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Copies of many of the early, silent films listed below are owned by the Rhode Island Historical Society and are in need of preservation. It was shot by the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1898.We're guessing it shows a Providence military unit marching in a Pittsburgh parade.If you know of one we've missed, drop us a line at [email protected] further information on film production in Rhode Island, see the Rhode Island Film and Television Office website. This silent, black-and-white short is perhaps the very earliest filmed record of anything connected with Rhode Island.Against a background of well defined clouds, the Light Boat is seen marking the finishing line in this great aquatic struggle.
This newsreel, photographed by Arthur Rossi, is exactly what the title states, and includes scenes of the dedication of the bridge on October 24, 1929. This is a tourism documentary shot by Arthur Rossi and produced by the State of Rhode Island.He demonstrates that one way of catching the wily parasite is to run barefoot through the grass.At least some of the scenes, probably those that feature views of the countryside, were shot in Johnston and Hope Valley.Columbia was designed and built by Bristol's Herreshoff Manufacturing Company.From the Edison catalog: "The decisive moment in the great International Yacht Races is shown in this picture.