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The Vampire Film: From Nosferatu to Bram Stoker's Dracula Paperback – Jan 1 2006
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About the Author
Alain Silver and James Ursini are the authors of Film Noir: The Encyclopedia. Alain Silver is also the author of The Samurai Film, and co-author of Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles (all available from Overlook).
<div><b>Alain Silver</b> is the author of <i>The Samurai Film</i> and the coauthor of fifteen other books, including<i> Raymond Chandler’s Los Angeles</i>, and two screenplays. He has written numerous articles for the <i>Los Angeles Times</i>, <i>DGA Magazine</i>, <i>Film Comment</i>, and <i>Photon</i>. He has also produced nine independent features and over fifty soundtrack albums, and is a member of the Directors Guild of America and the Writers Guild of America. <b>James Ursini</b> has contributed to various publications including <i>Cinema</i>, <i>Femme Fatales</i>, <i>Mediascene</i>, and <i>Photon</i>. Together, they are the coauthors of eleven books, among them the Film Noir Reader series, <i>Film Noir: An Encyclopedia Reference to the American Style</i>, and <i>The Noir Style</i>. They both live in Santa Monica.<br></div>
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