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Author Phillips, Gene D.

Title Godfather : the intimate Francis Ford Coppola / Gene D. Phillips

Published Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, [2004]
©2004
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Description 1 online resource (xix, 380 pages) : illustrations
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Contents Collaborating with Coppola / Walter Murch -- Artist in an industry -- Part I: Hollywood immigrant -- 1. Point of departure: The early films and screenplays -- 2. Going Hollywood: You're a big boy now and Finian's rainbow -- 3. Nightmares at noon: The rain people and The conversation -- Part II: The mature moviemaker -- 4. In a savage land: The Godfather -- 5. Decline and fall: The Godfather part II and The Godfather part III -- 6. The unknown soldiers: Apocalypse now, Apocalypse now redux, and Gardens of stone -- Part III: Artist in an industry -- 7. Exiled in Eden: One from the heart -- 8. Growing pains: The outsiders and Rumble Fish -- 9. Night life: The cotton club -- Part IV: The vintage years -- 10. The past as present: Peggy Sue got married and "Rip Van Winkle" -- 11. The disenchanted: Tucker: The man and his dream and New York stories -- 12. Fright night: Bram stoker's dracula -- 13. The vanishing hero: The rainmaker and Jack -- The state of the artist in the industry today
Summary "Author Gene D. Phillips blends biography, studio history, and film criticism to provide the most comprehensive work available on Francis Ford Coppola. Phillips gained access to the reticent director and his colleagues and examined Coppola's private production journals and screenplays. He reviewed rare copies of Coppola's student films, his early excursions into soft-core pornography, and his less celebrated productions such as One from the Heart and Tucker: The Man and His Dream. Phillips also illuminates the details of the production history of the harrowing 238-day shoot of Apocalypse Now and explains how The Godfather was almost cast without the now iconic Marlon Brando."--Jacket
Bibliography Filmography: pages 353-365
Includes bibliographical references (pages 345-352) and index
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Subject Coppola, Francis Ford, 1939-
Genre/Form Biographie (Descripteur de forme)
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0813146712 (electronic bk.)
0813146720 (electronic bk.)
9780813146713 (electronic bk.)
9780813146720 (electronic bk.)