Two French-produced documentaries celebrate the early years of cinematic innovation, employing rare film footage from archives around the world to chronicle the infancy of both sound and color in motion pictures. The programs featured are "Learning to Talk" (2003) and "Movies Dream in Color" (2004). Among the many bonus materials, film fans will find a 1927 interview with Arthur Conan Doyle, hand-painted Lumière films, color footage of the Marx Brothers, and more. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Two-disc set.