Guts and Glory: An Evening with Lawrence Suid

January 26, 2003


Lawrence Suid’s classic study of the relationship between the United States military and Hollywood, Guts & Glory: The Making of the American Military Image in Film, has just been revised and reissued by the University Press of Kentucky. Suid will discuss his work and introduce two early examples of films made with the participation of the U.S. armed forces.

Organized by Charles Silver, Associate Curator, Research and Collections, Department of Film and Media.


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