Crossing America’s Borders: Chinese Immigrants in the Southwesterns of the 1920s and 1930s philippa gates today, when we think of the fil m western, 2013) recently reminded us of that contribution. we think of a genre dominated by Anglo Amer As Glenn Whipp suggests, The Lone Ranger ican heroes conquering the various struggles “looked at the mythology of America’s west and obstacles that the nineteenth century ward expansion with a progressive sensibility frontier presented to settlers and gunslingers that you wouldn’t expect from either producer alike—from the daunting terrain and inclem Jerry Bruckheimer or the Walt Disney Co.” ent environment of deserts, mountains, and (par. 9). More specifically, as French critic Jacky plains to the violent opposition posed by cattle Goldberg noted in his review, the film suggests ranchers and Native Americans. What we tend that “America was founded on the theft and to forget, most likely because the most famous unlawful killing of Indians, and the exploitation Westerns of the last seventy fiv e years also for of Chinese immigrants” (par. 4). got, is that Chinese immigrants played an im The nineteenth century saw an inﬂux of portant role in that frontier history. As Edward Chinese immigrants, originally
Journal of Film and Video – University of Illinois Press
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