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Saved from the Flames (VVAA, 1896-1944) Faeton

Post by CDNSimpson » July 6th 2008 - 4:10 am

Saved from the flames (VVAA, 1896-1944)
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DISC 1:

NEW BEGINNINGS:
Seven films including the early cinematic experiments of Lumière, Georges Mendel and others, featuring Cyrano De Bergerac from 1900, believed to be the first color and sound film.

- Exiting the Factory (France, 1896, 1:13 min)
- Arrival of a Train (France, 1897, :48 min)
- Card Party (France, 1896, 1:26 min)
- Kobelkoff (France, 1900, 1:24 min)
- Danse Serpentine (France, 1900, 2:08 )
- Cyrano de Bergerac (Hand Colored, Sound on Cylinder, Phon-Cinema-Theatre, 1900, 1:55)
- La Marseillaise (Sound on Disc, France, 1907, 2:41 min)

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MAGICAL MOVIES:
Five early fantasy and trick films, including a previously-unseen trick film by Georges Méliès, hand-colored films from Segundo de Chomon and Gaston Velle, and astonishing stop-motion animation from 1911.

- Excelsior! - Prince of Magicians (France, 1901, 2:06 min)
- The Talion Punishment (France, 1906, 4:13 min)
- Kiriki, Japanese Acrobats (France, 1907, 2:38 min)
- An Excursion to the Moon (France, 1908, 6:47 min)
- The Automatic Moving Company (France, 1911, 4:23 min)

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SEEING THE WORLD:
Among the ten films in this section: A transatlantic crossing in a Zeppelin dirigible, a stencil-colored trek through the Belgian Congo in 1925, Parisian street kids in Montmartre during the first World War, a 1916 visit to Los Angeles, 1927 sound film of Charles Lindbergh embarking on his New York-Paris flight, an early 1930s portrait of New York’s Coney Island, and a film promoting Josephine Baker’s revue at the Folies-Bergère.

- The Seine Flood (France, 1910, 4:16 min)
- Over the Top (USA, 1915, 11:22 min)
- A Visit to Los Angeles (USA, 1916, 10:25 min)
- Montmartre's Kids (France, 1916, 3:51 min)
- The Dirigible Los Angeles (USA, 1924, 19:24 min)
- In the Land of Giants and Pygmies (Stencil Colored, 1925, 8:33 min)
- Technicolor Fashion Parade (USA, 1927, 5:53 min)
- Charles A. Lindbergh, Hero of the Air (USA, 1927, 11:50)
- The Fireman of the Follies-Bergere (with Josephine Baker, France, 1928, 7:38 min)
- Met Me Down at Coney Isle - Fox Magic Carpet of Movietone (USA, 1932, 8:13 min)

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Saved from the flames 101 - La sortie des usines Lumière (Lumière, 1896).avi  [22.65 Mb]
Saved from the flames 102 - L'arrivée d'un train à La Ciotat (Lumière, 1897).avi  [22.10 Mb]
Saved from the flames 103 - Partie de cartes (Leopoldo Fregoli, 1897).avi  [11.91 Mb]
Saved from the flames 104 - Kobelkoff (1900).avi  [29.12 Mb]
Saved from the flames 105 - Danse Serpentine (Alice Guy, 1900).avi  [31.09 Mb]
Saved from the flames 106 - Cyrano de Bergerac (Clement Maurice, 1900).avi  [33.39 Mb]
Saved from the flames 107 - La Marseillaise (Georges Mendel, 1907).avi  [44.43 Mb]
Saved from the flames 108 - Excelsior! (Georges Méliès, 1901).avi  [38.44 Mb]
Saved from the flames 109 - Peine du Talion (Gaston Velle, 1906).avi  [69.20 Mb]
Saved from the flames 110 - Les Kiriki, acrobates japonais (Segundo de Chomón, 1907).avi  [45.45 Mb]
Saved from the flames 111 - Excursion dans la lune (Segundo de Chomón, 1908) .avi  [106.65 Mb]
Saved from the flames 112 - Le Garde-meuble (Romeo Bosetti, 1911).avi  [71.63 Mb]
Saved from the flames 113 - The Seine Flood (Eclipse co., 1910).avi  [69.45 Mb]
Saved from the flames 114 - Over the Top (A battle with the elements) (1915).avi  [177.67 Mb]
Saved from the flames 115 - A Visitor to Los Angeles (1916).avi  [161.20 Mb]
Saved from the flames 116 - Gosses de la butte (1916).avi  [64.17 Mb]
Saved from the flames 117 - The Dirigible Los Angeles (1924).avi  [303.09 Mb]
Saved from the flames 118 - In The Land Of Giants And Pygmies (1925), .avi  [137.00 Mb]
Saved from the flames 119 - Technicolor Fashion Parade (1927).avi  [95.78 Mb]
Saved from the flames 120 - Charles A. Lindbergh, Hero of the Air (1927).avi  [184.79 Mb]
Saved from the flames 121 - The Fireman of the Follies-Bergere (1928).avi  [123.42 Mb]
Saved from the flames 122 - Meet Me Down at Coney Isle (1932).avi  [130.03 Mb]

