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Intolerance (Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages) (1916)

Intolerance
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Lillian Gish Lillian Gish
The Woman Who Rocks the Cradle / Eternal Mother
Mae Marsh Mae Marsh
The Dear One
Robert Harron Robert Harron
The Boy
F.A. Turner F.A. Turner
The Dear One's Father
Sam De Grasse Sam De Grasse
Arthur Jenkins
Vera Lewis Vera Lewis
Mary Jenkins
Mary Alden Mary Alden
Uplifter
Eleanor Washington Eleanor Washington
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Hettie Grey Baker Hettie Grey Baker
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Tod Browning Tod Browning
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such intolerance..

9 years, 4 months ago at Jan 19 22:18
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I just finish watching D.W. Griffith's Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) and of course it's message is about intolerance. What was so unbelievable about this movie is the size of the set and the battle scenes with needed more than 3,000 extras! In a year such as 1916 without having technology of computer effects.. it was astounding. The Babylonian set must have been so HUGE t... read more

A classic

3 years, 4 months ago at Jan 17 23:52
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At last, I finally saw this flick. I mean, it was on my queue for more than a year but I kept pushing it away because, let’s face it, to watch a 3 hours silent feature is a rather daunting prospect, at least to me. Eventually, it was quite impressive. I mean, it was a very ambitious production, no doubt it, and the production value was really amazing. Apparently, D.W. Griffith spent $2 million t... read more
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Description: D.W. Griffiths silent masterpiece presents four interconnected tales depicting man's inhumanity toward his fellow man. The story of a poor young woman, separated by prejudice from her husband and baby, is interwoven with tales of intolerance from throughout history. ... (more)
Release date: 5 September 1916
UPC: 014381583922
Tags: Silent (15), 1910s (11), Drama (10), 1916 (8), Classic (7), Usa (7), History (7), Epic (6), Romance (5), Historical (5), Black & White (4), Party (4), Intolerance (4), Prison (3), Black And White (3), B&w (2), Court (2), Sword Fight (2), Jew (1), Confession Of Crime (1)
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"D. W. Griffith's silent epic starring Lillian Gish is a series of vignettes remarkable for their exquisite sets, photography, and editing."


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"THE CLASSICS YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN BY NOW Mae Marsh The Griffith epics are filled with so many characters, plot lines and settings that it’s easy to get lost. Luckily, Griffith casted some of the most immortal, richly beautiful faces in cinema to guide us like Alice across the chess board. Most think of Lillian Gish, of course. But there was also Mae Marsh, her enchanting equal in talent and beauty, who started most memorably as the nameless star of the Modern Story in Griffith’s 1916 film fu"


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