Buzz: The Life and Art of Busby Berkeley

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Index
Adler, Larry, 146
Adrian, 171
Albee, Edward, 272
Alda, Robert, 209–12, 218
All the Beautiful Girls, 238–39, 243, 247
Alton, John, 233
Ambrose, Judge Thomas, 137
Amy, George, 82, 221–23, 243
Anchors Aweigh, 225, 228, 232
Anderson, Milo, 90
And She Learned about Dames, 111
Annie Get Your Gun, 230, 232–34
Berkeley fired from, 233
Antonio and Rosario, 181
Archerd, Army, 298
Arlen, Harold, 44, 138–39
Arnheim, Gus, 124
Arnold, Edward, 93, 228
Arnow, Max, 130
Arthur, Julia (Ida Lewis), 6
As It Was in the Beginning, 18
Association of Motion Picture
Producers (AMPP), 84
Ayres, Lew, 164
Babes in Arms, 167–71, 173, 175, 188, 319
“Babes in Arms,” 168–69
“Daddy Was a Minstrel Man,” 168
“God’s Country,” 168–69
Babes on Broadway, 181, 184, 189, 191, 320–21
“Babes on Broadway,” 186
“Chin Up, Cheerio, Carry On,” 185
“Hoe Down,” 185
“How about You,” 185
Bacon, Lloyd, 67, 117, 122, 138, 237
Bainter, Fay, 185
Baker, Phil, 200
Ball, Lucille, 95, 281–82
Ballad of the Sad Café, 272
Bandmann, Daniel, 6
Barnes, Clive, 273, 289
Barnes, George, 110, 124, 154
Barnes, Howard, 231
Barrymore, John, 117
Barrymore, Lionel, 170
Barty, Billy, 74–75, 85–86, 185, 263–64
credited as Billy Barton, 264
Basevi, James, 203
Baxter, Warner, 67, 289
Bee, Molly, 261
Beery, Wallace, 174, 263
and Ted Healy controversy, 340
Bell, Book and Candle, 277
Bergen, Edgar, 278
Berkeley, Arthur Tysdale, 4
Berkeley, Busby (Buzz Berkeley/Busby Berkeley William Enos/William Berkeley Enos)
Academy Award nominations of, 115, 136, 147, 150
in “Apache” district, 21
arrested, 24, 216, 229, 258
at Berlin Film Festival, 292
birth of, 7

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Table of contents

  • Screen Classics ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Prologue 1
  • 1 - Actress and Son 4
  • 2 - In Formation 20
  • 3 - The Show Fixer 27
  • 4 - A Cyclopean Vision 48
  • 5 - The Cinematerpsichorean 66
  • 6 - The Cancerous Tire 123
  • 7 - Post-Traumatic Inspiration 143
  • 8 - Buzz’s Babes 164
  • 9 - Art and Audacity 198
  • 10 - The Stage Debacle 211
  • 11 - Inconsolable 218
  • 12 - One Last at Bat 225
  • 13 - Jumping, Tapping, Diving 235
  • 14 - Out of Sight 257
  • 15 - The Ringmaster 262
  • 16 - Remember My Forgotten Director 266
  • 17 - The Figurehead 272
  • 18 - The Palmy Days 292
  • Epilogue 296
  • On Busby Berkeley’s Memoirs 300
  • Appendix- The Works of Busby Berkeley 303
  • Notes 327
  • Index 353
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