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Although it had been used for musicals and animated films, it had never been used in mainstream genre films of the 1930s and 1940s.

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Hollywood Gangster Films of the 1930s and 1940s

A history of horror movies since their origins in the 19th century - by Karina Wilson
The 1924 introduction of an editing machine called the Moviola facilitated movie production . This machine, which used a variable-speed electric motor and pedal control, was an innovation that made it much easier to splice footage together. As a result, movies became faster-paced, with a shorter average shot-length.

Perhaps no other era in the history of film held as ..

Unlike clothes of the Edwardian era the lack of corsetryhelped the dancers move easily and the often sleeveless clothes wereunrestrictive.
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One of the most famous designers known helped to define the silhouette of the 1920 style. ’s Twenties style was not about showing wealth and status but demonstrating elegance and sophistication. She promoted the styles associated with flappers and the pearls to match. Working in basic colours of black, navy, cream and white, she used soft that did not define the waist. Revolutionary for her time, her clothes were made more for ease of wear. also designed the first little black dress which has been reinterpreted countless times by many famous designers.


The old Shanghai period refers to the years from the 1920s to 1940s, it was a glamorous time when many famous female stars shined in history sky. Although most of the well-known ladies during that time have passed away, many of them are still in the memory of present people for their charm and beauty.


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sixteen-year-old school girl, is chosen from 1500 photos entered into a mail-in beauty contest held by the Washington Herald. The daughter of the executive to the Secretary of Agriculture, Gorman has recently starred in a motion picture produced by the Agricultural Department. Interestingly, Miss Washington is a dead-ringer for the reigning “America’s Sweetheart”, silent film superstar Mary Pickford. In Atlantic City, the “demure” matinee idol lookalike quickly emerges as the crowd favorite…and rumors begin to fly that she has signed a movie contract.

The 1920s (American Popular Culture Through History)

Digital movies are attractive for several reasons: the movie can be stored and reproduced perfectly (no wear or degradation as with film stock); it can be distributed easily and inexpensively; and production costs for digital are lower than for celluloid techniques. However, the high cost of digital systems-- some digital projectors costs $150,000, for example-- still limits their use.

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A revolutionary change is currently underway, as digital electronics take over from photography as the underlying movie medium. An important early trial of digital film using a large-screen electronic projector, was Star Wars: The Phantom Menace in four Los Angeles cinemas.

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One of the most striking changes in movie-making in the past decade or two has come with using computer-generated imagery, beginning with Tron in 1982. Tron is the story of a video arcade owner and former programmer who becomes transported into the virtual world of the Master Control Program, the computer security system of a software company. The release of Toy Story in 1995, the first all-computer-generated feature movie, was another milestone.