Documentary 1min

General Booth (1902)

Not rated.

Facts
Country United States
Language English
Titles
(Alternative) Gen. Booth Reviewing Salvation Army
Production
Distribution
Categories
Actuality Film Black and White Documentary New York Salvation Army Short Silent Film William Booth
Description

The venerable Commander-in-Chief of the Salvation Army reviewing the New York City battalion from the veranda of the National American Headquarters in 14th Street.

The film was 145 feet long and was number 2250 in the Mutoscope and Biograph picture catalog.

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Cast
William Booth - Self
Crew
Robert K. Bonine - Cinematography