The Aerial Submarine (1910)

UK,
600 feet
35mm film, black and white
silent

A British science fiction film directed by Walter R. Booth.

Plot Summary

Aerial use their advanced airship to torpedo a liner then travel to plunder its cargo of .

Credits

Crew
Director: Walter R. Booth
Kineto

Alternative Titles

Aerial Submarine: A Startling Forecast. Piracy in Sea and Air – 1918 re-release title

See also
Aerial Anarchists (1911)
The Airship Destroyer (1909)
Kaitei gunkan (1963)
Maitei jyakku (1968)

References

Periodicals

  • The Bioscope no.215 (24 November 1910) p.37 – review
  • Kinematograph Monthly Record no.33 (January 1915) p.104 – review

Books

  • Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Science Fiction by Phil Hardy (ed). p.40 – credits, review
  • The British Film Catalogue Volume 1 Fiction Film, 1895-1994 3rd Edition by Denis Gifford no.02692 p.94 – credits
  • Jules Verne on Film by Thomas C. Renzi pp.154-155; 188 – credits, notes
  • Horror and Science Fiction Films: A Checklist by Donald C. Willis p.18 – credits
  • by Walt Lee p.5 – credits
  • Vintage Science Fiction Films, 1896-1949 by Michael Benson p.132 – credits, note