Highest Rated Titles With William T. Sampson


1. Admiral Dewey Taking Leave of Washington Committee on the U.S. Cruiser 'Olympia' (1899)

Short, News

4.6
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"Showing the gallant Admiral standing directly in front of the camera, life size, his head bare, graciously bidding his guests adieu. This was exhibited at the Eden Musee and Koster and ... See full summary »

Director: James H. White | Stars: George Dewey, Nelson Appleton Miles, Octavius L. Pruden, William T. Sampson

Votes: 94

2. Admiral Dewey Receiving the Washington and New York Committees (1899)

1 min | Short, News

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"Showing Committee of Arrangements visit to the Admiral on board the U.S. Cruiser Olympia."

Director: James H. White | Stars: George Dewey, Nelson Appleton Miles, Octavius L. Pruden, William T. Sampson

Votes: 105

3. Admiral Dewey Leading Land Parade, No. 2 (1899)

4 min | Short, News

4.4
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"Showing Central Park in the background."

Director: James H. White | Stars: George Dewey, William T. Sampson, Winfield S. Schley, Robert A. Van Wyck

Votes: 118

4. Admiral Dewey Leading Land Parade (1899)

2 min | Short, News

4.4
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"On Riverside Drive; showing Naval Brigade of North Atlantic Fleet, followed by Schley, Sampson, Miles and other celebrities. The Admiral is in the carriage with Mayor Van Wyck."

Director: James H. White | Stars: George Dewey, Nelson Appleton Miles, William T. Sampson, Winfield S. Schley

Votes: 117

5. Admiral Sampson on Board the Flagship (1898)

Short, News, War

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New York City welcome to Sampson's fleet after the Battle of Santiago Bay.

Director: James H. White | Star: William T. Sampson

6. Cruiser New York (1898)

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"Grand Naval Review in New York Harbor, August 20, 1898, of the United States fleet, which destroyed the fleet of Spanish Admiral Cervera at Santiago, Cuba."

Star: William T. Sampson