Thanhouser Classics Video Collectors Set
Thanhouser Company was acquired by the Mutual Film
Corporation in April, 1912, led by Charles J. Hite as its
new president. Hite retained the studio, stars, and reputation for quality during this era
of rapid market growth and key developments in the art, technique and business of cinema.
Rare Thanhouser films rediscovered for this collection include the landmark social-reform
feature, The Cry of the Children, plus a variety of
remarkable genre productions comedy, religious, drama.
Volume II includes five films produced under the Mutual banner, including a Princess Release featuring Muriel Ostriche:
Download film notes for Volumes I, II and III (booklet1-2-3.pdf 86KB )
Poster image courtesy of The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.