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Austrian Film Stereotypes: Before and After WW II Week 10, Thursday
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Today is Thursday, 27 October Write your name, the date, and your TA’s name on the card, and answer one of the three following questions: Name the two male stars from Third Man (real names) Name the director of Sound of Music and the male lead Name two awards won by SoM.
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What to take notes on: Details of filmmaking conventions that change over two generations Stereotypes -- what does an Austrian look like (Austrian ethnics, class) What becomes unacceptable after WW II (casting, plots, etc.)
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Austrian Stereotype, Pre-1938 Example: The Great Waltz (1938) Starring Austrian leading actress, Luise Rainer Bio-Pic of Johann Strauss II, “the Waltz King,” Austria’s national composer (On the Beautiful Blue Danube; Emperor Waltz; Die Fledermaus)
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Style of Pre-WWII Film Over-acting and unnatural acting (noted in Sunset Boulevard ); after WWII, film acting became more realistic. The camerawork is not elaborate, but saturation of B/W is
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course UGS 303 taught by Professor Foster during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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