The Art of American Screen Acting, 1912-1960

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Celebrates and analyses many of the so-called ""pre-Brando"" actors of the classic Hollywood period and makes a case for their more heightened but just as valid style. Often dismissed as old-fashioned, these players deserve this new look and new reckoning that places them as icons of creativity and pleasure before more naturalistic Method actors of the 1950s like Brando and James Dean took over.

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