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Where the Breakers Roar (1908)

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An early Biograph short in which two separate sequences of events collide and the leading man must save his lady from the villain. The first storyline involves a group of young adult ... See full summary »

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An early Biograph short in which two separate sequences of events collide and the leading man must save his lady from the villain. The first storyline involves a group of young adult beach-goers, particularly focusing on one couple in love. The other storyline involves a criminal who escapes from two policemen. The con eventually makes his way to the beach where the other group is frolicking. He takes the leading lady hostage out in a rowboat, and it is up to her man to save her. Written by bughouse

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The Trouble with Mack Sennett...
31 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

is that he was difficult to get on with. He wanted to earn his fortune out of silent comedies, and imposed himself upon Griffith to facilitate that process. He made it perfectly clear to the crew on this film what his reservations were about them.


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