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Double Exposure

Theodore Dreiser's novel, An American Tragedy, has been made into two very different Hollywood movies. JEANINE BASINGER examines Josef von Sternberg's 1931 film of Tragedy and George Stevens's 1951 Oscar-winner, A Place in the Sun - and discovers what each reveals about its era and its audience.


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