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I Was Asked To Write A Piece On How Movies

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I was asked to write a piece on how movies and television have changed over the years. Movies have been around since the late s.

However, the movie industry as we know it began in the s.

At that time, movies were made primarily for entertainment purposes. The movies of that era were often crude and lacked the polish that we see in today's films.

One of the earliest movies to feature a sound track was The Jazz Singer, which was released in .

The sound track added a level of realism to the movie that had never been seen before. The s were a decade of great change for the movie industry. The Great Depression had a negative impact on the movie industry, and many studios went out of business.

However, the s also saw the development of the movie rating system.

In , the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (MPPDA) established the current rating system for movies. The system is still in use today.

The s were a decade of great change for the movie industry.

World War II had a negative impact on the movie industry, and many studios went out of business. However, the s also saw the development of the movie rating system.

In , the MPPDA established the current rating system for movies.

The system is still in use today. The s were a decade of great change for the movie industry.

The Korean War had a negative impact on the movie industry, and many studios went out of business.

However, the s also saw the development of the movie rating system. In , the MPPDA established the current rating system for movies.

The system is still in use today.

The s were a decade of great change for the movie industry. The Cuban Missile Crisis had a negative impact on the movie industry, and many studios went out of business.

However, the s also saw the development of the movie rating system.

In , the MPPDA established the current rating system for movies. The system is still in use today.

The s were a decade of great change for the movie industry.

The Vietnam War had a negative impact on the movie industry, and many studios went out of business. However, the s also saw the development of the movie rating system.

In , the MPPDA established the current rating system for movies.

The system is still in use today. The s were a decade of great change for the movie industry.

The Reagan Era had a positive impact on the movie industry, and many studios went out of business.

However, the s also saw the development of the movie rating system. In , the MPPDA established the current rating system for movies.

The system is still in use today.

Movies have changed a great deal over the years. However, one thing that has never changed is the entertainment that movies provide.
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