Produced by the Eclipse company of London, Park of Caserta was originally released in tandem with the company's more ambitious Battle in the Clouds. No one in 1910 was quite certain where exactly Caserta was, though everyone agreed that its park was most attractive. Actually, "park" was an understatement; what was shown onscreen was nothing less than a valley, replete with acres and acres of trees and foliage and an abundance of rolling hills. The film ended with the obligatory shot of a free-flowing fountain. Variety found the film an excellent example "of its kind."
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