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Animating the Science Fiction Imagination$

J.P. Telotte

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(p.139) A Science Fiction Animation Bibliography

(p.139) A Science Fiction Animation Bibliography

Animating the Science Fiction Imagination

J.P. Telotte

Oxford University Press

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