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The hunchback of Notre Dame / Carl Laemmle presents a Universal production ; adaptation by Perley Poor Sheehan ; scenario by Edward T. Lowe, Jr. ; directed by Wallace Worsley.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Peabody PL - Columbia City BLU-RAY DRAMA (Text) 30403002029460 Blu-Ray - Drama Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781893967840
  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (110 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. 1 booklet (11 pages ; 17 cm.)
  • Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Flicker Alley, [2014]

Content descriptions

General Note: Accompanying booklet contains essay by Chaney scholar Michael F. Blake.
Based on the novel by Victor Hugo.
Originally produced in 1923.
Special features: optional audio commentary by Chaney scholar Michael F. Blake, rare footage of Chaney out of makeup on the Cathedral set, a 1915 film: Alas and Alack, in which Chaney plays a hunchback, photo gallery, digital reproduction of the original souvenir program.
Creation/Production Credits Note: Cinematography, Robert Newhard ; art direction, E.E. Sheeley ; music, Donald Hunsberger.
Participant or Performer Note: Lon Chaney, Norman Kerry, Patsy Ruth Miller.
Summary, etc.: Lon Chaney as Quasimodo looks as if he had just stepped out from the original illustrations of Victor Hugo's novel. The sets depicting fifteenth-century Paris covered nineteen acres of Universal Pictures' back lot and included the facade of Notre Dame Cathedral. Filming took six months and the climactic sequence employed 2000 extras, but it's Lon Chaney's performance that makes the character unforgettable. Mastered from a multi-tinted 16mm print struck in 1926 from the original camera negative.
System Details Note: Blu-ray, regions A, B, C, fullscreen (1.33:1); requires Blu-ray player.
Language Note: aSilent dialogue; English subtitles.
Subject: Quasimodo (Fictitious character) > Drama.
Notre-Dame de Paris (Cathedral) > Drama.
Genre: Feature films.
Romance films.
Fiction films.
Silent films.
Film adaptations.

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