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TitleJungian Reflections within the Cinema: A Psychological Analysis of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Archetypes
ISBN 139780275950484
CategoryArts - Film
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LanguageEnglish
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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Preface
Introduction to Jungian Archetypes
Part One: A Jungian Analysis of Science-Fiction Films
	Chapter 1. The Star Wars Trilogy: The Space-Father Archetype
	Chapter 2. The Star Trek Movies: In Search of the Creator Archetype
	Chapter 3. Planet of the Apes: The Evolution of an Archetypal Shadow Species
	Chapter 4. From Logan's Run to Battlestar: Galactica: Archetypal Rebellions Against Shadow Destroyers
Part Two: A Jungian Analysis of Fantasy Films
	Chapter 5. Back to the Future Again and Again: Archetypal Exploits of Alchemic Travelers
	Chapter 6. From Superman to Batman: Divided Superhero Archetypes
	Chapter 7. The Indiana Jones and Highlander Chronicles: Quests for the Holy Grail Archetype
	Chapter 8. The Omen Trilogy: The Growth of the Demon Child Archetype
Part Three: A Jungian Analysis of Television Archetypes
	Chapter 9. Shadow Pursuers: Fanatical Figures in The Fugitive, The Incredible Hulk, Starman, and The Pretender
Final Remarks
Appendix: Science-Fiction and Fantasy Filmography
Bibliography
Index
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216 Index

Sydney. See The Pretender
synchronicity, evidenced in: Back to

the Future Parts II and III, 85, 87,
89; Batman Forever, 113; Indiana
Jones and the Temple of Doom, 127-
28; Star Trek IV: The Voyage
Home, 24; Starman, 175

syzygy. See Jungian archetypes

Taylor, Colonel George. See Planet of
the Apes movies

technological man, 40
television archetypes, 165-85; The Fu-

gitive, 165-67, 171; The Incredible
Hulk, 168-72, 182; The Pretender,
177-82; Starman, 172-77, 182. See
also Shadow pursuer archetype

Thompson, Lea, 80
Thorn, Damien. See Omen movies
tree, significance of, 50
triad, import of: in Planet of the Apes,

43-44; in Star Trek, 28; in Star
Wars, 12

trickster, portrayal of: in Battlestar:
Galactica, 68-69; in Highlander:
The Final Dimension, 140-41; in
The Incredible Hulk, 169-70; in
Omen movies, 152; in Planet of the
Apes, 35-36. See also fairy tale ar-
chetypes

Trinity, xiv, 71
Two, 188
Two-Face, 111-15

underworld, descent into, 109, 125
unidentified flying object (UFO), xvii-

xviii. See also mandala
U.S.S. Enterprise. See Star Trek

movies

Vader, Darth. See Star Wars trilogy
Valjean, Jean, 166
Van Peebles, Mario, 140
Van Sickle, Craig W., 180

Vassal, 134-35
Vejur, 16-18, 23. See also Creator ar-

chetype
Vieria, Asia, 158
Visitor, The, 167
von Franz, Marie-Louise, 135

wanderer archetype: in Back to the Fu-
ture trilogy, 80-83, 85, 88-89; in
The Incredible Hulk, 171; in The
Pretender, 177-78; in Star Trek
movies, 30

War of the Worlds, 188
Ward, Burt, 95
Warner, David, 29, 149
warrior archetype: in Battlestar: Galac-

tica, 72; in Indiana Jones chronicles,
124; in Planet of the Apes movies,
49-50; in Star Wars trilogy, 6-10

water, symbolism of, 153
Wayne, Bruce. See Batman films
Weiler, A. H., 42
Weiss, Michael T., 177-78
Werewolf, 167
West, Adam, 95
white magician. See wise old man
Widen, Gregory, 136
winter, the death-rebirth cycle of, 153
wise old man, 10, 60. See also fairy

tale archetypes
Wotan, 40-41, 55, 68

X-Files, The, 171, 188
Xena, 188

Yin-Yang duality, 107, 181. See also
Divided superhero archetype

York, Michael, 57

Zaius, Dr. See Planet of the Apes mov-
ies

Zemeckis, Robert, 82
Zira, Dr. See Planet of the Apes mov-

ies

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