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Cameron Crowe
Cameron Crowe

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Cameron Crowe was an associate editor and frequent contributor to Rolling Stone. In 1979, he wrote the book Fast Times at Ridgemont High and later adapted it as a screenplay. He wrote and directed Say Anything, Singles, and the Academy Award-winning Jerry Maguire. He lives in Los Angeles and Seattle.

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Conversations with Wilder

Written by Cameron Crowe


Format: Trade Paperback, 400 pages
Publisher: Knopf
On Sale: September 25, 2001
Price: $22.50

Here, in an extraordinary book with more than 650 black-and-white photographs -- including film posters, stills, grabs, and never-before-seen pictures from Wilder's own collection -- the ninety-three-year-old icon talks to Cameron Crowe, one of today's best-known writer-directors, about thirty years at the very heart of Hollywood, and about screenwriting and camera... Read more >
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