4 edition of British stars and stardom found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Bruce Babington|
|LC Classifications||PN1998.2 .B75 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 260 p. :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|ISBN 10||0719058406, 0719058414|
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Deals analytically with the fascinating topic of the great film stars (and some thought-provoking lesser ones) of the British cinema, from Alma Taylor and Ivor Novello in the Silent period, up to the present day. Looks both at stars who attained worldwide fame through the Hollywood cinema, and those whose contribution is primarily to the national cinema.
I had high hopes when I sent for BRITISH STARS AND STARDOM. Alas, this collection of 17 essays on stars such as Sean Connery, Trevor Howard, Julie Andrews, Deborah Kerr, Albert Finney, Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, James Mason, Alec Guinness and other 'Mother Country' thespians is a turn-off for all but students taking college-level film /5(2).
British stars and stardom is a collection of 17 essays and a detailed introduction which deals analytically with the topic of the great film stars (and some thought-provoking lesser ones) of the British cinema, from Alma Taylor and Ivor Novello in the silent period, up to the present day.
British stars - even the most famous such as James Mason 4/5(1). Get this from a library. British stars and stardom: from Alma Taylor to Sean Connery. [Bruce Babington;] -- This work looks both at stars who attained worldwide fame through the Hollywood cinema, and those whose contribution is primarily to the national cinema.
The essays cover the whole history of British. Introduction - British Stars and Stardom 2. 'Our English Mary Pickford': Alma Taylor and ambivalent British stardom in the s - Jon Burrows 3. The curious appeal of Ivor Novello - Lawrence Napper & Michael Williams 4.
The extraordinary ordinariness of Gracie Fields: anatomy of a British star. Babington, Bruce () (ed.) British Stars and Stardom: From Alma Taylor to Sean Connery, Manchester: MUP.
Barker, Martin () ‘Introduction’, in Thomas Austin and Martin Barker (eds), Contemporary Hollywood Stardom, London: Arnold, pp. 1– The first full-length academic study to deal exclusively with female stardom in British cinema.
Film stars are often seen as a Hollywood creation but this book explores how British cinema developed its own culture of stardom, and how its female stars have been prized by audiences worldwide.
British stars and stardom is a collection of 17 essays and a detailed introduction which deals analytically with the topic of the great film stars (and some thought-provoking lesser ones) of the British cinema, from Alma Taylor and Ivor Novello in the silent period, up to the present day.4/5(1).
Pure Dynamite is a blow by blow account of the career of Tom Billington, who wrestled solo as The Dynamite Kid, and with Davey Boy Smith as half of the British Bulldogs tag team. Twice world champion, Billington was featured in the pages of Playboy magazine and was an international celebrity/5(84).
After twenty years of hard work on stage and both television and film, there are not many other actresses who deserved the success, recognition and stardom which Brenda Blethyn has now achieved. Born in in Ramsgate, Kent, England, she started her career at British Rail in the s.
Saving. British critic Alexander Walker notes that stardom has dominated American movies more than any other country. In this informative book he notes that "stars" reflect the needs, drives and dreams of US society.
He examines key figures: Lillian Gish, Crawford, Davis, Gable, John Wayne, /5. Books shelved as humorous-crime-fiction: Deadly Deals by Fern Michaels, The Skeleton in the Closet by M.C.
Beaton, There Goes the Bride by M.C. Beaton, A. Cinema's glamor has always been inseparable from star performances and star images. Through the intensive examination of films, magazines, and advertising, as well as critical texts, Richard Dyer analyzes the historical, ideological, and aesthetic significance of stars, changing the way we understand screen icons.
He pays particular attention to Marlon Brando, Bette Davis, Marlene Dietrich. British Stars and Stardom: From Alma Taylor to Sean Connery. Manchester University Press, Pym, John.
Time Out Film Guide. Time Out, External links. Intimate Games on IMDb This article related to a British film of the s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by. Get this from a library. Searching for stars: stardom and screen acting in British cinema.
[Geoffrey Macnab] -- Explores the reasons behind British cinema's failure to create its own stars. The text looks at the way theatre and music hall spawned their stars, and asks why so many of them found the transition.
A list, in my opinion, of the 40 best British Actresses working today. This is based on skill, notoriety, success and overall fame. One of the world's most famous and distinguished actresses, Dame Maggie Smith was born Margaret Natalie Smith in Essex.
Her Scottish mother, Margaret (Hutton), worked as a secretary, and her English father. Re-evaluates a critically neglected period in British film history Organised around four themes: stardom; film production, film style and the wider cultural context Acts as a companion volume to the monograph Transformation and Tradition in s B.
Stardom is the state of being very famous, usually as an actor, musician, or athlete. In she shot to stardom on Broadway in a Noel Coward play. Synonyms: fame, celebrity, prominence, glory More Synonyms of stardom.
