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The Moving Picture World was an influential early trade journal for the American film industry, from 1907 to 1927. An industry powerhouse at its height, Moving Picture World frequently reiterated its independence from the film studios. In 1911, the magazine bought out Views and Film Index. Its reviews illustrate the standards and tastes of film in its infancy, and shed light on story content in those early days. By 1914, it had a reported circulation of approximately 15,000.

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  • January 4, 1913 cover, featuring a scene from A Sicilian Heroine, an Italian film
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  • The Moving Picture World foi uma revista pioneira sobre a indústria cinematográfica dos Estados Unidos, de 1907 a 1927. Em 1914, ela teve uma circulação de aproximadamente 15 000 exemplares. A publicação foi fundada por James Petrie (J.P.) Chalmers, Jr. (1866-1912), que começou a publicar em março de 1907 com o nome The Moving Picture World and View Photographer.
  • The Moving Picture World was an influential early trade journal for the American film industry, from 1907 to 1927. An industry powerhouse at its height, Moving Picture World frequently reiterated its independence from the film studios. In 1911, the magazine bought out Views and Film Index. Its reviews illustrate the standards and tastes of film in its infancy, and shed light on story content in those early days. By 1914, it had a reported circulation of approximately 15,000.
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  • Moving Picture World cover .jpg
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  • The Moving Picture World foi uma revista pioneira sobre a indústria cinematográfica dos Estados Unidos, de 1907 a 1927. Em 1914, ela teve uma circulação de aproximadamente 15 000 exemplares. A publicação foi fundada por James Petrie (J.P.) Chalmers, Jr. (1866-1912), que começou a publicar em março de 1907 com o nome The Moving Picture World and View Photographer.
  • The Moving Picture World was an influential early trade journal for the American film industry, from 1907 to 1927. An industry powerhouse at its height, Moving Picture World frequently reiterated its independence from the film studios. In 1911, the magazine bought out Views and Film Index. Its reviews illustrate the standards and tastes of film in its infancy, and shed light on story content in those early days. By 1914, it had a reported circulation of approximately 15,000. The publication was founded by James Petrie (J.P.) Chalmers, Jr. (1866-1912), who began publishing in March 1907 as The Moving Picture World and View Photographer. In December 1927, it was announced that the publication was merging with the Exhibitor's Herald, when it was reported the combined circulation of the papers would be 16,881. In 1931, a subsequent merger with the Motion Picture News occurred, creating the Motion Picture Herald.
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