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Still, this book is very well done, easy to read and solidly researched.
Then, in 1967 Dr. Doolittle competed with In the Heat of the Night, The Graduate, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner and Bonnie and Clyde for Best Picture.
I would love to see the author expand on this in another book that might take on the best movies of the decade.
At 496 pages, this may seem like a daunting read. However, the style of writing makes it easy for those folks who generally don't read to get into. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Friday
I generally don't care for large tomes that hope to explain Hollywood's workings to the general reader--they are often so full of star struck gossip as to be difficult to get... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Babyboom Review
If you are a "movie addict," this book will intrigue you. The year is 1968 and the nominess for an Academy Award for best picture is up for grabs. Read morePublished 14 months ago by jim
The text is fascinating. While the reader does a decent job of reading, his pronunciation of common words and names is atrocious! Read morePublished 24 months ago by G. Greenblatt
I bought this book as a gift. My boyfriend enjoyed it! I was glad I got it at a great deal.Published 24 months ago by drwends
I can't remember the last time I enjoyed a piece of non fiction so much. It reads like a novel, but a novel where I had a small part in the plot. Read morePublished on June 23, 2011 by TomEnroute
This is one of the better books of non-fiction I read this year. Harris captures all the intricacies of film-making to show 1) how difficult it is to get a project going and 2) how... Read morePublished on May 30, 2011 by J. Smallridge
I loved this book. As a film buff and filmmaker, I've read a lot of film history. But this book is so well written, accessible yet complex, that i could barely put it down.Published on March 7, 2011 by Eve Goldberg
The book's premise is that 1967 was a watershed year for film in which two movies in particular, Bonnie and Clyde and The Graduate were the vanguard of a revolution in Hollywood... Read morePublished on April 1, 2010 by Middle-aged Professor