Retour de Flamme (Vol 1) - The Fabulous Days of the Early Cinema DVD
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Produced in 1895-1942
Main Language - ENGLISH/SILENT
The Retour de Flamme collection got its name from a daunting challenge - to save from the flames early films shot on inflammable nitrate stock, and to make these rare treasures available to the biggest possible audience. Volume 1 features Leaving the Factory, Train Pulling into a Station and Card Game (Lumière, 1895-97), Louis Lumière Talks (1948), Stolen Jools (1931), The Rajah's Box (1906), Titanic (1912), Kid Auto Races in Venice (1914), Meet Me Down at Coney Isle (1932), Chess Fever (Pudovkin, 1925), The Fireman Of The Folies Bergere (1928), Women Who Worry (Dulac, 1930), Tulips Shall Grow (1942), Mighty Like a Moose (McCarey, 1926), The Man Who Ate Bull Meat (1935) and the first episode of The Flight Around The World (1924).
Length: 150 mins
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 6th November 2006
Cat No: QLDVD6885