The Last Mogul (2005)

The Last Mogul
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating None
Runtime 1hr 39mins.
Genres Documentary, Biopic
Keywords behind the scenes, character study, filmmaking, showbiz
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Jeff Sackman Executive Producer n/a 174 3000007
Barry Avrich Executive Producer n/a 174 3000006
Brian Linehan Co-Producer n/a 170 3000008
Natalie Mitrovich Associate Producer n/a 171 3000009
Charles Haggert Cinematographer n/a 402 6000001
Barry Avrich Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Nat Brescia Executive Producer n/a 174 3000005
Kathleen Sharp Consulting Producer n/a 548 3000004
Nat Brescia Producer n/a 3 3000001
Barry Avrich Director n/a 2 2000001
Tori Hockin Producer n/a 3 3000002
David Brown Producer n/a 3 3000003
Robert Evans Producer n/a 3 3000004
Rick Bennet Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000002
Ron Carter Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000003
Frank Kitching Original Music n/a 120838 8000002
Jim McGrath Original Music n/a 120838 8000001
Mark Vandervoet Production Designer n/a 164 9000001
Barbara Gregson Research n/a 458 12000001
Fred Brennan Supervising Sound Editor n/a 328 14000002
Brent Haliskie Sound n/a 120816 14000001
Alex Shuper Editor n/a 172 7000001
Jim Tufaro Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000009
Elliot Klayman Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000005
Jim Feeney Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000004
Geoff Lackner Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000006
Jim Riccardi Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000007
Doug Snowden Camera Additional Camera 120798 6000008
Neil Shee Narrator n/a 120790 1000030
Garth H Drabinsky Actor Himself 1 1000029
Leonard Goldberg Actor Himself 1 1000010
Dominick Dunne Actor Himself 1 1000009
Wendy Goldberg Actor Herself 1 1000011
Jay Kanter Actor Himself 1 1000012
Alan Ladd Jr. Actor Himself 1 1000014
Larry King Actor Himself 1 1000013
Janet De Cordova Actor Herself 1 1000008
Kay Coleman Actor Herself 1 1000007
David Carr Actor Himself 1 1000003
Helen Gurley Brown Actor Herself 1 1000002
James Earl Carter Jr. Actor Himself 1 1000004
Charles Champlin Actor Himself 1 1000005
George Christy Actor Himself 1 1000006
Michael Ovitz Actor Himself 1 1000015
Suzanne Pleshette Actor Herself 1 1000016
Al Dorskind Actor Himself 1 1000025
David Brown Actor Himself 1 1000024
John Grabowski Actor Himself 1 1000026
William Link Actor Himself 1 1000027
Violet Spevak Actor Herself 1 1000028
Norman Brokaw Actor Himself 1 1000023
Robert Evans Actor Himself 1 1000022
Al Setnick Actor Himself 1 1000018
Frank Price Actor Himself 1 1000017
Kathleen Sharp Actor Herself 1 1000019
Jack Valenti Actor Himself 1 1000020
Richard D. Zanuck Actor Himself 1 1000021
Peter Bart Actor Himself 1 1000001
There are those that say Hollywood was born the day Lew Wasserman came to town. For six decades, there was only one man who had the consummate power to run the industry and his reign forever defined Hollywood as we know it. During his 59-year career, he worked with everyone from Alfred Hitchcock to Steven Spielberg, James Stewart and Kevin Costner. His legendary deal making was respected, his temper reviled and his ability to predict the future of his industry uncanny. His talent, vision and power not only made him a billionaire, but changed the manner in which studios operated, films were produced and talent represented. Using politics and fear to keep the entire industry on a leash, the former Chairman and CEO of MCA and the Universal, Wasserman was the undisputed king of Hollywood. This rags to riches story began in the mob-controlled speakeasies of 1920's Cleveland and ends in the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles. Wasserman, an impoverished band-booker would become the greatest power-broker that Hollywood would ever know. From reputed mob connections to union chiefs, and political heavyweights the likes of Jack Valenti to President Ronald Reagan, Lew Wasserman controlled everybody.