Great American Film Directors in Photographs
Fascinating gallery of portraits — most of them "work shots" taken on the set for promotional purposes — presents top American movie directors (1903-82) in some 200 striking photographs. Here are Griffith, De Mille, Disney, Hitchcock, Spielberg, and all the greats in between. Preface. Captions. Index of Persons.
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