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WWI movies made during (or shortly after) WWI

For more than 100 years, the big screen has told stories from The Great War. But the movies made during — or shortly after — World War I offer a unique perspective. 

1923’s ‘The Ten Commandments’: Rediscovering the movie – and the lost city of DeMille

Watching old movies is a bit like archaeology: you can study human history via the artifacts, language and sets used at the time. 1923’s “The Ten Commandments” offers a few things to unearth, both on the screen and beneath the sands of a small town in California.