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In classical Hollywood films, the major comedy traditions were comedian comedy and romantic comedy. While these traditions have since developed in many directions, it is useful to bear the two basic ingredients of comedian and romance comedy in mind. Comedian comedy was originally constructed around a popular comedian character that was already well known to the audience. Because the character was already established, the commercial success was more or less guaranteed. Very often, these films were variations on the theme of the imperfect integration of a comedian into the adult social order.
Weakly waving his sword, Parker next orders his men forward, and the phallic motif continues as an old goat of a Southern general soon appears, giving orders and waving his sword, engendering Johnnie’s inept imitations with a wayward saber he has found, which keeps flying off the handle. In the melodramatic scene in which his innocence of the false charges of cowardice and his virtue, as manliness, are most fully recognized, Johnnie is ultimately granted Union General Thatcher’s sword. After the South’s victory over the Union troops, made possible by Johnnie’s efforts, Johnnie delivers the captive Union General Thatcher to a Confederate general, with Annabelle and her father watching him behind a picket fence.
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