The Horse Shoer's Girl (1910)

Comedy | 30 August 1910

Director:

Joseph A. Golden

Production Company:

The Powers Co.
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HISTORY

The 10 Sep 1910 Moving Picture World, using the title The Horseshoer’s Girl, ran the following review: “Another hot weather comedy, having no other purpose than the amusement of the audience. It presents no troublesome social question, and offers no suggestion for the correction of abuses. It is comedy, and comedy only.”
       This film shared a split-reel with The Burlesque Queen (1910, see entry). The film’s release was erroneously cited as 20 Aug 1910 in MPW ... More Less

The 10 Sep 1910 Moving Picture World, using the title The Horseshoer’s Girl, ran the following review: “Another hot weather comedy, having no other purpose than the amusement of the audience. It presents no troublesome social question, and offers no suggestion for the correction of abuses. It is comedy, and comedy only.”
       This film shared a split-reel with The Burlesque Queen (1910, see entry). The film’s release was erroneously cited as 20 Aug 1910 in MPW ta. More Less

GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Moving Picture News
3 Sep 1910
p. 17tl[EMP].
Moving Picture News
10 Sep 1910
p. 8tr, 14tl.
Moving Picture World
23 Apr 1910
p. 636-637.
Moving Picture World
27 Aug 1910
p. 447ta.
Moving Picture World
3 Sep 1910
p. 544tl.
Moving Picture World
10 Sep 1910
p. 575tr, 601tl[EMP].
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DETAILS
Alternate Title:
The Horseshoer’s Girl
Release Date:
30 August 1910
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
578
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
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Genre:


Subject
Subject (Major):

Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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