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Hollywood provides ready-made fantasies or daydreams; the problem is whether these are productive or nonproductive, whether the audience is psychologically enriched or impoverished. — Hortense Powdermaker

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In Hollywood, primitive magical thinking exists side by side with the most advanced technology. — Hortense Powdermaker

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The Hollywood atmosphere of crises and continuous anxiety is a kind of hysteria which prevents people from thinking, and is not too different from the way dictators use wars and continuous threats of war as an emotional basis for maintaining their power. — Hortense Powdermaker

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The artist in all societies has traditionally been a kind of barometer, more sensitive to nuances and changes than others, because he is more deeply immersed in his culture and more interested in its meanings. — Hortense Powdermaker

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In Hollywood, the ... basic freedom of being able to choose between alternatives is absent. The gifted people who have the capacity for choice cannot exercise it; the executives who technically have the freedom of choice do not actually have it, because they usually lack the knowledge and imagination necessary for making such a choice. — Hortense Powdermaker

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All entertainment is education in some way, many times more effective than schools because of the appeal to the emotions rather than to the intellect. — Hortense Powdermaker

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South Sea natives who have been exposed to American movies classify them into two types, 'kiss-kiss' and 'bang-bang. — Hortense Powdermaker

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Only a small percentage of novelists, painters, musicians, scientists, anywhere in the world, are talented. But there are many more in Hollywood than one would expect from looking movies. — Hortense Powdermaker