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“I Was a Teenage Werewolf” (1957)
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This 6 page report discusses the 1957 movie “I Was a Teenage Werewolf” directed by Gene Fowler, Jr., produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff, and starring the actor who went on to become “Little Joe,” “Pa Ingalls” and “Jonathon Smith,” Michael Landon. It seems that in 1957, the idea of a teenage boy turning into a monster at the hands of an evil doctor was as far as American imagination could stretch. In a number of ways, the movie was a comedy, a horror film, a teenage angst movie, and even something of a social commentary. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWwwolf.wps

“Ideology and Film”
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A paper which looks at the relationship between ideology and film, with reference to the ways in which the medium can both confront or reinforce the dominant ideology, and the extent to which subcultural values can also be addressed more successfully within the parameters of film than in any other medium. Bibliography lists 7 sources
Filename: JLideologyfilm.wps

“Jailhouse Rock” and Elvis Presley
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This 6 page report discusses Elvis Presley’s 1957 movie “Jailhouse Rock.” It should be noted that his movies were not all bad. “Viva Las Vegas” (1964) and “Jailhouse Rock” (1957) are two that showcase Presley at his musical best. While the movie, Elvis’ third of 33, is discussed so are the political and cultural aspects of the backdrop of the 1950s. Elvis, like him or not, was a major entertainment phenomenon and, in fact, still is. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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“Les Maitres Fous”
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A five page paper which looks at Jean Rouch’s 1954 movie, Les Maitres Fous, in terms of his perception of the Hauka community in Accra under colonial role, and the cultural and religious significance of the possession ceremony which allowed the Hauka to assimilate the constraints of colonialism into their traditional religious practices. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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