Cultural Intersections in Early Australian Sound Films: Rangle River (1936)

Deborah Tudor

Abstract


Current notions of global cinema trends mention genre blending as a strategy for maximizing international distribution, However, global genre merging has a long history and can provide a rough map of the borders of international cinematic identities, The 1936 Australian film Rangle River combines a generic Hollywood Western plot with an English drawing-room comedy.


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