The Journal of the University Film Association (Spring 1979) [special issue: Economic and Industry History of the American Film]

By: (Allen, Jeanne Thomas, guest editor)

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[light external soiling, soft vertical crease in front cover (unobtrusive), a little dog-earing at top edge of rear cover, subscription mailing label on rear cover]. An exceptionally rich selection of scholarly articles on various aspects of American film history. Contents: "Copyright and Early Theater, Vaudeville and Film Competition" (Jeanne Thomas Allen); "Vitascope/Cinematographe: Initial Patterns of American Film Industrial Practice" (Robert C. Allen); "The Role of the Western Film Genre in Industry Competition, 1907-1911" (Robert Anderson); "Hollywood's Conversion to Color: The Technological, Economic and Aesthetic Factors" (Gorham A. Kindem); "The Collapse of the Federated Motion Picture Crafts: A Case Study of Class Collaboration" (Ida Jeter); "Hollywood, the National Recovery Administration and the Question of Monopoly Power" (J. Douglas Gomery); "Sherlock Holmes: Genre and Industrial Practice" (Mary Beth Haralovich). Also includes a review of the book "A History of Motion Picture Color Technology" by Roderick T. Ryan.

Title: The Journal of the University Film Association (Spring 1979) [special issue: Economic and Industry History of the American Film]

Author: (Allen, Jeanne Thomas, guest editor)

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Edition: (Vol. XXXI, No. 2)

Publisher: Houston TX, University Film Association: 1979

Binding: Journal

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 23360

Keywords: Motion Picture History Film Industry Sherlock Holmes