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Nosferatu: History and Home Video Guide, Part 7

Serenading the Undead: So Many Scores Count Orlok’s misdeeds have had countless different live and recorded scores over the years All those accompanying the various restorations on home video are

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Nosferatu: Chronicles from the Vaults, Volume III

Il Cinema Ritrovato 2011 catalogue notes Nosferatu, helmed by iconic director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, is one of the key works of the entire silent era Both have inspired – then

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Nosferatu: Chronicles from the Vaults, Volume II

Il Cinema Ritrovato 1995 catalogue notes Nosferatu, helmed by iconic director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, is one of the the key works of the entire silent era Both have inspired –

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Nosferatu: Chronicles from the Vaults

On the Way to Nosferatu: Presentation of a Reconstruction by Enno Patalas Nosferatu, helmed by iconic director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, is one of the the key works of the entire silent

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Nosferatu: History and Home Video Guide, Part 2

1920s Screenings and Die zwölfte Stunde (1930) Every known première and early screening of the vampire film that refused to die Even legal action from the widow of Dracula’s author couldn’t halt

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Nosferatu Unleashed in HD: Every Blu-ray Reviewed

Nosferatu (1922) is the earliest screen version of Dracula It’s one of the most popular and recognisable of all silent films Issued countless times on Betamax, VHS, LaserDisc and DVD

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Nosferatu: History and Home Video Guide

“Nosferatu – Does this word not sound to thee like the midnight call of the Bird of Death? Take care in saying it, otherwise the images of life will fade to shadows, and ghostly dreams will rise from your heart and nourish themselves on your blood.”

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Multiple-Language Version Film Collectors’ Guide, Part 2

1931–1932 Films Get your teeth into multiple-language version films on Blu-ray and DVD! Feast your eyes on this rundown of the best MLVs of the early sound era Continuing this series

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Multiple-Language Version Film Collectors’ Guide

1930 Films Q: What do the following have in common? Laurel and Hardy, Greta Garbo, Buster Keaton, Marlene Dietrich, Alfred Hitchcock, John Wayne, Dracula and Fritz Lang. A: They all

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The Multiple-Language Version Film: A Curious Moment in Cinema History

The multiple-language version film was a short-lived product of the transition from silents to talkies, which led to a host of conundrums and consequences In the first of a series