Cinema: Land of Liberty

Last week Hollywood made its contribution to the U. S.'s two World's Fairs—A 14-reel, 2-hr. 17-min., free-show cinerama of U. S. history pieced together from Hollywood historicals, newsreels, shorts and travelogues of the last 25 years, it was put out by the Hays office with the title: Land of Liberty. To compile it, 53 large and small cinemakers contributed 2,000,000 feet of film. The earliest: a newsreel of the Kaiser (1914); the latest: The Bill of Rights, a Warner Bros, short to be released in August. From this vast batch, Hays office experts and recruits from studios culled 1,000 excerpts from...

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