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Updated: 2018-02-04T10:21:49.935+01:00

 



This is really VERY interesting!!!!!! Thank you!

2010-02-25T20:50:29.420+01:00

This is really VERY interesting!!!!!! Thank you!



Lolita: I love to see a student so excited about w...

2010-02-25T15:28:35.871+01:00

Lolita: I love to see a student so excited about what they're learning! What a great time of life for you. -- Mykal



I'm glad you're spotlighting these old cli...

2010-02-25T05:22:33.186+01:00

I'm glad you're spotlighting these old clips! It was seeing how film progressed from the very beginning that got me into classic cinema in the first place -- after watching things like this all semester, Top Hat seemed like a technological masterpiece.



Deaf Indian: Yes, the trick filming is really clev...

2010-02-24T19:23:38.906+01:00

Deaf Indian:
Yes, the trick filming is really clever for 1901! Watching old film clips on a big screen is pretty cool, too!



wow. thanks for sharing these clips. I LOVE watchi...

2010-02-24T18:19:27.637+01:00

wow. thanks for sharing these clips. I LOVE watching old clips, it seems so surreal watching people from more than 100 years ago.

The Big Swallow is my favourite, it actually seems so modern.