Archibald Clavering Gunter (novel)
Eugene Mullin (as Eugene Mullen)
Fergus Redmund (novel)
|Cast||Sidney Drew Edith Storey Charles Kent Mrs. Sidney Drew Ada Gifford Ethel Lloyd Lillian Burns Grace Stevens Allan Campbell Cortland Van Deusen Frank O'Neil|
|Plot||... see A Florida Enchantment on IMDb|
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|Lillian Travers, a New York heiress, pops down to Florida to surprise her fiance, Fred Cassadene, the house doctor at a prominent Saint Augustine hotel. The surprise, however, is Lillian's when she finds Fred in a series of compromising situations with a certain wealthy widow staying there. When she can take no more, Lillian discovers a box forgotten at an old curiosity shop in which lies a hundred year old secret: a vial of four rare and exotic African seeds that promises to transform whoever swallows one from a woman to a man or vice versa.|
Two original, scene-specific scores: a piano score compiled from period photoplay music, and a "Vitagraphic" organ score compiled from classical works as was heard at the Vitagraph Theatre premiere.
A Florida Re-enchantment: a short film shot on 35mm using an authentic silent-era camera on the very same locations as A Florida Enchantment, 94 years later.
Alternate ending: constructed using still images, this optional alternate ending shows the novel's radically different conclusion.
Restoration examples: a side-by-side comparison of scenes from the film in their original state and after having been restored, both digitally and by hand, by Harpodeon.
Stills & ephemera gallery: a collection of photographs and printed material, both period and modern, pertaining to A Florida Enchantment and its filming.
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