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Peter Rollins <[log in to unmask]>
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Editor's note: Here is the TOC for Film &  History last September.  Our
next two issues (Volume 31) are edited by Phil Landon and will focus on
the Cold War......Peter Rollins

FILM & HISTORY: Table of Contents for Volume 30.2 (September, 2000)

The Editor's Reflections and Reports by Peter C. Rollins    1

Television as Historian, Part 2

Television As Historian, Part 2: Reframing the Past From Inside the TV
by Gary Edgerton    5

The History Channel and the Challenge of Historical Programing by Brian Taves

Rethinking Television Historiography by Douglas Gomery  17

Nice Guys Last Fifteen Seasons: Jack Benny on Television, 1950-1965
       by James L. Baughman 29

Quantum Leap: The Postmodern Challenge of Television as History
       by Robert Hanke  41

Uncle Sam Prepares: The Presentation of the United States in British
Newsreels           Before the Second World War by Peter Bell   50

An Interview with Steven M. Gillon, Host of the History Channel's _History or
Hollywood_ by Robert Sickels    60

_The Patriot_ On-line: Discussion Newtwork Posts from H-Film and
       H-War edited by Robert Sickles   63


The Wizard of Photography: A Green Light Productions Inc. film for
WGBH/Boston and the The American Experience Aired Spring 2000 by Richard N.
Masteller   69

Culture Shock: A Four Part PBS Series-A Production of WGBH Boston
[]  70

Nova: Secrets of Lost Empires II. Aired Spring 2000 by Patrick H. Griffen   73

Morality and German Film: The Berlinale 2000. A Review of the Berlin
International Film Festival February 7-18, 2000 by Robert Tobin 75

Walker Evans / America. Aired on PBS, Spring 2000 by Leesa Rittelmann   77

Chuck Workman's The Source: The Beats as Beginning by Michael L. Baldwin    78


McFarland Medley: A Review Essay by R.J. Fyne   80

Hans J. Wollstein. Vixens, Floozies and Molls: 28 Actresses of Late 1920s and
1930s Hollywood (Limited/Limiting Roles) by Michael S. Shull    86

Scott Allen Nollen. Robin Hood: A Cinematic History of the English Outlaw and
his Scottish Couterparts (One Thousand Years of History) by Lawrence Crider 86

Denise J. Youngblood. The Magic Mirror: Moviemaking in Russia, 1908-1918 by
Robert Fyne 87

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