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Ballantine Books presents Marilyn Monroe as The Girl; the candid picture-story of the making of "The Seven Year Itch."  Photographs by Sam Shaw.  Foreword by George Axelrod., (Shaw, Sam, photographs)
1 (Shaw, Sam, photographs) Ballantine Books presents Marilyn Monroe as The Girl; the candid picture-story of the making of "The Seven Year Itch." Photographs by Sam Shaw. Foreword by George Axelrod.
New York Ballantine Books (c.1955) NO First Edition Softcover Very Good+ 
[quite a decent copy, a bit of edgewear to the covers; the binding is intact and the spine uncreased, although about 7/16" of the spine surface has peeled off at the base and there's a one-inch closed tear along the bottom rear hinge]. Mass Market PB (B&W photographs) A paperback original, and a wonderful photo-essay by Sam Shaw of the production of Billy Wilder's THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH. As the cover promises, there are "over 100 exclusive photographs," not scene stills but off-camera and candid shots, the great majority of which feature MM herself -- including, of course, one of the most iconic shots in the history of cinema, Marilyn standing above the NYC subway grate. (The shooting of that sequence -- said to have been suggested for the film by Shaw himself -- is documented here in a series of thirteen shots.) Shaw was unquestionably one of the most talented of the many photographers who trained a lens on Marilyn during her meteoric career as the world's #1 sex symbol. 
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2nd Annual Festival of Preservation / July 7-30, 1989, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
2 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) 2nd Annual Festival of Preservation / July 7-30, 1989
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1989 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[very minor handling wear, tiny tear at base of spine]. (B&W/color photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities. Includes several pages of information about the Archive, and about film and TV preservation generally. The remainder of the book is devoted to program notes on the individual films in the festival, including: HELL'S ANGELS (1930); THE QUIET MAN (1952); THE SIGN OF THE CROSS (1932); THE BAT (1926); VIENNESE NIGHTS (1930); UNDER A TEXAS MOON (1930); THE SMILING LIEUTENANT (1931); THE SCOUNDREL (1935); HIGH, WIDE AND HANDSOME (1937); HERE COMES MR. JORDAN (1941); THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET (1947); FORCE OF EVIL (1948); "Mr. Peepers" (TV, 1952-1955); FOLLOW THRU (1930); GLORIFYING THE AMERICAN GIRL (1929); and a program featuring films from the Library of Congress Paper Print Collection, 1897-1915. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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Fourth Annual Festival of Preservation / July 10-27, 1991, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
3 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) Fourth Annual Festival of Preservation / July 10-27, 1991
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1991 NO First Edition Softcover Very Good+ 
[light handling wear, slightly warped/bent]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing erudite program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: DR. MABUSE, THE GREAT GAMBLER (1922); THE INFORMER (1935); LOVE AFFAIR (1939); HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT (1937); STRANGE IMPERSONATION (1946); CHAMPION (1949); VAGABOND KING (1930); DOCTOR X (1932); HOLIDAY (1938); and numerous others. There were also special programs devoted to: the Hearst Metrotone News Collection; animated film preservation; and the TV anthology "Hallmark Hall of Fame," including screenings of "Hamlet" (1970, with Richard Chamberlain), "Victoria Regina" (1961, with Julie Harris), and an evening with Julie Harris and director/producer George Schaefer. 
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The 12th Festival of Preservation / July 22 - August 21, 2004, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
4 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The 12th Festival of Preservation / July 22 - August 21, 2004
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 2004 First Edition Softcover Fine 
[very nice copy, clean and bright with no discernible wear] (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: PATHS OF GLORY (Stanley Kubrick, 1957); THE SCARLET LETTER (1926 and 1934 versions); WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (Billy Wilder, 1957); PENNY SERENADE (George Stevens, 1941); TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE (Mack Sennett, 1914); A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA (The Marx Brothers, 1946); two Mary Pickford films, REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM (1917) and MY BEST GIRL (1927); THE MARK OF ZORRO (Rouben Mamoulian, 1940); THE DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID (Jean Renoir, 1946); A FACE IN THE CROWD (Elia Kazan, 1957); A FAREWELL TO ARMS (Frank Borzage, 1932); and many others. There were also programs devoted to silent short films, silent animation, classic jazz on TV, Vitaphone shorts, and the short films of Sid Laverents. 
