Kino Lorber 2018-19 Home Video Catalog - Page 98



Collector Series
EARLY CINEMA
LUBITSCH IN BERLIN
Before he set the Hollywood standard for sophisticated comedy, Ernst
Lubitsch was equally innovative for German cinema in the late 1910s
and early 1920s. With a remarkable series of films, ranging from outrageous and anarchic comedies to groundbreaking historical dramas, Lubitsch established himself as one of Germany’s most vital filmmakers.
THE OYSTER
PRINCESS
5-DVD SET
$79.95
SALE PRICE
5996
$
THE DOLL
with
(DIE PUPPE)
Playful and charming, THE DOLL
follows the misadventures of a
young man seeking to be married
in order to inherit a fortune. He
craftily purchases a lifelike doll and
marries it, not realizing that the doll
is actually the puppet-maker’s fleshand-blood daughter in disguise.
Germany. 1919. 63 Min. Color
Tinted. English intertitles.
ERNST LUBITSCH
IN BERLIN
A pampered American oyster tycoon
decides to buy a husband for his
daughter, but things don’t go quite
as planned. Along the way there are
mishaps, misunderstandings and a
foxtrot sequence that must be seen to
be believed. Also includes the feature
I Don’t Want to Be a Man.
Germany. 1919. B&W. 60 min.
English intertitles.
DVD $29.95 Sale $14.99
SUMURUN
DOUBLE-FEATURE DVD $29.95 Sale $14.99
Germany. 1920. Color tinted.
118 min. English intertitles.
DVD $29.95 Sale $14.99
(ONE ARABIAN NIGHT)
A rebellious harem girl rejects the
old sheikh and instead falls for a
charming clothing merchant in this
exotic spectacle that is one of the key
early works of the celebrated director. The cast includes Pola Negri as a
traveling dancer and Lubitsch himself as a hunchbacked clown.
Featuring interviews with daughter
Nicola Lubitsch, film historians, and
filmmaker Tom Tykwer, this feature-length documentary is sprinkled with excerpts from Lubitsch’s
rarely seen early work and offers fascinating insights into the German
film industry in the silent era.
Germany. 1920. Color tinted.
Germany. 2006. 109 Min. Color/B&W.
ANNA BOLEYN
103 min. English intertitles.
DVD $29.95 Sale $14.99
(DECEPTION)
A groundbreaking historical epic
from legendary director Ernst Lubitsch. The tragic story of the second
wife of England’s Henry VIII is given
first-class treatment, complete with
opulent sets, beautiful cinematography, and a bravura performance by
Emil Jannings (The Last Laugh, The
Blue Angel) as Henry.
THE WILDCAT
A charismatic lieutenant newly assigned to a remote fort is captured
by a group of mountain bandits,
thus setting in motion a madcap
farce that is Lubitsch at his most
unrestrained. A wonderfully anarchic and playfully subversive satire
of military life from one of the great
comedy filmmakers.
Germany. 1921. B&W. 82 min.
English intertitles.
DVD $29.95 Sale $14.99
GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM
Robert Wiene
THE HANDS OF ORLAC
Conrad Veidt stars as concert pianist who,
injured in a train wreck, has both his hands
amputated and replaced by those of a dead
man. When he learns that the hands were
those of an executed murderer, Orlac’s sanity quickly begins to unravel.
Austria. 1924. B&W. 110 Min.
DVD $29.95 Sale $14.99
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Robert Wiene
G.W. Pabst
SECRETS OF A SOUL (PABST)
In this early dramatization of psychoanalysis, a
husband is tormented by nightmares and the
irrepressible urge to murder his wife. A psychotherapist attempts to decipher the man’s
terrifying dreams: an extraordinary tableau
recalling German expressionism while presaging the surrealist cinema of Salvador Dali.
Germany. 1926. B&W.
DVD $29.95 Sale $14.99
THE CABINET
OF DR. CALIGARI
A masterpiece of psychological horror
and the film that has come to epitomize
the mysterious, highly stylized German
Expressionist cinema. A demented hypnotist and his ghastly henchman spread
death throughout the German countryside. Newly remastered.
DVD EXTRAS Include: 43 minute condensation of Wiene’s (1920) Genuine. Behind the
scenes footage of Wiene on set of Caligari.
Germany. 1919. 73 min. Color tinted. English intertitles.
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $24.47 DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
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