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Trilby and Little Billee (1896)

"This is the studio scene from Du Maurier's celebrated novel 'Trilby,' in which Trilby is introduced sitting on a table, munching a cake and talking to Little Billee, who is seated near by,... See full summary »

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"This is the studio scene from Du Maurier's celebrated novel 'Trilby,' in which Trilby is introduced sitting on a table, munching a cake and talking to Little Billee, who is seated near by, his elbow resting on the table. Smoking, kissing and laughing make a lively scene." Written by AMB Picture Catalogue

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September 1896 (USA)  »

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Biograph production number 36. See more »

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