Brian Neve1
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  • 1 University of Bath
The Hollywood Left
Robert Rossen and Postwar Hollywood
in Film Studies
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As a contracted screenwriter Rossen‘s particular interest in social themes had a synergy with the broad and generic concerns of the Warners studio in the Popular Front period of the late thirties and then in the war years. This article relates the themes and motifs of Rossen‘s work at Warners to the period at the end of the war and in the late forties, when he took advantage of a rise in independent production and began directing.

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