Lawrence W. LEVINE - History - 1988 - 306 pages
Looks at the development of a split between serious and popular culture in America and discusses drama, opera, orchestral music, art, and literature
John Douglas Eames - Performing Arts - 1985 - 368 pages
Provides a year-by-year description of major films by the Hollywood studio, and includes cast, credits, synopsis, and a list of the studio's Academy awards and nominations
Steven J. Ross - History - 1999 - 367 pages
This path-breaking book reveals how Hollywood became "Hollywood" and what that meant for the politics of America and American film. Working-Class Hollywood tells the story of ...
Gaylyn Studlar - Performing Arts - 1988 - 247 pages
In a major revision of feminist-psychoanalytic theories of film pleasure and sexual difference, Studlar's close textual analysis of the six Paramount films directed by Josef ...
Judith Mayne - Biography & Autobiography - 1994 - 209 pages
Dorothy Arzner was the exception in Hollywood film history—the one woman who succeeded as a director, in a career that spanned three decades. In Part One, Dorothy Arzner's ...