Cinema: The Blanks

Serious students of the motion picture do a lot of their serious studying at Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art. The Museum's Film Library, launched in 1935 on Rockefeller money, has gathered one of the world's best collections of old & new films.

Last week the Museum's film students were well into a 67-week course called "The History of the Motion Picture (1895-1946)." They were seeing The Great Train Robbery (1903) and D.W. Griffith's Intolerance (1916), Chaplin's Easy Street (1917) and De Mille's Male & Female (1919). In coming weeks they will flock to see...

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