Nixon On Stage And Screen - The Thirty - Seventh President As Depicted In Films, Television, Plays And Opera

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Nixon On Stage And Screen - The Thirty - Seventh
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  • 247 Pages
  • Library Binding
  • Released: 1998
  • Originally Released: 1998
  • Publisher: McFarland & Company

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This chronologically arranged reference work annotates all films and plays that contain portraiture - favorable and unfavorable - of Richard Nixon. From comedy, as in Millhouse, to the biting satire found in Forbidden Hollywood and "Saturday Night Live," to documentary record, as in Selling of the Pentagon, and beyond, to the applications of Shakespearean drama with The Tragedy of King Richard and Richard III, this book displays the wide range of form used to explain, scorn and understand Nixon's acts. An analysis of each film or play compares the differences between the production and the original source. Each entry includes production credits, a plot summary, and an overview of critical reactions.
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  • Sales Rank: 69,094
  • ISBN: 9780786401635
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