Study guide for exam 3

Study guide for exam 3 - Screenings Unforgiven Dr...

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Screenings Unforgiven Dr. Strangelove Roger & Me Book Chapters 11 (The Western) 12 (Hollywood and the Cold War) Other Readings Harlan Jacobson, "Michael & Me: A Leader on the Left Meets a Follower of the Left Behind" Film Comment 25.6 (November 1989): 16-26. Clips The Great Train Robbery (Porter, 1903) The Searchers (Ford, 1956) Dances with Wolves (Costner, 1990) Smoke Signals (Eyre, 1999) Star Wars (Lucas, 1977) Fail-Safe (Lumet, 1964) The Majestic (Darabont, 2001) Top Gun (Scott, 1986) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Siegel, 1956) The Atomic Cafe (Loader, Rafferty, and Rafferty 1982) The Thin Blue Line (Morris, 1988) Concepts from lectures Western: Binary oppositions: civilization vs. nature, east vs. west, women vs. men, and white men vs. Indians; Revisionist Western: noble savages, assimilation; Native Americans and contemporary representation; stages of the Western, representative films of those stages, and attitudes toward nature; how Unforgiven fits within all this The Cold War, HUAC, Friendly/unfriendly witnesses, Waldorf statement, Blacklist, Hollywood 10, Joseph McCarthy, Edward R. Murrow and See It Now, Science fiction
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