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A lucid and engaging study of the enigmatic stardom of Natalie Wood locating her star persona in the changing production contexts of Hollywood and in the shifting perceptions of female sexuality and agency This persuasive text seeks to rectify her neglected career by throwing light on her contributions to Hollywood both as an actor and as a star


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    An engaging study of Natalie Wood a child star in the classic Hollywood mould who came of age just as the studio system broke down An eternal ingenue she was torn between creative ambition and fulfilling her celebrity status In this respect her dilemma mirrored that of many women navigating the social upheaval of the 1960s And this Sullivan argues is what made Natalie Wood such a compelling player even though her film roles were often less than ideal Not a full biography of an extended essay touching on hitherto overlooked topics like Wood's casting in 'ethnic' roles reliance on patriarchal figures and the vicious condescension of many critics