1880 to 1919

1880 to 1919

1880 to 1919 films on dvd-rs

Unreleased 1880 to 1919 movies on dvd-r

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rare oop vintage black an white - B&W classic public domain movie on dvd with great actors and actresses

European

Hollywood

Pre-code

We offer a huge collection of classic, rare, oop movies to classic movie fans. We specialize in black and white (B&W) vintage classic movies from 1880s, 1890, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.  Our silent movie collection is one of the biggest collection available. We believe that the era of silent cinema was one of the most imaginative periods in human history. During the silent films era, a new visual vocabulary was invented by directors such as Georges Méliès, Charles Chaplin, Raoul Walsh, G.W. Pabst, F.W. Murnau, Fritz Lang, Vladislav Starevich, Robert Wiene, Josef von Sternberg, Per Lindberg, Lois Weber, Erich von Stroheim, Phillips Smalley, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Leo McCarey, Mauritz Stiller, Kenji Mizoguchi, Miles Brothers, Buster Keaton, Eddie Cline, Giovanni Pastrone, Mikhail Kalatozov, Yasujir Ozu, Alfred Hitchcock, Josef von Sternberg, Charles Vanel, Fred Niblo, Sergei Eisenstein, Leo Mittler, Frank Borzage, Clarence Brown, Anthony Asquith, Mauritz Stiller, Aleksandr Medvedkin, Maurice Tourneur, Winsor McKay, King Vidor, Ted Wilde, Victor Sjöstrom, André Antoine, Herbert Ponting, Man Ray, Harold L. Muller, Charles R. Bowers, Wallace Worsley, Victor Flemming, Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor, Oskar Fischinger, Jean Epstein, Alexander Dovzhenko, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Abel Gance, Dziga Vertov, Yevgeni Bauer, Hanns Schwarz, Dimitri Kirsanoff, Paul Leni, Louis Lumiere and …. Different genres shaped as the medium was used for entertainment, politics, education and propaganda. The challenge of visual storytelling without sound pushed filmmakers to find new ways to tell stories and communicate ideas. When we think of silent movie stars we inevitably think of Garbo, Charlie Chaplin, Rudolph Valentino, Lillian Gish, Clara Bow, Annette Kellerman, Sessue Hayakawa, Maurice Costello, Helene Costello, Art Acord, Lupe Velez, Theda Bara, William Haines, Florence Lawrence, and Louise Brooks.   

The great legends of Hollywood are remembered for their work and often sensational personal lives. Thus, most people today know something of the loves, losses, and scandals of stars like James Dean and Marilyn Monroe. But what of the great stars of Hollywood’s formative years—the silent film era? Though most are all but forgotten today, many led lives of fascination and scandal that could easily match those of their latter-day peers.  

We offer a great selection of movies from the greatest film directors, with suggested or recommended Best Films or 'Must-See' Films from their filmographies. Directors such as Frank Capra, George Cukor, Michael Curtiz, Cecil B. DeMille, D. W. Griffith, Georges Méliès, Charles Chaplin, Raoul Walsh, G.W. Pabst, F.W. Murnau, Fritz Lang, Vladislav Starevich, Robert Wiene, Josef von Sternberg, Per Lindberg, Lois Weber, Erich von Stroheim, Phillips Smalley, Carl Theodor Dreyer, John Huston, Elia Kazan, Buster Keaton, Ernst Lubitsch, Vincente Minnelli, F.W. Murnau, Roman Polanski, Powell and Pressburger, Otto Preminger, Douglas Sirk, George Stevens, Preston Sturges, William Wyler and…

Many of these film-makers were highly innovative mavericks and renegades who challenged the established 'system' that existed during their time. As you may agree, the director is the most significant person responsible for creating 'movie magic' and mixing together all the ingredients of the film-making process. These directors have made a noteworthy, permanent and powerful contribution to the development of film and the film industry. Each one has directed a steady body of work with a number of ground breaking movies.

