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Contents Introduction á1 1.áFrom Curio to Mass Entertainment á00 The First Film Exhibitions in Argentina The First Feature Length Films The Beginnings of the Recording Industry and the nbsp;nbsp;TangoÆs Popularity 2.áThe American Film Moves Ahead á00 Foreign Movies Take Over The Stagnation of Argentine Cinema American Companies Launch Subsidiaries to Commercialize nbsp;nbsp;Their Own Films The Films by Jose A. Ferreyra and Nelo Cosimi Una Nueva y Gloriosa Nación 3.áThe Cinema Orchestras á00 Background Music for Silent Movies Roberto Firpo and Francisco Canaro The Impact of Julio De Caro and His Orchestra Orchestras and Musicians from Those Times Argentine Jazz Film Exhibitions in the Silent Movie Period 4.áBroadcasting in Argentina á00 The Beginnings The Rapid Development of the Broadcasting Industry nbsp;nbsp;Compared to Argentine Cinema The First Transmissions of Official Ceremonies, Sports, nbsp;nbsp;and Other Events The Alliance Between the Record Industry and Broadcasting The Popularity of Carlos Gardel 5.áThe First Sound Film Experiences in Argentina á00 The First Exhibitions The First Argentine Sound Films The Consequences 6.áThe Sound Movie Revolution á00 Its Impact American Films in English Argentine Sound Films The Cinema and Tango MusiciansÆ Crisis 7.áArgentine Cinema Becomes an Industry and nbsp;nbsp;Hollywood Makes Films in Spanish á00 Planning Comes to Argentine Film Production North American Films in Spanish Carlos Gardel as a Film Star and His Tragical Death 8.áArgentine Films at the Beginning of the Golden Age á00 The First Real Triumphs of the Argentine Screen and the nbsp;nbsp;Appearance of Local Film Stars The Beginning of the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema The Resurgence of the TangoÆs Popularity Conclusions Bibliography á00 Index á00
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Motion picture industry Argentina History, Motion pictures Argentina History