RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 236489218 LA Mostly silent with musical accompaniment, or in English or French. T1 Saved from the flames. 54 rare and restored films 1896-1944 Disc two Disc two A1 Sennett, Mack,, Chaplin, Charlie,, Anderson, Gilbert M.,, Laurel, Stan., Lord, Del,, Cohl, Emile,, Fleischer, Max,, Sarg, Tony,, Roth, Lillian,, Murphy, Dudley,, Léger, Fernand,, Ellington, Duke,, Armstrong, Louis,, Reinhardt, Django,, Grappelli, Stéphane., Pathé frères (France), Italia Film (Firm), Eclipse (Firm), Amalgamated Productions Inc., Keystone Film Company., Gaumont (Firm), Fleischer Studios Inc., Columbia Pictures., Ub Iwerks (Firm), Utica Normal and Industrial Institute of Mississippi., Jubilee Singers., Radio Corporation of America., Cotton Club., Orchestra., Hot Club de France., Quintette., Lobster Films (Firm), Flicker Alley (Firm), Blackhawk Films., PB Flicker Alley PP [Los Angeles, Calif.] YR 2008 SN 1893967344 9781893967342 AB Laughing like we used to: Seven comedies, including four restored from turn of the century Italy and France, a recently-discovered nitrate negative of Chaplin's first appearance in his "tramp" attire, a frenetic Mack Sennett gag fest with tin lizzies galore, and The Pest, starring an early Stan Laurel (before Hardy). Drawings and models: Six works of animation: Gaumont's Fantasmagorie (1908), three cartoons from the Fleischer Studios -- Cartoon Factory (1924), Ain't She Sweet (1932), and Play Safe (1936) -- Ub Iwerks' Balloonland (1935) featuring a new color restoration made from the original negatives, and a filmed performance by puppetry pioneer Tony Sarg. Grace notes: Rare early musical performances: Django Reinhardt with Stéphane Grapelli and the Quintet of the Hot Club of France, Duke Ellington and the Cotton Club Orchestra, Louis Armstrong in Copenhagen, and the Utica Jubilee Singers.