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The 13th Festival of Preservation / July 20 - August 19, 2006, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
5 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The 13th Festival of Preservation / July 20 - August 19, 2006
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 2006 First Edition Softcover Fine 
[very nice copy, clean and bright with no discernible wear] (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: OF MICE AND MEN (Lewis Milestone, 1939); BABY DOLL (Elia Kazan, 1956); GOD'S LITTLE ACRE (Anthony Mann, 1958); THE RED KIMONA (Walter Lang, 1925); CLOAK AND DAGGER (Fritz Lang, 1946); WAY OUT WEST (with Laurel & Hardy, 1937); TOPPER (Norman Z. McLeod, 1937); THE BIG COMBO (Joseph H. Lewis, 1955); MACBETH (Orson Welles, 1948); A WALK IN THE SUN (Lewis Milestone, 1946); CHICAGO (Frank Urson, 1928); FACES (John Cassavetes, 1968); and many others. There were also programs devoted to Vitaphone shorts, early western shorts, the work of Kenneth Anger, Johnny Carson before "The Tonight Show," Hearst Metrotone newsreels from 1956, the aborted production of Orson Welles's IT'S ALL TRUE. This year's event was dedicated to film preservationist Robert Gitt, and the program book includes an interview with him and quite a few laudatory full-page ads. 
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The Eighth Annual Festival of Preservation / June 27 - July 20, 1996, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
6 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Eighth Annual Festival of Preservation / June 27 - July 20, 1996
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1996 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, mild edge & surface wear]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: GILDA (1946; the cover image is also from this film, with Rita Hayworth); DESIGN FOR LIVING (1933); FEAR AND DESIRE (1953, Stanley Kubrick's first film); ROMOLA (1924); THE UNHOLY THREE (1930); ONE TOUCH OF VENUS (1948); SPEEDY (1928); SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE SECRET WEAPON (1942); and numerous others. There was also a program devoted to television appearances by Harry S Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy. 
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The Fifth Annual Festival of Preservation / April 9 - May 8, 1993, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
7 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Fifth Annual Festival of Preservation / April 9 - May 8, 1993
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1993 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[very minor handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing erudite program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: THE GUNS OF NAVARONE (1961); LIFE WITH FATHER (1947); AROUND THE WORLD VIA GRAF ZEPPELIN (1929); HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940); THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES (1941); PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1943); A DOUBLE LIFE (1948); two films by Edgar G. Ulmer, DAMAGED LIVES (1933) and STRANGE ILLUSION (1945); THAT HAMILTON WOMAN (1941); and numerous others. There were also special programs devoted to: the early development of sound for motion pictures; early color videotape (at NBC); the local Los Angeles news program "The Big News" from the mid-1960s; and Anthology Film Archives. An amazingly varied and wide-ranging festival, keyed to the 100th anniversary of the "invention" of movies. 
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The Ninth Festival of Preservation / Aug. 1-29, 1998, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
8 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Ninth Festival of Preservation / Aug. 1-29, 1998
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1998 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, faint edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Nicely-produced program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: JOAN OF ARC (1948); STAGECOACH (1939); DARK COMMAND (1940); THE FRESHMAN (1925); MACBET (1948); THE MYSTERIOUS DR. FU MANCHU (1929); DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY (1934); LILIOM (1930); THUNDERBOLT (1929); SHOCK CORRIDOR (1963): HOLLOW TRIUMPH (1948); LOST HORIZON (1937); BALL OF FIRE (1941); THE SOUTHERNER (1945); many others. There were also programs devoted to animated films, newsreels (highlighting especially the filmed record of Marian Anderson's famous 1939 Easter Sunday concert at the Lincoln Memorial), and the television work of Dinah Shore. 
