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This LibGuide is designed to help guide researchers through the scant amount of information on Deaf film.  For the purposes of this guide, Deaf film is defined as a film that features Deaf Culture, whether this is through the actors, the plot, the writers, or some other aspect of the production. Deaf films have been produced during three eras:

Silent Films, 1900-1929

Classic Hollywood, 1930-1989

Recent, 1990-present

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