On this assignment, you will need to finish the project based on the resources you found.
Papers should develop an argument and support that argument through sustained analysis of the primary documents. The questions posed below should help guide you towards your analysis. You do not need to answer all the questions. They are included to help point you towards your argument.
The goal of the final paper is to demonstrate your ability to analyze historical documents in relationship to the period of film history that we are discussing in this course. The paper should be between 1000 to 1500 words. Be sure to indicate which prompt you are responding to!
Prompt: Spanish- and English-Language Magaznies
If you read Spanish, compare two or more issues of Cine-Mundial and/or another Spanish-language magazine digitized by the Margaret Herrick Library to two or more issues of an English-language fan magazine from the same year.
The questions posed below should help guide you towards your analysis. You do not need to answer all the questions. They are included to help point you towards your argument.
·Do the two magazines promote the same films and stars?
·Do they pitch films in the same way?
·Do they have the same advertisers?
·How would you explain the differences between the two magazines?
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Shuang Li 1 Shuang Li 101B 05/13/2021 Annotated Bibliography I chose Prompt 2: Spanish and English-language Fan Magazines Weir, John. “Music of the Sound Screen”The new Movie Magazine, edited by Hugh Weir, Tower Magazines Inc.,1930,p.6. In the December issue of The New Movie Magazine, Weir promotes the film High Society Blues and the stars in the movie Janet Gaynor and Charles Farell. Weir reviews the musical numbers in the film and the vital role they play with the audience. Senseney, Dan. “The mountain”Photoplay, Edited by Isabel Moore, MacFadden Publications, Inc.,1956,p.304. Shuang Li 2 This issue of Photoplay Magazine 1956 gives a preview of the movie The Mountain. The article provides the film set in the French Alps and teases the cast’s danger on the cold mountain. Winchell, Walter. “All Hail the King.” Motion Picture Herald, Edited by
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