Saturday, May 16, 2009

New Article, New Book

Another find from

Jeanine Basinger has written a review of a new book from Michael Sragow, a biography of Victor Fleming.

While mostly remembered as the director of such gems as The Wizard of Oz and given credit for Gone With the Wind, Fleming also got his start during the silent era, working on Intolerance and becoming a cameraman for Allan Dwan, shooting many of Douglas Fairbanks' films.

If anyone has read it, please let me know; I'd be interested to find out if the book glosses over his silent era work, concentrating more on his well-known films or if it goes in-depth.


Blogger Fabrice Lyczba: said...

thanks for the link ! (flycz at

June 9, 2009 at 1:29 AM  

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