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Crazy Sundays

F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood.

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        StatementViking Press
        PublishersViking Press
        LC Classifications1971
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 66 p. :
        Number of Pages82
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10067024550X

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This focuses on Fitzgerald ' s time in Hollywood at the Crazy Sundays of his life.


He was out-of-print, in debt, his wife, Zelda, was in a sanitarium, and he was in Hollywood tinkering with other people's scripts, most of which never went anywhere. For a moment he existed in the midst of a confused silence, broken by a general trek for the door. A interesting book for those who are fans of the writings of Scott Fitzgerald covering the later period of his life as a Hollywood scriptwriter.

" "Come sit beside me," Joel urged her. But during the performance, with Stella a profile under the pure grain of light hair, he thought no more about Miles.

He felt that he should say something more, something confident and easy--he had first met her when she was struggling for bits in New York. Of course that's not true in your house," he covered himself hastily. I love Crazy Sundays short story from its very challenging, ingenuous start.


Latham did his homework, referencing movie scripts, personal letters, and working in appropriate quotes from The Last Tycoon. Puerto Rico The Golden Years…before it all hit the fan• Otherwise, Crazy Sundays point of the story is blunted.

This story belongs to the many tales showing the actual reality of behind the scene facts, the way actors, directors, producers work together between movies, how they spend their week ends, their vacations: altogether around a swimming pool, talking, joking, dancing, laughing, but always talking about business before stabbing each other for most of them.

Hellman never drove Fitzgerald to a party for Ernest Hemingway, Hemingway never moved in with Fitzgerald in Malibu, and Warren never played tennis with a nude Zelda Fitzgerald. " Crazy Sundays asked the butler for drinks and sandwiches and ran upstairs, while Joel walked into the empty reception rooms.

"I won't take anything to drink," he assured himself. " "And tonight I feel uneasy about everything. Miles liked you--he said you--" She shivered violently, "Oh, my God, you don't know how alone I feel.