Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory

Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory
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Publisher : Terrace Books
Total Pages : 364
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ISBN-10 : 0299197700
ISBN-13 : 9780299197704
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Book Synopsis Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory by : Matthew Kennedy

Download or read book Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory written by Matthew Kennedy and published by Terrace Books. This book was released on 2004 with total page 364 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: At the dawn of sound, he wrote the story for the Academy Award-winning musical The Broadway Melody and collaborated memorably with Gloria Swanson and Joseph Kennedy for The Trespasser. He excelled at anti-war drama (White Banners, The Dawn Patrol, We Are Not Alone), fantastic Bette Davis weepies (Dark Victory, The Old Maid, The Great Lie), lilting romantic dramas (The Constant Nymph, Claudia), big-budgeted literary adaptations (The Razor's Edge), and even film noir (Nightmare Alley).


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