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    Talking Very, Very Old Fire Movies

    A favorite subject of old B&W Silent films.........The Fire Department!

    Fire Boat 'Edwin S. Stewart' (1897)

    Fire Boat 'John M. Hutchinson' (1900)

    Fire Boat 'New Yorker', The (1899)

    Fire Department, New Haven, Conn. (1896)

    Fire Department, N.Y. City, 1st and 2nd Alarms (1896)

    Fire Department Rescue Drill (1899)

    Fire Drill at the Factory of Parke, Davis & Co. (1899)

    Fire Engine at Work (1896)

    Fire Engines at Work (1900)

    Fire Rescue Scene (1897)

    Fire Run (1897)

    Chicago Fire Run (1900)

    Detroit Fire Department (1899)

    English Fire Department Run (1899)

    Glasgow Fire Engine (1898)

    Hoboken Fire (1900/I)
    Hoboken Fire (1900/II)

    Fort Hill Fire Station (1897)

    Rochester Fire Department (1899)

    Stable on Fire (1896)

    Volunteer Fire Company, A (1899)
    ...aka 'Oceans' Fire Company (1903)

    Louisville Fire Department (1901)

    Kansas City Fire Department, Winners of the World's Championship at the Paris Exposition (1900/I)

    Kansas City Fire Department, Winners of the World's Championship at the Paris Exposition (1900/II)

    Kansas City Fire Department, Winners of the World's Championship at the Paris Exposition (1900/III)

    Kansas City Fire Department, Winners of the World's Championship at the Paris Exposition (1900/IV)

    Fighting the Fire (1896)

    Albany, N.Y., Fire Department (1901)

    Run of the Havana Fire Department (1898)

    Anyone have copies of these films? Gonzo?

    I do hope they are preserved somewhere....they are pieces of history!


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    Arrow DVD Available

    I've seen a DVD for sale on eBay that has several of those movies on the disc. I've been waiting to hear from someone that has a copy about the quality before I purcahse one. So, has anyone seen this?

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