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Volume 31, Number 2, 2001

Table of Contents

Special Focus: Cold War (Part 2)

The Editor's Reflections and Reports

pp. 1-3


pp. 4-5

"Simply try for one hour to behave like gentlemen": British Cinema during the Early Cold War, 1945-1960

pp. 6-12

Yankee Pashas and Buried Women: Containing Abundance in 1950s Hollywood Orientalism

pp. 13-24

ABC-TV's Combat, World War II, and the Enduring Image of the Combat Cold Warrior

pp. 25-32

Network: The Other Cold War

pp. 33-39

Subverting the Cold War in the 1960s: Dr. Strangelove, The Manchurian Candidate, and The Planet of the Apes

pp. 40-44

From Gagarin to Armageddon: Soviet-American Relations in the Cold War Space Epic

pp. 45-51

Establishing Media Preservation Courses and Activities in Undergraduate Curriculums: Case Study - Harry S. Truman

pp. 52-57

Film Reviews

The Rockefellers: (Aired on PBS' The American Experience, Fall 2000)

pp. 58-59

Gibtown: Selected Films from the DoubleTake Documentary Film Festival (May, 2001)

pp. 59-60

Mule Skinner Blues

pp. 60-61

Cinema Verite: Defining the Moment

pp. 61-62

The Internationale

p. 62

Open Outcry & Startup.com

pp. 62-64

55th Annual Edinburgh Film Festival (August, 2001)

pp. 64-65

"Mainstreaming Ken Burns' Jazz (2001) for a National Audience": (Jazz originally aired on PBS in January, 2001)

pp. 65-69

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

pp. 70-72

Bruckheimer at War: Two Takes on Pearl Harbor

pp. 72-75

Showtime's Queer as Folk

pp. 75-77

Book Reviews

Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford (review)

pp. 78-79

Television Histories: Shaping Collective Memory in the Media Age (review)

pp. 79-80

Identifying Hollywood's Audiences: Cultural Identity and the Movies (review)

pp. 80-81

Dalton Trumbo, Hollywood Rebel (review)

pp. 81-82

A Chorus of Raspberries. British Film Comedy 1929-1939 (review)

p. 82

A Place to Remember, Using History to Build Community (review)

pp. 82-83

Real Images: Soviet Cinema and the Thaw (review)

pp. 83-84

Abraham Lincoln: Twentieth Century Popular Portrayals (review)

pp. 84-85

Parody as Film Genre: Never Give a Saga an Even Break (review)

pp. 85-86

Reconstructing Woody: Art, Love, and Life in the Films of Woody Allen (review)

pp. 86-87

King Arthur on Film New Essays on Arthurian Cinema (review)

pp. 87-88

Film & Art (review)

p. 88

Controlling Hollywood: Censorship and Regulation in the Studio Era (review)

p. 89

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