Anthony Mann: The Film Career
McFarland, 21 oct. 2009 - 304 pages
This detailed study of the career of Anthony Mann argues Mann’s prominence and influence alongside contemporaries like John Ford. Mann (1906–1967), who was active in Hollywood and Europe, directed or produced more than 40 films, including The Fall of the Roman Empire and God’s Little Acre. Best known for his work in the film noir and western genres and his films starring Jimmy Stewart, Mann later moved into Cold War and epic films. The book features a filmography and 49 photographs.
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