Hollywood East: Louis B. Mayer and the Origins of the Studio System
One of the most respected--and feared--men in Hollywood, Louis B. Mayer rose from pioneering film distributor to all-powerful studio head, personally responsible for thousands of careers. With flair and style, Diana Altman traces the development of Mayer the mogul and his contemporaries, delving into the rise of the studio system. Photographs.
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ONE Louie Jumps In
TWO The Feature Craze
THREE America Goes MultiReel
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