ch 16 cinema-film

ch 16 cinema-film - characters In the Midst of WWII Ford...

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Chapter 16: Cinema/film: Film making revived and spread rapidly after WWI. Montage- short vivid shots In John Ford’s classic, Stagecoach , made John Wayne the prototypical hero. This superbly edited film exemplified the technique of cutting within the frame, which became a Ford trademark -Chaplin during this era. -Rise of the Studio this era The epic of the decade, David Selnick’s Gone with the Wind, a 3 and 3 quarter hour extravaganza, had an improbable plot and stereotypical
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Unformatted text preview: characters. In the Midst of WWII, Ford directed Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath, an artistic visualization of Steinbeck’s portrayal of the Depression. Citizen Kane made during this time, thought to be the best movie ever produced, because Orson Welles(director and star) brilliantly combined deep-focus photography, unique lighting effects, and rapid cutting....
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