The Prints of Hollywood
Overview - Tommy Lightfoot Garrett has been a collector of classic era photographs for years. The difference between Tommy and the people who collect classic photos, is that Tommy over the years has become friends with many of these stars and he also has represented many of them over the years as well. Read more...
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Tommy Lightfoot Garrett has been a collector of classic era photographs for years. The difference between Tommy and the people who collect classic photos, is that Tommy over the years has become friends with many of these stars and he also has represented many of them over the years as well. This photo book is one that the reader and admirer of classic stars can enjoy some of the great studio and candid shots of the past century, with Garrett's historical knowledge of Hollywood and the icons who made the entertainment industry so great. There are even some shots signed by stars who are either no longer with us or no longer signing autographs. This book is warm, well put together and offers the reader some new insights into what made the classic era so grand in Hollywood's history. "This book of unique classic Hollywood photographs is an invaluable addition to any film buff's library. Tommy Garrett is not only one of the most knowledgeable of Hollywood historians, but a man whose passion for the movies and the personalities who made them great is limitless and downright addictive. Enjoying this book and the wonderful photographs of many of the famous people Tommy has personally known and admired is a true trip down Hollywood memory lane " - Stone Wallace, author of George Raft: The Man Who Would be Bogart "Mining the riches of several celebrity photo archives across the world, author and esteemed industry historian Tommy Lighfoot Garrett has culled a treasure trove of rare images that lovingly depicts the class and glamour of Old Hollywood. Tommy should be cherished for his loyal diligence in keeping the flame of Classic Hollywood burning brightly." - John O'Dowd, author of Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye: The Barbara Payton Story
- ISBN-13: 9781593933227
- ISBN-10: 1593933223
- Publisher: BearManor Media
- Publish Date: February 2009
- Page Count: 312
- Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.65 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.92 pounds