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"Allan D. Campbell" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 2 Nov 1998 18:17:39 -0600
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Mary Beth Haralovich has a brief entry on COLOR with reference to spectacle,
narrative, and the gendering of Hollywood stars in Annette Kuhn's *The
Women's Companion to International Film* (London: Virago Press, 1990; or
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994) and a longer essay on the
ideological implications of color in Sirk's *All That Heaven Allows* in a US
anthology edited by a man, Peter Lehman, *Close Viewings: An Anthology of
New Film Criticism* (Tallahassee: Florida State University Press, 1990).  Allan
At 08:05 AM 10/30/98 -0500, Bonnie Burns wrote:
>        I'm looking for an article I once encountered...sadly, I can't
>remember the author or the title.  It discussed color in film as another
>form of spectacle associated with stasis/display/femininity.  Does this
>sound familiar to anybody?  It was in an introductory collection to film
>studies, British publisher, female editor.  Ideas about titles/authors for
>either of these citations would be SO appreciated.
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