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A Century of Cinema (1994)

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Credited cast:
Don Ameche ... Himself (archive footage)
Richard Attenborough ... Himself
Dan Aykroyd ... Himself
Kim Basinger ... Herself
Milton Berle ... Himself
George Burns ... Himself
Tim Burton ... Himself
Nicolas Cage ... Himself
John Carradine ... Himself (archive footage)
Marge Champion ... Herself
Geraldine Chaplin ... Herself
Chevy Chase ... Himself
Roger Corman ... Himself
Kevin Costner ... Himself
Billy Crystal ... Himself


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Films in all their glory !!!!
5 May 2001 | by Herr NosferatuSee all my reviews

This astonishing documentary is the quintessencial element of the most important artistic development of the twentieth century, films....

Presented with some remarkable interviews of history's most influencial artists that help this entertainment form to a powerful artistic means of communication, the film displays some of the most memorable, touching, inspiring, poetic, shocking moments of the seventh art.

Flawlessly edited with superb sequences that crafted the magic that is films, the documentary presents a striking step by step story of motion pictures. And this work also is important to understand the era of the golden age of entertainment. The strong social changes that happened to change the course of history, the deep rising of fame and fortune in the USA of the thirties to the present day...

This is films, the dream, the love, the passion, the emotional accention that made all us wish of worlds so heavenly and beautiful, if only we could be apart of them...

Here's our chance, all aboard...!!!

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