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The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari

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The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari
(1919) [E]


Arguably the First GREAT Horror Film ever made Francis and his friend Alan visit a fair in the small German town of Holstenwall where a sideshow is run by the mysterious Dr Caligari. Caligari is exhibiting a Somnambulist, Cesare; who has slept for 23 years and knows the secrets of the past and...  More


 
The Birth Of A Nation

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The Birth Of A Nation
(1915) [M]


D.W. Griffith's spectacular silent masterpiece is available for the first time on DVD. The most successful silent film ever, The Birth of a Nation remains America's most controversial cinematic landmark.  More


 
The Battleship Potemkin

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The Battleship Potemkin
(1925) [PG]


After the success of Strike (1924), Sergei Eisenstein was commissioned by the Soviet government to make a film commemorating the uprising of 1905. Eisenstein's scenario, boiled down from what was to have been a multipart epic of the occasion, focussed on the crew of the battleship Potemkin. Fed...  More


 
Napoleon

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Napoleon
(1927) [G]


A massive epic biopic of Napoleon, tracing his career from his schooldays (where a snowball fight is staged like a military campaign), his flight from Corsica, through the French Revolution (where a real storm is intercut with a political storm) and the Terror, culminating in his triumphant...  More


 
Nosferatu (1922)

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Nosferatu (1922)
(1922) [PG]


Nosferatu is the original Dracula movie and still, after eighty years, the scariest. When Bram Stoker's widow refused to grant Murnau the rights to Dracula, Murnau and his screenwriter Henrik Galeen simply changed the characters' names and went ahead with the film, creating one of the great...  More


 
Pandora's Box

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Pandora's Box
(1928) [PG]


G.W. Pabst's film that catapulted Louise Brooks to international acclaim and made her 'the' icon of the Jazz Age tells the tragic story of Lulu, the hedonistic dancer and prostitute. Based on the plays of F. Wedekind. Music by Mahler.  More


 
Metropolis : Director's Cut (2 disc Reconstructed and Restored  Edition)

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Metropolis : Director's Cut (2 disc Reconstructed and Restored Edition)
(1927) [PG]


NEW PRINT: Now for the first time fully restored and digitally remastered.

Newly restored to the vision of master filmmaker Fritz Lang to celebrate the film's 76th Anniversary.

Perhaps the most famous and influential of all silent films, Metropolis had for 75 years been...  More


 
Broken Blossoms

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Broken Blossoms
(1919) [M]


A Chinese man visits London in the hope that he can bring the message of Buddha to others. He falls in love with the daughter of a prize fighter and cares for her when she is beaten. Their friendship is to prove fateful... Silent with the original 1919 orchestral score by Louis F. Gottschalk....  More


 
Storm Over Asia

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Storm Over Asia
(1928) [PG]


Originally Potomak Chingis-khan (The Heir to Genghis Khan), Russian filmmaker Vsevolod Pudovkin's Storm Over Asia is set in Central Asia in 1920. Valeri Inkijinov plays a young Mongolian trapper ostracized from his village after he is cheated out of a valuable fox fur by a European trader....  More


 
Man With A Movie Camera

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Man With A Movie Camera
(1929) [G]


Man With a Movie Camera is an extraordinary piece of filmmaking. An exuberant montage of urban Russia, it represents the people of the city at work and at play, and the machines that keep the city going with energetic lyricism. A member of the Soviet avant-garde, Vertov used a variety of...  More


 
City Lights (2 Disc Set)

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City Lights (2 Disc Set)
(1931) [G]


City Lights begins with an uproarious skewering of pomp and formality, ends with one of the most famous last shots in movie history and, from start to finish, so completely touches the heart and tickles the funny bone that in 1998 it was named one of the American Film Institute's Top-100 American...  More


 
The End Of St. Petersburg

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The End Of St. Petersburg
(1927) [PG]


Filmed to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 1917 Russian revolution, End of St. Petersburg was the second feature-length effort of director V. I. Pudovkin. Utilizing many of the montage techniques popularized by his contemporary Sergei Eisenstein, Pudovkin details the fall of St....  More


 
Strike

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Strike
(1925) [PG]


The first full-length feature project of pantheon Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein, Strike is a government-commissioned celebration of the unrealized 1905 Bolshevik revolution. The story is set in motion by a series of outrages and humiliations perpetrated on the workers of a metalworks plant....  More


 
The Kid

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The Kid
(1921) [G]


The Tramp cares for an abandoned child, but events put that relationship in jeopardy. The Kid was director Charlie Chaplin's first full-length film and is considered one of his best. Co-starring five-year-old Jackie Coogan, whom Chaplin discovered on a Los Angeles vaudeville stage, The Kid is the...  More


 
Silent Movie

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Silent Movie
(1976) [PG]


'Silent Movie' is director Mel Brooks's comic tribute to the golden days of the silent screen. A movie within a movie, 'Silent Movie' stars Brooks as Mel Funn, a filmmaker who has seen better days. When his best friends (Marty Feldman and Dom DeLuise) rescue him from despair and convince him to...  More


