Post by Feologild Oakes on May 24, 2020 0:57:21 GMT
Roundhay Garden Scene (1888) Traffic Crossing Leeds Bridge (1888) Rough Sea at Dover (1895) Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (1896) The Kiss (1896) Seminary Girls (1897) Le voyage dans la lune (1902) The Great Train Robbery (1903) Alice in Wonderland (1903) The Life of Christ (1906) An Unseen Enemy (1912) Les Vampires (1915) The Birth of a nation (1915) Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) Broken Blossoms (1919)
I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity.
"Learn from me, if not by my precepts, at least by my example, how dangerous is the acquirement of knowledge and how much happier that man is who believes his native town to be the world, than he who aspires to become greater than his nature will allow." Frankenstein
Roundhay Garden Scene is an 1888 short silent actuality film recorded by French inventor Louis Le Prince. Filmed at Oakwood Grange in Roundhay, Leeds, in the north of England. The footage is believed to be the oldest surviving film in existence.
Fantomas (1913) Juve Against Fantomas (1913) Le mort qui tue (1913) Traffic in Souls (1913) Fantomas Against Fantomas (1914) Le faux magistrat (1914) Flirting with Fate (1916) His Picture in the Papers (1916) Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) The World and the Woman (1916) A Modern Musketeer (1917) Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917) Wild and Woolly (1917) Mickey (1918) Shoulder Arms (1918) The Oyster Princess (1919) The Busher (1919) The Hoodlum (1919) Die Puppe (1919) True Heart Susie (1919) When the Clouds Roll by (1919)
I have not. I do however have a silent film I snagged from TCM called The Dragon Painter from 1919.
After that, the eldest movies I've seen are Nosferatu, A Page of Madness, Pandora's Box...a few others. The Passion of Joan of Arc.
It's kind of a sensitive subject to get into since we're varying ages of people, but yes it will be interesting in another 10- 20 years when more big movies reach their 100th year. Before you know it, you'll be watching 100 year old Casablanca, Wizard of Oz, Gone with the Wind, etc.
Don't worry, I'll die too. People born today might get to the stage where they get to watch a 100 year old Bloodsport or The Terminator.
Post by moviebuffbrad on May 26, 2020 22:38:34 GMT
Roundhay Garden Scene (1888) Traffic Crossing Leeds Bridge (1888) The Arrival of a Train (1896) A Trip to the Moon (1902) Edison's Frankenstein (1910) In Night and Ice (1912) Birth of a Nation (1915) The Cabinet of Dr Caligula (1920)
And at least one Chaplin movie, but now sure which.