The True, Behind-the-Scenes Account of Filming The Great Gatsby by Bruce Bahrenburg

$ 12.00

Bruce Bahrenburg, 'The True, Behind-the-Scenes Account of Filming the Great Gatsby,' a Berkeley Medallion Book published by Berkeley Publishing Corporation, 1974. 

The True, Behind-the-Scenes Account of Filming The Great Gatsby is a 255 page paperback measuring 7" x 4 1/4".  There is a tiny closed tear to the front cover.  Inside, the pages are clean and unmarked, and the binding is tight.  The condition is very good.

Book Summary

The agonies and the ecstasies of moviemaking from the first fade-in to the final fade-out, the history behind the making of The Great Gatsby is as fascinating as the film itself revealed.  How Ali Macgraw captured the most prized part since Scarlett O'Hara--and why she lost it.  Why Truman Capote's script was never used--and the threats of a bitter lawsuit which followed.  The volatile and magnetic personalities of Robert Redford, Mia Farrow, David Merrick, Karen Black and other members of the cast and crew.  It's all here in this riveting account of the way the great novel of the twenties was turned into the great film of the seventies.  A startling blockbuster of a book!

ISBN:  425-02576-4