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Gaumont treasures, 1897-1913

Author: Alice GuyLouis FeuilladeLéonce PerretPierre PhilippeBret WoodAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Kino International, ©2009, 2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : American ed.View all editions and formats
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This collection looks at three pioneering French filmmakers from the Gaumont studio, Alice Guy, Louis Feuillade and Léonce Perret, with both extensive examples of their work, and short biographies (in the cases of Feuillade and Perret).
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction films
Feature films
Documentary films
Silent films
Short films
Named Person: Alice Guy; Louis Feuillade; Léonce Perret
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Guy; Louis Feuillade; Léonce Perret; Pierre Philippe; Bret Wood; Patrick Laviosa; Philippe Dubosson; Sorties d'Artistes (Musical group); Gaumont Video (Firm); Kino International Corporation.; Gaumont (Firm); Cinémathèque française.
OCLC Number: 429915190
Language Note: Disc menu in English ; provenance notes in English ; individual film titles in English and French ; English intertitles.
Notes: Silent films with musical soundtracks.
Originally released in 2008.
Production credits from containers.
Each disc features indexes by year and title.
Credits: DVD 1: Music by Sorties d'Artistes, except for 'The birth, the life and the death of Christ': music by Patrick Laviosa.
DVD 2: Music by Patrick Laviosa.
DVD 3: Music by Philippe Dubosson.
Performer(s): Starring various actors and actresses and performers; films curated by Pierre Philippe.
Description: 3 videodiscs (ca. 625 min.) : sd., b&w w/ col. seq. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; NTSC ; fullscreen presentation ; stereo.
Contents: 1. Alice Guy (ca. 215 min.) --
2. Louis Feuillade (ca. 224 min.) --
3. Léonce Perret (ca. 186 min.). DVD 1. The fisherman at the stream ( Le Pêcheur dans le torrent) (1897) --
Bathing in a stream ( Baignade dans un torrent) (1897) --
Serpentine dance by Mme. Bob Walter ( Bob Walter, Danse serpentine) (1897) --
The turn-of-the-century blind man ( L'Aveugle fin de siècle) (1898) --
At the hypnotist's ( Chez le magnétiseur) (1898) --
The burglars ( Les Cambrioleurs) (1898) --
Disappearing act ( Scène d'escamotage) (1898) --
Surprise attack on a house at daybreak ( Surprise d'une maison au petit jour) (1898) --
At the club ( Au cabaret) (1899) --
Wonderful absinthe ( La bonne absinthe) (1899) --
Avenue de l'Opera (1900) --
Automated hat-maker and sausage-grinder ( Chapellerie et charcuterie automatiques) (1900) --
At the photographer's ( Chez le photographe) (1900) --
Dance of the seasons: winter, snow dance ( Danse des saissons: L'Hiver, danse de la neige) (1900) --
The landlady ( La Concierge) (1900) --
Turn-of-the-century surgery ( Chirurgie fin de siècle) (1900) --
Pierrette's escapades ( Les Fredaines de Pierette) (1900) --
At the floral ball, featuring Miss Lally and Miss Julyett of the Olympia ( Mesdemoiselles Lally et Julyett de l'Olympia, au bal de flore) (1900) --
The cabbage-patch fairy ( La Fée aux choux) (1900) --
Serpentine dance by Lina Esbrard ( Lina Esbrard, Danse serpentine) (1902) --
Midwife to the upper class ( Sage-femme de première classe) (1902) --
An untimely intrusion ( Intervention malencontreuse) (1902) --
Miss Dundee and her performing dogs ( Miss Dundee et ses chiens savants) (1902) --
How monsieur takes his bath ( Comment Monsieur prend son bain) (1903) --
Faust and Mephistopheles ( Faust et Méphistophélès) (1903) --
The O'Mers in 'The Bricklayers' ( Les O'Mers dans 'Les Maçons') (1905) --
The statue ( La statue) (1905) --
The magician's alms ( La Charité du prestidigitateur) (1905) --
Clown, dog and balloon (aka Dog playing ball) ( Clown, chien et ballon; Chien jouant à la balle) (1905) --
Spain ( Espagne) (1905) --
The tango ( Le Tango) (1905) --
