EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas


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    EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas It was an obituary of 111 year old Frederica Sagor Maasthat led me to this book just three weeks ago I had no idea this intriguing and so 20th Century woman had existed Her memoir is a fascinating reminiscence of a roller coaster career as a reader editor and screen writer in Hollywood from the Twenties through

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas I came across this book a few years ago when I learned that the author a next door neighbor of my great great grandparents 1908 11 was still living at 102 They are featured on pg 6 I phoned her and had a wonderful conversation She ha

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas I was hoping this book would be better with interesting info about moviemaking in the 1920's and what writing screenplays for the silent screen entailed but it turned out to be of a pity party for Mrs Maas Hollywood or at least many folks who have worked in the motion picture business over the years has always done terrible things to peopl

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    Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood Frederica Sagor Maas · 6 characters Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Frederica Sagor Maas The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood is the story of Frederica Sagor Maas’s experiences as a young woman trying to break into a career as a screen writer in silent movie era Hollywood Born in 1900 she began writing scripts for silent movies in New York went west to California in 1924 and continued in that dog eat dog envir

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas A one of a kind glimpse of early Hollywood from the perspective of a top female screenwriter from the glory years of silent pictures Maas got her start in the late 1910s in New York then found success in California through w

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    Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Frederica Sagor Maas Like a lot of people I'm fascinated by early Hollywood I'd wanted to read an account of it by someone who was there and who could discuss it without a starry eyed approach or the reverse a melodramatic treatment a la Kenneth Anger's fun but often inaccurate HOLLYWOOD BABYLON bookssomeone like former scriptwriter Frederica Sagor Maas who is s

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Frederica Sagor Maas Frederica Sagor Maas · 6 characters Great book about a successful screenwriter during the Silent age of the films Miss Sagor’s candor in sharing her stories is so refreshing She doesn’t drop names but mentions famous players of the time and how she interacted with them It was nice to read about the early days of films and not just as stepping stone to the talkies

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    Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas Frederica Sagor Maas · 6 characters Great book about a successful screenwriter during the Silent age of the movies Miss Sagor’s candor in sharing her stories is so refreshing She doesn’t drop names but mentions famous players of the time and how she interacted with

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    Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Frederica Sagor Maas Frederica Sagor Maas · 6 characters Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood Sorry but this writer perpetuates a lot of unfounded rumors and outright lies She's an unreliably narrator if ever there was one

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood) ´ Frederica Sagor Maas This book is worth reading for fans of early Hollywood It has a lot of details about being a writer in the industry and about being a woman when women in the workplace were a rarity Maas never had tremendous success; her name is not a household name But she worked during a very exciting time and she fell deeply in love with a man she worked with This is the most entertaining part of the book the details about her relationship wi

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The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood

Free read The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood Ios In the years to come she worked with and befriended numerous actors and directors including Norma Shearer Joan Crawford and Eric von Stroheim as well as such writers and producers as Thomas Mann and Louis B Mayer As a professional screenwriter Fredderica uickly learned that scripts and story ideas were freuently rewritten and that screen credit was regularly given to the wrong person Studio executives wanted well worn plots but it was the writer's job to d. Like a lot of people I m fascinated by early Hollywood I d wanted to read an account of it by someone who was there and who could discuss it without a starry eyed approach or the reverse a melodramatic treatment a la Kenneth Anger s fun but often inaccurate HOLLYWOOD BABYLON bookssomeone like former scriptwriter Frederica Sagor Maas who is still alive as of today at 108 The title THE SHOCKING MISS PILGRIM refers to a film she wrote starring Betty Grable which typically was drastically changed for the worse from her original concept Maas the NY born daughter of Russian immigrants started at Universal s NYC headuarters in the silent days moved to Hollywood and found work at MGM and finally left the business after becoming too disillusioned with Hollywood ways Great account of an independent minded woman dealing with the movie world told mostly without bitterness and with humor and compassion Maas knew Joan Crawford when she was still Lucille LeSueur and met Fatty Arbuckle on his way down but her own story is as interesting as any of her tales about famous film world personalities I wonder though why she supported FDR for a 4th term but objected to the government locking up Japanese Americans after Pearl Harbor didn t it occur to her who was in charge of the government at the time

Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood

Free read The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood Evelop the innovative situations and scintillating dialogue that would bring to picture to life For over twenty years Freddie and her friends struggled to survive in this incredibly competitive environment Through it all Freddie remained a passionate outspoken woman in an industry run by powerful men and her provocative nonconformist ways brought her success failure wisdom and a wealth of stories opinions and insight into a fascinating period in screen history. Great book about a successful screenwriter during the Silent age of the movies Miss Sagor s candor in sharing her stories is so refreshing She doesn t drop names but mentions famous players of the time and how she interacted with them It was nice to read about the early days of films and not just as stepping stone to the talkies If you enjoy Hollywood stories this book is for you

Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Frederica Sagor Maas

Free read The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Summary The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood Freddie Maas's revealing memoir offers a uniue perspective on the film industry and Hollywood culture in their early days and illuminates the plight of Hollywood writers working within the studio system An ambitious twenty three year old Maas moved to Hollywood and launched her own writing career by drafting a screenplay of the bestselling novel The Plastic Age for It girl Clara Bow On the basis of that script she landed a staff position at powerhouse MGM stud. I was hoping this book would be better with interesting info about moviemaking in the 1920 s and what writing screenplays for the silent screen entailed but it turned out to be of a pity party for Mrs Maas Hollywood or at least many folks who have worked in the motion picture business over the years has always done terrible things to people including ripping them off co opting their ideas and taking the credit and firing people on the merest whim Frederika and Ernest Maas s treatment was not uniue But I got the feeling in reading this book that Mrs Maas always felt that she was a special person destined for great things and maybe just a little bit better and smarter than everyone else She dismisses her older sisters all teachers as mere schoolmarms and when she gets an early break as an assitant to the story editor at Universal she mentions that her family were impressed with my job and recognized that it was both unusual and important I think she really needed to believe that She actually did have some creative success early in her career and there s no real knowing why it all fell apart It probably didn t help that she seemed to think success was owed to her on account of her being so inherently wonderful Success in the film business is not only about talent it s also about making connections impressing people and not burning bridges Also if you re a writer it helps to have an agent which apparently neither she nor her husband ever had until right at the end of their careersThe other aspect of this book I wasn t thrilled with were the gossipy tidbits she offers throughout As far as I can tell from the brief research I ve done many of these seem to be untrue or unverifiable She mentions a rumor about Marion Davies and William Randolph Hearst having twin sons spotting an unknown Clark Gable on some film lot in the mid 20 s so how would she have known who he was or that the encounter was worth remembering and other assorted usually mean spirited mentions of people famous and not so Every story seems designed to show herself in the best light I do wish I could have liked Frederika Sagor Maas and her story better than I did If I could go back in time 1920 s Los Angeles is one of the places I d like to visit 奔馬 uniue perspective on the film industry and Hollywood culture in their early days and illuminates the plight of Hollywood writers working within the studio system An ambitious twenty three year old Maas moved to Hollywood and launched her own writing career by drafting a screenplay of the bestselling novel The Plastic Age for It girl Clara Bow On the basis of that script she landed a staff position at powerhouse MGM stud. I was hoping this book would be better with interesting info about moviemaking in the 1920 s and what writing screenplays for the silent screen entailed but it turned out to be of a pity party for Mrs Maas Hollywood or at least many folks who have worked in the motion picture business over the years has always done terrible things to people including ripping them off co opting their ideas and taking the credit and firing people on the merest whim Frederika and Ernest Maas s treatment was not Last to Die uniue But I got the feeling in reading this book that Mrs Maas always felt that she was a special person destined for great things and maybe just a little bit better and smarter than everyone else She dismisses her older sisters all teachers as mere schoolmarms and when she gets an early break as an assitant to the story editor at Universal she mentions that her family were impressed with my job and recognized that it was both Night Moves unusual and important I think she really needed to believe that She actually did have some creative success early in her career and there s no real knowing why it all fell apart It probably didn t help that she seemed to think success was owed to her on account of her being so inherently wonderful Success in the film business is not only about talent it s also about making connections impressing people and not burning bridges Also if you re a writer it helps to have an agent which apparently neither she nor her husband ever had Dark Tide Rising William Monk #24 until right at the end of their careersThe other aspect of this book I wasn t thrilled with were the gossipy tidbits she offers throughout As far as I can tell from the brief research I ve done many of these seem to be Bridge of Clay untrue or Gargoyles of Gaylord Michigan Chillers unverifiable She mentions a rumor about Marion Davies and William Randolph Hearst having twin sons spotting an Yellow Brick War unknown Clark Gable on some film lot in the mid 20 s so how would she have known who he was or that the encounter was worth remembering and other assorted The Complete Excuses Handbook The Definitive Guide to Avoiding Blame and Shirking Responsibility for All Your Own Miserable Failings and Sloppy Mistakes usually mean spirited mentions of people famous and not so Every story seems designed to show herself in the best light I do wish I could have liked Frederika Sagor Maas and her story better than I did If I could go back in time 1920 s Los Angeles is one of the places I d like to visit

  • Hardcover
  • 272
  • The Shocking Miss Pilgrim A Writer in Early Hollywood
  • Frederica Sagor Maas
  • English
  • 19 January 2019
  • 9780813121222