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Lewis Jacobs • 5 Items / 4 Books, 1 Film
The Rise of the American Film (1939)
A Critical History with an Essay: Experimental Cinema in America, 1921-1947
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Published Reviews
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    Popular Art and Major Industry (Review)
    The Rise of the American Film, by Lewis Jacobs
    1. The Rise of the American Film by Lewis Jacobs
    The Saturday Review, December 16, 1939, p. 5
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    Film Bookshelf (Review)
    The Rise of the American Film, by Lewis Jacobs
    1. The Rise of the American Film by Lewis Jacobs
    The Saturday Review, December 11, 1948, pp. 32-35
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    From Nickelodeon to Ninotchka (2 Reviews)
    The Rise of the American Film, by Lewis Jacobs
    1. The Rise of the American Film by Lewis Jacobs
    2. America at the Movies by Margaret Farrand Thorp
    The Nation, December 2, 1939, p. 626
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    American Movies (2 Reviews)
    The Rise of the American Film, by Lewis Jacobs
    1. The Rise of the American Film by Lewis Jacobs
    2. America at the Movies by Margaret Farrand Thorp
    The New Masses, December 5, 1939, pp. 24-25
  5. Books of the Week
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    How to Read a Movie (3 Reviews)
    D.W. Griffith: American Film Master, by Iris Barry
    1. D.W. Griffith: American Film Master by Iris Barry
    2. The Rise of the American Film by Lewis Jacobs
    3. America at the Movies by Margaret Farrand Thorp
    Commonweal, December 27, 1940, p. 257
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    Check List (15 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. The Living Tradition: Change and America by Simeon Strunsky
    2. Flowering Earth by Donald Culross Peattie
    3. The Incredible Era by Samuel Hopkins Adams
    4. Mind Explorers by John K. Winkler and Walter Bromberg
    5. Woe Unto You, Lawyers! by Fred Rodell
    6. Caribbean Treasure by Ivan T. Sanderson
    7. The Vampire Economy by Guenter Reimann
    8. American Tel. and Tel. by Horace Coon
    9. The Rise of the American Film by Lewis Jacobs
    10. From Nazi Sources by Fritz Sternberg
    11. Americas to the South by John T. Whitaker
    12. You Americans by B.P. Adams
    13. For Gold and Glory by Charles B. Parmer
    14. Prints and Impressions of Charleston by Elizabeth O'Neill Verner
    15. Who Criminals Are Caught by Arnold Miles
    The American Mercury, January 1940, pp. 115-117