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Ghosts of Theatre and Cinema in the Brain, Mark Pizzato, (2006) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 323 pp., ISBN 140397215X (hbk), $79.95

The Magic Lantern: An Autobiography, Ingmar Bergman (trans. Joan Tate), (2007) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 303 pp., ISBN-13 9780226043821, ISBN-10 0226043827 (pbk), $18.00

The Films of Tod Browning, Bernd Herzogenrath (ed.), (2006) London: Black Dog Publishing, 238 pp., ISBN 101904772551X (pbk), 29.95

The Hollywood Horror Film, 19311941: Madness in a Social Landscape, Reynold Humphries, (2006) Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 283 pp., ISBN 081085726X (pbk), $45.00

Abel Ferrara, Nicole Brenez (trans. Adrian Martin), (2007) Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 210 pp., ISBN 0252074114 (pbk), $19.95; ISBN 0252031547 (hbk), $50.00

The Solaris Effect: Art and Artifice in Contemporary American Film, Steven Dillon, (2006) Austin: University of Texas Press, 265 pp., ISBN 0292713452 (pbk), 13.99

Screening Politics: The Politician in American Movies, Harry Keyishian, (2006) Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 199 pp., ISBN-13 9780810858824, ISBN-10: 0810858827 (pbk), $24.95

What Have They Built You To Do?: The Manchurian Candidate and Cold War America, Matthew Frye Jacobson and Gaspar Gonzlez, (2006) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 235 pp., ISBN 0816641250 (pbk), $19.95

Hollywood: From Vietnam to Reagan and Beyond, Robin Wood, (expanded and revised edition), (2003) New York: Columbia University Press, 363 pp., ISBN-13 9780231129661, ISBN-10: 023112967X (pbk), 18.50

Hollywood: Politics and Society, Mark Wheeler, (2006) London: British Film Institute, 188 pp., ISBN 184457136X (pbk), 16.99

Document Type: Book Review


Affiliations: 1: Long Island University. 2: Hofstra University. 3: University of the West of England. 4: University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. 5: The University of Texas at Austin.

Publication date: 2009-08-01

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