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The Zeppelin's Last Raid (1917)

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The Zeppelin's Last Raid concerns the conflict of a youthful commander of a German airship engaged in bombing raids, whose sweetheart is a member of a rebel group working to overthrow the German Kaiser towards the end of World War One.

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The Zeppelin's Last Raid concerns the conflict of a youthful commander of a German airship engaged in bombing raids, whose sweetheart is a member of a rebel group working to overthrow the German Kaiser towards the end of World War One.

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The Zeppelin's Last Raid on a marquee
26 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie's title, a bit abbreviated, appears in a postcard photo from about 1917 showing a scene on South First Street in San Jose in which the T&D DeLuxe Theatre figures prominently. The reader board, which features changeable letters each outlined in light bulbs, reads, NOW THE ZEP'S LAST RAID There wasn't room on the sign to spell "zeppelin" in full.

The T&D DeLuxe Theatre was built in 1913. The Architects were William Binder and Earnest Curtis. The theatre was later known in the 1920s as the California, and then the Mission, a name which it retained until its 1953 demolition.


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