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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Floyd Dell Reports to a New York Publisher: vi
  • Contents vii
  • Prologue ix
  • 1: Reel One Close-Up 1
  • Reel Two Shoe-Blacking and Lozengers 14
  • Reel Three Pretzels and Buffalo Pans 23
  • Reel Four Nickelodeons and Common Shows 32
  • Reel Five the Road to Fortune 46
  • Reel Six Over the Hill 56
  • Reel Seven the Midas Touch 67
  • Reel Eight Red Tape 80
  • Reel Nine the Vultures 94
  • Reel Ten the Octopus 102
  • Reel Eleven Reaping the Whirlwind 114
  • Reel Twelve the Fox Trap 127
  • Reel Thirteen the Fox Hesitates 140
  • Reel Fourteen the Fox Enters 153
  • Reel Fifteen the Trap Shuts 167
  • Reel Sixteen the Fiend Ingratitude 184
  • Reel Seventeen Bank Solidarity 196
  • Reel Eighteen Ford Jokes 207
  • Reel Nineteen the Reptyle 221
  • Reel Twenty Legal Actions 232
  • Reel Twenty-One the Scales of Justice 247
  • Reel Twenty-Two a Judge in Business 259
  • Reel Twenty-Three the Stockholders Meet 272
  • Reel Twenty-Four the Japanese Meeting 287
  • Reel Twenty-Five Captain Kidd 303
  • Reel Twenty-Six the Business of Loot 315
  • Reel Twenty-Seven Empty Shells 326
  • Reel Twenty-Eight Summing Up 338
  • Reel Twenty-Nine Aftermath 349
  • Epilogue 360
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