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Speedy
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directed by Ted Wilde, 1889-1929; produced by Harold Lloyd, 1893-1971, Harold Lloyd Corporation; performed by Harold Lloyd, 1893-1971, Ann Christy, 1905-1987, Bert Woodruff, 1856-1934, Brooks Benedict, 1896-1968 and Babe Ruth, 1895-1948 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1928), 1 hour 26 mins
"Speedy" loses his job as a soda-jerk, then spends the day with his girl at Coney Island. He then becomes a cab driver and delivers Babe Ruth to Yankee Stadium, where he stays to see the game. When the railroad tries to run the last horse-drawn trolley (operated by his girl's grandfather) out of business, "Speedy"...
directed by Ted Wilde, 1889-1929; produced by Harold Lloyd, 1893-1971, Harold Lloyd Corporation; performed by Harold Lloyd, 1893-1971, Ann Christy, 1905-1987, Bert Woodruff, 1856-1934, Brooks Benedict, 1896-1968 and Babe Ruth, 1895-1948 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1928), 1 hour 26 mins
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Coney Island at Night
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directed by Edwin S. Porter, 1870-1941; produced by Edison Studios (New York, NY: Kino Lorber, 1905), 4 mins
A history of the Edison Company and the invention of the motion picture.
directed by Edwin S. Porter, 1870-1941; produced by Edison Studios (New York, NY: Kino Lorber, 1905), 4 mins
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Electrocuting an Elephant
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directed by Edwin S. Porter, 1870-1941 and J.B. Smith, fl. 1903; produced by Thomas Edison, 1847-1931 (New York, NY: Kino Lorber, 1903), 2 mins
A history of the Edison Company and the invention of the motion picture.
directed by Edwin S. Porter, 1870-1941 and J.B. Smith, fl. 1903; produced by Thomas Edison, 1847-1931 (New York, NY: Kino Lorber, 1903), 2 mins
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Shooting the Chutes
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directed by James H. White, 1872-1944 and William Heise, fl. 1890-1903; produced by James H. White, 1872-1944 (New York, NY: Kino Lorber, 1896), 1 min
A history of the Edison Company and the invention of the motion picture.
directed by James H. White, 1872-1944 and William Heise, fl. 1890-1903; produced by James H. White, 1872-1944 (New York, NY: Kino Lorber, 1896), 1 min
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