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  1. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Little Orphant Annie (1918) Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Little Orphant Annie (1918) Blu-ray Review With the vast majority of silent films no longer existent due to the ravages of time, faulty studio preservation techniques, or plain neglect, it’s something of a miracle that we have 1918’s Little Orphant Annie directed by Colin...
  2. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Anatahan -- in Blu-ray

    Kino Classics has released Josef von Sternberg's final work via The Library of Congress, and while it's a necessity to own for Sternberg fans, it may not be a worthwhile investment as entertainment. Apparently from a variety of image sources, most appear very nice, and uprez to 4k beautifully...
  3. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Wagon Tracks -- in Blu-ray

    For those who long for the days when men were men, and horses were always beside them, we have Wagon Tracks, a 1919 production. It stars the great William S. Hart, and is directed by Lambert Hillyer, who probably directed more B westerns than any ten filmmakers, and in the midst, gave us...