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Old 23-04-2015, 04:13 PM   #743
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An unseen enemy ..
A physician's darth orphans his two adolescent daughters.. Their older brother is able to convert some of the doctor's small estate to cash.. It is late in the day, and with the banks closed he stores the money in his father's household safe.. The slatternly housekeeper, aware of the money, enlists a criminal acquaintance to help crack the safe..The film was shot in Fort Lee, New Jersey where early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based at the beginning of the 20th century..Release dates September 9, 1912..Music by Robert Israel..Language Silent...

Gory Hole...

1-At Indianapolis, entrepreneur Carl G. Fisher, President of the Prest-O-Lite Company and founder of the Indianapolis 500 race, hosted a dinner for his colleagues in the automotive industry and unveiled his plans for the Lincoln Highway-Born: Bernard Sarnat, American plastic surgeon and developer of craniofacial surgery techniques, in Chicago (d. 2011)/2-The first Calgary Stampede was held, lasting for 6 days, running for 6 days and attracting 80,000 people-U.S. President Taft signed an Executive Order establishing the first "Naval Petroleum Reserve" to be used for the U.S. Navy in the event of war\3-Arnold Schoenberg's Opus No. 16, composed in 1909 and entitled Five Orchestral Pieces (Fünf Orchesterstücke), was given its first public performance-Sir Henry Wood conducted the premiere at the Queen's Hall in London-Sheik Shawish was arrested in Cairo on charges of conspiracy against Lord Kitchener and the Khedive/4 -Albanian Revolt of 1912 ended, as the Ottoman Empire agreed to the demands of Albanian rebels in its Montenegro province-14 people were killed in a coal mine explosion at the Clarence Coal Company at Pas de Calais, France-London, 22 were injured in a tube collision on the Piccadilly line, the first ever such accident on London's underground\5-A ship, bringing the monument to commemorate the French victory of Napoleon over the Russians at Borodino, sank, killing all on board-15 Christians were massacred by the Turks at Heimeli, near Scutari/6-Roland Garros of France broke the record for altitude in an airplane, reaching 16,405 feet at Houlgate, near Trouville\7-Playing at the Chicago Golf Club in Wheaton, Illinois, Jerome Travers won the US golf championship for the third time-French Army troops, led by Colonel Mangin rescued 9 French civilians who had been taken hostage by Moroccan pretender El Hiba at Marrakesh, but El Hiba himself escaped, setting the stage for a final battle later/8-Motorcyclist Eddie Hasha lost control of his bike during a race at the Newark Motordrome in Newark, New Jersey, killing himself, 6 spectators and another racer, John Albright.. Another 17 people in the crowd were injured..On the same day,4 spectators were killed and almost 20 injured when Pierre Biard lost control of his airplane and plowed into the crowd at an air meet in Gray, Haute-Saône, France\9-A new comet was discovered by Australian astronomer Walter F. Gale-In Athens, mass demonstrations demanded the liberation of all Greeks from Ottoman rule/10-A bomb explosion at a market at the Macedonian town of Doiran, near Salonika, killed 20 and injured 30\11-Italo-Turkish War: Italian Army Captain Riccardo Moizo became the first pilot to become a prisoner of war after his Nieuport airplane was forced to land at Azizia in Libya-Dathed Etta Duryea Johnson, 31, white wife of African-American boxing champion Jack Johnson, by suicide-Born Robin Jenkins, Scottish novelist, in Cambuslang (d. 2005)... are times when I...I look at people and I see nothing worth liking..Uhhhh, maybe it'll change..Hallelujah!.Praise the Lord!..Praise the Lord in her holy name!..

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