Hollywood Destinies: European Directors in America, 1922-1931
Wayne State University Press, 2002 - 288 sidor
Originally published in 1986, Hollywood Destinies was the first full-length, detailed study of the careers of major European filmmakers, including Ernst Lubitsch, F. W. Murnau, Victor Sjostrom, and Mauritz Stiller, all of whom left their native countries to work in Hollywood during the 1920s. This edition contains recent scholarship on the reception of foreign films and directors in America in the 1920s, analyzes films that were not previously available, and includes a revised and updated bibliography.
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