Bibliographic update April 2016: Historical Journal Of Film, Radio And Television

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

The ballad of Alan and Auntie Beeb: Alan Lomax’s radio programmes for the BBC, 1943–1960
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What’s wrong with this picture: casual disregard for history in George Clooney’s The Monuments Men (2014)
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Channel 4 and the declining influence of organized religion on UK television. The case of Jesus: The Evidence
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Roger Casement on Screen: The Background Story on an Historical Film Opportunity, 1915–1916
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Resisting Hollywood dominance in sixties British cinema: the NFFC/rank joint financing initiative
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Cinema advertising and the Sea Witch ‘Lost Island’ film (1965)
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Exploiting local controversy: regional British censorship of Last Tango in Paris (1972)
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A transnational history of radio listening groups II: Canada, Australia and the world
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A transnational history of radio listening groups I: the United Kingdom and United States
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Drei Sensationen und zwei Katastrophen: Feuilletons zur Welt der Kinos
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Images of blood in American cinema: The Tingler to The Wild Bunch
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Batman
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Conflicting interpretations of Rome, Open City in 1945 Italy
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Industrial organization of film exhibitors in the Low Countries: comparing the Netherlands and Belgium, 1945–1960
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Trophy, evidence, document: appropriating an archive film from Liepaja, 1941
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Early transcontinental film relations: Japan, Germany and the compromises of co-production, 1926–1933
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Anglo-Italian co-productions in the 1950s and 1960s: film finances, the Prince and Venice
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Re-orientating Japanese cinema: cold war criticism of ‘anti-American’ films
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Creating an anti-communist motion picture producers’ network in Asia: the Asia Foundation, Asia Pictures, and the Korean Motion Picture Cultural Association
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Lost adaptations: piracy, ‘Rip Offs’, and the Australian Copyright Act 1905
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