This article originally appeared on The Conversation.
For more on this topic, see our article on the golden age and Hollywood movies.
How do we know?
This is a very simple question: Who was there in Hollywood in the 1980s?
The answer is simple: There were many, many people working in film production and entertainment.
The question is whether we should be concerned about this.
The answer: Not as much as you might think.
In fact, the golden years of Hollywood in 1979-1986 were the golden eras of film production in the United States.
The first golden years, of course, were the decade of the first films, of which there were hundreds, and the year the first major studio movie was released.
And there was plenty of good film to be made.
It is not as though the studios were all over the place.
There were studios like Paramount and Columbia, studios like Warner Bros, and studios like DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox.
The studios were making lots of movies.
There was also a lot of great, great music.
It was a golden age for film.
And it was also the golden era of music.
This is the second article in a three-part series.
The first article in this series, which deals with the first decade of film in the US, is here .
Part two deals with Hollywood’s golden years from 1954-1977, the period that has become synonymous with the golden decade of movies in the world.
This article deals with how music influenced the golden days of cinema in the years from 1982-1994.
Read Part one.
This story originally appeared in The Conversation and is republished here with permission.