Scarce original 8 x 10" photograph showing Guinn Williams in a scene from the 1928 Silent Movie film Noah's Ark.
The film begins as showing a young American living in France suffers severe emotional trauma after joining the Army during the First World War. Eventually he gains enormous comfort after listening to a saintly old Minister relate the story of NOAH'S ARK & The Great Deluge, showing that the evils of the present day will also be washed away.
This movie epic is a wonderful viewing experience, with plenty of romance & excitement. Warner Brothers lavished a great deal of money on the film - and it shows. Produced right at the very cusp of the talkie era, this is a mostly silent film with some talkie sequences - which makes it quite fascinating from a technological point of view.
Photograph is stamped December 30th 1928 at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Item ID: 825
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