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The Sixth Annual Festival of Preservation / April 7 - May 1, 1994, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
9 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Sixth Annual Festival of Preservation / April 7 - May 1, 1994
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 1994 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, very minor fingertip creases in front cover]. (B&W photographs) Program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: THE SEA HAWK (1924); two features by Cecil B. DeMille (THE PLAINSMAN and THIS DAY AND AGE); THE SPIDER (1931), co-directed by William Cameron Menzies; APPLAUSE (Rouben Mamoulian, 1929); two Frank Capra features, MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (1939) and SUBMARINE (1928); a program of early TV films featuring James Dean; THE JUNGLE BOOK (Alexander Korda, 1942); HUSBANDS (John Cassavetes, 1970); MICKEY ONE (Arthur Penn, 1965); ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (Howard Hawks, 1939); two Marlon Brando features, THE WILD ONE (1954) and THE MEN (1950); and a whole bunch of other cinematic rareties. 
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The Tenth Festival of Preservation / July 28 - August 26, 2000, (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
10 (UCLA Film and Television Archive) The Tenth Festival of Preservation / July 28 - August 26, 2000
[Los Angeles] UCLA Film and Television Archive 2000 First Edition Softcover Fine 
[very nice copy, clean and bright with no discernible wear] (B&W photographs) Nicely-produced program book for the annual festival held at UCLA to highlight their film/TV archive's recent preservation activities, containing program notes for the individual films in the festival, including: THE TIMES OF HARVEY MILK (1984); THE POWER AND THE GLORY (1933); DAUGHTER OF THE DRAGON (1931); MOLLY O' (1921); FEET FIRST (1930); THE NAKED KISS (1964); THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (1937); CHEERS FOR MISS BISHOP (1941); HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY (1941); THE INFORMER (1935); NOAH'S ARK (1928); BODY AND SOUL (1947); TABU (1931); CYRANO DE BERGERAC (1950); numerous others. There was also a tribute to pioneer television producer Fred Coe. 
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Carteles de la Época de Oro del Cine Mexicano / Poster Art from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, Agrasánchez, Rogelio Jr., and Charles Ramirez Berg
11 Agrasánchez, Rogelio Jr., and Charles Ramirez Berg Carteles de la Época de Oro del Cine Mexicano / Poster Art from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema
Harlingen TX / Guadalajara Archivo Fílmico Agrasánchez / Universidad de Guadalajara 1998 0-292-70485-2 / 9780292704855 2nd printing Softcover Near Fine 
[nice-looking copy, virtually as new with just a trace of soiling to bottom edge]. Trade PB (color poster reproductions, B&W photographs) Wonderful visual survey of Mexican movie poster art, 1936-1957; copiously illustrated with vivid reproductions of more than 200 posters. All I can say is that I wish some of those poster artists had been working in Hollywood; not that many Hollywood posters aren't gorgeous themselves, but you know what I mean -- every so often the art for some wonderful classic film is, well, less than stellar. This is a bilingual edition, with text in both Spanish and English. The more commonly-available version of this book was issued in 2001 by Chronicle Books, under the title "Cine Mexicano" -- but at less than two-thirds the length (129 pages vs. 198 in this edition). Trust me: this is the one you want to have. 
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Nabokov's Dark Cinema, Appel, Alfred Jr.
12 Appel, Alfred Jr. Nabokov's Dark Cinema
New York Oxford University Press 1974 0-19-501834-6 / 9780195018349 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj Illustrated by (dj design) Egon Lauterberg 
[remainder mark on bottom edge, slight bumping to top corners; jacket shows some wear at spine ends, spine slightly faded]. (B&W photographs) In this wide-ranging criticval work, "drawing on personal conversations with Nabokov, whom he has known for twenty years, and illustrating his argument with a wealth of brilliantly chosen photographs, Appel shows how Nabokov's writings are thoroughly steeped in film; that film has in fact become for Nabokov a whole mythology, a mental landscape almost as tangible as the landscape and architecture of his physical surroundings." A substantial part of the book is devoted to "Lolita," both the novel itself (including how Nabokov prepared himself for its writing) and the 1962 Stanley Kubrick film adaptation, for which Nabokov collaborated on the screenplay. In discussing all this, the author also touches on the work of numerous other writers (among them Nathanael West, James Joyce, Manuel Puig and Thomas Pynchon), and "discusses such topics as movie-inspired role-playing, documentary photography, the phenomenon of the child star, the effect of the comic strip on contemporary fictino, and voyeuristic games in film and literature." 
