The Catholic Church and Hollywood Hardback

Censorship and Morality in 1930s Cinema

by Alexander McGregor;

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The Catholic Church and Hollywood

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During the 1930s, the Catholic Church in the US was engaged in a metaphorical 'war' against the increasingly modern and secular values of the American public. Alexander McGregor offers a detailed account of how the Church, feeling itself to be under siege, used media - and particularly cinema - to reach out to Americans. The 1930s were the 'golden age' for Hollywood, and the Church saw the film industry as an opportunity to engender a pro-Catholic social moral code among the US population. McGregor examines the ways in which the American Catholic Church sought to directly influence film production through its involvement with censorship bodies such as the Legion of Decency, and through Catholics in positions of influence within Hollywood itself. This is a vital new contribution to the history of American cinema and religion, as well as American culture and social history.

The Catholic Church and Hollywood by Alexander McGregor was published by I.B.Tauris& Co Ltd in October 2012. The ISBN for The Catholic Church and Hollywood is 9781848856530.

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Details for The Catholic Church and Hollywood

Page last updated 26th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherI.B.Tauris& Co Ltd (October 2012)
Number of Pages240
Thickness28 mm
Height216 mm
Width134 mm
Product Code3478153
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