Fast Fade: David Puttnam, Columbia Pictures, and the Battle for Hollywood (Paperback)

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A definitive insider's account of the triumphs and tribulations of a legendary Hollywood film producer

"A great story about vision, tactics, egos, and filmmaking . . . a complicated portrait of a complicated man."--Louise Bernikow, Cosmopolitan

"Gripping on every page and awash with toweringly overblown celluloid giants in rapturous megalomania."--Kirkus Reviews

"A Hollywood book that is not only well-researched and well-reasoned, but fair and entertaining in the bargain."--Inside Books

"Joins the ranks of Final Cut and Indecent Exposure as a captivating glimpse of the Hollywood most people never see."--Palm Beach Post

"A fascinating study of power in the boardrooms, bedrooms, and such watering holes as Chasen's, Morton's, and Trump."--Riverside Press-Enterprise

"Yule pulls no punches, and neither do Puttnam's friends, in describing the film genius's considerable personal flaws."--The Orlando Sentinel

"Fast Fade is well-written . . . well-researched . . . and will appeal to all those curious about the recent history of the film industry."--Barron's Weekly
Product Details
ISBN: 9780385300063
ISBN-10: 0385300069
Publisher: Delta
Publication Date: December 1st, 1989
Pages: 404
Language: English