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Masters of Evil book. Masters of Evil: A Viewer's Guide to Cinematic Archvillains (Malcolm Hulke Studies in Cinema and Television, No. 2). ISBN. 0809510030 (ISBN13: 9780809510030).

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a viewer's guide to cinematic archvillains. Malcolm Hulke studies in cinema and television,, no. 2. Classifications. 1st ed. by Georgette S. Fox. Published 1998 by Borgo Press in San Bernardino, Calif. Evil in motion pictures, Villains in motion pictures.

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Evil needs to be pondered just as much as good," according to Carl Jung, "for good and evil are ultimately nothing but ideal extensions and abstractions of doing, and both belong to the chiaroscuro of life. If we accept Jung's idea as valid, then a tangible representation can be found in the cinematic archvillain, the paradigm of evil. It is here that we see the negative, malevolent aspects of human behavior best portrayed.

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Malcolm Hulke (21 November 1924 – 6 July 1979) was a British television writer and author of the industry "bible" Writing for Television in the 70s. He is remembered chiefly for his work on the science fiction series Doctor Who although h. . He is remembered chiefly for his work on the science fiction series Doctor Who although he contributed to many popular television series of the era. His first major television work was a series of early 1960s children's science fiction serials – Target Luna, Pathfinders in Space, Pathfinders to Mars, and Pathfinders to Venus – which he co-wrote with Eric.

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"Evil needs to be pondered just as much as good," according to Carl Jung, "for good and evil are ultimately nothing but ideal extensions and abstractions of doing, and both belong to the chiaroscuro of life."

If we accept Jung's idea as valid, then a tangible representation can be found in the cinematic archvillain, the paradigm of evil. It is here that we see the negative, malevolent aspects of human behavior best portrayed. Such larger-than-life characters as The Joker (Batman), Lex Luthor (Superman), Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street), and Darth Vader (Star Wars) haunt our dreams and imaginations, giving us both chills and thrills at the same time.

This book is an examination of the archvillain.