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Once upon a time in America: American society and culture, 1933-1948 -- The keeper of the flame: Hollywood and the cinema of liberal idealism -- Trouble in paradise: Hollywood films and American social change -- Case study 1: 'Everything that happens must be strictly American': Fritz Lang and Hollywood idealism -- Case study 2: Sex, violence and alcohol: Billy Wilder in the 1940s -- The devil is a woman: Hollywood films and the American woman -- 'Definitely bawdy and offensively suggestive': Lubitsch and the American woman -- 'Love cures the wounds it makes': Lang and Wilder: conventional portraits of the American woman -- The world changes: Hollywood and international affairs -- Case study 5: 'World political theater': Lubitsch and foreign affairs -- Case study 6: 'As corruptible as the others': Wilder on America and Europe -- Case study 7: 'Propaganda can be art': Lang and international affairs -- Conclusion.
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