American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1937 - Honorable Mention
"Four 8mm. films, however, found places among the honorable mentions. Included among these may be mentioned Earl Cochran's 'gay 90's' melodrama, 'The Engineer's Daughter,' which, in addition to being most amusing, was well photographed, excellently acted and costumed, and a more than ordinarily creditable job of production. It suffered, however, from a few strictly technical shortcomings — mostly in directing." American Cinematographer, Feb. 1938, 76.
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