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|By Steven DeRosa
For admirers of the films of
this is an illuminating glimpse
working methods. The book traces
in the 1950s between the great
a young writer, John Michael
Hayes, who developed
the scripts for “Rear Window,”
a Thief,” “The Trouble with Harry,”
Man Who Knew Too Much.”
The author, a screenwriter and
traces how these two men worked
concept to completed picture.
It is an absorbing
look into the creative process.
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