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Ship of Souls
(1925) American
B&W : Six reels
Directed by Charles Miller

Cast: Bert Lytell [Langley Barnes], Lillian Rich [Christine Garth], Gertrude Astor [Doris Barnes], Earl Metcalf [Stikeen Harry], Russell Simpson [Angus Garth], Ynez Seabury [Annette Garth], Cyril Chadwick [Churchill], Jean Perry [Hensley], Pete Mauer [Durgin], W.J. Miller [Atlin], Jack Irwin [the radio operator]

[?] Encore Pictures or Stereoscopic Film Company? production; distributed by Associated Exhibitors, Incorporated. / Produced by Max O. Miller. Scenario by [?] Frank P. Donovan?, from the novel Ship of Souls by Emerson Hough. Cinematography by Ed Du Par. / © 30 December 1925 by Encore Pictures [LU22203]. Released 20 December 1925. / [?] Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format? [?] Stereoscopic Process single-strip anaglyphic stereoscopic process? / The production was shot in Hollywood, California. The 3D process was a dual-strip camera negative with single-strip release print process developed by Max O. Miller. [?] Some sources maintain that the film was not a stereoscopic process film but a large-format process film.

Drama: Northwoods.

Survival status: Print exists.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Canada - Stereoscopic films - 3D film

Listing updated: 30 November 2010.

References: FilmYearBook-1926 p. 61; Hayes-3D p. 9 : Website-AFI : with additional information provided by Jack Theakston.

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