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form y separately published work icon The Taking of Stingaree single work   film/TV  
Adaptation of The Taking of Stingaree E. W. Hornung , 1926 single work short story
Issue Details: First known date: 1915... 1915 The Taking of Stingaree
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      United States of America (USA),
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      Americas,
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      Kalem Company ,
      1915 .
      Extent: Two reelsp.
      Description: Silent; black-and-white
      Series: form y separately published work icon Stingaree James W. Horne , United States of America (USA) : Kalem Company , 1915-1916 7853765 1915 series - publisher film/TV

      A film serial, Stingaree ran to twelve episodes, each released independently at weekly intervals.

      Each episode is individually indexed on AustLit.

      Overall, the story followed wealthy Englishman Irving Randolph, whose greedy brother grasped the opportunity to denounce him when he accidentally killed a man in a shooting competition. Randolph flees to Australia, where he becomes the Robin Hood-style bandit 'Stingaree', assisted by his sweetheart Ethel and his partner Howie.

      The series was followed by The Further Adventures of Stingaree in 1917.

      Number in series: 1.06
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    Australia,
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