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Monday, January 15, 2018

Georgia Rose (1930) [Lost Film]

This picture was filmed by Harry Gant, former cameraman with the Lincoln Motion Picture Company. This story is about a minister's attempt to move his flock and daughter from Georgia to better farming land in the Midwest. While boarding up with a family, the minister's daughter is smitten by the love bug and led to corruption by her new lover's brother. Of course, she is saved in the nick of time by her new lover and forgiven by her father. 

**This film is considered lost until notified otherwise**


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