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Citizen Hearst (2012)

TV-14 | | Documentary | April 2013 (USA)
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Citizen Hearst, a new documentary on BIO., traces the 125-year history of the Hearst media empire from William Randolph Hearst to the global impact of the company's many successful media brands today.

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Leslie Iwerks

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Leslie Iwerks
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Credited cast:
Frank A. Bennack Jr. Frank A. Bennack Jr. ... Himself
George W. Bodenheimer George W. Bodenheimer ... Himself
Mark Burnett ... Himself
Eve Burton Eve Burton ... Herself
David Carey David Carey ... Himself
Frank Caruso Frank Caruso ... Himself
Jay Fielden Jay Fielden ... Himself
Norman Foster Norman Foster ... Himself
Nina Garcia ... Herself
David Granger David Granger ... Himself
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders ... Himself
William R. Hearst III ... Himself
Bob Iger ... Himself (as Robert A. Iger)
Donna Karan ... Herself
Heidi Klum ... Herself
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A glimpse behind the glass walls of the Hearst Tower, featuring interviews with top magazine and fashion editors of Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Town & Country, among others, while also traveling to San Simeon, Calif., for unprecedented access to the Hearst Castle and interviews with Hearst family members. Written by Production

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Bought this stupid propaganda piece thinking it was at the very least an impartial bio on the legendary journalist
12 March 2019 | by kvnbhovisSee all my reviews

I wanted to watch a documentary about Heart not a puff piece by the Heart Corporation about the Hearst empire. They produced this garbage. It is an hour and a half long and only 30 minutes is spent on his life. This documentary fails on so many levels but the other critic pretty much covered the flaws in detail. Gotta add that I love Leonard Maltin but since when is he an expert on Hearst the man? Also, why in heaven's name is Gurley Brown in this piece and praised as a role model for women. She exploited women as much as Larry Flynt or Hugh Hefner. Cosmo is utter trash. Do not watch!!!!


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