Exploring Motion Pictures: “All My Babies,” “The Bargain,” and “A Corner in Wheat”

Analyze “All My Babies” by George C. Stoney, “The Bargain” by Reginald Barker, and “A Corner in Wheat” by D. W. Griffith movies.

What are the summary and characters of the discussed films? Describe the locations of each presented item significantly altered. Do motion films have the power to educate, amuse, and stimulate the audience’s imagination? Is the effect of films determined by their capacity to keep the audience’s undivided attention and emotions?