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Jane Roscoe and Craig Hight

example, is capped by a cut to Major Kong reading Playboy and his communications officer playing with a deck of cards (Kolker, 1988 : 104). The most interesting of these serious-gag constructions is the intercutting between the assault on Burpelson and Ripper explaining his paranoiac conspiracy theories to Group-Captain Lionel Mandrake of the Royal Air Force (Peter Sellers). Kubrick’s specific intention in colliding these types of scenes is to

in Faking it
Jim Cheshire

(the ‘Maynooth Grant’;) there was a violent outcry. Conspiracy theories were rife when, in 1850, when Pope Pius IX re-established the Catholic Hierarchy in England. This resulted in ‘Papal Aggression’; meetings all over the country, where local worthies denounced the pope and his supposed attempt to infiltrate Britain. Tractarians were represented as Roman Catholic spies, and to make matters worse

in Stained Glass and the Victorian Gothic Revival