In general, the American film industry was unprepared for the accelerating pace of change in the 1960s. In the early 1960s, Hollywood was not apparent in demonstrating a remarkable capacity to shape social myths and mediate perceptions of public events through memorable narrative fictions like that it used to do before. Management turnover and continuing box office decline left the studios with inexperienced leadership and an uncertain sense of their audience. In addition, Hollywood was perhaps least to respond to the civil rights movements of social changes. All these problems caused the deep economic and genres' depression in Hollywood industry. Fortunately, the filmmakers' breakthrough on social subject and the representation of understated daily events in their movies led to the Hollywood recovery from its economic crisis in the early 1970s. Nevertheless, three major factors that led to Hollywood recovery were a significant shift in marketing strategy, the invention of home video and the development of the new conglomerates in the Hollywood industry, and perhaps the least revolutionary aspect of the United States filmmaking success in this period of time was what appeared on screen. Moreover, in a very brief period, half a decade at most Hollywood entered its authentic "Golden Age" era.
1)The early factors that led to the beginning of Hollywood recovery from its great depression in the late 60's were: the rating system, the innovation of new genres or genre revision, the "Movie Brats".
--- The Rating System was a new self-regulating device that was used by producers in order to habitually turn to sensational content in their movies in an effort to attract patrons. Filmmakers replaced the code in 1968 by a rating system. The original rating included "G" for general audience; "M" suggested for mature audiences- adults and mature young people; "R" restricted, persons under 16 years admitted with an adult; and "X" no one under 16... [continues]
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