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Titanic Images - The Moving Picture News

Images pertaining to the Titanic disaster or its aftermath, published in The Moving Picture News, The Motion Picture News was an American film industry trade paper published from 1910 to 1930. 

Movie Poster Announcing the Release of Titanic Disaster Moving Picture from Animated Weekly Motion Picture Distributing & Sales Company.

Movie Poster Announcing the Release of Titanic Disaster Moving Picture from Animated Weekly Motion Picture Distributing & Sales Company. The Moving Picture News (20 April 1912) p. 2. GGA Image ID # 1013ccba64

The scene is from “The Easter Bonnet,” an Eclair comedy released April 25.

The scene is from “The Easter Bonnet,” an Eclair comedy released April 25. The Moving Picture News (20 Apriil 1912) p. 43. GGA Image ID # 100f271c70

Coverage of the Titanic Illustration from the Cover of the Moving Picture News.

Coverage of the Titanic Illustration from the Cover of the Moving Picture News. The Insert Text Reads: The Titanic: The Animated Weely's photographers were rushed to the scene in tugs immediately on receiving news of the disaster. The Moving Picture News (27 April 1912) Front Cover. GGA Image ID # 1013d586d2

Early 20th Century Cinematographer William H. Harbeck in a Characteristic Pose

Early 20th Century Cinematographer William H. Harbeck in a Characteristic Pose, The Moving Picture News (27 April 1912) p. 4. GGA Image ID # 1013be00d5

Miss Dorothy Gibson - a Survivor of the Titanic Wreck.

Miss Dorothy Gibson - a Survivor of the Titanic Wreck. The Moving Picture News (27 April 1912), p. 7. GGA Image ID # 100f23f403

The Only Original Titanic Disaster Slides.

The Only Original Titanic Disaster Slides. Copyrighted Authentic Views, 22 Colored Slides. Large Printed Posters. Advance Slides Free. Novelty Slide Co. New York. The Moving Picture News (27 April 1912), p. 38. GGA Image ID # 10aeabb258

The Entire World Wanted Moving Pictures of the Incidents Following the Terrible Titanic Disaster.

The Entire World Wanted Moving Pictures of the Incidents Following the Terrible Titanic Disaster. The Independents, through the Sales Co.'s Animated Weekly, are alone able to supply the demand. Our cameramen from a dozen ports started immediately in specially chartered tugs, our entire staff working day and night. Result. Exactly one week from the minute the vessel struck, the animated wreck special was shown to thousands in New York City at Weber's Theatre. The Metropolitan and public unite in acknowledging this, the most gigantic scoop the world has ever known. This is the only one -- others will come -- The most famous film in the whole world is on the alert in every part of the globe to picture current events for you, as it is the best in its line. Just so is the output of the Independent manufactures, is the Best -- whether it's comedy or drama. Get the independent through the best exhibitors and shown in the best theatres. They, of course, our independent too. The Moving Picture News (27 April 1912), p. 44. GGA Image ID # 10aef39f0a

Advertisement for Titanic Slides

Advertisement for Titanic Slides - the Most Realistic Slides on the Market, Great Sea Disaster, Beautifully Colored Slides, Elegant Special Lithos, in Colors. The Motion Picture News (4 May 1912) p. 23. GGA Image ID # 106133ce51

Theater Display for the Film Featuring Captain Smith of the RMS Titanic with 'Animated Weekly' Overlay

Theater Display for the Film Featuring Captain Smith of the RMS Titanic with 'Animated Weekly' Overlay. The Moving Picture News (4 May 1912) p. 26. GGA Image ID # 10615ab7da

Miss Dorothy Gibson Points to the Location Where the Titanic Sunk.

Miss Dorothy Gibson Points to the Location Where the Titanic Sunk. The Movie Picture News (4 May 1912) p. 27. GGA Image ID # 100f49bdd7

Saved from the Titanic - Eclair's World Sensation

Saved from the Titanic - Eclair's World Sensation Starring Miss Dorothy Gibson, a Survivor of the Sea's Greatest Disaster, Tells the Story of the Shipwreck, Supported by an All-Star Cast, on the Film Marvel of the Age. The Movie Picture News (4 May 1912) p. 30. GGA Image ID # 106190b16a

Advertisement for Titanic Disaster Slides

Advertisement for Titanic Disaster Slides. Special Lecture and Special Advertising Matter Free with Each Set. 1 Sheet—3 Sheets Heralds. Produced from Genuine Photographs Copyrighted by the National News Association of New York and Central Press Syndicate of London. The Movie Picture News (4 May 1912) p. 42. GGA Image ID # 1061aaa52e

Advertisement for Educational Lantern Slides of the Titanic from Riley Stereopticon and Slide Company

Advertisement for Educational Lantern Slides of the Titanic from Riley Stereopticon and Slide Company. We Have Just Completed a Good Set of Slides, about 25 or 30 in Number, Illustrative of Scenes Incident to the Sinking of the Titanic, Interior, Section Views, Etc., and Etc., Besides a Fine Picture of Her Leaving Belfast, and as Good Slides as Possible of the Sinking (From Drawings), Also about 10 or 15 of the Old Wrecks of the Past. The Movie Picture News (25 May 1912) p. 48. GGA Image ID # 1062688df1

A Scene from the Moving Picture The Perils of the Atlantic

A Scene from the Moving Picture The Perils of the Atlantic. The palm reader's gaze raised from the hand outstretched before her to the dark, troubled eyes of Mrs. Trevor. "A hand of which there is much to be said but which is not for me to tell," were her portentous words. The Moving Picture News (23 November 1912) p. 13. GGA Image ID # 10af3d7fae

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