Film History: Exhibition Vol 6, no 2 : An International Journal - Volume 6 Issue 2, June 1994
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- Paperback | 128 pages
- 178 x 254mm
- 29 Jun 1994
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Table of contents
New theatres a boon to real estate values; when a dime could buy a dream - Siegmund Lubin and the birth of motion picture exhibition; "You can have the Strand in the your own town" - the marginalization of small-town film exhibition in the silent film era; the "theatre man" on "the girl in the box office" - gender in the course of motion picture theatre management; helping exhibitors - pressbooks at Warner Brothers in the late 1930s; New York's Strand Theatre and the "Paramount" case"; film journeys of the Krzeminski brothers, 1900-1908; telling the tale - the story of the fairground bioscope shows and the showmen who operated them; motion picture exhibitors on Belgian fairgrounds - unknown aspects of a travelling exhibition in a European country, 1896-1914; the creation of a film culture by travelling exhibitors in rural Quebec prior to World War II; "cinefication" - Soviet film exhibition in the 1920s.