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Fighting Death (1914)

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Movie & Studio Info: More information about Fighting Death visit the World Movie Database Release Info:
Drama | Silent
Production - Distribution - Suppliers:
Production: Solax Film Company [US]
Country of Origin:
United States
Release History (and aka's):
Fighting Death  (1914) This is the original release of this movie This release of the movie has posters in the database
Cast Info: Misc Info and Trivia
Name Character
Herbert Blache  
TRIVIA: Rodman "Daredevil" Law was a pioneering parachute performer whose feats of daring included a leap from the top of the Statue of Liberty, a jump from an airplane at 6,000 feet, and an attempt to ride a skyrocket over the Jersey marshes (rather than taking off, the skyrocket exploded, flinging Law quite a distance, but injuring him only slightly). Law made four films between 1912 and 1914, with this marking his last silver screen appearance. He died at the age of 34, in 1919, of tuberculosis.
ALSO Herbert Blache was the husband of - Alice Guy! (yes, the same Alice Guy that was Gaumont's secretary in France that first invented telling stories on film: the first woman director; and the first woman to own a movie studios [Solax].
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  One Sheet (1914)
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