The Power of Melody

The Power of Melody (also known as Delirium Tremens) is a 1912 American silent short drama film starring Harry Van Meter, Vivian Rich, and Eugenie Forde. The film was written by pianist Paul Williams of Morristown, Indiana.


A dramatic portrayal of how music influenced the lives of several people in New York City and started them on a better course.

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    director _:t478765270
    genre drama
    keywords new york city
    producer David Horsley
    productionCompany Nestor Film Company
    publisher Motion Picture Distributors and Sales Company
    theme short