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Post by CDNSimpson » July 6th 2008 - 4:12 am

DISC 2:

LAUGHING LIKE WE USED TO:
Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered nitrate negative of Chaplin’s first appearance in his “tramp” attire, a frenetic Mack Sennett gag fest with tin lizzies galore, and The Pest, starring an early Stan Laurel (before Hardy).

- The Dancing Pig (France, 1907, 2:24 min)
- The Monkey Race (Italy, 1909, 4:03 min)
- I Fetch the Bread (France, 1907, 5:10 min)
- Artheme Swallows his Clarinet (France, 1912, 3:54 min)
- Kid's Auto Race (with Charles Chaplin, USA, 6:20 min)
- The Pest (with Stan Laurel, USA, 1922, 22:26 min)
- Lizzies of the Fields (USA, 1924, 14:04 min)

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DRAWINGS AND MODELS:
Six works of animation: Gaumont’s Fantasmagorie (1908), three cartoons from the Fleischer Studios – Cartoon Factory (1924), Ain’t She Sweet (1932), and Play Safe (1936) – Ub Iwerks' Balloonland (1935) featuring a new color restoration made from the original negatives, and a filmed performance by puppetry pioneer Tony Sarg.

- Fantasmagorie (Emile Cohl, France, 1908, 1:30 min)
- Cartoon Factory (Fleischer Studios, USA, 1924, 7:53 min)
- In the Orient (USA, 1929, 9:52 min)
- Ain't She Sweet (with Lillian Roth, Fleischer Studios, USA, 1932, 7:11 min)
- Balloonland (UB Iwerks, USA, 1935, 6:41 min)
- Play Safe (Fleischer Studios, Technicolor, 1936, 7:05 min)

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GRACE NOTES:
Rare musical performances: Django Reinhardt with Stéphane Grapelli and the Quintet of the Hot Club of France, Duke Ellington and the Cotton Club Orchestra, Louis Armstrong, and the Utica Jubilee Singers.

- Radi-Ators (USA, 1929, 9:18 min)
- Black and Tan (with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, USA, 1929, 18:10 min)
- Louis Armstrong in Copenhagen (Denmark, 1934, 9:05 min)
- Jazz Hot - (with Django Reinhardt, France, 1939, 6:20 min)

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Saved from the flames 201 - Le cochon danseur (1907).avi  [62.45 Mb]
Saved from the flames 202 - The monkey race (1909).avi  [67.37 Mb]
Saved from the flames 203 - Je vais chercher le pain (1906).avi  [83.85 Mb]
Saved from the flames 204 - Artheme Swallows his Clarinet (1912).avi  [64.61 Mb]
Saved from the flames 205 - Kid's Auto Race (Henry Lehrman, 1914).avi  [101.38 Mb]
Saved from the flames 206 - The Pest (Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, 1922).avi  [346.64 Mb]
Saved from the flames 207 - Lizzies of the Field (Del Lord, 1924).avi  [219.91 Mb]
Saved from the flames 208 - Fantasmagorie (Émile Cohl, 1908).avi  [28.20 Mb]
Saved from the flames 209 - The Cartoon Factory (Dave & Max Fleischer, 1924).avi  [124.77 Mb]
Saved from the flames 210 - Tony Sarg's Marionettes in the Orient (Basil Smith, 1929).avi  [156.74 Mb]
Saved from the flames 211 - Ain't She Sweet (Dave Fleischer, 1933).avi  [114.97 Mb]
Saved from the flames 212 - Balloon Land (Ub Iwerks, 1935).avi  [107.86 Mb]
Saved from the flames 213 - Play Safe (Dave Fleischer, 1936).avi  [113.96 Mb]
Saved from the flames 214 - Radia-tors (Jasper Ewing Brady, 1929).avi  [148.59 Mb]
Saved from the flames 215 - Black and Tan (Dudley Murphy, 1929).avi  [283.51 Mb]
Saved from the flames 216 - Louis Armstrong in Copenhagen (1934).avi  [144.91 Mb]
Saved from the flames 217 - Jazz Hot (1939).avi  [101.16 Mb]

