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Silent Era Challenge (Official, September 2019)

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Post by sol » September 30th, 2019, 11:21 am

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1. A Sailor-Made Man (1921)
2. Battling Butler (1926)
3. Three Ages (1923)
4. Four Sons (1928)
5. Dr. Jack (1922)
6. The Matinee Idol (1928)
7. Seven Footprints to Satan (1929)
8. The Cat and the Canary (1927)
9. The Last of the Mohicans (1920)
10. The Ten Commandments (1923)
11. The Eleventh Year. (1928)
12. A Girl in Every Port (1928)
13. A Page of Madness (1926)
14. Paths to Paradise (1925)
15. Forbidden Fruit (1921)
16. Our Hospitality (1923) REVISION
17. Blind Husbands (1919)
18. Foolish Wives (1922)
19. The Pilgrim (1923)
20. Waxworks (1924)
21. Lazybones (1925)
22. Safety Last! (1923) REVISION
23. The Freshman (1925) REVISION
24. The Navigator (1924) REVISION
25. Seven Chances (1925) REVISION
26. The Cameraman (1928) REVISION
27. Male and Female (1919)
28a. Now You Tell One (1926) 22min
28b. Le manoir du diable (1896) 3min
28c. The Girl and Her Trust (1912) 15min
28d. Leaving Jerusalem by Railway (1897) 1min
28e. Kid Auto Races at Venice (1914) 6mins
28f. Frankenstein (1910) 13min = 60mins
29a. Saturday Afternoon (1926) 30mins
29b. The Old Actor (1912) 17min
29c. Know Thy Wife (1918) 13min = 60min

30a. A Cure for Pokeritis (1912) 13mins
30b. Mabel's Married Life (1914) 14mins
30c. Comicalamities (1928) 8min
30d. A Woman (1915) 26min = 61mins

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A Cure for Pokeritis really wasn't too funny for an apparent comedy; it is more of an anti-gambling message movie. Mabel's Married Life was kinda cute towards the end, but not a lot funnier. Chaplin's Tramp does have some funny moments though, which places it a step above Kid Auto Races of the same year. Comicalamities was easily the highlight of this bunch of shorts; a Duck Amuck style fourth wall breaking Felix the Cat tale. A Woman was pretty decent though – or at least in the final ten minutes where we get to see Chaplin in drag sans moustache (the opening 15+ minutes are a little tedious).

And that's it for me. :sweat: Thanks for hosting, max. I had intended to go the full 36 this month, but that wasn't to be. Was fun while it lasted. B)
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Post by Cippenham » September 30th, 2019, 3:16 pm

5. The Eleventh year, 1928

Soviet propaganda, giving impression of great industry, hint at terrible cost including a skeleton

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Post by peeptoad » September 30th, 2019, 4:40 pm

Thanks for hosting max! :cheers:

I'm finished here as well since I'll be home after "dusk" and wanting to get down with some horror...
...my best ftv for this challenge was Dante's Inferno (1911):
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Post by frbrown » September 30th, 2019, 7:20 pm

4. The Strong Man (1926)

My first Harry Langdon, and based on this one film, I would agree with sol's Langdon ranking

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1. The Man Who Laughs (1928)
2. The Penalty (1920)
3. The Circus (1928)
4. The Strong Man (1926)

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Post by albajos » September 30th, 2019, 8:41 pm

2. Grandma's Boy (1922) USA 1 official list 323 checks
3. Why Worry? (1923) USA 1 official list 313 checks
4. Girl Shy (1924) USA 2 official lists 915 checks
5. For Heaven's Sake (1926) USA 1 official list 293 checks

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1. Das Wachsfigurenkabinett (1924) Germany 4 official lists 413 checks

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Post by PUNQ » September 30th, 2019, 9:57 pm

Suffering greatly from silent fatigue after that finish-line marathon! I underestimated greatly what I would find. Only got to search 1900-1908 + 1918-1929. I'll do the rest outside of any challenge. Its been fun to see what I'd discover. Found 173 short films and 61 features, if my count is correct. To be honest, besides the two long serials, the features would probable average at under an hour each, as most of them are programmers or had bits missing from them. But they were all new to me, so I'm happy with the finds.



70. Beverly of Graustark (1914, Klaw & Erlanger) - 4/10
--- First I thought I was watching Beverly of Graustark (1926), and was thinking to myself how different Marion Davies looked in that part. Then I noticed that the 1926 one was a remake of a film called The Prince of Graustark (1916), and the actress looked a lot more like Marguerite Clayton. Not to mention the production values looked a lot more like a 1910s movie than one made with MGM splendor. But it turns out it's most likely a Beverly of Graustark (1914), which was listed as a short, but is really a feature, starring Linda Arvidson. Regardless, I'd yet to see that movie either, and did enjoy it. Simple (fake) royal romance with a mild smile.


71. Finlandia (1922, Erkki Karu & Eero Leväluoma) - 4/10
--- A long patriotic documentary showing all kinds of aspects of Finland, from agriculture, to sports, and military force. Solid and unadventurous, production wise. Not too exciting, but had it's cool moments. Loved the wrestling exhibition!


72-77. La maison du mystère [The House of Mystery] (1923, Alexandre Volkoff) - 6/10 - 364min
--- You got to have patience for this 10-part silent serial, which clocks in at over 6 hours long. La maison du mystère [The House of Mystery] (1923) is not a perfect story, but it sure has a lot of amazing aspects to it. First off, that silhouette party sequence! That was a brilliant touch! Had some thrilling action as well, along with a story which went in all kinds of directions. That did mean some down-time. It also means some super up-time. And perhaps if I had treated it as a mini-series and stretched it out a little, instead of doing it in one sitting, it wouldn't have been so exhausting. But as it stands, it's an adventure that delivers a lot.


