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The Movies of the 1920s- Robert Bryan- Willams 3rd

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Transcript of The Movies of the 1920s- Robert Bryan- Willams 3rd

Movies Rise in Popularity Movie attendance in America increased dramatically
following the end of WWI. The reasons for this are
the availability and increase of movie theaters throughout the country. I personally believe that after experiencing the trauma of WWI, citizens sought movies to forget and escape their sorrow. Stars of the 1920s Charlie Chaplin Iconic Star of the Silent Film Era Famous for his Acting and Directing
Skills His first of many masterpieces
is a movie called The Kid. Acted and produced many more
movies throughout the 1920s AKA The Tramp Stars of the 1920s Douglas Fairbanks Known for his roles in Robin Hood,
The Mask of Zorro, and The Three
Musketeers Regarded as the first Action icon
in Movies Rudolph Valentino Stars of the 1920s Hollywood The Rise of Studios The End of An Era and
the Start of a New One Regarded as the first male superstar Prior to his acting, he was a dance instructor
and a chorus boy "Sex symbol" of the 1920s The Sheik and The Four Horseman of the
Apocalypse 1895-1926 1883-1939 During the 1920s movie production began to migrate to a certain district in California, Hollywood. Hollywood became the centerpiece of movie production in America in the 1920s and helped transform America cultural into what it is today. 1889-1977 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) Paramount Pictures Fox Film Corporation Warner Brothers RKO Pictures "The Big Five" "The Jazz Singer": First feature-length motion picture with synchronized dialogue sequences.

Warner Brothers

"Talkies"

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