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Hollywood: critical concepts in media and cultural studies

Author: Schatz, Thomas Series: Critical concepts in media and cultural studies Publisher: Routledge 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 24 cm.ISBN: 0415281318Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Vol.1 "Historical dimensions: the development of the American film industry", 393 p. ; Vol.2 "Formal-aesthetic dimensions: authorship, genre and stardom", 345 p. ; Vol.3 "Social dimensions: technology, regulation and the audience", 437 p. ; Vol.4 "Cultural dimensions: ideology, identity and culture industry studies", 428 p.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Vol.1 "Historical dimensions: the development of the American film industry", 393 p. ; Vol.2 "Formal-aesthetic dimensions: authorship, genre and stardom", 345 p. ; Vol.3 "Social dimensions: technology, regulation and the audience", 437 p. ; Vol.4 "Cultural dimensions: ideology, identity and culture industry studies", 428 p.

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Hollywood Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies Contents Acknowledgements Chronological table of reprinted articles and chapters General introduction xiii xvi 1 VOLUME I HISTORICAL DIMENSIONS: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AMERICAN FILM INDUSTRY PART I Early American cinema and the emergence of Hollywood 23 1 Nickelodeon theaters, 1905-1914: building an audience for the movies RUSSELL MERRITT 25 2 Making movies RICHARD KOSZARSKI 42 3 Stars in business: the founding of United Artists TINO BALIO 79 4 William Fox presents Sunrise ROBERT C. ALLEN 93 PART 2 The classical Hollywood era 5 The Hollywood studio system: 1930-49 DOUGLAS GOMERY 105 107 6 Notes on Columbia pictures corporation 1926-1941 EDWARD BUSCOMBE 129 7 The B film and the problem of cultural distinction LEA JACOBS 147 8 Of hygiene and Hollywood: origins of the exploitation film ERIC SCHAEFER 161 9 Hollywood's semi-independent production MATTHEW BERNSTEIN 181 PART 3 Postwar transformation: Hollywood in the age of television 10 The decline of an institution GARTH JOWETT 195 197 11 Television and Hollywood in the 1940s CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON 227 12 The studios move into prime time: Hollywood and the television industry in the 1950s WILLIAM BODDY 255 13 Introduction to A Cinema of Loneliness PHILLIP ROBERT KOLKER 270 PART 4 The New Hollywood 14 The New Hollywood THOMAS SCHATZ 283 285 15 1975-1985: ten years that shook the world J. HOBERMAN 315 16 Pay television: breaking the broadcast bottleneck MICHELE HILMES 333 17 The multiplex: the modern American motion picture theater as message GARY EDGERTON 353 18 Is Hollywood America?: The trans-nationalization of the American film industry FREDERICK WASSER 364 19 Sex, lies and marketing: Miramax and the development of the quality indie blockbuster ALISA PERREN 380 VOLUME II FORMAL­AESTHETIC DIMENSIONS: AUTHORSHIP, GENRE AND STARDOM Acknowledgements PART 5 Authorship and genre 20 Toward a theory of film history ANDREW SARRIS vii 1 3 21 Authorship and genre: notes on the western JIM KITSES 18 22 Fritz Lang, incorporated MATTHEW BERNSTEIN 30 23 'Truffaut, Godard, and the genre film as self-conscious art' and `The transformation of genre: film and society in the 1970s' LEO BRAUDY 65 24 Chinatown and generic transformation in recent American films JOHN G. CAWELTI 80 25 The whiz kids JAMES MONACO 95 26 Francis Coppola and the new New Hollywood JON LEWIS 127 PART 6 The star system and star studies 27 The emergence of the star system in America RICHARD DeCORDOVA 147 149 28 Introduction to Heavenly Bodies RICHARD DYER 160 29 The Carole Lombard in Macy's window CHARLES ECKERT 176 30 Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront (1954) JAMES NAREMORE 196 31 Introduction: I'm not really a man, but I play one in the movies DENNIS BINGHAM 214 32 DeNiro and me MARTIN SCORSESE 233 PART 7 Case study in film authorship: Alfred Hitchcock 33 Introduction to Hitchcock FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT 249 251 34 Alfred Hitchcock (1899--) ANDREW SARRIS 261 35 Selznick and Hitchcock: balance of power THOMAS SCHATZ 265 36 North by Northwest: Hitchcock's monument to the Hitchcock film WILLIAM ROTHMAN 285 37 Hitchcock's The Birds: Hollywood filmmaking and reputation building ROBERT E. KAPSIS 298 38 Hitchcock and humor JAMES NAREMORE 314 39 Introduction: Hitchcock, feminism, and the patriarchal unconscious TANIA MODLESKI 329 VOLUME III SOCIAL DIMENSIONS: TECHNOLOGY, REGULATION AND AUDIENCE Acknowledgements PART 8 ix Hollywood responds to (new) motion picture technologies 40 Toward a theory of the history of representational technologies RICK ALTMAN 1 3 41 Sound and color EDWARD BUSCOMBE 16 42 CinemaScope and historical methodology JOHN BELTON 27 43 Hollywood's conversion to color: the technological, economic, and aesthetic factors GORHAM A. KINDEM 51 44 Technology as commodity and representation: cinema stereo in the fifties PHILIP BECK 66 PART 9 Regulating movie content 83 85 45 The genesis of the production code RICHARD MALTBY 46 Classical Hollywood cinema: the world according to Joseph I. Breen120 THOMAS DOHERTY 47 The Legion of Decency RICHARD CORLISS 142 48 Beyond sex and violence: "industry policy" and the regulation of Hollywood movies, 1922-1939 RUTH VASEY 189 49 Censorship: from The Miracle to Deep Throat RICHARD S. RANDALL 215 PART 10 Hollywood and Washington 50 Hollywood, the National Recovery Administration, and the question of monopoly power J. DOUGLAS GOMERY 237 239 51 Will this picture help win the war? CLAYTON R. KOPPES AND GREGORY D. BLACK 250 52 The Paramount decrees reconsidered MICHAEL CONANT 279 53 HUAC in Hollywood VICTOR S. NAVASKY 312 54 In deregulation we trust: the synergy of politics and industry in Reagan-era Hollywood JENNIFER HOLT 330 Part 11 Movie audiences 55 From exhibition to reception: reflections on the audience in film history ROBERT C. ALLEN 343 345 56 Immigrants and Spectators JUDITH MAYNE 355 57 Enticing the audience: Warner Bros. and Vitaphone DONALD CRAFTON 366 58 The new media aristocrats: home theater and the domestic film experience BARBARA KLINGER 391 59 Audiences TOBY MILLER 412 VOLUME IV CULTURAL DIMENSIONS: IDEOLOGY, IDENTITY AND CULTURE INDUSTRY STUDIES Acknowledgements PART 12 viii Film and ideology 60 The culture industry: enlightenment as mass deception T. W. ADORNO AND MAX HORKHEIMER 1 3 61 A theory of mass culture DWIGHT MACDONALD 38 62 Mass art as folk art JANE FEUER 53 63 Film, politics, and ideology: reflections on Hollywood film in the age of Reagan DOUGLAS KELLNER 69 PART 13 Representation(s) of gender and sexuality 64 Film and the masquerade: theorising the female spectator MARY ANNE DOANE 93 95 65 Fihn bodies: gender, genre and excess LINDA WILLIAMS 111 66 Masculinity as spectacle: reflections on men and mainstream cinema STEVE NEALE 127 67 Masquerading as the American male in the fifties: Picnic, William Holden and the spectacle of masculinity in Hollywood film 138 STEVEN COHAN PART 14 Racial, ethnic and cultural identity 68 The oppositional gaze: black female spectators BELL HOOKS 163 165 69 Black cinema and the changing landscape of industrial image making CRAIG WATKINS 180 70 A crash course on Hollywood's latino imagery CHARLES RAMIREZ-BERG 211 71 White RICHARD DYER 226 72 White privilege and looking relations: race and gender in feminist film theory JANE GAINES 246 PART 15 Movie marketing in the New Hollywood 73 Why are movies so bad? Or, the numbers PAULINE KAEL 265 267 74 Hollywood: the ad MARK CRISPIN MILLER 280 75 "Holy commodity fetish, Batman!": the political economy of the commercial intertext EILEEN R. MEEHAN 312 76 "007": a license to print money TINO BALIO 329 77 Consuming the planet: Planet Hollywood, stars, and the global consumer culture JOSH STENGER 346 78 A critical redefinition: the concept of high concept JUSTIN WYATT 367 Index 385

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