A rare, hard-to-find early history of cinema. Assembled by Edison collaborator J. Stuart Blackton and Vitagraph director William P.S. Earle. Includes original film clips from:
- The Big Parade (1925 - Silent - Clip) Directed by King Vidor. A thoughtful story about how WWI effects the lives of the soldiers and those who love them.
- Steamboat Willie (1928 - Silent - Clip) Directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. The first Mickey Mouse soundie about Mickey working on a steamboat, but there is no dialogue.
- The Sneeze (1890s - Silent - Clip) a remarkable re-creation of Edison's 1890's short.
- and others.
aka March of The Movies
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Black and White, 65 minutes DVDR 1933
Starring: Charles Ray,
Director: J. Stuart Blackton, William P. S. Earle, King Vidor, Walt Disney, Ub Iwerks
Vendor #: NFV
Our Price: $29.99
Package: Printed Sleeve, No Picture Available