Boom and bust the American cinema in the 1940s /
Covers the period of 1939-1949, when the film industry came to grips with the development of the documentary, a shift to independent production, renewed government antitrust activity, and the emergence of television as a competitor.
New York, N.Y. :
Charles Scribner's Sons,
|Series:||History of the American cinema ;
v. 6 |