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Laemmle wasn’t the only one bristling under the tight control of the Edison Trust in 1912. Hungarian immigrant Adolph Zukor, owner of a New York City nickelodeon, envisioned a film industry that generated more revenue by screening feature-length films built around the star power of actors. Few stars in 1912 were brighter than Sarah Bernhardt, so Zukor paid $18,000 for the American distribution rights to her latest film, the French four-reel silent picture “Queen Elizabeth.” Despite his enormous outlay, Zukor still needed a license from the Edison Trust to show the picture in his own theater. The trust, however, thought Bernhardt too big a celebrity and the film’s 40-minute run time too long for American audiences, so it denied the license.

East german hollywood squares

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