You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet: The American Talking Film: History & Memory, 1927-1949

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INDEX OF NAMES
Abbott, George, 127, 330
Abbott, John, 234
Adamson, Joe, 446
Addams, Jane, 131
Addinsell, Richard, 483
Agar, John, 208
Agee, James, 55, 56, 57, 84-85, 111, 122, 123-24, 152, 179, 251, 289, 317, 325, 370, 418, 437, 469, 483
Agel, Henri, 36, 365
Akins, Zoë, 387
Albee, Edward, 137, 406
Alberni, Luis, 315
Albers, Hans, 224
Albert, Eddie, 470
Aldrich, Robert, 476
Alexander, Ron, 439
Alexander, Susan, 291
Alexandrov, Grigori, 236
Alland, William, 288, 290
Allen, Fred, 284-85
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 368
Allen, Gracie, 47, 334, 358
Allen, Lewis, 331
Allen, Tom, 153
Allen, Vera, 174
Allen, Woody, 161, 292, 398, 415
Allgood, Sara, 197, 198, 236
Allyson, June, 65, 476
Altman, Robert, 341
Ameche, Don, 39, 103, 187, 332
Anderson, Ernest, 109
Anderson, Judith, 76, 112, 246
Anderson, Lindsay, 169, 178, 194, 362
Anderson, Mary, 252, 253
Anderson, Maxwell, 127, 183, 313, 314
Andersson, Harriet, 463
Andrews, Dana, 106, 112, 114-15, 116, 351-52, 491, 494, 496
Andrews, Del, 127
Angel, Heather, 172, 180, 252
Angelus, Muriel, 319
Anobile, Richard J., 442
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 137, 227, 238
Arbuckle, Fatty, 141, 151, 155, 157, 337
Archer, Eugene, 264, 265, 329
Arlen, Harold, 50, 63
Arlen, Michael, 377
Arlen, Richard, 83, 102, 218, 219, 270, 271, 472
Arliss, George, 187
Armendariz, Pedro, 206
Armstrong, Robert, 84, 267, 426, 468, 472
Arnold, Edward, 108, 231, 275, 308, 313, 315, 354

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgement vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Hollywood Studios 22
  • 2 - Genres 31
  • 3 - The Directors 130
  • 4 - Actors and Actresses 374
  • 5 - Guilty Pleasures 466
  • Appendix I - Academy Awards: Nominations and Winners, 1927-1949 497
  • Appendix II - New York Film Critics Circle Awards, 1935-1949 513
  • Appendix III - Best Directors, 1927-1949 515
  • Appendix IV - Best Performances, 1929-1949 527
  • Index of Films 537
  • Index of Names 553
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