78. South of Panama (1928, Charles J. Hunt) - 4/10
--- Lewis Sargent almost came across as Harold Lloyd with those glasses and comic character in this adventure south of the border. Of course, South of Panama (1928) was technically a drama, which was why it was so weird to see such a over-the-top character in this. But I guess that helped make a very standard B-movie a little more fun.


79. Lash of the Whip (1926, Francis Ford) - 5/10
--- Lash of the Whip (1926) was quite an action-packed programmer from Francis Ford. Has Ashton Dearholt as a whippin' hero, and I found this perfect for a quick western fix. Was clearly not meant to be anything amazing, but was well-paced enough to work.


80. Sunshine of Paradise Alley (1926, Jack Nelson) - 5/10
--- Felt like a highlight reel of many different movies.


81. The Golden Trail (1925, William Bertram) - 3/10
--- Plain silent western. Perfectly watchable, but not one that sets itself apart or delivers anything memorable. Which is why it's one of the forgotten ones starring one of the forgotten ones, Dick Carter.


82. Big Pal (1925, John G. Adolfi) - 3/10
--- Big Pal (1925) is a little movie about little kids and a big boxer. I guess it was cute in it's way, but highly irrelevant in the big scheme of things. Barely a B-feature.


83. The Fighting Adventurer (1924, Tom Forman) - 4/10
--- All over the place ridiculous for an adventure movie, though they do warn you at the start of the movie that it's your own fault if you take this movie seriously. So if you can go with the silliness of The Fighting Adventurer (1924), you might enjoy it. Does have Warner Oland doing one of his oriental gimmicks and the main attraction, Mary Astor, was as adorable as ever.


84. Enchantment (1921, Robert G. Vignola) - 5/10
--- One of Marion Davies pleasant pictures. Adorable when they kept simple and easy going. They tried it a little more artsy and emotional when it came time for the moral of this light flapper story, and honestly that didn't click all that well with me. Too ambitious for it's own good. Nice try, though.


85. What Do Men Want? (1921, Lois Weber) - 4/10
--- Lois Weber giving a story the female touch. Sadly only 40 of 70 minutes still exists, but you get a good enough dose of the drama to feel it. Though, not any closure.


86. Mothers of Men (1917, Willis Robards) - 3/10
--- Mothers of Men (1917) tries so hard to be gender progressive, with it's story of a female governor. But the story is clobbered with desperate storylines to create it's female heartache, that it doesn't ring home for me.


87. The Woman in Black (I) (1914, Lawrence Marston) - 4/10
--- Young lads Lionel Barrymore & Alan Hale in a political gypsy romance filled with dirty tricks. The plot is a little too out there to be taken serious, but it does manage to be a mildly alluring drama. One of Hale's earliest features (at least if one count the extended cut which was released a couple of years later).


88. The Call of the North (1914, Oscar Apfel & Cecil B. DeMille) - 3/10
--- The most interesting thing about The Call of the North (1914) was the intro where the directors Cecil B. DeMille & Oscar Apfel welcomed each of the characters one-by-one before the show started. The film was a routine western style drama. Not too many thrills.


89. Narayana (1920, Léon Poirier) - 4/10
--- The print I saw had a low-key psychedelic electronic soundtrack, which was okay playing up to the exotic weirdness of the film. Unfortunately they had also put over a stupid low-resolution filter over the movie for artistic effect, which took away from the viewing experience. If I find a pure version of Narayana (1920), I'll re-watch it. The allure was still there. Wasn't sure what was going on half the time, but the images kept keeping my attention. Odd, and almost hypnotic.


90. Die Jagd nach der Hundertpfundnote oder Die Reise um die Welt [The Hunt for the One Hundred Pound Note or The Journey Around the World] (1913, Willy Zeyn) - 5/10
--- The first adaptation of Journey Around the World in 80 days! And can you imagine, they managed to wrap those 80 days up in less than 50 minutes! I know silent films crank it up a little, but that's ridiculous! Sure was fun! They had enough scenarios to pick from and they really packed it in! Rushed as hell, though.


91. Tischlein deck dich, Eselein streck dich, Knüppel aus dem Sack (1921, Wilhelm Prager) - 4/10
--- Don't think I've read this fairytale before, but it had a donkey shitting gold coins so it was alright in my book! Playful German silent. The era is perhaps most famous for it's Expressionism, but they also had these amateur mayhem productions as well.


92. Die Ahnfrau [The Ancestress] (1919, Jacob Fleck & Luise Fleck) - 5/10
--- Ghost on the loose! And she's out to kill! I liked the haunted nature of this Austrian silent. The atmosphere was darker than I had expected and it was a quality horror overall, the old school way.


93. Virtuous Sinners (1919, Emmett J. Flynn) - 4/10
--- Very economic at times and not the most engaging of stories, but the girl, Wanda Hawley, portrayed the suffering young lady perfectly. An adequate melodrama.


94. A Rosa do Adro (1919, George Pallu) - 3/10
--- Brazilian drama of the silent kind. A bit soapy, but otherwise not that bad. Not really the type of story which grabs me. At least not with the language barrier. But I've seen worse melodramas come out of that country.


