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The Lights of New York (1922)
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The Lights of New York

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Lights of New York (1928) was the first all-talking feature film, released by Warner Brothers (who had introduced the first feature-length part-talkie The Jazz Singer in the previous year) and directed by Bryan Foy. The film, which cost only $23,000 to produce, grossed over $1,000,000. It was also the first film to define the crime genre. The enthusiasm with Expand
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