Looking Back At Casablanca, By Humphrey Bogarts

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Looking back at Casablanca in 1941, it is shocking to know that Humphrey Bogarts famous words “hears looking at you kid” was improvised on the spot. While this type of improvising is common today, it was taboo compared the structured and generic Golden Age of film (“Sorry Russell”). The studio system of the 1930s to 1960s dramatically changed the methods of film production, the types of movies made, and eventually caused its own demise.
At the beginning of the great depression, holding non-essential jobs was an extremely difficult task. The film industry took advantage of this and placed all aspect of making a film on its payroll. While the labor portion (i.e. costume designers and set hands) of film production appreciated a steady and guaranteed
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