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Provides a cross-section of contemporary American film criticism from 1896-1960. The volumes reprint reviews in their entirety from periodicals such as Photoplay, Film Reports, The Moving Picture World, Variety, and The New York Times. Of immense value for gauging contemporary reaction_both…read more

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Provides a cross-section of contemporary American film criticism from 1896-1960. The volumes reprint reviews in their entirety from periodicals such as Photoplay, Film Reports, The Moving Picture World, Variety, and The New York Times. Of immense value for gauging contemporary reaction_both…read more

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An essential text on filmmaking that every student, scholar, and teacher of films should own. In it, some of the motion picture industry's most important directors including Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Howard Hawks, Louis Malle, Federico Fellini, Blake Edwards, Francois Truffaut, and René…read more

Arthur Jacobson: Interviewed by Irene Kahn Atkins

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November 1, 1991

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At the age of ten, Charley Chase was singing and dancing on the street corners of Baltimore. Charley eventually became a local vaudeville attraction, but Baltimore could not contain the ambitious young man. After a brief, but memorable, stint in New York, Chase finally landed in Los Angeles in…read more

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Within the pages of this unique book, Howard Good examines Hollywood's love affair with baseball, providing information on hundreds of films. He also discusses the evolution of the baseball genre, the symbolic use of baseball paraphernalia in films, the various settings in which baseball has been…read more

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Films about prehistoric animals range in quality from classics like The Lost World (1925), KingKong (1933), and One Million B.C. (1940), to duds like Reptilicus (1962). This book offers critiques and background information on the best and worst in this sub-genre, full cast and production credits…read more

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Provides a cross-section of contemporary American film criticism from 1896-1960. The volumes reprint reviews in their entirety from periodicals such as Photoplay, Film Reports, The Moving Picture World, Variety, and The New York Times. Of immense value for gauging contemporary reaction_both…read more

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Charles G. Clarke (1899-1983) was a prolific Hollywood cinematographer whose career extended from the Twenties through the early Sixties. Among his best-known films are Miracle on 34th Street and Carousel. Clarke's autobography is filled with unique anecdotes and personal observations on those…read more

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Increasingly, society questions the connection between violence in entertainment and violence in life. Moralists and censors would reply resoundingly that media violence and social violence are directly linked, but others ask the deeper question: Why do people feel the need to create images of…read more

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"A splendid anthology" -Kevin Brownlow, author of The Parade's Gone By and Hollywood: The Pioneers. This pathbreaking work will become our most valuable resource on the performers of the American silent screen. Hollywood was the new frontier of the 20th century. ("The last Klondike," Gary Cooper…read more