Browse our 2014 & 2015 entertainment DVD titles.
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MCPL offers a wide selection of feature films and informational videos on DVD for all ages. All informational DVDs and all children’s media may be borrowed for three weeks and may be renewed. Feature films on DVD may be checked out for one week with no renewals. Many DVD titles in the collection offer closed captioning (CC).
The library purchases many copies of each popular DVD title. Some copies of every title will be filling customer holds, but, for the first 90 days a DVD title is owned, most will be non-holdable copies, available to people browsing the library's shelves. Instead of moving around the county in delivery trucks and awaiting pick-up on hold shelves, the non-holdable copies are in constant use. After 90 days in the system, all copies will begin to fill customer holds.
You may have 20 entertainment DVD's checked out on your card at one time.
These titles can be cross-searched from the Gale Virtual Reference Library if you prefer, or you can search and read within any of them individually.
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2007. A comprehensive introduction to film, covering such aspects as production, national traditions, studios, genres, critical theory and film history.
History of the American Cinema
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, in 10 volumes
The Emergence of the Cinema: The American Screen to 1907. Vol. 1, 1990.
The Transformation of Cinema, 1907-1915. Vol. 2, 1991.
The Talkies: U.S. Cinema's Transition to Sound, 1926-1931. Vol. 4, 1998.
Boom and Bust: The American Cinema in the 1940's. Vol. 6, 1998.
The Fifties: Transforming the Screen, 1950-1959. Vol. 7, 2003.
The Sixties: 1960-1969. Vol. 8, 2001.
For deaf and hard of hearing people, language learners, and others who want to read while listening, captioning enhances movies.