Motion Picture Almanac

『 1n ** DENN " 19 3 4 MOTION PICTURE ALMANAC THE 1934 MOTION PICTURE. Bra - Bre of the trans - continental tours of San Carlo Grand Opera Company ; entered motion pictures as personal representative of Dimitri Buchowetzki , Russian ...


Author: Terry Ramsaye


ISBN: STANFORD:36105007020469

Category: Motion pictures

Page: 1158

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When Hollywood Loved Britain

The 1935–1936 International Motion Picture Almanac , pp . 997–1034 . 3 T. Ramsaye ( ed . ) , The 1939–1940 International Motion Picture Almanac , p . 944 . 4 The earnings figures for Europe and Britain are cited in a Motion Picture ...


Author: Mark Glancy

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 0719048532

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 280

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When Hollywood Loved Britain examines the Hollywood "British" film--American feature films that were set in Britain, based on British history or literature and included the work of British producers, directors, writers and actors. "British" films include many of the most popular and memorable films of the 1930s and 1940s, yet they have received little individual attention from film historians and even less attention as a body of films. While the book is centered on wartime "British" films, it also investigates wider issues: the influence of censorship and propaganda agencies during Hollywood’s studio era, studio finances, the isolationist campaign in the United States between 1939 and 1941, and American perceptions of Britain at war.

American Film Exhibition and an Analysis of the Motion Picture Industry s Market Structure 1963 1980

®A Revolutionin the Movie Industry. ̄ U.S. News and World Report. ... ®It Didn«t Begin with Begelman: A Concise History of Film Business Finagling. ̄ Action. July-August 1978,pp. 40¥48. ... 1965 International Motion Picture Almanac.


Author: Gary Edgerton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317928904

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 240

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This study looks at how the movie industry organisation functioned between the late ‘40s and 1983 when it was originally published. It describes the changing role of domestic exhibition through this time and analyses the wider film industry to provide a model of the exhibition structure in relation to production, distribution and outside factors. It addresses the growing issues of the cable and video markets as competition to the film exhibition business at that time and looks forward into a highly turbulent environment. With particular interest now as the film industry address a new range of threats and adaptations of its working structure, this book offers and integral understanding of a key stage in cinema history.

The Day the Laughter Stopped

Film Flashes. The Wit and Humor of a Nation in Pictures. NY: LeslieJudge Company, 1916. Film Flashes. The Wit and Humor of a Nation in Pictures. ... The Motion Picture Almanac 1930. Martin J. Quigley, ed. Quigley, 1930.


Author: David Yallop

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472116598

Category: True Crime

Page: 320

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The true story behind the 'Fatty Arbuckle' Scandal David Yallop is no stranger to controversy. The impact of his investigations in such bestsellers as In God's Name, Beyond Reasonable Doubt and To Encourage the Others has reverberated around the world. In The Day the Laughter Stopped, he uncovers the incredible true story behind the Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle scandal of 1921, when the fat film comedian stood accused of the rape and murder of a pretty screen actress. Arbuckle's is the story of a man born in extreme poverty who was destined to rise to the heights of a multi-million dollar career, only to have it snatched from him by a wave of hysteria and bigotry that swept the globe. It is the story of Hollywood and what really happened in the corridors of power; the political corruption of San Francisco; the immorality of a president. How Charlie Chaplin's career was saved. How Buster Keaton's was begun. Both by Arbuckle. It is a life story that ranges from comic heights to tragic depths. The Day the Laughter Stopped confirms David Yallop's reputation as the world's greatest investigative author, combining exhaustive research with compulsive narrative.