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According to Vincent Canby's intro to the NYT Film Reviews set, reporters
"wrote in anonymity" until Oct. 6, 1924 when Mordaunt Hall received the
first byline. If you haven't seen it, his intro (in the vol. that begins in
1913) has other interesting things to say about attribution...
Cheers,
Lisa



--On Tuesday, July 27, 2004 3:15 PM -0500 Dana Polan
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> I am trying to identify who the reviewer of movies for the NYT in 1921
> would have been.  In particular, I am interested in the reviewer for a 25
> December piece on MISS LULU BETTS.
>
> Thanks!
>
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Dr. Lisa D. Kernan
Arts Librarian for Film, Television and Theater
UCLA Arts Library
310-206-4823
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