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Misusing Sights as Sounds: The Infringements of Radio Drama on the Making of CITIZEN KANE

Misusing Sights as Sounds: The Infringements of Radio Drama on the Making of CITIZEN KANE

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Title: Misusing Sights as Sounds: The Infringements of Radio Drama on the Making of CITIZEN KANE
Author: Cameron, Evan Wm.
Abstract: Many arts have influenced the cinema over extended periods of time. One art – radio drama – is an exception, for we can date the onset of its influence from the coming of synchronous sound to the cinema in 1926 and the culmination of it with the creation of CITIZEN KANE in 1941. Film and radio drama were thereafter to part company, each having learned what it could from the other. What had the cinema learned from radio drama? If we look closely at CITIZEN KANE, we can learn much about the virtues and limitations of radio design, cinematical design and the design of CITIZEN KANE itself.
Subject: Bazin, Andre
Bresson, Robert
Cinematography
CITIZEN KANE
Cocteau, Jean
Directing
Eisenstein, Sergei
Filmmaking
Hearing
Hearing Movies
History
LADY FROM SHANGHAI, THE
Lighting
MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, THE
Mohr, Hal
Music
Radio
Screenwriting
Seeing
Seeing Movies
Sounds
Toland, Greg
TOUCH OF EVIL
Truffaut, François
Welles, Orson
Type: Presentation
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ca/
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/36135
Date: 1972

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