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When You Wore A Tulip And I Wore A Big Red Rose
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directed by Stephen Schaller, fl. 1983; produced by Robert K. Geisel, Sr., fl. 1983, Random Harvest Productions; performed by Robert S. Hagge, fl. 1983, Florence Gilbert Evans, fl. 1914-1983 and Louise Elster, fl. 1983 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1983), 1 hour 4 mins
In the early 1980s, documentary filmmaker Stephen Schaller was instrumental in the rediscovery and restoration of The Lumberjack (1914), the oldest surviving film made in Wisconsin, and produced by a group of itinerant filmmakers who traveled from town to town making 'local talent' pictures. Schaller's lovely and...
directed by Stephen Schaller, fl. 1983; produced by Robert K. Geisel, Sr., fl. 1983, Random Harvest Productions; performed by Robert S. Hagge, fl. 1983, Florence Gilbert Evans, fl. 1914-1983 and Louise Elster, fl. 1983 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1983), 1 hour 4 mins
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The Lumberjack
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directed by Oliver W. Lamb, fl. 1914; produced by Paragon Films; performed by Helen Hagge, fl. 1914, Hans Hagge, fl. 1914 and Florence Gilbert Evans, fl. 1914-1983 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 16 mins
The Lumberjack (1914) is the oldest film shot in Wisconsin that still exists in its original, complete form. Produced by an itinerant film company out of Omaha, Nebraska and cast with Wausau, Wisconsin locals, the short, silent one-reeler tells a romantic story set against the backdrop of the city's lumber mills.
directed by Oliver W. Lamb, fl. 1914; produced by Paragon Films; performed by Helen Hagge, fl. 1914, Hans Hagge, fl. 1914 and Florence Gilbert Evans, fl. 1914-1983 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 16 mins
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