The Malagueña and the bullfighter ( La Malagueña et le torero) (1905) --
Cook & Rilly's trained rooster ( Le Coq dressé de Cook et Rilly) (1905) --
Cake walk, performed by Nouveau Cirque ( Le Cake Walk du Nouveau Cirque) (1905) --
Alice Guy films a 'Phonoscène' in the studio at Buttes-Chaumont, Paris ( Alice Guy tourne une phonoscène sur le théâtre de pose des Buttes-Chaumont) (1905) --
Saharet performs the Bolero (Saharet, Boléro) (1905) --
Polin performs 'The anatomy of a draftee' by E. Rimbault and E. Spencer (Polin, L'Anatomie du conscrit) (1905) --
Dranem performs 'The true jiu-jitsu' by P. Briollet & G. Fabri / C. D'Orviet ( Dranem, Le Vrai Jiu-jitsu) (1905) --
Dranem performs 'Five o'clock tea' by J. Combe / r D. Berniaux ( Dranem, Five O'clock tea) (1905) --
Félix Mayol performs 'Indiscreet questions' by A. Trébitsch & G. de Nola / G. Maquis (Félix Mayol, Questions indiscrètes) (1905) --
Félix Mayol performs 'The Trottins' polka' by A. Trèbitsch / H. Christiné ( Félix Mayol, La Polka des trottins) (1905) --
Félix Mayol performs 'White lilacs' by Théodore Botrel (Félix Mayol, Lilas-Blanc) (1905) --
The birth, the life and the death of Christ ( La Naissance, la vie et la mort du Christ) (1906) --
An obstacle course ( Une course d'obstacle) (1906) --
Madame's cravings ( Madame a des envies) (1906) --
A sticky woman ( Une femme collante) (1906) --
The hierarchies of love ( La Hiérarchie dans l'amour) (1906) --
The cruel mother ( La Marâtre) (1906) --
A story well spun ( Une histoire roulante) (1906) --
The drunken mattress ( Le Matelas épeliptique) (1906) --
The parish priest's Christmas ( Le Noël de Monsieur le curé) (1906) --
The truth behind the ape-man ( La vérité sur l'homme-singe) (1906) --
The consequences of feminism ( Les Résultats du féminisme) (1906) --
Ocean studies ( Effets de mer) (1906) --
The game-keeper's son ( Le Fils du garde-chasse) (1906) --
The race for the sausage ( La course à la saucisse) (1907) --
The glue ( La glu) (1907) --
The fur hat ( Le bonnet à poil) (1907) --
The cleaning man ( La frotteur) (1907) --
A four-year-old hero ( Une héroïne de quatre ans) (1907) --
The rolling bed ( Le lit à roulettes) (1907) --
The irresistible piano ( Le piano irrésistible) (1907) --
On the barricade ( Sur la barricade) (1907) --
The dirigible 'Homeland' ( La ballon dirigeable 'Le Patrie') (1907). DVD 2. The colonel's account ( Le Récit du colonel) (1907) --
A very fine lady ( Une dame vraiment bien) / ([in collaboration with] Romeo Bosetti) (1908) --
Spring ( Le printemps) (1909) --
The fairy of the surf ( Le Fée des grèves) (1909) --
Custody of the child ( Possession de l'enfant) (1909) --
The defect ( La tare) (1911) --
The Roman orgy ( L'Orgie romaine) (1911) --
The trust, or the battles for money ( Le trust, ou les batailles de l'argent) (1911) --
The heart and the money ( Le Coeur et l'argent)/ ([in collaboration with] Léonce Perret) (1912) --
The obsession ( La hantise) (1912) --
Tragic error ( Erreur tragique) (1913) --
Bout de Zan steals an elephant ( Bout de Zan vole un éléphant) (1913) --
The agony of Byzance ( L'Agonie de Byzance) (1913) --
Special feature : Louis Feuillade: Master of many forms (ca. 11 min.). DVD 3. The mystery of the rocks of Kador = Le mystère des roches de Kador (ca. 44 min., 1912, hand-tinted) --
The child of Paris ( L'enfant de Paris) / written and directed by Léonce Perret ; photography, Georges Specht (ca. 124 min., 1913) --
Special feature: 'Léonce Perret: The filmmaker's filmmaker' (ca. 18 min.).
Other Titles: Alice Guy.
Louis Feuillade.
Léonce Perret.
Responsibility: Gaumont Video ; Kino International ; Gaumont ; Cinémathèque Française ; curated by Pierre Philippe.

Abstract:

This collection looks at three pioneering French filmmakers from the Gaumont studio, Alice Guy, Louis Feuillade and Léonce Perret, with both extensive examples of their work, and short biographies (in the cases of Feuillade and Perret).

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