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Hollywood be thy name : African American religion in American film, 1929-1949 / Judith Weisenfeld.
- Weisenfeld, Judith.
- , ©2007
About this work
Berkeley : University of California Press, , ©2007.
xiii, 341 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-329) and index.
Includes filmography: p. 239-240.
"'Taint what you was, it's what you is today": Hallelujah and the politics of racial authenticity -- "'De Lawd' a natchel man": The green pastures in the American cultural imagination -- "A mighty epic of modern morals": black-audience religious films -- "Saturday sinners and Sunday saints": urban commercial culture and the reconstruction of black religious leadership -- "A long, long way": religion and African American wartime morale -- "Why didn't they tell me I'm a Negro?": Lost boundaries and the moral landscape of race.
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