Bibliographic update April 2017: Historical Journal Of Film, Radio And Television

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

Autobiography and history on screen: The Life and Times of Lord Mountbatten
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Small Screen to Big Screen Made-for-TV Movies in American and International Cinemas
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‘Territory Going Fast!’ State rights distribution and the early multi-reel feature film
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Fair do’s: Tom Hadaway and the regional voice in 1970s British television
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British radio drama and the avant-garde in the 1950s
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Mad Men Is History
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Shih-I Hsiung on the air: a Chinese pioneer at the BBC during World War II
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Censoring Tarzan in Belgium: The Belgian Board of Film Control and the Tarzan films, 1932–1946
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‘The dramatic idea of justice’: wrongful conviction, documentary television, and The Court of Last Resort
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Legally Independent: The Exhibition of Independent Art Films
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Bryanston Films: An Experiment in Cooperative Independent Film Production and Distribution
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The Pragmatic Alliance of DEFA and Barrandov: Cultural Transfer, Popular Cinema and Czechoslovak-East German Co-productions, 1957–85
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Radio and Urban Rhythms in 1930s Colonial Taiwan
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An Uncompetitive Cinema: The British Fiction Short Film in the 1960s
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Video Nicies: Rethinking the relationship between video entertainment and children in Britain during the early 1980s
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Infectious Media: Debating the Role of Movie Theaters in Detroit during the Spanish Influenza of 1918
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From Public–Private Virtue to Cultural-Corporate Amoeba: Mr Blobby and the Rise of BBC Worldwide During the 1990s
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The United States Government (in the form of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and the House Committee on Un-American Activities) versus Three Alien Artists (Charlie Chaplin, Bertolt Brecht and Hanns Eisler)
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Frances Marion, The Secret Six, and the Evolving Heroine in 1930s Hollywood
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Restoring Whiteness, Sanitizing Blackness and Authenticating Modern Artifice: Pepsodent Toothpaste and the Visual Branding of Amos ‘n’ Andy
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