A Great Coup
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"A Great Coup" is a 1919 British silent sports film directed by George Dewhurst and Walter West and starring Stewart Rome, Poppy Wyndham and Gregory Scott. It was based on a novel by Nat Gould. The film is about a racehorse owner who decides to race his best horse in a major race meeting after his jockey is nobbled by the oppostiion.
- country: United Kingdom
- directors: George Dewhurst & Walter West
- genres: Sports, Silent film, Crime Fiction, Drama
- released in (95 years ago)
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by John McDonough, Karen Egolf
Among advertisers it was considered a great coup to illustrate an ad with photos of the actual product, especially when the product itself was an innovative one, such as the latest model of a domestic washing machine, icebox, or automobile.
History, Culture, and Peoples by Barry Pritzker
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