The Hollywood Banker DVD


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Documentary focusing on the career of banker and film financier Frans Afman, directed by his daughter Rozemyn Afman. The Dutchman was introduced to the film-making business after Italian producer Dino de Laurentiis asked him for a loan and together the pair created a new financing system that revolutionised Hollywood film-making. Together they were responsible for financing a number of successful films over the next decade including 'Platoon' (1986), 'Terminator' (1984) and 'Superman' (1978).

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  • 2
Number of Discs:
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  • Bulldog
  • PG

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