95-97. 32 shorts of a total of 198min = 3 hrs (+ 18 min)/points/films

The Great Outdoors (1923, Fred Guiol) - 12min
Bobby Bumps in Their Master's Voice (1921, Earl Hurd) - 3min
The Paymaster (1906, American Mutoscope & Biograph) - 7min
The Silver Wedding (1906, American Mutoscope & Biograph) - 7min
The Tunnel Workers (1906, American Mutoscope & Biograph) - 9min
Le pendu [Attempted Suicide] (1906, Louis J. Gasnier) - 5min
Off the Trolley (1919, Alfred J. Goulding) - 6min
The Girl of the Rancho (1919, Jay Hunt) - 11min
Tovarishch Abram [Comrade Abram] (1919, Aleksandr Razumnyj) - 19min
Los que ligan (1919, Quirino Cristiani) - 1min
So They Tell Me (1919, Warren W. Brown) - 5min
The Last Cartridge, an Incident of the Sepoy Rebellion in India (1908, Vitagraph Company of America) - 9min
Falsely Accused! (1908, Wallace McCutcheon) - 6min
Caught by Wireless (1908, Wallace McCutcheon) - 10min
Les dragées du grand-père [Grandfather's Pills] (1908, Pathé Frères) - 6min
£100 Reward (1908, James Williamson) - 6min
The Zulu's Heart (1908, D.W. Griffith) - 8min
The Call of the Wild (1908, D.W. Griffith) - 14min
A Kentucky Feud (1905, American Mutoscope & Biograph) - 8min
Pull Down the Curtain, Susie (1904, American Mutoscope & Biograph) - 1min
The Latest News (1904, Warwick Trading Company) - 1min
The Escaped Lunatic (1904, Wallace McCutcheon) - 7min
Old London Street Scenes (1903, George Albert Smith) - 4min
Carriers Leaving Building, U.S.P.O. (1903, American Mutoscope & Biograph) - 1min
The Animated Poster (1903, Edison Manufacturing Company) - 1mins
Défense d'afficher (1902, Pathé Frères) - 1min
Panorama of Ealing from a Moving Tram (1901, William K.L. Dickson) - 2min
The Solar Eclipse (1900, Hepworth) - 1min
Funerali di Giuseppe Verdi a Milano (1900, Italo Pacchioni) - 1min
Swing Your Partners (1918, Alfred J. Goulding) - 10min
A Gasoline Wedding (1918, Alfred J. Goulding) - 9min
Follow the Crowd (1918, Alfred J. Goulding) - 7min




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1-14. 73 shots of a total of 840min = 14 hrs/points/films
15. Richard III (1912, André Calmettes & James Keane) - 4/10
16. L'empreinte de la patrie (1915, M. Dumeny) - 2/10
17. Fanchon, the Cricket (1915, James Kirkwood) - 5/10
18. Broadway Love (1918, Ida May Park) - 4/10
19. The Beloved Blackmailer (1918, Dell Henderson) - 4/10
20. Rose-France (1919, Marcel L'Herbier) - 5/10
21. È piccerella [The Little Girl] (1922, Elvira Notari) - 6/10
22. Das alte Gesetz [This Ancient Law] (1923, Ewald André Dupont) - 6/10
23. Fox Farm (1922, Guy Newall) - 4/10
24. The Wonderful Story (1922, Graham Cutts) - 5/10
25. Secrets (1924, Frank Borzage) - 5/10
26. The Speed Spook (1924, Charles Hines) - 4/10
27. Le diable dans la ville [The Devil in the City] (1925, Germaine Dulac) - 5/10
28. You Never Know Women (1926, William A. Wellman) - 6/10
29. The Desert of the Lost (1927, Richard Thorpe) - 5/10
30. Dawn (1928, Herbert Wilcox) - 5/10
31. The Pace That Kills (1928, William A. O'Connor & Norton S. Parker) - 4/10
32. Die Abenteurer G.m.b.H. [Adventures Inc.] (1929, Fred Sauer) - 4/10
33. Korkein voitto [The Highest Prize] (1929, Carl von Haartman) - 4/10
34. Svatý Václav [St. Wenceslas] (1930, Jan S. Kolár) - 4/10
35. Jack (I) (1913, André Liabel) - 3/10
36. Le roman d'un caissier (1914, Emile Chautard) - 2/10
37. Daytime Wives (1923, Emile Chautard) - 4/10
38. Enemies of Women (1923, Alan Crosland) - 4/10
39. The Arab (1924, Rex Ingram) - 4/10
40. The Fighting Coward (1924, James Cruze) - 5/10
41. The White Outlaw (1929, Robert J. Horner) - 4/10
42. The Ocean Waif (1916, Alice Guy) - 4/10
43. The Night of Love (1927, George Fitzmaurice) - 6/10
44. Gilan qizi [Gilan’s Daughter] (1928, A.V. Bixovski & Leo Mur) - 4/10
45. The House of Shame (1928, Burton L. King) - 4/10
46. Sweeney Todd (1928, Walter West) - 4/10
47. The Thirteenth Hour (1927, Chester M. Franklin) - 5/10
48. Australia Prepared (1916, J. and N. Tait) - 2/10
49. The Sign of Four (1923, Maurice Elvey) - 6/10
50. The Road to Mandalay (1926, Tod Browning) - 6/10
51. Der Geiger von Florenz [Impetuous Youth] (1926, Paul Czinner) - 5/10
52. Napoleon-gaz [Napoleon Gas] (1925, Semyon Timoshenko) - 3/10
53-57. The Power God (1925, Francis Ford & Ben F. Wilson) - 4/10 - 313min
58. Venus of the South Seas (1924, James R. Sullivan) - 3/10
59. Deliverance (1919, George Foster Platt) - 5/10
60-69. 68 shots of a total of 601min = 10 hrs/points/films
70. Beverly of Graustark (1914, Klaw & Erlanger) - 4/10
71. Finlandia (1922, Erkki Karu & Eero Leväluoma) - 4/10
72-77. La maison du mystère [The House of Mystery] (1923, Alexandre Volkoff) - 6/10 - 364min
78. South of Panama (1928, Charles J. Hunt) - 4/10
79. Lash of the Whip (1926, Francis Ford) - 5/10
80. Sunshine of Paradise Alley (1926, Jack Nelson) - 5/10
81. The Golden Trail (1925, William Bertram) - 3/10
82. Big Pal (1925, John G. Adolfi) - 3/10
83. The Fighting Adventurer (1924, Tom Forman) - 4/10
84. Enchantment (1921, Robert G. Vignola) - 5/10
85. What Do Men Want? (1921, Lois Weber) - 4/10
86. Mothers of Men (1917, Willis Robards) - 3/10
87. The Woman in Black (I) (1914, Lawrence Marston) - 4/10
88. The Call of the North (1914, Oscar Apfel & Cecil B. DeMille) - 3/10
89. Narayana (1920, Léon Poirier) - 4/10
90. Die Jagd nach der Hundertpfundnote oder Die Reise um die Welt [The Hunt for the One Hundred Pound Note or The Journey Around the World] (1913, Willy Zeyn) - 5/10
91. Tischlein deck dich, Eselein streck dich, Knüppel aus dem Sack (1921, Wilhelm Prager) - 4/10
92. Die Ahnfrau [The Ancestress] (1919, Jacob Fleck & Luise Fleck) - 5/10
93. Virtuous Sinners (1919, Emmett J. Flynn) - 4/10
94. A Rosa do Adro (1919, George Pallu) - 3/10
95-97. 32 shorts of a total of 198min = 3 hrs/points/films

