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Cobra (DVD)

DVD (UPC: 889290091161)

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Rudolph Valentino, Hector Sardo, Claire De Lorez, Casson Ferguson, Gertrude Olmstead, Henry Barrows, Lillian Langdon, Nita Naldi, Eileen Percy
  • Drama, Romance
  • 75:00 min
Price: $19.95
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Rudolph Valentino's first independent production, Cobra , was released less than a year prior to the actor's untimely death at age 31. It is an unusual and contradictory showcase for the actor who is remembered more than any other as the icon of irresistible sexuality in Hollywood silent film. Beleaguered by women in his native land, a promiscuous Italian Count, Rodrigo Torriani (Valentino) escapes to New York to work for an elegant antiques dealer specializing in Italian objets d'art. The ambitious young man cannot suppress the Don Giovanni within himself and he is soon embroiled in a new series of romantic entanglements with secretaries, husband hunters and extortionists. But when his best friend's new wife captures suave Torriani in her cobra-like gaze, he reforms just in time to avoid disgrace and even death-by-fire. Cobra truly represents the visual richness of silent cinema at its peak. At the center of it all is Valentino, charming and photogenically resplendent. Even with his stunning looks, Valentino's appeal as the Great Lover, enacted according to conventions of the 1920s, is often difficult for modern audiences to fathom. By contrast, his far more restrained performance in Cobra makes this film more accessible today than the great hits upon which the star's reputation was built. A NOTE ON THIS EDITION: This DVD edition of Cobra is digitally mastered at the visually correct speed of 22 frames per second from a full aperture mint-condition 35mm master positive printed from the original camera negative, thus preserving intact all of the photographic beauty which is one of this film's most attractive qualities. The musical setting is compiled by Rodney Sauer and Susan Hall from period arrangements and is recorded in digital stereo by the Mont Alto Theater Orchestra. Year: 1925 Length: 75 minutes Director: Joseph Henabery Starring: Rudolph Valentino, Hector Sardo, Claire De Lorez, Casson Ferguson, Gertrude Olmstead, Henry Barrows, Lillian Langdon, Nita Naldi, Eileen Percy Music: Compiled by Rodney Sauer and Susan Hall Format: NTSC Produced for DVD by David Shepard From the Blackhawk Films Collection Presented by Flicker Alley


  • UPC: 889290091161
  • Release: 2017-03-14
  • Content Provider: Flicker Alley, LLC
  • Runtime: 75:00
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD-NTSC
  • Screen: 0.16875
  • Aspect: 1.33:1
  • Rating: NR
  • Audio: Stereo
  • Color/BW: BW
  • Special Features: None
  • Copyright: Special Contents of This Edition (c)2000 by Film Preservation Associates, Inc. / Blu-ray Publication and Design (c)2016 Flicker Alley, LLC
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Disc Format: DVD

Cast and Crew


Rudolph Valentino
Hector Sardo
Claire De Lorez
Casson Ferguson
Gertrude Olmstead
Henry Barrows
Lillian Langdon
Nita Naldi
Eileen Percy

Written by:

Anthony Coldeway

Directed by:

Joseph Henabery

Produced by:

Adolph Zukor Jesse L. Lasky