1. Bette Davis made over in wartime: The feminisation of an androgynous star in Now, Voyager (1942)
  2. Martin Shingler
  3. pp. 269-280
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  1. The novelist as Hollywood star: Author royalties and studio income in the 1920s
  2. Vincent L. Barnett
  3. pp. 281-293
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  1. Albany Ward and the development of cinema exhibition in England
  2. Patricia Cook
  3. pp. 294-307
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  1. The ‘Reol’ Story: Race Authorship and Consciousness in Robert Levy’s Reol Productions, 1921–1926
  2. Christina Petersen
  3. pp. 308-324
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  1. The war of the accents: Spanish language Hollywood films in Mexican Los Angeles
  2. Colin Gunckel
  3. pp. 325-343
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  1. Motion pictures’ greatest year (1938): public relations and the American film industry
  2. Catherine Jurca
  3. pp. 344-356
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  1. Lawyers, Bibliographies, and the Klan: Griffith’s resources in the censorship battle over The Birth of a Nation in Ohio
  2. Paul McEwan
  3. pp. 357-366
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  1. Protecting Protestantism: The Ku Klux Klan vs. The Motion Picture Industry
  2. Tom Rice
  3. pp. 367-380
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  1. Violent youth: The censoring and public reception of The Wild One and The Blackboard Jungle
  2. Jerold Simmons
  3. pp. 381-391
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  1. Introduction: Studio Systems
  2. Richard Koszarski
  3. pp. 267-268
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