Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Reading Reflection


One reason that the movie audience changed so much over this era was because of the rise in popularity of the TV. It caused people to stop going to see movies as often, and therefore less films were being produced. Since people wouldn't be seeings movies as often, the price in tickets rose, so that the studios could compensate the difference. Hollywood had to censor films so that their range in audience would widen, and it shows that Americans at this time were more conservative than they now.

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