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Identifier:

  • 0284.0025a (Source: oldfilm.org)

Date produced:

Filmmaker(s):

Meyer Davis

Languages:

English

Length:

400 ft

Format:

format unknown

Colour:

B&W

Sound Notes:

Silent

Awards/Recognition:

Northeast Historic Film list of titled amateur works

Description:

"Begins with a close-up intro of the Davis's in a small boat. One of the girls falls overboard and is saved. A woman drops her jewels overboard. Family disembarks. Finds a clue on a piece of paper. The Family sets out in boat with shovels, saws, axes, etc. Quarrel with another family. Find a deed." oldfilm.org

Resources:

Part of the Hilda and Meyer Davis Collection held by Northeast Historic Film

Locations:

  • Lake Placid, NY (Filming)

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Repository:

Hilda and Meyer Davis Collection, Northeast Historic Film

Viewing Notes:

"Home drama with titles. Titles include: 'No Indian to Guide Them, or What is it, a Kemp? Written by Margie Weinberg, Directed by Mike Davis, Dialogue (Cuss Words) by Hilda Davis. Shot at Lake Placid July 22nd, Ten Years After Prohibition. Introducing the Neuritis Family and the Fourteen Musical Davis's, who have rented camps at Lake Placid for the Summer." Notes from NHF