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today in movie history, september 5
1916 – D.W. Griffith’s 3 hour and 40 minute “
Intolerance,” espousing benevolence and empathy, was released on this day. The sprawling epic, which pieces together four different narratives in four different eras, was made partly in response to those who found racist undertones in Griffith’s “The Birth of a Nation” (1915).