[1930S HOLLYWOOD THROUGH THE EYES OF THE FIRST TURKISH SOCIETY REPORTER] Yildizlar arasinda: Holivuda giden ilk Türk gazeteci. Cover by Orhan Ural.
TURAN AZIZ BELER, (Turkish high society journalist, author), (1912-1974?).
Vakit Gazete ve Matbaasi, Ist., 1938.
Paperback. Large roy. 8vo. (25 x 18,5 cm). In Turkish. 213,  p., many b/w plates. Turan Aziz Beler was a modern pioneer of magazine journalism in Turkey. Beler was born in Istanbul in 1912. He started his literary career with journalism. His first novel Sevda also attracts attention but Türedi Ailesi has been brought him with fame. This book caused him in jail for two years too. Beler, according to statements in the foreword of this book, the purpose of his travel is to clarify all things known wrong about Hollywood in Turkey. Three and a half years spent time in Hollywood with many celebrities and made interviews with them. He examined the conditions under which American popular cinema was formed and continued. According to his own statement, he expressed the witty language that he was grateful for Hollywood, without getting married and getting a bashing. He has a very interesting and funny wording in this 1930s Hollywood travel memoirs. An extremely rare Turkish Americana.