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Film studies professor Jeanine Basinger talks about her new book, a look back at the early days of moviemaking, when actors like Rudolph Valentino and Mary Pickford became celebrities — even though fans had no idea what they sounded like!
- Jeanine Basinger author and film studies professor
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