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Rip Van Winkle is a 1903 American short black-and-white silent compilation film written and directed by William K.L. Dickson adapted from the play by his friend and investor Joseph Jefferson with Dion Boucicault based on the story of the same name by Washington Irving, featuring Joseph Jefferson as a ne'er-do-well, who wanders off one day into the Kaatskill mountains where he runs into an odd group of men, drinks some of their mysterious brew and passes out only to wake up to find 20 years have passed. The film is compiled from a series of films produced in 1896, which consisted of;
These films were added to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress in 1995 and featured on the DVD release More Treasures from American Film Archives, 1894-1931.
The serial—filmed at Joseph Jefferson's summer home in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts in August 1896—was filmed in wide shot with a one or two camera setup in 68 mm format with an aspect ratio of 1.36:1. American Mutoscope and Biograph Co. registered the copyright on February 4, 1897. The actor selected scenes that were largely pantomimed, eliminating the need for explanatory titles.