Historia del cine en ingles
The Warner Bros Studio introduced the “vitaphone” system in 1926, producing short films.
The 'New Hollywood' or Post-classical cinema
The studio system is the name given to the end of the decline period of 50`s and 60`s there was named The Golden Age of Hollywood too. The “New Hollywood” or Post-classical cinema are terms used to describe the following of The studio system, the characteristic of this period was the tendence to dramatize the violence and sexualy things and by the raising of blockbuster films. In this era, the films has a “twist endings”, the chronology may be scramble and the antagonist and protagonist lines may be blurred.
In the “New Hollywood”, the roots of The Golden Age was apply in the new …ver más…
Some of the mvies are Invasion of the Body Snatchers); and communist fifth columnists, (The Manchurian Candidate).
In the post-war years Hollywood seemed to have new problems because TV was increasing its popularity . They feared but knew some movie theatres would go bankrupt and close due to the new euphoria, TV. Sunset Boulevard (1950) and The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) where movies wich expressed this feelings. Studios and companies where concerned by the increasing number of closed theatres so they had to innovate ways of attracting spectators, such as new screen formats. CinemaScope, which would remain a 20th Century Fox distinction until 1967, was announced with 1953's The Robe. VistaVision, Cinerama, gave out a “conference like” a "bigger is better" approach to marketing movies to a shrinking US audience. New big screen formats lead to the re-emergence of epic films. Some of the most successful examples of these Biblical and historical spectaculars include The Ten Commandments (1956), The Vikings (1958), Ben-Hur (1959), Spartacus (1960) and El Cid (1961).
Gimmicks also wanted audience approval by making 3-D films, that lasted for only two years1952-1954, and helped sell The Creature From The Black Lagoon. Disney's famous Sleeping Beauty was released on January 29, 1959 by Buena Vista Distribution after nearly a decade