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Sulphur Springs Collection of Pre-Nickelodeon Films

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    • [Trio of Acrobats]

    • Unknown
    • 1901
    • In this one-shot film, three vaudeville acrobats in make-up and ethnic costumes suggesting a Scottish motif perform comic somersaults, head stands, and other tumbling on a makeshift stage. The stage curtain which depicts a river scene droops...
    • Love in a Railroad Train

    • Lubin Manufacturing Company
    • 1902
    • On an interior set of a railroad coach, this one-shot comedy depicts a Mother holding a toddler (11). When a male passenger tries to steal a kiss as the train goes into a tunnel, it turns out he was kissing the baby's bare bottom. The Mother laughs...
    • The Golf Girls and the Tramp

    • Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
    • 1902
    • With a set representing a low wall, a tree, and a half-moon in the sky, this one-shot comedy depicts two female golfers frightened by the approach of a Tramp. One woman resourcefully alters her golfing clothes and golf bags to make it appear she is...
    • Tracked By Bloodhounds, or A Lynching in Cripple Creek

    • Lubin Manufacturing Company
    • 1904
    • William Selig prominently advertised this film as a 'headliner' in the trade press from mid-1904 through 1905 as multi-shot story films became more important in the industry. This violent twelve-scene film depicts a Tramp's murder of a woman who...

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