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American Masters: Hitchcock, Selznick and the End of Hollywood (1998)

 

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  • made in 1998 (USA)
  • production company: American Masters
  • distribution company: Films Transit International and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
  • aspect ratio: 1.33:1
  • length: approx 86 minutes
  • documentary ID: 9531

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The documentary takes the fight between director Hitchcock and producer Selznick over the control of the films they're making and uses it as a symbol of the end of Hollywood, meaning that during their collaboration and after that, the power of the producer decreased on behalf of the director's, and 'great producing' as Selznick did on "Gone with the Wind" was gone with the wind. (IMDB)

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David Thomson

Father Gene Phillips

Paula Marantz Cohen

Al Hirschfeld

Norman Lloyd

Thomas Schatz

Leonard Leff

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