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American exploitation culture is well-known throughout the world, [[European exploitation]] culture less so. American exploitation culture is well-known throughout the world, [[European exploitation]] culture less so.
-The previous posts on [[Stewart Home]] and [[Richard Allen]] led me to [[Hank Janson]] [Google Gallery] and [[Reginald Heade]] [Google gallery], the latter two examples of 1950s British exploitation culture.+The previous posts on [[Stewart Home]] and [[Richard Allen]] led me to [[Hank Janson]] [Google Gallery] and [[Reginald Heade]] [http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=Reginald%20Heade%20&btnG=Google+Search&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&um=1&sa=N&tab=wi Google gallery], the latter two examples of 1950s British exploitation culture.
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American exploitation culture is well-known throughout the world, European exploitation culture less so.

The previous posts on Stewart Home and Richard Allen led me to Hank Janson [Google Gallery] and Reginald Heade Google gallery, the latter two examples of 1950s British exploitation culture.

Exploitation by region

American exploitation - British exploitation - European exploitation - French exploitation - German exploitation - Italian exploitation - Japanese exploitation

My interest in regional pulp culture is what it tells about the region where it is produced. In search of national stereotypes by way of their exploitation culture; regional stereotypes deduced from regional fears and desires (horror and eroticism).

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