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" We also think that this step is positively and absolutely necessary to protect the great motion picture public... "
United Artists, Volume 1, 1919–1950: The Company Built by the Stars - Page 13
by Tino Balio - 2009 - 360 pages
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Charlie Chaplin and His Times

Kenneth Schuyler Lynn - 1997 - 604 pages
...to book only pictures he wishes to play and not . . . other programs which he does not desire. . . . We also think that this step is positively and absolutely...force upon them mediocre productions and machine-made entertainment."8 Behind this idealistic rhetoric lay a self-serving calculation. If the UA partners...
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Hollywood: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Volume 1

Thomas Schatz - 2004 - 393 pages
...(when he is booking films to please his audience) other program films which he does not desire, 79 believing that as servants of the people we can thus...force upon them mediocre productions and machine-made entertainment.1 Hollywood was too cynical to take the revolt seriously. "Film magnates and a number...
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Women Filmmakers in Early Hollywood

Karen Ward Mahar - 2006 - 291 pages
...statement claimed that they were taking this step to end the coercive practice of block booking and to "protect the great motion picture public from threatening...force upon them mediocre productions and machine-made entertainment. "7; The big merger never took place. Instead, Zukor now found himself facing not only...
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