The Adventures of Dollie

The Adventures of Dollie is a 1908 American silent film directed by D.wikipedia
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It was Griffith's debut film as a director.
D. W. Griffith – The Adventures of Dollie

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The Adventures of Dollie is a 1908 American silent film directed by D. W. Griffith.
McCutcheon, Jr. did not bring the studio success; Biograph co-founder Harry Marvin gave Griffith the position, and he made the short The Adventures of Dollie.

Arthur V. Johnson

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The Adventures of Dollie (1908)

1908 in film

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July 14 - D. W. Griffith becomes a director at the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company in New York City. Between 1908 and 1913, Griffith will direct nearly 500 films starting with the release of The Adventures of Dollie.

D. W. Griffith filmography

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The Adventures of Dollie

Billy Bitzer

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Bitzer provided assistance during Griffith's directorial debut, 1908's The Adventures of Dollie, which was shot by Arthur Marvin.

Arthur Marvin

He shot 418 films between 1897 and 1911, including The Adventures of Dollie (1908), the directorial debut of D. W. Griffith, as well as other early Griffith shorts such as Pippa Passes in 1909.

Silent film

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The Adventures of Dollie is a 1908 American silent film directed by D. W. Griffith.

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A print of the film survives in the Library of Congress film archive.

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The film tells the story of a young girl who, after being kidnapped by a gypsy peddler, ends up trapped in a barrel as it floats downriver toward a waterfall.

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The film tells the story of a young girl who, after being kidnapped by a gypsy peddler, ends up trapped in a barrel as it floats downriver toward a waterfall.

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* The Adventures of Dollie on YouTube

January 1916

Died: Arthur V. Johnson, American actor and director, known for such films as The Sealed Room, The Unchanging Sea, The Adventures of Dollie, The Voice of the Violin (b. 1876); Marie Bracquemond, French artist, referred to as "les trois grandes dames" or "the three great women" of Impressionism (b. 1841)

Dollie

The Adventures of Dollie, a 1908 film by D.W Griffith

Rescued by Rover

Rescued by Rover has parallels with D. W. Griffith's debut film The Adventures of Dollie (1908).

The Fight for Freedom

The Fight for Freedom was released only three days after his first directorial film, The Adventures of Dollie and only three days before another film attributed to him, The Tavern Keeper's Daughter.

1916 in film

1916
January 17, Arthur V. Johnson, 39, American screen actor and director, The Sealed Room, The Unchanging Sea, The Adventures of Dollie, The Voice of the Violin, tuberculosis

Photoplay Productions

The Adventures of Dollie(1908) directed by D. W. Griffith starring Lillian and Dorothy Gish