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Post by maxwelldeux » September 30th, 2019, 10:28 pm

PUNQ currently represents 34.2% of the rows in my spreadsheet...

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Post by 3eyes » October 1st, 2019, 1:22 am

6. Peter Pan (1924)
About time I got around to watching this. Great fun, but it sure gave me a turn when they started talking about the Stars & Stripes.

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1. Minato no nihonmusume / Japanese girls at the harbor (Jap 33) - double
2. Seishun no yume imaizuko / Where are now the dreams of youth? (Jap 32) - double
3. Dr. Jack (22)
4. Conductor 1492 (1924)
5. Hypocrites (1915)
6. Peter Pan (1924)
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Post by frbrown » October 1st, 2019, 5:36 am

5. Der Student von Prag (1913)

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1. The Man Who Laughs (1928)
2. The Penalty (1920)
3. The Circus (1928)
4. The Strong Man (1926)
5. Der Student von Prag (1913)

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Post by klaus78 » October 1st, 2019, 6:01 pm

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1. The River (1928) 6/10
2. The Kid Brother (1927) 6/10
3.-7. Fantômas (1913-1914) 6/10
8. Shoulder Arms (1918) 8/10

9. Umirayushchiy lebed [The Dying Swan] (1917) 8/10
10. L'enfant de Paris (1913) 7/10
11. True Heart Susie (1919) 7/10
12. Berg-Ejvind och hans hustru [The Outlaw and His Wife] (1918) 8/10
13. L'Inferno (1911) 9/10
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Post by maxwelldeux » October 1st, 2019, 6:17 pm

OK... OP updated, please check your scores.

And consider this last call for entries.

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Post by 72aicm » October 1st, 2019, 6:28 pm

So who is the number one? One of sol’s invisible men? :whistling:

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Post by psychotronicbeatnik » October 1st, 2019, 6:31 pm

79. The Lost World (1925 / Harry O. Hoyt) 9/10
80. La chute de la maison Usher (1928 / Jean Epstein) 8+/10
81. The Haunted Castle (1921 / F.W. Murnau) 8/10
82. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920 / Robert Wiene) 10/10
83. Faust (1926 / F.W. Murnau) 10/10
84. The Navigator (1924 / Donald Crisp, Buster Keaton) 8+/10
85. Seven Chances (1925 / Buster Keaton) 9+/10
86. Safety Last! (1923 / Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor) FTV 8+/10
87. A Sailor-Made Man (1921 / Fred Newmeyer) 8/10
88. The Kid Brother (1923 / Ted Wilde, Howe, Lloyd & Milestone) FTV 8/10
89. Speedy (1928 / Ted Wilde) 8+/10
90. The Lodger (1927 / Alfred Hitchcock) 8+/10
91. A Woman of Paris (1923 / Charles Chaplin) FTV 9/10
92. Camille (1921 / Roy Smallwood) FTV 8+/10

93-102. Shorts {650 min. total}
a. Those Terrible Twins Ginger Meggs and Bluey (1925 / J.E. Ward) FTV 7/10 {35 min.}
b. Thunderbolt (1910 / John Gavin) FTV 6/10 {24 min.}
c. The Digger Carries On (1919 / n/a) FTV 6+/10 {12 min.}
d. The Story of the Kelly Gang (surviving fragments) (1906 / Charles Tait) FTV NR/10 {15 min.}
e. The Marble Heart (1913 / Charles Tait) FTV 7/10 {27 min.}
f. Cinderella (1911 / George Nichols) FTV 6/10 {14 min.}
g. The Evidence of the Film (1913 / Marston and Thanhouser) FTV 7/10 {15 min.}
h. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912 / Lucius Henderson) FTV 7/10 {12 min.}
i. Get Out and Get Under (1920 / Hal Roach) FTV 8+/10 {25 min.}
j. High and Dizzy (1920 / Hal Roach) 8/10 {26 min.}
k. Take a Chance (1918 / Alfred J. Goulding) FTV 8+/10 {10 min.}
l. Young Mr. Jazz (1919 / Hal Roach) FTV 8+/10 {10 min.}
m. His Royal Slyness (1920 / Hal Roach) FTV 8+/10 {27 min.}
n. Haunted Spooks (1920 / Alfred J. Goulding, Hal Roach) 8/10 {25 min.}
o. An Eastern Westerner (1920 / Hal Roach) 8/10 {23 min.}
p. Bumping Into Broadway (1919 / Hal Roach) 8+/10 {26 min.}
q. The Floorwalker (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 9/10 { 29 min.}
r. The Fireman (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 7/10 { 24 min.}
s. The Vagabond (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 34 min.}
t. One A.M. (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8+/10 { 26 min.}
u. The Count (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 24 min.}
v. The Pawnshop (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 25 min.}
w. Behind the Screen (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 7+/10 { 30 min.}
x. The Rink (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 10/10 { 30 min.}
y. Easy Street (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 9/10 { 24 min.}
z. The Cure (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 9+/10 { 24 min.}
aa. The Immigrant (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 9/10 { 30 min.}
bb. The Adventurer (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 24 min.}



