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"Peter C. Rollins" <[log in to unmask]>
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­Film & History
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies
Volume 33.2 (2003)
Table of  Contents: The American West (2)
General Introduction
by Peter C. Rollins          1
Introduction to Special Issue 9
by Deborah Carmichael
Professional Women—Women in The Professionals (1966)
by Winona Howe         12
Rewriting the West as Multi-Cultural:  Legend Meets Complex Histories in la 
  in John Sayles’ Lone Star (1996)
by Kimberly Sultze         19
Revisiting the “Revisionist” Western
by Barry Langford     26
Henry Hathaway’s Rawhide and the Hermetic Frontiers of Film Noir
by Hugh S. Manon        36
Cowboys and Comedy:  The Simultaneous Deconstruction and Reinforcement of 
  Conventions in the Western Parody
by Matthew R. Turner        48
Turner Network Television’s Made-for-TV Western Films and the Social 
  of Authenticity
by David Pierson       55
American History through Feature Films:  a Middle School Unit
by Brian Stevens       65
Film Reviews
The Perilous Fight:  America’s World War II in Color
by Raymond J. Haberski, Jr. 70
Benedict Arnold:  A Question of Honor
by Suzanne Broderick   72
by Cara Ann Lane 74
by Ron Briley        75
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
by Marc Oxoby        77
by Sarah Knowles     78
Book Reviews
Howard Blue. Words at War:  World War II Era Radio Drama and the Postwar 
  Industry Blacklist.
Scarecrow Press, 2002.
by Robert Fyne        81
James Chapman. Cinemas of the World:  Film and Society from 1895 to the 
Present Day.
Reaktion Books, 2003.
by David Lancaster    82
Robert J. Lentz. Korean War Filmography:  91 English Language Features 
through 2000.
McFarland, 2003.
by Robert Fyne        83
J. Hoberman. The Magic Hour:  Film at Fin de Siecle.
Temple University Press, 2003.
by David Lancaster    84
Robert Alan Crick. The Big Screen Comedies of Mel Brooks.
McFarland, 2002.
by Jason P. Wojcik       85
Don G. Smith. H.G. Wells on Film:  The Utopian Nightmare.
McFarland, 2002.
by Elun Gabriel        86
Frank McAdams. The American War Film:  History and Hollywood.
Praeger Publishers, 2002.
by Michael S. Shull 87
Marek Haltof. Polish National Cinema.
Berghahn Books, 2002.
by Jay Morong        88
Peter Hanson. The Cinema of Generation X:  A Critical Study.
McFarland, 2002.
by Laura Wittern Keller        89
Kathleen E. R. Smith. God Bless America:  Tin Pan Alley Goes to War.
The University Press of Kentucky, 2003.
by Robert Fyne        90
Hernan Vera & Andrew M. Gordon. Screen Saviors:  Hollywood Fictions of 
Rowan & Littlefield, 2003.
by David Lancaster    91
Rodney Farnsworth. The Infernal Return:  The Recurrence of the Primordial in 
Films of the 
  Reaction Years, 1977-1983.
Praeger Publishers, 2002.
by Angela Schwarz     92
“War in Film, Television, and History” Conference
Film & History: 1999, 2000 & 2001-2002 CD-Rom Annuals
26 Years of Film & History on CD-ROM
Subscriptions, Back and Special Issues 
Film and History League
University Press of Kansas
University of Kentucky Press
Syracuse University Press
University of Illinois Press
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