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A-15 Arrows of Desire, The Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. Ian

B-15 Before the Deluge: A Portrait of Berlin in the 1920s

B-25 Berlin, A Portrait of its History, Politics, Architecture and Society

B-75 Brigitte Helm: From Metropolis to Gold. Portrait of a Goddess

C-5 Conrad Veidt. From Caligari to Casablanca

F-5 Fritz Lang. Lotte Eisner. Da Capo Press.

F-10 Fritz Lang, The Nature of the Beast. Patrick McGilligan. St. Martin's Press. 1997

F-15  From, Caligari to Hitler, A Psychological History of the German Film. Siegfried Kracauer. Princeton University Press. 1947

G-15 The Germans Gordon A. Craig. Meridian. 1982.

G-55 The Gorgon's Gaze: German Cinema, Expressionism, and the Image of Horror Paul Coates. Cambridge University Press. 1991

H-1 The Haunted Screen. Lotte H. Eisner. University of California Press.1994

H-15 Hollywood Gothic, The Tangled Web of Dracula From Novel to Stage to Screen. David J. Skal. Norton. 1990

H-25 Hollywood in Berlin: American Cinema in Weimar Germany Thomas J. Saunders. University of California Press. 1994

J-50 Joyleless Streets: Women and Melodramatic Representation in Weimar Germany Patrice Petro. Princeton University Press. 1989.

L-100 Lya de Putti: Loving Life and Not Fearing Death Peter Herzog and Romano Tozzi. Corvin. 1993

M-25 Ministry of Illusion: Nazi Cinema and its Afterlife Eric Rentschler. Harvard University Press. 1996.

O-25 The Overlook Film Encyclopedia: Horror. Edited by Phil Hardy. Overlook Press. 1986.

S-5 A Second Life, German Cinema's First Decades. Edited by Thomas Elsaesser. Amsterdam University Press. 1996

U-5 The UFA Story. Klaus Kreimeier. Hill and Wang. 1996

W-1 The War Hitler Won. Robert Edwin Herzstein. Putnam. 1978. (Not available from the CVS Library)

W-15 The Weimar Republic Sourcebook Edited by Anton Kaes, Martin Jay, and Edward Dimendberg. University of California Press. 1994.

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