An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood
An Empire Of Their Own: How The Jews Invented Hollywood ; Neal Gabler
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They had a lot of unhappy domestic lives, and most of them were ignored or confused by the commercial considerations that their husbands, fathers, and lovers applied to subordinates, producers, and actors.
This is a very good book to read if you want to understand the people who created the major Hollywood movie studios and the larger influence they went on to have on American culture in the mid twentieth century.
The delivery was great and the product is in great condition.
A book about each of the primary figures in Gablers narrative is probably written.
This is a great book to read if you want to learn about the history of immigrants and how they have turned a new area of commerce into the United States number one export.