The Columbia Story

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Crown, 1990 - Cinema - 400 pages
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"The Columbia story is a remarkable one-- not just because of the studio's development from truly humble beginnings into a mighty corporate giant, but also because much of it's success was due to the personality and talent-spotting genius of one man: Harry Cohn, it's president for over 30 years. This book is as much a tribute to him as it it to the great catalog of enduring movies made under his all-pervasive guidance."--publisher description.

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Contents

Preface
6
The Early Years
16
The Columbia Story Continued
351

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About the author (1990)

Hirschhorn was the film and theatre critic for the Sunday Express and now works on a freelance basis for various publications.

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