Mickey Rooney Was Right is D.W. Paone's autobiography with the emphasis on his quest to achieve success as both a writer and assistant cameraman in the entertainment industry. However, no matter how hard he tried, and he tried very hard, long-term success in both these aspects of the industry continued to elude him. While he had the opportunity to work on Law a Order and a handful of other high-profile jobs, and even sold a joke to Jay Leno, his career was a roller coaster ride of highs and lows in a fickle industry with no rhyme or reason. This book is for anyone who has attempted, or even considered a career in the entertainment industry, or followed a dream even when logic and those around him said to stop.I got called for an interview. 1 The lady interviewing me wasna#39;t sure what a camera assistant is and I explained it to her. ... Sixteen year-olds learn how to use one at McDonalda#39;s everyday. ... pictures and frame rates for cameras and even the number of pull down claws each had -- all the things I needed to know to pass 345.
|Title||:||Mickey Rooney Was Right|
|Author||:||D. W. Paone|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2010-03-01|