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D.W. Griffith - Biography.
D.W. Griffith's Intolerance - One of the most grossly overlooked of all of the significant film history books is William M. Drew's D.W. Griffith's Intolerance: It's Genesis and Vision.
D.W. Griffith's Twenty-Year Record - D.W. Griffith, motion picture costs and grosses
D.W. Griffith: father of film - Turner Classic Movies showcases the greatest films on television, more films than any other network, over 350 films every month. TCM is a basic cable service in most areas or the USA. Call your local cable operator for details.
D.W. Griffith:: A Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Libraries - Books,Journal Articles, Videos
E! Online - Fact Sheet - D.W. Griffith - D.W. Griffith filmography.
E! Online - Fact Sheet - Short Films of D.W. Griffith - V. 1 (1911) - A collection of three, silent one-reel films directed by the famous D.W. Griffith: "The Battle" (1911) with Charles West and Blanche Sweet; "The Female of the Species" (1912) with Mary Pickford, Claire McDowell; and "The New York Hat" with Mary Pickford, Robert Harron, with musical scores.
Greatest Films of 1922 - Greatest Films of 1922
Intolerance - Intolerance [1916] Wark Producing Company Directed and Written by D.W. Griffith
Links Relating to D.W. Griffith and His Stars
Mainly About D.W. Griffith - Motion Picture Directing
TCM Salutes the Pioneer of American Filmmaking - . He scored a big hit with his first sound film, ABRAHAM LINCOLN,
The Film 100: D.W. Griffith, Number 8 - Griffith cemented the movies as a lasting part of American culture; his films were a vital bridge between antiquated Victorian values and the blinding modern age. Foreign filmmakers duplicated his themes and soon the entire world was taking in the subjects that Griffith alone conceived. By 1913, he was an international celebrity, commanding with absolute rule over
Video: Obscure films by D.W. Griffith flicker with moments of greatness - Griffith's last film is the rarely seen 1931 melodrama The Struggle. The independent production was made on a shoestring budget from a tax refund Griffith received.
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