6 edition of biographical handbook of Hispanics and United States film found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gary D. Keller with the assistance of Estela Keller.|
|Contributions||Keller, Gary D.|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.H47 K46 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|ISBN 10||0927534568, 0927534657|
|LC Control Number||96041117|
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From Library Journal. In this companion volume to his Hispanics and United States Film: An Overview and Handbook (LJ 12/94), Keller (regents professor, Univ. of Arizona) focuses on biography and filmography, including entries for actors, directors, and cinematographers active in the U.S.
film industry from its beginnings to the present.4/5(1). A Biographical Handbook of Hispanics and United States Film is the companion volume to Hispanics and United States Film: An Overview and Handbook (see p. 20). This work documents how Hispanics have participated in American film from through the contemporary period.
A partial solution is presented by a complementary volume, A Pictorial Handbook of Hispanics and United States Film, due next year. The two works were conceived as one but grew too large, and the index-which is absolutely necessary-will appear in the forthcoming book.
Recommended for larger film and Chicano studies collections, Cited by: >>A Biographical Handbook of Hispanics and United States Film: ISBN: pp. | cloth | $ ISBN: pp. | paper | $ Gary D. Keller, Hispanics and United States Film: An Overview Handbook, Bilingual Review / La Revista Bilingüe, Vol.
18, No. 2/3, Hispanics and United States Film: An Overview Handbook (May-December ), pp. vHispanic Oral Tradition: Form and Content /John H. McDowell, /Maria Herrera-Sobek and /Rodolfo J. Cortina ; vBrief History of Hispanic Theater in the United States /Nicolas Kanellos ; vUnited States Hispanic Autobiography and Biography: Legend for the Future /Joe Rodriguez.
Book Lists. These book lists and articles showcase Hispanic authors, illustrators, characters, and themes. Check out the Hispanic Heritage Month Book List for a collection of fiction and non-fiction novels and picture books all about Hispanic culture and themes.
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A biographical handbook of Hispanics and United States film. [Gary D Keller] -- A Biographical Handbook of Hispanics and United States Film provides the most complete biographic and filmographic record currently available on the participation of Hispanics in the United States.
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