Classic Film : What feature films over 100 years old have you seen?

What feature films over 100 years old have you seen?

I have seen:

Fantomas (1913)
Juve Against Fantomas (1913)
Le mort qui tue (1913)
Traffic in Souls (1913)
Fantomas Against Fantomas (1914)
Le faux magistrat (1914)
Flirting with Fate (1916)
His Picture in the Papers (1916)
Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916)
The World and the Woman (1916)
A Modern Musketeer (1917)
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917)
Wild and Woolly (1917)
Mickey (1918)
Shoulder Arms (1918)
The Oyster Princess (1919)
The Busher (1919)
The Hoodlum (1919)
Die Puppe (1919)
True Heart Susie (1919)
When the Clouds Roll by (1919)

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I have seen the oldest know horror movie directed by geroges milies the same guy as the moon movie, but anyways it's only about 3 min long (1896)

(1896)



Out of darkness, out of mind, cast down into the Halls of the Blind. burp.

Re: What feature films over 100 years old have you seen?

I have seen Le manoir du diable (1896) and liked it. I've seen 8 short films directed by Georges Méliès.

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as far as feature films go I would suggest "A Fool There Was" (1915) starring Theda Bara, who pioneered the vamp role.

Out of darkness, out of mind, cast down into the Halls of the Blind. burp.

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Awesome! I bet they had fun making it!

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From your list:

Traffic in Souls (1913)
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917)
Mickey (1918)
Shoulder Arms (1918)
True Heart Susie (1919)

I really don't know how many pre-1920's one and two reel movies I've seen. A lot from Roundhay Garden Scene to the comedy shorts of Chaplin, Arbuckle, Lloyd and John Bunny.

As for features, that would depend on what you consider feature length for that period: 1 hour, 2 hours?

All the DW Griffith features between 1915 and 1922, a collection of westerns from The Great Train Robbery to William S. Hart's Tumbleweeds (1926) and what I was able to find of the pre-1920 films of Lon Chaney.

Cabiria (1914)
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)
The Student of Prague (1913)

YouTube is a gold mine of silent shorts and features, indispensable to anyone with a universal appetite for movies.

And This, Too, Shall Pass Away

Re: What feature films over 100 years old have you seen?

The Birth of a Nation, Intolerance, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The Patchwork Girl of Oz, maybe some others that I don't quite remember.

Re: What feature films over 100 years old have you seen?

Birth of a nation and Intolerance
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