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    The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore (2011)

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    The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore (2011)

    After a hurricane levels his city, a young man wanders into a mysterious library where books literally come to life. Inspired, in equal measures, by Hurricane Katrina, Buster Keaton, The Wizard of Oz, and a love for books, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is a poignant, humorous allegory about the curative powers of story. Using a variety of techniques (miniatures, computer animation, 2D animation) award winning author/ illustrator William Joyce and Co-director Brandon Oldenburg present a hybrid style of animation that harkens back to silent films and MGM Technicolor musicals. Morris Lessmore is old fashioned and cutting edge at the same time.

    $15.00
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    The Thieving Hand (1908)

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    The Thieving Hand (1908)

    A one-armed street peddler notices that a well-to-do man has dropped his ring, and the peddler returns it to him. The wealthy man is very grateful, and to show his appreciation he takes the peddler to a ‘Limb Store’, where he pays for a new arm to be attached where his own is missing. But the man soon finds out that his new arm seems to have a will of its own, as it does some things that cause him considerable embarrassment.

    $25.00
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    No Neck Joe (1996)

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    No Neck Joe (1996)

    Joe dreams of having a neck in this short animation

    $15.00
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    A Busy Day (1914)

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    A Busy Day (1914)

    A jealous wife (Chaplin) is chasing her unfaithful husband during a parade, after he starts to flirt with a pretty woman.

    $25.00
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    The Goat (1921)

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    The Goat (1921)

    A series of adventures begins when Buster is mistaken for Dead Shot Dan, the evil bad guy.

    $25.00
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    Film (1965)

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    Film (1965)

    A twenty-minute, almost totally silent film (no dialogue or music, one ‘shhh!’) in which Buster Keaton attempts to evade observation by an all-seeing eye. But, as the film is based around Bishop Berkeley’s principle ‘esse est percipi’ (to be is to be perceived), Keaton’s very existence conspires against his efforts. This was Samuel Beckett’s only venture into the medium of cinema.

    $25.00
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    Three Ages (1923)

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    Three Ages (1923)

    “The Three Ages,” Buster Keaton’s first feature-length film after a number of comedy shorts, is his parody of Griffith’s “Intolerance.” Keaton tells three parallel stories about the perils of romance, one set in the Stone Age, one during the Roman Empire, and one during the 20th century.

    $25.00
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    Show People (1928)

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    Show People (1928)

    Peggy Pepper arrives in Hollywood, from Georgia, to become a great dramatic star. Things do not go entirely according to plan.

    $25.00
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    While Paris Sleeps (1923)

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    While Paris Sleeps (1923)

    Lon Chaney plays a Parisian sculptor who falls in love with his model (Mildred Manning). She, however, cares nothing for him. The film is considered lost.

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    Meshes of the Afternoon (1943)

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    Meshes of the Afternoon (1943)

    A woman returning home falls asleep and has vivid dreams that may or may not be happening in reality. Through repetitive images and complete mismatching of the objective view of time and space, her dark inner desires play out on-screen.

    $25.00
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    Safety Last! (1923)

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    Safety Last! (1923)

    When a store clerk organizes a contest to climb the outside of a tall building, circumstances force him to make the perilous climb himself.

    $25.00
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    Carmencita (1894)

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    Carmencita (1894)

    The first woman to appear in front of an Edison motion picture camera and possibly the first woman to appear in a motion picture within the United States. In the film, Carmencita is recorded going through a routine she had been performing at Koster & Bial’s in New York since February 1890.

    $25.00
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