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Danielle Ham
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Danielle Ham on Sunday September 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 3344 at University of Texas at Arlington taught by Sam Haynes in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 50 views. For similar materials see history and film in History at University of Texas at Arlington.


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Date Created: 09/13/15
HIST 3344 99 911 The industry was founded by Jewish immigrants Most started as theatre owners and by accident became movie makers The industry grew rapidly in 1920 s Charlie Chapman silent lms etc Transformation in a very short period of time Adolf Z founder of paramount Warner Brothers Henry Albert Sam and jack William Fox from Hungary moved to NY raised in poverty He was driven and wanted to be superior 1905 bought his rst nickelodeon then later owned 15 Luis B Mayer from Russia he learned how to deal Bought a burlesque lounge with borrowed money and remodeled it to be the Opium Heart of the movie business is NY First movies had no scripts Fort Lee was the rst 39Hollywood39 Why is it dominated by Jewish immigrants o Anglos thought it was low class o It was low brow entertainment 0 They were on Jewish urban neighborhoods o It did not require a lot of capital Vaudeville immigrant urban theatre Movies rst provided entertainment without language barriers no sound Why did the industry start to move west 0 Weather 0 Setting differences land water desert etc 0 Get as far away from Edison as possible Edison protects his patents Vertical consolidation Horizontal consolidation Progressive Era o Reform labor unions Anti monopoly Temperance Prohibition Women39s suffrage Child labor laws 0 Low tariffs Why are reforms necessary 0 Urbanization and industrialization OOOOO Industrialization is the roof of all reforms Status anxiety Late 19th century Jim Crow Laws segregation Immigrants and African Americans both low class and fought for the same jobs Immigration totally changed the northerners look at race why They think they won t t in Race problem in the north immigrants Race problem in south African Americans North sympathize with south Reconstruction Another reform foreign policy imperialism Dark side to progressivism 0 Jim Crow 0 Racism Club women DRT women organizing to empower women in progressive era Save historical monumentsplacesstatues


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