Preacher, Shepherd, Judge: The Role of the Outlaw Prophet in American Film

 by Heather Clements
Department of Theology and Philosophy
Haggard School of Theology
Azusa Pacific University

Notes

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3. Heumann, J. K., and Murray, R. L., 2004, “Pale Rider: Environmental politics, Eastwood style.” Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media 47. http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/jc47.2005/palerider/text.html.

4. Rasmussen, C., 1999, “ San Gabriel Left a Mark on Roy Bean.” San Bernardino County Sun. December 15, A3.

5. Green, D., 2000, Review: The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean.” <http://www.laserrot.com/ldreviews/us/l/11174.html.> April 16.

6. Stayton, R., 2006, “A Barbarian Inside the Gates: Back to the Golden Rule Days with John Milius.” Written By: The Magazine of the Writers Guild of America, West (October). http://www.wga.org/writtenby/writtenbysub.aspx?id=2239.

7. Quentin Tarantino, Q., 1994, Pulp Fiction. Miramax.

8. Ebert, R. 2000, “Secrets of Pulp Fiction.” <http://www.moviescripts.de/pf_secrets.html>. April 16.

9. Terkla, D. and Reed, T. L., Jr., 2000, "I'm gonna git Medieval on your ass": Pulp Fiction for the 90s--the 1190s.” Studies in Popular Culture 1997. <http://www.mtsu.edu/~english/terkla.htm>. April 16.

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