Films & Other Videos
Films with: Brand, Neil
- Charley Chase collection
- Mum's the word: Charley poses as a butler for his his newly remarried mother. Long fliv the king: Having to marry within 24 hours or she won't become Queen, a Princess looks for any man who will say yes. April fool: See what happens when you tell someone that they can't be tricked on April Fool's Day. Mighty like a Moose: A couple with outrageous facial features transforms themselves so even they can't recognize each other. Crazy like a fox: Two capitalists arrange a marriage between their children. All wet: While driving to meet a train, Charley gets into some car trouble.
- DVD 3185
- Keaton plus
- In this exclusive collection of cinematic treasures, Kino on video, pays homage to the lesser-known works of the screen's most inventive comedian. Film historian John Bengtson has prepared an interactive tour of locations where Keaton's films were shot. An extensive photo gallery reveals family snapshots, images from Keaton's vaudeville years, fascinating behind-the-scenes stills and more. Also features Ten girls ago, a musical never completed or released providing the opportunity for Buster Keaton, Bert Lahr and Eddie Foy, Jr. to make a comeback with the help of pop star Dion. The short rough cut was assembled to court potential investors.
- DVD 9114
- Valentine Wilmot, the owner of the popular Picadilly Club finds his lead male attraction, Victor Smiles, has quit and that the public has judged Victor's partner Mabel as over the hill. Though they are lovers, Valentine must find another dancer to replace Mabel or face an uncertain future.
- DVD 3559
- Having defined the espionage genre with Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler, Fritz Lang returned to the genre with this surprisingly fast-paced and remarkably grim thriller. Rudolf Klein-Rogge starts as Haghi, the head of an elaborate criminal empire, and Willy Fritsch is the undercover agent assigned to topple the diabolical king from his throne. Filled with the sexual intrigue and high-tech gadgetry that continue to define the genre, SPIES (Spione) remains remarkably contemporary, more than 85 years after its original release.
- DVD 12280