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- Chapter 1: Television and Zero-Degree Style
- As the World Turns scene: 1 February 2008, a scene between Katie (Terri Colombino) and Brad (Austin Peck), analyzed in depth in Table 1.1.
- Pillsbury Crescent Rolls commercial: from the 28 January 2008 As the World Turns episode, analyzed in detail in Table 1.2.
- One Life to Live scene: (“excessive” performance), May 2002, live broadcast, from YouTube.
- Chapter 3: The Persuasive Power of Style
- The morphing section of Michael Jackson’s Black and White music video.
- Schick Tracer commercial, featuring morphing.
- Scene from Ron Howard’s Willow (1988), featuring morphing.
- Coca-Cola commercial: “Bliss Comes From Within.”
- FedEx commercial.
- Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG car commercial.
- Mountain Dew commercial.
- Sergei Eisenstein demonstrates his “intellectual montage” in the film, Strike (1925).
- MicroStrategy Commercial
- As the World Turns title sequence
- Chapter 5: Television and Televisuality
- The Honeymooners scene: “TV or Not TV” episode (1 October 1955), a scene between Ralph (Jackie Gleason) and Ed (Art Carney), analyzed in detail in Table 5.1.
- The New Adventures of Old Christine scene: “Ritchie Scores” (8 January 2007), analyzed in detail in Table 5.2.
- Scrubs scene: “My Life in Four Cameras” episode (15 February 2005), analyzed in detail in Table 5.4.
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