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Greg Dyro and Tom Burka interview Movie Studio Corporate Archivist Steve Bingen
Steven Bingen has long worked within the motion picture industry, both in production and as a writer and historian. He held a staff position at Warner Bros. Corporate Archive - aiding in the preservation and management of the studios legend and legacy.
He is an author of "MGM: Hollywood's Greatest Backlot," "Warner Bros: Hollywood's Ultimate Backlot," "Paramount: City of Dreams," "Warner Bros. The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of," (Photos by Greg Dyro and text and captions by Steve Bingen) "Hollywood's Lost Backlot: 40 Acres of Glamor and Mystery," and "Easy Rider: 50 Years Looking for America," and has contributed to many books and documentaries.
His numerous essays and magazine articles include recent pieces for "Filmfax," "Mondo Cult," "Cinema Retro" and "Perspective." "The Ghastly Love of Johnny X" for which he wrote the screenplay for director Paul Bunnell, was released in 2012.
Steve Bingen on Amazon
The Movie that Steve wrote The Ghastly Love of Johnny X
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