Eighty percent of early American silent and “talkie” movies have been lost due to decay. “Russian state film library is giving the Library of Congress preserved copies of 10 “lost” silent films that will help fill a gaping hole in the American collection.”
November 8, 2010
Russia Donates Lost Early American Movies To US
Chicago Sun-Times 11/03/10
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