The artistic greatness of films can never be rated, although critics, reviewers, and fans still make ten best lists, hundred best lists, all-time greatest lists, favorites lists, awards lists, and generate results of polls.  

 

European Hollywood Pre-code. We offer a huge collection of classic, rare, oop movies to classic movie fans. We specialize in black and white (B&W) vintage classic movies from 1880s, 1890, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.  Our silent movie collection is one of thebiggest collection available. We believe that the era of silent cinema was oneof the most imaginative periods in human history. During the silent films era,a new visual vocabulary was invented by directors such as Georges Méliès, Charles Chaplin, Raoul Walsh, G.W. Pabst, F.W. Murnau, Fritz Lang, Vladislav Starevich,Robert Wiene, Josef von Sternberg, Per Lindberg, Lois Weber, Erich Stroheim, Phillips Smalley, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Leo McCarey, Mauritz Stiller,Kenji Mizoguchi, Miles Brothers, Buster Keaton, Eddie Cline, Giovanni Pastrone,Mikhail Kalatozov, Yasujir Ozu, Alfred Hitchcock, Josef von Sternberg, CharlesVanel, Fred Niblo, Sergei Eisenstein, Leo Mittler, Frank Borzage, Clarence Brown, Anthony Asquith, Mauritz Stiller, Aleksandr Medvedkin, Maurice Tourneur,Winsor McKay, King Vidor, Ted Wilde, Victor Sjöstrom, André Antoine, HerbertPonting, Man Ray, Harold L. Muller, Charles R. Bowers, Wallace Worsley, VictorFlemming, Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor, Oskar Fischinger, Jean Epstein, Alexander Dovzhenko, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Abel Gance,Dziga Vertov, Yevgeni Bauer, Hanns Schwarz, Dimitri Kirsanoff, Paul Leni, Louis Lumiere and ….

Different genres shaped as the medium was used forentertainment, politics, education and propaganda.

The challenge of visual storytelling without sound pushed filmmakers to find new ways to tell stories and communicate ideas. When we think of silent movie stars we inevitably think of Garbo, Charlie Chaplin, Rudolph Valentino,Lillian Gish, Clara Bow, Annette Kellerman, Sessue Hayakawa, Maurice Costello,Helene Costello, Art Acord, Lupe Velez, Theda Bara, William Haines, Florence Lawrence, and Louise Brooks.   The great legends of Hollywood are remembered for their work and often sensational personal lives. Thus, most people today know something of theloves, losses, and scandals of stars like James Dean and Marilyn Monroe. But what of the great stars of Hollywood’s formative years—the silent film era?Though most are all but forgotten today, many led lives of fascination and scandal that could easily match those of their latter-day peers. We offer a great selection of movies from the greatest film directors,with suggested or recommended Best Films or 'Must-See' Films from their filmographies. Directors such as Frank Capra, George Cukor, Michael Curtiz,Cecil B. DeMille, D. W. Griffith, Georges Méliès, Charles Chaplin, Raoul Walsh,G.W. Pabst, F.W. Murnau, Fritz Lang, Vladislav Starevich, Robert Wiene, Josefvon Sternberg, Per Lindberg, Lois Weber, Erich von Stroheim, Phillips Smalley,Carl Theodor Dreyer, John Huston, Elia Kazan, Buster Keaton, Ernst Lubitsch,Vincente Minnelli, F.W. Murnau, Roman Polanski, Powell and Pressburger, OttoPreminger, Douglas Sirk, George Stevens, Preston Sturges, William Wyler and…Many of these film-makers were highly innovative mavericks and renegades who challenged the established 'system' that existed during their time. As you may agree, the director is the most significant person responsible for creating 'movie magic' and mixing together all the ingredients of the film-making process. These directors have made a noteworthy, permanent and powerful contribution to the development of film and the film industry. Each one has directed a steady body of work with a number of ground breaking movies.The artistic greatness of films can never be rated, although critics,reviewers, and fans still make ten best lists, hundred best lists, all-time greatest lists, favorites lists, awards lists, and generate results of polls.

