Un enlèvement en hydroaéroplane

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Missing Movie (1912)

Max Linder (Max)
Georges Coquet (?)
Lucy d'Orbel or Andrée Marly (?) (the young woman)
Jules Védrines (stunt ?)

Un enlèvement en hydroaéroplane is a short movie in which Max is falling in love of a young woman. But her legal guardian doesn't share Max whishes, so our hero takes her in his hydroaeroplane (seaplane).

All copy of this movie has vanished. It's very sad as it seems it's the very first fiction movie featuring a seaplane, probably a Voisin. And last but not the least, it was colorized.

Screenshot first shown on this page are in fact from Le hasard et l'amour as explained on the discussion tab.

Voisin floatplane

Voisin Canard or Voisin Monaco ?
(missing screenshot as the film is lost)

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