The Taming of the Shrew, 1926

In the earliest days of television development, Philo Farnsworth was a man with a mission. The earliest broadcasts were not being sent into¬†American homes, but generally, from room to room, or building to building. Very little attention was being paid to Farnsworth’s work, as most of the focus in the industry was on silent films […]

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