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History of motion pictures : early variety motion pictures

Author: Hans A Spanuth; Edison Electric Light Company.; American Mutoscope and Biograph Company.; Vitagraph Company of America.; A2ZCDS.com (Firm)
Publisher: Tallahassee, FL : A2ZCDS.com, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
Database:WorldCat
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Presents 47 vintage short films and clips from the early years of cinema (1903-1920). The most significant years in the development of moving pictures in the U.S. were those between 1891 and 1920, by which time the cinematographic industry had attained a definite shape and form. The early years belonged to Edison Company, until other entrepreneurs, namely the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company and the American  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Hans A Spanuth; Edison Electric Light Company.; American Mutoscope and Biograph Company.; Vitagraph Company of America.; A2ZCDS.com (Firm)
OCLC Number: 63168476
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 71 min.) : si., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Partial content: Stealing a dinner (1903) --
Tom Tinker's pony patter / produced by Hans. A. Spanuth (1920) --
Show girl to burlesque queen (1903) --
Princess Rajah dance (1904) --
Boys think they have one foxy grandpa (1902) --
Happy hooligans (1903) --
2 a.m. in the subway (1905) --
Fougere (1899) --
Betty Rose dance (1903) --
Ballroom tragedy (1905) --
Society raffles (1905) --
Latina, contortionist (1905) --
Three jumping Tommies / produced by Hans A. Spanuth (1920) --
Spirit of '76 (1905) --
duel scene from "By right of sword" (1904)
Other Titles: Stealing a dinner.
Tom Tinker's pony patter.
Show girl to burlesque queen.
Princess Rajah dance.
Boys think they have one foxy grandpa.
Happy hooligans.
2 am. in the subway.
Fougere.
Betty Rose dance.
Ballroom tragedy.
Society raffles.
Latina, contortionist.
Three jumping Tommies.
Spirit of '76.
By right of sword.
Early variety motion pictures
New face of movie entertainment
Responsibility: [produced by] A2ZCDS.com.

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Presents 47 vintage short films and clips from the early years of cinema (1903-1920). The most significant years in the development of moving pictures in the U.S. were those between 1891 and 1920, by which time the cinematographic industry had attained a definite shape and form. The early years belonged to Edison Company, until other entrepreneurs, namely the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company and the American Vitagraph Company arrived. These three East Coast companies controlled most of the industry until the 1920s.

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