Film Heritage was the quarterly-published collection of essays from Wright State University's College of Liberal Arts; its editorial staff included F. Anthony Macklin, David Madden, Robert Haller, Robert Steel, and Joel Siegel. Metrograph's collection includes issues from 1966 through 1974; all are used and show their age, but are in otherwise good condition, some with markings/notes in the margins. For inquiries regarding specific issues, please email bookstore@metrograph.com. 


Vol. 1 No. 3, Spring 1966. Contents include: Alan Casty, "The Pawnbroker and The New Direction in Film Realism"; Dennis Giles, "The Tao in Woman in the Dunes"; a review of Tabu; and more. 

Vol. 4 No. 1, Fall 1968. Contents include: Herman G. Weinberg, "Thunder in the East: A Forgotten Masterpiece"; an interview with Charles Webb; Joseph McBride on Citizen Kane; and more. 

Vol. 4 No. 2, Winter 1968-9. Contents include: T.J. Ross, "Roman Polanski, Repulsion, and the New Mythology"; Judith Gollub on "French Writers Turned Filmmakers"; Henry Ferández, "Blow-Up from Cortázar to Antonioni: Study of an Adaptation"; and more. 

Vol. 6 No. 4, Summer 1971. Contents include: David Cast, "Godard's Truths"; Robert F. Knoll on Women in Love; Joseph O'Mealy, "Fellini Satyricon: A Structural Analysis"; and more. 

Vol. 7 No. 2, Winter 1971-2. Contents include: Foster Hirsch, "The Beguiled: Southern Gothic Revised"; David Cast, "Style Without Style: Truffaut's La Peau Douce"; an interview with John Simon; and more.

Vol. 7 No. 3, Spring 1972. Contents include: John Gerlach, "Truffaut and Itard: The Wild Child"; a review of René Clair's Cinema Yesterday and Today; an interview with critic Dwight Macdonald; and more. 

Vol. 8 No. 1, Fall 1971. Contents include: T.J. Ross, "Straw Dogs, Chess Men, and War Games"; Mark Falonga, "Mysterious Islands: Summer of '42"; and an interview with Stanley Kauffmann. 

Vol. 8 No. 2, Winter 1972-3. Contents include: Steven Dimeo, "Reconciliation: Slaughterhouse-Five—The Film and the Novel"; Lawrence Shaffer on "The Other"; Maurice Yacowar, "Hitchcock's I Confess"; and more.

Vol. 8 No. 3, Spring 1973. Contents include: Charles T. Gregory, "Good Guys and Bad Guys"; Joseph A. Gomez, "The Entertainer: From Play to Film"; an interview Jan Kadar; and more. 

Vol. 8 No. 4, Summer 1973. Contents include: Birgitta Steene, "The Milk and Strawberry Sequence in The Seventh Seal"; William E. Stephenson, "The Two Versions of Gaslight"; an interview with Andrew Sarris; and more.

Vol. 9 No. 1, Fall 1973. Contents include: an interview with Robin Wood; Bart Teush, "The Playground of Jean Vigo"; Eusebio L. Rodrigues, "Phantom India"; and more.

Vol. 9 No. 2, Winter 1973-4. Contents include: Peter Biskind, "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid"; Harry Ringel, "Blackmail: The Opening of Hitchcock's Surrealist Eye"; a review of American Graffiti; and more. 

Vol. 9 No. 3, Spring 1974. Contents include: Barbara Coffey, "Art and Film in François Truffaut's Jules and Jim and Two English Girls"; Helen M. Polhemus, "Matter and Spirit in the Films of Robert Bresson"; and more.

Vol. 10 No. 1, Fall 1974. Contents include: Norman Hale, "Welles and the Logic of Death"; Robert Moss, "The Supreme Court, Artistic Freedom, and The Movies: No, Dear Critic, Sex is Not the Answer"; an interview with Charlton Heston; and more.

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