Selective Bibliography for the Third Edition

CHAPTER 1. Origins

Allen, Jeanne Thomas. "Copyright and Early Theater, Vaudeville, and Film Competition." Journal of the University Film Association 31, 2 (Spring 1979): 5-11; rpt. in Film before Griffith, edited by Fell, 176-85.

Allen, Robert C. "Contra the Chaser Theory." Wide Angle 3, 1 (1979): 4-11; rpt. in Film before Griffith, edited by Fell, 105-15.

Allen, Robert C. "Motion Picture Exhibition in Manhattan, 1906-1912: Beyond the Nickel- odeon." Cinema Journal 18, 2 (Spring 1979): 2-15; rpt. in The American Movie Industry: The Business of Motion Pictures, edited by Kindem, 12-24, and in Film before Griffith, edited by Fell, 162-75.

Allen, Robert C. "Vitascope/Cinématograph: Initial Patterns of American Film Practice." Journal of the University Film Association 31, 2 (Spring 1979): 13-18; rpt. in The Ameri- can Movie Industry, edited by Kindem, 3-11, and in Film before Griffith, edited by Fell, 144-52.

Allen, Robert C. Vaudeville and Film, 1895-1915: A Study in Media Interaction. Ph. D. dis- sertation, University of Iowa, 1977; rpt. New York: Arno, 1980.

Allen, Robert C. "Looking at 'Another Look at the Chaser Theory.' " Studies in Visual Com- munication 10, 4 (Fall 1984): 44-50.

Allen, Robert C. and Douglas Gomery. Film History: Theory and Practice. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1985.

Amengual, Barthélemy. "The Life of an American Fireman et la naissance du montage." Cahiers de la cinémathèque 17 (Christmas 1975): 23-27.

Anderson, Joseph and Barbara Anderson. "Motion Perception in Motion Pictures." In The Cinematic Apparatus, edited by de Lauretis and Heath, 76-95.

Anderson, Joseph and Barbara Fisher. "The Myth of Persistence of Vision." Journal of the University Film Association 30, 4 (Fall 1978): 3-8.

Balio, Tino, ed. The American Film Industry. Rev. ed. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1985.

Barnes, John. The Beginnings of the Cinema in England. London: David and Charles; New York: Barnes and Noble, 1976.

Barnes, John. The Pioneers of the British Film, 1898: The Rise of the Photoplay. London: Bishop's Gate, 1983.

Barnes, John. The Rise of the Cinema in Great Britain: Jubilee Year 1897. London: Bishop's Gate, 1983.

Barnes, John. Filming the Boer War. London: Bishop's Gate, 1992.

Barnouw, Erik. The Magician and the Cinema. New York: Oxford University Press, 1981.

Benjamin, Walter. "A Short History of Photography." Screen 13, 1 (Spring 1972): 5-26.

Bottomore, Stephen. "Shots in the Dark: The Real Origins of Film Editing." Sight and Sound 57, 3 (Summer 1988): 200-204.

Bowers, Q. David. Nickelodeon Theaters and Their Music. Vestal, N. Y.: Vestal, 1986.

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