It looks like my final weekend binge to ward off being punq'd may have been successful. I reached a point late last week where I was getting silent burn-out and if Punq hadn't entered the challenge in such a crazy way I probably would not have watched 100 this time around. By the end of the week I felt refreshed enough, and had enough time to really give it a final push and top 100 afterall. I'll probably be watching a few more horror silents in October as well. This is one of my favorite challenges every year. Thanks for hosting, Maxwell - the sidebar challenge was fun.

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1. His Picture in the Papers (1916 / John Emerson) FTV 6+/10
2. Wizard of Oz (1925 / Larry Semon) FTV 7+/10
3. The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914 / J. Farrell MacDonald) FTV 7+/10
4. The Invaders (1912 / Francis Ford, Thomas Ince) 7+/10
5. Flirting With Fate (1916 / Christy Cabanne) FTV 8/10
6. Just Pals (1920 / John Ford) FTV 8+/10
7. Peter Pan (1924 / Herbert Brenon) 9/10
8. The Matrimaniac (1916 / Paul Powell) FTV 9+/10
9. The Iron Horse (1924 / John Ford) FTV 7+/10
10. Wild and Woolly (1917 / John Emerson) FTV 7+/10
11. 3 Bad Men (1926 / John Ford) FTV 8+/10
12. The Magic Cloak (1914 / J. Farrell MacDonald) FTV 5/10
13. Snow White (1916 / J. Searle Dawley) 7/10
14. His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz (1914 / J. Farrell MacDonald) FTV 5/10
15. Four Sons (1928 / John Ford) FTV 8/10
16. The Toll of the Sea (1922 / Chester M. Franklin) 8+/10
17-19. Shorts {180 min. total}
a. Mystery of the Leaping Fish (1916 / John Emerson) FTV 7/10 {27 min.}
b. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910 / Otis Turner) FTV 7/10 {13 min.}
c. The Suburbanite (1904 / Wallace McCutcheon) FTV 6/10 {9 min.}
d. The Country Doctor (1909 / D.W. Griffith) FTV 6/10 {14 min.}
e. There It Is (1928 / Harold Muller, Charles Bowers) 9+/10 {19 min.}
f. The High Sign (1921 / Eddie Cline, Buster Keaton) 9/10 {20 min.}
g. One Week (1920 / Eddie Cline, Buster Keaton) 9/10 {25 min.}
h. The Lonedale Operator (1911 / D.W. Griffith) 8+/10 {17 min.}
i. Move On (1903 / A.C. Abadie) FTV 6/10 {1 min.}
j. Dog Factory (1904 / Edwin S. Porter) FTV 7/10 {4 min.}
k. Her Crowning Glory (1911 / Laurence Trimble) FTV 7/10 {14 min.}
l. West Virginia, The State Beautiful (surviving excerpts) (1929 / Otis Rymer Snodgrass) FTV NR/10 {8 min.}
m. New York Subway (1905 / G.W. Bitzer) FTV 7+/10 {6 min.}
n. I’m Insured (1916 / Harry Palmer) FTV 7+/10 {3 min.}
20. Tarzan of the Apes (1918 / Scott Sidney) 8/10
21. Tarzan and the Golden Lion (1927 / J.P. McGowan) FTV 7+/10
22. Clash of the Wolves (1925 / Noel Smith) 7+/10
23. The Chechahcos (1923 / Lewis H. Moomaw) FTV 7/10
24. The Gold Rush (1925 / Charles Chaplin) 10/10
25. The Kid (1921 / Charles Chaplin) 8+/10
26. Hangman’s House (1928 / John Ford) FTV 9/10
27. Reaching For the Moon (1917 / John Emerson) FTV 7+/10
28. A Modern Musketeer (1917 / Allan Dwan) FTV 7/10
29. The Monster (1925 / Roland West) FTV 8+/10
30. The Bells (1926 / James Young) 8/10
31. When the Clouds Roll By (1919 / Victor Fleming) FTV 8+/10
32. The Mollycoddle (1920 / Victor Fleming) FTV 8+/10
33. The Nut (1921 / Ted Reed) 7+/10
34. The Mark of Zorro (1920 / Fred Niblo) 10/10
35-37. Shorts {181 min. total}
a. Demolishing and Building Up the Star Theatre (1901 / Fred Armitage) FTV 7/10 {2 min.}
b. The Land Beyond the Sunset (1912 / Harold Shaw) FTV 8/10 {14 min.}
c. Paris qui dort (1924 / Rene Clair) 8+/10 {35 min.}
d. The Thieving Hand (1908 / J. Stuart Blackton) FTV 8/10 {5 min.}
e. White Fawn’s Devotion (1910 / James Young Deer) FTV 7+/10 {11 min.}
f. Rip Van Winkle (1903 / W.K.L. Dickson) FTV 6/10 {4 min.}
g. Life of an American Fireman (1903 / George Fleming, Edwin S. Porter) FTV 6/10 {6 min.}
h. Falling Leaves (1912 / Alice Guy Blache) 7/10 {12 min.}
i. Inklings, Issue 12 (1925 / Dave Fleischer) FTV 8/10 {6 min.}
j. Cockeyed: Gems From the Memory of a Nutty Cameraman (1925 / Alvin Knechtel) FTV 8/10 {3 min.}
k. Jeanne d’Arc (1900 / Georges Melies) FTV 8/10 {11 min.}
l. Le voyage dans la lune (1902 / Georges Melies) 9+/10 {13 min.}
m. Les quatre cents farces du diable (1906 / Georges Melies) 8+/10 {17 min.}
