A biographical handbook of Hispanics and United States film
A Biographical Handbook of Hispanics and United States Film is the companion volume to Hispanics and United States Film: An Overview and Handbook (see p. 20). This work documents how Hispanics have participated in American film from 1894 through the contemporary period. Hundreds of actors, directors, cinematographers, and other film professionals are referenced as well as over 1,000 films in order to provide the most complete biographic and filmographic record of the participation of Hispanics in the United States film industry. Biographical data includes all available information -- full given names and stage names, vital dates, place of birth, a record of the films that the individual participated in, and awards and other recognitions. This work also provides a rich visual apparatus with over 200 illustrations including numerous photographic stills, portrait photographs, posters, lobby cards, advertisements, and other realia.
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