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One of Britain's "most-wanted" lost films from the 1920s has turned up in a collection of old canisters rescued from a rural Dutch cinema, Amsterdam's EYE Film Institute said on Wednesday.This particular copy was shown in a cinema in Hattem near the central Dutch city of Zwolle between 1929-32, the EYE said.In 2012 a Dutch journalist brought them to the EYE in the Dutch capital.At its release the British press hailed it "as a triumph", a "classic" and a "masterpiece", the EYE added.
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