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Virginia Wright Wexman
Abstract: The early years of American Vitagraph Company are re-examined in a way which reveals the problems and realities of the moving
picture world during the 1890s. Vitagraph's business policies reflect the interplay of film production and exhibition, suggesting
that the company's business strategies are seen most profitably in relation to cinema's historically specific mode of production.
Abstract: In an effort to uncover the assumptions behind sociological analysis of the German cinema, this essay examines Siegfried Kracauer's
"From Caligari to Hitler", Paul Monaco's "Cinema and Society", and Julian Petley's "Capital and Culture", arguing that despite
its obvious flaws, Kracauer's study remains the most compelling model for subsequent interpretation.
E. Ann Kaplan, Lauren Rabinovitz