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Old 11-03-2017, 11:31 AM   #11
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I said the 1910s were when cinema was in its infancy:
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Cinema as you note was invented in 1895. But it was still in its infancy in the 1910s.
Yes, but you also said that its “birth” was in the 1930s. “Invented” = Born. Jeeze Louise, quit with the dodgeball game.

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It was simply meant to further my sentiment that the world seemed like a bigger place in the first decade of the 20th century.
Erm, don't you mean the 2nd decade? We're talking about the 1910s, right?

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My point is that the 1900-1913 era is to me a fascinating mix of the Old World and the birth of the Modern world and as such would make for an interesting time to explore in adventure films.
For sure…but it’s not an untapped era in movieland. Plenty have already been made. I collect adventure films set during that 'turn-of-the-century' time period and have tonnes & tonnes of ‘em! (Although my focus is mainly late Victorian.) Are you looking for recommendations?

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Actually I know quite a bit about 20th century history beyond America's borders.
It certainly doesn’t show in your numerous other threads about the 1950s and ‘60s.
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