A term coined by French film critics, the "classic period" of Film Noir was an extremely important one in American film history.
Most commercial movies were, and some still are, shot using film that is 35 millimeters wide. When and Why did 35mm Film Become the Standard?
The first full–length feature film shown on television was a silent movie produced by Gotham Productions that ran for 6 reels (approximately 60 minutes).
(A Brief History) by: Ken Robichaux © 2007 All Rights Reserved © 2007 The Picture Show Man. All Rights...
Welcome to The Picture Show Man, where we explore the history of motion pictures from 1890 through 1960!