The Golden Age

Films of the 1930s was considered to be The Golden Age of Hollywood. And no, the films are not going to be in gold tint! They’re still in black and white. But it’s the golden age for revolutionizing sound. While there were still people such as Charlie Chaplin that didn’t want to transition to sound, this was still the end of the silent era and the beginning of talkies. We see a good mix of genres such as musicals, gangsters, westerns, biopics, and much more. These films came at a good time because while the movie theater attendance was decreasing because of The Great Depression, these films gave audiences something to smile about and to forget their worries.

Let the magic begin…