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The Carpet from Bagdad
The Carpet from Bagdad
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Wheeler Oakman, Kathlyn Williams and Charles Clary in The Carpet from Bagdad
Directed by Colin Campbell
Written by Harold MacGrath
Based on The Carpet from Bagdad
by Harold MacGrath
Starring
Kathlyn Williams
Wheeler Oakman
Guy Oliver
Charles Clary
Production
company
Selig Polyscope Company
Distributed by V-L-S-E
Release dates
May 3, 1915
Running time
5 reels[1]
Country United States
Language Silent (English intertitles)
The Carpet from Bagdad is a 1915 American silent adventure film directed by Colin Campbell and based on Harold MacGrath's 1911 eponymous novel. In the story, Horace Wadsworth (played by Guy Oliver), one of a gang of criminals also planning a bank robbery in New York, steals the titular prayer rug from its Baghdad mosque. He sells the carpet to antique dealer George Jones (Wheeler Oakman) to fund the robbery scheme. But the theft places both men and Fortune Chedsoye (Kathlyn Williams), the innocent daughter of another conspirator, in danger from the carpet's guardian.

Marketing for the film included a media tour of part of the set and an invitation-only screening sponsored by the publisher of MacGrath's book. The Carpet from Bagdad was released on 3 May 1915 to mostly positive reviews. Many praised the tinted desert scenes and realistic Middle East imagery, although some felt the scenery overshadowed the characters. The film is now mostly lost, although one badly damaged reel was salvaged from the RMS Lusitania in 1982.

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