A Pictorial History of the Movies

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The publishers wish to thank the motion-picture companies, whose names appear in the captions, for their permission to reproduce copyrighted photographs. In addition thanks are due the Museum of Modern Art for generously making available the photographs on pages: 3 (above), 4 (below), 6 (below), 7, 8, 11 (above left), 14 (below), 18 (below left), 19 (above), 22 (above right), 23, 24, 27 (below), 28 (below), 30, 31 (above), 33 (above), 34 (above), 35 (above right and below), 36 (above), 38 (below), 39 (above right and below), 41, 42, 46 (above), 49 (below), 55 (below), 56, 61 (above), 63 (above), 65 (above), 66 (above left and below), 67 (above right), 70 (below), 74 (below), 75 (below), 78 (above right), 80 (below), 82 (above right), 83 (above left), 86 (below), 87 (below), 90 (above), 92, 94 (below), 103 (above), 104 (above), 110 (above right), 111 (above right), 115 (below), 116, 117, 119, 122 (below), 123, 124, 127 (below), 130, 131, 134 (above left and below), 144 (below), 145 (above left), 146, 147 (above right), 148 (below), 149 (below), 150, 151, 152 (above), 153 (above), 158, 159 (below), 160 (below), 161 (above), 163 (above right), 165 (above), 166 (above), 168 (below), 169 (below), 170, 172, 173 (below), 175 (above), 179 (below), 180 (below), 182 (above left), 183 (above), 184 (above), 185, 186 (above), 188 (below left), 189 (above), 192 (above), 193 (above right and below left), 194 (above), 195 (below), 197 (below), 198 (above), 202, 203 (above left and below), 204 (above left and below right), 205 (above), 206 (above), 209 (below), 215 (below), 217 (below), 219 (above), 220 (below), 221 (below), 222 (above), 224, 225 (below), 227 (below), 228 (above), 230, 232 (above right and below), 238, 241, 245 (above right), 247 (below), 248 (above), 252 (below), 254 (below), 255 (above), 256 (above), 261 (below), 264 (above right), 266 (above right and below), 270, 271, 272 (above), 273 (above), 277 (above), 280 (above), 281, 282 (above right and below), 283 (above), 284, 285 (below), 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 295, 296 (above), 297 (below), 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303 (below), 304 below), 305 (below), 306 (below), 307 (above), 308, 309 (above), 310, 312, 313, 314, 315 (above), 316, 317, 318, 319, 320 (above), 322 (above), 324 (below), 325, 326, 327, 328 (above), 329 (above), 330 (below), 338.

The Picture Collection, The New York Public Library, kindly made available the photographs on pages: 43, 166 (below), 187, 193 (below right), 240 (above), 244 (below), 248 (below), 250, 252 (above), 253 (above), 257 (below), 258 (above), 260 (above), 262 (below), 266 (above left), 267 (below), 275 (above right), 276 (below), 285 (above left), 294, 297 (above), 303 (above), 304 (above), 320 (above), 321, 322 (below), 323, 328 (below), 329 (below), 330 (below), 334 (above right), 335, 336, 337.

We also wish to thank the Historical Collection of the Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles; and Philip T. Hartung, of the Museum of Modern Art Film Library staff, for his valuable assistance. Finally, Herbert R. Cahn planned the layout and typography, and Bart Keith Winer saw the book through press.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • 1 - Birth and Infancy 1
  • 2 - Griffith Turns a Page 45
  • 3 - The Twenties 97
  • 4 - Comes the Revolution 201
  • 5 - The Talking Picture 213
  • Appendix - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards 339
  • Index 341
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