Quirky Film Etiquette Slides From 1912


style=”text-align: justify;”>Going to the cinema to see the most recent film all the time has its professionals and cons, the latter normally regarding issues with different moviegoers. As these classic slides from 1912 by John D. Scott and Edward Van Altena present, film etiquette appears to have all the time been an issue.

style=”text-align: justify;”>These slides’ respectful creators made a bunch of light-hearted film etiquette playing cards within the early 1910s to advertise good conduct whereas on the cinema by displaying examples of fine manners.

style=”text-align: justify;”>The Library of Congress writes: “As center class mass entertainments gained rising reputation within the late nineteenth century, so did the impetus to instruct this new viewers within the methods of applicable public conduct.

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