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Code of Honor: The Making of High Noon, Shane and The Searchers is the first book to provide a detailed history of the struggles and triumphs in the production of these three classic Amerian Western films. With access to the collections of directors Fred Zinnemann George Stevens and John Ford, author Michael F. Blake incorporates script drafts, memos, personal notes and daily production reports to explain how each film was made. Rare photos include behind the scenes shots, memorabilia.
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Michael F. Blake is the author of three definitive works on silent screen star Lon Chaney, which were the basis for a 2000 TCM documentary. He is also an award-winning makeup artist and lives in Studio City, CA.Review:
Code of Honor gives readers a lavishly illustrated insider's view of the twists and turns that arose during the making of these three Westerns. (Melissa Ragsdale Cowboys and Indians)
Much has been written about Western film, but Blake's focus and combination of passion and scholarship make this title truly unique. It should be a required purchase for academic libraries supporting film studies programs and is highly recommended for public libraries as well. (M.C. Duhig Library Journal)
If you like westerns, Code of Honor is mandatory reading. (Scott Eyman Cox News Service)
You will thoroughly enjoy Code of Honor. (Western Clippings)
Manages to add to our knowledge of films that have been analyzed to death. On-set photos are priceless. (Laura Wagner Classic Images)
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Book Description Taylor Trade Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110878333002