Once upon a time, celebrated Playwright George Bernard Shaw visited Hollywood. GBS and his wife Charlotte wanted to see how movies were made. They toured and lunched at MGM studios. Amidst the glamour of the world of moviestars, they saw the tarnished side of filmmaking. The Shaws saw actors canoodling and boozing. They experienced studio heads and media tycoons pushing their personal agenda. At the historic luncheon, everybody was vying for a piece of Shaw. And GBS wasn’t having it.
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