Fast Fade: David Puttnam, Columbia Pictures, and the Battle for Hollywood

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Delacorte Press, 1989 - Performing Arts - 376 pages
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Chronicles the short-lived reign of David Puttnam as CEO for Columbia Pictures, exploring the battles that ensued between Puttnam and those for whom he worked, and the machinations that led to his departure

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Fast fade: David Puttnam, Columbia Pictures, and the battle for Hollywood

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Englishman Puttnam produced such films as Chariots of Fire and The Killing Fields before being selected as Columbia's chief executive officer. When he departed after only a year, it seemed that the ... Read full review


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