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Department
Theatre & Film Studies
Course
THTRFLM 3FF3
Professor
Joe Sokalski
Semester
Fall

Description
Fox 1 Lecture 2 THEATRE & FILM 3FF3 Monday September 16, 2013 Early Stages of American Production: Distribution & Exhibition  Stage 1: 1896-1905  Early Exhibition: Voughnville as an exhibition site (will eventually become Nickelodeon)  Development of distribution methods  Early production  Stage 2: 1905-1914 The Switch to Narratives:  Changes in exhibition: Voughnville became Nickelodeon  Increased population in large cities (immigrants) and therefore increased population in movies  The class comparison of early movie audiences: Movie theatres only in downtown areas  Only the working class were going  Prices were reduced for women and children to draw in families The MPPC:  Industry is exp
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