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Nearly 200 photos enhance Champlin’s readable, fascinating survey of the movies from the Golden Age up through the year 1980. According to Champlin, movies are the art form of our time—perhaps even the art form of this century. With this revised and enlarged edition of his book, one of the most comprehensive and eloquent works on film is available once again.
“This book is pure Champlin, no Mumbo Jumbo to it. […] Charles Champlin is a critic-essayist of the highest integrity[…]. Abroad, as well as on his home base, he strikes me as being the ideal motion picture critic.”