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Hollywood's golden age is revealed from a different angle by this collection of advertising art. It depicts the posters created for promotion within the industry during the 1930s and 1940s, rather than the ones shown in the cinemas. See Rita Hayworth as she was photographed by Gilda (1946), and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers caught mid-air for Follow the Fleet (1936). Garb Hollywood's golden age is revealed from a different angle by this collection of advertising art. It depicts the posters created for promotion within the industry during the 1930s and 1940s, rather than the ones shown in the cinemas. See Rita Hayworth as she was photographed by Gilda (1946), and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers caught mid-air for Follow the Fleet (1936). Garbo, Gable, Tracy, Hepburn, and dozens more are featured in full-page or double-page four-colour spreads.


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Hollywood's golden age is revealed from a different angle by this collection of advertising art. It depicts the posters created for promotion within the industry during the 1930s and 1940s, rather than the ones shown in the cinemas. See Rita Hayworth as she was photographed by Gilda (1946), and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers caught mid-air for Follow the Fleet (1936). Garb Hollywood's golden age is revealed from a different angle by this collection of advertising art. It depicts the posters created for promotion within the industry during the 1930s and 1940s, rather than the ones shown in the cinemas. See Rita Hayworth as she was photographed by Gilda (1946), and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers caught mid-air for Follow the Fleet (1936). Garbo, Gable, Tracy, Hepburn, and dozens more are featured in full-page or double-page four-colour spreads.

35 review for The Lost Artwork of Hollywood: Classic Images from Cinema's Golden Age

  1. 4 out of 5

    D.M.

    This was a great idea for a book, and showcases some wonderful forgotten (and not so) art from movie trades. Unfortunately, the scope could've been broadened (it only really covers 20s-40s, with a cursory -- artless -- glance at the decades following) and making the text smaller would've allowed for more ginchy art. Still, this is a good reference to pick up cheap or get for a gift, but full retail for it would feel like a ripoff. An improved edition is really a must. This was a great idea for a book, and showcases some wonderful forgotten (and not so) art from movie trades. Unfortunately, the scope could've been broadened (it only really covers 20s-40s, with a cursory -- artless -- glance at the decades following) and making the text smaller would've allowed for more ginchy art. Still, this is a good reference to pick up cheap or get for a gift, but full retail for it would feel like a ripoff. An improved edition is really a must.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    It's good. It has good pictures, though it is a heavy book to read/look at in bed. Was a Christmas present from my father. It's good. It has good pictures, though it is a heavy book to read/look at in bed. Was a Christmas present from my father.

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