Saludos Amigos: Hollywood and FDR's Good Neighbor Policy

@article{Adams2007SaludosAH,
  title={Saludos Amigos: Hollywood and FDR's Good Neighbor Policy},
  author={D. Adams},
  journal={Quarterly Review of Film and Video},
  year={2007},
  volume={24},
  pages={289 - 295}
}
  • D. Adams
  • Published 2007
  • Art
  • Quarterly Review of Film and Video
  • Every student of American film history is familiar with how, after the myth-making aesthetic success of Citizen Kane (1940), Orson Welles’ second film, The Magnificent Ambersons (1942), was edited not to Welles’ intent and some scenes re-shot or added by the studio while Welles was off on some putative South American bacchanal adventure. What is generally not familiar to the film student, however, is why Welles had exited Hollywood before editing Ambersons to pursue that adventure. In short… CONTINUE READING
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