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  • blueorchid99999
    Oct 16, 2002
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      heeee, happily the girl I'm staying with has the very-expensive setup
      to do just that ;D --jenny


      --- In thenewcovenoflouisebrooks@y..., nutsaboutclara <no_reply@y...>
      wrote:
      > Good luck on finding a burner that does just that!
      >
      > -Dario.
      >
      >
      > --- In thenewcovenoflouisebrooks@y..., blueorchid99999
      > <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > > So...I'm going to England in a few days and I'll have access to a
      > > burner that can burn video to DVD. I want to burn silent films
      and
      > > sell them, since so many are public domain, and they are so
      > difficult
      > > to find. I'm doing this so I can get by in England, since I'm not
      > > allowed to work. I'm charging $9 per VCD and $11 per DVD--postage
      > is
      > > included in these prices ;)
      > > I can't bring everything I have over there, not enough room in
      > > luggage. So I'm going to post my list of films in the movie
      > > communities, and see what draws the most interest. PLEASE PLEASE
      > > look at the list and email me at gigglesmagnolia@a... with the
      > > list of what you would like, and your contact info. Thanks!
      > >
      > > The List:
      > >
      > > listing supporting actors to the best of my memory ;) )
      > >
      > > CLARA BOW:
      > >
      > > Wings (1927, with Buddy Rogers and Richard Arlen)
      > > It (1927, with Antonio Moreno)
      > > Mantrap (1926, with Ernest Torrence. Directed by Victor Fleming,
      > who
      > > directed Gone with the Wind twelve years later!)
      > > Free to Love (1925, with Lawrence Gray)
      > > My Lady of Whims (1925, with Lawrence Gray)
      > > (talkies):
      > > The Wild Party (1929, with Fredric March)
      > > Dangerous Curves (1930, with Kay Francis)
      > > Call Her Savage (1931, Gilert Roland???)
      > >
      > > LOUISE BROOKS:
      > >
      > > Diary of a Lost Girl (German, 1928, dir. by G.W. Pabst)
      > > Love Em and Leave Em (1925, with Eleanor Boardman)
      > >
      > > THEDA BARA:
      > >
      > > A Fool There Was (1914)
      > >
      > > RUDOLPH VALENTINO:
      > >
      > > The Sheik (1921, Vilma Banky)
      > > Son of the Shiek (1926, Agnes Ayres)
      > > Blood and Sand (1922, Nita Naldi, Lila Lee)
      > > Monsieur Beaucaire (1924, Bebe Daniels)
      > >
      > > ERICH VON STROHEIM:
      > >
      > > Foolish Wives (1922, Mae Busch)
      > > The Wedding March (1927, Fay Wray)
      > > Queen Kelly (1928--Gloria Swanson--famously never completed, so
      the
      > > story is wrapped up with stills and narration of what was going
      to
      > > happen)
      > >
      > > DW Griffith:
      > >
      > > Intolerance (1916, Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh, Robert Harron,
      > Constance
      > > Talmadge)
      > >
      > > CECIL B. DEMILLE:
      > >
      > > Male and Female (1919, Gloria Swanson, Thomas Meighan, Lila Lee.
      > > Fine use of tinting.)
      > > The Road to Yesterday (William Boyd, Joseph Schildkraut, Jetta
      > > Goudal, Vera Reynolds. Time Travel!!!)
      > >
      > > MARY PICKFORD:
      > >
      > > Poor Little Rich Girl (1917)
      > > The Little American (1917, Jack Holt)
      > > My Best Girl (1927, Buddy Rogers, her future husband ;) Fine use
      of
      > > tinting)
      > > Coquette (1929--her first sound film)
      > >
      > > CHARLIE CHAPLIN:
      > >
      > > The Gold Rush (1924, Georgia Hale)
      > >
      > > GRETA GARBO:
      > >
      > > Joyless Street (1925, dir. by G.W. Pabst)
      > > The Saga of Gosta Berling (1924, dir. by Maurice Stiller)
      > >
      > > F.W. MURNAU:
      > >
      > > Nosferatu (1922, Max Schreck)
      > > Faust (1926, Emil Jannings)
      > >
      > > OTHERS:
      > >
      > > Ben Hur (1927, Ramon Navarro, Betty Bronson, May McAvoy, Francis
      X.
      > > Bushman. Uses an early form of color in some scenes--more
      advanced
      > > than tinteing, but not technicolor yet--believe it was called two-
      > > strip color)
      > >
      > > Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde (1920, John Barrymore and Martha
      Mansfield)
      > >
      > > Outside the Law (1920, Lon Chaney, and directed by Tod Browing,
      > > famous for making Freaks, some ten years later!)
      > >
      > > The Lost World (1925, Wallace Beery, Bessie Love. Early attempt
      to
      > > make a dinosaur movie ;) )
      > >
      > > Keystone Comedies Vol. 1-3 (9 Keystone shorts, all made in 1915
      by
      > > Mack Sennett. Lots of Fatty Arbuckle, and Mabel Normand is in
      some
      > > of them)
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