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Note to the ReaderIntroduction1. First Responses to the Challenge of Sound, 1929-19302. Hollywood's Spanish Versions, 1930-19313. Language Controversies, 1930-19314. The Start of National Competition, 1931-19325. Modes of Translating Hollywood Films, 1930-19356. Fox Film's Prestigious Spanish Productions, 1932-19357. Exaggerating the National, 1934-1939ConclusionNotesSelected BibliographyIndex
Lisa Jarvinen is an assistant professor of history at La Salle University. She has published essays in Blackwell's History of American Film and in Cinema and the Swastika: The International Expansion of Third Reich Cinema (1933-1945).