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Notes

1. Smith, Sharon. “The Image of Women in Film: Some Suggestions for Future Research,” in Feminist Film Theory: A Reader. Ed. Sue Thornham. New York: New York University Press, 1999. 14-15.
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2. Boetticher, Bud, in Mulvey, Laura. “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” in Feminist Film Theory: A Reader. 63.

3. Preminger cited in Pratley, Gerald. Cinema of Otto Preminger. New York: A.S. Barnes & Co. 1971. 152.

4. Preminger cited in Pratley, Gerald. 152.

5. Butler, Judith. Antigone’s Claim. New York: Columbia University Press, 2000. 35.

6. Butler 31.

7. Butler 12.

8. Sonnet, Esther. “Evelyn Piper’s Bunny Lake is Missing (1957): Adaptation, Feminism, and the Politics of the ’Progressive Text.’” Adaptation 2:1 (2009): 65-86.

9. Butler 67.

10. Butler 71.

11. Butler 3, 6.

12. Butler 61.

13. Butler 62.

14. Butler 70.

15. Butler 10.

16. Dyer, Richard. “Homosexuality in Film Noir.” Jump Cut 16 (1977): 18-21. [return to page 2]

17. Fassbinder famously said, “In Douglas Sirk’s movies the women think.” Cited in The Anarchy of the Imagination. Ed. Michael Toeteberg and Leo A. Lensing. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1992. 81.

18. Clover, Carol J. “Her Body, Himself: Gender in the Slasher Film” in Feminist Film Theory: A Reader. 244.

19. Clover 238-239.

20. Clover 246.

21. Clover 247.

22. Smelik, Anneke. “Feminist Film Theory,” in The Cinema Book, second edition. Ed. Pam Cook and Mieke Bernink. London: British Film Institute, 1999. 353.

23. Doane, Mary Ann. “Caught and Rebecca: The Inscription of Femininity as Absence” in Feminist Film Theory: A Reader. 71.

24. Pratt, Ray. Projecting Paranoia. Kansas: University Press of Kansas. 2001. 184.

25. Doane 71-72.

27. Orr, J. “Otto Preminger and the End of Classical Cinema.” Senses of Cinema. 26 April 2008. 8.

28. Orr 8.

29. Burns, Christy L. “Erasure: Alienation, Paranoia, and the Loss of Memory in The X-Files.” Camera Obscura. May 2001, 194.


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