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n which of the following genres is the audience most likely to be asked to sympathize with the forces of evil? (Points : 1) Western Gangster Horror Romantic comedy
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User: Which critic is best known for opposing the auteur theory? (Points : 1) Roger Ebert Francois Truffaut Andrew Sarris Pauline Kael

User: n which of the following genres is the audience most likely to be asked to sympathize with the forces of evil? (Points : 1) Western Gangster Horror Romantic comedy

Weegy: Horror
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User: What is a term for cheap, quick westerns that were churned out in large numbers? (Points : 1) Horse operas Shoot-em-ups Tumbleweeds Oaters

Weegy: Quick westerns were called Tumbleweeds.
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User: Which of the following is a term for visual imagery with symbolic implications? (Points : 1) Genre Cinematography Iconography MacGuffin

User: Which of the following is true of movie genres? (Points : 1) They are often used by studios to market movies They have strict boundaries that cannot be crossed Their name derives from the Greek word for “generate” They are a preordained measure of a film’s quality

Weegy: The answer is "They are often used by studios to market movies"
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User: According to John Truby, why are genre films generally favored by American studios? (Points : 1) They are less expensive to make They provide more reliable profits They contain more individual artistic visions They are risky investments, but can yield big profits

Weegy: He has worked as a story consultant and script doctor for Disney Studios, Sony ... Truby's Genre Secrets Audio Workshop by John Truby ... While the thriller usually involves a main character trying to find a murderer, it has very ... [ [ it does from the U.S. Couple that with the exorbitant cost of making and selling a film and you've ] ]
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User: Which term refers to an object that is critical to the characters in a film, but may be insignificant to the viewing audience? (Points : 1) Prop Icon MacGuffin Noir

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