1. How It Feels to Be Run Over: Early Film Accidents
  2. James Leo Cahill
  3. pp. 289-316
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  1. Doing Death Over: Industrial Safety Films, Accidental Motion Studies, and the Involuntary Crash Test Dummy
  2. Karen Beckman
  3. pp. 317-347
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  1. The Accident Is Uncontainable/The Accident Must Be Contained: High-Speed Cinematography and the Development of Scientific Crash Testing
  2. Greg Siegel
  3. pp. 348-372
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  1. Lost Time: Blunt Head Trauma and Accident-Driven Cinema
  2. René Thoreau Bruckner
  3. pp. 373-400
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  1. The Contingency of Connection: The Path to Politicization in Babel
  2. Todd McGowan
  3. pp. 401-418
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  1. "This Guitar Has Seconds to Live": Guitar Drag's Archaeology of Indeterminacy and Violence
  2. Carlos Kase
  3. pp. 419-442
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  1. Contagion and the Necessary Accident
  2. Bill Albertini
  3. pp. 443-467
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  1. Making Trouble
  2. Daniel Herbert
  3. pp. 468-471
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  1. Introduction: Cinema and Accident
  2. René Thoreau Bruckner, James Leo Cahill, Greg Siegel
  3. pp. 279-288
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 472-474
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