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The American film industry, edited by Tino Balio

Label
The American film industry
Title
The American film industry
Statement of responsibility
edited by Tino Balio
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
384/.8/0973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1993.5.U6
LC item number
A87
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Balio, Tino
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Motion picture industry
  • Cinéma
  • Filmindustrie
  • Industrie cinématographique
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Filmwirtschaft
  • USA
Label
The American film industry, edited by Tino Balio
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 474-481
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nickelodeon theaters 1905-1914: building an audience for the movies
  • Russell Merritt
  • Close-ups
  • Norma Talmadge
  • Part II:
  • Struggles for control, 1908-1930
  • The decay of the Motion Picture Patents Company
  • Jeanne Thomas Allen
  • Stars in business: the founding of United Artists
  • Tino Balio
  • Part I:
  • The business of motion pictures
  • Carl Laemmle
  • The motion picture industry as a basis for bond financing
  • Halsey, Stuart & Co.
  • The coming of the talkies: invention, innovation, and diffusion
  • J. Douglas Gomery
  • Part III:
  • A Mature Oligopoly, 1930-1948
  • The motion picture industry today
  • Mae D. Huettig
  • A novelty spawns small businesses, 1894-1908
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Fortune
  • Loew's, Inc.
  • Fortune
  • The Hays office
  • Fortune
  • Part IV:
  • Retrenchment, Reappraisal, and Reorganization, 1948-
  • United States versus Hollywood: the case study of an antitrust suit
  • Ernest Borneman
  • The machine
  • The comeback of the movies
  • Freeman Lincoln
  • Hollywood's international market
  • Thomas H. Guback
  • The mass hearings
  • John Cogley
  • Censorship: from The miracle to Deep throat
  • Richard S. Randall
  • Why the movie majors are major
  • David Gordon
  • A.R. Fulton
  • The history of the kinetoscope
  • Gordon Hendricks
  • "No magic, no mystery, no sleight of hand"
  • George Pratt
  • Part I : A Novelty Spawns Small Businesses, 1894-1908 -- 1. The Machine -- 2. The History of the Kinetoscope -- 3. The Movies in Vaudeville: Historical Context of the Movies as Popular Entertainment -- 4. Nickelodeon Theaters, 1905-1914: Building an Audience for the Movies -- Part II : Struggles for Control, 1908-1930 -- 5. The Motion Picture Patents Company: A Reevaluation -- 6. Stars in Business: The Founding of United Artists -- 7. Blueprints for Feature Films: Hollywood's Continuity Scripts -- 8. The Motion Picture Industry as a Basis for Bond Financing -- 9. U.S. Film Exhibition: The Formation of a Big Business -- 10. The Coming of Sound: Technological Change in the American Film Industry -- Part III : A Mature Oligopoly, 1930-1948 -- 11. Economic Control of the Motion Picture Industry -- 12. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer -- 13. Loew's, Inc. -- 14. The Star as Market Strategy: Bette Davis in Another Light -- 15. Self-Regulation in Operation -- Part IV : Retrenchment, Reappraisal, and Reorganization, 1948- -- 16. United States versus Hollywood: The Case Study of an Antitrust Suit -- 17. Hollywood's International Market -- 18. HUAC: The Mass Hearings -- 19. Censorship: From The Miracle to Deep Throat -- 20. The Paramount Decrees Reconsidered -- 21. "What's Happening to Our Pix Biz?" From Warner Bros. to Warner Communications Inc. -- Supplement: Warner Communications' International Operations -- 22. The Changing Economics of Entertainment -- Selected Bibliography -- List of Contributors -- Index of Motion Picture Titles -- General Index
Control code
2283247
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 499 pages
Isbn
9780299070045
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
75032070
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)219748
Label
The American film industry, edited by Tino Balio
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 474-481
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nickelodeon theaters 1905-1914: building an audience for the movies
  • Russell Merritt
  • Close-ups
  • Norma Talmadge
  • Part II:
  • Struggles for control, 1908-1930
  • The decay of the Motion Picture Patents Company
  • Jeanne Thomas Allen
  • Stars in business: the founding of United Artists
  • Tino Balio
  • Part I:
  • The business of motion pictures
  • Carl Laemmle
  • The motion picture industry as a basis for bond financing
  • Halsey, Stuart & Co.
  • The coming of the talkies: invention, innovation, and diffusion
  • J. Douglas Gomery
  • Part III:
  • A Mature Oligopoly, 1930-1948
  • The motion picture industry today
  • Mae D. Huettig
  • A novelty spawns small businesses, 1894-1908
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Fortune
  • Loew's, Inc.
  • Fortune
  • The Hays office
  • Fortune
  • Part IV:
  • Retrenchment, Reappraisal, and Reorganization, 1948-
  • United States versus Hollywood: the case study of an antitrust suit
  • Ernest Borneman
  • The machine
  • The comeback of the movies
  • Freeman Lincoln
  • Hollywood's international market
  • Thomas H. Guback
  • The mass hearings
  • John Cogley
  • Censorship: from The miracle to Deep throat
  • Richard S. Randall
  • Why the movie majors are major
  • David Gordon
  • A.R. Fulton
  • The history of the kinetoscope
  • Gordon Hendricks
  • "No magic, no mystery, no sleight of hand"
  • George Pratt
  • Part I : A Novelty Spawns Small Businesses, 1894-1908 -- 1. The Machine -- 2. The History of the Kinetoscope -- 3. The Movies in Vaudeville: Historical Context of the Movies as Popular Entertainment -- 4. Nickelodeon Theaters, 1905-1914: Building an Audience for the Movies -- Part II : Struggles for Control, 1908-1930 -- 5. The Motion Picture Patents Company: A Reevaluation -- 6. Stars in Business: The Founding of United Artists -- 7. Blueprints for Feature Films: Hollywood's Continuity Scripts -- 8. The Motion Picture Industry as a Basis for Bond Financing -- 9. U.S. Film Exhibition: The Formation of a Big Business -- 10. The Coming of Sound: Technological Change in the American Film Industry -- Part III : A Mature Oligopoly, 1930-1948 -- 11. Economic Control of the Motion Picture Industry -- 12. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer -- 13. Loew's, Inc. -- 14. The Star as Market Strategy: Bette Davis in Another Light -- 15. Self-Regulation in Operation -- Part IV : Retrenchment, Reappraisal, and Reorganization, 1948- -- 16. United States versus Hollywood: The Case Study of an Antitrust Suit -- 17. Hollywood's International Market -- 18. HUAC: The Mass Hearings -- 19. Censorship: From The Miracle to Deep Throat -- 20. The Paramount Decrees Reconsidered -- 21. "What's Happening to Our Pix Biz?" From Warner Bros. to Warner Communications Inc. -- Supplement: Warner Communications' International Operations -- 22. The Changing Economics of Entertainment -- Selected Bibliography -- List of Contributors -- Index of Motion Picture Titles -- General Index
Control code
2283247
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 499 pages
Isbn
9780299070045
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
75032070
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)219748

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