INDEX
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, 86
Abbott, Bud, 86
Abominable Dr. Phibes, The, 356
Above Us the Waves, 1–2
Accident, xiii, 2–3, 19, 34, 253, 254
Aces High, 3–4
Adams, Ken, 116
Addison, John, 369
Adler, Larry, 147
Admirable Crichton, 110, 152, 272, 273
Adventures of a Taxi Driver, 114
Adventures of the Scarlet Pimpernel, The, 154
Afterglow, 66
Against the Wind, 4–5, 78, 379
Age of Consent, 309
Age of Innocence, 192
Age of Kings, The, 72
Agony and the Ecstacy, The, 317
Agutter, Jenny, 324
Ah, Wilderness, 13
Aimee, Anouk, 194
Air Force, 381
Airport, 215
Alamo, The, 175
Aldrich, Robert, 334
Alexander the Great, 87
Alexander, Terence, 234
Alfie, 5–6, 47, 132, 147, 152
Alfie Elkins and his Little Life, 5
Alfresco, 363
Alien, 198
All Creatures Great and Small, 188
All Night Long, 6–7
All That Heaven Allows, 352
All the Brothers Were Valiant, 157
All the President's Men, 103
All Through the Night, 76
Allan, Irving, 115
Allegret, Marc, 156
Allen, Chesney, 144
Allen, Lewis, 348, 365
Allied Film Makers, 137, 177, 235
Alligator Named Daisy, An, 113, 241
Allingham, Margery, 18
Alphabet Murders, The, 329
Altman, Robert, 21, 65
Always a Bride, 84
Always Tell Your Wife, 184
Ambler, Eric, 17, 84, 292, 293, 300
Amelia, 328
Amicus Productions, 7, 13, 18, 99
Amistad, 189
Among Vultures, 157
And Now the Screaming Starts, 7, 18, 88
Anderson, Lindsay, 8–9, 62, 108, 319, 361, 362, 373
Anderson, Michael, 63, 91, 367
Andress, Ursula, 19, 141
Andrews, Dana, 84, 322
Angel Street, 145
Angela's Ashes, 54

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • A 1
  • B 16
  • C 47
  • D 90
  • E 120
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  • Appendix: List of Films, Actors, and Directors, 1929-2000 401
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