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The Big Parade  (1925)

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The movie The Big Parade, released in 1925 and directed by King Vidor, George W. Hill, was shot on film using Akeley 35mm Ciné Camera with John Arnold, Charles Van Enger as cinematographer and editing by Hugh Wynn.
Directed by | King Vidor, George W. Hill
Cinematography by | John Arnold, Charles Van Enger
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Cameras
Camera Aperture
Sound Systems
Distribution Resolution
Distribution Medium
Country | USA
Genres | Drama, Romance, War

Editing System
Finishing System
Film Negative Width
Shooting Regions
Shooting Space
 
Cast
James Apperson
Mr. Apperson
Mrs. Apperson
Justyn Reed
French Mother
Undetermined Minor Role
Justine Devereux
Miss Apperson
Undetermined Minor Role
Officer
Directed by
Director
Cinematography by
Cinematographer - Photography
Edited by
Film Editor
Produced by
Producer - 1988 Turner Print
Producer - 1988 Turner Print
Producer
Original Music by
Musical Score By
Composer - 1988 Score
Costume Design by
Wardrobe Designed By
Costume Designer
Casting by
Casting Director
Production Management
Production Manager: Video Presentation - 1988 Turner Print
Unit Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Electrician
Still Photographer
Still Photographer
Additional Photographer
Editorial Department
Videotape Editor - 1988 Turner Print
Visual Effects Department
Special Photographic Effects
Art Department
Settings
Set Designer
Music Department
Music Recordist - 1988 Turner Print
Music Composed And Conducted By - 1988 Turner Print
Dubbing Assistant - 1988 Turner Print
Orchestra Leader - 1988 Turner Print
Orchestrator - 1988 Turner Print
Orchestrator - 1988 Turner Print
Orchestra Under The Direction Of
Orchestrator
Stunt Department
Additional Crew Members
Production Assistant - 1988 Turner Print
Military Advisor
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