Jennifer Langdon-TeclawUniversity of Illinois

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Negotiating the Studio System
Adrian Scott and the Politics of Anti-Fascism in Cornered
in Film Studies
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Drawing on internal studio correspondence, multiple screenplay drafts and the final film, this essay reconstructs the production history of Cornered to explore the ways in which Scott both compromised with and challenged the studios expectations and interventions. I argue that although Ceplair and Englund are correct in their assessment that studio meddling shaped the films political content in significant ways, Scotts complex negotiations during the films production ensured that Cornered remained a powerfully anti-fascist film.

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