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L.A. from Every Angle
Posted April 01, 2010 to photo album "L.A. from Every Angle"
As Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg shows, there are many different L.A.s inside the city limits. Joel Bleifuss takes us on the tour of how artists imagine Los Angeles.
Slide 4: L.A. for Silent Filmmakers
In 1910, D.W. Griffith made the first Ramona feature film. Donald Crisp, Edwin Carewe and Henry King followed suite in 1916, 1928 and 1936 respectively. In 2000, the novel was made into a Mexican telenovela. Here, Mary Pickford, age 18, stars as Ramona, in the film of the same name made by D.W. Griffith that was shot on location in Rancho Camulos.