n. 20,000 lieues sous les mers (1907 / Georges Melies) 7+/10 {10 min.}
o. Le voyage de la famille Bourrichon (1913 / Georges Melies) 6/10 {15 min.}
p. His Regeneration (1915 / Gilbert M. Anderson) 6/10 {15 min.}
q. Le sorcier, le prince et la bon genie (1900 / Georges Melies) FTV 7+/10 {2 min.}
38. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921 / Rex Ingram) FTV 8/10
39. The First Auto (1927 / Roy Del Ruth) FTV 7/10
40. The Three Musketeers (1921 / Fred Niblo) 10/10
41. The Conquering Power (1921 / Rex Ingram) FTV 7/10
42. The Prisoner of Zenda (1922 / Rex Ingram) FTV 8/10
43. Robin Hood (1922 / Allan Dwan) FTV 9+/10
44. Mare Nostrum (1926 / Rex Ingram) FTV 9+/10
45. The Thief of Bagdad (1924 / Raoul Walsh) 10/10
46. Sadie Thompson (1928 / Raoul Walsh) FTV 8+/10
47. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920 / John S. Robertson) 8/10
48. Nosferatu (1922 / F.W. Murnau) 10/10
49-50. Shorts {120 min. total}
a. Bluebeard (1901 / Georges Melies) 8+/10 {10 min.}
b. La fee printemps (1902 / Segundo de Chomon) FTV 7+/10 {3 min.}
c. Une nuit epouvantable (1905 / Segundo de Chomon) FTV 7+/10 {2 min.}
d. Une excursion incoherente (1909 / Segundo de Chomon) 8+/10 {9 min.}
e. El hotel electrico (1908 / Segundo de Chomon) 8/10 {9 min.}
f. Le spectre rouge (1907 / Segundo de Chomon) 8/10 {9 min.}
g. Ah! La Barbe! (1906 / Segundo de Chomon) FTV 7/10 {2 min.}
h. L’iris fantastique (1912 / Segundo de Chomon) FTV 7+/10 {4 min.}
i. The Original Movie (1922 / Tony Sarg) FTV 7/10 {8 min.}
j. The Gay Shoe Clerk (1903 / Edwin S. Porter) FTV 7/10 {1 min.}
h. Three American Beauties (1906 / Edwin S. Porter) FTV 6+/10 {1 min.}
i. Blacksmithing Scene (1893 / WKL Dickson) FTV 7/10 {1 min.}
j. Princess Nicotine; or, The Smoke Fairy (1909 / J.S. Blackton) FTV 7/10 {5 min.}
k. The Confederate Ironclad (1912 / Kenean Buel) 7+/10 {16 min.}
l. The Fall of the House of Usher (1928 / James Sibley Watson Jr) 8/10 {13 min.}
m. Kino-Pravda no. 14 (1923 / Dziga Vertov) FTV 6+/10 {14 min.}
n. Le chapeau de Max (1913 / Max Linder) 7+/10 {5 min.}
o. Étude cinégraphique sur une arabesque (1929 / Germaine Dulac) 8/10 {5 min.}
p. Les lunatiques (1908 / Segundo de Chomon) FTV 8/10 {3 min.}
51. The Man Who Laughs (1928 / Paul Leni) 9/10
52. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923 / Wallace Worsley) 8+/10
53. He Who Gets Slapped (1924 / Victor Sjostrom) 8+/10
54. Don Q Son of Zorro (1925 / Donald Crisp) 10/10
55. The Black Pirate (1926 / Albert Parker) 10/10
56. Don Juan (1926 / Alan Crosland) FTV 8+/10
57. The Phantom of the Opera (1925 / Rupert Julian) 10/10
58. Maciste all’inferno (1925 / Guido Brignone) 8/10
59. Mockery (1927 / Benjamin Christensen) FTV 9/10
60. Mr. Wu (1927 / William Nigh) FTV 8/10
61. Sherlock Jr. (1924 / Buster Keaton) 9/10
62. Alice in Wonderland (1915 / W.W. Young) FTV 7/10
63-64. Shorts {122 min. total}
a. Filmstudie (1926 / Hans Richter) FTV 8/10 {7 min.}
b. A Night Out (1915 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 {34 min.}
c. A Dog’s Life (1918 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 {33 min.}
d. A Day’s Pleasure (1919 / Charles Chaplin) 7+/10 {24 min.}
e. From Leadville to Aspen: A Hold-up in the Rockies (1906 / Francis Marion, Wallace McCutcheon) FTV 6+/10 {8 min.}
f. The “Teddy” Bears (1907 / Wallace McCutcheon, Edwin S. Porter) 6/10 {13 min.}
g. En avant la musique (1907 / Segundo de Chomon) FTV 6+/10 {3 min.}
65. Australia Prepared (1916 / n.a.) FTV 7/10
66. The Unholy Three (1925 / Tod Browning) 8+/10
67. The Unknown (1927 / Tod Browning) 8+/10
68. West of Zanzibar (1928 / Tod Browning) 8+/10
69. Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928 / Herbert Brenon) 9/10
70. Seven Keys to Baldpate (1917 / Hugh Ford) FTV 6/10
71. Alias Jimmy Valentine (1915 / Maurice Tourneur) 8/10
72. The Blue Bird (1918 / Maurice Tourneur) 8/10
73. The Last of the Mohicans (1920 / Maurice Tourneur) 8+/10
74. The Bargain (1914 / Reginald Barker) 8/10
75. The Poor Little Rich Girl (1917 / Maurice Tourneur) 7+/10
76. The Hoodlum (1919 / Sidney Franklin) 8/10
77. Tess of the Storm Country (1914 / Edwin S. Porter) 6/10
78. Cinderella (1914 / James Kirkwood) FTV 7/10

