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Florin, Bo

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Published Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press 2013

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Statement of responsibility: Bo Florin
ISBN: 9048518180, 9089645047, 9789048518180, 9789089645043
Note: Includes bibliographical references, filmography and index.
Note: Print version record.
Language note: English.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (157 pages) : illustrations.
Series: Film culture in transition
Subject: Motion picture producers and directors California Los Angeles.; California Los Angeles.; PERFORMING ARTS Film & Video General.; PERFORMING ARTS Reference.; BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY Entertainment & Performing Arts.; Motion picture producers and directors.
Series Title: Film culture in transition.


  1. Lyrical Intimacy as Authorial Style
  2. National or International in Public Debate
  3. A European in Hollywood -- Name the Man and the Shift of
  4. Production Systems
  5. Production Cultures
  6. Contaminating Hollywood
  7. Stylistic Variations
  8. From Scientist to Clown -- He Who Gets Slapped
  9. Traces of the Narrator
  10. The Symbolic Clown
  11. Transformed Identities
  12. The Question of Whitefacing
  13. He, the Clown
  14. A for Adultery -- The Scarlet Letter
  15. Hester Prynne and the Spectacle
  16. An Aesthetics of Light
  17. Stylistic Devices
  18. Conquering Nature -- The Wind
  19. Landscape of the Origins
  20. Framing the Wind
  21. Shattering the Frame
  22. From Physical Space to Mental Space
  23. The Final Crossover
  24. Fragmented Pieces -- Writing the History of the Lost Hollywood Films
  25. Authorial Imprints: Confessions of a Queen
  26. The Divine Woman -- From Bernhardt to Garbo
  27. A Strange Interlude: The Masks of the Devil
  28. The Shadow of the Silents -- A Lady to Love
  29. One Film, Two Versions
  30. The Transition to Sound
  31. The Transition from Silents
  32. Europeans in Hollywood
  33. The Genius and the System- Some Concluding Remarks.