I came across this one in the March 1913 edition of Motion Picture Story. It caught my eye because of the tiger in the picture. Apparently this used to be posted on the Eastman site, but doesn't seem to be anymore, which is a shame, because I am fascinated when real animals are used in old film. From a review I read on IMDB, I think the film was a little different at the end. This story is very unbelievable, yet it's still enjoyable to read, and I like the written story better than the way the review described the film. I'll post the link and also pictures of the pages to be read. Oh, I forgot to mention that I decided to post about this because it was directed by Alice Guy-Blache.
http://archive.org/stream/motionpicture ... 3/mode/2up
Anything and everything silent photoplay!
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