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Alcohol in the Movies, 1898-1962

A Critical History

by Judy Cornes

  • 178 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by McFarland & Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Film theory & criticism,
  • Film & Video - History & Criticism,
  • Cinema/Film: Book,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Film & Video - General,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • Alcoholism in motion pictures,
  • Drinking of alcoholic beverages in motion pictures

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8139538M
    ISBN 100786426330
    ISBN 109780786426331

      In the book Alcohol in the Movies, A Critical History there is this passage: When Cagney received the American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award on Ma , he made a gracious, understated, thoughtful acceptance speech in which he offered a number of thanks to those people from his youth who had influenced his acting style. Alcohol advertising such as direct advertising on television, at movie theaters, and product placement in movies has been linked to adolescent drinking. 12 – 15 Favorable images of alcohol use are common in movies, and many such images are delivered to children and adolescents through entertainment media (box office, DVD, television, and Cited by:

    Judy Cornes. Alcohol in the Movies, McFarland, pages; $ [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Along with cigarettes, alcohol has maintained a steady and plentiful career in motion picture productions. Its prevalence and representation. Effects of Alcohol Exposure in Movies. Research from exposes some worrisome patterns in alcohol use among teens. A study of 6, 10 to year-olds found that those who more regularly watched movies featuring alcohol consumption were twice as likely to drink and three times as likely to binge drink than those who didn’t watch as many movies with drinking.

      “Product placement in movies is forbidden for cigarettes in the USA, but is legal and commonplace for the alcohol industry, with half of Hollywood films containing at least one alcohol .   An alcoholic struggles with his addiction while vacationing alone at his family's cottage.


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Alcohol in the Movies, A Critical History by Judy Cornes (Author)Format: Paperback. Turn-of-the-century films typically treated drinking as a subject for comedy and ridicule, and the comic possibilities translated well into silent movies.

As talkies developed and the film industry matured, alcohol's portrayal was reflected in the times: prohibition, the Great Depression, the war years, and as social commentary. Alcohol in the Movies, – A Critical History $ Only 4 left in stock. Here is a study of 64 years of alcohol as portrayed in film.

The author begins with the appearance in of what is probably the first commercial: a second film of men in kilts dancing and the words "Scotch Whiskey" appearing in the background.

Alcohol in the movies: a critical history. [Judy Cornes] -- "Here is a study of 64 years of alcohol as portrayed in film. Beginning with the appearance in of what is probably the first commercial: a second film of men in kilts dancing and the words. Get this from a library. Alcohol in the movies, a critical history.

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Table of Contents Preface ix Introduction 1 One. Comic Situations Two. No Way Out Three. Gangsters and Prohibition Four. Alcohol in the Movies The White Logic of W.C. Fields Five. Alcohol and the High Life in the s Six.

Alcohol and the Thwarted Artist Seven. Three Stars Are Born Eight. The Alcoholic Reporter Nine. OBJECTIVES: To investigate the hypothesis that exposure to alcohol consumption in movies affects the likelihood that low-risk adolescents will start to drink alcohol.

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