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Nick Carter, le roi des détectives

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Nick Carter, le roi des détectives
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Directed byVictorin-Hippolyte Jasset
Produced byÉclair
Written byGeorges Hatot
StarringPierre Bressol
Release date
1908
Running time
6 episodes
CountryFrance
LanguageSilent

Nick Carter, le roi des détectives (1908) is a French silent serial film based on the popular American novels featuring master detective Nick Carter. It was written by Georges Hatot[1] and directed by Victorin-Hippolyte Jasset for the Éclair company. It was released in six episodes, each of which told a complete story, but their release was timed at approximately fortnightly intervals to create a sense of continuity with the audience. The stories were set in Paris.

Episodes

The episodes, their release dates, and length were as follows:[2]

  • Part 1. Le Guet-Apens (The Doctor's Rescue). 8 September 1908. 185 metres.
  • Part 2. L'Affaire des bijoux (The Jewel Affair). 22 September 1908. 218 metres.
  • Part 3. Les Faux Monnayeurs (False Coiners). 6 October 1908. 187 metres.
  • Part 4. Les Dévaliseurs de banque (The Bank Burglar). 20 October 1908. 150 metres.
  • Part 5. Les Empreintes (The Imprints). 27 October 1908.
  • Part 6. Les Bandits en noir (The Bandits in Evening Dress). 15 November 1908. 235 metres.

The success of the film led the company to make further Nick Carter adaptations in the following years, and there were also imitations made by other companies.

References

  1. ^ Dayna Oscherwitz and MaryEllen Higgins, The A-Z of French Cinema. Lanham, MD, Plymouth, GB: Scarecrow Press, 2007. pp. 202-203. [Retrieved 17 December 2017]
  2. ^ Jacques Deslandes. "Victorin-Hippolyte Jasset 1862-1913", in Anthologie du cinéma: supplement no.85 (Paris: Avant-Scène Cinéma, 1975) pp.252-255.

Further reading

  • Richard Abel. The Ciné Goes to Town: French Cinema 1896-1914. (Berkeley CA: University of California Press, 1998) pp. 195–198.

External links


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