SUMMARY From Maguire & Baucus catalogues: Shows a barn actually in flames, from which four horses and a burning wagon are rescued by firemen and stable hands. The scene is exciting, full of action from beginning to end, and all its details are clearly and sharply defined. Thick volumes of smoke pouring from the doors and windows of the stable add greatly to the realistic effect. From Edison films catalog: A burning wagon is dragged from the barn by the firemen, and four horses are rescued from the flames by the stablement. Thick volumes of smoke pour from doors and windows. 115 feet. 17.25. 50 feet. $7.50. CREATED/PUBLISHED United States : Edison Manufacturing Co., 1896. NOTES Copyright: Thomas A. Edison; 31Oct1896; 60143. Camera, William Heise. Filmed ca. late October 1896. Received: 5-13-1994; viewing print; preservation; Hendricks (Gordon) Collection. SUBJECTS Fires--United States. Fire fighters--United States. Stables--Fires and fire prevention--United States. Horses. Barns--Fires and fire prevention--United States. Stablehands--United States. Actuality RELATED NAMES White, James H. (James Henry), production. Heise, William, camera. Thomas A. Edison, Inc. Hendricks (Gordon) Collection (Library of Congress) DIGITAL ID edmp 4046 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mbrsmi/edmp.4046
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