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FILM & HISTORY
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies
 
Volume 28, Numbers 3-4 (1998)
 
Table of Contents
 
The Editor's Reflections and Reports. Peter C. Rollins 1
 
Special Editor's Introduction. Robert Brent Toplin  4
 
Oliver Stone as Cinematic Historian, Part II
 
New Left, Revisionist, In-Your-Face History: Oliver Stone's Born on the Fourth
of July Experience.  Jack E. Davis 6
 
Oliver Stone's Salvador (1986): Revolution for the Unacquainted.
Dale T. Graden and James W. Martin 18
 
Way Cooler than Manson: Natural Born Killers (1994).
David T. Courtwright 28
 
Jim Morrison, Oliver Stone, and the Quest for the Sixties.
Barbara L. Tischler 38
 
Eisenstein Anniversary Essay (1898-1998)
 
Remembering Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein, 1898-1998: Wagnerian Opera in
Stalin's Diplomacy.  R. C. Raack  48
 
An Encomium to Richard Raack, Historian-Filmmaker.
Peter C. Rollins 57
 
Saving Private Ryan Discussion
 
Realism, Genre, and Saving Private Ryan.
Phil Landon 58
 
Make You Look: Towards a Critical Evaluation of Steven Spielberg's Saving
Private Ryan. Laurent Ditmann 64
 
An Internet Discussion of Saving Private Ryan.
Opinions from H-PCAACA 72
 
Film Reviews
 
Agnes Merlet. Artemisia (1998). John C. Tibbetts 82
 
Alamance. Lue Simopoulos. Craig Thompson Friend 84
 
Olympia (1997). Bob Byington. Beatriz Badikian 86
 
Book Reviews
 
Don Kunz, Editor. The Films of Oliver Stone.
 Robert Fyne 92
 
Isabel Cristina Pinedo. Recreational Terror: Women and the Pleasures of Horror
Film Viewing. Suzanne Broderick  93
 
Bernard Dick. City of Dreams: The Making and Remaking of Universal Pictures.
        Wallace Bullock 94
 
Karl E. Cohen. Forbidden Animation: Censored Cartoons and Blacklisted
Animators
in America.      Michael Yates 95
 
Stanley Corkin. Realism and the Birth of the Modern United States: Cinema,
Literature, and Culture. Michael J. Strada 96
 
Donald Crafton. The Talkies: American Cinema's Transition to Sound, 1926-1931
(History of the American Cinema, 4). John C. Tibbetts 97
 
Paul M. Edwards. A Guide to Films on the Korean War.
Robert Fyne 98
 
Peter C. Rollins and John E. 0' Conner, Editors. Hollywood's Indian:
The Portrayal of the Native American in Film. Marshall W. Fishwick 99
 
Melissa E. Biggs. French Films, 1945-1993:
A Critical Filmography of the 400 Most Important Releases.
Laurent Ditmann 100
 
Patrick McGilligan. Fritz Lang: The Nature of the Beast.
Peter Rollberg 101
 
Leslie Midkiff DeBauche. Reel Patriotism: The Movies and World War I.
Peter C. Rollins and John E. O'Connor. Hollywood's World War I: Motion Picture
Images.   Robert W. Matson  102
 
Panivong Norindr. Phantasmatic Indochina: French Colonial Ideology in
Architecture,  Film, and Literature. Laurent Ditmann 103
Eileen Whitfield. Pickford: The Woman Who Made Hollywood. University Elizabeth
Abele 104
 
Thomas Schatz. Boom and Bust: The American Cinema in the 1940s
(History of the American Cinema, 6). Robert Fyne 105
 
McGilligan, Patrick and Paul Buhle. Tender Comrades:
A Backstory of the Hollywood Blacklist.
Bernard Weinstein 106
James E. Wise Jr. and Anne Collier. Stars in Blue: Movie Actors in America's
Sea
Services. David Wilt 107
 
International Liaison
 
Cambridge Colloquium. Richard Howells, Europe
108
 
Film and History in Scandanavia. Hannu Salmi, Scandinavia
109
 
 
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