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Five Dedicated to Ozu
By Kimstim
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ean: 0698452204833,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 263 reviews
Filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami pays homage to Japanese filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu, whose spare but evocative style has been a major influence on Kiarostami's work. Canny and sublime, the 74 minute film is comprised of 5 long, apparently single takes of a beach on.

Slapstick Encyclopedia (Videobook) (Silent)
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ean: 0628261129096,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 225 reviews
Highlighting the Golden Age of screen comedy as it has never been presented before, Encyclopedia of Slapstick collects more than fifty silent short comedies with new musical soundtracks. Laurel and Hardy, Roscoe ''Fatty'' Arbuckle, Buster Keaton, Mack Sennett, Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, Harry Langdon, Will Rogers, Ben Turpin and more—from the early innovators, who redesigned the routines of vaudeville with narrative form, to the celebrated masters whose inspired improvisations helped

The Indian Tomb
By Image Entertainment
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mpn: 14381936322, ean: 9786305908517, isbn: 6305908516,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 62 reviews
Joe May's spectacular ''The Indian Tomb'' captivated audiences in 1921, and was one of the biggest successes of its day. This lavish adventure thriller transported cinemagoers to an atmospheric India of the romantic imagination, with elaborate temples and palaces, exotic yogis and dancing girls, roaring tigers on the prowl and hissing cobras. Thea von Harbou's colorful plot stretches over two feature-length films, with twists and turns worthy of a serial. Ayan, the powerful Maharajah of

The Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy: The Complete Collection, Vol. 7
By Image Entertainment
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ean: 9786305837282, isbn: 6305837287,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 180 reviews
Mastered from the original 35mm material, this seventh volume of lost films from the great comedy team of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy includes: Their first ''talkie,'' ''Unaccustomed As We Are'' (1929, 21 min.), ''Should Married Men Go Home'' (1928, 22 min., silent), a special talkie version of the silent ''Double Whoopee'' (1929, 19 min.) created by the Laurel & Hardy Appreciation Society with voices by Stan and Ollie impersonator Chuck McCann, ''With Love and Hisses'' (1927, 24 min.,

Black Pirate
By Kino International
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mpn: KV3302DVD, ean: 0738329033026,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 58 reviews
Made at the height of Fairbanks's career, this was the first grand-scale epic shot entirely in Technicolor. The great expense and unreliability of shooting in the process (still in its early stages of development) made The Black Pirate a daring endeavor. However, with the help of a team of talented artists and technicians, Fairbanks carefully modulated the film's color scheme so the results would be beautiful rather than garish, inspiring The New York Times to praise the film's ''unrivalled

Slapstick, Too
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mpn: SHADV3207, ean: 0016351320797,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 117 reviews
Slapstick, Too is an illuminating, fun-filled look back at the early film comedy and the great masters of the art, featuring the hilarious antics of Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Fatty Arbuckle, the Marx Brothers, W.C. Fields, and many more. These comic legends drew their characters and style from the raucous humor of the vaudeville stage where the wild anarchy of slapstick was king, and Slapstick, Too is loaded with non-stop, side-splitting scenes from classic

Grass: A Nation's Battle For Life
By Image Entertainment
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ean: 9786305773955, isbn: 6305773955,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 175 reviews
A classic adventure by the makers of ''King Kong.'' In 1924, neophyte filmmakers Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack hooked up with journalist and sometime spy Marguerite Harrison and set off to film an adventure. They found excitement, danger and unparalleled drama in the migration of the Bakhtiari tribe of Persia (now Iran). Twice a year, more than 50,000 people and half a million animals surmounted seemingly impossible obstacles to take their herds to pasture. The filmmakers captured

Buster Keaton - Short Films Collection: 1920 - 1923 (3-Disc Ultimate Edition)
By Kino Lorber films
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mpn: KV755DVD, ean: 0738329075521,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 192 reviews
For the first time ever, Kino International proudly presents a box set of all of Buster Keaton's classic silent short films in one collection. All films have been digital remastered in high definition and include all new extras. ----- DISC 1: THE HIGH SIGN (1920/21 - B&W - 19 Min.), ONE WEEK (1920 - B&W - 24 Min.), CONVICT 13 (1920 - B&W - 19 Min.), THE SCARECROW (1920 - B&W - 18 Min.), NEIGHBORS (1921 - B&W - 19 Min.), THE HAUNTED HOUSE (1921 - Color Tinted - 20 Min.), HARD LUCK (1921 - B&W 21

