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The Best Arbuckle/Keaton Collection, Volume Two
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directed by Fatty Arbuckle, 1887-1933; produced by Serge Bromberg, 1961-, Eric Lange, fl. 1985 and David Shepard, 1940-2017, Comique Film Corporation and Film Preservation Associates; performed by Fatty Arbuckle, 1887-1933, Buster Keaton, 1895-1966, Molly Malone, 1888-1952, Jack Coogan, Sr., 1887-1935, Harry McCoy, 1889-1937, Al St. John, 1892-1963 and Alice Lake, 1895-1967 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 1 hour 25 mins

From 1913 to 1916, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle rose from the ranks of bit player to writer, director and star of comedies for Mack Sennett's Keystone Film Company. Because of Sennett's belief that actors were interchangeable, he lost Arbuckle to producer Joseph M. Schenck, who not only paid the comedian handsomely, bu...

directed by Fatty Arbuckle, 1887-1933; produced by Serge Bromberg, 1961-, Eric Lange, fl. 1985 and David Shepard, 1940-2017, Comique Film Corporation and Film Preservation Associates; performed by Fatty Arbuckle, 1887-1933, Buster Keaton, 1895-1966, Molly Malone, 1888-1952, Jack Coogan, Sr., 1887-1935, Harry McCoy, 1889-1937, Al St. John, 1892-1963 and Alice Lake, 1895-1967 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 1 hour 25 mins
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The Cricket On the Hearth
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directed by D. W. Griffith, 1875-1948; performed by Linda Arvidson, 1884-1949, Violet Mersereau, 1892-1975 and Owen Moore, 1884-1939 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1909), 15 mins
This silent film, directed by D.W. Griffith and featuring Owen Moore, Violet Mersereau, and Linda Arvidson, is an adaptation from a short story by Charles Dickens.
directed by D. W. Griffith, 1875-1948; performed by Linda Arvidson, 1884-1949, Violet Mersereau, 1892-1975 and Owen Moore, 1884-1939 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1909), 15 mins
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Dickens' London
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directed by H.B. Parkinson, 1884-1970 and Frank Miller, 1891-1950 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1924), 12 mins
This documentary, directed by Frank Miller and Harry B Parkinson, is a series of vignettes from silent films illustrating the London settings for various novels and short stories by Charles Dickens. The film was reissued with a newly composed score by Neil Brand.
directed by H.B. Parkinson, 1884-1970 and Frank Miller, 1891-1950 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1924), 12 mins
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Early Russian Cinema, Volumes One and Two, Beginnings (1908-1911) Folklore and Legend (1908-1912)
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produced by Charles Pathe, 1863-1957 and Aleksandr O. Drankov, 1819-1949, Pathe Freres and Gosfilmofond; performed by Yevgeni Petrov-Krayevsky, fl. 1908, in Early Russian Cinema, Volumes One and Two (New York, NY: Milestone Films, 1991), 1 hour 23 mins,
Source: www.milestonefilms.com

Early Russian Cinema Volume One: Beginnings Sten’ka Razin has the distinction of being the first Russian dramatic production — a tribute to the determination of its producer, Aleksandr Drankov. When his first seventeen actualities failed to win serious attention in early 1908, he answered the widespread call f...

produced by Charles Pathe, 1863-1957 and Aleksandr O. Drankov, 1819-1949, Pathe Freres and Gosfilmofond; performed by Yevgeni Petrov-Krayevsky, fl. 1908, in Early Russian Cinema, Volumes One and Two (New York, NY: Milestone Films, 1991), 1 hour 23 mins,
Source: www.milestonefilms.com
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Maison du mystère, Episode 1, L'Ami Félon
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directed by Alexandre Volkoff, 1885-1942; produced by Joseph Ermolieff, 1889-1962, Films Albatros; performed by Ivan Mosjoukine, 1889-1939, Charles Vanel, 1892-1989, Hélène Darly, 1900-1994 and Francine Mussey, 1897-1933, in Maison du mystère, Episode 1 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 53 mins

Serial films, or ciné romans were well-established in France before World War I, where they are most closely identified with writer-director Louis Feuillade. These melodramas for adult audiences were unlike American serials that were targeted primarily at youngsters. At Albatros, Russian émigré producer Joseph...

directed by Alexandre Volkoff, 1885-1942; produced by Joseph Ermolieff, 1889-1962, Films Albatros; performed by Ivan Mosjoukine, 1889-1939, Charles Vanel, 1892-1989, Hélène Darly, 1900-1994 and Francine Mussey, 1897-1933, in Maison du mystère, Episode 1 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 53 mins
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Maison du mystère, Episode 3, L'Ambition au Service de la Haine
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directed by Alexandre Volkoff, 1885-1942; produced by Joseph Ermolieff, 1889-1962, Films Albatros; performed by Ivan Mosjoukine, 1889-1939, Charles Vanel, 1892-1989, Hélène Darly, 1900-1994 and Francine Mussey, 1897-1933, in Maison du mystère, Episode 3 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 34 mins

