Stardom: Industry of Desire

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INDEX
Note: Illustrations are shown by bold figures
a
Adorno, T.W. 183
Adrian, Gilbert 35, 89, 91 ;
and Crawford 77, 80, 1, 83, 86, 7, 90
Affron, Charles 205
Alberoni, F. 57
Aldrich, Robert 193, 4, 235
Alexander, Karen viii ;
on black women xiv, 45, 54
Allen, Robert C. 9, 20
Alloway, Lawrence 211, 216
Allyson, June 143
Althusser, Louis 260
American Aristocracy58
American, The58
American Werewolf in London, An306, 7
Amos and Andy 37
Amy!147
Andrews, Eamonn 257
Angaaray128
Angel Heart52
Anger, Kenneth 280
Anna Christie206
Anna Karenina198, 9
Any Wednesday240
Arthur, C.J. 200
Arzner, Dorothy 279
Astaire, Fred 37, 38, 311, 12
Auer, Mischa 204
Autry, Gene 202
Awaara120
Ayres, Agnes 272

b
Bacall, Lauren 187
Bakhtin, M.M. 201
Balazs, Bela 210, 11
Baldwin, James 47, 52
Banky, Vilma 271
Barbarella237, 240, 241, 244, 5
Bardot, Brigitte 240
Barefoot in the Park240
Barney, Natalie 291
Barron, Steve 302
Barrymore, Ethel 37
Barrymore, John 275
Bartet, Mme 22
Barthelmess, Richard 275
Barthes, Roland:
on commutation 184 ;
on faces 276, 313 ;
on Oedipus 268 ;
on singing 300, 314
Baxter, Warner 31, 2
Belafonte, Harry 46,48
Belasco, David 8, 9, 22, 221
Belle du Jour193
Belloc-Lowndes, Marie 89
Belmondo, Jean-Paul 186
Benegal (film-maker) 124
Benny, Jack 37
Bergman, Ingrid 40, 174
Bernhardt, Sarah 13, 14, 23
Bernheim, Alfred L. 8, 14, 15
Berry, John 48
Best Years of Our Lives, The104
Beyond the Forest200, 201
Beyond the Rocks282
Bhatt, B. 111
Bhavni Bhavai128
Bhumika124
Big Knife, The235
Big Store, The39
Bilbow, Marjorie 188, 9
Binford, Lloyd T. 49
Birth of a Nation49, 276
Blackton, J. Stuart 5, 11
Blonde Venus292
Blood Money293

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