The Ideological Meaning Behind Greta Garbo's Star Image

Alan McLan


Film historians and scholars have agreed that the 1930s decade was the most significant period in which Hollywood adopted its most recognised industrial features. Among these features, it can be said that Hollywood movies were identified because of a unique visual style, a paradigmatic and standard narrative, an "invisible" cinematic signature, strong marketing strategies and commercial formulas in the media. The decade of the 1930s was the time of the Musical, Screwball, Comedies, Westerns, Melodramas, and Horror movies among other genres. However, Hollywood movies of the 1930s are often remembered because of the stars' appeal to the audiences.

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