By Sue Harris
Sue Harris attracts on archival fabric to track the film's improvement from belief to reveal. delivering new insights into the layout procedure specifically, she indicates how An American in Paris tested the cinematic template for a urban with which Hollywood could turn into more and more infatuated within the a long time to follow.
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