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Making the Movies

by Ernest A. Dench
New York, The Macmillan company, published 1915
(now in the Public Domain)

Preface ... List of Illustrations


CONTENTS


Chapter	

I	PUTTING ON A PHOTOPLAY
II	DO THE PHOTOPLAYERS HAVE AN UNDERSTUDY?
III	EYESIGHT DAMAGE CAUSED THROUGH THE MOTION PICTURE ARCS
IV	DO THE PLAYERS DRINK INTOXICANTS IN MOTION PICTURES?
V	THOSE TROUBLESOME CHILD PLAYERS
VI	HIRING PLAYERS FREE FOR THE MOVIES
VII	MOVIE STARS WHO RISK THEIR LIVES FOR REALISTIC FILMS
VIII	MOTION PICTURE MAKING TOWNS AND ESTATES
IX	UTILISING COUNTRY ESTATES FOR MOTION PICTURE PLAYS
X	HOW RAILROAD PHOTOPLAYS ARE MADE
XI	PUTTING THE THRILLS IN RAILROAD MOVIE DRAMAS
XII	MAKING MARINE DRAMAS FOR THE MOVIES
XIII	HOW FIRE FILMS ARE TAKEN
XIV	USING AUTOS IN THE MOVIES
XV	UNDERGROUND WITH A MOVIE CAMERA
XVI	AVIATION IN THE MOVIES
XVII	FILMING EARTHQUAKES -- BEFORE AND AFTER
XVIII	PRODUCING A BIBLICAL MOTION PICTURE
XIX	CONTROLLING WILD ANIMALS ON THE FILM
XX	WHY NAVAL MOVIES ARE SO SCARCE
XXI	PRESENTING CAFES AND HOTELS IN MOTION PICTURES
XXII	THE DANGERS OF EMPLOYING REDSKINS AS MOVIE ACTORS
XXIII	MUSICAL MATTERS IN MOTION PICTURE PRODUCING
XXIV	HOW TRICK PHOTOPLAYS ARE PRODUCED
XXV	"REEL" MONEY MATTERS
XXVI	THE IRREGULARS OF FILMDOM
XXVII	TAKING EXTERIORS BY NIGHT
XXVIII	EXPLORING BY MOTION PICTURES
XXIX	HOW MICROBES AND INSECTS ARE "CAPTURED" FOR THE MOTION PICTURES
XXX	THE OBSTACLES ENCOUNTERED IN FILMING ROYALTIES
XXXI	FLORICULTURE BY MOTION PICTURES
XXXII	WHAT MOVIE CAMERA OPERATORS HAVE TO UNDERGO
XXXIII	TAKING THE ANIMATED NEWSPAPER
XXXIV	MAKING CARTOONS FOR THE MOVIES
XXXV	TAKING FILMS UNDER SEA
XXXVI	THE MOVIE SOLDIER AND HIS WORK
XXXVII	WAGING A MOVIE BATTLE ON THE EUROPEAN WARRING POWERS
XXXVIII	THE MOVIE FIRING LINE IN ENGLAND
XXXIX	THE PRACTICAL SIDE OF FILMING THE EUROPEAN WAR
XL	IN A FILM FACTORY
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