Hollywood: A New Kind of King

Hollywood, which seemed moribund a couple of years ago, has always been salvageable. All the movie men had to do was to embrace television. But with a will surprising among the supposedly spineless masters of the picture business, Hollywood for a long time refused. One studio -20th Century-Fox-actually closed its gates for a while, and other studios moved vacantly forward with skeletal staffs.

Now, however, the place is busier than it has been since World War II. All studios are not only open but packed with working crews. Television has become Hollywood's...

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