The Forgotten Lies - Kerry Jamieson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141026049 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kerry Jamieson / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2011-11-24 by Penguin
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Kerry Jamieson The Forgotten Lies
Pages: 400, Paperback, Penguin
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by - written on 18/03/12, updated on 18/03/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I've been fascinated with the early history of Hollywood since I was a teenager. There's something ridiculously glamorous about the 1930s in particular probably due to the fact Hollywood knew it was their job to allow the masses enduring a depression a means of escape from drudge, poverty and fear. There are many rags to riches tales from that era with girls desperate for fame flocking to Hollywood "to be in the movies" with sadly only a scant few succeeding. The era was famous too for talent scouts approaching pretty girls with the suggestion they might make it in the industry and if the talent scount was honest a screen test may follow. If he ... Read the complete review
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