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Becoming Hal Ashby: Intersectional Politics, the Hollywood Renaissance and Harold and Maude (1971)

The Hollywood Renaissance : Revisiting American Cinema’s Most Celebrated Era

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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... and partly due to his problematic fit with the discourse of the Hollywood Renaissance.As I noted in an earlier work,Philip Drake, ‘Reputational Capital, Creative Conflict and Hollywood Independence: The Case of Hal Ashby’, in American...

“There’s Blood on the Walls”: Serial Killing as Post-9/11 Terror in The Strangers

Murders and Acquisitions : Representations of the Serial Killer in Popular Culture

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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... to the ‘third-wave’ feminism of the 1990s onward, in which no one particular definition of feminism is privileged over another and gender roles are noticeably more fluid. As Leslie Heywood and Jennifer Drake (1997, 2) explain, “Because our...

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The Griffith Project Volume 9 : Films Produced in 1916-18

British Film Institute, 2005

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... Lincoln (Officer Lambert); Robert Lawler (Constable Drake); Carl Stockdale (Gordon Sanderson); [according to modern sources:] Madame Sul-Te-Wan (Black Cindy)Archival sources: George Eastman House, 16mm acetate reversal positive; Library...