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Marble Quarrying in Tennessee (1910)

Tennessee marble is famous the country over and there is a demand for it even in Europe, where the clean grained stone is much appreciated. This industrial tells, in remarkably clear ... See full summary »
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Tennessee marble is famous the country over and there is a demand for it even in Europe, where the clean grained stone is much appreciated. This industrial tells, in remarkably clear photography, the processes used in quarrying the stone. Intelligent captions explain the processes without delaying the movement of the film and add greatly to the interest of the spectator. An industrial always serves as a welcome interruption in the succession of dramatic stories, particularly when, as in the present instance, the subject possesses the artistic value of a scenic release. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 January 1910 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with The Flirto-Maniac (1910). See more »

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