ACL Ten Best 1936 - General Class
"East Coast, produced by the Rockville Cinema Club, is a picture that keeps the most jaded critic interested in its outcome. Carefully staged and convincingly acted, this story of the eternal triangle has an original twist. The production shows painstaking attention to story detail and photography, that leaves with the audience the feeling of having seen a finished picture. The acting was far above the average and shows the result of the club's previous experiences in making this type of picture. The sets were largely laid out of doors, but, both indoors and out, the exposure and lighting were handled in a most finished and competent manner. Smooth and logical, the scenarization, editing and titling represent a vast amount of careful preparation." Movie Makers, Dec. 1936, 542.
"Replete with stunning interior scenes, East Coast was produced with a fixed focus, f/3.5 camera and homemade lighting units." Movie Makers, Dec. 1936, 465.
Production credits are listed in Movie Makers (Nov. 1936, 476).
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