Table of contents for Popular cinema of the Third Reich / Sabine Hake.

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1. Popular Cinema, National Cinema, Nazi Cinema: A Definition of Terms
2. Made in 1933: German-Jewish Filmmakers and the Forced Coordination of the Industry
3. Cinema, Set Design, and the Domestication of Modernism
4. At the Movies: Film Audiences and the Problem of Spectatorship
5. Stars: Heinz Ruhmann and the Performance of the Ordinary
6. Detlef Sierck and Schlußakkord (Final Chord, 1936): A Case Study of Film Authorship
7. The Foreign and the Familiar: On German-American Film Relations, 1933\-1940
8. The Annexation of an Imaginary City: The Topos "Vienna" and the Wien-Film AG
9. The Power of Thought: Redefining Popular Cinema between Realism and Illusionism
10. A Question of Representation: Working Women and Wartime Cinema
11. The Legacies of the Past in the Cinema of Postwar Reconstruction
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: National socialism and motion pictures, Motion pictures Germany History