The Immortal Alamo (1911)

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    • The Immortal Alamo (1911)

      THE IMMORTAL ALAMO

      DIRECTED BY WILLIAM F. HADDOCK
      PRODUCED BY GASTON MELIES
      GEORGES MELIES/ STAR FILM COMPANY
      GENERAL FILM COMPANY


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      Information from IMDb

      Full Cast
      Francis Ford ... Navarre
      Edith Storey ... Lucy Dickenson
      William Clifford ... Travis
      William A. Carroll ... Lieutenant Dickenson
      Gaston Méliès ... Padre
      Bertram Bracken
      Mildred Bracken
      Ben Cooper
      Jeb Cooper
      Frank Fernandez Jr.
      Joseph Flores
      Eugene Flournoy
      'Big Bill' Giddinger
      Joseph Karle
      Harry Knight
      Otto Meyer (as Otis Meyer)
      Fanny Midgley (as Fannie Midgely)
      Anne Nichols (as Anna Nichols)
      John Ortega
      Donald Pecock ... Baby
      Evelyn Selbie
      Henry Stanley
      Richard Stanton
      Sam Weil

      Cinematography
      William 'Daddy' Paley

      Trivia
      No copy of this film is known to exist. Please check your attic.

      Filming Locations
      Hot Wells, Texas, USA
      San Antonio, Texas, USA

      The Immortal Alamo was an American silent film produced by Star Film Company,
      directed by Gaston Melies, and released on May 25, 1911.
      The Immortal Alamo is the earliest film version of the events surrounding
      the 1836 Battle of the Alamo.

      No known copies of the film exist today, and it is considered to be a lost film.

      The film was directed by William F. Haddock, and starred Francis Ford, Edith Storey,
      William A. Carroll, and William Clifford.
      Although her role was minor, it was the first film in which Fanny Midgley appeared.
      The film was shot in San Antonio, Texas and on location at the Alamo.
      One hundred cadets from the Peacock Military Academy portrayed the Mexican Army.
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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