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In Prehistoric Days  (Brute Force)         
Description: Brute Force [a.k.a. Primitive Man] (1914) is a short silent drama film directed by D. W. Griffith, and starring Robert Harron and Mae Marsh. The film was shot in Chatsworth Park, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California. It is a story of cavemen and dinosaurs, and perhaps the first live-action dinosaur film. A primitive tribe are attacked by apemen and menaced by various prehistoric monsters
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Clip #: SF-5A
Length: 29:55
Year: 1914
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1910s
Filmmaker: D.W. Griffith
Original: 35mm
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aka Brute Force

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