Kino Lorber 2018-19 Home Video Catalog - Page 101



Leading Ladies of the Silent Era
LILLIAN GISH
EARLY CINEMA
LOUISE BROOKS
Beggars of Life
William A. Wellman
Broken Blossoms
BEGGARS OF LIFE
D.W. Griffith
An American silent film classic,
BEGGARS OF LIFE stars Louise
Brooks as Nancy, a young woman
who flees from her violent stepfather
and hides by dressing like a boy. After befriending a kind drifter, Jim
(Richard Arlen), she enters the exciting and dangerous underground
world of the city’s homeless men,
and she quickly finds herself fighting
for her life.
BROKEN BLOSSOMS
The heartbreaking story of a waterfront waif
(Lillian Gish) from the Limehouse district of
London who escapes the abuse of her father
(Donald Crisp) through a doomed relationship with a Chinese Immigrant (Richard Barthelmess). DVD Extras: Filmed intro by Lillian
Gish. • Mastered from 35MM neg.
U.S. 1919. 76 min. Color Tinted.
DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
USA. 1928. 81 min. B&W. English.
Blu-ray $29.95 Sale $19.99 DVD $19.95 Sale $17.97
CLARA BOW
Louis Gasnier
PARISIAN LOVE
In this charming tale set in the posh restaurants
and seedy slums of Paris, a clever girl of the
streets vows romantic revenge upon the wealthy
man who shot her lover.
Elmer Clifton
DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS
A thrilling drama set among the whaling ships
of Massachusetts is also notable as being the
first film appearance of Clara Bow. DOWN TO
THE SEA won audiences with its engaging romance and pictorialization of the rugged realities of life off the shores of New Bedford.
PARISIAN LOVE: U.S. 1925. 62 min. Tinted.
SHIPS: US. 1922. Approx. 90 min. Color Tinted.
DOUBLE-FEATURE DVD $29.95 Special Price $14.99
GRETA GARBO
Mauritz Stiller
BESTSELLER! THE
SAGA OF GÖSTA BERLING
This tale of a defrocked priest’s illicit passion for a married woman delivered its star
Greta Garbo to the world (and subsequently,
to Hollywood). Often shown in dramatically
butchered incarnations, this version restores
40 minutes of footage to one of Stiller’s final
films. DVD extras included.
Sweden. 1924. 184 min. B&W. English intertitles.
DVD $29.95 Special Price $14.99
“A MAJOR WORK OF CINEMA, one of the defining
entries in the filmographies and biographies of both
its director and star.” - Criterion Cast
G.W. Pabst
DIARY OF
A LOST GIRL
The final film collaboration of actress Louise
Brooks and G.W. Pabst (Pandora’s Box). Brooks
plays a naive woman who is seduced by her father’s assistant, only to be disowned and sent to
a home for wayward girls. She escapes, searches
for her child, and ends up in a high-class brothel, only to turn the tables on the society which
had abused her.
Germany. 1929. 112 min. B&W. German intertitles with optional English subtitles.
Blu-ray $29.95 Sale $17.97 DVD $24.95 Sale Sale $11.97
GLORIA SWANSON
Allan Dwan
ZAZA
Gloria Swanson is all flounce and swagger as Zaza,
a street gamine turned music hall star, strutting
her stuff and tossing off quips and taunts. Over
the course of the film she engages in knock-down
drag-out cat fights, playful love scenes, nurses a
broken heart, and evolves into a dignified woman. Features the original score and bonus features.
USA. 1923. 66 min. B&W. Silent w English intertitles.
Blu-ray $29.95 Sale $17.97 DVD $19.95 Sale $11.97
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