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London Symphony
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    Flicker Alley, in partnership with Disobedient Films, proudly present London Symphony, a brand new silent film—a city symphony—which offers a poetic journey through the city of London. It is an artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity. The film is divided into four parts, corresponding to the four movements of a musical symphony. FIRST MOVEMENT: The first movement (morning) begins by looking at construction in the city, moving...

    The Garden of Eden [Blu-ray]
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    In celebration of its 16th year of “Bringing Film History to New Audience,” Flicker Alley – the highly-esteemed publisher of rare and unique cinematic classics – is proud to present the long-awaited re-release of its first publication, The Garden of Eden. It is now available in a previously unreleased M.O.D. (Manufactured-On-Demand) Blu-ray edition. This thoroughly entertaining romantic comedy is an important film for both its beguiling star, Corinne Griffith, and...

    Strike
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      Sergei Eisenstein's Strike, with the possible exception of Orson Welles' Citizen Kane, marks the most outstanding cinematic debut in the history of film. Triggered by the suicide of a worker unjustly accused of theft, a strike is called by the laborers of a Moscow factory. The managers, owner and the Czarist government dispatch infiltrators in an attempt to break the workers’ unity. Unsuccessful, they hire the police and in the film's most harrowing and powerful sequences, the unarmed...

      Joan the Woman
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      Item #: 889290091178 -

        Joan the Woman (Cardinal Film Corporation, 1916) was Cecil B. DeMille's first great spectacle. In keeping with theatrical tradition, DeMille sought a more formal and stylized mode of acting from stars Geraldine Farrar and Wallace Reid - a technique he continued in his late historical films. Wilfred Buckland's art direction is outstanding, and DeMille's social comments are subtle but biting. The film also features a dramatic hand-colored climax utilizing the Handschiegl stencil-color process....

        The Clinging Vine With The Age of Ballyhoo
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        Item #: 818522019321 -

          Cecil B. DeMille's 1926 production of The Clinging Vine is a recent rediscovery and perhaps the ultimate '20s gender-bender. Leatrice Joy plays “The President's Assistant - known as A.B. - who hired, wired and fired men - but had never kissed one." Based on the 1922 Broadway musical by Zelda Sears, the movie mocks male stereotypes of women while playfully exploring ideas of gender and romantic love in relation to female professionalism. When expert businesswoman A.B. dutifully fires...

          Storm Over Asia
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            The last of the three great films that V.I. Pudovkin directed in the 1920s, Storm over Asia (1928) is an acknowledged classic of Soviet silent cinema. Filmed largely on location in Mongolia, the film has an authentic documentary feel, though the story is a stirring melodrama. It concerns a young fur trapper (Valeri Inkizhinov) who, after being captured and sentenced to death by British occupying forces, is mistaken as a descendant of the great warrior Genghis Khan. He then becomes a puppet...

            Cyrano de Bergerac
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              Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac was a triumph from the moment of its premiere on December 28, 1897. It has become the most popular play of the modern French theater, and Cyrano, despite an ugly visage dominated by an enormous nose, has become a world-beloved symbol of generosity, magnanimity of spirit and beauty of soul. The wonderful Cyrano of this film, Pierre Magnier, understudied Coquelin in the original stage production. He toured with Coquelin and Sarah Bernhardt in 1900, playing...

              D.W. Griffith: Years Of Discovery, Volume Two
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              Item #: 889290092076 -

                For the five years between 1908 and 1913, D.W. Griffith directed some 450 films for the Biograph Company, delivering at a rate of two or three films per week. These films, one and two reels in length, are sometimes regarded as apprentice works, films in which Griffith borrowed, invented, and perfected the forms and techniques that he later used to such memorable effects in The Birth of a Nation (1915), Intolerance (1916), Way Down East (1920), Orphans of the Storm (1921), and Isn?t Life...

                The Man With a Movie Camera
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                  Described by Dziga Vertov, its director, as an "experiment in the language of pure cinema," The Man With the Movie Camera is perhaps the most dazzling and sophisticated work not only of Soviet, but of world silent cinema. In part it is a "city symphony," although its urban landscape is actually a film synthesis of shots taken in Moscow, Kiev, Odessa and elsewhere. In part, it is a panorama of and a manifesto on the nature of socialist society in the late 1920s. But it is especially a...

                  Regeneration / Young Romance
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                    "The first full-length gangster picture ever made," according to its director, Raoul Walsh, who would later make The Roaring Twenties, High Sierra, The Bowery and White Heat, Regeneration is a powerful slum melodrama produced in 1915 on location on the Lower East Side of New York City, with a gaggle of authentic lowlife types performing alongside professional actors. It's in the tradition of The Musketeers of Pig Alley, directed by D.W. Griffith from whom Walsh learned his craft as an...

                    VALENTINO COLLECTION - VOLUME 1 [Blu-ray]
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                    Representing the definitive collection of rare films starring Rudolph Valentino, one of Hollywood’s most legendary stars, the Rudolph Valentino Collection brings newly remastered classics to Blu-ray disc for the first time.Eyes of YouthRemastered from a rare, surviving tinted print, with a new piano score by Serge Bromberg, Eyes of Youth represents a breakout role for Rudolph Valentino. Gina Ashling (Clara Kimball Young) must decide between marrying a wealthy man, becoming an opera...

                    True Heart Susie
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                      In 1918 and 1919, D.W. Griffith turned from spectacles such as The Birth of a Nation, Intolerance and Hearts of the World to smaller films, which he called his "short story series." Among these is True Heart Susie (June 1919). "There are those of us who consider True Heart Susie to be the Griffith's masterpiece," writes Tom Gunning in his notes for a 2006 screening at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival. He goes on to praise the "narrative structure and point of view, as well as the fine...