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The New England Vintage Film Society, Inc., a 501c3 Massachusetts charitable educational corporation, (www.nevintagefilm.org) published a book about 1920's & 1930's stage and vaudeville actors who later became film actors after silent films became talkies -- actors and performers who made the jump from stage to talking pictures; encompassing several points of view, i.e. the Golden Age of Theatre, the end of the Silent Era/Rise of Talkies, American cultural, political, economic, technological issues, etc.
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Playbills To Photoplays: Stage Performers Who Pioneered the Talkies (http://www.starsofstageandscreen.com
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If you are writing a book or an essay on Broadway and vaudeville performers who migrated to the talkies and made it in Hollywood's Golden Age...take a look-see at Playbills To Photoplays: Stage Performers Who Pioneered the Talkies to find out more. Endorsed by Joan Benny and Morgan Loew.
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Playbills to Photoplays: Stage Performers who Pioneered the Talkies is a tribute to a host of legendary classic film stars who journeyed from stage to screen, including:
Edward G. Robinson
George Burns and Gracie Allen
Harpo, Groucho, Gummo and Zeppo Marx
Ralph, Frank and Carlos Morgan
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy