Aspects of American Film History Prior to 1920

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INDEX
Actor's Children, The 69, 71
Adopted Daughter, The 33
Adventures of a Girl Reporter, The 32
Agnew, Frances105
Aitken, Harry and Roy150
Alberta, Viola71
Alexander, Ben20
Alias the Deacon61
Allen, E. H.30
Allen, Phyllis7
Always in the Way47
American Biograph Companysee Biograph Company
American Citizen, An45
American Flying A Company59, 61, 72, 124
Anderson, Carl79, 80, 81, 86
Anderson, Claire54
Anderson, Mignon68, 70, 75, 76, 77
"Andy Gump" Comedies 11
Animal Crackers50
Anna Case, the Prettiest Girl in Grand Opera127
Apfel, Oscar79, 81
Arab's Bride, The71
Arbuckle, Andrew21
Arbuckle, Roscoe "Fatty" 7, 15
Are Waitresses Safe?54-55
Arrah-na-Pogue91
Arrow Film Corporation78
As a Man Lives48
Ashley, Charles36
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System 127
Bab's Diary47
Bad Buck of Santa Ynez25
Badgley, Helen18, 71
Baggott, King6, 53
Baker, Baby Doris20
Baker, George35
Balboa Company20, 21, 135-136
Barker, Florence5
Barker, Reginald79, 80, 81, 82
Barriscale, Bessie79, 80, 82, 83, 84
Barry, Wesley20
Barrymore, John45
Bartholdi, Polly53
Battle of the Sexes, The11
Battle of Trafalgar, The42, 43
Beach, Rex38
Berry, Wallace53
Beneath the Mask32
Benham, Harry18, 70
Benham, Leland18
Berger, C. Rea36
Bernard, Dorothy5
Bernstein, Isadore57
Bertholon, George22
Best of Luck, The28
Beyond Price48
Beyond the Law133
Billboard99
Billions28
Biograph, The101
Biograph Company5, 6, 13, 28, 50-53, 136-137, 149
Bioscope, The100-101
Birth of a Nation, The22, 38
Birth of the Lotus Blossom, The73
Bison Company1, 30
Bit of Jade, A59
Black Roses40
Blacklist, The7
Blackton, J. Stuart102
Blaisdell, George98
Bland, R. Henderson123
Blazing the Trail30, 31
Boggs, Francis3
Bold Emmett, Ireland's Martyr 96
Boss, Yale18, 22, 69

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Dedication iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • 6 - Mr. Edison and the Edison Company 63
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - The Evolution of the Film Star 1
  • 2 - Comediennes of the 'Teens 7
  • 3 - Child Stars of the 'Teens 16
  • 4 - Ethel Grandin 27
  • 5 - Forgotten Early Directors 36
  • 7 - Katherine Anne Porter and the Movies 65
  • 8 - The Thanhouser Company 68
  • 9 - The Paralta Company 79
  • 10 - The O'Kalems 87
  • 11 - Early Film Magazines: An Overview 98
  • 12 - The First Motion Picture Bibliography 105
  • 13 - Film History Can Also Be Fun 122
  • Appendices 135
  • Source Material 149
  • Index 153
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