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The golden age of German cinema

Author: Emil JanningsGösta EkmanCamilla HornWilliam DieterleEdith JehanneAll authors
Publisher: [Chatsworth, CA] : Image Entertainment Inc., ©1996.
Series: Blackhawk Films collection.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc : Partial animation : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : German
Database:WorldCat
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Four films chosen to represent what the title implies, the "golden age of German cinema," which ran from the end of World War I, through the 1920s right up to the rise of Naziism and Hitler to power.
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Material Type: Partial animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Emil Jannings; Gösta Ekman; Camilla Horn; William Dieterle; Edith Jehanne; Brigitte Helm; Fritz Rasp; F W Murnau; G W Pabst; Walter Ruttmann; Image Entertainment (Firm); Fox-Europa (Firm)
OCLC Number: 34970380
Language Note: Title of, and credits for, each film in German; subtitles in English. Titles of sides 3-4 in English on videodisc labels and container: The love of Jeanne Ney. Title of sides 5-6 in English on videodisc labels and container: Opus 1; and, Berlin, the symphony of a city.
Notes: Three feature films in black-and-white live action; one short film in color animation.
Title from videodisc labels and container.
"From the Blackhawk Films collection"--Videodisc labels and container.
Faust was originally produced as a motion picture in 1926, Lustspiel Opus 1 in 1922, Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney and Berlin, die Symphonie der Grossstadt in 1927.
Credits: Music for Faust, Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney, and Berlin, die Symphonie der Grossstadt by Timothy Brock.
Cast: Faust: Emil Jannings, Gösta Ekman, Camilla Horn, Wilhelm Dieterle.
Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney: Edith Jehanne, Brigitte Helm, Fritz Rasp.
Description: 3 videodiscs (293 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 12 in.
Details: Digital stereo sound.; LaserDisc, NTSC, utilizing the CX noise reduction system.; Sides 1-5 extended play CLV, side 6 standard play CAV.
Contents: sides 1-2. Faust : ein deutsche Volkslage / Manuskript, Hans Kyser ; Regie, F.W. Murnau (116 min.) --
sides 3-4. Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney / [Regie, G.W. Pabst ; Manuskript, Ilya Ehrenberg, Ladislaus Vayda] (105 min.) --
sides 5-6. Lustspiel Opus 1 / von Walther Ruttmann (10 min.). Berlin, die Symphonie der Grossstadt : ein Film / von Walther Ruttmann (62 min.).
Series Title: Blackhawk Films collection.
Other Titles: Liebe der Jeanne Ney.
Love of Jeanne Ney.
Opus 1.
Berlin, the symphony of a city.
Faust (Motion picture)
Li︠u︡bov' Zhanny Neĭ (Motion picture).
Lustspiel Opus 1.
Berlin, die Symphonie der Grossstadt.

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Four films chosen to represent what the title implies, the "golden age of German cinema," which ran from the end of World War I, through the 1920s right up to the rise of Naziism and Hitler to power.

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