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Explores the reasons behind British cinema's failure to create its own stars. The text looks at the way theatre and music hall spawned their stars, and asks why so many of them found the transition to film so awkward.
It compares the British star system with that of Hollywood. What sort of contracts were British stars. British Stars and Stardom: From Alma Taylor to Sean Connery Bruce Babington.
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This chapter looks at shifts in the configuration of female stardom in British cinema in the s, making use of a detailed case study of the new ‘quirky’ model of screen stardom represented by Liverpudlian actress Rita Tushingham and how she navigated a career from the British New Wave realist film movement to the phenomenon of ‘swinging London’ in the mid to late s.
Introduction: Film-Philosophy and Stardom Stacey researched the views and memories of British women who had watched the big Hollywood stars such as Ava Gardner, Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth and Doris Day, and investigated how the fans related to these stars.
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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Indian Film Stars offers original insights and important reappraisals of film stardom in India from the early talkie era of the s to the contemporary period of global blockbusters. The collection represents a substantial intervention to our understanding of the development of film star cultures in India during the 20th and 21st centuries.
The contributors seek to inspire and inform further. With a focus on British stars, Andrew Spicer (UWE, Bristol), Llewella Chapman (University of East Anglia) and, James Chapman (University of Leicester) demonstrated how different archives can hold different types of information which can be used, in particular accessing financial records to examine the costs of stardom in the ‘(British) Stars.
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The Essence of Stardom. By Richard Brod y. J Save this story for later. trying to figure out the fascination that stars exert. The playwright and essayist James Harvey’s new book.
The Journal of British Cinema and Television is the prime site for anyone interested in reading or publishing original work in the fields of British cinema and television.
Themed issues alternate with general ones, and each issue contains a wide range of articles, substantial book reviews and conference reports, an in-depth interview with a Cited by: 3.
About the Author Phil Powrie is editor of Contemporary French Cinema: Continuity and Difference () and author of Jean-Jaques Beineix (). Ann Davies is author of Don Juan and Changing Gender Relations (). Bruce Babington is editor of British Stars and Stardom: From Alma Taylor to Sean Connery () and author of Launder and Gilliat ().
All the editors teach at the. Stardom brings together for the first time some of the major writing of the last decade which seeks to understand the phemomenon of stars and stardom.
Gathered under four headings - The System, Stars and Society, Performers and Signs, Desire and Politics - these essays represent a range of approaches drawn from film history, sociolgy, textual Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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Access the eBook. Format electronic resource. Book description: Despite the recent explosion of scholarly interest in “star studies,” Brazilian film has received comparatively little attention. As this volume demonstrates, however, the richness of Brazilian stardom extends well beyond the ubiquitous Carmen Miranda.
Among the studies assembled here are Pages: British actors, in particular, Davis told me, were often promoted as “stars” for their tours in the U.S. as a way to ensure that large audiences would come to witness their performances.
During the first half of the twentieth century, the British film industry operated very much in the shadow of the Hollywood studio system, both in terms of trying to compete and attempting to shape a national identity.3 British stardom was based on the Hollywood template, but British stars themselves were never archetypes in the Hollywood sense.
Table of Contents. List of illustrations Acknowledgements Notes on contributors Introduction: Star-Making, Cult-Making and Forms of Authenticity; & PART I: CONNECTING 'CULT' AND 'STARDOM' Cult Movies With and Without Cult Stars: Differentiating Discourses of Stardom; Marginal Moments of Spectacle: Character Actors, Cult Stardom and Pages: a self-luminous celestial body that consists of incandescent gases and is similar in nature to the sun.
The sun seems incomparably larger than the stars only because of its proximity to the earth: light travels from the sun to the earth in 8⅓ min, while from the nearest star, α Centauri, in four years and three months. Owing to their great distances from the earth, stars are visible as. The book is dedicated to Garrett’s parents, who are involved in his career: his father designed the official Stampy logo, while his mother helps to moderate his Facebook fan page.
Lasting Stars examines the issue of stardom and longevity and investigates the many reasons for the persistence or disappearance of different star h a selection of chapters that look at issues such as inappropriate ageing, national identity and physical characteristics, this book will be the first volume to consider in depth and breadth the factors that affect the longevity of.
The book is divided into three chapters: “Stardom”, “Performance”, and “Persona”, that discuss aspects of Kidman’s broad range of roles, acting technique, and brand image/5. The British Actresses Captivating Hollywood. By Sylvia Ogweng. 17 Feb AM.
These leading British ladies are wowing audiences on and .The term 'cult film star' has been employed in popular journalistic writing for the last 25 years, but what makes cult stars distinct from other film stars has rarely been addressed.
This collection explores the processes through which film stars/actors become associated with the cult label, from Bill Murray to Ruth Gordon and Ingrid Pitt.