By Herbert Coleman
Nobody is aware Hollywood larger than the boys and girls behind the curtain, the administrators and manufacturers who flip traditional humans into heroes of the massive monitor by means of the lighting fixtures, digital camera, and motion of all of it. Who greater to inform part of Hollywood's enduring story than Herbert Coleman, a script manager, moment unit director, director, and manufacturer, who used to be energetic in Hollywood from 1926 via 1988. His memoir, starting within the yr 1916, offers bright graphics of the numerous celebrated motion picture notables that he labored with comparable to Gary Cooper, Bing Crosby, Cecil B. DeMille, Alan Ladd, Steve McQueen, Erich von Stroheim, and Billy Wilder. He recounts the making of recognized productions like Carrie, 5 Graves to Cairo, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and Roman vacation. in particular, he discusses for the 1st time his lengthy operating dating with Alfred Hitchcock, supplying clean insights into the making of Rear Window, the difficulty with Harry, Vertigo, North via Northwest and others. He additionally recounts many tales approximately Hollywood_stories that might were misplaced have been it no longer for this publication. not just a ancient list of numerous very important and dynamic sessions in Hollywood, this autobiography finds new information regarding Hitchcock and different mythical motion picture stars. For movie scholars and picture buffs, humans drawn to Hollywood, and Hitchcock fanatics. Illustrated with images.
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I managed to get the car turned around after an hour of shoveling snow. I was almost as scared going down the grade as Johnson had been coming up. Gary Cooper was one of the first to welcome us back to camp when we drove in. I never saw Coop drink alcohol, but he was so happy to see us, if I'd had a bottle right then, I think he'd have lifted a glass with us. When it wasn't snowing, we worked long hours, night and day, trying to make up the lost days. There were fourteen drivers, and we all lived in one great big tent.
I told her how much help she had been since I arrived from Florida. I left the court and went for a walk to sort things out. I was surprised that I’d accepted Mrs. Mayberry’s news so calmly. It was easy to see I had to call all the people I’d written to, and if there were no positive responses, I’d find a way to get back to Bluefield. Mayberry was climbing down from his Model T as I returned to the court. He stuck out his hand in a friendly greeting. 00 selling ads for a newspaper in Long Beach and wanted me to have half of it.
I’ve heard stories about Coop being madly in love with Lupe, that he moved in with her and would have married her but for his parents’ dislike of Lupe’s lifestyle. There were also stories about Coop’s ”love affair” with Clara Bow. Well, none of us ever saw him around there. Besides, Clara had too many others joining her binges. Her favorite at the time was a young director, Eddie Sutherland. There‘ve been too many lazy biographers writing about Coop’s supposed love affairs. But the girls couldn’t compete with his love for hunting and fishing in the high country.