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Silent Films
by Alexandre Dumas
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Camille is a 1921 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino and Alla Nazimova. It is one of numerous screen adaptations of La Dame aux Camélias by Alexandre Dumas, fils. The original play opened in Paris in 1852. The film moves the setting of the story to 1920s Paris, and includes many lavish Art Deco sets, including that of Marguerite's apartment. Natacha Rambova, who would later become Valentino's second wife, was the movie's art director. SYNOPSIS: Camille is a courtesan in Paris. She falls...
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Topics: Gen X, Silent Film, Drama, Alexandre Dumas, Rudolph Valentino, Alla Nazimova
Silent Films
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Alice In Wonderland (1915) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0004873/ This is a shorter cut of the film, clocking in at 42minutes : 7seconds It is also "tinted" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_tinting A full cut of this film is available on archive.org in black and white. ~~~~ Container: mkv Video: h.264 (x264) @ 1500kbps Audio: NONE or AC3 direct copy from source Soundtrack: The video is accompanied by a soundtrack which is synced up nicely to the movie. It is sourced from an early vinyl...
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Topics: alice in wonderland, lewis carrol, 1915, fantasy, silent, silent film, tinted, tinted film
Silent Films
by Universal Film Manufacturing Company
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A French bedroom style farce, a down-on-their-luck married society couple (Dorian and Warren) persuade an unmarried pair (Valentino and Myers) to take their places at a party while they pretend to be the servants to impress a man of means who may give them money and assistance. In contrast to the screen persona of "The Great Lover", Valentino's character of Richard Thayer is shy and insecure. For this film, he performed several scenes of physical comedy and pratfalls, including...
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Topics: Gen X,, Comedy, Drama, Silent Film, Rudolph Valentino, Carmel Myers
The Segundo de Chomón Collection
by Segundo de Chomón
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1911 Segundo de Chomón Barcelone Et Son Parc (Barcelona And The Park)
Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Silent Film, Short Film, Documentary
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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A boy is led into the frame by two nursemaids who give him a big ball to play with. For the remainder of the film heads appear and disappear, stage props blow up and turn into other objects or people, and finally Bob Kick disappears. Director: Georges Méliès Stars: Georges Méliès Sound Mix: Silent Color: Black and White Country: France Release Date: 21 November 1903 Also Known As (AKA) Bob Kick, l'enfant terrible France (original title) Bob Kick, the Mischievous Kid USA
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Comedy
The Video Cellar Collection
by Cecil B Demille
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Cecil B Demille's 1915 film of Prosper Merimee's 1845 novella (which was the basis of Bizet's famous opera.) Carmen, a gypsy woman, seduced lawyer Don Jose in an attempt to assist her clan's smuggling trade. Don Jose is obsessed with Carmen and turns to crime to maintain her attentions.
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Topics: crime, carmen, don jose, prosper merimee, cecil b demille, jesse lasky, romance, obsession, love,...
The Segundo de Chomón Collection
by Segundo de Chomón
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Cauchemar et Doux Reves [Sweet Dreams Intermingled with Nightmares] by Segundo de Chomón released in 1908
Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Silent Film, Short Film, Fantasy
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Possibly the earliest film version of Cinderella, Cendrillion (1899) was landmark for Georges Méliès; it founded the techniques and tricks he would later master and become famous for, earning him the title of The Cinemagician. Director: Georges Méliès Writer: Charles Perrault (story) Stars: Barral, Bleuette Bernon and Carmely Country: France Release Date: 25 December 1899 (USA) Also Known As: Cinderella Filming Locations: Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France Runtime: about 6 min (DVD) Sound...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Fairy Tale
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Star Film Catalogue no. 110 Combat Naval en Grèce (Naval Combat in Greece) Director: Georges Méliès Production Co: Star-Film Country: France Release Date: 1897 Length: 1' 6" This is a very quaint film from Georges Méliès. Seen today, you'll probably laugh at how antiquated it looks. However, keep in mind that this film is still way ahead of the norm for the era, as back in the late 1890s, most films were amazingly mundane--such as showing trains arriving at stations and people playing...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Historical
Silent Films
by Harry Garson Productions
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A young woman, confronted by four options for proceeding in her life, is granted the ability to see what results would come from her choice of of the options. After she sees her future along three of the roads, she makes her choice. This film is often credited for giving Valentino the role that led to him being cast in The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse (1921). Stars: Clara Kimball Young, Gareth Hughes and Pauline Starke Features: Rudolph Valentino Runtime: 78 min Sound Mix: Silent Color:...
