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A Message from Mars (1913 film)

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Directed by  J. Wallett Waller
Release date  July 1913
Initial release  July 1913
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Produced by  Nicholas Ormsby-Scott
Running time  68 minutes
Director  Wallett Waller
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Based on  play A Message From Mars by Richard Ganthony
Production company  United Kingdom Photoplays
Cast  Charles Hawtrey, E. Holman Clark, Hubert Willis, Frank Hector, Crissie Bell
Written by  Richard Ganthony, Wallett Waller
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A Message From Mars (1913) is a British science fiction film. In September 2014, the British Film Institute announced that they were putting the restored feature film online on their website.

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The restored version is longer, and restores the original tinting and toning of the film. According to the BFI website, the plot (see below) is very similar to that of the Charles Dickens novella A Christmas Carol.

Plot

Horace Parker (Hawtrey) is a wealthy young man who is exceedingly selfish and self-centered. Not only is he a miser, but he also expects his friends (and everyone else) to conduct their lives according to his personal convenience.

Parker is engaged to Minnie Templer (Bell), but Minnie has discovered Parker's selfishness and she is on the brink of calling off the engagement.

However, on Christmas Eve, a messenger from Mars comes to Earth to show Parker the error of his ways. The two of them become invisible and eavesdrop on all the terrible—and true—things Parker's friends and family are saying about him.

Cast

  • Charles Hawtrey as Horace Parker
  • E. Holman Clark as Ramiel
  • Crissie Bell as Minnie Templer
  • Frank Hector as Arthur Dicey
  • Hubert Willis as a tramp
  • Kate Tyndale as Aunt Martha
  • Evelyn Beaumont as Bella
  • Eileen Temple as Mrs. Claremce
  • R. Crompton as the God of Mars
  • B. Stanmore as the wounded man
  • Tonie Reith as the wounded man’s wife
  • Taglines

    "A fantastical photo-drama, in four parts."

    References

    A Message from Mars (1913 film) Wikipedia


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