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Aerial Anarchists

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Director    Walter R Booth
Duration  
Genre  Short, Drama
Producer  Charles Urban
Country  United Kingdom
Language  Silent filmEnglish intertitles
Release date  19 October 1911 (1911-10-19)
Genres  Science Fiction, Silent film, Short Film, Indie film, Black-and-white
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Aerial Anarchists is a 1911 British silent science fiction film directed by Walter R. Booth.

It is the third and final film in Booth's science fiction series seeking to present a picture of futuristic aerial warfare. It followed on from Aerial Torpedo and Aerial Submarine and is the first real science fiction series made in the United Kingdom. The story focuses on an attack against London by a fleet of airships from an unknown country.

It has been suggested by sources including www.silentsf.com that this film is based upon the E. Douglas Fawcett novel Hartmann the Anarchist

Plot

There is currently no known surviving footage of this film and all information is based upon the original catalog synopsis. The film contains scenes of a bombing and its aftermath throughout London and features prominently the bombing of St. Paul's Cathedral and a railway disaster in which a train is seen to leap into a chasm.

References

Aerial Anarchists Wikipedia
Aerial Anarchists IMDb


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