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Post by CDNSimpson » July 6th 2008 - 4:14 am

DISC 3:

PERSUADE ME:
Eleven films designed to influence, including vintage promotional films featuring Laurel & Hardy (dubbed in French), Michel Simon and Jacques Tati, puppet animation by George Pal, three WW-II era musical shorts, two political campaign films, and Master Hands, a paean to the 1936 Chevrolet, selected for the National Film Registry.

- California Election News #2 (USA, 1934, 6:52 min)
- Week-End (with Fernandel, France, 1938, 2:17 min)
- Cette nuit-la (with Jacques Tati, France, 1935, 1:31 min)
- Clo-Cloche - (with Michel Simon, France, 1935, 2:08 min)
- MGM Promo Reel (with Laurel & Hardy, MGM, France, 1936, 8:30 min)
- Master Hands - Chevrolet Motor Co. (USA, 1936, 31:48 min)
- Philips Broadcast of 1938 (Holland, 1938, 4:57 min)
- Yankee Doodler - Soundies Dist. Corp. (USA, 1942, 2:54 min)
- Rosie the Riveter - Soundies Dist. Corp. (USA, 1943, 2:38 min)
- Dear Arabella - Soundies Dist. Corp. (USA, 1942, 2:38 min)
- Hell Bent for Election - Chuck Jones, Industrial Films and Poster Service (USA, 1944, 12:30 min)

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TELL ME A STORY:
Narratives from 1912-1913 by D.W. Griffith (For His Son), Lois Weber (Suspense), and Thomas Ince (The Heart of an Indian), all mastered from beautiful 35 mm film elements.

- For His Son (D.W. Griffith, USA, 1912, 14:52 min)
- Suspense - (Lois Weber & Phillips Smalley, USA, 1913, 10:10 min)
- The Heart of an Indian (USA, 1912, 32:20 min)

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ONE FOR THE ROAD:

- Stolen Kisses (Compilation, 1920's, 3:30 min)

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Saved from the flames 301 - California Election News #2 (1934).avi  [108.78 Mb]
Saved from the flames 302 - Week-End (with Fernandel, 1938).avi  [39.51 Mb]
Saved from the flames 303 - Cette nuit-la (with Jacques Tati, 1935).avi  [23.45 Mb]
Saved from the flames 304 - Clo-Cloche (with Michel Simon, 1935).avi  [32.77 Mb]
Saved from the flames 305 - MGM promo reel (with Laurel & Hardy, 1936).avi  [133.70 Mb]
Saved from the flames 306 - Master Hands (1936).avi  [494.15 Mb]
Saved from the flames 307 - Philips Broadcast of 1938 (George Pal, 1938).avi  [80.09 Mb]
Saved from the flames 308 - Yankee Doodler (Herbert Moulton, 1942).avi  [51.20 Mb]
Saved from the flames 309 - Rosie the Riveter (John C. Graham, 1943).avi  [40.15 Mb]
Saved from the flames 310 - Dear Arabella (Josef Berne, 1942).avi  [40.53 Mb]
Saved from the flames 311 - Hell Bent for Election (Chuck Jones, 1944).avi  [196.33 Mb]
Saved from the flames 312 - For his son (D.W.Griffith, 1912).avi  [234.36 Mb]
Saved from the flames 313 - Suspense (Lois Weber & Phillips Smalley, 1913).avi  [158.54 Mb]
Saved from the flames 314 - The Heart of an Indian (Thomas H. Ince, 1912).avi  [500.04 Mb]
Saved from the flames 315 - Stolen Kisses (Compilation).avi  [61.42 Mb]

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