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    -INFO: On the Waterfront (1954) (
    -ESSAY: On the Waterfront: One of the most significant films in American cinema history Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront was not only a commentary on its times, but reflected the director's own crise de conscience as he turned against his former colleagues and testified to the House UnAmerican Activities hearings. (Brian Neve, 17th October 2001, American Studies Today)

    -OBIT: Elia Kazan, Influential Director, Dies at 94 (MERVYN ROTHSTEIN, 9/28/03, NY Times)
    -FILMOGRAPHY: Elia Kazan (
    -Elia Kazan (kirjasto)
    -Elia Kazan (Wikipedia)
    -Elia Kazan (PBS: American Masters)
    -Elia Kazan (Spartacus School)
    -Elia Kazan: Postage Paid (Modern Times)
    -OBIT: Elia Kazan: Oscar-winning director of On the Waterfront who named communists to the Un-American Activities Committee during the McCarthy era (David Thomson, September 29, 2003, Guardian)
    -OBIT: Elia Kazan (Daily Telegraph 30/09/2003)
    -TRIBUTE: Elia Kazan's Landscape of Desire By A. O. SCOTT, September 30, 2003, NY Times)
-ESSAY: Why 'Controversy' Dogged Kazan (Allan H. Ryskind, Oct 3, 2003, Human Events)
    -ARTICLE: Hollywood protest at Kazan's Oscar (Tom Brook, February 22, 1999, BBC)
    -Washington Post: Academy Awards 1999
    -ESSAY: The Legacy of the Anti-Communist Liberal Intellectuals (Ronald Radosh, Partisan Review)
    -ESSAY: Elia Kazan's Towering Presence (Larry P. Arnn, Claremont Precepts)
    -ESSAY: Elia Kazan: Moral Hero: Kazan should be applauded for defending individual rights by testifying against Hollywood’s communists. (Robert W. Tracinski, Ad Hoc Committee for Naming Names)
    -ESSAY: Justice for Elia Kazan (Glenn Woiceshyn, March 1, 1999, Capitalism Magazine)
    -ESSAY: Naming Names (Thomas Sowell, 3/19/99, Jewish World Review)
    -ESSAY: A Different Waterfront (Paul Greenburg, 3/9/99, Jewish World Review)
    -ESSAY: Kazan's Oscar: Not Too Late (L. Brent Bozell III, January 25, 1999)
    -ESSAY: Kazan and Miller: Long, Bitter Debate From the '50's: Views of Kazan and His Critics (Richard Bernstein, May 3, 1988, NY Times)
    -ESSAY: Why Elia should get his Oscar: moral and political judgments of Elia Kazan should not overshadow his art at this month's Academy Awards (Arthur Miller, March 6, 1999, The Guardian) -ESSAY: The Forgotten Oscar (Victor Navasky, March 18, 1999, The Nation)
    -ESSAY: Blacklist and Backstory: Hollywood's unexpected embrace of Elia Kazan (Jacob Weisberg, January 31, 1999, Slate)
    -ESSAY: Why Elia Kazan should not receive an Oscar: By bestowing a special honor on the director, who already has won two Oscars, the academy is glossing over history. (Steve Erickson, March 1999, Salon)
    -ESSAY: Hollywood honors Elia Kazan. Filmmaker and informer. (David Walsh, 20 February 1999, World Socialist Web Site)
    -ESSAY: And the Winner Is -- HUAC: Elia Kazan will have the statue, but the victory belongs to the blacklist (Christopher Trumbo , 3/19/99, LA Weekly)
    -REVIEW ESSAY: Seeing Red: Reviews of Commies: A Journey Through the Old Left, the New Left, and the Leftover Left by Ronald Radosh, A Very Dangerous Citizen: Abraham Lincoln Polonsky and the Hollywood Left, by Paul Buhle and Dave Wagner, and Red Scared!: The Commie Menace in Propaganda and Popular Culture by Michael Barson and Steven Heller.(Kenneth Lloyd Billingsley, Claremont Review of Books)

    -ESSAY: On the Boxing Front: Writer Budd Schulberg on Contenders and Pretenders (William Gildea, June 9, 2002,

    -OBIT: Marlon Brando, Oscar-Winning Actor, Is Dead at 80 (RICK LYMAN, 7/02/04, NY Times)
    -TRIBUTE: The Great Contender: Remembering Brando (Budd Schulberg, 7/04/04, Sunday Herald)
    -PROFILE: MARLON BRANDO: AN AMERICAN HERO (Pauline Kael, 1966, Atlantic Monthly)