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The Western, from silents to the seventies

Author: George N Fenin; William K Everson
Publisher: [New York], [Grossman], [1973]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : A new and expanded edView all editions and formats
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This revised and expanded edition contains new chapters on Italian and Japanese Westerns and on the American Westerns of the last decade. This illustrated history of the Western is the product of serious research into the truth of the West and its cinematic presentation. Here are all the stars and the heroes, outlaws, and heroines they portrayed; the themes of the Westerns; the directors; the fist- and gunfights;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Fenin, George N.
Western, from silents to the seventies.
[New York, Grossman, 1973]
(OCoLC)645895622
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George N Fenin; William K Everson
ISBN: 0670757268 9780670757268
OCLC Number: 752070
Notes: Edition for 1962 published under title: The Western, from silents to cinerama.
Description: xviii, 396 pages illustrations 23 cm
Responsibility: [by] George N. Fenin and William K. Everson.

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This revised and expanded edition contains new chapters on Italian and Japanese Westerns and on the American Westerns of the last decade. This illustrated history of the Western is the product of serious research into the truth of the West and its cinematic presentation. Here are all the stars and the heroes, outlaws, and heroines they portrayed; the themes of the Westerns; the directors; the fist- and gunfights; the Western landscapes; the Indian raids; the covered wagon treks; the rustlers; the sheriffs who pursued them.

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