One Hundred Years Ago

One Hundred Years Ago is a 1911 Australian silent film directed by Gaston Mervale. It features an early screen performance from Louise Lovely (billed as "Louise Carbasse") and is considered a lost film.


The movie was billed as "an Anglo-Australian romantic drama". Jasper Hugh Lovel is sent to prison at Norfolk Island for a crime he did not commit. A woman in England who loves him manages to secure his pardon and they are reunited.

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    director Gaston Mervale
    genre drama
    keywords norfolk island
    productionCompany Australian Life Biograph Company
    theme romantic drama short silent