By Denis Gifford
Difficult conceal booklet, accomplished evaluation of the horror motion picture style. absolutely illustrated with nice photos.
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It was a move she regretted the rest of her life. Just when things looked bleakest, Isadora and all her girls followed to New York and life picked up again. a coterie that included painters, poets, stage designers, musicians, and, especially to the delight of Preston with his burgeoning interest in photography, Arnold Genthe, Edward Steichen, and Alfred Stieglitz. 29 Isadora was preparing to mount her production of Oedipus Rex at the Century Theatre with her brother Augustin as Oedipus, and offered sixteen-year-old Preston his first theatre job as an assistant stage manager.
66 This he did; and to prove the quantity of laughs in this and subsequent pictures, he gauged his audiences' laughter with a laugh meter. In measurements of laughter "force," Sturges counted one point for a chuckle, two points for a laugh, three for a hearty laugh, and four for a yell. The laugh meter yielded, for instance, at a test screening at the Academy Theatre in Inglewood, California, on September 23, 1941: 131 ones, 54 twos, 23 threes, and 8 fours. 67 Ren~ Early in 1942, Sturges produced and wrote some of Clair's I Married a Witch, but took his name off as 38 / Intrepid Laughter Sturges directs Veronica Lake in a scene from Sullivan's Travels.
It ran briefly on Broadway before being sold to the movies. The terms of sale for dramatic properties to the movies in those days brought fifty per cent to the author and fifty per cent to the producer. Producer A. C. Blumenthal-"Blumey"--represented Sturges in the sale of Strictly Dishonorable and Child of Manhattan, and trapped him in a financial obligation that required Sturges to pay back a twothousand-dollar loan against the movie sale of Child of Manhattan. Sturges was on a ship returni~ from Paris, where he went to pursue Eleanor, and was unable to meet the payment exactly on the specified date.