Four animal musicians consisting of a Horse, Cat, Dog, & Rooster set out on their own quest to try to find some fame by playing their own music. Unfortunitly every where they go, trouble always occurs whether they are being chased by town folk, a sword fish, or being attacked by an army.
Director: Walt Disney
Production company: Laugh-O-Gram Studio
Writers: Jacob Grimm (story), Wilhelm Grimm (story)
Producer: Walt Disney
Eighty-five of the silent 50-second “actualities” made by the Lumieres between 1895 and 1897 have been mastered from original 35mm material and are presented here in this first ever authorized video presentation. An amazing journey through the birth of the motion picture. Narrated by film director and President of the Institut Lumiere Bertrand Tavernier (Coup de Torchon), with a piano score by Stuart Oderman.
Also known as Alcohol and Its Victims
Don´t do booze!
A good old classic. As in the early days, a moral story on what happens to a man if he starts to drink and gamble. Yes! Drinking and gambling are bad for you! 🙂 Anyways, I enjoyed watching it, since it so well reflects one of the popular themes of cinema of the early days: the moral story. This movie also reminds you of, how it was like in those days, especially what it was like to be poor. Movies of this era are always worth seeing
Director: Ferdinand Zecca
Writers: Ferdinand Zecca, Émile Zola (novel)
Émile Zola (author), Pathé (production)
Language: Silent, French titles, English subtitles