Bibliographic update January 2015: All

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

Up, Up and Across: Superman, the Second World War and the Historical Development of Transmedia Storytelling
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Reception of War Propaganda in Fascist Italy: Second World War Fiction Films and Critical Audiences
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British Governmental Institutions, the Regional Information Office in Singapore and the Use of the Official Film in Malaya and Singapore, 1948–1961
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Crisis At The Capitole: A Cultural Economics Analysis Of A Major First-Run Cinema In Ghent, 1953–1971
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‘If You Have Seen it, You Cannot Forget!’: Film Consumption and Memories of Cinema-Going in 1950s Rome
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Film policy, national identity and period adaptations in Flanders during the 1970s and 1980s
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W. B. Yeats and Broadcasting, 1924–1965
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‘THE KIND OF PROGRAM SERVICE ALL THE PEOPLE WANT’: PAT WEAVER’S FAILED FOURTH NETWORK
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Screening Fascism in the Free State: Italian Propaganda Films and Diplomacy in Ireland, 1934–1940
vol. 34 (4): 493-510
The Changing Face of the Amateur Holiday Film In Britain as Constructed by Post-War Amateur Cine World (1945–1951)
vol. 34 (4): 511-527
The Monument and the Sewer: Memory and Death in Wajda’s Kanal (1957)
vol. 34 (4): 528-545
African Adventures: Film Finances Ltd and Actor-Producers on Safari
vol. 34 (4): 546-567
Playing with New Rules: Radio Quiz Shows and the Reorientation of the Japanese Under the US Occupation, 1945–1952
vol. 34 (4): 568-585
Nielsen And The Networks: Scientific Capitalism, Broadcasting And Congress, 1956–1958
vol. 34 (4): 586-598
America is Elsewhere: the noir tradition in the age of consumer culture
vol. 34 (4): 599-601
Hidden Chicano Cinema: film dramas in the borderlands
vol. 34 (4): 601-603
The Demons of Modernity. Ingmar Bergman and European cinema
vol. 34 (4): 603-605
History on Television
vol. 34 (4): 606-607
Mussolini’s Dream Factory: film stardom in fascist Italy
vol. 34 (4): 608-610
Swedish Broadcasting. Communicative ethos, genres and institutional change
vol. 34 (4): 610-612
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