- Title Pages
- Chapter One Detlef Sierck in Europe
- Chapter Two American Beginnings
- Chapter Three In the Shadows
- Chapter Four The Uncomfortable Comedies
- Chapter Five Sirk and God
- Chapter Six Pastoral Yearnings
- Chapter Seven Hollywood, Rock Hudson, and the Idea of the Hero
- Chapter Eight Sirk, the Family Melodrama, and the Production Code
- Chapter Nine Sirk and John M. Stahl
- Chapter Ten Out of the Past
- Chapter Eleven Into the Future
Black Magic (Gregory Ratoff and, Uncredited, Orson Welles, 1949)
- The Films of Douglas Sirk
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“I worked on it for quite a while, and had a complete script ready. I had cast Sanders in the lead as Count Cagliostro, and Akim Tamiroff as his sidekick. Cagliostro was one of those vacillating characters.”
—DOUGLAS SIRK, 197138
Shot at Scalera Studios in Rome in late 1947, ...
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