Camera secrets of Hollywood : simplified photography for the home picture maker (1931)

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with the Christie Brothers, pioneer Hollywood producers, as publicity and advertising director. From many years of observance 1 of studio methods he is qualified to write from the inside of movie-making. From his studio desk, he has noted carefully many points of movie- making which are set down in matter-of-fact terms in this book for the amateur ami home movie-maker. This Dog-gone Tale is Ended. 134