Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

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Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostFri Aug 15, 2008 6:37 am

I know this silent western, directed by celebrated Oklahoma peace officer William Tilghman, survives in private hands. A professional writer I used to know had a copy on vhs. I watched some of it at his house one day in 1995. He won't tell me where or how he got it.

I'd like to get a DVD-R of this silent western.

Can anyone help?

Richard

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Passing Of The Oklahoma Outlaws (1915)

PostSat Dec 06, 2008 5:27 pm

I have a copy of the Passing Of The Oklahoma Outlaws (1915). I have another Oklahoma film that you might be interested in too: The Bank Robbery (1908). Do you have a list of films to trade or do you want to purchase the film ?
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PostSun Jul 19, 2009 9:08 pm

The Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws was preserved by the LOC in fragmentary form.

The Bank Robbery was a paper print copy.
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostTue Jan 03, 2012 4:55 pm

I would like copies of both of those movies if you still have them. I have all kinds of movies to trade, don't know what you're looking for or want, but I might have it. How much would you like for copies if I don't have anything you like?

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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostTue Jan 03, 2012 9:26 pm

I'm also interested in 'Both' Films, to 'Trade,' or 'Buy.' Please eMail Me @: [email protected]/
Thanx,
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostFri Apr 19, 2013 8:53 pm

Whoever has a copy of this movie: What would the cost of a DVD or this movie be? Also, does anyone know it a film titled, "A debtor to the Law" is available? It features Henry Starr and was made in 1919-1920. Thanks
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostTue Apr 23, 2013 8:49 pm

Preservation of this film by LoC was funded by the National Film Preservation Foundation. It's of historical interest for the reason you know but unless another source copy has turned up, the original was not only incomplete but also in decomposed and otherwise terrible condition.

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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostTue Apr 23, 2013 9:05 pm

Were you referring to passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws or A debtor to the law, when you stated that it was in horrible condition? I am interested in both films. I read a post on IMDb which said that their local museum sold copies to the passing of the oklahoma outlaw, but I could not contact her. Don't know any more details. Thanks
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostThu Mar 12, 2015 12:38 am

Hi,
I have a copy please advice if you still need it?
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostMon Mar 16, 2015 2:07 pm

I would love a copy, how can I get a copy from you?
Thank you
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostTue May 05, 2015 1:36 pm

I'd very much like a copy myself. Cn you pass on the details in obtaining a copy from you?

Thanks much,
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostMon Jan 30, 2017 12:59 pm

Hello Roddy, Graywolf64, and others

Did you ever get a copy of either A Debtor to the Law or Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws?

If so, can you direct me to how I can get a DVD copy?

Thanks,
Mark
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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostMon Jan 30, 2017 2:07 pm

While we're on the topic of Oklahoma...

A couple of months ago I was looking through some of my books, and was chagrined to discover that I had accidentally bought copies of both the paperback and the hardcover editions of The Autobiography of Will Rogers. Then I glanced inside the hardcover version and was very surprised to find the title page included this proclamation: "Oklahoma edition".

I had no idea a separate edition had been published for Rogers' home state. I wonder if it is worth anything? Does anyone know the background of this edition?

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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostMon Jan 30, 2017 2:25 pm

Jim Roots wrote:While we're on the topic of Oklahoma...

A couple of months ago I was looking through some of my books, and was chagrined to discover that I had accidentally bought copies of both the paperback and the hardcover editions of The Autobiography of Will Rogers. Then I glanced inside the hardcover version and was very surprised to find the title page included this proclamation: "Oklahoma edition".

I had no idea a separate edition had been published for Rogers' home state. I wonder if it is worth anything? Does anyone know the background of this edition?

Jim


I did a search on a site and included "oklahoma" as a key word.
That brought up a few listing for a couple of bucks to about 28:
http://www.biblio.com/search.php?author ... =pricedesc

If you remove the word Oklahoma, you'll see lots more listed, some at much higher prices.

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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostMon Jan 30, 2017 3:35 pm

Rick Lanham wrote:
Jim Roots wrote:While we're on the topic of Oklahoma...

A couple of months ago I was looking through some of my books, and was chagrined to discover that I had accidentally bought copies of both the paperback and the hardcover editions of The Autobiography of Will Rogers. Then I glanced inside the hardcover version and was very surprised to find the title page included this proclamation: "Oklahoma edition".

I had no idea a separate edition had been published for Rogers' home state. I wonder if it is worth anything? Does anyone know the background of this edition?

Jim


I did a search on a site and included "oklahoma" as a key word.
That brought up a few listing for a couple of bucks to about 28:
http://www.biblio.com/search.php?author ... =pricedesc" target="_blank

If you remove the word Oklahoma, you'll see lots more listed, some at much higher prices.

Rick


I would have expected the Oklahoma edition to have been a limited print run and therefore a bit more valuable than the regular first edition version. Odd!

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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostMon Jan 30, 2017 8:29 pm

There is an excerpt on YouTube:

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Re: Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws (1915) ?

PostTue Jan 31, 2017 10:37 am

SilentButDeadly wrote:Hello Roddy, Graywolf64, and others

Did you ever get a copy of either A Debtor to the Law or Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws?

If so, can you direct me to how I can get a DVD copy?

Thanks,
Mark
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Still haven't found "A Debtor to the Law" but you can find "Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws" on a DVD called "Treasures 5 The West", along with some other silent westerns and other stuff. I've tried attaching a copy of the existing full movie, which isn't a very big file,16 MB, but for some reason it won't let me.

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