The Fly (1913)
We have produced in remarkably clear detail every stage in the development of a fly, following which we have shown the terrible unsanitary conditions prevailing in a large city. For example, scenes showing garbage by the ton either lying or being dumped into the streets; women nursing babies practically on top of garbage heaps; children wallowing in prevailing squalor, and so forth. In the same connection we have produced a series of interesting scenes showing our dangerous and horribly unsanitary neighbor, the push cart peddler, and with flies swarming about his products which rapidly decompose by the fierce heat of the sun.- Written by Moving Picture World synopsis
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