CONTENTS
 Acknowledgmentsxi
InTrODuCTIOn: a TrICK OF LIGHT3
DePP POSITIONS19
 Hungarian21
 Apprehending35
 Not Finished41
 One Drag46
 No Thing60
 Disappearance66
 Blanc86
 The Outsider90
 Light and Darkness97
InTerLuDe107
JOHnnY DePP STarTS Here119
 Gilbert121
 Spencer135
 Himself142
 Raoul154
 Raoul, Again161
 Don Juan166
 Donnie (Joe)177
 Glen188
 Axel194
 William201
 Edward, George, Jack, and Bon Bon206
 Cap’n Jack (Four Preludes)222
 Raphael233
 Mort237

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  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction- a Trick of Light 3
  • Depp Positions 19
  • Interlude 107
  • Johnny Depp Starts Here 119
  • Depp Theory 243
  • The Image Views Himself Disappear 261
  • Works Cited and Consulted 271
  • Filmography 279
  • Credits 297
  • Index 299
  • About the Author 309
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