The Entertainment of Yesterday
Radio, Comics, Movies, and Books
In the 1930’s movies allowed people to fill their lungs with laughter, escape from reality and forget their plights brought upon by the Great Depression “Hollywood emerged into a golden age. People gathered together to watch movie stars like Clark Gable, Bette Davis, and Little Shirley Temple. Also in 1937, Walt Disney's "Snow White" came to be America's first full-length animated movie, and "Gone with the Wind" premiered in 1939 Atlanta.