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Sixty Years a Queen (1913)

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The life of Queen Victoria.

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Blanche Forsythe ...
Mrs. Henry Lytton ...
Queen Victoria (older) (as Mrs. Lytton)
Fred Paul ...
Roy Travers ...
Gilbert Esmond ...
E. Story Gofton ...
Rolf Leslie ...
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J. Hastings Batson
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The life of Queen Victoria.

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Early milestone of British film now lost
11 January 2003 | by (warwickshire, england) – See all my reviews

Produced and directed by silent movie pioneer, Will Barker, this was the first major picture to be produced at the legendary Ealing Studios, which he founded.

The film tells the life story of Queen Victoria, who reigned as queen of England 1837-1901.

Sadly, only a few second of film still exist. They depict the young queen being told of her accession to the throne and can be seen in the documentary, 'Forever Ealing'.


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