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The "Titanic" and Silent Cinema Paperback – 25 Sep 2000


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"Many copies of rare early cinematographic advertisements ... An excellent and very interesting book." -- Atlantic Daily Bulletin, No.1, 2001

"Quite different ... the tragic maiden voyage as told to audiences through early film ... an excellent and well-written account." -- White Star Monthly Christmas Special, 2000

"Wonderfully covered by Stephen Bottomore ... his listing of the feature films and documentaries that followed the disaster is a revelation." -- Archive Zones Spring, 2001

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This book relates the full story concerning the early films of the Titanic, and the first "Titanic" movie shows - facts about the newsreels, fake films, and dramas based on the true events. Lavishly illustrated and based on primary research by a leading film historian.

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The film industry in 1912 was booming on both sides of the Atlantic, and there was a constant exchange between the two continents in moving picture films and personnel. Read the first page
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