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Bride 13
Bride 13 Episode 9 Hurled from the clouds (1920 film poster).jpg
Film poster
Directed byRichard Stanton
Written byEdward Sedgwick
E. Lloyd Sheldon
Produced byWilliam Fox
StarringMarguerite Clayton
John B. O'Brien
Distributed byFox Film Corporation
Release date
  • September 10, 1920 (1920-09-10)
Running time
15 episodes
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)
Budget$1.25 million[1]

Bride 13 is a 1920 American thriller film serial directed by Richard Stanton, and the first film serial made by Fox. It is considered to be a lost film.[2] Bride 13 was promoted as romantic film.

Plot

A band of pirates operating from a submarine off the U.S. coast cause depredations, and thirteen young and beautiful brides from wealthy families disappear and are held for ransom for millions of dollars, requiring the assistance of the Department of Justice and the U.S. Navy.[1]

Cast

  • Marguerite Clayton as Bride 13
  • John B. O'Brien as Lt. Bob Norton
  • Gretchen Hartman as Zara
  • Arthur Earle
  • Lyster Chambers as Stephen Winthrop
  • Mary Christensen
  • Justine Holland as Bride 2
  • Dorothy Langley as Bride 1
  • Mary Ellen Capers as Bride 8
  • Martha McKay as Bride 5
  • Helen Johnson as Bride 6
  • Leona Clayton as Bride 4
  • Florence Mills as Bride 9
  • W. E. Lawrence (as William Lawrence)

Production

Aiming to give the American public a sense of the importance of its warships and their operations, the U.S. Navy assisted in the production of the film by making its ships available. In addition to film of warships underway, scenes were filmed on board the destroyer USS Breckinridge (DD-148) and submarine USS R-1, and on seaplanes from the squadron assigned to the USS Shawmut (CM-4).[1]

Promotion

From an ad for the film:

Do you want to be thrilled as you never have been thrilled since as a boy or girl you first read Jules Verne, Dumas, Poe or Conan Doyle?
If you do, don't miss the first or any succeeding episodes of BRIDE 13. Beginning with the abduction for ransom of wealthy brides by a cutthroat band of submarine pirates from Tripoli, carrying you from palatial homes to the sun-scorched sands of Northern Africa. Bride 13 piles crisis upon crisis, climax upon climax, thrill upon thrill.
Each episode leaves you feeling that you could not endure the excitement of another reel, yet in tremendous suspense to know what happens next.
So stupendous is the situation created by the plot of Bride 13 that it could only be solved by the most powerful actor in the world!
OUR NAVY, with its dreadnoughts, destroyers, submarines, seaplanes, blimps, officers and men, is one of the most important actors in Bride 13, through the special courtesy of the Government.
The fierce combats on sea and land, the pursuits by sea, air and land, and hundreds of other incidents are made absolutely realistic because enacted by genuine naval officers, sailors and marines."[3]

Chapter titles

  1. Snatched from the Altar
  2. The Pirate's Fangs
  3. The Craft of Despair#The Vulture's Prey
  4. The Torture Chamber
  5. The Tarantula's Trail
  6. Tongues of Flame
  7. Entombed
  8. Hurled from the Clouds
  9. The Cavern of Terror
  10. Greyhounds of the Sea
  11. The Creeping Peril
  12. Reefs of Treachery
  13. The Fiendish Tribesmen
  14. Thundering Vengeance

See also

References

This article cites public domain text published in 1920, as referenced below.

  1. ^ a b c "Bride 13 Is Initial Serial Made Under New Fox Policy; Production Started on Second Chapter Play: U.S. Battleships Are Big Factor in First Episode Picture". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 11 (7): 93. August 14, 1920.
  2. ^ "Progressive Silent Film List: Bride 13". silentera.com. Retrieved February 24, 2008.
  3. ^ "Bride 13 Do You Want to Live Again In The Land of Romance?". The Laurens Advertiser. Laurens, S.C. November 3, 1920. Retrieved March 10, 2015.

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