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  Volume 24, Numbers 3-4, 1994

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Social Construction of Taste in America

Dear Readers of Film & History...

pp. 1-3

Special In-Depth Section: The History of Alternative Film Exhibition and the Social Construction of Taste

A Special Section: The History of Alternative Film Exhibition and the Social Construction of Taste

pp. 4-5

Beginnings of the Film Society Movement in the U.S.

pp. 6-26

Creating 'Reel' Value: The Establishment of The Museum of Modern Art Film Library, 1935-1939

pp. 28-46

Critical and Cultural Reception of the European Art Film in 1950s America: A Case Study of the Brattle Theatre (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

pp. 51-64

Other Studies

Contacting the Other: Traces of Migrational Colonialism and the Imperial Agent in Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo

pp. 66-83

Violence, Feminism, and the Counterculture in Peter Fonda's The Hired Hand

pp. 84-98

The Iron Curtain: A Premature Anti-Communist Film

pp. 100-112

Media in Review

Books in Brief

pp. 113-115

Despite Its Artistry, PBS Installment Lacks the Full Story

p. 116

The Hollywood Propaganda of World War II (review)

p. 117

'H-Film': Film History Enters Cyberspace

pp. 118-119

Research Areas

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