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    Orson Welles Discovery Now Online

    See the long-lost Orson Welles Mercury Theatre footage of ‘Too Much Johnson’ streaming online now!

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    NFPB Study Reveals Staggering Loss of Early Silent Films

    Having just released “The Survival of American Silent Feature Films: 1912-1929," a comprehensive survey of the silent era of motion pictures that began a century ago, the Library of Congress reveals that a startling amount of early silent films have become quite literally a thing of the past.

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    A World-Class Archive On Your Home Screen

    Major archives sharing their latest finds on DVD: that’s a 21st century concept, and the latest example is "Lost & Found: American Treasures from the New Zealand Film Archive," just released by the National Film Preservation Foundation

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    Catching Up With Chaplin, 3-D, Hitchcock And More

    So many movie-buff discoveries, links, DVD releases and publications cross my desk that it’s not possible to keep up with them all, but I’d like to try catching up a bit. Let’s start with a Charlie Chaplin radio documentary. I don’t know how it escaped my notice for almost two years, but BBC radio i...

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    Hollywood Snapshots, 90 Years Ago

    The National Film Preservation Board continues to post newly-restored silent films online from the cache of long-unseen titles held by the New Zealand Film Archive. One of the latest is 'Hollywood Snapshots' (1922), a rudimentary travelogue that purports to show a farmer from the “sticks” taking a t...

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    John Huston’s “LIGHT” Online

    Striking a blow for film preservation, and widespread access to films once they are properly restored, the National Film Preservation Foundation is now streaming John Huston’s long-suppressed 1946 documentary 'Let There Be Light' on its website.

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