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The stage crew and most of the supporting cast and extras (around 200 people) were at the West Lodge studio by c.9.00am on 9 February (a late winter's day in England), the leading actors arriving later. Filming started around midday and lasted for four to five hours, with one rehearsal for each of the five scenes shot, finishing in the early afternoon. The completed film was taken to Barker Motion Photography's office in Soho Square, London, developed, edited and tinted. The print was shown at His Majesty's Theatre to Herbert Beerbohm Tree
and the leading actors (if not all of the cast who could be there) at midnight the same day. See more
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