The Hispanic Image on the Silver Screen: An Interpretive Filmography from Silents into Sound, 1898-1935

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THE HISPANIC IMAGE ON THE SILVER SCREEN
An Interpretive Filmography from Silents into Sound, 1898-1935

Alfred Charles Richard Jr.

Bibliographies and Indexes in the Performing Arts. Number 12

GREENWOOD PRESS New York · Westport, Connecticut · London

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The Hispanic Image on the Silver Screen: An Interpretive Filmography from Silents into Sound, 1898-1935
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in the Performing Arts ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • List of Abbreviations xliii
  • Primitive Times 1898-1906 1
  • Feature Film Lists 2a
  • 1907 3
  • 1908 5
  • 1909 11
  • 1910 21
  • 1911 33
  • 1912 59
  • 1913 83
  • 1914 111
  • 1915 139
  • 1916 167
  • 1917 193
  • 1918 207
  • 1919 221
  • 1920 227
  • 1921 231
  • 1922 243
  • 1923 267
  • 1924 285
  • 1925 307
  • 1926 327
  • 1927 343
  • 1928 361
  • 1929 377
  • 1930 397
  • 1931 425
  • 932 447
  • 1933 461
  • 1934 477
  • 1935 497
  • Indexes 522
  • About the Author 573
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