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Hollywood in the Neighborhood

Historical Case Studies of Local Moviegoing

Kathryn H. Fuller-Seeley (Hrsg.)

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Theater, Ballett

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Hollywood in the Neighborhood presents a vivid new picture of how movies entered the American heartland—the thousands of smaller cities, towns, and villages far from the East and West Coast film centers. Using a broad range of research sources, essays from scholars including Richard Abel, Robert Allen, Kathryn Fuller-Seeley, Terry Lindvall, and Greg Waller examine in detail the social and cultural changes this new form of entertainment brought to towns from Gastonia, North Carolina to Placerville, California, and from Norfolk, Virginia to rural Ontario and beyond. Emphasizing the roles of local exhibitors, neighborhood audiences, regional cultures, and the growing national mass media, their essays chart how motion pictures so quickly and successfully moved into old opera houses and glittering new picture palaces on Main Streets across America.

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movie studies, 20th century american films, history, ethnography, early film exhibition, motion pictures, national mass media, film studies, united states of america, history of hollywood, hollywood, small town theatre, race in film, government film exhibition, movies, retrospective, religion in film, american heartland, american midwest, movie show, entertainment industry, american films, film, film industry, film audiences, american audiences, political, regional cultures, local moviegoing, great depression, media studies