On 9th of April 1914, ‘World, The Flesh and The Devil, premièred at the Holborn Empire, High Holborn, London, as part of a Kinemacolor season. It was one of the first full-colour feature films, preceded by With Our King and Queen Through India released in February 1912, and The Miracle in December 1912.
This British film, now considered ‘lost’, was a silent drama.
|The World, The Flesh and the Devil|
|Directed by||F. Martin Thornton|
|Written by||Laurence Cowen|
|Produced by||Charles Urban|
Stella St. Audrie
|Distributed by||Natural Colour Kinematograph|
|Release date||9 April 1914|
|Running time||50 minutes|
Not to be confused with the 1959 movie of the same name.
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