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November 1996, Week 4


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gloria monti <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 25 Nov 1996 22:34:47 -0500
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>>I'm working on a paper about Hollywood's investment in white masculinity
>        Contemporary Hollywood, that is?
>Much the same
>>can be said of _An Officer and a Gentleman_, _Lethal Weapon_, _Get Shorty_,
>>_Seven_, _Die Hard With a Vengeance_, _Dusk to Dawn_, and _The Glimmer Man_.
>>There are surely others.  Any suggestions?  I would like to compile a thorough
>>list of American films in which highly masculine blacks are overshadowed in
>>some significant way by white men.
>        Is this for SCS?
>        Hey, Lena's on Channel 13 tomorrow night.  And *nobody* invited me
>to the cocktail at the Waldorf on November 11. :-(
>        Ciao,
        I wish to apologize to Screen-L for this message which was clearly
a private one and not intended for the whole list.  I hit the wrong button.
However, I sent two messages to the moderator asking to delete it.  It
didn't happen.
        I am sorry.
gloria monti
american studies
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