Hollywood a Go-Go: An Account of the Cannon Phenomenon Paperback – 19 Mar 1987
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Cannon Films were a big film company that produced low budget film from Charles Bronson and Chuck Norris action films to arthouse films during the 1980's. They even owned cinemas across the world.
The author Yule doesn't hold any prisoners as he is honest to say he doesn't like how Golan-Globus worked. They fib their way just to get the next film made, which in the end they ended up bankrupt.
It's a shame that Yule never didn't write a second edition on how two years later Golan-Globus split up.
Golan produced straight to video films for Cannon until 1993 and Globus started an ill-fated 21st Century Productions produced film like the remake of The Night of The Living Dead, Michael Winner's Bulleye and Death Wish V.
I would recommend anyone that a film fan or film student to read this book there are eight used books for sale all at different prices.