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Hollywood's Enduring Rebels

Updated: December 28, 2015

The films and the rebels who brought them to the screen.  Several years ago there was a special display on the second floor atrium, outside the Art, Music & Recreation Department at Central Library. 


by Eaton, Michael.
Call Number: 791.1 C539Ea

by Towne, Robert.
Call Number: 809.281 T744-1

by Mulvey, Laura.
Call Number: 791.1 C581Mu

by Lebo, Harlan.
Call Number: 791.1 C581Le

by Rosenbaum, Jonathan.
Call Number: 812.092 W449Ro

by Berg, Chuck.
Call Number: 812.092 W449Ber

by Higham, Charles, 1931-2012.
Call Number: 812.092 W449Hi

by Feder, Chris Welles.
Call Number: 812.092 W449Fe
Orson Welles' eldest daughter, Christopher, provides a fascinating and amazingly balanced account of her famous father whom she idolized, but who was absent most of the time.

by Dunaway, Faye.
Call Number: 812.092 D897

by Creason, Glen.
Call Number: 979.41 L881Crea
A lively cartographic history of Los Angeles featuring maps of everything from streetcars and sewers to stars' homes and Sleepy Lagoon.

by Rasmussen, Randy Loren, 1953-
Call Number: 812.092 W449Ra

by McBride, Joseph, 1947-
Call Number: 812.092 W449Ma

by Parker, John, 1938 August 5-
Call Number: 791.92 P762Pa

by Sammon, Paul.
Call Number: 791.92 S428Sa

by Thomson, David, 1941-
Call Number: 812.092 W449Th

by Shapiro, Marc, 1949-
Call Number: 812.092 S2435Sh

by Welles, Orson, 1915-1985.
Call Number: 812.092 W449