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This is my scoop it for my 6th period english class and its all about what type of entertainment there was in the 1920s.
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Movies Become Big Business in the 1920’s

Movies Become Big Business in the 1920’s | entertainment of the 1920s | Scoop.it
Read and listen to the article! Open the activities on the right side of the page to improve your English. Skill Level: INTERMEDIATE
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Charlie Chaplin : Official Website

Charlie Chaplin : Official Website | entertainment of the 1920s | Scoop.it
Biography, Filmography, News, Live Performances dates, Video Clips and Trailers, Music and Song Lyrics (Smile), Products, a Community.
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The Jazz Age 1920's

Annotation:This music video was created by bbc four. It was created to inspire people to join jazz music. I think people really liked it. I thought it was good. I found out that i dont like 1920s jazz. I like the jazz that be on like christmas movies and toy story and stuff.


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I think that this was a great example of the type of music liked to listen too during the 1920s. But I dont think this passes the crap test. First this video was uploaded in Feb 25, 2007. There is also no included resource, prefrence, or quotations.

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History of the Roaring Twenties

History of the Roaring Twenties | entertainment of the 1920s | Scoop.it
Facts about the History of the Roaring 20s in America, Roaring Twenties Trivia, the Key People, Places, Documents, and Events important to America and the Roaring 20s.
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Jazz History: The Standards (1920s)

Jazz History: The Standards (1920s) | entertainment of the 1920s | Scoop.it
JazzStandards.com: The premier site for the history and analysis of the standards jazz musicians play the most.
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