Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”
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Publicity Stills From “A Girl Of The Bush”

c1921. Group of 22 silver gelatin photographs, most are annotated “Barrett Australian Productions” and captioned in negative, sizes from 18.2 x 14.7cm to 14.6 x 19.6cm. Minor creases, scuffs and silvering to the edges of some images.

A Girl of the Bush was a 1921 silent film directed by Franklyn Barrett. It is one of the few films from Barrett to survive in its entirety today. The plot involves a young woman, the manager of Kangaroo Flat Sheep Station, who is pursued by two men, one “evil” and one a “handsome surveyor.” The film was shot at Fremantle Station near Bathurst, NSW. Ref: Wiki.

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Item #CL169-113

Price (AUD): $1,850.00  Other currencies

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