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Which director is credited with largely setting the stage for what we think of as the modern film director? (Points : 1) A. D.W. Griffith B. Orson Welles C. Alfred Hitchcock
D. Steven Spielberg
. Steven Spielberg is credited with largely setting the stage for what we think of as the modern film director...en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Spielberg
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