The Naked Truth: Hollywood’s Secrets Unveiled
Los Angeles, CA, March 11, 2015 – Award winning costume designer Jean-Pierre Dorléac pulls back the fitting room curtains as well as the doors to the executive suites of Hollywood from 1973 to 1985, in an uproarious account, The Naked Truth, covering the end of classic glamour.
In the ’70s the corporations started buying out the dying studios that couldn’t combat television’s sudden appeal. Soon the glitter faded from big-budget productions when the economy forced the new moguls to buy independents films for next to nothing.
This very funny and quite fortuitous success story spans 12 years of copious Hollywood productions. The splashy tales are filled with entertaining confrontations involving glamour, politics, graft, sex, scandal, and heretofore, untold tales of the glitter and tinsel capital’s assets being sold off by the new capitalist.
About the Author
Hollywood costume designer, Jean-Pierre Dorléac, is no stranger to the film industry. Infamous for his award-winning costume designs, his creative talents can be seen in Somewhere in Time, The Blue Lagoon, Battlestar Gallactica, The Valley of the Dolls, Knightrider, Quantum Leap and Sci-Fi.
For more, please visit: https://www.jean-pierredorleac.com
The Naked Truth
by Jean-Pierre Dorléac
Publisher: Monad Books
Release date: May 3, 2015
Available nationwide at independent and major book stores, Amazon.com and www.jean-pierredorleac.om.