"another splendid example of what can be done by a lone worker actuated by keen civic pride, and the hearty applause with which it was greeted showed that both its artistic and photographic merits were fully appreciated. We understand that this film has now been shown in all of the eighteen Bristols in America, and we hope it will be followed by many other civic films of a like nature" (HMHT 1933: 273).
[Possibly also known as Bristol – Birthplace of America, directed by F. G. Warne]
Anon. Home Movies and Home Talkies. January (1933).
Screened in multiple ‘Bristol’ locations in America pre-1933.
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