A new pot of gold: Hollywood under the electronic rainbow, 1980-1989
C. Scribner's, 2000 - Performing Arts - 564 pages
In the decade of Spielberg and Lucas and "pre-sold" sequels, Hollywood learned to adapt to video, pay-per-view and cable television. Moviegoers no longer had to go to the movies. Volume 10 of this acclaimed series chronicles the biggest transformation since the late 1940s in the way Hollywood did business.
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