Table of contents for Cinema's conversion to sound : technology and film style in France and the U.S. / Charles O'Brien.

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Introduction: National Cinema after Recorded Sound
1. Sound's Impact on Film Style: The Case for Homogenization
2. Film History after Recorded Sound: From Crisis to Continuity
3. The Talkies in France: Imported Films as Exemplars
4. Sound-Era Film Editing: International Norms, Local Commitments
5. Shooting and Recording in Paris and Hollywood
6. Hollywood Indigenized: Pathé-Natan and National Popular Cinema
Conclusion: Sound and National Film Style--Past and Present
Filmography: French Films, 19301933

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sound motion pictures History, Motion pictures France History, Motion pictures United States History, Sound Recording and reproducing France History 20th century, Sound Recording and reproducing United States History 20th century