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When the Cock Crows: A History of the Pathé Exchange

Richard Lewis Ward - Performing Arts - 2016
Influential during Hollywood’s silent-film era, the Pathé Exchange was a multinational film company with a production and distribution model very different from the self ...
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The great movie comedians: from Charlie Chaplin to Woody Allen

Leonard Maltin - Biography & Autobiography - 1978 - 238 pages
An appreciative retrospective survey of the great American film comedians combines history, nostalgia, and criticism with nearly two hundred stills
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Harold Lloyd: the man on the clock

Tom Dardis - Biography & Autobiography - 1983 - 357 pages
An in-depth profile of the noted silent-film comedian chronicles Lloyd's life and acting career from its beginnings, through the golden era of the silent screen, to his death ...
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Movie comedians: the complete guide

James L. Neibaur - Performing Arts - 1986 - 247 pages
A history of film comedy focuses on comedians from Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton to Jerry Lewis, Steve Martin, and Woody Allen, and provides information on their careers ...
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Early Poverty Row Studios

E.J. Stephens and Marc Wanamaker - History - 2014 - 128 pages
The history of Hollywood is often seen only through the lens of the major studios, forgetting that many of Tinseltown's early creations came from micro-studios stretched along ...
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