Melville Shavelson Audio Books

Melville Shavelson (1917–2007) was one of the most successful filmmakers of Hollywood’s Golden Age and thereafter, with twenty-one directing credits and fifty-five writing credits (including The Five Pennies, Yours, Mine, and Ours, Cast a Giant Shadow, and Ike: The War Years). A master of comedy (he was one of the writers who established Bob Hope and Danny Thomas), he was twice President of the Writers Guild of America and, living till the age of ninety, a major voice in preserving Hollywood history.

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Extended Sample How to Succeed in Hollywood without Really Trying by Melville Shavelson
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