A still from “Out Yonder,” a 1919 movie shot on the coast of Maine, which shows a lighthouse that film buffs have not yet identified.

In the 1919 film “Out Yonder,” which news accounts say was filmed along the New England coast, perhaps entirely in Maine, the action takes place near a lighthouse.

But it isn’t clear where the lighthouse shown in the movie was located.

Reviews referred to it as Great Reef Light, but that appears to be a fictional name used in the movie.

It doesn’t quite look like any of the existing lighthouses that would otherwise be candidates for the film’s focus.

Maine Silent Film Festival organizers said the first person who can pinpoint the lighthouse will get two free tickets to their two-day event next week in Augusta.

A 1919 advertisement in the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey for “Out Yonder,” a silent movie scheduled to be shown at the Silent Film Festival in Augusta June 16 and 17.

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