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How accurate is the movie The Aviator

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Howard became very wealthy at nineteen when he inherited the majority of Hughes Tools. This allowed him to follow his passions. The movie captures not only Hughes's lifestyle but shows that he used the wealth to fund his numerous projects. The movie accurately portrays Hughes as a playboy in the roaring 1920s and 1930s. Scorsese manages to capture the drive and brilliance of Hughes. He was never idle and was always involved with multiple projects.
====Howard Hughes and the moviesMovies====<i>The Aviator </i> shows Hughes spending a lot of time in Hollywood both as a producer and a party animal. In this regard , the movie is 's portrayal was accurate as because Hughes was very important in Tinsel Town and an integral part of its inner circleearly Hollywood. Hughes uncle had been a writer and one of the early scriptwriters in Tinsel TownLos Angeles. The Texan because Because of the profits from his father’s company Hughes profitable oil business was able to use his own personal money to make films and he was able to operate outside of the early studio system <.ref>Barlett, p. 45</ref>. In the  The movie the young Texan millionaire is show as investing shows how Hughes invested heavily in the movie film <i>Hell’s Angels </i> a World War I epicabout the airplane dogfight. This was true, and it did go Scorsese accurately shows that Hughes went wildly over budget as portrayed the movie and lost a great deal of money. <i>The Aviator </i> portrays Hughes as gambling everything that he had on this movie and that he was despite being a novice in the industry. In fact,  Hughes had made movies before , and he was an established producer , and one of his productions had even won an Academy Award. The Aviator does show very accurately that Hughes movie Hell’s Angels was indeed a pioneering work in its realism and its use of special effects and it was and remains an influential movie .<ref> Porter, Darwin. <i>Howard Hughes: Hell's Angel</i>. ( Chicago, Blood Moon Productions, Ltd., 2005), p 78</ref>. Scorsese’s biopic then accurately chronicles the long Hughes involvement of Hughes in filmmaking. It correctly shows him as willing to back risky and controversial subjects. At the time there was a growing conservative backlash against Hollywood and there was increasing censorship of the cinema. Hughes did push back against this and he was frequently in trouble with censors over movies such as Scarface and The Outlaw.  Scorsese shows Hughes being influenced by Katherine Hepburn with regard to about censorship and as a result , he takes a rather principled approach to the issue as a resultin the movie. In reality , Hughes disliked censorship because he believed that it was financially bad for box-office. He was always a business man and for him cinema was a glamorous business and not an art form.
==The many women in Howard Hughes Life==

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