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Further Film Facts from America

May 1916 In previous articles we have discussed the broader issues and given past results and future possibilities for foreign films in America. In this article we will give you some facts and figures and discuss existing actualities in general. … Continua a leggere

Pubblicato in Cronologia 1916, Notizie | Contrassegnato

Doris Kenyon

March, 1920. A Film Actress who is also a Singer, Authoress and Poetess. Doris Kenyon was born in Syracuse, and is the daughter of Dr. James B. Kenyon, noted poet and author, the family moving  to New York City while … Continua a leggere

Pubblicato in Cronologia 1920, Personaggi | Contrassegnato

Italy: The Cradle of Cinema Masterpieces

by Leonard Donaldson Italy’s high position in the Cinematograph world shows no signs of waning, in spite of the great upheaval. While although rumors have reached this country that several of the leading producing films have been compelled to discontinue … Continua a leggere

Pubblicato in Cronologia 1915, Produzione | Contrassegnato

Charlie’s Own Room

A Peep into the Private Office at the Chaplin Studio The four walls within which a man spends most of his time, which are witness of his mental struggles, victories and self-communings, are part of himself, and share something of … Continua a leggere

Pubblicato in Cronologia 1919, Personaggi | Contrassegnato

The Hazards of Helen in Orient

I had not been in America fifteen minutes, after  four months in the Orient, before an interested producer asked me: “What is the status of the motion picture in Japan and China ?” “Charlie Chaplin is a big drawing-card in China,” I … Continua a leggere

Pubblicato in Cronologia 1916, Film | Contrassegnato , | 1 commento