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Leo Fuchs: Special Photographer from the Golden Age of Hollywood

Leo Fuchs: Special Photographer from the Golden Age of Hollywood

Leo Fuchs

ISBN: 9781576875582

Leo Fuchs spent over 40 years shooting some of the most moving and memorable images ever made of 50s and 60s film icons. With the support of his dear friend, Cary Grant, Fuchs went from set photographer to producer in 1964 and spent the next 20 years as a

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Leo Fuchs is a Hollywood veteran who spent over 40 years shooting some of the most moving and memorable images ever made of 50s and 60s film icons. Fuchs' introduction to moviemaking came as one of the world's leading "special photographers" on movie sets in Europe and North America. Starting as a freelance magazine photographer, he was one of the rare outsiders invited onto movie sets, where he often befriended actors, actresses, and filmmakers and captured candid shots both during shooting and after hours while socializing with the stars. With the support of his dear friend Cary Grant, Fuchs gave up photography in 1964 and spent the next 20 years as a motion picture producer.
Fuchs' photographs of Hollywood's undisputed heyday are collected for the first time in "Leo" "Fuchs: Special Photographer from the Golden Age of Hollywood," along with a rare essay by photography great, Bruce Weber. Film icons Rock Hudson, Audrey Hepburn, Paul Newman, Gregory Peck, Sean Connery, Shirley MacLaine, Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando, Cary Grant, and never-before-published photographs of "To Kill a Mockingbird"'s Harper Lee as well as such legendary directors as Billy Wilder, Otto Preminger, Fred Zinnemann, and Alfred Hitchcock
all appear unguarded--unlike any other photographs of the era. These images are complemented by pages of insider details taken from the recorded remembrances of Leo Fuchs himself.
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Leo Fuchs: Special Photographer"offers never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes photographs of the glamorous world of post-war Hollywood. It serves as a valuable piece of history and a reference for the style, attitudes, and personalities of the dream factory's elite that define modern-day celebrity. With a career spent steadily rising through the ranks of production, from outsider to boss, Leo Fuchs saw it all. Now his personal vision has been captured for the world to enjoy in "Leo Fuchs: Special Photographer."
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