1. The film industry’s battle against left-wing influences, from the Russian Revolution to the Blacklist
  2. Larry Ceplair
  3. pp. 399-411
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  1. Brassbound G-Men and celluloid reds: The FBI’s search for communist propaganda in wartime Hollywood
  2. John Sbardellati
  3. pp. 412-436
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  1. Wyler’s Wars
  2. Sarah Kozloff
  3. pp. 456-473
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  1. ‘The Old Bogey’: The Hollywood Blacklist in Europe
  2. Rebecca Prime
  3. pp. 474-486
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  1. Two of the MADdest scientists: where Strangelove Meets Dr. No; or, unexpected roots for Kubrick’s cold war classic
  2. Grant B. Stillman
  3. pp. 487-500
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  1. The paradoxes of film and the recovery of historical memory: Vicente Aranda’s works on the Spanish Civil War
  2. Stephen Schwartz
  3. pp. 501-507
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  1. ‘TWU ON TV!’ – The Transport Workers’ Union and television in the early 1950s and 1960s
  2. Erika Gottfried
  3. pp. 508-512
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  1. Film History index to Volumes 15–20 (2003–09)
  2. pp. 514-518
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  1. Introduction: Politics and Film
  2. Daniel J. Leab
  3. pp. 395-398
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