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Viva Zapata!
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Literature for
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Essays
Underwood, Paul J. and Peter Biskind, "Ripping off Zapata's Revolution Hollywood Style." Cineaste 7.2. "10-15". mg
Wignesan, Nachiketas. "Viva Zapata : un pouvoir qui rend fou". In: "Reperages" (Paris, France), Tiempo, Vol. 11, May 2000, Pg. XVI-XVII, (MG)

Other information
"Viva Zapata". In: "Illustrierter Film-Kurier" (Vienna, Austria), N. Freund - Metropol-Verlag, Iss. 1375, October 1952, Pg. 4

Printed Media Reviews
D.. "¡Viva Zapata!". In: "ABC" (Madrid), 16 December 1952, Pg. 47, (NP)

Monographic related book
Morsberger, Robert, ed. "Viva Zapata! The Original Screenplay by John Steinbeck". Viking New York, 1975, (bk))

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