Armed Forces: Masculinity and Sexuality in the American War Film

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations.
Abroad with Two Yanks, 87, 100
Adair, Gilbert, 120
Adorée, Renée, 16, 19, 73
Affleck, Ben, 140, 140–141
AIDS, 113, 151–153
Air Force, 43, 43–44
Albert, Eddie, 53, 75
Aldrich, Robert, 74
Alice's Restaurant, 108, 114
Allen, Judith, 8
All Quiet on the Western Front, 48, 73, 165n16
All the Queen's Men, 170n1
All Through the Night, 4
Altman, Rick, 4, 16
Altman, Robert, 103
Ambrose, Stephen, 123, 176n10, 179n8
American Beauty, 103, 110–111
American Guerrilla in the Philippines, 167n34
Anderegg, Michael, 170n14
Anderson, Maxwell, 155n1, 160n3
Andrews, Dana, 46, 78
And the Band Played On (book), 151
Anger, Kenneth, 28–30, 170n16
Apocalypse Now, 114, 116–118, 117
Araki, Gregg, 152
Arlen, Richard, 17, 29
Armageddon, 179n9
Ashby, Hal, 73, 82
Attack, 74–75
At War with the Army, 68
Auster, Albert, 138
Axt, William, 162n32
Ayres, Lew, 48, 73, 165n16
Bachner, Evan, 167n29
Bacon, Lloyd, 45
Bad Company, 150
Baker, Mark, 123, 128
Baker, Roger, 87
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 120
Band of Brothers (book), 123
Band of Brothers (cable miniseries), 176n10, 179n8
Barker, Pat, 168n1
Barthes, Roland, 167n30
Basic, 15, 103, 112–113
Basinger, Jeanine, 4–5, 138, 155n2, 161n9, 166n20
Bataan, 58, 60, 167n34
Battle Cry (film), 4, 169n5, 170n9, 176n8
Battle Cry (novel), 176n8
Bay, Michael, 137, 141–142, 179n9
Beckinsale, Kate, 140
Bederman, Gail, 10
Behind Enemy Lines, 137, 145–147
Behind the Front, 26
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca, 87, 101
Belton, John, 40
Bendix, William, 48, 67, 68, 96, 97, 100
Benshoff, Henry, 38
Benton, Robert, 150
Bergren, Laurence, 171n8
Bernhardt, Curtis, 74

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction - Definitions 1
  • Chapter One - Paradigms in the Silent Era 16
  • Chapter Two - Beyond Triangles 33
  • Chapter Three - Disavowing Threats 53
  • Chapter Four - Wounds 72
  • Chapter Five - Drag 87
  • Chapter Six - “don't Ask, Don't Tell” 102
  • Chapter Seven - Bodies, Weapons 114
  • Chapter Eight - Fathers and Sons 137
  • Conclusion - Buddies, Then and Now 148
  • Notes 155
  • Selected Bibliography 181
  • Index 187
  • About the Author 197
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