The Animal in Hollywood: Anthony Fiato's Life in the Mafia by John L. SmithThe highest-rolling screenwriter in Hollywood history tells all. Eszterhas gives the big picture up front: He's repeatedly set records for the biggest payments for the screenplays for phenoms Jagged I am glad I picked this book up in the remainder bin a the local big box bookstore. I had never yet seen any of his movies, and it was not until after reading the book that I finally got around to Hollywood Animal. Joe Eszterhas.
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If, in fact, you pulled a Timmy and fell into a well, you are sure your dog would probably chase butterflies instead of fetching help. When watching modern Hollywood fare, you might think that wild action scenes with animals are somehow computer generated or heavily edited. The truth is that what you see today is 90 percent real and generally safe — with an occasional exception. A terrified horse died as a result. In , the American Humane Association convinced the movie industry to make sure things like that never happened again. From then on, an association representative was consulted and present on set during scenes involving animal actors.
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View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: Barrcade Books, New York. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. The Animal in Hollywood recounts in frank and chilling detail mob enforcer Anthony Fiato's explosive career in the mafia on both coasts. Visit Seller's Storefront. Email vin catscuriosities.