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Whose Was the Hand? is a 1912 Australian silent film directed by Alfred Rolfe Contents.
The Cheat is a 1912 Australian silent film directed by Alfred Rolfe. It is considered a lost film. An Englishman is wrongly accused of a crime and flees to Australia. On the boat over he saves the life of a squatter's daughter when she falls overboard. In gratitude, the girl's father gives him a job on his station. The Englishman falls in love with the girl and they get engaged to be married. However he faces opposition from the station manager, who causes trouble for them
com, Subtitles, Horoscopes & Birth Charts. Subtitles on OpenSubtitles. The Warning Hand "Birth" chart of the opening night (premiere) October 18, 1912, USA. Movie: The Warning Hand (1912) Actors, director and other movie creators. Francis X. Bushman ( 1883).
Plot: The story involves forgery, attempted robbery, and murder. An innocent man is convicted of murder but the real culprit is discovered through use of fingerprint technology. An important scene involves a burning building where a lady is rescued.
The movie advertised the film as "teaming with sensational incidents and told in the picturesque surroundings of the Australian Bush. According to the Adelaide Register "it is a particularly interesting film,the spectator with any sense of emotion is worked up to a high pitch of enthusiasm as the subject is being screened. A September 2013 report by the United States Library of Congress announced that a total of 70% of American silent feature films are believed to be completely lost, the earliest precursors of film began with image projection through the use of a device known as the magic lantern. This utilized a glass lens, a shutter and a persistent light source, such as a powerful lantern and these slides were originally hand-painted, but still photographs were used later on after the technological advent of photography in the nineteenth century.
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