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The Real Thing at Last (1916)

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A satire on American films, in which Shakespeare's Macbeth is performed as it might be imagined performed in an American film. (The film was prepared as part of a live benefit for the YMCA ... See full summary »

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Rupert K. Thunder / Macbeth
Nelson Keys ...
Godfrey Tearle ...
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Norman Forbes ...
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George Kelly ...
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A satire on American films, in which Shakespeare's Macbeth is performed as it might be imagined performed in an American film. (The film was prepared as part of a live benefit for the YMCA attended by the British royal family. Edmund Gwenn (QV) appeared onstage but not on film as the American producer.) Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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