Fantômas V: Le Faux Magistrat 1914

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Fantômas has been arrested and is jailed in Brussels, but inspector Juve wants him arrested and sentenced for all his crimes in France. Thus Juve settles Fantômas’ escape so he can be traced to his gang’s, in Saint-Calais – France, where apaches Paulet and Ribonard have just robbed the diamonds of the broke Marquis de Tergall. On his way Fantômas kills justice Pradier and decides to go under this disguise when he finds that Pradier had just been appointed to Saint-Calais’ court.

Director: Louis Feuillade
Writers: Marcel Allain (novel), Louis Feuillade
Stars: René Navarre, Edmund Breon, Georges Melchior

 

Fantômas IV: contre Fantômas 1914

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As inspector Juve seems to be unable to put Fantômas behind bars the Press comes up with the idea Juve must be Fantômas himself! Juve is soon jailed as an attempt to ease the stress on his case. But Fantômas is free and having his old archrival convicted is certainly an evil dream he wants to come true.
– Written by viktor-18 <viktor_p@mail.com>

Director: Louis Feuillade
Writers: Marcel Allain (novel), Louis Feuillade
Stars: René Navarre, Georges Melchior, Laurent Morléas

 

Fantômas III: Le Mort Qui Tue 1913

 

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After a body disappears from inside the prison, a series of crimes take place, all seemingly by the dead man. With Juve presumed dead, Fandor must investigate alone. Will Fantomas finally be brought to justice?
Director: Louis Feuillade
Writers: Marcel Allain (novel), Louis Feuillade
Stars: René Navarre, Edmund Breon, Georges Melchior

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Fantômas II: Juve contre Fantômas 1913

 

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In Part Two of Louis Feuillade’s 5 1/2-hour epic follows FantÃ’mas, the criminal lord of Paris, master of disguise, the creeping assassin in black, as he is pursued by the equally resourceful Inspector Juve.
Director: Louis Feuillade
Writers: Marcel Allain (novel), Louis Feuillade | 1 more credit »
Stars: René Navarre, Edmund Breon, Georges Melchior

Fantômas Part 1 In the Shadow of the Guillotine 1913

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ALSO KNOWN AS FANTÔMAS: À L’OMBRE DE LA GUILLOTINE

French serial in five separate parts over the next 5 days

For the arch-criminal Fantômas, no crime is too daring, too adventurous. A master of disguise, he has no trouble relieving the Princess Danidoff of her priceless pearl necklace at the Royal Palace Hotel. Inspectator Juve is determined to capture Fantômas and put an end to his limitless villainy. Whilst investigating the disappearance of Lord Beltham, Juve finds himself on the trail of his arch-enemy once more. He discovers that Beltham’s widow has been having a secret affair with a mysterious stranger, Gurn. In Gurn’s apartment, Juve discovers the dead body of Lord Beltham and business cards bearing the name Fantômas. A triumphant Juve makes an easy arrest of Gurn, alias Fantômas, and is sure that nothing can save the evil-doer from the guillotine. But Lady Beltham has an ingenious plan to save her lover, using an actor Valgrand who closely resembles Gurn. ×

Director: Louis Feuillade
Writers: Marcel Allain (novel), Louis Feuillade
Stars: René Navarre, Edmund Breon, Georges Melchior


<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/115049046″>Fantomas – A l’ombre de la guillotine (1913)</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user9598105″>George Morbedadze</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

L’Agonie de Byzance 1913

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Also Known as The Agony of Byzantium

Louis Feuillade stages one of the most important events in history: the fall of Ottomansin 1453 by which the Ottomans put an end to Christian domination. The film is particularly ambitious for the time: some scenes feature hundreds of extras, several sets are used and the costumes are very tailored. A symphonic music was even composed by Henri Février to be played by an orchestra of one hundred musicians and large organ during the projection at the Gaumont Palace (1). Feuillade manages to master this great production, including in combat scenes. Everything is filmed at the height of man and in fixed camera (main technical limitation at that time) which forced to use many tricks so that all the action takes place in the frame. Some important historical points are present like those gigantic cannons (of which only the end is visible) which allowed the assailants to pierce the walls. The Agony of Byzantium is one of the most glorious historical films of its time.

 

Director: Louis Feuillade
Writer: Louis Feuillade (scenario)
Stars: Luitz-Morat, Georges Melchior, Albert Reusy

Fantômas contre Fantômas 1914

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As inspector Juve seems to be unable to put Fantômas behind bars the Press comes up with the idea Juve must be Fantômas himself! Juve is soon jailed as an attempt to ease the stress on his case. But Fantômas is free and having his old archrival convicted is certainly an evil dream he wants to come true.
– Written by viktor-18 <viktor_p@mail.com>

Director: Louis Feuillade
Writers: Marcel Allain (novel), Louis Feuillade
Stars: René Navarre, Georges Melchior, Laurent Morléas