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Posted By: Eric Reeder on: 11/07/2005 13:53:26 EDT
Subject: RE: 1920's Version of CW Signals Re-enactment in the Movies, Securing Footage Of

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It was from Netflicks
It was a DVD with two other silent films entitled:

"Civil War Films of the Silent Era"

Here's the description...
Three Civil War films by legendary producer Thomas Ince, made nearly 50 years after the conflict's end, offer a unique look at the ravages of bloodshed. "The Drummer of the Eighth" (1913) focuses on a young boy who follows his brother into the Union Army. "The Coward" (1915) follows a young man as he confronts his fear of battle. "Granddad" (1913) chronicles the relationship between a Civil War veteran and his granddaughter.
2 of these films showed Signals.
"The Coward" and the "Drummerboy of the Eighth"

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