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Silent film director and legendary actor Erich von Stroheim (1885 1957) gave an account of his life and career in this 1920 interview printed in Motion Picture Magazine. The article touches upon von Stroheim's roll as producer for the movie "Blind Husbands" (1919), but primarily concentrates on his pre-Hollywood life and his disappointment with the "provincial" nature of American films:

"Motion picture audiences have been educated down to to accept drivel until they have lost all perspective. It will take time to again build up a sane balance and an artistic judgment."

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Erich von Stroheim: an Immigrant's Story (Motion Picture Magazine, 1920)

Erich von Stroheim: an Immigrant's Story (Motion Picture Magazine, 1920)

Erich von Stroheim: an Immigrant's Story (Motion Picture Magazine, 1920)

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