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Elusive DVD Proudly Presents Stanley Kubrick's Lost 1953 Classic
"FEAR AND DESIRE"
Stanley Kubrick's elusive "First" film. Elusive DVD is proud to present for the first
time anywhere Stanley Kubrick's first Feature length film "FEAR AND DESIRE".
The film was released in 1953 with very limited distribution. The film has rarely
been seen since 1953 and all known prints have been either lost or destroyed.
Elusive DVD has done the impossible and has located and restored a print of this
"elusive" film.
Available for the first time on DVD for $19.95
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Thomas Edison's Lost 1910 Classic
"Frankenstein"
The 1910 "FRANKENSTEIN" Film was created by Thomas Edison while
experimenting with special effects. It was the first film to be publicly banned
shortly after it's release on March 18,1910. Newspapers reported the film as
weird and "un-godly." Theater owners refused to show the blasphemous film.
This 1910 film was once thought to be lost forever and turned to dust. Every
Storehouse from the Film Institutes to the Library of Congress admits they
don't have this movie on their shelves. Elusive DVD has uncovered it and is
proud to offer it on DVD.

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Luis Buñuel & Salvador Dali's Landmark 1928 Film
"Un Chien Andalou "
Director Luis Buñuel and Master Artist Salvador Dali's Landmark 1928 Film. The
film consists of striking and irrational images designed to shock and provoke. The
images in "Un Chien" horrify even today. During the course of the film, we witness a
close-up of a woman's eye being slashed open with a razor; a man dragging a piano,
two bishops, and a pair of rotting asses across a room; ants swarming around a hole in
a man's palm; and sundry severed limbs and gratuitous slayings. Though this was
originally a silent film, Buñuel later added a recorded score consisting of "Liebestod"
from Wagner's opera "Tristan und Isolde" and a number of popular Tangos of the
time. This is one of the most important films in Cinema's History.
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The Master Collection
George Melies
A TRIP TO THE MOON
Le Voyage A Travers L'Impossible
The Untamable Whiskers
The Cook In Trouble
Tchin-Chao-The Chinese Conjurer
The Wonderful Living Fan
The Mermaid
The Living Playing Cards
The Black IMP
The Enchanted Sedan Chair
The Scheming Gamblers Paradise
The Hilarious Posters
The Mysterious Retort
The Eclipse-The Courtship of the Sun & Moon
Good Glue Sticks
Long Distance Wireless Photography

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Animations First Star
"Felix The Cat"
FELINE FOLLIES (1919)
FELIX SAVES THE DAY (1922)
FELIX IN HOLLYWOOD (1923)
FELIX DOPES IT OUT (1924)
FUTURITZY (1928)
COMICALAMITIES (1928)
FELIX WOOS WHOOPEE (1930)


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The Original 1914 Classic
"SPARTACUS"
Long before Kirk Douglas this was the screen version that most
people were familiar with. This 1914 Italian film has Circus Maximus
hero and war hero Spartacus leading the gladiator's revolt, clearing
himself of false murder charges and trying to win the hand of his
lady love. Quite well done with good acting from mostly uncredited
performers. Lavish crowd and battle scenes make this one of the
first screen spectacles.



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The 1912 Expoitation Films
"TITANIC"
When The Titanic sank in 1912 a number of films where  produced  by
independents to cash in on this tragic event. The first on this video Captain
Smith of The Titanic shows Smith walking the bridge of The Titanic 's Sister ship
made to look like the Titanic. Also included is footage of Titanic crew survivors
arriving in New York as well as shots of the Carpathia's Captain and Crew. The
Second film, superior to the first and more accurate, is called "Titanic Leaving
Belfast Lough". The Third film is a late '20's, untitled newsreel, that shows
scenes from the first film and added narration and additional footage of an
annual memorial.



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