Artful Athletics (1913) - Watch Online. Directed by Walter R. Booth

Genres Short    
Country UK
Language English
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  • diabolic Sims: Movie - Artful Athletics (1913)

    Said to be cool Artful Athletics movie. Movie Premier in 1913. Color Info: Black and White ... Sound Mix: Kinoplasticon. In movie have been taken: Walter R. Booth (director) Death Notes:Birmingham, England, UK Birth Notes:Worcester, Worcestershire, England, UK Death Date:1938 Birth ...

  • Artful Athletics (1913) - IMDb

    Directed by Walter R. Booth. Impossible athletics synchronised to a gramophone record.

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