The Film Parade

  • Directed By: J. Stuart Blackton

Synopsis: Pioneer filmmaker J. Stuart Blackton was intrigued by the idea of a film about the history of the movies as early as 1915. He finally released a 52-minute feature called The Film Parade that was shown in New York and favorably reviewed by "Variety" in 1933. He continued tinkering with the film for the rest of the decade, and later filmmakers and distributors used Blackton's footage for stock or to produce their own variously titled and truncated versions. -UCLA Film & Television Archive

Kent Stevenson


Charles Chaplin

Himself (film clip from 'The Champion' (1915)) (archive footage) (as Charlie Chaplin)

Marlene Dietrich

Herself (film clip from 'Der Blaue Engel") (archive footage)

Tom Mix

Himself (film clip from 'The Stagecoach' Guard (1915)) (archive footage)

Gilbert M. Anderson

Himself, film clip (archive footage) (uncredited)

Theda Bara

Herself, film clip (archive footage) (uncredited)

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Meta Score: Coming Soon
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Release Date: Dec 31st, 1932
Box Office: Not Available
Budget: Not Available
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