79. The Lost World (1925 / Harry O. Hoyt) 9/10
80. La chute de la maison Usher (1928 / Jean Epstein) 8+/10
81. The Haunted Castle (1921 / F.W. Murnau) 8/10
82. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920 / Robert Wiene) 10/10
83. Faust (1926 / F.W. Murnau) 10/10
84. The Navigator (1924 / Donald Crisp, Buster Keaton) 8+/10
85. Seven Chances (1925 / Buster Keaton) 9+/10
86. Safety Last! (1923 / Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor) FTV 8+/10
87. A Sailor-Made Man (1921 / Fred Newmeyer) 8/10
88. The Kid Brother (1923 / Ted Wilde, Howe, Lloyd & Milestone) FTV 8/10
89. Speedy (1928 / Ted Wilde) 8+/10
90. The Lodger (1927 / Alfred Hitchcock) 8+/10
91. A Woman of Paris (1923 / Charles Chaplin) FTV 9/10
92. Camille (1921 / Roy Smallwood) FTV 8+/10

93-102. Shorts {650 min. total}
a. Those Terrible Twins Ginger Meggs and Bluey (1925 / J.E. Ward) FTV 7/10 {35 min.}
b. Thunderbolt (1910 / John Gavin) FTV 6/10 {24 min.}
c. The Digger Carries On (1919 / n/a) FTV 6+/10 {12 min.}
d. The Story of the Kelly Gang (surviving fragments) (1906 / Charles Tait) FTV NR/10 {15 min.}
e. The Marble Heart (1913 / Charles Tait) FTV 7/10 {27 min.}
f. Cinderella (1911 / George Nichols) FTV 6/10 {14 min.}
g. The Evidence of the Film (1913 / Marston and Thanhouser) FTV 7/10 {15 min.}
h. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912 / Lucius Henderson) FTV 7/10 {12 min.}
i. Get Out and Get Under (1920 / Hal Roach) FTV 8+/10 {25 min.}
j. High and Dizzy (1920 / Hal Roach) 8/10 {26 min.}
k. Take a Chance (1918 / Alfred J. Goulding) FTV 8+/10 {10 min.}
l. Young Mr. Jazz (1919 / Hal Roach) FTV 8+/10 {10 min.}
m. His Royal Slyness (1920 / Hal Roach) FTV 8+/10 {27 min.}
n. Haunted Spooks (1920 / Alfred J. Goulding, Hal Roach) 8/10 {25 min.}
o. An Eastern Westerner (1920 / Hal Roach) 8/10 {23 min.}
p. Bumping Into Broadway (1919 / Hal Roach) 8+/10 {26 min.}
q. The Floorwalker (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 9/10 { 29 min.}
r. The Fireman (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 7/10 { 24 min.}
s. The Vagabond (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 34 min.}
t. One A.M. (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8+/10 { 26 min.}
u. The Count (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 24 min.}
v. The Pawnshop (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 25 min.}
w. Behind the Screen (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 7+/10 { 30 min.}
x. The Rink (1916 / Charles Chaplin) 10/10 { 30 min.}
y. Easy Street (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 9/10 { 24 min.}
z. The Cure (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 9+/10 { 24 min.}
aa. The Immigrant (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 9/10 { 30 min.}
bb. The Adventurer (1917 / Charles Chaplin) 8/10 { 24 min.}
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Post by maxwelldeux » October 1st, 2019, 6:32 pm

72allinncallme wrote:
October 1st, 2019, 6:28 pm
So who is the number one? One of sol’s invisible men? :whistling:
Hah! That was me counting the number of PUNQ's rows in the column where I calculate ranks... so I guess PUNQ is both #1 and #2. :P But we'll have to see what psychotronic's final dump will look like...

Fixed.

EDIT: And speak of the devil...

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Post by psychotronicbeatnik » October 1st, 2019, 6:35 pm

Yes, the devil has dumped!

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Post by zzzorf » October 2nd, 2019, 12:21 pm

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1. It (1927) - 5/10
2.The Phantom of the Opera (1925) - 9/10
3. The Phantom Carriage (1921) - 6/10
4. Wolf Blood (1925) - 7/10















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Post by sol » October 2nd, 2019, 3:02 pm

zzzorf wrote:
October 2nd, 2019, 12:21 pm
3. The Phantom Carriage (1921) - 6/10
4. Wolf Blood (1925) - 7/10
I'm not sure if the last of those counts as a horror film, but you should be able to include the former in the October Horror Challenge if you watched it after 7pm (dusk) on Monday. ;)
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Post by zzzorf » October 2nd, 2019, 3:05 pm

sol wrote:
October 2nd, 2019, 3:02 pm
zzzorf wrote:
October 2nd, 2019, 12:21 pm
3. The Phantom Carriage (1921) - 6/10
4. Wolf Blood (1925) - 7/10
I'm not sure if the last of those counts as a horror film, but you should be able to include the former in the October Horror Challenge if you watched it after 7pm (dusk) on Monday. ;)
No definitely watched them in September, I'm just so late in reporting them. My Letterboxd is the only site that can report the right watched date as I can pre-date them whereas iCM and IMDb do the date I check them

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Post by sol » October 2nd, 2019, 4:43 pm

Ah, no problem - just trying to help. You're the one person who could have jumped in and posted a first horror viewing on the October thread before mighty or myself did. ;)
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Post by psychotronicbeatnik » October 2nd, 2019, 7:34 pm

sol wrote:
October 2nd, 2019, 4:43 pm
Ah, no problem - just trying to help. You're the one person who could have jumped in and posted a first horror viewing on the October thread before mighty or myself did. ;)
If only I had known that after dusk on Sept. 30 guideline was coming I would have saved some horror silents to watch then! But you still would have beat me to posting with your early Aussie cock-a-doodle-do!

