European Silent Films on Video: A Critical Guide

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McFarland, Apr 11, 2011 - Performing Arts - 528 pages
This book is a critical encyclopedia of silent European films currently available on DVD, laser disc, and VHS. It provides concise and accurate summaries of the films, evaluates the quality of the prints, discusses the changing reputations of both films and filmmakers, and considers how the techniques developed during the silent period continue to influence filmmaking today. The book cites contemporary and recent criticism of the films and includes an extensive bibliography as well as a list of films by director. Numerous photos are also included.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
A Note on the Credits
7
Films Listed by Director
9
Part I European Silent Films
19
Part II Lumière Méliès and MitchellKenyon Films
435
Bibliography
489
Index
499
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The late William B. Parrill was an emeritus professor of English and communication at Southeastern Louisiana University. He was a founding editor of the journal Louisiana Literature and wrote extensively on films and contemporary literature.

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