- The Searchers: Screenplay, by Frank S Nugent, Alan Le May, John Ford. Published by Warner Bros, 1956. Online Version
- American Film Criticism, from the Beginnings to Citizen Kane: Reviews of Significant Films at the Time They First Appeared, by Stanley Kauffmann, Bruce Henstell. Published by Liveright, 1972. ISBN 0-87140-557-1.
- Talking Pictures: Screenwriters in the American Cinema, 1927-1973, by Richard Corliss. Overlook Press. 1974.
- Talking Pictures: Screenwriters of Hollywood, by Richard Corliss. Published by David & Charles, 1975.
- The New York Times at the Movies, by Arleen Keylin, Christine Bent. Published by Arno Press, 1979. ISBN 0-405-12415-5.
- Close Viewings: An Anthology of New Film Criticism, by Peter Lehman. Published by University Press of Florida, 1990. ISBN 0-8130-0967-7.
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