E.J. Fleming has been writing and researching old Hollywood topics for over 30 years and has written 6 earlier books on movieland topics from Hollywood scandal and death to Wallace Reid and Paul Bern. He has appeared on the AMC series "Behind the Screen" and several documentaries about Hollywood and the movies and continues to craft fascinating stories about everything "movies." His latest project is a book about the brutal bullying and suicide of Phoebe Prince, an Irish immigrant driven to death in small-town New England, which has already been optioned for a television movie. His earlier book, "The Fixers: Eddie Mannix, Howard Strickling, and the MGM Studio Publicity Machine," has also been optioned and is in development. E.J. lives outside Chicago with Barbara, his wife of 34 years, and their children Abby, Teddy, and Colin.
Unscripted: Hollywood Back-Stories Vol 1by E.J. Fleming
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Gathered during three decades of Hollywood and movie history research at archives from the Herrick Library at the Motion Picture Academy to the University of Texas to the British Film Institute, Unscripted: Hollywood Back-Stories Vol. 1 is a fascinating collection of little-known accounts from behind the scenes of the greatest movies of all time. The wonderful short stories tell the tales of the lives of legendary stars from the famous to the forgotten, stories from behind the cameras, and slices of the history of the most talked-about industry in the world.
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"Unscripted" is a fabulous historical account of Hollywood and the people who made the town and the industry famous. I consider myself an expert of sorts on Hollywood history, movies and celebrities, but most of the information in the book I had previously been unaware of. I spent most of my time reading it with a highlighter in hand, marking important passages that I wanted to study further. A fascinating, well-researched read!