Citation Styles for "The Red and the White"

APA (6th ed.)

  • Jancsó, M., Hernádi, G., Mdivani, G. D., Somló, T., Molnár, T., Kozák, A., Madaras, J., ... Kino International Corporation. (2001). The Red and the White. New York: Kino on Video.

Chicago (Author-Date, 15th ed.)

  • Jancsó, Miklós, Gyula Hernádi, Georgiĭ Davidovich Mdivani, Tamás Somló, Tibor Molnár, András Kozák, and József Madaras. 2001. The Red and the White. New York: Kino on Video.

Harvard (18th ed.)

  • JANCSÓ, M., HERNÁDI, G., MDIVANI, G. D., SOMLÓ, T., MOLNÁR, T., KOZÁK, A., & MADARAS, J. (2001). The Red and the White. New York, Kino on Video.

MLA (7th ed.)

  • Jancsó, Miklós, Gyula Hernádi, Georgiĭ D. Mdivani, Tamás Somló, Tibor Molnár, András Kozák, and József Madaras. The Red and the White. New York: Kino on Video, 2001.

Turabian (6th ed.)

  • Jancsó, Miklós, Gyula Hernádi, Georgiĭ Davidovich Mdivani, Tamás Somló, Tibor Molnár, András Kozák, and József Madaras. The Red and the White. New York: Kino on Video, 2001.

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