Serial films, or ciné romans were well-established in France before World War I, where they are most closely identified with writer-director Louis Feuillade. These melodramas for adult audiences were unlike American serials that were targeted primarily at youngsters. At Albatros, Russian émigré producer Joseph...

directed by Alexandre Volkoff, 1885-1942; produced by Joseph Ermolieff, 1889-1962, Films Albatros; performed by Ivan Mosjoukine, 1889-1939, Charles Vanel, 1892-1989, Hélène Darly, 1900-1994 and Francine Mussey, 1897-1933, in Maison du mystère, Episode 3 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 34 mins
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Maison du mystère, Episode 10, Le Triomphe de l'Amour
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directed by Alexandre Volkoff, 1885-1942; produced by Joseph Ermolieff, 1889-1962, Films Albatros; performed by Ivan Mosjoukine, 1889-1939, Charles Vanel, 1892-1989, Hélène Darly, 1900-1994 and Francine Mussey, 1897-1933, in Maison du mystère, Episode 10 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 44 mins

Serial films, or ciné romans were well-established in France before World War I, where they are most closely identified with writer-director Louis Feuillade. These melodramas for adult audiences were unlike American serials that were targeted primarily at youngsters. At Albatros, Russian émigré producer Joseph...

directed by Alexandre Volkoff, 1885-1942; produced by Joseph Ermolieff, 1889-1962, Films Albatros; performed by Ivan Mosjoukine, 1889-1939, Charles Vanel, 1892-1989, Hélène Darly, 1900-1994 and Francine Mussey, 1897-1933, in Maison du mystère, Episode 10 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 44 mins
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Oliver Twist, 1909
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directed by J. Stuart Blackton, 1875-1941; produced by J. Stuart Blackton, 1875-1941, Vitagraph Company of America; performed by Elita Proctor Otis, 1851-1927, William Humphrey, 1875-1942 and Edith Storey, 1892-1967 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1909), 9 mins
Excerpts of scenes from Charles Dickens' novel 'Oliver Twist'.
directed by J. Stuart Blackton, 1875-1941; produced by J. Stuart Blackton, 1875-1941, Vitagraph Company of America; performed by Elita Proctor Otis, 1851-1927, William Humphrey, 1875-1942 and Edith Storey, 1892-1967 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1909), 9 mins
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David Copperfield
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directed by Thomas Bentley, 1880-1950; produced by Cecil M. Hepworth, 1873-1953; performed by Len Bethel, fl. 1913, Reginald Sheffield, 1901-1957 and Kenneth Ware, fl. 1912-1913 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1913), 8 mins
This video contains three extracts from the silent film David Copperfield, directed by Thomas Bentley and adapted from a novel by Charles Dickens. The scenes are about David’s mother’s marriage to a new stepfather, his escape to his aunt’s home, and his surviving a shipwreck.
directed by Thomas Bentley, 1880-1950; produced by Cecil M. Hepworth, 1873-1953; performed by Len Bethel, fl. 1913, Reginald Sheffield, 1901-1957 and Kenneth Ware, fl. 1912-1913 (London, England: British Film Institute, 1913), 8 mins
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Early Russian Cinema, Volume Nine, High Society (1916-1919)
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directed by Eduard Puchal’skii, 1874-1942 and Evgeni Bauer, 1865-1917; produced by Lucifer Film Studio, Khanzhonkov Company and Gosfilmofond; performed by Anton Fertner, 1874-1959, Ol’ga Rakhmanova, 1871-1943 and Lidiia Koreneva, 1885-1982, in Early Russian Cinema, Volume Nine (New York, NY: Milestone Films, 1991), 1 hour 28 mins,
Source: www.milestonefilms.com

The discovery of early Russian cinema in recent years has focused on its highly individual characteristics and its hitherto neglected major artists. Relatively little attention has so far been paid to the public image of the industry as a whole — how it appeared to the filmgoer in the Moscow or Petrograd street....

directed by Eduard Puchal’skii, 1874-1942 and Evgeni Bauer, 1865-1917; produced by Lucifer Film Studio, Khanzhonkov Company and Gosfilmofond; performed by Anton Fertner, 1874-1959, Ol’ga Rakhmanova, 1871-1943 and Lidiia Koreneva, 1885-1982, in Early Russian Cinema, Volume Nine (New York, NY: Milestone Films, 1991), 1 hour 28 mins,
Source: www.milestonefilms.com
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