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In this practice, another substantial challenge to theories of ﬁlm “language” and of montage emerges. In the late silent period (generally set at 1918–26), narrative intertitles do not always form complete grammatical sentences, but are often fragments or dependent clauses for which ﬁlmed scenes function as main clauses. The ﬁnal two cards of Nordisk’s 1924 Little Dorrit read: (1) “Beyond the sombre shadow of the Marshalsea . 93 Far from begrudged necessities explaining the plot, as critics so often construct intertitles to be, these intertitles are informationally dispensable.
Scene shot] He renounced his name, title, wealth, estate – he ﬂung them to the wind [scene shot] and went to earn his living in a strange land. [scene shot] That was like a man – a real man, [scene shot] a man who loved his country much, but liberty and manhood more! [scene shot] You, Builders of a New World, will you not forgive that man? [scene shot] His fault is a Name – his atonement a Life. [scene shot] This man who we all know, the Prisoner of the Bastille, [scene shot] DOCTOR MANETTE!!!
334–5. Boston Transcript (January 11, 1916), cited in Robert A. Colby, “ ‘Scenes of All Sorts . ’: Vanity Fair on Stage and Screen,” Dickens Studies Annual 9 (1981), 178. Review of Shattered, “Screen: Pictorial Efﬁciency,” The New York Times (December 11, 1921), section 6: 3. Anon, “Exceptional Photoplays: Lady Windemere’s Fan,” National Board of Review Magazine 1: 1 (March–April, 1926), 11–12. Philip James, English Book Illustration 1800–1900 (London: King Penguin, 1947), p. 9. See also Harthan, History of the Illustrated Book.