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This 1920 silent film was made by Kenneth Brampton, who wrote, produced, directed and starred in it. The story concerns a real life bushranger (outlaw) named Captain Starlight, who became a national hero (like Ned Kelly). It is based on a classic Australian novel by Rolf Boldrewood (the pen name of Thomas Browne). This was the third film of the novel. The first, directed by Charles McMahon, was an early feature film made shortly after "The Story of the Kely Gang". The second was made in 1911.

Classic entry into L Frank Baum's silent Wizard of Oz Series. Cast Violet MacMillan...Dorothy, a Kansas girl who is wandering in the Land of Oz Frank Moore...The Scarecrow Pierre Couderc...The Tin Woodman Fred Woodward...The Cowardly Lion / The Kangaroo / The Crow / The Cow / The Mule Raymond Russell...King Krewl Arthur Smollet...Googly-Goo, a wealthy courtier J. Charles Haydon...The Wizard of Oz (as J.

Some different prints of the all-time classic. 1. Raw untouched video master - how the film has been seen on late night TV and PD video's and DVDs for years. 2. A remastered version of the film presented in HD. 3. Rare international widescreen theatrical release print presented 16:9 enhanced. Copyright Status: PUBLIC DOMAIN Published without a valid Copyright Notice. Type of Work: Cancelled Registration Cancelled Registration Number: PA0000046101 PA reg. cancelled. Published pre ’78 without copyright notice. Title: Night of the living dead / an Image Ten production ; produced by Russell W.

Filmed in November 1903 at Edison's New York studio, at Essex County Park in New Jersey, and along the Lackawanna railroad and released in December 1903, "The Great Train Robbery" is considered to be one of the first significant early US narrative films. Greatly influenced by the British film "Daring Daylight Robbery" (1903) it introduced many new cinematic techniques (cross cutting, double exposure, camera movement and location shooting) to American audiences. It was directed by Edwin S Porter and stars Justus D. Barnes as the head bandit, G. M.

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