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Topics: Gen X, Silent Film, Rudolph Valentino, Drama
The Segundo de Chomón Collection
by Segundo de Chomón
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1912 Segundo de Chomón Gérone, La Venise Espagnole - Girona, the Spanish Venice
Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Silent Film, Short Film, Documentary
The Segundo de Chomón Collection
by Segundo de Chomón
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1908 Segundo de Chomón L'abeille et la Rose (Bee and Rose)
Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Silent Film, Short Film
The Segundo de Chomón Collection
by Segundo de Chomón
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1908 Segundo de Chomón La L'gende du Fantome - Legend of a Ghost
Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Silent Film, Short Film, Fantasy, Horror
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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La Lune à un Mètre, 1898, 3m13s Star Film Catalogue Nos. 160-162 Director: Georges Méliès Writer: Georges Méliès (creator) Stars: Georges Méliès Country: France Release Date: 1898 (France) Also Known As: Egy méterre a Hold Filming Locations: Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France At over three minutes, The Astronomerâs Dream is three times longer than a typical early Georges Méliès' short, and has duly been given three entries in his Star Film catalogue (presumably this meant he could...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Science Fiction
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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1896 Georges Méliès Le Château Hanté (The Haunted Castle) the tinted version. Le Château Hanté, 1897, 0m44s Star Film Catalogue No. 96 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1213033/ A man defies warnings from his friend and prepares to spend the light in a haunted castle. He sits nonchalantly down in a chair - which vanishes and reappears on the other side of the room, causing him to fall to the ground. He gets up, looks around indignantly, walks over to the chair, reaches out to move it back, but...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Horror
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Le Diable au Couvent, 1899, 3m09s Star Film Catalogue No. 185-7 In a convent, a priest adjusts the position of some chairs before departing. As soon as heâs gone, the devil (Méliès) emerges from the font, and looks around. Spotting a rope dangling from the ceiling, he tugs on it, and a bell rings. He wraps his cloak around himself and turns into a priest. Seven white-clad nuns enter and kneel on the chairs as the priest/devil mounts the pulpit. He begins preaching, and the nuns cross...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Horror, Comedy, The Devil in a Convent,...
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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A marching band appears, and the band-leader prepares to give them the music for the song he wants them to play. He has prepared a large staff above their heads, and he now creates notes by making duplicates of his own head, placing them on the staff, and completing the notes with sticks and other implements taken from the band members. When he has finished, the players attempt to perform the music that has been written in such an unusual fashion. Director: Georges Méliès Stars: Georges...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Music
The Segundo de Chomón Collection
by Segundo de Chomón
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Le Reve des Marmitons (Dream of the Marmitons) by Segundo de Chomón released in 1908.
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Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Silent Film, Short Film, Fantasy
The Segundo de Chomón Collection
by Segundo de Chomón
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1907 Segundo de Chomón Le Scarabe d'or (The Golden Beetle) Note: This film is often incorrectly attributed to Ferdinand Zecca, a very talented comtemporary film-maker who often collaborated on films with Segundo de Chomón through Pathé Frères, for its direction. Weird, creative, and colorful, the visuals in "The Golden Beetle" are as spectacular as anything made in the early years of cinema. This had to have taken both a lot of skill and a lot of work to plan and execute. It uses...
Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Panorama Pris d'un Train En Marche, 1898, 1m15s Star Film Catalogue No. 151 Synopsis: From the top of one of the carriages of a moving train, looking straight ahead over the roofs of the other carriages and over the steam engine pulling them, the viewer travels along a suburban Paris line, under bridges, past assorted buildings and through a station. For those tracking Georges Georges Méliès surviving films from the start, it has already become clear that for all his undoubted originality, he...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Train
The Video Cellar Collection
by Cecil B Demille
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During the California gold rush, a young woman travels to the west coast to live with her uncle. When she arrives she discovers he has been killed by the natives and his identity and property taken by a notorious outlaw. Stars Mary Pickford Produced and Directed by Cecil B Demille An Artcraft Picture
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Topics: Mary Pickford, Cecil B Demille, Artcraft Pictures, identity, murder, revenge, criminal, outlaw,...
The Video Cellar Collection
by Cecil B Demille
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1915 silent film directed by Cecil B Demille starring Fannie Ward. This film was selected for preservation in America's "National Film Registry". A desperate socialite turns to a Burnese Ivory trader after she is almost found out for embezzling funds from her charity.
Topics: crime, silent film, feature film, fannie ward, cecil b demille, jesse lasky, paramount pictures,...
The Video Cellar Collection
by Cecil B Demille
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During the first world war, a young American woman's boat is torpedoed by a German U-Boat. When she manages to return to her ancestral country of France, she witnesses the German atrocities first hand. This is Wallace Beery's first screen appearance (he plays a German soldier) Stars: Mary Pickford, Jack Holt, Hobart Bosworth, Ben Alexander Directed by Cecil B Demille An Artcraft Picture
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Topics: war, world war I, first world war, france, germany, america, u boat, torpedo, silent film, feture...
The Video Cellar Collection
by Lois Weber
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A rarity. Surviving extant fragments of the 1926 production based on Ernest Pascal's story "Egypt". Roughly 1/3 of the film missing. Most of the beginning middle and end of the film are present. All of the material is pieced together in the correct chronological order it appeared in the film. This is the final feature directed by Lois Weber. This film stars the legendary silent screen siren Billie Dove.
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Topics: silent, universal pictures, silent film, billie dove, lois weber, ernest pascal, egypt
The Video Cellar Collection
by Cecil B Demille
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Cecil B Demille's silent feature film version of Owen Wister's novel "The Virginian" starring Dustin Farnum. A cowboy romances the local school teacher and helps apprehend a gang of cattle rustlers.
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Topics: cecil b demille, jess lasky, paramount, famous players, silent film, feature film, western, dustin...
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Release Date: 1899 Country: France Written and Directed by Georges Méliès AKA "Summoning the Spirits" AKA "Invoking the Spirits" Évocation Spirite is a simple trick film from Georges Méliès. In it he plays a magician who presents us with a wreath. From within this a woman's head appears. This in turn transforms into the head of the devil and then into Méliès himself. It's a basic set up and is only really a showcase for one visual bit of trickery. It's nicely done...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy