October 2, 2013

Silent Movies



 
Did you know that in the early 1900's, many New York City moviemakers took the train south and came to Jacksonville, Florida to take advantage of a warm climate and beautiful scenery which made the city for a small time at least, "The Winter Film Capital of the World". There were over 30 movie studios and thousands of silent films produced between 1908 and the 1920s, when most studios chose to relocate to Hollywood. The talkies were a boon to many actors and a career ender for others. Change is always around the corner; be prepared.

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