At the New Gallery Kinema, Regent Street, recently a private view was given of the film entitled 'Sixty Years a Queen,' an all-British production illustrating the life of Queen Victoria. Mr. W. Barker, principal of the Barker Motion Photography (Limited), the producers of the film, explained the difficulties in preparing the over two hours film. The success of this enterprise of the Barker Motion Photography (Limited) is claimed as evidence that England has at last reached the front rank among the world's film manufacturers.
Queen Victoria's Life on the Cinematograph
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