The Journal of Popular Film and Television (Winter 1984)

By: (Marsden, Michael T., and John G. Nachbar, eds.)

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[nice clean copy, minimal handling wear, blemished only by removal of subscription mailing label from rear cover]. (B&W photographs, graphics) Articles: "Clean Boys in Bright Uniforms: The Rehabilitation of the U.S. Military in Films Since 1978" by Claude J. Smith Jr.; "Finding an Audience: SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS" by Brenda Wineapple; "How Howard Hawks Brought BABY Up: An Apologia for the Studio System" by Richard B. Jewell (about the production of BRINGING UP BABY); "The Myth That Wouldn't Go Away: Selling Out in Hollywood" by Tom Dardis; a review/essay of the book "The Shape of Rage: The Films of David Cronenberg." Also in this issue: a poem by C.J. Charles entitled "Goodbye, Greta Garbo"; several book reviews; an index to Volume 11 of the journal.

Title: The Journal of Popular Film and Television (Winter 1984)

Author: (Marsden, Michael T., and John G. Nachbar, eds.)

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (Vol. 11, No. 4)

Publisher: Washington DC, Heldref Publications: 1984

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 21911

Keywords: Film Journals Film Criticism Film History