|Rip Van Winkle|
|Directed by||"W. J. Lincoln|
|Produced by||"William Gibson
|Based on||stage adaptation by "Joseph Jefferson and "Dion Boucicault
of story by "Washington Irving
|Distributed by||Tait's Pictures|
|6 April 1912 (Melbourne)|
It is considered a "lost film.
One reviewer said that star Arthur Styan "has figured in several of the previous productions of the Amalgamated Pictures Ltd., and who makes quite a success of this."
The film appears not to have been widely released. The Bendigo Advertiser said that "the famous story is most effectively explained in the picture production."
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