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Janet Maslin, New York Times
“A fast, funny,, no-nonsense and graphic account of Paramount’s most dizzyingly high times. [Bart] may have been a studio executive, but he started out reporting. He’s a sharp-eyed reporter still.”
A pretty good job by a one-time insider careful not to tell too much.Published 2 months ago by Banjo
First of all, it's a real page turner. I'll give it that. Movie moguls, stars, sex, money & power. All told by an insider. And maybe told a little more than you wanted to know.Published 3 months ago by Benedict
Enjoyed - very much - knew many of the players mentioned in the book - didn't know about some of their problems mentioned.Published 3 months ago by Roi W. Brown
This book will have limited appeal to the general masses. Unless you are a movie buff or want to revisit the late 60's/early '70's movies you probably won't care much for it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Itsthetruth
I like all of Peter Bart's books. They give you an insight on how the Hollywood we know was built. If you like Bob Evans' bio, then this book will be the other side of the coin... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jimi Bool
This is an ok story written about the late 60's and early 70's at Paramount Pictures.
What annoyed me, and does so often with these sorts of books, is the author writing... Read more
Amazon emailed asking would I care to review this, a 'recent purchase' I get shed-loads of books from Amazon god bless 'em but they've never asked me for a review before & as I do... Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by jeananne crowley
I didn't enjoy reading this book at all. It pretends to lay out all the dirt associated with the movies, etc. Read morePublished on August 7, 2012 by truethat