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Hollywood: A Celebration of the American Silent Film - 04 Hollywood Goes to War

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Published on May 7, 2019

Episode 4 of 13.

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The outbreak of World War I provides Hollywood with a successful source for plots and profits. Peacetime curtails the release of war movies, until the release of King Vidor's The Big Parade in 1925. Wings (1927) earns the first Academy Award for Best Picture. As movies transition to sound, Universal releases Lewis Milestone's All Quiet on the Western Front, showing the German side of the conflict, becoming a powerful statement of war by the generation that fought it. Interviews include Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., King Vidor and Lillian Gish.

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    • Morton Harvey
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    • Songs of World War I - A Centenary Remembrance
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    • Alfred Bryan, Al Piantadosi
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    • Arthur Fields
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    • NPR Milestones of the Millennium: World War I
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    • Marina and the Diamonds
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