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A celebration of cinema from the year a year film critics and historians are virtually unanimous in considering the greatest in the history of motion pictures this work is the perfect combination of film history artistic appreciation historical insight and gossip Profiling of six of the greatest films of the year Gone with the Wind Stagecoach Mr Smith Goes to Washington The Hound of the Ba This book is a must read for any classic movie fan I thought I already knew a lot about some of these films but I learned much from this book I especially enjoyed the emphasis on the literary works on which these films were based Gloom Town greatest in the history of motion pictures this work is the perfect combination of film history artistic appreciation historical insight and uinze dias gossip Profiling of six of the Cheating for the Chicken Man greatest films of the year Gone with the Wind Stagecoach Mr Smith Goes to Washington The Hound of the Ba This book is a must read for any classic movie fan I thought I already knew a lot about some of these films but I learned much from this book I especially enjoyed the emphasis on the literary works on which these films were based

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1939 By Chuck F. Adams

And the later careers of the people who made the film with commentary on such legendary stars as Clark Gable Jimmy Stewart John Wayne and Judy Garland A must have book that no movie fan should miss this work captures s Hollywood an era which in spite of being crass commercial restrictive and freuently dysfunctional produced immensely enjoyable films that are still watched with pleasure today Fun look at behind the scenes making of 6 great films 1939 was an exceptional year for films If anything the author could have featured films from that year Something in the Wine The Moonstone Series great films 1939 was an exceptional year for films If anything the author could have featured films from that year

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Skervilles The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Wizard of Oz the book shows in detail how these stories came into being and how long they waited to find fame It also describes the behind the scenes story of each film how the stories were adapted to a film script the writers producers directors actors and technicians who made the film how the film was received by critics and the public Introduction is weak The back stories of the great films does deliver It moves fast Typefont makes one feel like they are reading a newspaper and hence lack the credibility feel of a serious book about this most amazing year in Hollywood cinema history Deciding to Be Christian great films does deliver It moves fast Typefont makes one feel like they are reading a newspaper and hence lack the credibility feel of a serious book about this most amazing year in Hollywood cinema history


7 thoughts on “1939 By Chuck F. Adams

  1. says:

    This book is a must read for any classic movie fan I thought I already knew a lot about some of these films but I learned much from this book I especially enjoyed the emphasis on the literary works on which these films were based

  2. says:

    Lots of read out loud stuff to share with anyone who happens to walk through the room Right from the Author's Note at the book's beginning I was hooked When I was twelve years old going to the movies was a Saturday afternoon ritual that my friends and I observed with an almost religious fervorHe not only tells about the making of the films but the making of the books as well Wow special features in a book I learned about the authors the boo

  3. says:

    2014 marked the 75th anniversary of 6 of the best movies produced in Hollywood Gone with the Wind Stagecoach Mr Smith Goes to Washington Hound of the Baskervilles Huck Finn and The Wizard of Oz This gives a brief biography of each film from the writing of the original stories and novels that inspired each to the making of the film and what the stars went on to do after One actor was in three of those Not all

  4. says:

    Introduction is weak The back stories of the great films does deliver It moves fast Typefont makes one feel like they are reading a newspaper and hence lack the credibility feel of a serious book about this most

  5. says:

    Fun look at behind the scenes making of 6 great films 1939 was an exceptional year for films If anything the author could have featured films from that year

  6. says:

    very cool I had no idea about some of the history of these movies and some are my all time faves

  7. says:

    I would love to read another book just like this either about other films out this year this only features 4 of the 10 films nominated for Best Picture or about films for any other year