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Click to edit Master subtitle style  4/15/11 The Motion Picture Industry Chapter 12
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 4/15/11 19th century o 1896 o Thomas Edison introduces the Vitascope
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 4/15/11 1900s
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 4/15/11 1900s o Changes in moviemaking led to larger audiences and specialized exhibition places, e.g. nickelodeons
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 4/15/11 1900s o Low costs and silent films (no language barrier) attracted booming immigrant populations
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 4/15/11 1908–12
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 4/15/11 1908–12 o Immigrant-run companies (the “majors”) ü Columbia Pictures ü Paramount ü Warner Brothers ü Universal ü Twentieth Century Fox ü Metro-Golden Mayer
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 4/15/11 1920s–1950s
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 4/15/11 1920s–1950s o Vertical integration o The studio controlled moviemaking facilities, distribution, and theaters in the area
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 4/15/11 1920s–1950s o Block booking o The practice of forcing a theater to buy B films as a precondition for acquiring A films
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