"THE STUFF THAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF. A HISTORICAL LOOK BEHIND THE GATES OF WARNER BROS. STUDIOS". Collectif. Editions Warner Bros. 2006.
THE STUFF THAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF
"THE STUFF THAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF. A HISTORICAL LOOK BEHIND THE GATES OF WARNER BROS. STUDIOS". Collectif. Editions Warner Bros. 2006. in-4 carré, couverture toilée noire sous jaquette illustrée en noir & blanc. 170 pages. Texte en anglais, avant-propos de Clint Eastwood, illustré de près de 170 reproductions photographiques noir & blanc pleine page de photographes tels : Ralph Ayers, Schuyler Crail, Greg Nyro, Bertram "Buddy" Longworth, Floyd McCarthy, Shari Rolling...
"At the end of the 1941 film noir classic "The Maltese Falcon", when Sam Spade, played by Humprey Bogart, was asked what the Maltese Falcon was made of, Spade knew it was just a painted lead statue of a bird. But he also knew it represented the depth of all the illusions, drams and imagination of the characters. So it is with Warner Bros. Studios: the stuccoed soundstages, bungalow offices and concrete Mill are just buildings on a studio lot, but to the thousands who have worked here and the millions worldwide who have marveled at their work, these buildings represent nearly 80 years of illusions, drams and creative magic, or as Sam Spade would say, "the stuff that dreams are made of"..." Ref LCU0164