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CL 2006 Richard Schickel "What ever became of the movies"

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Series: Chautauqua Lectures
Length: 59:00

Film critic Richard Schickel talks about tecnology and the movies. Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-1 Film critic Richard Schickel talks about the impact of technology on the movies from the introduction of sound to the video I-pod.

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Film critic Richard Schickel talks about the impact of technology on the movies from the introduction of sound to the video I-pod.

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