by Jack Le Moine
This film taught America 4 things: (1) people would line up for blocks to see a movie; (2) there was a civil rights movement in America with an organization called The NAACP; (3) film makers could make lots of money; and (4) D.W. Griffin was the greatest film maker in the world.
Every so often we like to resurrect an article from the blog’s past. This one is from December 9, 2008. – Just one of the gems buried in the blog’s archives.
This is a trailer to the famous movie that created Hollywood – the first full-length movie in American history.
Here’s the rest of the article. The original article was written by JL, too.
An updated link to the full movie.