As if to prove there's nothing new on the screen, this third collection of early shorts and features kept in the vaults of U.S. archives, presented by the National Film Preservation Foundation and distributed by Image Entertainment bulges with big angry issues. For starters: immigration, abortion, atheism, organized crime, Native American rights, women's rights and the treatment of wounded veterans. If there was a debate that could start a fight, the first moviemakers were instantly ready to dramatize and exploit it. You'll find Cecil B. De Mille spectacle, cliff-hanging serials, cartoons, documentaries and newsreels all fascinating to anyone who cares about, not just old movies, but how Americans 80 to a hundred years ago faced the problems that still vex our society.