Outrageous conduct: art, ego, and the Twilight zone case

Arbor House/Morrow, 1988 - 394 páginas
A probing investigation of the July 22, 1982, helicopter accident on the set of Twilight Zone that cost the lives of two small children and veteran actor Vic Morrow. Here are the intimate stories of people behind the headlines, including John Landis and Stephen Spielberg. 8 pages of photos.

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Two veteran film critics and authors of Hollywood Dynasties ( LJ 8/84) offer a fascinating account of events surrounding the infamous accident on the set of Twilight Zone : The Movie that killed actor ... Leer reseña completa

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Dr. Marc Green has a Ph. D. in experimental psychology and 37 years of experience in basic and applied research in vision, cognitive science, and human factors design. He has served as an expert in matters related to road accidents, warnings, falls, police shootings, product design and other human factors issues as well as in matters related to intellectual property disputes. Dr. Green is currently head of Visual Expert Human Factors Science and adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology at University of West Virginia Medical School. He was previously a postdoctoral fellow, faculty member at several universities, including Brown, Berkley, Indiana University, and Carnegie Mellon. His background includes 98 publications on topics including basic and applied visual science, warning effectiveness, road and other accident causation, and medical error. He has also given numerous presentations at scientific and professional conferences in the U.S. and abroad.

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