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Post by RogerTheMovieManiac88 » October 2nd, 2019, 9:05 pm

I watched a couple of silents during September.

1. Canta y no llores, corazón (1925, Juan Pérez Berrocal) / 7 or 7.5/10
2. Kurutta ippêji (1926, Teinosuke Kinugasa) / 9.5/10

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Post by maxwelldeux » October 3rd, 2019, 10:07 pm

Final Stats and Challenge Update

Users
Through the end of September, we've had 27 participants in the Silent Era challenge! psychotronicbeatnik quietly battled it out with PUNQ and emerged victorious with 102 points vs. 97. jeroeno, jdidaco, and sol rounded out the top 5, finishing with 42, 40, and 30, respectively. Eight people finished in double-digits, and only 16 folks had five or more watches. The average participant had 15.52 points, and would rank 6th.

Leader board is up-to-date and maintained in the first post.

Side Challenge: Three Decades
Through the end of September, we had four people complete the bonus challenge! Congrats to psychotronicbeatnik (x2), PUNQ, jeroeno, and peeptoad for watching a film from every year from 1900-1929. Pretty impressive work covering three full decades.

Side challenge leader board is up-to-date and maintained in the first post.

Short Talk About Shorts
I track challenge data in a weird way, but it works for me. Each film/episode watched gets a row in my spreadsheet; so I track the title, year, and who watched it. But shorts weird things up - each short gets a row, but doesn't count for a full point. So one metric I find interesting is the number of rows vs. the number of points. The Mystery/etc. challenge had 1537 points and 1558 rows; a different of only 21 (1.37% more rows than points). This challenge, which is a lot more friendly to shorts, has 419 points and 775 rows; a difference of 356 (84.96% more rows than points)!

Years
Films watched so far have ranged from 1893 to 1935, covering 41 unique years in film. 1922 is the most-watched year with 60 watches, followed by 1928 with 57 watches. Here's a list of watch count by year:

Decades List
Year Count
Year Count
1893 1
1895 1
1896 3
1897 6
1898 2
1899 4
1900 8
1901 8
1902 7
1903 14
1904 11
1905 9
1906 13
1907 12
1908 13
1909 24
1910 18
1911 16
1912 35
1913 30
1914 23
1915 20
1916 24
1917 16
1918 17
1919 31
1920 28
1921 26
1922 60
1923 52
1924 43
1925 45
1926 41
1927 26
1928 57
1929 20
1930 2
1931 1
1932 3
1933 3
1935 2


Films Watched by Two People
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Seven Chances 1925 4
A Sailor-Made Man 1921 3
Kino-Pravda no. 14 1923 3
Australia Prepared 1916 2
The Navigator 1924 2
Tischlein deck dich, Eselein streck dich, Knüppel aus dem Sack 1921 2
Safety Last! 1923 2
The Digger Carries On 1919 2
The Phantom of the Opera 1925 2
Back Pay 1922 2
Kino-pravda no. 11 1922 2
Dr. Jack 1922 2
The Country Doctor 1909 2
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1920 2
There It Is 1928 2
Falling Leaves 1912 2
Klostret i Sendomir 1920 2
Forbidden Fruit 1921 2
The Cat and the Canary 1927 2
Four Sons 1928 2
The Fall of the House of Usher 1928 2
I Was Born, But ... 1932 2
The Ten Commandments 1923 2
The Prisoner of Zenda 1922 2
Don Juan 1926 2
Kino-pravda no. 7 1922 2
In Youth, Beside the Lonely Sea 1925 2
Kino-pravda no. 9 1922 2
Kino-pravda No. 1 1922 2
Kino-pravda no. 15 1923 2
Kino-pravda No. 2 1922 2
Riders of the Purple Sage 1925 2
Kino-pravda No. 3 1922 2
Seven Years Bad Luck 1921 2
Kino-pravda No. 4 1922 2
The Circus 1928 2
Kino-pravda No. 5 1922 2
The Eleventh Year 1928 2
Kino-pravda No. 6 1922 2
The Phantom Carriage 1921 2
Kurutta ippêji 1926 2
The River 1928 2
Le manoir du diable 1896 2
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 1910 2
Le voyage dans la lune 1902 2
The Cameraman 1928 2
Les quatre cents farces du diable 1906 2
Nosferatu 1922 2
Manhatta 1921 2
Le chapeau de Max 1913 2
Minato no nihonmusume 1933 2
Kino-pravda no. 8 1922 2
Mr. Wu 1927 2
Kino-pravda no. 10 1922 2
Narayana 1920 2
Kino-pravda no. 13 1922 2
Now You Tell One 1926 2
Kino-pravda no. 16 1923 2
Paris qui dort 1924 2
The Man Who Laughs 1928 2
Peter Pan 1924 2
The Last of the Mohicans 1920 2

Spoiler Tag of the Week
One of my favorite part of hosting challenges is reading the captions people put on the spoiler tags. This week's winner is albajos for "Hey! Listen!" because it's generally good advice, even though it's making me feel like I'm missing something. Congrats! :whistling:

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Post by albajos » October 3rd, 2019, 10:12 pm

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