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Early American Cinema (1970)
A concise history of the American motion picture industry before 1920.
The Idols of Silence (1976)
Aspects of American Film History Prior to 1920 (1978)
Films on Film History (1979)
Fifty Great American Silent Films, 1912-1920: A Pictorial Survey (1980)
The Kindergarten of the Movies: A History of the Fine Arts Company (1980)
Great Radio Personalities: In Historic Photographs (1982)
Early Women Directors (1984)
Selected Film Criticism: Foreign Films, 1930-1950 (1984)
The Vaudevillians (1984)
A dictionary of vaudeville performers.
A Collector's Guide to TV Memorabilia (1985)
Fifty Classic British Films, 1932-1982: A Pictorial Record (1985)
The Best of "Rob Wagner's Script" (1985)
"This anthology gathers together the best of the journal , including short stories by Charles Chaplin, profiles by Jim Tully and Dalton Trumbo, poetry by Jessamyn West, and articles by Upton Sinclair, Agnes de Mille, Sigmund Romberg, Eddie Cantor, and Ben Hecht. Of particular interest are some of the earliest writings of William
International Film, Radio, and Television Journals: (Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals and Newspapers) (1985) Saroyan, Louis L'Amour, and Ray Bradbury." -- Amazon.com
Great Pretenders: A History of Female and Male Impersonation in the Performing Arts (1986)
The American Film Industry: A Historical Dictionary (1986)
Fifty Classic French Films, 1912-1982: A Pictorial Record (1987)
Selected Radio and Television Criticism (1987)
The Big V (1987) with Alan Gevinson
Selected Vaudeville Criticism (1988)
The Cinema and Ireland (1988)
The Picture Dancing on a Screen: Poetry of the Cinema (1988)
The International Film Industry (1989)
What's what in the international film world.
Selected Theatre Criticism (1989)
Silent Portraits (1990)
Collector's Guide to Treasures from the Silver Screen (1991)
The Television Industry (1991)
Before Video : A History of the Non-Theatrical Film (1992)
Nitrate Won't Wait: A History of Film Preservation in the United States (1992)
A history of film preservation in the United States.
The Slide Area (1992)
Reprints more than 300 of Slide's film book reviews from the monthly Classic Images.
They Also Wrote for the Fan Magazines (1992)
Film articles by literary giants from E.E. Cummings to Eleanor Roosevelt, 1920-1939.
Gay and Lesbian Characters and Themes in Mystery Novels: A Critical Guide to over 500 Works in English (1993)
The Encyclopedia of Vaudeville (1994)
Selected Film Criticism (1995)
The Hollywood Novel: A Critical Guide to over 1200 Works With Film-Related Themes or Characters, 1912 Through 1994 (1995)
Lois Weber : The Director Who Lost Her Way in History (1996)
The Silent Feminists (1996)
Some Joe You Don't Know (1996)
An American biographical guide to 100 British television personalities.
De Toth on De Toth: Putting the Drama in Front of the Camera (1997)
"A fascinating survey of the career of one of Hollywood's great mavericks. Andre de Toth expounds on his film-making career. The cast of characters includes his former wife Veronica Lake, along with a host of Hollywood's greatest, late and present. De Toth talks about his work on "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Superman, " as well as how a one-eyed director could make the 3-D masterpiece, "House of Wax." 27 photographs." -- Ingram
Ravished Armenia and the Story of Aurora Mardiganian (1997)
On Actors and Acting (1998) with Alexander Knox
Banned in the USA: British Films in the United States and Their Censorship, 1933-1960 (Cinema and Society Series) (1998)
Eccentrics of Comedy (1998)
Examines the lives and careers of twelve ecccentric comedy entertainers : Alice Howell, Bobby Clark, Colonel Lemuel Q. Stoopnagle, the Duncan Sisters, Ed Brendel, Edward Everett Horton, Ernest Thesiger, Franklin Pangborn, Margaret Rutherford, Milton Berle, Old Mother Riley, and Phyllis Diller.
The New Historical Dictionary of the American Film Industry (1998)
Sourcebook for the Performing Arts (1998) with Patricia King Hanson and Stephen L. Hanson
Actors on Red Alert (1999)
"The anti-Communist hysteria that began in the 1930s was further empowered in 1938 when the House of Representatives established the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities. Soon thereafter, the creation of the blacklist in the late 1940s brought the Hollywood film and television community into the fold. Provocatively capturing the controversy and sentiments surrounding this period of political imbalance, " Actors on Red Alert" explores the repercussions of the blacklist through career interviews with five prominent actors and actresses." -- Amazon.com
Silent Portraits: Stars of the Silent Screen in Historic Photographs (2000)
Silent Players: A Biographical and Autobiographical Study of 100 Silent Film Actors and Actresses (2002)
Lost Gay Novels: A Reference Guide to Fifty Works of Fiction from the First Half of the Twentieth Century (2003)
" ... respected pop culture historian Anthony Slide resurrects fifty early twentieth-century American novels with gay themes or characters and discusses them in carefully researched, engaging prose. Each entry offers you a detailed discussion of plot and characters, a summary of contemporary critical reception, and biographical information on the often-obscure writer.
Included in the author's discussion are: Alvah Bessie, André Birabeau, André Tellier, Blair Niles, Calder Willingham, Charles Jackson, Clarkson Crane, Compton Mackenzie, Denton Welch, Elliot Paul, Ernest Frost, Ernest Milton, Eugene O'Brien, George Davis, George Eekhoud, Harlan Cozad McIntosh, Harrison Dowd, Henry Blake Fuller, Hubert Creekmore, Isabel Bolton, J. Keith Winter, James Barr, James M. Cain, Janet Schane, Jean Lyttle, John Buchan, John Evans, John Horne Burns, Kay Boyle, L. A. G. Strong, Larry Barretto, Lew Levenson, Loren Wahl, Mary Renault, Michael de Forrest, Myron Brinig, Nial Kent, Rex Stout, Richard Brooks, Richard Hull, Richard Meeker, Stuart Benton, Stuart Engstrand, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Thomas Hal Phillips, Vance Bourjaily, Waldo Frank, Ward Thomas, Willard Motley, and William Maxwell.
Such a Little Simple Tale: Critical Responses to L. M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables (2003)