Summary

Footage Information

Sherman Grinberg
Paramount
D-4244
SR005308_01_02.mov
9/11/1951
Cecil B. DeMille, Jesse Lasky, and Samuel Goldwyn put up plaque for "The Squaw Man," first American feature-length movie
Title "Birthplace of Films - Honor Pioneers at Hollywood Ceremony" superimposed over scenes of film production / California Bank on street corner, cars passing, people on sidewalk / Cecil B. DeMille, Jesse Lasky, and Samuel Goldwyn hanging plaque on bank wall / CU plaque "Birthplace of Motion Pictures-The First Feature-Length Picture Made in America The Squaw Man Filmed on this site by Cecil B DeMille Samuel Goldwyn Jesse Lasky December 1913" / photographers holding up cameras / MS DeMille turning crank on camera he used, Goldwyn using megaphone and Lasky looking on / CU DeMille cranking camera / scene from The Squaw Man / title card from film dialogue: "If You Are an Honest Man, You May Kiss Me Good-Bye" / film scene with man and woman / series of stills from different films / birdseye view Hollywood Studios
Cecil B DeMille, Jesse Lasky, Samuel Goldwyn
United States
California
Hollywood

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