The Golden Age of Hollywood

This 10 minute video from the mid 90s I think is a neat summary of the history of American cinema.

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Comment by Ufonka on September 17, 2008 at 3:27pm
Brilliant!:)
Comment by film_eccentrik on March 15, 2008 at 12:09am
Wow that was amazing to see. So many great movies. I love it.
Comment by Rosie Sayer on March 11, 2008 at 1:58pm
Thank you for posting this!
This seems to be a compressed version (a trailer?) of Chuck Workman's excellent 1.5-hr. documentary by the same name. I got the full-length documentary in a boxed set of classic films (Reg. 2 DVDs), and it was the best part of the set. I've coerced many of my friends and family members into watching this documentary. It gives me chills and brings tears to my eyes every time I see it. Besides film clips and narration, the full-length version has clips of interviews with lots of stars and directors talking about movies.
Comment by Ktrek on March 11, 2008 at 12:58pm
That's a great find Derek! It should remind all of us as to why we love movies so much!

Kevin

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