1913 in film
The year 1913 in film involved some significant events.
Wibbel the Tailor (play)
Wibbel the Tailor (German:Schneider Wibbel) is a comedy play by the German writer Hans Müller-Schlösser which was first performed in 1913. The plot was loosely based on a real story, but Müller-Schlös...
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The Fraud of Feminism
Ernest Belfort Bax (/bæks/; 23 July 1854 – 26 November 1926) was a noted English barrister, journalist, philosopher, men's rights advocate, socialist, and historian.
Ernest Belfort Bax was born on...
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Now Is the Hour
"Now Is the Hour" is a popular song, though often erroneously described as a traditional Māori song. It is usually credited to Clement Scott (music) and Maewa Kaihau & Dorothy Stewart (arrangement...
General John Regan (play)
General John Regan is a comedy play by the Irish writer George A. Birmingham. A confidence trickster convinces a small Irish town that a statue ought to be erected to one of its natives who is claimed...
Die ideale Gattin
Der Göttergatte (The Divine Husband) is an operetta, originally with a prelude and two acts, by composer Franz Lehár. It used a German language libretto by Viktor Léon and Leo Stein, and premiered on ...
The Google Book
The Google Book (ISBN 0192797352) was written by economist Vincent Cartwright Vickers in 1913 and is said to be a kind of children's monster book about a monster called Google that can howl. The book ...
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The Fair at Sorochyntsi
The Fair at Sorochyntsi (Russian: Сорочинская ярмарка, Sorochinskaya yarmarka, Sorochyntsi Fair) is a comic opera in three acts by Modest Mussorgsky, composed between 1874 and 1880 in St. Petersb...
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Seven Keys to Baldpate (play)
Seven Keys to Baldpate is a 1913 play by George M. Cohan based on a novel by Earl Derr Biggers. The dramatization was one of Cohan's most innovative plays. It baffled some audiences and critics but be...
Brouillards
Brouillards or "Mists" or "Fog" is the first prelude of Claude Debussy's second set of preludes. It can be considered as the most harmonically complex of the entire series of preludes, hinting at poly...
The Horror of the Heights
"The Horror of the Heights" is a short story by Arthur Conan Doyle. It was first published in Strand Magazine in 1913.
The story is told through a blood-stained notebook discovered on the edge of ...
Julien (opera)
Julien, ou La vie du poète (Julien, or The Poet’s Life) is a poème lyrique or opera by composer Gustave Charpentier. The work is devised in a prologue and four acts and uses a French libretto by the c...
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Vilabertran (Dalí)
Vilabertran (1913) is a painting by the Spanish Surrealist artist Salvador Dalí. This is among Dalí's earliest works, having been painted when he was about nine years old. It is a landscape painting f...
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Are You There?
Are You There? is a "farcical musical play in two acts" composed by Ruggero Leoncavallo (with interpolations by Lewis F. Muir) with a book by Albert de Courville and lyrics by Edgar Wallace. It prem...
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Bicycle Wheel
Bicycle Wheel is a readymade by Marcel Duchamp consisting of a bicycle fork with front wheel mounted upside-down on a wooden stool.In 1913 at his Paris studio he mounted the bicycle wheel upside down ...
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