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Found At "Mostly Lost": Volume 2
Format: DVD Genre: Drama-Classics, Drama-Classics (Silent Films)
Found At "Mostly Lost": Volume 2

Found At "Mostly Lost": Volume 2

Format: DVD Genre: Drama-Classics, Drama-Classics (Silent Films)
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Since the Library of Congress established its annual Mostly Lost workshop in 2012, film archivists and fans have participated in the identification of preserved silent and early sound films that are missing their main titles. These once-unidentified treasures--including comedies, dramas, newsreels, and actuality films--feature new musical scores by Ben Model, Philip Carli, and Andrew Simpson, the live accompanists at the Mostly Lost screenings.

Includes "Adolph Zink" (1903), "And the Villain Still Pursued Her, Or the Author’s Dream" (1906), "The Faithful Dog, Or True to the End" (1907), "The Falling Arrow" (1909), "In the Tall Grass Country" (1910) with Francis Ford and Edith Storey, "The Noodle Nut" (1921) with Billy Bletcher, "Fresh Fish" (1922), "Do Me a Favor" (1922) with Snub Pollard, "Derby Day" (1922) with Monty Banks, and "The Sunshine Spreader" (1920s). 116 min. total. Silent with music score. Standard; Soundtrack: music score.

Studio: Undercrank Prod
Release Date: 10/30/2018
Item #: 2104970X
UPC #: 086547023191
Attributes: Manufactured on Demand
Product Type: DVD

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