Series: Ungar Film Library

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Academy awards: An Ungar reference index : with the 50th anniversary winners and nominees (Ungar film library) by Richard Shale
Children's Novels and the Movies by Douglas Street
The Classic American Novel and the Movies (Ungar Film Library) by R. Shatzhin
The English Novel and the Movies by Michael Klein
Faulkner and Film (Ungar film library) by Bruce F. Kawin
From Quasimodo to Scarlett O'Hara : a National Board of Review anthology, 1920-1940 by Stanley Hochman
Hemingway and Film by Gene D. Phillips
Hitchcock, the First Forty-Four Films (Ungar Film Library) by Éric Rohmer
Hollywood's Image of the Jew (Ungar Film Library) by Lester D. Friedman
Italian Cinema: From Neorealism to the Present by Peter Bondanella
Loser Take All: The Comic Art of Woody Allen by Maurice Yacowar
The Modern American Novel and the Movies by Gerald Peary
Modern European filmmakers and the art of adaptation (Ungar film library) by Andrew Horton
On the Verge of Revolt: Women in American Films of the Fifties by Brandon French
Raymond Chandler and Film by William Luhr
Steinbeck and Film (Recognitions) by Joseph R. Millichap
Ten film classics : a re-viewing by Edward Murray
Tennessee Williams and film by Maurice Yacowar

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