1911-1920D.W. GriffithEpicSilentThe Birth of CinemaUSA

D.W. Griffith – Judith of Bethulia (1914)

Judith of Bethulia was a 1914 film and starred Blanche Sweet and Henry B. Walthall, and was produced and directed by D. W. Griffith in 1913. This was the first feature-length film made by pioneering film company Biograph, although the second that Biograph released. Shortly after its completion and a disagreement Griffith had with Biograph executives on making more future feature-length films, Griffith left Biograph, and took the entire stock company with him. Biograph delayed the picture’s release until 1914, after Griffith’s departure, so that it would not have to pay him in a profit-sharing agreement they had.

The audio track is muxed from the VHS version. So sorry about the fact that this 1080p version has a MP3 format audio track. The original 1080p WEB-DL version is downloaded from Library of Congress, with no audio track. And the restoration quality is not that good, though the video is in 1080p.

3.33GB | 1h 03m | 1920×1080 | mkv


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