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Publications:  Dr Harrison Glancy

Glancy HM(2020). Cary Grant, the Making of a Hollywood Legend. Oxford University Press (New York),
GLANCY HM(2018). 'Don't Fence Me In': The Making of Night and Day. The Many Cinemas of Michael Curtiz, Editors: Palmer, RB, Pomerance, M, University of Texas Press (Austin, Texas),
GLANCY HM(2017). 'A Relic of the Bad Old Days': Hollywood's London in None But the Lonely Heart (1944). London on Film, Editors: Pam, H, Chris, O, Palgrave Macmillan
GLANCY HM(2016). The Awful Truth About Cary Grant. Hollywood and the Great Depression: American Film, Politics and Society in the 1930s, Editors: Morgan, I, Davies, PJ, Edinburgh University Press (Edinburgh),
Glancy M(2014). Hollywood Left and Right: How Movie Stars Shaped American Politics. POLITICAL QUARTERLY vol. 85, (2) 238-240.
Glancy M(2013). Hollywood and the Americanization of Britain: From the 1920s to the Present. I.B. Tauris
GLANCY HM(2011). Picturegoer: The Fan Magazine and Popular Film Culture in Britain during the Second World War. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television vol. 31, (4) 453-478.
10.1080/01439685.2011.620834
GLANCY HM(2011). The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934): Alfred Hitchcock, John Buchan, and the Thrill of the Chase. Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adaptor, State University of New York (Albany),
Glancy (2010). Going to the Pictures: British Cinema and the Second World War. is. 8, Autumn/Winter,
Chapman J, Glancy M, Harper S(2009). The New Film History Sources, Methods, Approaches. Palgrave Macmillan
GLANCY H(2009). The Hollywood Woman's Film and British Audiences: A Case Study of Bette Davis and Now, Voyager. British Women's Cinema: Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know (Rethinking British Cinema), Editors: Bell, M, Williams, M, Routledge (London),
Glancy M(2008). 'What would Bette Davis do?' British reactions to Bette Davis in the 1940s: A case study of 'Now, Voyager'. SCREEN vol. 49, (1) 77-85.
10.1093/screen/hjn007
GLANCY H, Sedgwick J(2008). ‘Cinema in the United States in the 1930s: A study based on the Variety Dataset’. Hollywood and the Social Experience of Movie-going, University of Exeter Press (Exeter),
Glancy M(2007). Americanizing the movies and 'Movie-Mad' audiences, 1910-1914. SCREEN vol. 48, (4) 543-546.
10.1093/screen/hjm059
GLANCY HM, CHAPMAN J, HARPER S (2007). Introduction. Palgrave pp. 1-10.
10.4324/9780203391297
GLANCY HM(2007). `"Blackmail" (1929), Hitchcock and British Film Nationalism'. The New Film History: Methods, Sources and Approaches, Editors: Chapman, Glancy, Harper, Palgrave (Basingstoke),
Glancy M(2006). Temporary American citizens? British audiences, Hollywood films and the threat of Americanization in the 1920s. HIST J FILM RADIO TV vol. 26, (4) 461-484.
10.1080/01439680600916736
GLANCY HM(2006). ‘Alfred Hitchcock’. The British Film Institute Encyclopedia of British and Irish Directors, British Film Institute (London),
Glancy M(2005). The war of independence in feature films: The 'Patriot' (2000) and the 'special relationship' between Hollywood and Britain. HIST J FILM RADIO TV vol. 25, (4) 523-545.
10.1080/01439680500262892
GLANCY HM(2004). ‘Lionel Barrymore’. The New Dictionary of National Biography, OUP (Oxford),
GLANCY HM(2003). The 39 Steps: A British Film Guide. I.B. Tauris (London),
GLANCY HM(2000). Dreaming of Christmas: Hollywood and the Second World War. Christmas at the Movies: Images of Cinema in American, British and European Cinema, Editors: Connelly, M, IB Tauris (London),
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