I was fortunate to be a part of the Golden Years of Hollywood albeit the tail end of it. MGM was the largest and most lucrative film studio in the world. This giant of a studio made one movie a week in its heyday. With stars who were stars. And story lines that you could follow without the aid of computers and digital innovations. Louis B. Mayer had just been dethroned and a new group of "filmmakers" emerged. That's when I joined MGM. This book follows my career from this point until my very last film entitled "DANGEROUS LIAISONS" and retired having received an Academy Award nomination for the best picture of 1988. This book, hopefully, will reflect the "happenings" that occurs during the making of a film - some sad - some fascinating but definitely extremely humorous. This is raw Hollywood as it was Hank Moomjean.