Sin Dejar Rastros (lost Argentinian animated film; 1918)

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Sin Dejar Rastros (1918)
The only surviving still from the film.
The only surviving still from the film.
Status Lost

Sin dejar rastros (Spanish for "Without a Trace") is a 1918 silent animated feature film by Quirino Cristiani. This followed his earlier release, El Apóstol.


The film is about the German commander Baron von Luxburg sinking an Argentine Ship, intending to frame the Entente.


This film wasn't as successful El Apóstol and was confiscated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship in Argentina by the order of Hipolito Yrigoyen, the president at the time (and subject of two of Cristiani's other two lost animated feature films).

There is very little information on the film, and it is currently unknown if any copies of it exist. All that is known to survive is a poster featuring a still frame from the film.

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Anonymous user #1

11 months ago
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Spain had no allies in World War I. It was a neutral country. I don't get why Spain is mentioned at all, given that this is an Argentinian film about an Argentinian ship.

Anonymous user #2

9 months ago
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I guess you could say it vanished...

  • puts on sunglasses*
...without a trace.
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