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|Named Person:||Joan, of Arc Saint; Joan, of Arc Saint|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Cecil B DeMille; Dustin Farnum; Red Wing; Billy Elmer; Winifred Kingston; Geraldine Farrar; Pedro De Cordoba; Wallace Reid; Fannie Ward; Sesshū Hayakawa; Mary Pickford; Elliott Dexter; Jack Holt; Raymond Hatton; Sylvia Ashton; Florence Vidor; Noah Beery; Gloria Swanson; Lew Cody; Thomas Meighan; Bebe Daniels; Leatrice Joy; Jack Mower; Jetta Goudal; Joseph Schildkraut; William Boyd; Elinor Fair; Victor Varconi; William C De Mille; Lois Wilson; Clarence Burton; Georges Bizet; Passport International Entertainment, LLC.; Passport Video.
|Notes:||Title from container.
Contains 16 black-and-white silent films directed by Cecil B. DeMille.
Carmen based on the same novel that inspired Bizet's opera.
The squaw man originally released as a motion picture in 1914 ; The Virginian originally released as a motion picture in 1914 ; Carmen originally released as a motion picture in 1915 ; The cheat originally released as a motion picture in 1915 ; Joan the woman originally released as a motion picture in 1916 ; The romance of the redwoods originally released as a motion picture in 1917 ; The little American originally released as a motion picture in 1917 ; Old wives for new originally released as a motion picture in 1918 ; The whispering chorus originally released as a motion picture in 1918 ; Don't change your husband originally released as a motion picture in 1918 ; Male and female originally released as a motion picture in 1919 ; Why change your wife? originally released as a motion picture in 1920 ; The affairs of Anatol originally released as a motion picture in 1921 ; Manslaughter originally released as a motion picture in 1922 ; The road to yesterday originally released as a motion picture in 1925 ; The Volga boatman originally released as a motion picture in 1926.
Special features: Disc 5: "Miss Lulu Bett" (1921): Cecil B. DeMille's brother, William, directed this drama based on the Pulitzer-Prize-winning play about a young woman (Lois Wilson) who discovers that she's married to a man (Clarence Burton) who is already married (71 min.); DeMille newsreels; interviews with Charlton Heston, John Hart, A.C. Lyles, DeMille's secretary.
|Cast:||The squaw man: Dustin Farnum, Princess Red Wing, Cecil B. DeMille.
The Virginian: Dustin Farnum, Billy Elmer, Winifred Kingston.
Carmen: Geraldine Farrar, Pedro de Cordoba, Wallace Reid.
The cheat: Fanny Ward, Sessue Hayakawa.
Joan the woman: Wallace Reid, Geraldine Farrar.
The romance of the redwoods: Mary Pickford, Elliott Dexter.
The little American: Mary Pickford, Jack Holt, Raymond Hatton.
Old wives for new: Elliott Dexter, Sylvia Ashton, Florence Vidor.
The whispering chorus: Raymond Hatton, Noah Beery, Sr.
Don't change your husband: Gloria Swanson, Elliott Dexter, Lew Cody.
Male and female: Gloria Swanson, Thomas Meighan.
Why change your wife?: Gloria Swanson, Thomas Meighan, Bebe Daniels.
The affairs of Anatol: Wallace Reid, Bebe Daniels.
Manslaughter: Leatrice Joy, Jack Mower, Thomas Meighan.
The road to yesterday: Jetta Goudal, Joseph Schildkraut, William Boyd.
The Volga boatman: Elinor Fair, Victor Varconi, William Boyd.
|Description:||5 videodiscs (approximately 1622 min.) : si. and sd., black and white and color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, all regions, full screen (4:3) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., NTSC.|
|Contents:||Disc 1: The squaw man (74 min.) ; The Virginian (50 min.) ; Carmen (ca. 57 min.) ; The cheat (59 min.) --
Disc 2: Joan the woman (133 min.) ; The romance of the redwoods (90 min.) ; The little American (65 min.) --
Disc 3: Old wives for new (ca. 72 min.) ; The whispering chorus (81 min.) ; Don't change your husband (79 min.) ; Male and female (115 min.) --
Disc 4: Why change your wife? (91 min.) ; The affairs of Anatol (117 min.) ; Manslaughter (100 min.) --
Disc 5: The road to yesterday (107 min.) ; The Volga boatman (120 min.).
|Other Titles:||Squaw man.
Joan the woman.
Romance of the redwoods.
Old wives for new.
Don't change your husband.
Male and female.
Why change your wife?
Affairs of Anatol.
Road to yesterday.
Miss Lulu Bett.
|Responsibility:||Passport International Entertainment, LLC.|
The Virginian: A cowboy must save his friend from the hangman's noose by exposing the real bad guy before he can get the girl.
Carmen: A poor cigarette girl falls for a bullfighter which drives her jealous guardian to murder.
The cheat: A two-timing wife hooks up with a wealthy but sadistic Japanese ivory baron.
Joan the woman: A soldier in World War I uncovers Joan of Arc's sword, leading to her appearance in a vision and the telling of her life story.
The romance of the redwoods: A naive New England girl moves out West and winds up falling for a stagecoach robber.
The little American: A young girl finds herself pursued by a German-American and a French-American during World War I, leading to international intrigue.
Old wives for new: An unhappy husband leaves his lazy wife for a younger woman who turns out to be involved in a murder.
The whispering chorus: An embezzler assumes the identity of a dead man-- but winds up being arrested for having murdered himself.
Don't change your husband: A frustrated housewife divorces her slob of a husband and marries another, only to find she's gone from the frying pan into the fire.
Male and female: A spoiled rich girl learns about the qualities that really matter when she's shipwrecked with her resourceful butler.
Why change your wife?: A wife is divorced by her frustrated husband after he meets a lovely woman.
The affairs of Anatol: Both husband and wife are two-timing each other in this DeMille comedy.
Manslaughter: A thrill-seeking society girl causes the death of a motorcycle cop and winds up sent to prison by her prosecutor-fiancé who later descends into alcoholism.
The road to yesterday: A frustrated wife realizes the reason she's sexually dysfunctional with her husband is that in an earlier life, during the reign of Elizabeth I, she was a gypsy who was burned at the stake.
The Volga boatman: A Russian Revolution tale concerning a princess who is engaged to a prince, but falls in love with a peasant.
- Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
- British -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Indian girls -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Cowboys -- Drama.
- Hanging -- Drama.
- Bullfighters -- Drama.
- Murder -- Drama.
- Wives -- Drama.
- Adultery -- Drama.
- Visions -- Drama.
- Joan, -- of Arc, Saint, -- 1412-1431 -- Drama.
- Girls -- Drama.
- Brigands and robbers -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- World War, 1914-1918 -- Drama.
- Husbands -- Drama.
- False personation -- Drama.
- Arrest -- Drama.
- Divorce -- Drama.
- Remarriage -- Drama.
- Shipwrecks -- Drama.
- Butlers -- Drama.
- Manslaughter -- Drama.
- Women prisoners -- Drama.
- Alcoholism -- Drama.
- Sexual disorders -- Drama.
- Reincarnation -- Drama.
- Princesses -- Russia -- Drama.
- Peasants -- Russia -- Drama.
- Man-woman relationship -- Drama.
- Cowhands -- Drama.
- Capital punishment -- Drama.
- Homicide -- Drama.
- Thieves -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Peasantry -- Russia -- Drama.