The Journal of the University Film Association (Winter 1978) [issue theme: Topics in American Film History]

By: (Lyons, Timothy J., ed.)

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[slight bumping to top of spine, no other discernible wear]. (B&W photographs) This issue features a nice variety of scholarly articles on various aspects of American film history, prefaced by "A Vision of the Outside World," a transcript of remarks made by President Jimmy Carter at a White House event. Contents: "G.M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson: The Screen Cowboy Who Meant Business" (Lane Roth and Tom W. Hoffer); "D.W. Griffith and the Banks: A Case Study in Film Financing" (Janet Wasko); "The Impact of THE JAZZ SINGER on the Conversion to Sound" (Jonathan D. Tankel); "'The Advance Guard of a New Motion Picture Art': Experimental Cinema, 1930-1933" (Thomas Brandon); "The Bar Mitzvah of the Movies: The AFI and the White House" (Timothy J. Lyons). Among the books reviewed is Andrew Sarris's "The John Ford Movie Mystery," and this issue also contains Part III of "Germany and the German Film, 1930-1945: An Annotated Research Bibliography," listing research libraries, archives, and other sources, by Richard Alan Nelson.

Title: The Journal of the University Film Association (Winter 1978) [issue theme: Topics in American Film History]

Author: (Lyons, Timothy J., ed.)

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (Vol. XXX, No. 1)

Publisher: Philadelphia, University Film Association: 1978

Binding: Journal

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 25614

Keywords: Film History