 

rare oop vintage B&W classic public domain movies on dvd

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Poor Little Peppina (1916)   Director: Sidney Olcott silent / English sub

Poor Little Peppina (1916) Director: Sidney Olcott silent / English sub

Poor Little Peppina (1916) A little girl is kidnapped by the Mafia in revenge for her father's ..

$9.00

Posle smerti (1915) SILENT MOVIE aka After Death- GERMAN-Vitold Polonsky-Olga Rakhmanova- Vera Karalli- Director: Yevgeni Bauer

Posle smerti (1915) SILENT MOVIE aka After Death- GERMAN-Vitold Polonsky-Olga Rakhmanova- Vera Karalli- Director: Yevgeni Bauer

Posle smerti (1915) SILENT MOVIE - GERMAN46min |GermanyPosle smerti (1915) SILENT MOV..

$0.00

Quo Vadis? (1913) dvd-r  Director: Enrico Guazzoni  Writers: Henryk Sienkiewicz (novel), Enrico Guazzoni  Stars: Amleto Novelli, Gustavo Serena, Carlo Cattaneo |

Quo Vadis? (1913) dvd-r Director: Enrico Guazzoni Writers: Henryk Sienkiewicz (novel), Enrico Guazzoni Stars: Amleto Novelli, Gustavo Serena, Carlo Cattaneo |

Quo Vadis? (1913)Drama, History | March 1913 (Hungary) Quo Vadis? PosterAn epic Italian film "Q..

$5.00

Schuhpalast Pinkus (1916)  (Germany)   Director: Ernst Lubitsch  Writers: Hanns Kräly, Erich Schönfelder  Stars: Ernst Lubitsch, Else Kentner, Guido Herzfeld
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1917) dvd r Director: Hugh Ford  Writers: Earl Derr Biggers (novel), George M. Cohan (play)  Stars: George M. Cohan, Anna Q. Nilsson, Hedda Hopper
Spartacus (1913)    Director: Giovanni Enrico Vidali  no sound. English sub

Spartacus (1913) Director: Giovanni Enrico Vidali no sound. English sub

Spartacus (1913)Director: Giovanni Enrico VidaliWriter: Raffaello Giovagnoli (novel)Stars: Mario Gua..

$5.00

The Bargain (1914)     Director: Reginald Barker

The Bargain (1914) Director: Reginald Barker

The Bargain (1914)After the bandit Jim Stokes robs the stage he is wounded fleeing. Recuperatin..

$4.00

The Battle of Elderbush Gulch (1913)  Director: D.W. Griffith

The Battle of Elderbush Gulch (1913) Director: D.W. Griffith

The Battle of Elderbush Gulch (1913)   ..

$5.00

The Beloved Blackmailer (1918) Director: Dell Henderson  Writers: Harry O. Hoyt (story), Clara Beranger |   Stars: Carlyle Blackwell, William T. Carleton, Isabel Berwin |
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1912) short silent  J. Searle Dawley

The Charge of the Light Brigade (1912) short silent J. Searle Dawley

The Charge of the Light Brigade (1912)12min | Drama, Short | 11 October 1912 (USA) Retelling of..

$5.00

The Children in the House (1916) Directors: Chester M. Franklin

The Children in the House (1916) Directors: Chester M. Franklin

The Children in the House (1916) Roy Somerville has turned out a rather interesting story that ..

$5.00

The Conquest of the Pole (1912)  AKA À la conquête du pôle (original title)   Short  Director: Georges Méliès

The Conquest of the Pole (1912) AKA À la conquête du pôle (original title) Short Director: Georges Méliès

The Conquest of the Pole (1912)À la conquête du pôle (original title)  Short, Adventure, Sci-Fi..

$5.00

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