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Lambert, Josh: "“Wait for the Next Pictures”. Intertextuality and Cliffhanger Continuity in Early Cinema and Comic Strips." In: Cinema Journal 48.2 (2009), S. 3–25. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: English
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1353/cj.0.0076
BibTeX citation key: Lambert2009
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Keywords: "Desperate Desmond", Adaptation, Comic strip, Film, Film adaptation, Hershfield. Harry, Intermediality, Seriality
Creators: Lambert
Collection: Cinema Journal
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Harry Hershfield's “Desperate Desmond” exemplifies the intertextuality of sensational melodrama in the 1910s, especially between motion pictures and comic strips. Documenting Hershfield's sources and analyzing the narrative strategies of his strip and its motion picture adaptations, this essay theorizes “cliffhanger continuity” as a special, commercially expedient feature of serial publication.
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