Classical Hollywood cinema
Analyze a family melodrama or a musical released by a Hollywood studio between 1930 and 1957 to demonstrate that Hollywood films of the studio era were not as monolithic in their approach to narrative as Bordwell, Ray, MacCabe and others have argued.
Magnificent Obsession (Sirk, 1954)
Stella Dallas (Vidor, 1937)
Written on the Wind (Sirk, 1957)
Meet Me in St. Louis (Minnelli, 1944)
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