Moviemogul2

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  1. @Foley_Grail I wanted to comment on 1776. Until your lecture I did not know about the deleted scene. I have a pre Nixon death video tape. I watched the uncut version today and there are several differences . 1 is in the scene where Blythe Danner greets Adams and Franklin, one is when Adams gets in to a verbal name calling (slightly different dialogue. )Another is when Jefferson is listening at the door (minimal difference) and of course the cool collected scene. You might say I know the original version quite well. Interesting to notice the changeshttp://shop.tcm.com/index.php?v=tcm_media_brand_tcm-vault&ecid=PRF-TCM-100588&pa=PRF-TCM-100588
  2. It stands to reason that if we are studying musicals we have to compare the well liked with the disliked for comparison. Ever hear the saying one mans meat is another mans poison? Just because it didn’t do well at the box office doesn’t mean it didn’t have merit. I love fantasy movies and this one is not shown enough for me
  3. When the camera closes in on the facial expression you see the aha moment. Use of color and lighting to signify a crucial moment. Lovely acting and direction make this truly enjoyable movie.
  4. I agree with Barbara c . the costumes are more subdued. Less bright colors and appear to be coordinated. Also the dance steps appear to be more coordinated so you focus on the entire group
  5. The focus on this scene is home and family. As we shift to the outside scene the value of a wife taking care of her man and doing the wash then shifts a bit to romance when she takes the shirt off the line and wraps arms around herself like a hug i think if this scene was about a child it might be more playful. i believe that this movie incorporated both positive images and negative images about blacks.
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    The Broadway Melody (1929)

    I watched two different versions and note that pre censorship regulations the costumes were more scant obviously than post regulations. I was not terribly familiar with Charles Kiing and found the acting to be not as honest as later musicals.
  7. #TWhat do you notice about the interaction between the characters in these two scenes? Please give specific examples. If you have seen either or both of these actors in other films or television shows, please share your perceptions about them. What do these clips tell you about the male/female relationships as they are depicted in the films during this era? What norms might you expect are supported under the Hollywood Film Code?CMusical What do you notice about the interaction between the characters in these two scenes? Please give specific examples. 1) first scene inferences were very suttle . Also extremely Proper. Second scene showed more sexual innuendo with the bar scene which was opposite to Ms McDonald as if to make a comment about morals If ilm Code?
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