TAKE A GLIMPSE INTO THE GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD!
Vivien Leigh: An Intimate Portrait by by Kendra Bean and Claire Bloom presents the personal story of one of the most celebrated women of the twentieth century, through in-depth narratives paired with rare photographs. Vivien Leigh's mystique was a combination of staggering beauty, glamour, romance, and genuine talent displayed in her Oscar-winning performances in Gone With the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire. She inspired many of the greatest visionaries of her time – Laurence Olivier loved her, Winston Churchill praised her and Christian Dior dressed her.
George Hurrell's Hollywood: Glamour Portraits by Mark A. Vieira provides the reader with a fabulous montage of new insights, portraits, and behind-the-scenes stories spanning Hurrell's entire career. George Hurrell was the creator of the Hollywood glamour portrait, who captured movie stars of the most exalted era in Hollywood history with bold contrast and seductive poses. This book showcases more than four hundred portraits, most of which have not been published since they were created.
Majestic Hollywood: The Greatest Films of 1939 by Mark A. Vieira illustrates the world of entertainment through rarely seen images during the most glamorous era in movie history. With scene stills, behind-the-scenes candids, portraits, and poster art, the photos are as distinctive, evocative, and powerful as the films they were meant to publicize. Presenting the best of these images and the stories behind them, this book is a cavalcade of unforgettable films from 1939: Hollywood's Greatest Year.