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Early Bergman [videorecording] by Ingmar Bergman1
Eclipse Series 3: Late Ozu (Early Spring / Tokyo Twilight / Equinox Flower / Late Autumn / The End of Summer) (The Criterion Collection) by Yasujiro Ozu3
Raymond Bernard [videorecording] by Raymond Bernard4
The first films of Samuel Fuller [videorecording] by Samuel Fuller5
Eclipse Series 6: Carlos Saura's Flamenco Trilogy (Blood Wedding / Carmen / El Amor Brujo) (The Criterion Collection) by Carlos Saura6
The Love Parade [1929 film] by Ernst Lubitsch8
Silent Ozu three family comedies [videorecording] by Yasujirō Ozu10
Larisa Shepitko [videorecording] by Larisa Shepitko11
Aki Kaurismäki's Proletariat Trilogy (Shadows in Paradise / Ariel / The Match Factory Girl) by Aki Kaurismäki12
Eclipse Series 13: Kenji Mizoguchi's Fallen Women (Osaka Elegy / Sisters of the Gion / Women of the Night / Street of Shame) (The Criterion Collection) by Kenji Mizoguchi13
Rossellini's history films Renaissance and Enlightenment (videorecording) by Roberto Rossellini14
Eclipse Series 15: Travels with Hiroshi Shimizu by Hiroshi Shimizu15
Alexander Korda's Private Lives (The Private Life of Henry VIII / The Rise of Catherine the Great / The Private Life of Don Juan / Rembrandt) by Alexander Korda16
Eclipse Series 17: Nikkatsu Noir (The Criterion Collection) by Koreyoshi Kurahara17
George Bernard Shaw on film [videorecording] by Gabriel Pascal20
Eclipse Series 21: Oshima's Outlaw Sixties (The Criterion Collection) by Nagisa Ōshima21
Presenting Sacha Guitry [videorecording] by Sacha Guitry22
The actuality dramas of Allan King by Allan King24
Basil Dearden's London Underground : Sapphire / The League of Gentleman / Victim / All Night Long by Basil Dearden25
Silent Naruse [videorecording] by Mikio Naruse26
Raffaello Matarazzo's runaway melodramas [videorecording] by Raffaello Matarazzo27
The warped world of Koreyoshi Kurahara [videorecording] by Koreyoshi Kurahara28
Aki Kaurismäki's Leningrad Cowboys [videorecording] by Aki Kaurismäki29
Sabu! [videorecording] by Zoltan Korda30
Three popular films by Jean-Pierre Gorin [videorecording] by Jean-Pierre Gorin31
Pearls of the Czech New Wave [2012 film] by Miloš Forman32
Up all night with Robert Downey Sr. [videorecording] by Robert Downey Sr.33
Jean Grémillon - During the Occupation by Jean Grémillon34
Maidstone and other films by Norman Mailer [videorecording] by Norman Mailer35
Three wicked melodramas from Gainsborough Pictures [videorecording] by Leslie Arliss36
When horror came to Shochiku [videorecording] by Kazui Nihonmatsu37
Masaki Kobayashi Against the system [videorecording] by Masaki Kobayashi38
Early Fassbinder [videorecording] by Rainer Werner Fassbinder39
Late Ray [videorecording] by Satyajit Ray40
Kinoshita and World War II [videorecording] by Keisuke Kinoshita41

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Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

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What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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