The Griffith Project: Films Produced in 1912:, Volume 6
Paolo Cherchi Usai
British Film Institute, Nov 26, 2002 - Performing Arts - 321 pages
1912 is the first "golden year" in the career of D.W. Griffith. There is still a wealth of treasures waiting to be uncovered in this year. Their reappraisal is one of the aims of this sixth installment in the multi-year research project commissioned by the Pordenone Silent Film Festival in Sacile.
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1916 Release length 35mm nitrate negative 35mm nitrate positive 35mm paper print actors actress Alfred Paget Archival Sources baby Bedroom Biograph Bulletin Blanche Sweet brother chair character Charles Hill Mailes Christy Cabanne Chrystie Miller Claire McDowell coming D.W. Griffith Author dance daughter door Room doorway entering room Exterior of cabin Exterior of house father feet Copyright date film's Filming date frames G.W. Bitzer Cast Girl standing girl's Gish Hallway Harry Carey husband Indian Insert Interior of saloon intertides intertitles Jack Jack Pickford Kate Bruce known Camera later leaves Library of Congress Lillian Gish Lionel Barrymore looking Mae Marsh maid Mary Pickford mother Moving Picture World Museum of Modern narrative paper print fragment Pueblo returns Road Robert Harron scene sequence shot Stage standing in foreground standing in room story street Sub-tide Sub-title sweetheart talking theater thieves tide W.C. Robinson wife Wilfred Lucas window Woods young