Reminiscences of George Seaton : oral history, 1958.

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Seaton, George, 1911-1979. Reminiscences of George Seaton : oral history, 1958.

Reminiscences of George Seaton : oral history, 1958.

Experiences and impressions as junior writer for Irving Thalberg, 1933-1937; Metro Goldwyn Meyer in the 1930s; Marx Brothers' films; transition to directing; presidency of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, including project to restore the Library of Congress paper print collection; creative and economic situation of the independent producer. Reflections on writing, directing, camera technique, block booking, censorship.

Transcript: 46 leaves.

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