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Film & History
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies
Volume 31.1 (2001)  [currently in the mail to subscribers...]

TABLE OF CONTENTS


General Introduction
by Peter C. Rollins 1

Introduction to Special Issue
by Philip J. Landon 4

Hollywood and Politics Caught in the Cold War Crossfire (1947)
by Jennifer Holt    6

All East on the Western Frontier: John FordŐs My Darling Clementine (1946)
by Robert Sickels   13

Fear of the Public Sphere: The Boxing Film in Cold War America (1947-1957)
by Marc P. Singer   22

John Wayne and Big Jim McLain (1952): The Duke's Cold War Agency
by Ron Briley   28

Oh, You Thing from Another World, You: How Warner Bros. Animators 
    Respond to the Cold War (1948-1988)
by Michael Birdwell     34

George F. Kennan as Represented by Chuck Jones: Road Runner and the 
    Cold War Policy of Containment (1949-1980)
by Roger Chapman    40

Eine Revolution des Films: The Third Man (1949), The Cold War and 
    Alternatives to Nationalism & Coca-colonization in Europe
by Anne-Marie Scholz    44

Students For a Democratic Society, Heroically Portrayed, Before the 
    Inexplicable Fall: Consensus History in a Left Film 
by Jesse Lemisch    54

An Interview with Robert Toplin (Fall, 2000)
by Bruce Dennett 
    58
On Why We Fight: History, Documentation, and the Newsreel (1946)
by Andre Bazin 
Translated and edited by Bert Cardullo  60

Film Reviews

The Corner. An HBO Miniseries (Aired Spring 2000)
by Marc Oxoby   63

Go Moan for Man: The Literary Odyssey of Jack Kerouac. (A RealFilms 
Production)
by Michael Baldwin  65

Ali - Farzier 1: One Nation Divisible. An HBO Sports Documentray 
by Tim Coleman  66

Human Remains. A Locomotion Films Release, 1998. 
by Linda Alkana 66

Napoleon. A PBS Documentary Aired in Fall 2000
by James J. Ward    67

Thirteen Days. A New Line Cinema Release Fall 2000
by Robert Waters    69

Book Reviews

Peter C. Rollins. Hollywood as Historian: American Film in a Cultural 
Context. 
Revised Edition 1998
by Robert Fyne  71

Robert K. Klepper. Silent Films, 1877-1996: A Critical Guide to 646 Movies. 
McFarland, 1999.
by Ron Briley   71

James Card. Seductive Cinema: The Art of Silent Film. 
by Angela Schwarz   72

Robert Shaughnessy. Shakespeare on Film. 
by Hugh H. Davis    73

Robert Knopf. The Theater and Cinmea of Buster Keaton.
by James Krukones   74

Gregg Mitman. Constructing Wildlife: Reel Nature: America's Romance with 
    Wildlife on Film.
by Michael Lundblad
    75
Janet Walker and Diane Waldeman. Feminism and Documentary.
by Patrick H. Griffin   76

Steven C. Canon. Lawrence of Arabia: A FilmŐs Anthropology.
by Harvey Young 77
    

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Peter C. Rollins
Editor-in-Chief
Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and TV Studies
(Web site: www.filmandhistory.org)
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Comments: Individual subscription information on the web site
as well as information and FAQ's about the CD-ROMs. There are
also discussion items and essays on Saving Private Ryan, Amistad,
CNN's Cold War, and a host of other topics. The Table of Contents
for the last thirty years is there as well. The last two issues dealt with
Television as Historian (Vols. 30.1 and 30.2).

Next conference is in November, 2002, a year from this
Fall, on The American West(s) in Film, Television, and History 
at the Kansas City Marriott, Country Club Plaza--just a few blocks 
from the Nelson Art Gallery, a major institution and just next door 
to the Kansas City Arts Institute. We are looking for energetic 
people to serve as Area Chairs and will put a list of existing and 
available Area Chair topics on the web site this summer.

www.filmandhistory.org

During the Fall of 2002, we will have panels at the Puebla, Mexico meeting
of the PCA/ACA. Please contact our panel organizer, James Yates, for
details and visit the Mexico web site for lots of information on the place, 
the
meeting, the amenities. Direct flights from Houston to Puebla at discount
prices.
www.udlap.mx/congress

Most sessions will be on the campus of the Universidad de las Americas
(UDLA), a school resembling San Diego State U or other Southern
California campuses.

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