This was the birth of Hollywood, but there was no sign of film studios as yet. It was only in 1911 that Nestor Company opened their first studio in Hollywood. Thus, a major cinematic step was taken in Hollywood.
Slowly and steadily, the film industry accepted these new changes, and the ‘assembly line’ type of film making gave way to a more mature and responsible film making process.
However, the end of the studio system and block booking, along with the advent of television, marked the end of the classical era of Hollywood, and slowly gave way to modern film making.