A Chess Dispute
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"A Chess Dispute" is an 1903 British short black-and-white silent comedy film, directed by Robert W. Paul, featuring two gentlemen in a comedic fight following a disputed chess move. It is included on the BFI DVD R.W. Paul: The Collected Films 1895-1908.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: Silent film
- genre: Silent film
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A Critical Guide by William B. Parrill
A Chess Dispute (UK ¡903) Prod R. W. Paul. 6Included in both The Movies Begin: and Early Cinema: Primitives and Pioneers (DVD). Leng about ¡ minute, ¡0 seconds. A Chess Dispute is a one-shot view from a fixed camera position.
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