Cupid Angling


Cupid Angling
Cupid Angling
Produced by Douglass National Color Film Company
Written by Leon F. Douglass
Starring Ruth Roland
Albert Morrison
Distributed by W. W. Hodkinson
Release date(s) September 9, 1918
Country  United States
Language Silent (English Intertitles)

Cupid Angling (1918) is a silent film, the fifth feature film photographed in color.[1]

The film was produced by Leon F. Douglass's National Color Film Company in the Lake Lagunitas area of Marin County, California, and was made in the Douglass Natural Color process, the only feature film made in this process. Douglass was also a partner in the founding of the Victor Talking Machine Company. The film stars Ruth Roland and Albert Morrison and has walk-on appearances by Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks.

Earlier color features are With Our King and Queen Through India (1912), The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1914), and Little Lord Fauntleroy (1914), all filmed in Kinemacolor, and The Gulf Between (1917), filmed in Technicolor.

This film is now considered a lost film.

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