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Americanizing the Movies and "Movie-Mad" Audiences, 1910-1914 Paperback – August 15, 2006


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“An especially notable achievement.”
(Gregory A. Waller Film Quarterly 2009-01-01)

“A wealth of exceptional information.”
(Film International 2009-12-11)

“[Conveys] a sense of the excitement that fans of the era experienced.”
(Journal Of The Gilded Age And Progressive Era 2010-07-14)

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"Like all of Richard Abel's previous works, this book is characterized by careful marshalling of data and the exploration of new sources. There is a wealth of extremely important, instructive information, and the book provides an encyclopedic treatment of film exhibition in the early 1910s and the key film genres of the period. This will be an important book for film studies."—Lea Jacobs, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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