The Necklace of Rameses

A Chase from America, through England, France and Italy

Directed by: Charles Brabin, , USA, 1914

    Genre: Drama,

Szenenphoto aus The Necklace of Rameses, © Edison, Inc.

Stills and posters © Edison, Inc.

Cast and Credits

Production Thomas A. Edison, Inc. [N° 7529]
Distribution General Film Company
Director Charles Brabin
Assistant Director Rex Ingram [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Based on Charles E. Vernon
Director of Photography Otto Brautigam [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Cast Robert Brower [Rameses II]
Gertrude Braun [Princess Ameena]
Marc McDermott [Detective Imbert]
William Bechtel [Museum Director at the Egyptian Department]
Charles E. Vernon [James Jackson alias 'English Jim']
Miriam Nesbitt [Marie Stevens, alias 'Diamond Mary']
Marjorie Ellison [Maggie Black, a Lady Thief]
Rex Ingram [Chief of Band of Criminals (as Rex Hitchcock)]
Mrs. William Bechtel [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]

Technical specifications
Shooting Period: late 1913
Locations or Studios: Edison Studios; Paris, Venice, Rome, Naples
Category: Short Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 3000 feet, 3 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: January 23, 1914 in USA
US Copyright: January 05, 1914 - ©LP 1909
Survival Status: This picture is presumably lost

Remarks and general Information in German: Der Film gilt als verschollen. In einigen Quellen wie etwa Buck Raineys "Those Fabulous Serial Heroines" wird Mary Fuller unter den Darstellern erwähnt, das ist eher unwahrscheinlich, da sie zu der Zeit die Hauptrolle in dem zwölf-teiligen Serial "Dolly of the Dailies" spielte, deren erste Episode am 31. Januar 1914 anlief.

The Necklace of Rameses is a motion picture produced in the year 1914 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Charles Brabin, with Robert Brower, Gertrude Braun, Marc McDermott, William Bechtel, Charles E. Vernon, in the leading parts. The movie had its first screening on January 23, 1914 in USA. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Necklace of Rameses available.

Bibliography - Motography, January 10, 1914 (ad), January 24, 1914 (with still)
- The Moving Picture World, January-March 1914, pg 257 (ad), pg 259 (photo)
- Moving Picture World, January-March 1914, Vol, 19, pg 574 (synopsis)
- The Moving Picture World, January-March 1914, pg 677 (review)
- The New York Dramatic Mirror, January 7, 1914, pg 40
- Galveston Daily News- January 25, 1914, Galveston, Texas (ad)
- The Illustrated Buffalo Express, January 25, 1914 (note)
- Evening Independent- January 31, 1914, Massillon, Ohio (note and ad)
- Suburbanite Economist- February 6, 1914, Chicago, Illinois (note)
- Schenectady Gazette, Febrary 7, 1914, pg 10 (note and ad)
- Anaconda Standard- February 8, 1914, Anaconda, Montana (ad)
- New Brunswick Times- February 11, 1914, New Brunswick, New Jersey (ad)
- Atlantic News Telegraph- February 17, 1914, Atlantic, Iowa (ad)
- Janesville Daily Gazette- March 9, 1914, Janesville, Wisconsin (ad)
- Wisconsin State Journal- March 11, 1914, Madison, Wisconsin (ad)
- The Binghamton Press, March 17, 1914, pg 12 (ad)
- Titusville Herald- March 19, 1914, Titusville, Pennsylvania (note)
- Bisbee Daily Review, March 19, 1914, Page 5 (note)
- Daily Republican, The- March 30, 1914, Rushville, Indiana (ad)
- Mountain Democrat- May 2, 1914, Placerville, California (ad)
- Star And Sentinel, The- May 19, 1914, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (ad)
- Corona Daily Independent- Wednesday, June 17, 1914, Corona, California (note)
- Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLI, Issue 13433, 15 July 1914, Page 4 (synopsis)
- Gleaner, The- September 14, 1914, Kingston, Kingston (ad)

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