Hollywood, the pioneers

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Knopf, 1979 - Performing Arts - 268 pages
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The acclaimed film historian's history of silent movies draws on the recollections of actors, directors, producers, cameramen, art directors, property men, editors, and stunt men and is richly enhanced by three hundred remarkable photographs

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More than just a go-along book for Brownlow's television series, this has excellent pictures and content. Read full review

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This book rewards multiple revisits with its smart discourse, interesting tidbits and marvelous illustrations. It's a terrific companion piece to the TV documentary series. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER THIRTEEN
134
CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER FIFTEEN
156
CHAPTER THREE CHAPTER SIXTEEN
184
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About the author (1979)

Kevin Brownlow is a film historian and documentary filmmaker whose other books include "Parade's Gone By" and "Napoleon". Mr. Brownlow lives in London.