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64.
For more on the subject of this peculiar bifurcation of the American sporting tradition, see Whannel ( 1984).
65.
Musser 1990, 4.
66.
Patricia Mellencamp, Cinema Histories, Cinema Practices, American Film Institute Monograph Series, vol. IV, eds. Mellencamp and Rosen, xiii, quoted in Gunning 1990, 7.
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Pope 1993, 327.

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