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Republic Studios : between poverty row and the majors

Author: Richard Maurice Hurst
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Updated edView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Maurice Hurst
ISBN: 9780810858862 081085886X
OCLC Number: 718626546
Description: XII, 271 p
Contents: Part 1 Preface Part 2 Introduction Part 3 The Rise and Fall of Republic: A Historical Overview Part 4 Film Studies and Republic Part 5 Influence, the Motion Picture, the B Movie, and Republic Part 6 The Sound Serial and Republic's Golden Age Part 7 Captain America: A Case Study Part 8 The Serial: Beyond the Golden Age Part 9 Republic's Cowboys-The Three Mesquiteers, Gene Autry, and Roy Rogers Part 10 Republic's Other FIlms: Series and Non-Series Part 11 The Republic Legacy: Summary and Conclusion Part 12 Epilogue: The Later Years Part 13 Appendixes Chapter 14 A. Republic Serials Chapter 15 B. Republic's Three Mesquiteer Series Chapter 16 C. Gene Autry's Republic Appearances Chapter 17 D. Roy Rogers' Republic Appearances Chapter 18 E. Other Republic Series Discussed Part 19 Bibliography Part 20 Index Part 21 About the Author
Responsibility: Richard M. Hurst.


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With a talent roster that included John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and Gene Autry, Republic Pictures Corporation was the leader among B movie studios of its era. In this accessible narrative, historian and Read more...

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