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The Big Parade

  • Type: Film
  • Length: 141 minutes



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  • Grand Est, France "The Big Parade" is set in the village of Champillon in the Marne.
  • Marne (department), FR, "The Big Parade" is set in the village of Champillon in the Marne department in north-eastern France.

Timeline

Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1925/00/00 King Vidor Director "The Big Parade " is released.
1926/00/00 Andrew Wyeth Life N C Wyeth takes his 8 year old son, Andrew, to see "Big Parade". The film seeps into young Andrew's bloodstream. Eventually, Andrew acquired a copy and would screen it four or five times a year.
1926/00/00 Newell Convers Wyeth Life N C Wyeth takes his 8 year old son, Andrew, to see "Big Parade". The film seeps into young Andrew's bloodstream. Eventually, Andrew acquired a copy and would screen it four or five times a year.
1939/12/22 F Scott Fitzgerald Author of Two Old-Timers FSF note to Arnold Gingrich at Esquire: Did you know that last story (Two Old Timers) was the way "The Big Parade" was really made? King Vidor pushed John Gilbert in a hole-believe it or not.
1975/00/00 King Vidor Director Andrew Wyeth writes to King Vidor saying he had seen The Big Parade "a 180 times, literally" and that it had been the strongest single influence on his painting.
1975/00/00 Andrew Wyeth Life Andrew Wyeth writes to King Vidor saying he had seen The Big Parade "a 180 times, literally" and that it had been the strongest single influence on his painting.

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Particulars for The Big Parade:
Narrative Arts Drama
Art Type Film
Narrative Arts Live Action
Narrative Arts Silent Film
Motif War
Historic Event World War I
Area of Significance World War I - Western Front




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