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Walt Disney Magic Moments, Arseni, Ercole, Leone Bosi and Massimo Marconi, eds.
13 Arseni, Ercole, Leone Bosi and Massimo Marconi, eds. Walt Disney Magic Moments
Milan Arnoldo Mondadori Editions 1973 NO First Edition Hardcover Good 
(pictorial boards; no dust jacket, as issued) [minor shelfwear, very light soiling to covers, tiny stain near top of front cover, one page in middle of book has come loose]. (B&W/color frame enlargements, photos) Following a very brief history of Disney's career, the book presents frame blow-up versions of ten Disney cartoons: PLANE CRAZY (1928); THE GALLOPIN' GAUCHO (1929); FLOWERS AND TREES (1932); ORPHANS' BENEFIT (1934); PLUTO'S JUDGMENT DAY (1935); MICKEY'S RIVAL (1936); DON DONALD (1936); DONALD'S NEPHEWS (1938); BRAVE LITTLE TAILOR (1938); FERDINAND THE BULL (1938) 
Price: 20.00 USD
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The Star Machine, Basinger, Jeanine
14 Basinger, Jeanine The Star Machine
New York Alfred A. Knopf 2007 1400041309 / 9781400041305 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dj Illustrated by (dj design) Carol Devine Carson 
(price-clipped, else Near Fine) [nice tight clean copy, very slight sticky residue on front pastedown (from removed bookplate); jacket shows only very light surface wear]. (B&W photographs) An examination of the Hollywood star-making machinery in its heyday, "an immensely entertaining look into the 'star machine,' examining how, at the height of the studio system, from the 1930s to the 1950s, the studios worked to manufacture star actors and actresses." 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Silent Echoes: Discovering Early Hollywood Through the Films of Buster Keaton, Bengtson, John
15 Bengtson, John Silent Echoes: Discovering Early Hollywood Through the Films of Buster Keaton
Santa Monica CA Santa Monica Press (c.2000) 1-891661-06-X / 9781891661068 First Edition Softcover Very Good 
[some edgewear and surface rubbing/scratching to covers, brief gift inscription on inside front cover] Trade PB (B&W photographs, maps) "A unique visual history of early Hollywood and other vintage locations as depicted in Buster Keaton's classic movies. Combining images from Keaton's films with archival photographs, historic maps, and scores of dramatic 'then' and 'now' photos, [this book] reveals dozens of movie locations that lay undiscovered for nearly 80 years. Part time-machine, part detective story, [the book] presents a fresh glimpse of Hollywood's most romantic era. More than a book for film, comedy, or history buffs, [it] appeals to anyone fascinated with solving puzzles or witnessing the awesome passage of time." Foreword by Kevin Brownlow. 
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Histoire en 1000 images du cinema; collection dirigee par Robin Livio, Bessy, Maurice
16 Bessy, Maurice Histoire en 1000 images du cinema; collection dirigee par Robin Livio
Paris Editions Du Pont Royal 1962 NO First Edition Hardcover Good 
(illustrated boards; no dust jacket) [heavily worn at corners; spine repaired with clear tape (binding of pages is solid)]. (B&W photographs) 1,000 images (they're numbered) illustrating the development of the cinema from Egyptian wall paintings through LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD; text and captions in French. 
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Les Truquages au Cinema, Bessy, Maurice
17 Bessy, Maurice Les Truquages au Cinema
Paris Les Editions Prisma (c.1951) First Edition Hardcover Very Good 
(tan decorated buckram; no dust jacket) [moderate shelfwear, bottom corner of front cover bumped and slightly fraying, top corners slightly bumped; mild soiling to covers; binding solid, text clean,previous owner's signature on title page]. (B&W photographs, drawings) Profusely-illustrated treatise on the history and techniques of special effects in the cinema; text in French. Preface (also in French) by Orson Welles. The last section, "Les Films a Trucs," discusses how certain special effects were achieved in KING KONG, THE INVISIBLE MAN, THE THIEF OF BAGDAD, TOPPER, DOCTOR CYCLOPS, THE THREE CABALLEROS, HELLZAPOPPIN, and several other films. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Parade's Gone By..., Brownlow, Kevin
