Country Boys and City Slickers. Country Boys: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) All the King’s Men (1949) A Face in the Crowd (1957) Being There (1979) City Slickers Citizen Kane (1941) The Candidate (1972) Bob Roberts (1992) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962). Bulworth (1998).
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Is Jay Bulworth a country boy or city slicker?
An older Jim McKay (The Candidate 1972)
A younger Mr. Smith Goes to Washington’s Senator Paine
How is Bulworth slick?
How is race dealt with in Bulworth?
Is the way race is dealt with problematic?
How is gender dealt with?
Is it problematic?
- Good city slickers: Bulworth, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Man who Killed Liberty Valance, The Candidate
- Bad city slickers: Bob Roberts, Senator Paine (Mr. Smith Goes to Washington), Meet John Doe
- Good country boys: Mr. Smith, Young Mr. Lincoln
- Bad country boys: All the King’s Men, Silver City, A Face in the Crowd,