The Rise of the American Film: A Critical History

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PICTURE INDEX
A Bill of Divorcement, 493, 509
Abraham Lincoln, 394
A Call to Arms, 259, 530
A Case at Law, 279
A Child for Sale, 399
A Child of the Ghetto, 111, 140, 153
A Corner in Wheat, 141, 143
A Country Girl's Peril, 142
A Curious Dream, 76
Adam's Rib, 338, 339, 401, 410
A Daughter of the Gods, 200, 214, 279
A Day with the Soldier Boys, 145
A Dog's Life, 237
A Drunkard's Child, 141
Adventurer, The, 234, 274
Adventures of a Girl Spy, 123
Adventures of Dolly, The, 98, 100-101
A Farewell to Arms, 492, 528
Affairs of Anatol, The, 401
A Fool There Was, 216
After Many Years, 105, 106
A Happy Widower, 155
A Hot Time in Atlantic City, 155
Air Hostess, 519
A Lady to Love, 368
Alcatraz Island, 523
Algiers, 451, 494
Alias Jimmy Valentine, 207
Alibi, 409, 440
All Quiet on the Western Front, 487- 488, 493, 528
A Maid of France, 257
A Man to Remember, 450, 524
A Man Without a Country, 252, 259
Amarilly of Clothesline Alley, 265, 328
Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, The, 451
America, 97, 393
American Achievements, 256
American Aristocracy, 269
American Madness, 475, 517
American Methods, 275
Americans, The, 276
America's Answer, 254
A Mother's Grief, 141
Anarchist on Board, 151
An Eye for an Eye, 153
Angel, 361, 535
Angel Factory, The, 274
Angels with Dirty Faces, 514-515
An Alien280
An American Tragedy, 324, 468
A Persistent Suitor, 154
A Pitfall of the Installment Plan, 143
A Poor Relation, 414
Applause, 439, 469-470, 471
Are We Civilized?, 530
A River Tragedy, 51, 70
Arrowsmith, 451, 479, 524
Arsenal, 322
Aryan, The, 328
A Self-Made Hero, 143
As It Is in Life, 138
A Slave of Fashion, 407
A Small Town Idol, 210
As Others See Us, 268
A Star Is Born, 449, 491
As the Earth Turns, 516, 521
Atonement of Gosta Berling, The, 310, 383
A Trip to the Moon, 19, 27-30
Attorney for the Defense, 524
Auction of Souls, 146
Avenging Conscience, The, 171, 303
A Virtuous Vamp, 410
Awful Truth, The, 535
A Woman of Affairs, 408
A Woman of Paris, 236, 241-243, 356, 408
A Woman of the World, 410
Babbitt, 413
Back Street, 533
Bad Girl, 497, 533
Bandit King, 69
Bandit's Waterloo, The, 101
Bank Defaulter, 72
Barbarian, The, 102
Barbary Sheep, 208

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