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DVD : Retour de Flamme 1 & 2

DVD : Retour de Flamme 1 & 2

To make the pleasure of the show everlasting, discover once more your Favourite films ! These titles are made up of very rare short films never published on video.

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To make the pleasure of the show everlasting, discover once more your Favourite films ! These titles are made up of very rare short films never published on video. Thanks to them you will enjoy a great visit through 50 years of cinema !

Box set of 2 DVD Pal All Zones
Original Versions
Language & Subtitles: French / English
Colors / Black & White

Lenght 4h19 approx

 

YOU’LL SEE ...

LEAVING THE FACTORY
B&W Documentary View, France ca.1896, runtime 1’
Music: Neil Brand

SORTIE D’USINE - documentaire


TRAIN PULLING INTO A STATION
B&W Documentary View, France ca.1897, runtime 1’30
Production: Gaumont, music: Neil Brand

ARRIVÉE D’UN TRAIN - documentaire

 


CARD GAME
Hand-Tinted Documentary View, France ca.1896, runtime 1’
Music: Neil Brand

 

PARTIE DE CARTES - documentaire

 


LOUIS LUMIERE TALKS
B&W Interview, France 1948, runtime 3’40
Direction: Georges Sadoul

LOUIS LUMIÈRE

 


STOLEN JOOLS
B&W Comedy, USA 1931, runtime 18’30
Production: Paramount, direction: William McGann

Starring Laurel and Hardy, Buster Keaton, Joan Crawford, Gary Cooper, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Fay Wray and Maurice Chevalier

 

THE STOLEN JOOLS avec Laurel & Hardy

 


THE RAJAH’S BOX
Stencil-Colored Fantasy, France 1906, runtime 8’
Production: Pathé, direction: Gaston Velle, Music: Neil Brand

L’ÉCRIN DU RAJAH - Gaston VELLE

 


TITANIC
B&W Documentary, USA 1912, runtime 10’, music: Neil Brand

The only existing images of the famous Titanic, some hours before she left for her last voyage !

TITANIC - Documentaire

 


KIDS AUTO RACES IN VENICE
B&W Slapstick, USA 1914, runtime 6’
Production: Keystone, direction: Henry Lehrman
Starring Charles Chaplin, music: Neil Brand

The very first appearance of Chaplin’s Little Tramp character.

Charlie CHAPLIN

 


MEET ME DOWN AT CONEY ISLE
B&W Documentary, USA 1932, runtime 8’
Production: Fox Magic Carpet of Movietone

MEET ME DOWN AT CONEY ISLE - documentaire

 


CHESS FEVER
B&W Slapstick, Russia 1925, runtime 20’
Direction: Vsevolod Pudovkin, music: Neil Brand

LA FIÈVRE DES ÉCHECS

 


THE FIREMAN OF THE FOLIES-BERGÈRE
B&W Comedy, France 1928, runtime 7’30
Starring Josephine Baker, music: Neil Brand

A film enigma, presumably used to promote Josephine Baker’s wild revue “Vents de Folies” at the legendary Paris music hall, Folies-Bergères, in 1927-1928.

Joséphine BAKER

 


CELLES QUI S’EN FONT (WORRIED)
B&W Drama, France 1930, runtime 5’
Production: Isis Film, direction: Germaine Dulac
With Lilian Constantini, Georges Vallée

Illustration of two songs of French realist singer Fréhel.

CELLES QUI S’EN FONT

 


TULIPS SHALL GROW
Technicolor Animation, USA 1942, runtime 7’
Production: Paramount, direction: George Pal

Wooden puppets animated one frame at a time by a cartoon master.

OSCAR 1944

TULIPS SHALL GROW

 


MIGHTY LIKE A MOOSE
B&W Tinted Slapstick, USA 1926, runtime 22’
Production: Hal Roach, direction: Leo Mc Carey
Starring Charley Chase, Vivian Oakland, Buddy the Dog
Music: Robert Israël

A great meeting between director Leo Mc Carey (Laurel and Hardy, the Marx Brothers) and the forgotten yet brilliant slapstick actor Charley Chase!

