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Chinese War Cruiser 'Hai-Chi' (1911)

In this subject, a series of views is given of the Chinese Cruiser "Hai-Chi," while she was lying in Charleston Harbor a few weeks ago. There are besides the view of the big ship herself, ... See full summary »

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In this subject, a series of views is given of the Chinese Cruiser "Hai-Chi," while she was lying in Charleston Harbor a few weeks ago. There are besides the view of the big ship herself, pictures showing the movements of her great guns, deck scenes, Chinese Sailors, Chinese band playing American airs, ship's mascot, a fine Angora cat, Sir Thomas, and other interesting views, making a highly attractive and novel subject. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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18 December 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Released as a split reel along with the drama The Girl and the Half-Back (1911). See more »

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