Table of contents for Postwar Hollywood, 1946-1962 / Drew Casper.

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List of Illustrations
Foreword
Preface: How to Use this Book
Part I: Cultural Overview: The Years of Change in America, 1946--62
Introduction
1 Major Historical Events
 Introduction
 1.1 The Cold War
 1.2 Civil Rights
 Conclusion
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2 Economic Situation
 Introduction
 2.1 Economic Resurgence
 2.2 Post-Industrial Society
 Conclusion
3 Societal Issues
 Introduction
 3.1 Consumer Culture and Middle-Classness
 3.2 The American Male
 3.3 The American Female
 3.4 The American Family
 3.5 Juvenile Delinquency
 3.6 Sensuality, Sex, and Violence
3.7 Social Morality
3.8 Crime
3.9 Religion
Conclusion
4 Other Popular Leisure Activities
Introduction
4.1 Television
4.2 Recordings and Radio
4.3 Theater
4.4 Adult Popular Fiction
4.5 Sports, Travel, and Home Improvement
Conclusion
Part II: Business
Introduction
5 Production and Distribution
5.1 The Antitrust Suit Wrap-Up and Fallout
5.2 The Loss of the Audience
5.3 The Decline and Shift in Product
5.4 Consolidation
5.5 The Mode of Independent Production
5.6 Runaway Production
5.7 Diversification
 5.7.1 Television
 5.7.2 Music
 5.8 Company Profiles: The Administrative and Financial Picture
 5.8.1 Radio-Keith-Orpheum (RKO)
 5.8.2 Paramount
 5.8.3 Warner Brothers
 5.8.4 Twentieth Century-Fox
 5.8.5 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
 5.8.6 Columbia
 5.8.7 Universal
 5.8.8 United Artists
 5.8.9 Disney
 5.8.10 Republic
 5.8.11 Monogram--Allied Artists
 5.8.12 American International Pictures
5.9 The Industry and HUAC
5.10 Distribution Practices
6 Exhibition
Part III: Technology
Introduction
7 Color
7.1 Ansco Color and Metrocolor
7.2 Eastman Color, Warnercolor, Color by Deluxe, Columbia Color
7.3 Trucolor by Consolidated and Cinecolor/Naturalcolor/Super Cinecolor
8 Screen Shapes and Accompanying Sound Systems
8.1 Multi-Camera Systems
 8.1.1 Cinerama and interlocked six-/seven-track magnetic stereo 
sound
 8.1.2 Cinemiracle
8.2 Anamorphic Systems
8.2.1 CinemaScope and Mag Optical stereophonic sound; Regalscope; 
CinemaScope
 8.2.2 Panavision
8.3 Widescreen
8.4 Wide-Frame Systems
 8.4.1 VistaVision and Perspecta stereophonic sound
 8.4.2 Technirama and Super Technirama
 8.5 The 70 mm/Wide-Gauge Processes
 8.5.1 Todd-AO
 8.5.2 Camera 65 and Ultra Panavision 70; Super Panavision 70
9 Three Dimension, Special Effects, and Film Production Refinements
9.1 3-D
9.2 Special Effects
9.3 Film Production Refinements
Conclusion
Part IV: Censorship
Introduction
10 Test Cases
10.1 The Outlaw (UA, 1946/RKO, 1950)
10.2 The Jane Russell Syndrome: Rita Hayworth, Marilyn Monroe, Cyd 
Charisse, Sophia Loren, and Gina Lollobrigida
10.3 The Adaptation of Controversial and Sensational Novels: Double 
Indemnity (P, 1944), Leave Her to Heaven (TCF, 1945), The Postman Always 
Rings Twice (MGM, 1946), Duel In the Sun (SRO, 1946), Forever Amber (TCF, 
1947), and Flamingo Road (WB, 1949)
10.4 Racism: Pinky (TCF, 1949) and Curley (UA, 1947)
10.5 The Bicycle Thief (1949)
10.6 Stromboli (1950)
