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Hollywood Catwalk: Exploring Costume and Transformation in American Film, by Tamar Jeffers McDonald
Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media
A Review by Rebecca Kambuta, Otago University, New Zealand Over the past two decades, makeover programming has become increasingly popular. Today, transformation narratives dominate prime-time television schedules and, as a result, these programmes have become the subject of much scholarly debate. Recent works include Dana Heller's two edited collections, The Great American Makeover (2006) and Makeover Television (2007), and Gareth Palmer's Exposing Lifestyle Television (2008). Research in thisdoi:10.33178/alpha.2.09 fatcat:x26mfdxtk5bblbsednlkgvclay