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  1. Introduction
    1. Gender Portrayal in both films
      1. Brief mention of differences in portrayal in both films
      2. Identify any significant causes
    2. Present evidence for change in portrayal
      1. Evidence supporting change
        1. Analysis of director’s script
      2. Evidence refuting change
        1. Analysis of director’s script
      3. Conclude whether thesis holds
    3. Research into gender differences
      1. Studies supporting change in gender portrayal
      2. Studies refuting change in gender portrayal
  • Conclusion

Thesis Statement

The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast the transformation of the portrayal of gender in films produced in two different eras.

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Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains, Eugene Pallette, Errol Flynn, William Keighley, Michael Curtiz, et al. 1938. The adventures of Robin Hood. Burbank, Calif: Turner Entertainment.

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The Adventures of Robin Hood revolves around the struggle between the oppressive Saxon regime and ordinary citizens. A group of rebels under the command of Sir Robin of Locksley who are inspired by the need to liberate declares war on the authoritarian Prince John. The greater part of the film displays the guerilla warfare that takes place between Robin Hood and his gang on one side and the king’s soldiers on the other. The merry band of men agrees to “rob the rich, give to the poor” and treat women with civility. Ultimately, King Richard resurfaces and claims his rightful position on the throne. The film was produced by William Keighley and Michael Curtiz. Curtiz has directed over two hundred films in the United States and Europe while Keighley was a previous actor and a director with Warner Bros. Both directors have therefore amassed a wealth of experience that contributes toward making the film successful. This film is relevant to the course in that it offers the traditional perspective into cinematography and literature.Bottom of Form

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Shapiro, J. David, Evan Chandler, Mel Brooks, Cary Elwes, Richard Lewis, Roger Rees, Amy Yasbeck, et al. 2006. Robin Hood: Men in Tights. Beverly Hills, Calif: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

The film “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” was a musical comedy that was inspired by the original Robin Hood story. The film is set in Jerusalem and starts with Robin Hood imprisoned in a prison. After he escapes, he assists Asneeze to find his lost son. On the way, he discovered that Prince John had taken over the kingdom and was perpetrating violent and oppressive deeds. Most of the play follows the original script wit minor additions and humorous amendments. The main producer was Mel Brooks. Brooks was a multitalented director who also took up a role in the same film as Rabbi Tuckman. His competence in theatre extends far beyond directing and includes other occupations such as screenwriter, comedian and composer. The film contained several humorous scenes that made it refreshing without losing the initial meaning of the play: to display the gallant behavior exhibited by Robin Hood in achieving social balance. This film is relevant to the course in that it provides a good example of how to infuse comedy into an existing plot without interfering with the integrity of the plot.Bottom of Form

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