Hollywood Abroad: Audiences and Cultural Exchange

Hollywood Abroad: Audiences and Cultural Exchange

by Melvyn Stokes, Richard Maltby


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781844570515
Publisher: BFI Publishing
Publication date: 04/04/2005
Edition description: 2007
Pages: 190
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.01(d)

About the Author

Melvyn Stokes teaches American history and film history at University College, London.

Table of Contents

1.Introduction: The Americanization of the World; Richard Maltby.- 2. The Reception of American Films in France, c. 1910-1920; Raphaelle Costa de Beauregard and Melvyn Stokes;.- 3. 'A Great American Sensation': Thomas Ince's Civilization at The Palladium, Southampton, 1917; Michael Hammond.- 4. A balanced show: the Australian picture theatre manager at work in 1922; Anne Bittner.- 5. Cowboys, jaffas and pies: researching cinema-going in the Illawarra; Nancy Huggett and Kate Bowles.- 6. Hollywood and the Multiple Constituencies of Colonial India; Priya Jaikumar.- 7. 'Home of American Movies': Subaru Za and the Making of Hollywood's Audiences in Occupied Tokyo, 1946-1949; Hiroshi Kitamura.- 8. The Making of Our America: Hollywood in a Turkish context; Nezih Erdogan.- 9. Popular Films and Colonial Audiences in Central Africa; Charles Ambler.- 10. 'It's the language of film!': Young film audiences on Hollywood and Europe; Philippe Meers.

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