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After the movie’s premiere run, Chaplin followed true to form and edited City Lights based on his perception and interpretation of the responses to the movie by its first audiences. He finally put the movie into general release in early 1931, distributing it himself, which was practically unheard-of in Hollywood at the time. But precisely because he did the distributing of the movie himself, rather than through one of the major Hollywood companies, Chaplin managed to earn worldwide profits in excess of $5 million.
This was a distinct and separate category from Best Picture. ” In hindsight, Sunrise may be regarded as the apex of silent filmmaking in Hollywood, a grand farewell by a masterful director with an international reputation to the medium of silent film itself that was destined to abruptly disappear. However, critical praise did not turn into box office success in 1927 for what turned out to be the last—and the most expensive—silent film that Fox ever produced. SUMMARY In 1895, the earliest films were shown, first in Europe and soon afterward in the United States.
In spite of his enormous talents, his understanding of cinema as emotional communication, and his leadership in establishing the modern feature film in the United States as based on sentiment and spectacle, after The Birth of a Nation, Griffith could never sustain a truly successful Hollywood career. Both were landmark movies, but they were not typical ones for Hollywood. Nonetheless, early Hollywood still provided enough latitude for the work of another early genius of the screen who was also both a producer and director, as well as being a star performer in his own movies.