The Films of Edgar G. Ulmer

Bernd Herzogenrath
Scarecrow Press, 20.5.2009 - 354 sivua
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Considered the 'King of Poverty Row,' Edgar G. Ulmer (1904-1972) was an auteur of B productions. A filmmaker with an individual voice, Ulmer made independent movies before that category even existed. From his early productions like The Black Cat (1934) and Yiddish cinema of the late 1930s to his final films of the late 1950s and early 1960s, Ulmer created enduring works within the confines of economic constraints. Almost forgotten, Ulmer was rediscovered first in the 1950s by the French critics of the Cahiers du Cinema and then in the early 1970s by young American directors, notably Peter Bogdanovich. But who was Edgar G. Ulmer? The essays in this anthology attempt to shed some light on the director and the films he created_films that are great possibly because of, rather than despite, the many restrictions Ulmer endured to make them. In The Films of Edgar G. Ulmer, Bernd Herzogenrath has assembled a collection of essays that pay tribute to Ulmer's work and focus not only on his well-known films, including Detour, but also on rare gems such as From Nine to Nine and Strange Illusion. In addition to in-depth analyses of Ulmer's work, this volume also features an interview with Ulmer's wife and an interview Ulmer gave in 1965, in which he comments on actors Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff, as well as fellow directors Tod Browning and James Whale.

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1 Permanent Vacation
2 The Search for Community
3 On the Graveyards of Europe
4 From Nine to Nine
5 Exile on 125th Street
6 Forging the New Jew
7 When You Get to the Fork Take It
8 A World Destroyed by Gold
12 The Naked Filmmaker
13 The Political and Ideological Subtexts of The Naked Dawn
14 A Grave New World
15 Invisibility and Insight
16 An Interview with Shirley Ulmer
17 Karloff Lugosi Browning and Whale
Subject Index

9 Ulmer and the Noir Femme Fatale
10 Detours Detour
11 Fantasy and Failure in Strange Illusion
About the Contributors

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Bernd Herzogenrath is professor of American literature and culture at Goethe-University of Frankfurt and at the University of Cologne (Germany). He is the author of An Art of Desire: Reading Paul Auster (1999) and editor of The Cinema of Tod Browning: Essays of the Macabre and Grotesque (2008).

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