This book examines responses in print and on stage of five Spanish humorists to Hollywood cinema from the 1920s to the 1960s. After detailing their viewing habits and film-making experiences in the USA and Spain, I devise and apply a method for the analysis of the influence of screen on stage that draws on the disciplines of film and theatre studies. I argue that these experiments, had they not been curtailed by the culture of Francoism, might have developed into a significant contribution to European theatre.
Subjects: Film Studies
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