Hollywood, U. S.-Mexican Relations, and the Devolution of the «Golden Age» of Mexican Cinema

Seth Fein


The 1948 release of Río Escondido was a triumph of the Mexican film industry. It represented the possibilities that seemed in reach of the postwar Mexican film sector: sovereign control of an economically viable, artistically vibrant, nationally dominant, mass-cultural medium capable of producing Mexican stories, myths, and images.

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