Charley CHASE

 


A MAN WHO ATE BULL MEAT
B&W Comic Film, France 1935, runtime 7’
Production: Victor Films, direction: Eugène Deslaw
Comments: Bétove

UN MONSIEUR QUI A MANGÉ DU TAUREAU

 


THOSE AWFUL HATS
Black and White Comic film, USA 1909, 2’55
Production: Biograph, direction David W. Griffith

An unusual film by the father of modern cinema.
Bonus : A portrait of D. W. Griffith

THOSE AWFUL HATS

 


THE MYSTERY OF THE LEAPING FISH
Black and White Slapstick film, USA 1916, 26’27
Production: Triangle / Fine Arts, direction: John Emerson, script: Tod Browning
Starring Douglas Fairbanks and Bessie Love

Douglas Fairbanks as a drug-addicted Sherlock Holmes, based on a script by Tod Browning. A cult movie!
Bonus : Drug addiction on screen / Portrait of Tod Browning and Douglas Fairbanks

Douglas FAIRBANKS

 


CHASE OF THE MONKEY
Black and White Comic film, Italy 1909, 4’
Production: Itala Films

Bonus : The Early comics in Europe / The Italian production at the turn of the Century

LA COURSE AU SINGE

 


FOR HER MOTHER'S DAY
Black and White Drama, France 1906, 2’26
Production: Pathé

Bonus : Charles Pathé and his empire

POUR LA FÊTE DE SA MÈRE

 


KIRIKI, JAPANESES ACROBATS
Black and White Trick film hand-tinted, France 1907, 2’37
Production: Pathé, direction: Segundo de Chomon

Bonus : Segundo de Chomon / The special effects in the Trick films

KIRIKI, ACROBATES JAPONAIS - un film de Segundo de Chomon
This film is avaliable in flip-book -

LA MARSEILLAISE
Black and White Song, France 1907, 2’39
Production: Georges Mendel; interpreted by Mr Noté from the Opéra

The National French anthem performed on stage.
Bonus : The first steps of sound in film

LA MARSEILLAISE

 


WEEK-END
Black and White Commercial, France 1938, 2’16
Starring French actor / singer Fernandel

Bonus : Fernandel’s debut on screen and on stage

FERNANDEL

 


CLO-CLOCHE
Black and White Commercial, France 1935, 2’09
Starring French actor Michel Simon

Bonus : The different characters interpreted by Michel Simon

Michel SIMON

 


PLAY SAFE
Technicolor Cartoon, USA 1936, 7’19
Production: Fleischer Studios, direction: Dave Fleischer

Betty Boop’s little brother animated by Popeye’s and Superman’s Daddy!
Bonus : The Fleischer Studios / Technicolor in cartoon / The three-dimensional technique used in the film

PLAY SAFE

 


STOLEN KISSES
Black and White and tinted, 1920, 2’17

Censored kisses scenes edited one after the other
Bonus : Censorship on screen in the 1920’s

BAISERS VOLÉS



PARIS FASHION
Black and White Documentary stencil-tinted, France 1926, 5’40
Production: Unie Filmrevue

Bonus : Fashion in the Newsreels

MODE DE PARIS

 


BLACK AND TAN
Black and White Drama, USA 1929, 18’11
Production: RKO, direction: Dudley Murphy

Starring Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club orchestra
Bonus : The beginning of Black American cinema

Duke ELLINGTON


THREE FILMS BY CARTOONIST O'GALOP
Resisting Tuberculosis, Great Oaks from Small Acorns Grow, The Alcohol Cycle
Black and White Cartoons, France 1918, 6’

Bonus : The French Public Health Campaign of 1918
3 FILMS DE PRÉVENTION Réalisés par O’ GALOP

 


DR PYCKLE AND MR PRIDE
Black and White Slapstick film, USA 1925, 19’42
Production: Joe Rock / Standard Cinema, direction: Percy Pembroke
Starring Stan Laurel

Stan LAUREL

 


PORKY’S PREVIEW
Black and White Cartoon, USA 1941, 6’18
Production: Warner, direction: Tex Avery

Bonus : Tex Avery’s debut within the ‘Termite Terrace’

 

PORKY’S PREVIEW - un film de Tex Avery


Box set of 2 DVD Pal All Zones
Original Versions
Language & Subtitles: French / English
Colors / Black & White

Lenght 4h19 approx

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