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Kammerer gives a small compendium of the known films about or made in Pitt County and several local actors. The first known film was a silent romance movie from 1918 entitled “Stroke of Twelve,” filmed entirely in Greenville. In 1925, there was a movie made of Greenville entitled “Who’s Who in Greenville.” In 1927 there was a movie made of the Greenville Tobacco market and in 1941, there was another movie entitled “Greenville On The Screen.” In 1947, there was a locally made film, “Pitch A Boogie Woogie” with an all-black cast and in 1966, Pitt County was the backdrop for several “B” movies. There were two local movie stars, Lath Morris and Kathryn Youngblood, who starred in several films.