Appeared on an NBC radio special: "The Dodge Hour", March 29, 1928, with Douglas Fairbanks
, Charles Chaplin
and John Barrymore
. Griffith spoke on "Love". Sponsored by Dodge Brothers to introduce its newest automobile, it was broadcast from New York, Detroit and Hollywood. No recording is known to exist.
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Did You Know?
by G.W. Bitzer
in "Billy Bitzer: His Story."] A film without a message is just a waste of time.
called him "the father of film" (although Griffith considered her a close friend, she had so much respect for him that she never referred to him as other than "Mr. Griffith", even long after Griffith died).
His films depict the cruelty of humankind.