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Stacy Zellmann <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 12 Dec 2003 11:38:18 -0600
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Dear ListServ Administrator:

Please post this to Screen-L. Also, please let me know if you'd like to
review the book for your listserv.  Thanks!

Best wishes,
Stacy Zellmann
Direct Marketing Manager
University of Minnesota Press
111 Third Avenue South, Suite 290
Minneapolis, MN 55401-2520

An innovative approach to the relationship between filmmaking and society
during Hollywood¹s golden age.

HOLLYWOOD OUTSIDERS: The Adaptation of the Film Industry, 1913­1934
Anne Morey
University of Minnesota Press | 328 pages | 2003
ISBN 0-8166-3732-6 | hardcover | $63.95
ISBN 0-8166-3733-4 | paperback | $22.95
Commerce and Mass Culture Series

In the 1910s and 1920s, Hollywood sought to establish new connections
between audience and industry, suggesting means by which outsiders could
become insiders. Hollywood Outsiders looks at how disparate entities
conceived of these connections, and combines discussions of cultural
politics with a broader argument about how outsiders viewed the film
industry as a vehicle of self-validation and of democratic ideals.

For more information, visit the book's webpage:

For more information about the Commerce and Mass Culture Series, visit its

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