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The full-length, definitive biography of the legendary director of Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz.

Victor Fleming was the most sought-after director in Hollywood’s golden age, renowned for his ability to make films across an astounding range of genres–westerns, earthy sexual dramas, family entertainment, screwball comedies, buddy pictures, romances, and adventures. Fleming is remembered for the two most iconic movies of the period, Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz, but the more than forty films he directed also included classics like Red Dust, Test Pilot, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Captains Courageous. Paradoxically, his talent for knowing how to make the necessary film at the right time, rather than remaking the same movie in different guises, has resulted in Victor Fleming’s relative obscurity in our time.

Michael Sragow restores the director to the pantheon of our greatest filmmakers and fills a gaping hole in Hollywood history with this vibrant portrait of a man at the center of the most exciting era in American filmmaking. The actors Fleming directed wanted to be him (Fleming created enduring screen personas for Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, and Gary Cooper), and his actresses wanted to be with him (Ingrid Bergman, Clara Bow, and Norma Shearer were among his many lovers).

Victor Fleming not only places the director back in the spotlight, but also gives us the story of a man whose extraordinary personal style was as thrilling, varied, and passionate as the stories he brought to the screen.

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""Victor Fleming strides through Michael Sragow's eponymous biography with the panache of Rhett Butler -- and no wonder, since the director helped forge Clark Gable's onscreen persona with Red Dust and Test Pilot years before they reunited for Gone With the Wind." -- Wendy Smith, Los Angeles Times, reviewing a previous edition or volume

"Michael Sragow's Victor Fleming is certainly among the best film director biographies ever published. Mr. Sragow captures the man, a life and an era that is, as the title of Fleming's most famous film put it, 'gone with the wind.'" -- Peter Bogdanovich, Wall Street Journal, reviewing a previous edition or volume

"Victor Fleming strides through Michael Sragow's eponymous biography with the panache of Rhett Butler -- and no wonder, since the director helped forge Clark Gable's onscreen persona with "Red Dust" and "Test Pilot" years before they reunited for "Gone With the Wind."" -- Wendy Smith, " "Los Angeles Times"," reviewing a previous edition or volume

"Not only persuasive in its argument that Victor Fleming was one of the unsung titans of his era, [this book] also makes for a fascinating case study in how power was acquired, wielded, and lost during the 1930s and '40s.... For readers with a limited knowledge of the movie industry, its transition from silent to talkies, and the rise of the big studio picture, Sragow's thorough scene-setting could double as a cinematic history lesson -- illuminating the many famous lives that Fleming touched (and helped to shape) and the ways in which sets, casts, contracts, and careers worked during Hollywood's grand glory days." -- S. James Snyder, " "Time"," reviewing a previous edition or volume

"Sragow is immensely attentive to Fleming's films, and he traces in detail the fortunes of all the people connected to them, but his book is held together by what can only be called the romance of movie-making in the studio era -- the large, free, hard-drinking life that the men (but rarely the women) enjoyed when movies were still made quickly and relatively cheaply, craft was spoken of with respect, and art was barely mentioned." -- David Denby, " "New Yorker"," reviewing a previous edition or volume

"Michael Sragow's "Victor Fleming" is certainly among the best film director biographies ever published. Mr. Sragow captures the man, a life and an era that is, as the title of Fleming's most famous film put it, 'gone with the wind.'" -- Peter Bogdanovich, " "Wall Street Journal"," reviewing a previous edition or volume

"Winner of The Marfield Prize given annually by the Arts Club of Washington" --

"Winner of The Marfield Prize given annually by the Arts Club of Washington" --



"Victor Fleming strides through Michael Sragow's eponymous biography with the panache of Rhett Butler -- and no wonder, since the director helped forge Clark Gable's onscreen persona with Red Dust and Test Pilot years before they reunited for Gone With the Wind." -- Wendy Smith, Los Angeles Times, reviewing a previous edition or volume



"Not only persuasive in its argument that Victor Fleming was one of the unsung titans of his era, [this book] also makes for a fascinating case study in how power was acquired, wielded, and lost during the 1930s and '40s.... For readers with a limited knowledge of the movie industry, its transition from silent to talkies, and the rise of the big studio picture, Sragow's thorough scene-setting could double as a cinematic history lesson -- illuminating the many famous lives that Fleming touched (and helped to shape) and the ways in which sets, casts, contracts, and careers worked during Hollywood's grand glory days." -- S. James Snyder, Time, reviewing a previous edition or volume



"Sragow is immensely attentive to Fleming's films, and he traces in detail the fortunes of all the people connected to them, but his book is held together by what can only be called the romance of movie-making in the studio era -- the large, free, hard-drinking life that the men (but rarely the women) enjoyed when movies were still made quickly and relatively cheaply, craft was spoken of with respect, and art was barely mentioned." -- David Denby, New Yorker, reviewing a previous edition or volume



"Michael Sragow's Victor Fleming is certainly among the best film director biographies ever published. Mr. Sragow captures the man, a life and an era that is, as the title of Fleming's most famous film put it, 'gone with the wind.'" -- Peter Bogdanovich, Wall Street Journal, reviewing a previous edition or volume



-Winner of The Marfield Prize given annually by the Arts Club of Washington- --



-Victor Fleming strides through Michael Sragow's eponymous biography with the panache of Rhett Butler -- and no wonder, since the director helped forge Clark Gable's onscreen persona with Red Dust and Test Pilot years before they reunited for Gone With the Wind.- -- Wendy Smith, Los Angeles Times, reviewing a previous edition or volume



-Not only persuasive in its argument that Victor Fleming was one of the unsung titans of his era, [this book] also makes for a fascinating case study in how power was acquired, wielded, and lost during the 1930s and '40s.... For readers with a limited knowledge of the movie industry, its transition from silent to talkies, and the rise of the big studio picture, Sragow's thorough scene-setting could double as a cinematic history lesson -- illuminating the many famous lives that Fleming touched (and helped to shape) and the ways in which sets, casts, contracts, and careers worked during Hollywood's grand glory days.- -- S. James Snyder, Time, reviewing a previous edition or volume



-Sragow is immensely attentive to Fleming's films, and he traces in detail the fortunes of all the people connected to them, but his book is held together by what can only be called the romance of movie-making in the studio era -- the large, free, hard-drinking life that the men (but rarely the women) enjoyed when movies were still made quickly and relatively cheaply, craft was spoken of with respect, and art was barely mentioned.- -- David Denby, New Yorker, reviewing a previous edition or volume



-Michael Sragow's Victor Fleming is certainly among the best film director biographies ever published. Mr. Sragow captures the man, a life and an era that is, as the title of Fleming's most famous film put it, 'gone with the wind.'- -- Peter Bogdanovich, Wall Street Journal, reviewing a previous edition or volume

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  • ハードカバー: 656ページ
  • 出版社: Pantheon (2008/12/9)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0375407480
  • ISBN-13: 978-0375407482
  • 発売日: 2008/12/9
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 16.2 x 4.5 x 24.1 cm
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