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Indecent Exposure e-book

Author:

David McClintick

Language:

English

Category:

Business

Subcategory:

Economics

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1867 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Dell (July 1, 1983)

ISBN:

0440140072

Indecent Exposure e-book

by David McClintick


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Recounts the scandal at Columbia Pictures that began with the studio president David Begelman's forgery of a ten thousand dollar check.

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Finally Robertson was given a part in a film called Brainstorm, which proved to be Natalie Wood's last film before she drowned. torm for MGM and David Begelman-a fact that Begelman did not allow to go unnoticed. Subsequently Robertson made a picture for Bob Fosse and another for Marty Ransohoff. Although gratified to be working again, Robertson was privately humiliated by the fact that he was being paid less than in the past. He also was embittered by a lack of success in raising money to finance.

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The incident was the tip of the iceberg, the first hint of a scandal that shook Hollywood and rattled Wall Street.

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This book gives details of David Begelman the head man atColumbia Pictures getting caught forging Cliff . But perhaps the book is most valuable for its exposure of the top echelon of Hollywood - people with lots of money and no taste; people who know nothing whatever about movies.

This book gives details of David Begelman the head man atColumbia Pictures getting caught forging Cliff Robertson's nameon a check. I hope this book is reprinted soon.

Recounts the scandal at Columbia Pictures that began with the studio president David Begelman's forgery of a ten thousand dollar check
Yanki
I just finished this book, and Cliff Robertson is actually a very minor character. In fact, the subject of him being "blackballed" is barely mentioned. (It receives one paragraph in the Epilogue.) Robertson was the first person to suspect something was amiss at Columbia, but the book is actually about the power struggle between the President of Columbia, Alan Hirschfield, and the controlling interests of the shareholders, led primarily by Herbert Allen Jr. This is a long book, but it was so riveting that I found it difficult to put down. It is really well written, even if it does not paint any of the characters in a terribly sympathetic light. I can't help but think that if Hirschfield had shown more backbone in the beginning and stuck by his decision to fire the check-forger Begelman instead of caving in to Allen's demands, none of this epic battle would have happened.
Doukree
David Begelman would never have been exposed as the crook he was without the dogged, principled determination of Cliff Robertson to get to the bottom of corruption at the top levels of Hollywood. This excellent book documents Robertson's heroic efforts to get at the truth -- for which he was blackballed by the Hollywood establishment for years. Cliff once said to me: "Of all the things in my life I'm proud of -- if I'm proud at all -- it's not winning the best actor Oscar or Emmy; it's my part in bringing down that crook Begelman."

But perhaps the book is most valuable for its exposure of the top echelon of Hollywood -- people with lots of money and no taste; people who know nothing whatever about movies. And could care less. I hope this book is reprinted soon. It is timeless.

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