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Gaumont Treasures

Vol. 2-Gaumont Treasures 1908-

Gaumont Treasures Vol. 2 Gaumont Treasures 1908 3 DVD Ntsc(0)
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During its second decade of existence, the Gaumont Film Company continued to prove itself an indomitable force in cultivating and advanceing the fledging art of cinema. This second series of releases of Gaumont Treasures surveys the work of some of its most influential filmmakers. DISC 1: Emile Cohl (the screen's first great animator) includes "Fantasmagoria" (1908), "The Puppet's Nightmare" (1908), "The Living Fan" (1909), "Comic Mutations" (1909), "The Tweleve Labors of Hercules" (1910), "Petit Faust" (1910), "Bebe's Masterpiece" (1910). DISC 2: Jean Durand (who specialized in madcap comedy and American-style westerns) includes "Calino Wants to Be a Cowboy" (1911), "Onesime Goes To Hell" (1912), "Onesime, Clockmaker" (1912), "Onesime Loves Animals" (1913), "Zigoto Drives a Locomotive" (1912), "The Railway of Death" (1912), "Burning Heart: An Indian Tale" (1912), "Under the Claw" (1912) and more. DISC 3: Jacques Feyder (whose sophisticated comedies made him the french counterpart of Ernst Lubitch and Cecil B. DeMille) & The Early Masters of French Cinema (all featured on this disc) includes "Heads... And The Women Who Use Them" (1916, Feyder), "The Barges" (1911, George-Andre Lacroix), "La Marseillaise" (1912, Etienne Arnaud), "Child's Play" (1913, Henri Fescourt), "Feet and Hands" (1915, Gaston Ravel). OVER 10 HOURS OF MATERIAL!
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