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"Our living room had a screen at the end, and a projector window was set into our kitchen. Night after night, all through our growing up, Mum and Dad [Judith Crawley and F.R. Crawley] would bring home the 'rushes'—all the footage shot on location, without editing and without any sound or words, just as it came out of the camera—and screen hours of footage. As kids, perhaps we had homework or other desires. But we would drop in, wordlessly, just to watch the country unfolding before us, unedited."
-- Michal Crawley

Wade Rose, Barbara. Budge: What Happened to Canada's King of Film. Toronto: ECW Press, 1998. (p. 89)