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Robert Altman

a guide to references and resources

by Virginia Wright Wexman

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by G.K. Hall in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Altman, Robert, 1925- -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Altman, Robert, 1925- -- Credits.,
  • Altman, Robert, 1925- -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    StatementVirginia Wright Wexman and Gretchen Bisplinghoff.
    SeriesA Reference publication in film
    ContributionsBisplinghoff, Gretchen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1998.A3 A5774 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 243 p. :
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3179979M
    ISBN 100816186081
    LC Control Number83022593

    Robert Altman: jumping off the cliff: a biography of the great American director User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Extensive acknowledgments testify to a thoroughly researched biography of the film director best known for M*A*S*H and Nashville. While describing the boozing, womanizing, and gambling that somehow Read full reviewReviews: 1. Buy a cheap copy of Altman on Altman book by Robert Altman. An exciting collection of original interviews with the infamously outspoken director of Short Nashville to The Player to Gosford Park, Robert Altman's Free shipping over $

    In Robert Altman’s Subliminal Reality, Robert T. Self sheds light on Altman’s work and provides the most comprehensive analysis of his films to close readings of classics like MASH, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, and Nashville, as well as more recent films like The Player, Short Cuts, and Cookie’s Fortune, Self asserts the value of Altman’s work not only to film theory and the. Robert Altman’s Nashville "This cornerstone of s American moviemaking from Robert Altman is a panoramic view of the country’s political and entertainment landscapes, set in the nation’s music capital.

      Robert Bernard Altman was born on Feb. 20, , in Kansas City, Mo., to Helen and B.C. Altman, a prosperous insurance salesman for the .   ‎Robert Altman—visionary director, hard-partying hedonist, eccentric family man, Hollywood legend—comes roaring to life in this rollicking oral biography. After an all-American boyhood in Kansas City, a stint flying bombers in World War II, and jobs 3/5(2).


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Fox. /5(15). All photos in the book are from between and So why is the book called "The Sixties", rather than "The Seventies". Robert Altman offers the answer to that in the Author's Note: "For many of us 'The Sixties' isn't about the early s of JFK, the British Invasion, go /5(15).

This book really captures the spirit of Robert Altman, or at least the spirit that is conveyed through his work. Like any good book on cinema, it makes one want to watch the films. I wouldn't call the book entirely complete, its emphasis is on biography and Altman's way of working with actors, with little said about camerawork and technique/5.

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(an insurance salesman) and Helen Altman. He entered St. Peters Catholic school at the age six, and spent a short time at a Catholic high school. From there, he went to Rockhurst High School.

It was then that he started exploring the art of exploring sound with the. When Robert Altman died a few years ago, it put into doubt the book that he and Mitchell Zuckoff had been working on.

It's hard, however, to imagine how their collaboration could be better than this. Robert Altman's discussions of his movie career are included throughout, but the observations by the other narrators make this audiobook better.

Robert Blees produced the infamous Bus Stop episode directed by Robert Altman and starring Fabian, and also produced episodes of Combat. directed by Altman. Jim Bouton was a pitcher for the New York Yankees who made an indelible mark on baseball with his book Ball Four.

At the time of Altman’s death three years ago, the College of Communication journalism professor, former Boston Globe reporter, and author of several books, was collaborating with him on a memoir, which he has turned into a page book, Robert Altman: The Oral Biography.

Zuckoff weaves the story of Altman’s life and career through a. Robert Altman, Director: Gosford Park. Robert Altman was born on February 20th, in Kansas City, Missouri, to B.C. (an insurance salesman) and Helen Altman.

He entered St. Peters Catholic school at the age six, and spent a short time at a Catholic high school. From there, he went to Rockhurst High School. It was then that he started exploring the art of exploring sound with the.

A look back at Robert Altman's Quintet, as part of Scout Tafoya's monthly video essay series on maligned masterpieces. Festivals & Awards NYFF Roma, Her Smell, The. Sometimes the oral biography format delivers big time. Such is the case with Mitchell Zuckoff’s marvelous, epic, tapestry-like life-scape of Robert Altman.

The book itself resembles any number of Altman movies, with enormous casts teeming with talkers of every stripe—chatterboxes, con men, bullshitters and nut jobs.

Robert Blees produced the infamous Bus Stop episode directed by Robert Altman and starring Fabian, and also produced episodes of Combat. directed by Altman. Jim Bouton was a pitcher for the New York Yankees who made an indelible mark on baseball with his book Ball Four/5(5).

Introduction by Robert Altman. SIGNED by director of film adaptation Robert Altman on bookplate on inside cover. Also includes laid-in is a photo-postcard SIGNED by Matthew Modine (played Dr. Ralph Wyman). Several original reviews and articles laid-in concerning 'Short Cuts' and Robert Altman film.

Editorial Reviews. The greatest of Robert Altman's '70s genre revisions (which include The Long Goodbye and Thieves Like Us), McCabe and Mrs. Miller is a film steeped in '60s counterculture idealism that lays to rest heroic myths of the Old West. Warren Beatty stars as McCabe, a slightly dim but goodhearted gambler who, with the help of a no-nonsense, opium-smoking madam, Mrs.

Miller (Julie /5(12). A Companion to Robert Altman presents myriad aspects of Altman’s life, career, influence and historical context. This book features 23 essays from a range of experts in the field, providing extensive coverage of these aspects and dimensions of Altman’s work.

The most expansive and wide-ranging book yet published on Altman, providing a comprehensive account of Altman’s complete career Author: Adrian Danks. A Companion to Robert Altman presents myriad aspects of Altman’s life, career, influence and historical context. This book features 23 essays from a range of experts in the field, providing extensive coverage of these aspects and dimensions of Altman’s work.

Synopsis A Companion to Robert Altman presents myriad aspects of Altman’s life, career, influence and historical context. This book features 23 essays from a range of experts in the field, providing extensive coverage of these aspects and dimensions of Altman’s work.

It takes more than pages for Mitchell Zuckoff’s oral biography of Robert Altman to get to “M*A*S*H,” the movie that transformed its director from a workaday toiler into a one-man.LOS ANGELES (AP) – Robert Altman, the caustic and irreverent satirist behind "M-A-S-H," "Nashville" and "The Player" who made a career out of bucking Hollywood management and story conventions.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Plecki, Gerard, Robert Altman.

Boston: Twayne, (OCoLC) Named Person: Robert Altman; Robert Altman.