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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Cinderella (1912, 1914), Bogie Man (1908) Nero (1909), Jeanne d'Arc (1900), Snow White (1916) ... 14 film shorts 2 DVDs


Cinderella (1912, 1914), Bogie Man (1908) Nero (1909), Jeanne d'Arc (1900), Snow White (1916) ... 14 film shorts 2 DVDs $8.99 Free Ship USA

Reflections - 10 films shorts

Jeanne d'Arc (1900)
A short, silent, medieval film about Joan of Arc, written and directed by Georges Méliès. Released in 1900 it was one of the first color films.

In the Bogie Man's Cave (1907) Georges Méliès - La cuisine de l'ogre
Release Date: 18 January 1908 USA
A bogie man (or ogre, as the case may be) makes a meal out of a captured man. However, he falls asleep, and dreams that the men that he's eaten come back to seek revenge. (5 minutes)

The Electric Hotel (1908) El hotel eléctrico (Spanish: The Electric Hotel) is a 1908 silent Spanish comedy-Fantasy film directed by Segundo de Chomón

In summation, as baggage is checked in that baggage moves by itself to a room where it opens itself revealing lots of brushes that now move out. We next see a man and a woman sitting down before we see the man's boot get unbuckled by itself. With the boot off, a brush moves itself up and down on the front end. We next see the woman's coat come off by itself before her hair gets a thorough brushing-also by itself-before the hair ties itself into a bun. Then comes a scene of a man in front of a wall full of electrical switches. As he pulls one large switch down, we cut to a scene of various chairs and other furniture moving in chaotic ways as the short ends.
(8 minutes)

Nero or the Fall of Rome (1909) - Director: Luigi Maggi
Nero Burning Rome, Nero, or the Fall of Rome, Società Anonima Ambrosio

Poppea, covetous of the throne, seduces Nero into having his wife Octavia killed so that she might be the future empress. The public turns on Nero when they learn what he has done and his assassination seems eminent. To save himself, he orders Rome be burned to the ground. The mob is distracted, but Nero is unable to escape his own conscience. (12 minutes)

Cinderella (1912) Georges Méliès - Cendrillon ou La pantoufle merveilleuse (original title)
(24 minutes)

Suspense (1913)  Lois Weber

Silent drama film directed by Phillips Smalley and Lois Weber. The film features an early example of a split screen shot. A print of the film survives at the film archive of the British Film Institute.

A tramp stalks Mother and child while her husband is pursued by cops ...

Directed by Phillips Smalley, Lois Weber
Written by Lois Weber
Starring Lois Weber, Val Paul
Release date: July 6, 1913
Running time: 10 minutes
Country: United States

Phalkes ~ Raja Harishchandra (1913)

Raja Harishchandra (translation: King Harishchandra), is a 1913 silent Indian film directed and produced by Dadasaheb Phalke, and is the first full-length Indian feature film. The film was based on the legend of King Harishchandra, recounted in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.

The film revolves around the noble and righteous king, Harishchandra, who first sacrifices his kingdom, followed by his wife and eventually his children to honour his promise to the sage Vishwamitra. Though, in the end, pleased by his high morals, the Gods are pleased and restore his former glory, and further bestow him with divine blessings.

Directed by Dadasaheb Phalke
Produced by Dadasaheb Phalke for Phalke Films
Written by Dadasaheb Phalke
Story by Ranchhodbai Udayram
Starring D. D. Dabke, P. G. Sane
Cinematography, Trymbak B. Telang
Release date: 1913
Running time: 53 minutes 49 seconds
Country: India

Television Interviews:

Gloria Swanson w/ Dick Cavett (1970)
6 min. 40 sec.
Mae West w/ Dick Cavett (1976)
9 min. 43 sec.
Lillian Gish w/ Joan Rivers (1983)
2 min.

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Alice in Wonderland,‭ ‬Mary Pickford as Cinderella,‭ ‬Snow White‭ ...
‬Silent Fairy Tales‭ - 1‭ ‬DVD

Alice in Wonderland‭ ‬(1903‭) ‬British silent film directed by Cecil Hepworth and Percy Stow.‭ ‬It is the first movie adaptation of Lewis Carroll's children's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
The film is memorable for its use of special effects,‭ ‬including Alice's shrinking in the Hall of Many Doors,‭ ‬and in her large size,‭ ‬stuck inside of White Rabbit's home,‭ ‬reaching for help through a window.‭ ‬When it was first released in‭ ‬1903,‭ ‬it was a then astonishing‭ ‬12‭ ‬minutes long.‭ ‬Unfortunately,‭ ‬the film was not well preserved and only about‭ ‬8‭ ‬minutes of it remain‭ (‬somewhat‭) ‬intact.‭ ‬May Clark was Alice.

Alice in Wonderland‭ (‬1915‭) ‬silent film adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic novel,‭ ‬Alice's Adventures in Wonderland,‭ ‬directed and written by W.W.‭ ‬Young and starring‭ ‬Viola Savoy as Alice.‭ (‬42min27sec‭)

Cinderella‭ (‬1914‭)‬ starring‭ ‬Mary Pickford‭ & ‬directed by James Kirkwood,‭ ‬Sr.,‭ ‬produced by Daniel Frohman,‭ ‬and released by Famous Players Film Company,‭ ‬later known as Paramount Pictures.‭ ‬The film is based upon the famous fairy tale with the same name.‭ (‬51min14sec‭)

Snow White‭ (‬1916‭) ‬Marguerite Clark‭
Snow White is a‭ ‬1916‭ ‬American silent film made by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation and produced by Adolph Zukor and Daniel Frohman.‭ ‬Directed by J.‭ ‬Searle Dawley,‭ ‬from the Grimm brothers story,‭ ‬Winthrop Ames adapted it to the screen from his play Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs that he had written under the pseudonym‭ "‬Jessie Graham White‭" ‬and had produced in‭ ‬1912‭ ‬at his Little Theatre on Broadway.‭ (‬62min57sec‭)

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