- Title Pages
- Introduction: Hollywood and the Great Depression
Chapter 1The Political History of Classical Hollywood: Moguls, Liberals and Radicals in the 1930s
Chapter 2Columbia Pictures and the Great Depression: A Case Study of Political Writers in Hollywood
Chapter 3Organisation Women and Belle Rebels: Hollywood’s Working Women in the 1930s
Chapter 4The Congressional Battle over Motion Picture Distribution, 1936–40
Chapter 5Shirley Temple and Hollywood’s Colonialist Ideology
Chapter 6Astaire and Rogers: Carefree in Roberta
Chapter 7The ‘Awful Truth’ about Cary Grant
Chapter 8Footlight Parade: The New Deal on Screen
Chapter 9Our Daily Bread: ‘Cooperation’, ‘Independence’ and Politics in Mid-1930s Cinema
Chapter 10Embodying the State: Federal Architecture and Masculine Transformation in Hollywood Films of the New Deal Era
Chapter 11‘We’re Only Kids Now, But Someday …’: Hollywood Musicals and the Great Depression ‘Youth Crisis’
Chapter 12Chaplin’s Modern Times and the Great Depression: The Reception of the Film in the US, France and Britain
Chapter 13John Ford’s Young Mr. Lincoln: A Popular Front Hero for the Late 1930s
- Notes on the Contributors
- Hollywood and the Great Depression
- Iwan Morgan, Philip John Davies
- Edinburgh University Press
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