Controlling Hollywood: Censorship and Regulation in the Studio Era

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Matthew Bernstein
A&C Black, Jan 1, 2000 - Social Science - 292 pages
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Explaining the major forces at play behind the making of Hollywood films, this text assesses how changing values have influenced censorship in Hollywood. The text also analyses the major cultural, social, legal and religious changes and their effect on Hollywood.
 

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Contents

The 1915 Supreme Court
16
Moral Coercion or The National Board of Censorship
41
Industry SelfRegulation and the Problem
83
Industry Policy and
102
Blacks Loyalty and Motion Picture Propaganda
130
The Banning of Scarlet Street
157
Dalton Trumbo Spartacus
206
Adult Cinema and the Institution
238
Annotated Bibliography
265
Contributors
277
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