The War on Film Culture: Part 6: The Star Treatment (1910-1935)

Studio employees had little time or energy for social life except when they were not working, and in those circumstances they stuck as close as they could to other motion-picture people, hoping to find a new assignment. [...] After working together all day, players and directors often dined together, visited together.  For many performers, whose … Continue reading The War on Film Culture: Part 6: The Star Treatment (1910-1935)