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It doesn’t take a degree in film history to know that native americans have not always been portrayed favorably in the movies. Of course, that’s nothing compared to the poor treatment that many received in real life. 750 more words


187 - Broken Blossoms (1919)

Oh boy. This one is gonna be rough. The next entry in Roger Ebert’s The Great Movies is D.W. Griffith’s Broken Blossoms. Aside from being one of the pioneers of the feature film format, Griffith is probably best known for… 601 more words


The Noose (1928) | Jamie Daily

The Noose (1928)
1st Academy Awards 1929
Nominated for Best Actor (Richard Barthelmess).
Vaulted Film

Apparently The Noose is kept in the archives at the Library of Congress–essentially it is still in the Warner Bros. 1,074 more words


My Classic Movie Pick: The Enchanted Cottage

The Enchanted Cottage is not a fairytale film for children.  There are no princesses needing rescued by a prince, no evil fairies or witches out to spoil all the fun.   936 more words