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What is cinema? Vol. 1 -- excerpt

Document author(s):
André Bazin
Document source:
University of California Press
Publication date:
2004
Document language:
English
Document type:
book excerpt
Number of pages:
5
Source pagination:
144-153
Document name subject:
Charlie Chaplin
Related films:
  • One A.M. — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1916
  • The pawnshop — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1916
  • The rink — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1916
  • The adventurer — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1917
  • Easy street — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1917
  • Shoulder arms — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1918
  • Sunnyside — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1919
  • A day's pleasure — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1919
  • The pilgrim — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1923
  • Modern times — Chaplin, Charlie — United States — 1936
Film country(ies):
United States
Film language(s):
English
Film production company:
Charles Chaplin Productions, First National Pictures, Inc., and Mutual Film Company
Film genre(s):
Comedy, Feature, Short, Slapstick comedy, and War
Film subject(s):
  • Alcoholics -- Drama
  • Automation -- Social aspects -- Drama
  • Boats and boating -- Drama
  • Clergy -- Texas -- Drama
  • David, King of Israel -- Drama
  • Depressions -- 1929 -- United States -- Drama
  • Escaped prisoner -- Drama
  • Factories -- Drama
  • Farmers -- Drama
  • Ford Model T automobile -- Drama
  • Fugitives from justice -- Drama
  • Goliath (Biblical giant) -- Drama
  • Pawnbrokers -- Drama
  • Police -- Drama
  • Roller skating -- Drama
  • Soldiers -- Drama
  • Unemployment -- United States -- Drama
  • Waiters -- Drama
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Drama
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