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Test 3 prep0001 - attitudes and approaches to directing we've discussed What directors were known for what styles(in terms of their approaches t9

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Discuss some issues pertaining to the transition from silent film to sound. What were the issues! problems? Were they all technical? Solutions? Who were some of the key figures (the review sheet might be helpful here)? Spend some time on this question, it's important. What were some of the things the production code prohibited? Did certain things that went against the code seem to rankle the Hays office more than others? What and why? Who were some key players in the censorship issues besides the Hays office? Be broadly familiar with censorship issues as they relate to the films we've watched. What are some of the different
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course FILM 3051 taught by Professor Watson during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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