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Zibazoo

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  1. I didn't observe any battle of the sexes. I am surprised at how lovely the dance costuming was Ginger looked like she was floating during her numbers. Musicals produced during the depression were intended as an escape from the start reality of living.. I think the happy endings gave release for many from the bleak reality of life
  2. I found Lubisch using techniques from the silent era that amplified movement as a means to explain the storylines . Alfred was a cad and womanizer The gunshot and thezipper scene made you feel the actual energy of Alfred's machismo. You can see this techniques is progressing into a different attitude in social interaction .
  3. I think that Jeannette McDonald would have been a longer box office draw because she could portraya evolving woman in movies Nelson Eddystruck me as an actor unable to change or evolve to the movie goers perception of a modern man. I have seen McDonal in a couple of films other then her usual parings with Nelson Eddy. As society became more open and accepting of changing social norms,I think. McDonald and Eddy seemed stintedand emotionally devoid of modern morality.
  4. I think this era of films are deliberately frothy. Considering the timing so many people were desperate to have adequate food money and housing hence the atomosphere of ease. I do think if there was no review there would be more suggestive interplay between the Stars.
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