 
Nosferatu (1922) / Vampyr (1932)

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Nosferatu (1922) / Vampyr (1932)
(1922) [PG]


An unauthorized production of Bram Stoker's work with enough preserved to recognize, but enough changed to be legal (names changed to protect the innocent?). Count Orlok's move to Bremen brings the plague traceable to his dealings with the realtor Thomas Hutter, and the Count's obsession with...  More


 
Phantom Of The Opera, The (1925)

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Phantom Of The Opera, The (1925)
(1925) [PG]


The original and best version of Gaston Leroux's legendary book The Phantom Of The Opera is an awesome monument to the Golden Age of Hollywood starring "The Man of a Thousand Faces", Lon Chaney. In the film, Chaney is Erik, the horribly disfigured Phantom who leads a menacing existence in the...  More


 
The Thief Of Bagdad (1924)

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The Thief Of Bagdad (1924)
(1924) [G]


One of the truly great silent films of the 1920s was The Thief Of Baghdad, directed by Hollywood legend Raoul Walsh. Made in 1924, it features Douglas Fairbanks as producer and also as the star, in the role of the happy-go-lucky Ahmed the Thief. Beguiled by a beautiful Princess, Ahmed must prove...  More


 
Intolerance

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Intolerance
(1916) [M]


From the Babylonian era to the (1916) present day, four stories of intolerance and inhumanity (Modern, Babylonian, Judean and French) interweave to form an amazing spectacle that gains momentum as it moves towards a powerful and memorable climax. Lillian Gish features as the woman in the linking...  More


 
The Son Of The Sheik

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The Son Of The Sheik
(1926) [G]


Valentino's last film. The story of a romance between a desert sheik and a dancing girl. Silent.  More


 
College

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College
(1927) [G]


Coming hard on the heels of Keaton's comic masterpiece, The General, this was a relaxing romp in both setting and approach after the exacting precision of the American Civil War comic-drama. It was very typical Keaton material and a fine comedy. Those knowledgeable of silent comedy may see...  More


 
Queen Kelly

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Queen Kelly
(1929) [PG]


Gloria Swanson is a convent girl gone bad, who finds herself ill-used by a prince but eventually inherits a fortune. Silent. Music composed by Andrew Youdell.  More


 
Un Chien Andalou (2 disc set)

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Un Chien Andalou (2 disc set)
(1929) [M]


Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali’s unfathomable short from 1929 is a masterpiece of filmmaking guile and audacity, a shocking celluloid dreamscape that destroyed film convention with bizarre images that still resonate today.

The film opens with a young Buñuel sharpening a knife, a...  More


 
The Lodger

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The Lodger
(1927) [PG]


The Lodger is recognized as being the first authentic Hitchcock film. During his sojourn in Germany, Hitchcock was given the opportunity to see films by such masters as Fritz Lang and F.W. Murnau. The influence of the UFA Studios in the stylized settings, the lush atmosphere, the mastery of light...  More


 
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (2 disc set)

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Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (2 disc set)
(1927) [R]


An attractive woman from the city, on vacation, stays in a small farming community and dazzles a young married farmer. The wicked woman suggests that the man's deceptively dowdy-looking wife might "accidentally" drown. Can he, will he go through with it? The scene changes; in unexpected company,...  More


 
October 1917 (Ten Days That Shook the World)

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October 1917 (Ten Days That Shook the World)
(1927) [PG]


Borrowing its title from a book by American journalist John Reed (of Reds fame), Sergei Eisenstein's Ten Days That Shook the World reenacts the crucial week-and-a-half in October, 1918, when the Russian Kerensky regime was toppled by the Bolsheviks. While Eisenstein takes certain liberties in...  More


 
Steamboat Bill Jr.

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Steamboat Bill Jr.
(1928) [G]


STEAMBOAT BILL is William Canfield (Ernest Torrence), the larger-than-life owner of the stern-wheeler 'Stonewall Jackson' which he has operated successfully for many years with his first (and only) mate played by Tom Lewis. Almost all of the town is owned by entrepreneur and businessman J.J.King...  More


 
The Lost World (Silent)

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The Lost World (Silent)
(1925) [PG]


Newly restored with fifty percent more footage than any version in seventy years, here is the model for "King Kong," "Jurassic Park" and "Godzilla." A world wide sensation when it opened on February 15, 1925, "The Lost World" is a story of living dinosaurs from the Jurassic age written by the...  More


 
Nanook Of The North

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Nanook Of The North
(1922) [G]


The key work in the field of documentary film, and one of the most important productions in the history of cinema, Nanook of the North was hailed as a masterpiece on its release in 1922, and became both a critical and commercial success. Nonetheless, the film has its detractors, and controversies...  More


 
The Gold Rush (2 disc set)

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The Gold Rush (2 disc set)
(1925) [G]


The Gold Rush, Charles Chaplin famously said, is "the picture I want to be remembered by." In 1998, leading movie critics and experts voted and remembered, choosing this 24-karat comedy as one of the American Film Institute's Top 100 American Films. Chaplin's irrepressible Little Tramp seeks...  More


 
 
 

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