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From:Literature-Film Quarterly (Vol. 44, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedWhile preparing A Double Life for Universal-International, director George Cukor doubted whether Ronald Colman had the physical and vocal capacity to play the leading role of Broadway theatrical star Anthony John. The...
From:Literature-Film Quarterly (Vol. 44, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe culture and entertainment industries have a long history of producing cross-media adaptations and spin-offs of popular stories, characters, and fictional worlds. Fans of books, plays, movies, television programs,...
From:Literature-Film Quarterly (Vol. 44, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedI am writing what will be my last editorial letter for Literature/Film Quarterly, as I am stepping down as Co-Editor after the spring of 2016. Since coming aboard the journal with my hire at Salisbury University in...
From:Literature-Film Quarterly (Vol. 44, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedOne of the central images of the "Snow White" tale--perhaps the central image--presents a calcified body too pristine to conceal beneath the earth. Of course, reanimation occurs, whether it is brought about by an...
From:Literature-Film Quarterly (Vol. 44, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedGeorge Bernard Shaw's play Pygmalion, the classic story of the phonetics expert who transforms a Cockney flower girl into a lady by giving her lessons in speaking properly, makes extensive use of the human voice as a...
From:Literature-Film Quarterly (Vol. 44, Issue 1) Peer-Reviewed"Death is Life's high mead" (1) --John Keats Wandering among Vertigo's misty trees, bathed in what Robin Wood describes as "an atmosphere of romantic dream" (115), Hitchcock's Judy/Madeleine accrues the mysticism of...
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