Documentary 5min

Sunday School Parade (1899)

Not rated.

Facts
Director Frederick S. Armitage
Country United States
Language English
Titles
(Alternative) Panoramic View of Sunday School Parade
Production
Distribution
Categories
Actuality Film Black and White Documentary New York Parade People Short Silent Film Sunday School
Description

These are two scenes that are given two separate numbers in the Biograph and Mutoscope Catalog, number 1043 and 1043, but they are both about the same event in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York. In the catalog, they have the same name, but in the picture catalog they have the other is named "Panoramic View of Sunday School Parade".

Sunday School Parade
"This is an annual event of great interest to the Sunday school children of the City of Churches. Our picture shows the little tots all dressed in their Sunday best, marching across the lawn." - Biograph and Mutoscope catalog
Panoramic View of Sunday School Parade
"A sweeping view of a great assemblage of Sunday school children in Prospect Park, made by turning the camera on its axis." - Biograph and Mutoscope catalog
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Cast
Unavailbale.
Crew
Frederick S. Armitage - Director