D.W. Griffith

April 1996
Entertainment Weekly;4/19/96, Issue 323, p29
Presents a brief profile of the motion picture director D.W. Griffith. The more than 480 movies and shorts he shot between 1908 to 1925; His film `The Birth of a Nation,' starring Lillian Gish; Griffith as cinema's first major artist.


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