martin Scorsese, et al." —Newsday
"A riveting, witty and essentially heartbreaking chronicle of a catastrophe…" —Peter Bogdanovich, director of The Last Picture Show
"One of the few indispensable books about Hollywood." —Jack Kroll, Newsweek