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The emergence of cinema : the American screen to 1907 / Charles Musser.

By: Musser, Charles.
Material type: TextTextSeries: History of the American cinema ; v. 1. Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, 1994Description: xvii, 613 str. : ilustr. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780520085336.Subject(s): američka kinematografija -- do 1907 | američki film -- do 1907
Contents:
General preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part 1: Before cinema : 1. Toward a hitory of screen practice -- 2. Thomas Edison and the amusement world -- 3. Projecting motion pictures: invention and innovation
Part 2: The novelty of cinema: 1896-1897 : 4. The vitascope -- 5. Early ,otion-picture companies -- 6. The proliferation of motion-picture companies and an assessment of the novelty year
Part 3: The exhibitor plays a cretive role: 1897-1900 : 7. Full-lenght programs: fights, passion plays, and travel -- 8. Commercial warfare and the Spanish American war: 1897-1898 -- 9. The film industry achieves modest stability: 1898-1901
Part 4: The production company assumes creative dominance: 1900-1905 : 10. A period of commercial crisis: 1900-1903 -- 11. The transition to story films: 1903-1904 -- 12. Cinema flourishes within its existing commercial framework: 1904-1905
Part 5: The beginnings of the Nickelodeon era: 1905-1907 : 13. Nickels count: storefront theatres: 1905-1907 -- 14. Production as the Nickelodeon era begins: 1905-1907
Concluding remarks
List of abbrevations
Notes
Bibliography
Picture sources
General index
Index of films
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1. izd.: New York : Scribner ; Toronto : Collier Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, cop. 1990. (History of the American cinema ; v. 1)

Str. [529]-544: Bibliografija

Kazala

General preface

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Part 1: Before cinema : 1. Toward a hitory of screen practice -- 2. Thomas Edison and the amusement world -- 3. Projecting motion pictures: invention and innovation

Part 2: The novelty of cinema: 1896-1897 : 4. The vitascope -- 5. Early ,otion-picture companies -- 6. The proliferation of motion-picture companies and an assessment of the novelty year

Part 3: The exhibitor plays a cretive role: 1897-1900 : 7. Full-lenght programs: fights, passion plays, and travel -- 8. Commercial warfare and the Spanish American war: 1897-1898 -- 9. The film industry achieves modest stability: 1898-1901

Part 4: The production company assumes creative dominance: 1900-1905 : 10. A period of commercial crisis: 1900-1903 -- 11. The transition to story films: 1903-1904 -- 12. Cinema flourishes within its existing commercial framework: 1904-1905

Part 5: The beginnings of the Nickelodeon era: 1905-1907 : 13. Nickels count: storefront theatres: 1905-1907 -- 14. Production as the Nickelodeon era begins: 1905-1907

Concluding remarks

List of abbrevations

Notes

Bibliography

Picture sources

General index

Index of films

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