By Lillian Ross
(Da Capo Press, Paperback, 9780306811289, 288pp.)

Publication Date: June 2002

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The fiftieth-anniversary edition of the classic account of Hollywood's inner workings--voted one of the century's top 100 journalistic works and called by Hemingway "much better than most novels"

About the Author

Lillian Ross, long a staff writer at The New Yorker, is the author of eleven books, including Portrait of Hemingway, Vertical and Horizontal, Reporting, The Player, and the forthcoming Reporting Back: Notes on Journalism. She lives in New York City.

Thursday, Mar 17, 2011

When it comes to Hollywood films, the drama behind the scenes is often juicier than the plots on screen. Author Rebecca Chace suggests three books that will take you inside the most brilliant � and the most disastrous film � projects in Hollywood. More at NPR.org

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