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Hollywood Speaks

Deafness and the Film Entertainment Industry

"Hollywood Speaks is a remarkable book. Schuchman's inquiry into how deafness has been treated in movies provides us with yet another window onto social history in addition to a fresh angle from which to view Hollywood. Moreover, he joins the ranks of the few scholars who have made use of Hollywood studio archives."
-- Thomas Cripps, author of Slow Fade to Black: The Negro in American Film, 1900-1942

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