Filmmakers in the Moving picture world: an index of articles, 1907-1927

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McFarland & Co., Mar 1, 1997 - Performing Arts - 386 pages
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First published on March 9, 1907, The Moving Picture World was the first trade paper of the film industry. It continued until December 31, 1927. This index directs researchers to the appropriate pages of the magazine for biographical and career data on the early "filmmakers"--i.e., anyone involved in making a film: actors and actresses, producers, directors, camera grinders, writers, editors, company presidents, technical directors, stunt extras, and many others. Each entry includes professional postion or job slot, real name (if applicable), any relatives in cinema, article citations, the date and page location of the citations, and a notice of illustrations within the article.

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Preface
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How to Use This Book
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The Index
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ANNETTE M. D'AGOSTINO is an Adjunct Professor of Speech Communication at Hofstra University, where she teaches courses in public speaking and communication theory.

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