Uncle Tom's Cabin (1910) Poster

(II) (1910)

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They will know what the Civil War meant
deickemeyer1 August 2015
An attempt to reproduce in one film a reasonably accurate condensation of this novel. It is needless to go over the story; every one knows it, either by reading, or by hearing about it from others, and as one scene after another passes before one on the screen the memory reverts to those other days when all this was true, now, happily, gone forever. It is well, however, to reproduce in this graphic form some of the horrors which were Formerly perpetrated in the sale and cruel treatment of slaves, that the younger people may become acquainted with what occurred for many years in the South. They will know what the Civil War meant, and will realize why it was necessary to shed so much blood and spend so much money to save the Union, - The Moving Picture World, August 6, 1910
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