From humble, immigrant beginnings, producer Samuel Goldwyn's tenacity and drive eventually yielded over 103 completed pictures with over 100 Academy Award nominations between them. Though he remained independent, never working for a studio during his entire career, Goldwyn's pictures frequently surpassed the quality and the talent of the major studios. Pictures like Wuthering Heights, The Best Years Of Our Lives, The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, Stella Dallas, The Bishop's Wife, The Pride Of The Yankees, Guys and Dolls, Porgy and Bess and many, many more... Given unparalleled access to the Goldwyn archives, Peter Jones and A. Scott Berg's documentary - adapted from Pulitzer Prize-winner Berg's celebrated Goldwyn biography - creates a vivid portrait of the man through archive footage, film clips, home movies and interviews with the stars and talent that new and worked with him including: Bette Davis, Howard Hawks, King Vidor, John Huston, Danny Kaye, Merle Oberon and William Wyler. A compelling depiction of the man who epitomised the best and worst of Hollywood's successes and failures during his remarkable career and who lived and worked the way the films he produced will always remain: demanding and full of talent.