Elusive Isabel (1916) Poster

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A must see film!
twin6steve22 December 2015
Would love to see this movie, the first in history to mention and have Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles! It's a great novel of the same name and was directed by Stuart Paton, who directed 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea in 1920. Again, a first in extensive use of underwater cameras.

I recommend first reading Elusive Isabel, by Jaques Futrelle before seeing this movie. Actually any of the many mysteries written by him are each polished gems. I am so glad he wrote as many mysteries as he did - before his untimely death. Lost at sea in 1912 on the Titanic, of all places.
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