‘I want to be white, like I look’: The case of the Imitation of Life and the Motion Picture Production Code during the mid-1930s
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Stankiewicz, K. (2016). ‘I want to be white, like I look’: The case of the Imitation of Life and the Motion Picture Production Code during the mid-1930s. Entertainment - Journal of Media and Movie Studies, 1, 5–23. Retrieved from https://ejournals.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/entertainment/article/view/15957
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