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Primitive Encounters: Film and Tourism in the North American West
This article analyzes the relationship between Hollywood and the tourist in dustry in constructing analogous representations of the Canadian Northwest and the U. S. Southwest by comparing Rose-MarieExpand
Vacationland: Film, Tourism, and Selling Canada, 1934-1948
Resume: Cet essai examine l'histoire des politiques et des interventions du gouvernement canadien dans l'utilisation de film cinematographiques pour vendre le Canada comme un lieu de vacances auxExpand
James Oliver Curwood: Advertising Canada across the Border
Abstract:Using an intermedial approach, this essay examines James Oliver Curwood's role in promoting Canada as a destination for American tourists and settlers in the early 20th century. A native ofExpand
All Aboard! Travel Films, Railroads, and the North American West, 1897–1910
Beginning with the first travelogues of the late 1890s, the film and tourism industries collaborated both directly and indirectly to shape representations of North America’s western landscape and itsExpand
The Tourism of Titillation in Tijuana and Niagara Falls: Cross-Border Tourism and Hollywood Films between 1896 and 1960
In the popular imaginary, Tijuana, Mexico is notorious for its liberal laws concerning prostitution, gambling, and narcotics. Conversely, Niagara Falls, Canada apparently offers visitors onlyExpand