Compares coverage of 1955 fatal auto accident by [New York Times], [Los Angeles Times] & [Houston Post].
James Dean was one of the most popular stars of the 1950s. Ironically, he only made three films before he died, but they were all popular at the box office, and increased his popularity with his fans. The film he is most remembered for is Rebel without a Cause, released in 1955, after he was killed in a car accident. Dean has always embodied the bad boy, and Rebel without a Cause did nothing to dispel the legend. Dean lived fast, drove fast, rose quickly in his career, and burned out much too early.
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