Masked Men: Masculinity and the Movies in the Fifties

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WORKS CITED

In quoting from periodicals published in the fifties, as well as using my own copies and the collections in the Library of Congress and the library of my home institution (with invaluable assistance from Interlibrary Loans), I have drawn on files in the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center, New York City (abbreviated as NY Public), and, more extensively, in the Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles (abbreviated as Herrick). The Herrick collection divides its files according to person or production, and I have followed that distinction here. (I should also note that the Herrick library often identified the Los Angeles Citizen‐ News by the name of its regional editions, such as the Hollywood or Beverly Hills Citizen, and I have followed their citations.) The Herrick library has, as part of its holdings, the Production Code Administration files in the Motion Pictures Association of America Collection, and these are designated as a PCA file here and in my notes.

Ager, Cecelia. "Brando in Search of Himself" New York Times Magazine 25 July 1954: 24, 33. Brando file, Herrick.

" All About Eve: Kinsey Reports on American Women." Newsweek 24 Aug. 1953: 68-71.

Allmendinger, Blake. The Cowboy: Representations of Labor in an American Work Culture. New York: Oxford UP, 1992.

Alloway, Lawrence. The Long Front of Culture ( 1959). Qtd. in Pacific Film Archive program notes. 14 Apr. 1991. North by Northwest file, Herrick.

—. Violent America: The Movies, 1946-1964. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1971.

" The All-Time Film Blockbuster." Hollywood Reporter 5 Apr. 1957: 1, 8. Ten Commandments file, Herrick.

Anderson, Robert. Tea and Sympathy. 1953. New Voices in theAmerican Theatre. New York: Modern Library, 1955. 377-463.

Anger, Kenneth. Hollywood Babylon II. New York: Dutton, 1984.

Archerd, Army. "Who Needs Hair?" Photoplay Feb. 1957: 64-65, 109-10.

Archer, Jules. "Don't Hate Yourself in the Morning." Playboy Aug. 1955: 21, 32-33.

—. "Will She or Won't She?" Playboy Jan. 1956: 13, 64.

Armour, Richard. "Age of the Chest." Playboy July 1958: 57, 65.

Armstrong, George. "Are Actors Sissies?" Photoplay Feb. 1953: 52-53, 97.

Arnold, Maxine. "Nobody Asked Him." Photoplay Dec. 1953: 52-53, 87-90.

" As It Happened: The Great Debates 1960." A&E Cable Network. 26 Sept. 1990.

Attwood, William. "Why Does He Work So Hard?" Look 4 Mar. 1958: 71-75.

—. The Twilight Struggle: Tales of the Cold War. New York: Harper, 1987.

Axelrod, George. The Seven Year Itch:A Romantic Comedy. 1952. New Voices in the American Theatre. New York: Modern Library, 1955. 301-75.

Babington, Bruce and Peter William Evans. Affairs to Remember: Hollywood Comedy of the Sexes. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1989.

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  • Arts and Politics of the Everyday *
  • Masked Men - Masculinity and the Movies in the Fifties *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction *
  • 1: The Spy in the Gray Flannel Suit *
  • 2: The "Paradox" of Hegemonic Masculinity *
  • 3: Tough Guys Make the Best Psychopaths *
  • 4: The Body in the Blockbuster *
  • 5: The Age of the Chest *
  • 6: Why Boys Are Not Men *
  • 7: The Bachelor in the Bedroom *
  • Epilogue: Who Was That Masked Man? *
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  • Works Cited *
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