Douglas Fairbanks: A Modern Musketeer (His Picture in the Papers / The Mystery of the Leaping Fish / Flirting With Fate / The Matrimaniac / Wild and Woolly / Reaching for the Moon / When the Clouds Roll By / The Mollycoddle / The Mark of Zorro / The Nut)
By Flicker Alley
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mpn: FLAL6740DVD, ean: 0617311674099,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 17 reviews
While he's noted for his string of swashbuckling roles, here are 11 ancient film treasures from before Fairbanks' pirate days including the Mystery of the Leaping Fish (1916), Reaching for the Moon (1930), When the Clouds Roll By (1919) and more, digitally mastered from 35 mm or original negative sources featuring music by Eric Beheim, Philip Carli, Frederick Hodges and more. Also includes an audio essay by Jeffrey Vance and Tony Maietta. Silent. 5 DVDs. 1916-21/Black & White/12 hrs., 40

Lyrical Nitrate & The Forbidden Quest
By Zeitgeist Films
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ean: 0795975104937,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 253 reviews
A pair of landmark films by found-footage maestro Peter Delpeut that showcase the inimitable beauty and fragility of the cinematic medium. Comprised of deteriorating turn-of-the-20th-century clips recovered from the attic of an Amsterdam movie house, LYRICAL NITRATE is a moving tribute to the birth of film art. THE FORBIDDEN QUEST reconstructs found footage for a more dramatic purpose, albeit one that is just as inventive: to tell a Shackleton-esque adventure story in the tradition of Joseph

Gaumont Treasures: 1897-1913
By Kino Video
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mpn: KV6572DVD, ean: 0738329065720,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 91 reviews
10 HOURS 75 FILMS 3 DISCThe invention of cinema and its growth into a sophisticated art form are vividly brought to life in this massive collection of films from the early years of the influential Gaumont Film Company. Each disc is devoted to one of Gaumont s artistic directors, who oversaw all film production at the studio, and profoundly influenced not only the identity of the studio but also the evolution of the cinema itself.FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE FILMMAKERS PLEASE READ DIRECTOR

100 Greatest Comedy Classics - Comedy Kings + Hollywood Comedy
By Mill Creek Entertainment
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ean: 0683904890672,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 272 reviews
1000s of Laughs! 100s of Stars! 100 Films! 1 Incredible DVD Collection! The brightest stars deliver the biggest laughs in this one-of-a-kind collection of light-hearted fare, delivering the witty dialogue, slapstick humor and crazy antics from the golden age of cinema.Factory sealed DVD.

Charlie Chaplin Short Comedy Classics - The Complete Restored Essanay & Mutual Collection
By Image Entertainment
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mpn: 014381045727, ean: 0014381045727,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 133 reviews
See one of America's best-loved comedians at his finest with this side-splitting 7-disc DVD collection! Sixteen hilarious Essanay comedies from the beginning of Chaplin's career, including ''His New Job,'' ''The Tramp'' and ''Triple Trouble'', twelve two-reel comedies Chaplin made the following year with the Mutual Company, including such classics as ''Easy Street,'' ''The Vagabond'' and ''The Rink.'' Fully restored and transferred from premier quality 35mm negatives with new digital stereo

The Chaplin Mutuals, Vol. 1
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mpn: 014381410020, ean: 9786305075523, isbn: 6305075522,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 216 reviews
Charlie Chaplin was the biggest star in film when he signed with the Mutual Company in 1916 for the then-unheard-of sum of $670,000. The twelve films he made for Mutual reflect Chaplin's attempt to use comedy not just as a series of gags, but as a search for genuine, universal truths. Digitally mastered from early generation 35mm negatives, these works provide considerable testimony to Chaplin's skills as both a comedian and a filmmaker. This volume includes the shorts ''The Immigrant,'' ''The

Landmarks of Early Film, Vol. 1
By Image Entertainment
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mpn: 14381410327, ean: 9786305075592, isbn: 630507559X,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 231 reviews
DVD. Documentery. A magnificent collection for anyone interested in the earliest days of film history, this compilation of films spans the years from 1886 to 1913, from the first experiments in ''serial photography'' to the emergence of narrative shorts and the dawn of the feature-length film. It's a veritable archive of nearly every important film from the birth of the medium, including Edison Kinestoscope films (1894-96), films by the brothers Lumière (1895-97), the magical movies of French

Arbuckle & Keaton, Vol. 2
By Kino Video
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mpn: 2052, ean: 0738329020521,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 204 reviews
Silent comedy (and especially Buster Keaton) buffs will thrill to this second volume of five revelatory shorts by Roscoe ''Fatty'' Arbuckle. ''Back Stage,'' ''Coney Island,'' ''The Rough House,'' ''The Garage,'' and ''Good Night Nurse!'' were made between 1918 and 1920 at the height of Arbuckle's popularity before scandal tragically cut short his career and forever unjustly tarnished his name. They represent a vital missing chapter in film comedy history. In addition to rescuing Arbuckle from

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