Hollywood Quarterly - April 1946

By: Farquhar, Samuel T., et al., eds.

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[nice copy, binding fully intact, some uneven fading to rear cover]. Early issue of the one of the earlier American academic film journals, "published under the joint sponsorship of the University of California and the Hollywood Writers Mobilization," the latter represented on the editorial board by John Howard Lawson. Feature articles in this issue: "Early Film Production in England" by Georges Sadoul; "Acting and Behaving" by Alexander Knox; "They Stopped at Nothing" by John Elliot Williams (about the history and practice of movie advertising); "Advanced Training for Film Workers: Russia" by Jay Leyda; and "Advanced Training for Film Workers: France" by Charles Boyer. (Listed as members of the Motion Picture Advisory Committee are quite a few filmmakers of left/progressive orientation (some of them future blacklistees), including director Vincent Sherman, from whose estate this copy was acquired.)

Title: Hollywood Quarterly - April 1946

Author: Farquhar, Samuel T., et al., eds.

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (Vol. I, No. 3)

Publisher: Berkeley/Los Angeles, University of California Press: 1946

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Journal

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 21075