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Mardi Gras Parade (1902)

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Movie & Studio Info: More information about Mardi Gras Parade visit the World Movie Database Release Info:
Genre(s):
Documentary | Louisiana | Mardi Gras | Short | Silent
Production - Distribution - Suppliers:
Distribution: Selig Polyscope Co. [US]
Production: Selig Polyscope Co. [US]
 
Country of Origin:
United States
Release History (and aka's):
Mardi Gras Parade  (1902) This is the original release of this movie
Cast Info: Misc Info and Trivia
No cast information available.
200 feet in length; From AFI: "For many years the Mardi Gras held annually in New Orleans has formed articles for numerous magazines and newspapers. The celebration is unique--unknown to any other state--and has made the City of New Orleans famous throughout the world, as it is attended annually by thousands of spectators from all over the country and the demand for moving picture films which would fittingly portray this celebration has been universal. We obtained last year special permits from the Mayor of New Orleans which enabled our artist to reproduce the principal scenes for the benefit of our customers." This writeup was on all 5 Selig films released from New Orleans in 1902
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