restricted access   Volume 30, Number 2, 2000

Table of Contents

Special Focus: Television as Historian, Part 2

The Presidency in Film and Television

pp. 1-4

Television as Historian, Part 2

Television as Historian, Part 2: Reframing the Past from Inside the TV Environment

pp. 5-6

The History Channel and the Challenge of Historical Programming

pp. 7-16

Rethinking Television Historiography

pp. 17-28

Nice Guys Last Fifteen Seasons: Jack Benny on Television, 1950-1965

pp. 29-40

Quantum Leap: The Postmodern Challenge of Television as History

pp. 41-49

"Uncle Sam Prepares": The Presentation of the United States in British Newsreels Before the Second World War

pp. 50-59

An Interview with Steven M. Gillon, Host of the History Channel's History or Hollywood

pp. 60-62

The Patriot On-Line: Discussion Network Posts from H-Film and H-War

pp. 63-68

Film Reviews

The Wizard of Photography: A Green Light Productions Inc. film for WGBH/Boston and The American Experience (Aired Spring, 2000)

pp. 69-70

Culture Shock: A Four Part PBS Series A Production of WGBH Boston

pp. 70-73

Nova: Secrets of Lost Empires II (review)

pp. 73-75

Morality and German Film: The Berlinale 2000: A Review of the Berlin International Film Festival February 7-18, 2000

pp. 75-77

Walker Evans/America. Aired on PBS, Spring, 2000

pp. 77-78

Chuck Workman's The Source: The Beats as Beginning (review)

pp. 78-79

Book Reviews

McFarland Medley: A Review Essay

pp. 80-84

Vixens, Floozies and Molls: 28 Actresses of Late 1920s and 1930s Hollywood (Limited/Limiting Roles) (review)

p. 86

Robin Hood: A Cinematic History of the English Outlaw and his Scottish Counterparts (One Thousand Years of History) (review)

pp. 86-87

The Magic Mirror: Moviemaking in Russia, 1908-1918 (New Technology) (review)

pp. 87-88