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Gaumont treasures Vol. 2, 1908-1916

Author: Emile CohlJean DurandJacques FeyderBret WoodPierre PhilippeAll authors
Publisher: New York : Kino International, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English : [Standard format], American ed.
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Over ten hours of films survey the short works of three pioneering French filmmakers from the Gaumont studio, including Emile Cohl, Jean Durand, and Jacques Feyder.
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Genre/Form: Silent films
Short films
Fiction films
Nonfiction films
Named Person: Emile Cohl; Jean Durand; Jacques Feyder
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Emile Cohl; Jean Durand; Jacques Feyder; Bret Wood; Pierre Philippe; Patrick Laviosa; Bernard Lubat; Kino International Corporation.; Gaumont Video (Firm); Gaumont (Firm)
OCLC Number: 711880837
Language Note: Silent films with musical soundtracks and English intertitles.
Notes: Title from container.
Films produced 1908-1916; collection originally released by Gaumont Vidéo in 2009.
Special features: DVD 2: Jean Durand 1882-1946 - mini-documentary, written by Pierre Philippe, recounts Durand's career; DVD 3: Phonoscenes - Three early synchronized-sound musical shorts; Gaumont in actualities - rare glimpses behind the scenes at Gaumont Studios ; Trichromie Films - Excerpts of Gaumont's revolutionary full-color process.
Credits: Music by Bernard Lubat (DVD 1), Patrick Laviosa (DVD 2) and Patrick Laviosa, Ben Model and Didier Goret (DVD 3).
Performer(s): Various performers.
Description: 3 videodiscs (ca. 10 hrs.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, NTSC.
Contents: DVD 1. Emile Cohl (190 min.). Fantasmagoria --
The puppet's nightmare --
Drama at the puppet's house --
The magic hoop --
The little soldier who became a god --
The Boutdebois brothers --
Transfigurations --
Let's be sporty --
Japanese fantasy --
The happy microbes --
Modern education --
The living fan --
Spanish Clair de Lune --
The next door neighbors --
Crowns --
Delicate porcelains --
Monsieur clown among the Lilliputians --
Comic mutations --
Matrimonial shoes --
The enchanted spectacles --
Affairs of the heart --
Floral frameworks --
The smile-o-scope --
Childish dreams --
En route --
The mind of the café waiter --
Master of a fashionable game --
Petit chantecler --
The twelve labors of Hercules --
Petit Faust --
The neo-Impressionist painter --
The four little tailors --
Art's infancy --
The mysterious fine arts --
The persistent salesman --
A history of hats --
Nothing is impossible for man --
Mr. Crack --
Bébé's masterpiece --
Music-mania. DVD 2. Jean Durand (203 min.). Comedies: Calino's baptism --
Calino wants to be a cowboy --
Zigoto and the affair of the necklace --
Calino the love tamer --
Zigoto's outing with friends --
Oxford vs. Martigues --
Onésime goes to hell --
Calino, station master --
Onésime, clockmaker --
Onésime vs. Onésime --
Zigoto drives a locomotive --
Onésime gets married... so does Calino --
Onésime: Calino's inheritance --
Onésime loves animals --
Onésime, trainer of men and horses --
Onésime and the heart of the gypsy --
Onésime, you'll get married... or else! --
Onésime's theatrical debut --
Onésime's family drama. Dramas: The railway of death --
Burning heart: an Indian tale --
Under the claw. DVD 3. Jacques Feyder and the early makers of French cinema (205 min.). Heads...and the women who use them ; Friendly advice ; Biscot on the wrong floor / Jacques Feyder --
The long arm of the law / Roméo Bosetti --
The barges / Georges-André Lacroix --
La marseillaise / Etienne Arnaud --
A drama of the air / René le Somptier --
Child's play / Henri Fescourt --
Feet and hands / Gaston Ravel --
A factory drama ; The pavements of Paris ; The fairy's farewell / anonymous films.
Other Titles: Emile Cohl.
Jean Durand.
Jacques Feyder and the early masters of French cinema.
Responsibility: Gaumont ; curated by Pierre Philippe.

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Over ten hours of films survey the short works of three pioneering French filmmakers from the Gaumont studio, including Emile Cohl, Jean Durand, and Jacques Feyder.

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Totaling more than ten hours, this fascinating three-disc cornucopia of over fifty short films is the second installment of Kino International’s historically invaluable project of making available early work produced by the venerable Gaumont Film Company that has until now largely remained unseen...
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