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Film as Art Movie Stills Script 1
Phantom of the Opera
Harold Lloyd Hanging From Clock
Douglas Fairbanks & Mary Pickford
The Great Train Robbery
Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West Show
Tom Mix Fights
Tom Mix and Heroine
Smoking Them Out
Cowboy Shoot Up
Country Gallants (1876)
The Battle Before Caloocan
The Faithful Colt
War by Harry Reeks
Wild Bill Hickock
William S. Hart
Destry Rides Again
Charlie Chaplin With Broom
Keystone Cops in Days of Thrills and Laughter
The Last Trail (1933)
The Great Chase
Son of the Sheik
Rudolph Valentino and Heroine
The Charlie Chaplin Festival
The Gold Rush
The Classic Comedians
A Dog’s Life
Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks
Charlie Chaplin Watches Man Eating Soup
In the City Park
Scott’s Run, West Virginia
The Big Shot
Bullets or Ballots
Citizen Kane/The Great Train Robbery
The Story of G.I. Joe
Rebel Without A Cause
Singin’ In the Rain
The Ten Commandments
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Film History Silent Film Comedy and The Gold Rush.
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Installment Financing New Forms of advertising Increase in spectator sports Standardized News in Newspapers Influences of commercial radio Influence of.
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