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Monday, September 6, 2010

1927

Tretya meshchanskaya / Bed and Sofa (Abram Room
TOP TIER:
7th Heaven (Frank Borzage)
College (Buster Keaton and James Horne)
The Love of Jeanne Ney (G. W. Pabst)
Metropolis (Fritz Lang)
Napoléon (Abel Gance)
The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (Ernst Lubitsch)
Sunrise (F.W. Murnau)
Underworld (Josef von Sternberg)

ALSO ESSENTIAL:
After Midnight (Monta Bell)
Barbed Wire (Rowland V. Lee)
Bed and Sofa (Abram Room)
The Beloved Rogue (Alan Crosland)
Berlin: Symphony of a Great City (Walter Ruttmann)
The Chess Player (Raymond Bernard)
Don't Tell Everything (Leo McCarey)
The End of St. Petersburg (Vsevolod Pudovkin)
The Girl With the Hatbox (Boris Barnet)
La glace à trois faces (Jean Epstein)
Hindle Wakes (Maurice Elvey)
Hotel Imperial (Mauritz Stiller)
It (Clarence Badger)
The Kid Brother (Ted Wilde and J.A. Howe)
The King of Kings (Cecil B. DeMille)
The Lodger (Alfred Hitchcock)
London After Midnight (Tod Browning)
Long Pants (Frank Capra)
The Love of Zero (William Cameron Menzies and Robert Florey)
Man, Woman and Sin (Monta Bell)
The Monkey Talks (Raoul Walsh) [missing reels]
My Best Girl (Sam Taylor)
Paid to Love (Howard Hawks)
Quality Street (Sidney Franklin)
The Red Mill (Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle)
The Ring (Alfred Hitchcock)
Spiritual Constructions (Oskar Fischinger)
Sur un air de Charleston (Jean Renoir)
The Town Rat and the Country Rat (Wladyslaw Starewicz)
Tracked by the Police (Ray Enright)
The Unknown (Tod Browning)
Upstream (John Ford)
Wax Experiments (Oskar Fischinger)
West Point (Edward Sedgwick)
Wings (William A. Wellman)

7th Heaven (Frank Borzage)







2 comments:

Robert said...

Hello once more, For '27, Mona Bell's Man, Woman and Sin is one of the best and among the essentials are Sidney Franklin's Quality Street and Lubitsch's The Student Prince. Bob

Jaime said...

Thanks for those, Robert. I'll have to ask around about MAN, WOMAN, AND SIN. I've never heard of it and know little of Monta Bell. Intrigued, to say the least.