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Virginia Wright Wexman
Abstract: Coppola's film strives to be a genre film at the same time that its origins are in the fractured past of the fantasy tale
and the continental art film. The ruptured narratives and unreadable sound track fail to provide viewers the certainty and
closure in which they have learned to constitute themselves in a comfortably integral subjectivity.
Abstract: This article analyzes the economic relations between the motion picture and television industries through the 1950s, challenging
the traditional explanations of the transition from television's "Golden Age" of live drama to the modern era of "Hollywood
television" dominated by network-licensed film series.
Robert C. Allen
David H. Shepard
J. Ronald Green
William C. Siska
Mirella Jona Affron