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Cultural and economic relations between the British film industry and Hollywood
Jonathan Stubbs

unintentionally, it’s fair to assume) a different Anglo-American relationship, one based in the long-term economic interaction and cultural exchange between the British and American film industries. This chapter looks closely at this dynamic but highly uneven interaction. The specter of Hollywood features strongly in writing about British cinema history, but Britain has generally been given a lower profile in historical accounts of American film. In part, this reflects the general imbalance of Anglo-American cultural and economic relations in the twentieth century and beyond

in Culture matters
Juvenile actors and humanitarian sentiment in the 1940s
Michael Lawrence

. Winsten, ‘ The Pied Piper ’, p. 34. 49 See M. Lawrence , ‘“ Bombed into Stardom!”: Roddy McDowall, “British Evacuee Star” in Hollywood ’, Journal of British Cinema and Television , 12 : 1 ( 2015 ), pp. 45 – 62 ; K. Cameron , ‘ Monty Wooley in a Gentle Role ’, Sunday News (9 August 1942 ), p

in Global humanitarianism and media culture