In the Days of Trajan (1913)

Short, Drama

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In the year 100 A.D., Trajanus was emperor of Rome. He was one of the great emperors of that period, and one of the great works by which he beautified Rome is known as the Column of Trajan.... See full summary »

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16 December 2017 | deickemeyer
The combatants were too few to make a good battle scene
Except for the battle scenes, which may be easily shortened or eliminated entirely, this is one of the best two-reel subjects the American Company has produced. The combatants were too few to make a good battle scene and the vision of the dead for some reason brought laughter. But in point of exquisite settings, good photography and pleasing characterizations, the production is very successful. The costuming is also excellent, dating back to 100 A.D. J. Warren Kerrigan has seldom appeared to better advantage than as Dacebalus. the Dacian, who was cast into the arena at the command of the Roman Emperor. The story is entertaining and in keeping with the period, the entire American company appearing. - The Moving Picture World, November 1, 1913

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Short | Drama


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27 October 1913



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