The Journal of Popular Film and Television (Fall 1980) [cover: Jane Fonda and Michael Douglas in THE CHINA SYNDROME]

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

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[nice clean copy, minimal handling wear, very slight scarring to rear cover from removal of subscription mailing label]. (B&W photographs, graphics) Articles: "Mass Mediated Images: The Force of Television in THE CHINA SYNDROME" by Brian Rose; "West Craven: An Interview" by Tony Williams; "Dancing the Depression: Narrative Strategy in the Astaire-Rogers Films" by J.P. Telotte; "Hold It! Women in Television Adventure Series" by Sumiko Higashi (discusses CHARLIE'S ANGELS, POLICE WOMAN, WONDER WOMAN and THE BIONIC WOMAN); "Movie Mecca of the South: Jacksonville, Florida, as an Early Rival to Hollywood" by Richard Alan Nelson. Also includes a poem, "The Viewer" by Neal Bowers, and a discussion (by John Schultheiss) of the work of director Mitchell Leisen -- which is headlined as an "annotated filmography," but is really just an extended essay with lists of films interspersed. (In other words, it does *not* include credits for the individual films, nor is every film discussed in depth.)

Title: The Journal of Popular Film and Television (Fall 1980) [cover: Jane Fonda and Michael Douglas in THE CHINA SYNDROME]

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

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (Vol. 8, No. 3)

Publisher: Washington DC, Heldref Publications: 1980

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 21916

Keywords: Film Journals Film Criticism Film History Fred Astaire Ginger Rogers Jacksonville, Florida Television News Mitchell Leisen