Other places you could find Holland's article on Kuleshov are
South Atlantic Quarterly 88.2 (1989):416-442 and in his book
_The Critical I_ (Columbia UP, $9.95).  Best,
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P.S.  Cal Pryluck might find some solutions to the variable results
in experimental re-runs of Kuleshov if he looked at the effect from
the spectator's point of view.  I.e., salience and speed of montage
vary with who is looking at it and how.  Rather than regard Kul. as
an "effect" as in cause-and-effect, how about thinking of it as
connections spectators make?  Then a lot of the issues become simpler.
                                        Best, NNH