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"I believe the time will come when the live moving picture machine will be a part and parcel of every up-to-date home. I believe that the day is not far distant when moving picture film will be delivered at the home... and that the written description of the events of the day before will be augmented by the realistic portrayal of the happening..."

- so saith Siegmund Lubin (1851 1923), whose prediction was recorded in the July 28, 1906 issue of VIEWS and FILMS INDEX. Lubin is remembered in our age as one of the inventors who improved upon the existing movie camera and projector - however,his talents as a soothsayer have been largely ignored. We don't know what else he may have soothed, but he sure was right about television!

- Which brings us to the matter of the attached article, that went to press some fifteen years after ol' Lubin assumed room temperature, but I'm sure that the writer (Tom Moriarty) would have been doubly surprised if Lubin had figured out that TV would evolve into the sordid affair that it is today. However, this column served as an announcement that television was coming and its home deserves to be in Hollywood, USA:

"Hollywood is the particular Creative Front in the world which has completely mastered the technique of volume-self-projection in all the arts."

Read another article about the Westward expansion of the blossoming television industry...

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Television: God's Gift to Hollywood (Rob Wagner's Script, 1938)

Television: God's Gift to Hollywood (Rob Wagner's Script, 1938)

Television: God's Gift to Hollywood (Rob Wagner's Script, 1938)

Television: God's Gift to Hollywood (Rob Wagner's Script, 1938)

Television: God's Gift to Hollywood (Rob Wagner's Script, 1938)

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