The Glass Inferno - Thomas N. Scortia Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340207469 / Author: Thomas N. Scortia / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
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Thomas N. Scortia The Glass Inferno
Pages: 374, Edition: Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Doubleday
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by - written on 23/02/07 (Very useful, 247 readings)
During the 1970s there was a huge rise in the popularity of the disaster movie. Films like ‘The Poseidon Adventure’ and ‘Earthquake’ were able to draw a host of big name stars to kill off one by one. Perhaps the most famous of these movies was ‘The Towering Inferno’ that brought together two of the most notable leading men of all time in Paul Newman and Steve McQueen. Famously this was a turbulent shoot as both men struggled to get their names first on the posters and even had McQueen demanding the same number of lines (that’s why he says a lot of gibberish in the film). The reason that having two leads was possible came about because the film took parts from two ... Read the complete review
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