Fritz Lang and Company

Ferguson, Otis
June 1941
New Republic;6/23/41, Vol. 104 Issue 25, p858
Focuses on U.S. film industry. Information on the movie "Man Hunt," that is based on the book "Rouge Male"; criticism of the film "Man Hunt"; Report on the director Fritz Lang and actor Dudley Nichols; Objection placed by the author on several parts of the movie; Comparison of the movie with the book it is based on; Opinion of the author on making of the movie; Information on the actors Walter Pidgeon and George Sanders of the movie; Report on workers' strike Walt Disney studio; Focus on low wages given to the workers as compared to high profit earned by Walt Disney.


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