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The History of the Movie Trailer

24.04.2017 15:58:29

24.04.2017
Check out the history of the movie trailer.
Some people consider them the best part of the movie going experience – the Movie Trailer. Take a look at the evolution of the “coming attractions” from simple silent film splices, through the template style of the Golden Age of Hollywood, through Auteurs and finally into the Blockbuster era.

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