Photo by Aubrey Reuben
Mr. Goldwyn, by Marsha Lebby and John Lollos, takes place in film mogul Goldwyn's Hollywood office in 1952 when Goldwyn had only a few hit movies left in him. He had already produced "Wuthering Heights," "Little Foxes," "Stella Dallas," "Pride of the Yankees" and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," when his career declined by the end of the 1950's. Today, he is also remembered for his Goldwynisms - malaprops like "A verbal contract isn't worth the paper it's written on" and "In two words: im-possible." Gene Saks, famed for Neil Simon's works, directs.
— By Christine Ehren