The Emergence of Cinema: The American Screen to 1907
University of California Press, 4 de maig 1994 - 613 pàgines
The origins of motion picture technologies are described and analyzed by Charles Musser in this lavishly illustrated volume. He considers social and economic as well as aesthetic aspects of the beginnings of movie making.
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