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'Some of my best times on set were when I could ask a million questions about how the actors,

directors, and craftspeople brought movies to life. I asked Hawk a zillion questions about him, but

they were really about his dad. This was before I learned a lesson from my daughter, who bitched

to me once...or 100 times. 'No one ever asks me a question about me, they only want to know

about you.' Later on, I was lucky enough to meet Hawk's dad. The pride of father to son, was

always evident. In Magic Time, there's no mistaking it—Howard Koch and Hawk Koch are

great reflections of each other. What's better than that?' -- Whoopi Goldberg, EGOT-winner, Actor,

Host'Magic Time is a wonderful, charming, heartbreaking, inspiring, redemptive story beautifully

told. I am touched by it on so many levels, and Hawk's love of movies is infectious. Hawk is the

guy that got us the p.g.a. mark, and the animation producers the Oscar. He is the most dynamic,

productive and successful Academy leader I've seen in my lifetime. So, thanks, Hawk, for all you

have done for us, for movies, and for the gift of this book.' -- Jim Morris, President of Pixar

Animation Studios'Hawk Koch's climb up the proverbial ladder of success is by no means a

mistake: not opting to be a dilettante, which he very well could have been, he did his homework,

excelling in every facet...from the lowest up to the highest in the making of a film. Most every

filmmaker of substance, including myself, have wanted Hawk to be on their team. Selfishly, not

altruistically, we know what Hawk brings to the party. His multitude of extraordinary incidents,

make for an inspirational, sometimes hilarious, behind-the-scenes, never told, exciting read. His

singular insight will give any reader interested in flicks a shot of adrenaline. His retelling of his

incredulous experiences makes for a book to read and read again.' -- Robert Evans, Producer and

Bestselling Author of 'The Kid Stays in the Picture''On one level, Hawk Koch has written a memoir

on a life in Hollywood that will fascinate, inform and amuse you. His point of view is as close to

ground zero as there is. On another level he has written an honest reflection on what it means to

be a human being, on the long journey from the head to the heart. The skin of his tale describes

America's dreams from post-WW II to now and the folks who made those dreams that shaped us.

The bones are as old as Odysseus.' -- David Field, Writer, Producer, and Former Studio

Executive'Not only is it a terrific movie book but, Hawk unveils the personal difficulties of being

the namesake of a very famous father and the nerve-wracking ups and downs of life in Hollywood.

A lively read of contemporary movie making from a key player.' -- Sid Ganis, Producer, Former

President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences'Hawk Koch worked is way up from

a location manager, to a 1st AD, to line producer, and then a full producer. He also ran a major


production company. Hawk knows from

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