Eisenstein Rediscovered

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Illustrations
Frontispiece: Eisenstein as a child i
1 Shooting Potemkinxx
2 A discarded scene from The General Line7
3 Meisel's score for The Battleship Potemkin10
4 A screen-test for Ivan the Terrible Part 3 13
5 Eisenstein in Mexico 21
6 'The Death of King Duncan' drawing 22
7 'The Building to be Built' diagram 26
8 'Les Dons' drawings 28
9 Eisenstein at La Sarraz 37
10 Rehearsing Die Walküre38
11 Directing Vitya Kartashov in Bezhin Meadow47
12 Directing the grandmother in Bezhin Meadow47
13 Tisse filming Bezhin Meadow48
14 Soviet Potemkin box-office announcement 54
15 German publicity for October61
16 'Makes people jealous!' 72
17 Ivan the Terrible74
18 The Provisional Government in October83
19 Uzume and Christ in October89
20 Jump-cut in October91
21 Sailor in October93
22 Erotic metaphor in October94
23 Kerensky in October99
24 The peacock in October99
25 Tsar's portrait in October100
26 Chamber-pot in October100
27 The Tsar as huntsman in October101
28 The Mexican111
29 Wise Man113
30 Gas Masks116
31 Eisenstein, Tretyakov and Mei-Lan-fan 121

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