10.7 The Miracle (1950) and the US Supreme Court Decision of 1952
10.8 Detective Story (P, 1951), Beyond the Forest (WB, 1949), The Doctor 
and the Girl (MGM, 1949), A Place In the Sun (P, 1951), People Will Talk 
(TCF, 1951) and Code Amendments of 1951
10.9 The Moon Is Blue (UA, 1953)
10.10 The French Line (RKO, 1953)
10.11 From Here To Eternity (C, 1953)
10.12 Shurlock¿s Reign and Code Readjustments of 1954; La Ronde (1950) 
and M (C, 1951)
10.13 Backlash; The Man With the Golden Arm (UA, 1955) and Picnic (C, 
1955)
10.14 The Code Revision of 1956
10.15 Baby Doll (WB, 1956), Tea and Sympathy (MGM, 1956), and The Bad 
Seed (WB, 1956)
10.16 Giant (WB, 1956), Serenade (WB, 1956), Island In the Sun (TCF, 
1957), and Sayonara (WB, 1957)
10.17	 Legion Expansion: Peyton Place (TCF, 1957)
10.18 Roth vs. US and The Game of Love (1954); The Garden of Eden 
(Excelsior Pictures, 1957)
10.19 Vertigo (P, 1958), Bonjour Tristesse (C, 1958), and Cat On A Hot Tin 
Roof (MGM, 1958)
10.20 Lady Chatterley¿s Lover (1957), And God Created Woman (1958), 
Room At the Top (1959), and Never On Sunday (1960)
10.21 Anatomy of a Murder (C, 1959)
10.22 Suddenly Last Summer (C, 1959), Some Like It Hot (UA, 1959), and 
Pillow Talk (U, 1959)
10.23 Blue Denim (TCF, 1959) and A Summer Place (WB, 1959)
10.24 Happy Anniversary (UA, 1959)
10.25 Elmer Gantry (UA, 1960)
10.26 Sanctuary (TCF, 1961) and Splendor In the Grass (WB, 1961)
10.27 Lolita (MGM, 1962) and the Code Amendment of 1961
10.28 Don Juan (1959)
Conclusion
Part V: Genre
Introduction
11 Adventure
12 Biography
13 Historical Spectacle
14 Comedy
14.1 Social Satire
14.2 Farce
14.3 Romantic Comedy
14.4 Family Comedy
14.5 Fantasy Comedy
14.6 Comedian Comedy
14.7 Black Comedy
14.8 Parody
15 Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy
15.1 Horror--Science Fiction
15.2 AIP Teenage Horror
15.3 Modern Horror
15.4 Science Fiction
15.5 Fantasy
16 Melodrama
16.1 Family Melodrama
16.2 Female Melodrama
16.3 Male Melodrama
16.4 Romance Melodrama
17 Musical
17.1 Musical Comedy and Musical Drama
17.2 Musical Biography 
18 Social Problem Film and Courtroom Drama 
18.1 Social Problem Film
18.2 Courtroom Drama	
19 Suspense Thriller
19.1 World War II and Cold War Thriller
19.2 Crime Thriller: Lawmen and Criminals
 19.2.1 Lawmen: private detective, police detective/cop, G-man, layman
 19.2.2 Criminals: gangster, prisoner, psychopath, hustler, middle-class 
felon
19.3 Social Problem Thriller
20 War 
21 Western
Part VI: Style
Introduction
22 Noir
Introduction
22.1 Determinations and Practitioners
22.2 Noir and Genre
22.3 Mode of Representation and Attitude of Mind
23 Documentary Realism and Psychological-Sociological Realism
Introduction
23.1 Determinations of a Deeper Realism
23.2 Documentary Realism: Determinations and Practitioners
23.3 Psychological-Sociological Realism: Determinations and Practitioners
23.4 Mode of Representation and Attitude of Mind
24 Other Stylistic Devices
25 Coda
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Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- United States -- History.
Motion picture industry -- United States -- History.