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The Bells (I) (1913)

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A murderer is haunted by the spirit of his victim.

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Edward P. Sullivan ...
Mathias
Irving Cummings ...
Christian
Gertrude Robinson ...
Annette
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Walter
Wilbur Hudson ...
Hans
James Ashley ...
Mesmerist
Irving Lewis ...
Polish Jew
Sue Balfour ...
Katherine
Margery Wheeler ...
Sozel
Irene Howley
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A murderer is haunted by the spirit of his victim.

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Short | Horror

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19 February 1913 (USA)  »

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Edgar Allan Poe and Oscar Apfel
17 September 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

A year before Oscar Apfel enlisted the talents of Cecil B. DeMille in 'The Squaw Man', he was plying his trade by adapting Edgar Allan Poe's work for the screen. D.W. Griffith did the same which meant that Poe created a vocabulary for the silver screen, even if he was not interesting reading.


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