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The history of the motion picture. / Film firsts, Chapter 1

Author: Paul KilliamSaul J TurellWilliam C DalzellGilbert M AndersonGregstan Enterprises.All authors
Publisher: United States : University of California Extension Media Center, [19--].
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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A selection of silent film clips highlighting the earliest days of motion pictures, including the historic, artistic and technical innovations that helped the fledgling industry take flight. Included are the first on-screen kiss, movie star, western, and talking picture experiment. Also included is an interview with the cowboy star, G.M. Anderson (Broncho Billy).
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Genre/Form: Documentaries and factual works
Television
Named Person: Gilbert M Anderson
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Killiam; Saul J Turell; William C Dalzell; Gilbert M Anderson; Gregstan Enterprises.; University of California (System). Extension Media Center.
OCLC Number: 70169542
Notes: Likely originally broadcast in 1960-1961 as one segment of the television program Silents please: the history of the motion picture, an anthology show featuring abridged silent films.
Copyright notice: c1960 by Gregstan Enterprises, Inc.
Credits: Research, William K. Everson ; editing and scoring by William C. Dalzell.
Performer(s): Narration: Paul Killiam.
Description: 1 reel of 1 (27 min.) (957 ft.) : opt sd., b&w ; 16 mm. print.
Other Titles: Film first, Chapter. 1
Silents please
Responsibility: a Paul Killiam Classic presentation ; produced by Paul Killiam and Saul J. Turell ; written by Paul Killiam.

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A selection of silent film clips highlighting the earliest days of motion pictures, including the historic, artistic and technical innovations that helped the fledgling industry take flight. Included are the first on-screen kiss, movie star, western, and talking picture experiment. Also included is an interview with the cowboy star, G.M. Anderson (Broncho Billy).

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