Hollywood in the Twenties
The 1920s saw filmmaking become an art, sophisticated and compledx, especially at the end, with the coming of sound. The role of the director became more and more importantwith each staggering technical advancement, especially the increasing use of the mobile camera, and sound itself. The writer's importance, too, increased. Robinson covers these topics and more, along with the stars of the decade.
Black and white illustrations.