You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet: The American Talking Film: History & Memory, 1927-1949

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INDEX Of FILMS
Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 187
Abraham Lincoln, 134
Ace in the Hole, 333
Across the Pacific, 109, 110, 401, 476
Act of Violence, 107, 126, 476
Action in the North Atlantic, 401
Adam Had Four Sons, 415
Adam's Rib, 341, 456-58
The Admirable Crichton, 20, 92
The Adventurer, 144
The African Queen, 255, 402-3
After the Thin Man, 94
The Air Circus, 267
Air Force, 202, 278
Air Mail, 171
Alexander Nevsky, 52
Alexander's Ragtime Band, 27
The Alibi, 68, 76
Alice Adams, 356-57, 452, 453
Alice in Wonderland, 437
Alimony Madness, 468
All About Eve, 311, 324, 405-7, 434, 477
All I Desire, 432
All Quiet on the Western Front, 10, 29, 127-28, 267, 269
All The King's Men, 458
Always Goodbye, 431
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, 105, 399-400
Ambassador Bill, 173
An American in Paris, 57
An American Tragedy, 191, 212, 216, 225-26, 233, 459
Anastasia, 416
Anatahan, 213-14, 231, 233, 234
Anchors Aweigh, 60-61, 62
And So Ends Our Night, 411
Angel, 90, 95, 96, 297, 298, 299, 301
Angel Face, 112, 113, 114
Angel Street, 480-81, 483
Angels with Dirty Faces, 78, 105, 392, 394, 399-400
Angels Over Broadway, 60
Animal Crackers, 23, 445-46
Anna Christie, 270, 379-80, 385, 422
Anna Karenina, 227-28, 229, 377, 385-87
Annie Oakley, 357, 431
The Apartment, 324, 331, 333
Applause, 8, 37, 218, 446
Appointment for Love, 411-12
Arise My Love, 332
Arrowsmith, 170-71, 232
The Aryan, 103
As You Desire Me, 381, 383
The Asphalt Jungle, 24, 75, 111
Autumn Sonata, 416
Avanti!, 324

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgement vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Hollywood Studios 22
  • 2 - Genres 31
  • 3 - The Directors 130
  • 4 - Actors and Actresses 374
  • 5 - Guilty Pleasures 466
  • Appendix I - Academy Awards: Nominations and Winners, 1927-1949 497
  • Appendix II - New York Film Critics Circle Awards, 1935-1949 513
  • Appendix III - Best Directors, 1927-1949 515
  • Appendix IV - Best Performances, 1929-1949 527
  • Index of Films 537
  • Index of Names 553
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