Chris Yogerst reviews Kliph Nesteroff’s book, “Outrageous: A History of Showbiz and the Culture Wars.”
Chris Yogerst reviews Scott Eyman’s “Charlie Chaplin vs. America: When Art, Sex, and Politics Collided.”
In an excerpt from his forthcoming book “The Warner Brothers,” Chris Yogerst elucidates the history of the big Hollywood strikes of the 1940s.
Chris Yogerst reviews Jeanine Basinger and Sam Wasson’s “Hollywood: The Oral History.”
Chris Yogerst reviews Richard Schickel’s “The Famous Mr. Fairbanks: A Story of Celebrity.”
Chris Yogerst reviews Jon Lewis’s book about Hollywood in the ’60s and ’70s, “Road Trip to Nowhere.”
Two new biographies of “Old Stone Face” and his remarkable cinematic career.
A new documentary about Carl Laemmle explores the movie mogul’s humanitarian accomplishments.
Daniel Boorstin’s 1962 book “The Image” brilliantly prefigured our world of digital media and news as entertainment.
A newly translated collection of the great director’s early German journalism.
A revealing biography of an iconic Hollywood star.
Chris Yogerst reviews Thomas Doherty’s cultural history of the Lindbergh kidnapping.