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The Landscape of Hollywood Westerns
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Deborah A. Carmichael is associate editor of Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies. She has published on film exhibition history, Depression-era film, and documentaries.

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"The saga of the Western motion picture continues to attract scores of readers and this book will appeal to film enthusiasts who seek out new information about a mythic period that seems embedded in the psyche of countless Americans."— Robert Fyne, Kean University
  "This volume encourages teachers and students, the professional and non-professional, to reconsider the Hollywood Western as a valid and respectable subject on ecological and environmental concerns."— Michael K. Schoenecke, Texas Tech University "A superb anthology that scrutinizes the importance of nature and countryside in popular feature-length photodramas. Represents some new ideas about the Hollywood Western, a genre that traces its roots back to 1903."—Film & History

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