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I “ t would have been more logical,” star Mary Pickford once said, “if silent pictures had grown out of the talking instead of the other way around.” I share her enthusiasm for this particular cinema, once wildly popular, then derided, now restored to re- spectability and more.
T his was the time when movies began to speak. Not just Greta Garbo in Anna Christie, who famously demanded, “Gimme a whiskey, with a ginger ale on the side—and don’t be stingy, baby” (“Garbo Talks!” roared the ads), but everybody.