The creative producer
For twenty-five years, David Lewis (1903-1987) was an associate film producer at a time when a major studio produced an average of a film a week. In this remarkable book, David Lewis describes his development as a creative producer and his contributions to such classics as Camille, Dark Victory, and Raintree County.
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