In this Issue
- Volume 28, Numbers 1-2, 1998
- Special Focus: Oliver Stone as Cinematic Historian, Part 1
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viewing issueVolume 28, Numbers 1-2, 1998
Table of Contents
- Oliver Stone
- p. 28
- What Price Glory?
- pp. 69-71
- Titanic (1997) (review)
- pp. 70-71
- Critically Misunderstood
- p. 72
- Positive Public Image
- pp. 73-71
- An Elegiac Outlook
- p. 74
- Operatic Melodramas
- pp. 75-71
- Usual Magic
- pp. 76-77
- Detailed Attention
- p. 78
- Down with Communism!
- p. 79
Copyright Â© 1998 Historians Film Committee.