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Dave Sindelar wrote:Arrgh!
The Revenge of the Ghosts (1909)Directed by Emile(?) CohlCountry: FranceCompany: Unknown, possibly GaumontCommentary:
What we have here is a mystery title. The only source I found it in
was the Willis guide, and there's no listing for it on IMDB or CITWF.
The only details I have are the title, the date, the director's last
name, the country, and that it was originally listed in the Dictionnaire
Spookeasy (1930)Directed by Manny Gould and Ben HarrisonCountry: USACompany: Screen GemsCommentary:
Based on the title, I'm guessing that this Krazy Kat cartoon is about a
haunted speakeasy. I'm classifying the survival status as Unknown.
A Stone Age Adventure (1915)Directed by W.L. GlackenCountry: USACompany: J.R. Bray / Pathe...based on previous comments in this thread, the Bray output has
already been thoroughly researched. Therefore, I'm pretty confident
that I'll get a definite answer as to this one's existence which, for
the moment, I'm going to classify as Unknown.
A Trip to the Pole (1911)Country: FranceCompany: Pathe FreresCommentary:
Here's another movie that has no listing at IMDB, but I'm bearing in
mind that it may be a title problem; it may be listed under its original
French title. At least it's not another TRIP TO THE MOON.
When Men Were Men (1925)Country: USACompany: Aesop's Fables StudioFantastic Content: Cavemen and dinosaurs
There are plenty more silents to cover, but my hunt list will now return to a somewhat later era for awhile.
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doctor kiss wrote: It's quite staggering how much ground Don Willis covered, though, in the pre-Internet age...
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Dave Sindelar wrote:The Bear (1960)aka L'oursDirected by Edmond SechanFeaturing Georges Aminel, Gaby Besset, Francis BlancheCountry: Italy, FranceCompany: Filmsonor, Intermondia and Titanus
Men of Action Meet Women of Dracula (1969)aka Acrobat MastersDirected by Artemio MarquezFeaturing Eddie Fernandez, Dante Verona, Eddie TorrenteCountry: PhilippinesCompany: Tower ProductionsMuch as I love that title, whether it still exists may
be a question mark; there are no votes for it on IMDB and no user
reviews, and what comments I have found on it are sketchy. So I'm going
to classify its survival status as Unknown at this point.
The Cave of Ali Baba (1954)aka La cueva de Ali-BabaDirected by Mario C. LugonesFeaturing Mario Amaya, Alejandro Anderson, Gogo AndreuCountry: ArgentinaI suppose this one may still exist out there, but the lack of
votes or user comments on IMDB does tend to make me want to classify its
survival status as Unknown, so that's what I'm going to do.
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