Why Skunkville Went Dry

Production: General Film Company, Inc. USA, 1914

Director: Joseph Levering
Story: Elizabeth R. Carpenter
Category: Short Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,
Sound System: silent
First Screening: October 18, 1914 in USA
Distribution: General Film Company

Bibliography - The New York Daily Mirror, October 21, 1914, pg 35 [ad by E.R.C.]
- New York Dramatic Mirror, November 25, 1914, pg 33

References in Databases
IMDb - International Movie Data Base Nr. tt1269598
KinoTV Database Nr. 74262

Last Update of this record 11.01.2014
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