A Night of Terror
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- "A Night of Terror" is a 1911 American silent film comedy directed by Edwin S. Porter. The film is one of the earliest comedies produced by Thomas Edison. It was released by Edison Manufacturing Company as a split reel with the film The Old Family Bible.
- country: United States of America
- genre: Comedy
- released on (103 years ago)
- "A Night of Terror": Determined to get control of Aluminum Products Company, racketeers plan to cripple Home Electric, the company supplying them with power. Britt Reid, investigating complaints, visits the plant as The Green Hornet and finds two racketeers about to wreck the plant. The Hornet convinces the racketeers that he, too, wants to destroy the plant, and tricks them into believing he has lighted a fuse attached to powerful explosives. Then, under threat of the impending blast, attempts to force them to name their leader.
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