Producers on Producing
The Making of Film and Television
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About the Book
Imre Horvath, producer of 60 Minutes, was asked how to get to talk to inaccessible people: “People that are busy…are scheduled tight…it’s at 5:00 and 6:00 that they’re back in their office to unwind…there’s a kind of resonance or sympathy that springs up. “Oh, you’re still in your office too?”
Twenty-two interviews feature the producers or creators of Mister Rogers, Highway Patrol, Sea Hunt, The Cisco Kid, The Tonight Show, Rockford Files, Falcon Crest, Gunsmoke, Family Feud, and Roots, among others. These people offer opinions on the producer’s role, the creation and packaging of different program genres, getting the best from the production team, tips for success, and of course personalities and personal moments. Honest and intelligent, these interviews give the reader a fascinating view of the industry.
About the Author(s)
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Bibliographic Info: photos, index
Copyright Date: 2001 
Book Reviews & Awards
“subjects are particularly well chosen…plenty of substance”—Booklist; “necessary for anyone anticipating a career in film or television production…will also fascinate the general reader concerned with performing arts and electronic media”—Choice; “fascinating stuff. Better than fiction, it’s real and it’s exciting reading…one to re-read many times”—Classic Images; “interesting insight…enjoyable”—Movie Collector’s World; “interesting reading”—Communication Booknotes.