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Film & History (Vol. 32.2)
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies
WWW.FILMANDHISTORY.ORG

Volume 32.2 (2002)

THE HOLOCAUST ON FILM:  THE FEATURE FILMS
    (32.1 examined the Documentary Films)


In This Issue:


General Introduction
by Peter C. Rollins 6

Introduction to Special Issue 10
by Larry Wilcox

From Weimar to Hollywood: Christian Images and the Portrayal of the Jew
by Nancy Thomas Brown 14
West German and Unified German Cinema's Difficult Encounter with the 
Holocaust
by Mark A. Wolfgram 24
Holocaust Iconography in American Feature Films About Neo-Nazis
by Lawrence Baron 38
Theodor Kotulla's Excerpts from a German Life (Aus einem deutschen Leben, 
1977) or
The Inability to Speak: Cinematic Holocaust Representation in Germany
by Dr. Christine Haase 48
All Rules Barred: A Defense of Spielberg's Schindler's List
by Eric Sterling 62
Humor, Resistance, and the Abject: Roberto Benigni's Life is Beautiful and 
Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator
by Jodi Sherman 72

Reel American History: An Archive Built By Novices
by Edward J. Gallagher 82

Special on Hart's War (2002): A Technical Advisor's Retrospective
by Robert C. Doyle 86


Book Reviews
Lawrence H. Suid. Guts and Glory: The Making of the American Military Image 
in Film. University Press of Kentucky, 2002.
by Robert Fyne 91
Alan Dale. Comedy is a Man in Trouble: Slapstick in American Movies
University of Minnesota Press, 2000.
by Brad Duren 92
Gary Westfahl and George Slusser, editors. Nursery Realms: Children in the 
Worlds of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.
University of Georgia Press, 1999.
by John W. Wright 93
Tony Villecco. Silent Stars Speak: Interviews with Twelve Cinema Pioneers.
McFarland Publishing, 2001. 94
by Robert Fyne
Paul Monaco. The Sixties: 1960-1969.
Scribners, 2001.
by Michael S. Shull 95
David A. Cook. Lost Illusions: American Cinema in the Shawdow of Watergate 
and Vietnam, 1970-1979. Scribners, 2000.
by Michael S. Shull 95
Linda Troost, and Sayre Greenfield, editors. Jane Austen in Hollywood.
The University Press of Kentucky, 2001.
by Lisa Ossian 96
David I. Grossvogel. Didn't You Used to be Depardieu?
Peter Lang Publishing, 2002.
by David Lancaster 97
Chon A. Noriega. Shot in America: Television, the State, and the Rise of 
Chicano Cinema. University of Miinnesota Press, 2000.
by Angela Schwarz 98
Michael Benson. Vintage Science Fiction Films, 1896-1949.
McFarland and Company, 2000.
by Andrew Gaskievicz 99
Paul Wells. The Horror Genre: From Beelzebub to Blair Witch.
Columbia University Press, 2001.
by Elizabeth Abele 100


Film Reviews
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
by Emery G. Lee III Case 102
K-19: The Widowmaker
by Christina Lane 103
Vol. 32.2 (2002) | 5
Anachronism Old and New: A Knight's Tale and Black Knight
by Heather Richardson Hayton 105
Lemonade Joe (LimonŚdovy Joe)
by Thomas M. Barrett 107
Minority Report
by Jason Vest 108
Y tu mamŚ tambiťn
by Josť R. Ballesteros 109
Road to Perdition (Mendes 2002)
by Marc Oxoby 110


Announcements
Film & History: 1999 and 2000 CD-Rom Annuals
26 Years of Film & History on CD-ROM

Sponsors
Film and History League
McFarland Press
Popular Press
University Press of Kansas
University of Kentucky Press
University of Washington Press


www.filmandhistory.org

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