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Abstract: Relying on industrial, educational, and governmental sources, this article examines the reception of "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"
upon its release and the attempts at that time to influence and regulate that reception.
Abstract: Camp, largely understood as a reception practice, may be invoked as a production practice to understand stylistic influences
in musical films produced at MGM by the Freed Unit.
Ilsa J. Bick
Abstract: This essay explores the unconscious fantasies of "ST's" master narrative in this neverending story of a company of latency-aged
boys and provides a window into certain facets of "ST" fandom.
Abstract: Using the popular syndicated series, this essay explores the gendered connotations of television reception and their implications
for feminism and television studies.
Paula J. Massood
Abstract: Images of the city in the two films reveal it as both utopia and dystopia and as a primary metaphor for the African American
Robert Lang, Greg Martino