The First Film Adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (1903) | Open Culture

The First Film Adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (1903) by Ted Mills (openculture.com)
Once lost, this eight minute, very damaged, but very delightful silent version of Alice in Wonderland was restored several years ago by the British Film Institute. It is the first film adaptation of the 1865 Lewis Carroll classic. And at the time, the original length of 12 minutes (eight are all that’s left) made it the longest film coming out of the nascent British film industry.

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Lost Bob Marley Tapes Are Restored After 40 Years in a Basement | The New York Times

Lost Bob Marley Tapes Are Restored After 40 Years in a Basement by Andrew R. Chow (nytimes.com)(10 hours 26 minutes 58 seconds)
The recordings, of concerts between 1974 and 1978, were found badly damaged in a London hotel and painstakingly restored.

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