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The Resource Operation Hollywood : how the Pentagon shapes and censors the movies, David L. Robb

Operation Hollywood : how the Pentagon shapes and censors the movies, David L. Robb

Label
Operation Hollywood : how the Pentagon shapes and censors the movies
Title
Operation Hollywood
Title remainder
how the Pentagon shapes and censors the movies
Statement of responsibility
David L. Robb
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Robb, David L
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1995.9.A72
LC item number
R63 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Armed Forces in motion pictures
  • Motion pictures
Label
Operation Hollywood : how the Pentagon shapes and censors the movies, David L. Robb
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 369-372) and index
Contents
  • Censoring James Bond -- 'A Commercial for Us' -- 'Discrimination Against Speech Because of its Message Is Presumed To Be Unconstitutional' -- 'Revisionist History' -- Changing History -- Bending Over Backward -- 'The Producers Will Punch It Up In Any Manner We Dictate' -- 'The Mooning of a President by a Uniformed Soldier Is Not Acceptable Cinematic License' -- Rewriting Renaissance Man -- 'It's All in the Negotiations': The Films of Jerry Bruckheimer -- 'Show Stoppers' -- Self-Censorship Is Still Censorship -- The First Amendment Doesn't Always Come First -- Approval Denied -- 'Dishonest Propaganda' -- Sanitizing JAG -- 'A 45-Minute Commercial for Marine Aviation' -- Bending the Rules -- 'I Want Page Six and Seven Completely Thrown Out Or You Don't Get to Use our Aircraft Carrier' -- Turning Vodka into Water -- Censorship: The Final Frontier -- Almost Sunk by the Navy -- Turning Movies into Recruiting Posters -- 'Editorial Control Over the Product' -- Changing Stripes --
  • An Officer, But Not a Gentleman -- 'Writing the Scene To the Admiral's Specifications' -- Join the Navy; Be Indicted -- Join the Army; Be Indicted -- Clint Eastwood vs. the Pentagon -- 'Is That Not Propaganda?' -- Sanitizing The Great Santini -- 'A Wonderful Public Relations Tool' -- Mooning the Pentagon -- Let There Not Be Light -- 'The Propaganda Value of the Film' -- Bowing to Political Pressure -- Erasing Private Pedro -- 'A Shameful Attempt to Impose Censorship on a Film' -- Lassie Wants You to Join the Army -- Babes In Arms -- Babes In Gas Chambers -- The Cy Roth Story -- 'Cooperation by the United States Navy Should Evince A Certain Reciprocity In Making Changes in the Script' -- Even Good Men Do Bad Things: The Frank McCarthy Story -- Covering Up the Cover Up -- Religiously Incorrect -- Torpedoed by the Navy -- Heroes and Villains
Control code
54407944
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
384 p.
Isbn
9781591021827
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2004003017
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Operation Hollywood : how the Pentagon shapes and censors the movies, David L. Robb
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 369-372) and index
Contents
  • Censoring James Bond -- 'A Commercial for Us' -- 'Discrimination Against Speech Because of its Message Is Presumed To Be Unconstitutional' -- 'Revisionist History' -- Changing History -- Bending Over Backward -- 'The Producers Will Punch It Up In Any Manner We Dictate' -- 'The Mooning of a President by a Uniformed Soldier Is Not Acceptable Cinematic License' -- Rewriting Renaissance Man -- 'It's All in the Negotiations': The Films of Jerry Bruckheimer -- 'Show Stoppers' -- Self-Censorship Is Still Censorship -- The First Amendment Doesn't Always Come First -- Approval Denied -- 'Dishonest Propaganda' -- Sanitizing JAG -- 'A 45-Minute Commercial for Marine Aviation' -- Bending the Rules -- 'I Want Page Six and Seven Completely Thrown Out Or You Don't Get to Use our Aircraft Carrier' -- Turning Vodka into Water -- Censorship: The Final Frontier -- Almost Sunk by the Navy -- Turning Movies into Recruiting Posters -- 'Editorial Control Over the Product' -- Changing Stripes --
  • An Officer, But Not a Gentleman -- 'Writing the Scene To the Admiral's Specifications' -- Join the Navy; Be Indicted -- Join the Army; Be Indicted -- Clint Eastwood vs. the Pentagon -- 'Is That Not Propaganda?' -- Sanitizing The Great Santini -- 'A Wonderful Public Relations Tool' -- Mooning the Pentagon -- Let There Not Be Light -- 'The Propaganda Value of the Film' -- Bowing to Political Pressure -- Erasing Private Pedro -- 'A Shameful Attempt to Impose Censorship on a Film' -- Lassie Wants You to Join the Army -- Babes In Arms -- Babes In Gas Chambers -- The Cy Roth Story -- 'Cooperation by the United States Navy Should Evince A Certain Reciprocity In Making Changes in the Script' -- Even Good Men Do Bad Things: The Frank McCarthy Story -- Covering Up the Cover Up -- Religiously Incorrect -- Torpedoed by the Navy -- Heroes and Villains
Control code
54407944
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
384 p.
Isbn
9781591021827
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2004003017
Other physical details
ill.

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