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|Document Type:||Visual material|
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Douglas Fairbanks; Marguerite De La Motte; Adolphe Menjou; Julanne Johnston; Snitz Edwards; Enid Bennett; Walter Beery; Lupe Vélez; Geraine Greear; Fred Niblo; Edward Knoblock; Louis Moreau Gottschalk; Raoul Walsh; Arthur Edeson; Victor Schertzinger; Allan Dwan; Gaylord Carter; Richard Jones; Tony Gaudio; Sydney Jill Lehman; Alexandre Dumas; United Artists Corporation.; Kino International Corporation.; Image Entertainment (Firm)
|Notes:||Three Musketeers based on the book by Alexandre Dumas.
Robin Hood is color-tinted.
Three Musketeers originally released as a motion picture by United Artists in 1921; Thief of Bagdad, in 1924; Robin Hood, in 1922; and Gaucho, in 1928.
|Credits:||(Three Musketeers) Director, Fred Niblo ; screenplay, Edward Knoblock ; score by Louis F. Gottschalk.
(Thief of Bagdad) Director, Raoul Walsh ; screenplay, Elton Thomas (Fairbanks) ; photography, Arthur Edeson ; music, Gaylord Carter.
(Robin Hood) Director, Allan Dwan ; screenplay, Elton Thomas (Fairbanks) ; photography, Arthur Edeson ; music, Victor Schertzinger.
(Gaucho) Director, F. Richard Jones ; screenplay, Elton Thomas (Fairbanks) ; photography, Tony Gaudio ; music, Sydney Jill Lehman.
|Cast:||(Three Musketeers) Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite de la Motte, Adlophe Menjou.
(Thief of Bagdad) Douglas Fairbanks, Julanne Johnston, Snitz Edwards.
(Robin Hood) Douglas Fairbanks, Enid Bennett, Wallace Beery.
(Gaucho) Douglas Fairbanks, Lupe Velez, Geraine Greear.
|Description:||4 laser discs (572 min.) : si., black and white, color ; 12 in. + program notes|
|Details:||Laser optical discs, CLV; digital stereo sound.|
|Contents:||Three Musketeers (side 1-2) --
Robin Hood (sides 3-4) --
Thief of Bagdad (sides 5-7, chap. 5) --
Gaucho (sides 7, chap. 6-side 8).
|Other Titles:||Three Musketeers.
Thief of Bagdad.
Douglas Fairbanks, Senior collection
Thief of Bagdad (Motion picture : 1924)
Thief of Bagdad: A carefree pickpocket turns his appealing brand of thievery toward the attainment of happiness ... and an exotic Princiess. The only way he can win either is by retrieving the rarest treasures hidden within the mysterious Orient, a quest that grows more fantastic with every passing thrill.
Robin Hood: The Earl of Huntington is a valiant and noble knight who woos the gentle Lady Marian. When King RIchard, Huntington and a band of warriors embark on a crusade to Paelstine, Richard's conniving brother John assumes the throne and turns the once-idyllic kingdom into a Dante-esque sty of corruption. In the darkest hour, Huntington is transfigured into Robin Hood, who leaps to the battlements against John, the Sheriff of Notingham and all who stand in the way of justice.
Gaucho: A reckless, ne'er-do-well adventurer finds himself in the City of the Miracle, a colossal shrine carved in a mountainside which houses a young girl gifted with the power to heal. When the shrine is robbed by a pack of bandits, the roguish gaucho becomes its unlikely savior.