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NYU helps recover Houdini film

  15.02.10 10:22am

“The Grim Game,” a 1919 silent film starring the famous illusionist Harry Houdini, was believed to be lost for about four decades. But thanks to a collaborative effort involving Turner Classic Movies and NYU’s Barbara Goldsmith Preservation and Conservation Department, the film has now been made available to the world again.

The story is here: http://www.nyunews.com/2015/02/09/nyu-helps-recover-houdini-film/