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I am grateful to Roy Rosenzweig, Randall Bass, and the rest of the editorial board for their helpful comments and patience during the completion of this project. Patrice Petro, Patricia Mellencamp, Lynne Joyrich, Jim Zwick, Dan Streible, Gregory Waller, and Carolyn Pytte provided helpful information and comments. I would also like to thank Karen Lund, Judi Hoffman, and Hussein Hassan of the National Digital Library Program team in the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division at the Library of Congress; and Marc Dudley of the National Digital Library. Finally, I am indebted to the groundbreaking research of Charles Musser, Miriam Hansen, Tom Gunning, and Robert C. Allen for providing the impetus for this study.

Different parts of this article were delivered at the 1997 and 1998 Society for Cinema Studies conferences, and the 1998 American Studies Association meeting in Seattle. The research for this article was funded in part by a Carole Fielding Research Grant from the University Film and Video Association.

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