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Army Life; or, How Soldiers Are Made
(1900) British
B&W : Short film
Directed by Robert W. Paul

Cast: (unknown)

Robert W. Paul production. / Produced by Robert W. Paul. / Premiered 18 September 1900 at Alhambra Theatre in London, England. / [?] 35mm spherical format? / Possibly as many as twenty short films shot to be part of a live presentation. Separate episode titles: “Mounted Infantry” (print exists); “Joining the Army” (160 feet); “Work and Play at the Depot” (80 feet); “A Lark in Camp” (60 feet); “Leaving the Army” (60 feet); “Defending a Redoubt” (60 feet).

Documentary.

Survival status: The film is presumed lost : Print exists of “Mounted Infantry” episode.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Boats - British Army - Soldiers: British - Water

Listing updated: 26 August 2010.

References: Eyles-Missing p. 100; Gifford-British nn. 00340-00345; Perry-British p. 60c.

Home video: DVD.

 
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