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From the Publisher"Superb…worth a semester of film school." —David Brown, producer of Jaws"
"Rarely do we have that complex creative process revealed to us with such sensitivity and insight…Susan Dworkin’s Making Tootsie is an important study, in a class with Lillian Ross’s Picture and John Gregory Dunne’s The Studio. Everyone who seriously cares about movies has to read it." —Digby Diehl, Los Angeles Herald Examiner
"Informative, crisply written and worthwhile…an intelligent account of the production of the hit movie (and) a remarkably full portrait of Hoffman the actor." —Washington Post Book World
"Making Tootsie has a sense of making a movie that very few books have." —John Gregory Dunne
"Tootsie has already achieved a reputation as a classic film comedy. Dworkin’s fluid, marvelously detailed book goes a long way toward explaining why." —People