The Gray Nun of Belgium
|The Gray Nun of Belgium|
|Directed by||Francis Powers|
|Produced by||Frank Joslyn Baum
P. Sumner Brown
|Written by||Frank Joslyn Baum
(or possibly L. Frank Baum)
|Dramatic Feature Films|
|Distributed by||Alliance Films Corporation (announced)|
|Release date(s)||April 26, 1915(announced)|
Despite the advertising in Motion Picture News announcing its release date, Katharine Rogers, in L. Frank Baum: Creator of Oz, believes that Alliance found the film inferior and refused to distribute it. The exhibition copy, which may have been a work print, may have been the only copy ever struck. Baum himself thought that exchanges and exhibitors dismissed the film "rather arbitrarily" based on the Oz Company name.
- Frank Baum, "The Oz Film Co. Was Unable to Turn the Wonderful Oz Books into Profitable Movies." Films in Review, August-September, 1956.
- Richard Mills and David L. Greene. "The Oz Film Manufacturing Company." The Baum Bugle. Autumn 1973.
- Katharine M. Rogers. L. Frank Baum: Creator of Oz. HarperCollins, 2004.
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