The Rise of the American Film: A Critical History

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NAME INDEX
Abbott, George, 438
Addams, Jane, 64, 178
Ade, George, 269
Adorée, RenU+00E9e, 456
Agnew, Frances, 128
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 116
Anderson, G. M. ("Broncho Billy"), 60, 128, 143-144, 145
Andriot, Lucien, 332
Apfel, Oscar, 127
Arbuckle, Roscoe ("Fatty"), 211212, 213, 255, 294, 375, 377
Aden, Richard, 411
Arliss, George, 124, 520
Arnold, Edward, 520
Arnold, John, 223, 332
Arthur, Jean, 477
Arvidson, Linda (Mrs. D. W. Griffith), 100, 107
Arzner, Dorothy, 330
Asquith, Anthony, 494
Asther, Nils, 412
Atherton, Gertrude, 326
Auer, Misha, 536
August, Joe, 223, 332
Autry, Gene, 145
Badger, Clarence, 127, 216
Baggott, King, 87, 88, 89
Baker, George D., 122, 125-126, 127, 129
Bakshy, Alexander, 358, 434, 437
Ball, Eustace Hale, 132, 133
Bara, Theda, 105, 216, 217, 266, 267, 277, 532
Barnes, George, 332
Barnes, Howard, 464
Barrie, Sir James, 326
Barthelmess, Richard, 333, 373, 388
Barry, Iris, 192, 201
Barrymore, Ethel, 126; John ----, 50, 126, 217, 403, 438; Lionel ----, 438, 478
Beach, Rex, 129, 130, 136, 326, 327
Beery, Wallace, 213
Belasco, David, 91, 99, 127, 136, 336, 339
Bell, Monta, 240, 357
Bennett, Constance, 508
Berman, Pandro S., 449
Berne, Josef, 495
Bernhardt, Sarah, 91, 114, 128, 257
Bitzer, William (Billy), 9, 28, 88, 104, 107, 108, 133, 173, 222, 223
Blaché Alice and Herbert, 127
Blackton, J. Smart, 8, 9, 11, 28, 59, 89, 121, 125, 204, 214-215, 251, 257, 261
Bogan, Louise, 362
Boggs, Francis, 60, 127
Borzage, Frank, 383, 486, 492-493
Boucicault, Dion, 123, 136
Bow, Clara, 410, 532
Brady, William A., 254
Brenon, Herbert, 127, 214, 250, 256, 279
Broening, H. Hyman, 133
"Broncho Billy" (G. M. Anderson), 60, 118, 143-144, 145
Broun, Heywood, 200, 293, 295
Brown, Clarence, 492
Browning, Robert, 104, 107, 108, 136
Browning, Tod, 382
Brown, Karl, 354
Brown, Rowland, 486, 489-490
Buchman, Sid, 451
Buchowetsky, Dmitri, 306, 307
Bunny, John, 88, 125, 128-129
Burnett, W. R., 509
Bushman, Francis X., 217, 278
Bush, W. Stephen, 50, 124, 134, 220
Cabanne, Christy, 261
Cagney, James, 511, 512, 514, 515, 532
Campbell, Colin, 215-216
Canby, Henry Seidel, 511
Capellani, Albert, 127
Capra, Frank, 453, 474-479
Carr, Harry, 210, 349, 392
Chancy, Lon, 408, 409

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