18 Brownlow, Kevin The Parade's Gone By...
New York Alfred A. Knopf 1968 NO First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj 
[a good solid copy, previous owner's rubber-stamped signature at top of front pastedown, faint trace of foxing to bottom page edges and on the half-title page, top edge a bit dust-soiled and with some fading to black cloth at tops of covers, but the binding is solid and the actual wear to the book is minimal; the jacket has just one tiny closed tear and associated small crease at top of the rear panel, is lightly faded at the spine (typical for this title), has some light internal spotting (invisible from the pictorial exterior) and a trace of what looks like rust-staining along the right-hand edge of the front panel, and a spot of what looks like white paint at the base of the spine; this detailed blemish-report notwithstanding, this is still a nicer-than-usually-seen example of this dust jacket]. (B&W photographs) An essential work of film history (listed in "100 Books on Hollywood & the Movies"), a book that literally awakened a generation to the glories of the silent cinema, at a time when many of its most important pioneers were still around to share their memories with the author -- and to receive some of the accolades that followed in the wake of the subsequent revival of interest in silent films. Individual chapters are devoted to D.W. Griffith, Allan Dwan, Henry King, Mary Pickford, Clarence Brown, Edward Sloman, William Wellman, Cecil B. DeMille, Josef von Sternberg, Gloria Swanson, Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, Abel Gance, and others; the book also examines numerous " arts and sciences" of the movies (editing, titling, stunt work, music, cinematography, etc.). "A vivid, nostalgic, immediate portrait of an art in the making," says the jacket blurb -- truer words were never written. I daresay that younger folks, even today, are still having a fascination with silent movies awakened in them by this book -- but, alas, without the added thrill we had, in the late 1960s, from the knowledge that the great majority of the book's interviewees were still walking among us. [Included with the book is a photocopy of a published letter sent by the author to a leading film journal in 1969, detailing several dozen corrections to the text and the photo captions -- an errata slip, in essence, although I have also seen copies of the book in which a formal errata slip had been inserted by the publisher.] 
Price: 85.00 USD
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The Art of Film Music [*SIGNED*], Burt, George
19 Burt, George The Art of Film Music [*SIGNED*]
Boston Northeastern University Press (c.1994) 1-55553-193-8 / 9781555531935 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dj Signed by Author
[lightly bumped at bottom corners (both book and jacket), no other significant wear]. (musical examples) INSCRIBED ("Dear Richard / With admiration / and much gratitude for / your help") and SIGNED (first name only) by the author on the ffep. The author, a music professor and film composer, "explores music's significant role and powerful effect by analyzing several scenes in classic films produced from the 1930s through the 1980s. His thorough examination of the practical and aesthetic aspects of scoring a film is richly illustrated by the personal perspectives of such renowned composers as Hugo Friedhofer, Alex North, David Raksin, and Leonard Rosenman." Among the films whose scores are discussed in detail are THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (Friedhofer), LAURA (Raksin), EAST OF EDEN (Rosenman) and WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (North). The inscribee was director Richard Fleischer, and the music for several of his films (including FANTASTIC VOYAGE, COMPULSION and TORA! TORA! TORA!) is discussed in the text. Signed by Author 
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All That Hollywood Allows: Re-reading Gender in 1950s Melodrama, Byars, Jackie
20 Byars, Jackie All That Hollywood Allows: Re-reading Gender in 1950s Melodrama
Chapel Hill/London University of North Carolina Press (c.1991) 0-8078-1953-0 / 9780807819531 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dj 
[nice clean copy, extremely light shelfwear to book; very minor surface wear to jacket (others would call it Fine/Fine without blinking, but I'm picky)]. (Gender & American Culture) Series (B&W photographs) This book "explores the representation of gender in popular Hollywood melodramas of the 1950s, the last decade in which film enjoyed a pivotal cultural position. Both a work of feminist film criticism and theory and an analysis of popular culture, this provocative book examines from a cultural studies perspective the top-grossing film melodramas of that decade, including A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, EAST OF EDEN, IMITATION OF LIFE, and PICNIC." 
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