Hollywood Film 1963-1976: Years of Revolution and Reaction
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 1, 2011 - 392 pages
Hollywood 1963-1976 chronicles the upheaval and innovation that took place in the American film industry during an era of pervasive cultural tumult. Exploring the many ideologies embraced by an increasingly diverse Hollywood, Casper offers a comprehensive canon, covering the period's classics as well as its brilliant but overlooked masterpieces.
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