"THE BIRTH OF A NATION": An Epic Silent Film Stereotyping Black Americans and the Deep South.
"THE BIRTH OF A NATION": Epic D.W. Griffith
The "Birth of a Nation", by David Wark Griffith, is a 1915 silent
film based on the book The Clansman, written by Thomas Dixon. According
to the liner notes included with this video re-release, Griffith has
been given the title of "The Father of Hollywood" with "Birth" being one
of his most classic films. He makes use of many accomplished actors and actresses of his time including: Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh, Henry B.
Walthall, Miriam Cooper, Robert Harron, Wallace Reid, Joseph Henabery, Don Crisp, Erich von Stroheim and Raoul Walsh.
It is a story a…
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