History Film / Intolerance

21st Jan '18 11:31:07 AM DecafGrub47393
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** Due to this film's public domain status, there are several different versions available on home video or the internet. The early 1990s Image Entertainment DVD, now out of print, included a DeletedScene in which the Dear One and the Boy are reunited with their baby.

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** Due to this film's public domain status, there are several different versions available on home video or the internet. The early 1990s 1991 Image Entertainment DVD, Laserdisc, now out of print, included a DeletedScene in which the Dear One and the Boy are reunited with their baby.
3rd Dec '17 12:35:40 AM nero666
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* FollowThatCab: Well, it's a silent movie, but the Friendless One grabs a cabbie's attention and points at another cab that is trundling away with the Dear One and the Kindly Officer inside.

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* FollowThatCab: FollowThatCar: Well, it's a silent movie, but the Friendless One grabs a cabbie's attention and points at another cab that is trundling away with the Dear One and the Kindly Officer inside.
15th Oct '17 5:41:20 AM jamespolk
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* TheCavalry: In the modern story does The Cavalry arrive on time, saving The Boy from the gallows-but see TheCavalryArrivesLate.

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* TheCavalry: In the modern story does The Cavalry arrive arrives on time, saving The Boy from the gallows-but see TheCavalryArrivesLate.
29th Mar '17 6:07:58 PM Mdumas43073
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->''"Our play is made up of four separate stories, laid in different periods of history, each with its own set of characters. Each story shows how hatred and intolerance, through all the ages, have battled against love and charity."''
-->-- '''Opening {{title card}}'''
29th Mar '17 6:05:38 PM Mdumas43073
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It was made in direct response to Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage against his MagnumOpus had been an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at ''him''. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the film itself is not specifically about race relations.

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It was made in direct response to Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage against his MagnumOpus had been an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at ''him''. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the this film itself is not specifically about race relations.
29th Mar '17 6:05:06 PM Mdumas43073
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It was made in direct response to Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage against his MagnumOpus was an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at ''him''. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the film itself is not specifically about race relations.

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It was made in direct response to Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage against his MagnumOpus was had been an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at ''him''. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the film itself is not specifically about race relations.
29th Mar '17 6:04:47 PM Mdumas43073
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It was made in direct response to Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage was an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at ''him''. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the film itself is not specifically about race relations.

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It was made in direct response to Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage against his MagnumOpus was an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at ''him''. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the film itself is not specifically about race relations.
29th Mar '17 6:03:20 PM Mdumas43073
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29th Mar '17 6:02:44 PM Mdumas43073
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It was made in direct response to D.W. Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage was an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at him. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the film itself is not specifically about race relations.

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It was made in direct response to D.W. Griffith's previous film, ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}''. Some stories hold that Griffith was TheAtoner after the backlash to that horrifically racist film. The truth, however, is that Griffith thought the outrage was an example of Main/PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad, and felt the "intolerance" had been directed at him.''him''. Regardless of what sparked its creation, the film itself is not specifically about race relations.
28th Mar '17 7:26:54 PM DustSnitch
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* "The Crucifixion of Jesus", 27 AD, starring Howard Gaye as {{Jesus}}.

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* "The Crucifixion of Jesus", 27 AD, starring Howard Gaye as {{Jesus}}.UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}}.
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