THE LADY (1925)

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THE LADY (1925)

PostFri Mar 02, 2018 1:46 pm

Just came across an upload of this early Frank Borzage movie. Unfortunately the print is of very poor quality. Is this the best known copy?
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Re: THE LADY (1925)

PostFri Mar 02, 2018 2:41 pm

earlytalkiebuffRob wrote:Just came across an upload of this early Frank Borzage movie. Unfortunately the print is of very poor quality. Is this the best known copy?


Ask the Cohen Media Group since they own the copyright. They may have a better and complete version.....
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Re: THE LADY (1925)

PostFri Mar 02, 2018 3:35 pm

drednm wrote:
earlytalkiebuffRob wrote:Just came across an upload of this early Frank Borzage movie. Unfortunately the print is of very poor quality. Is this the best known copy?


Ask the Cohen Media Group since they own the copyright. They may have a better and complete version.....


I'm only aware of the Cohen copy at LOC that's missing Reel 2. There's also a bootleg around of the same source but they seem to have forgotten to copy another reel as well, i don't remember which one. Anyway, one of my favorite Talmadge films, she worked particularly well with Borzage.

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Re: THE LADY (1925)

PostFri Mar 02, 2018 3:44 pm

greta de groat wrote:
drednm wrote:
earlytalkiebuffRob wrote:Just came across an upload of this early Frank Borzage movie. Unfortunately the print is of very poor quality. Is this the best known copy?


Ask the Cohen Media Group since they own the copyright. They may have a better and complete version.....


I'm only aware of the Cohen copy at LOC that's missing Reel 2. There's also a bootleg around of the same source but they seem to have forgotten to copy another reel as well, i don't remember which one. Anyway, one of my favorite Talmadge films, she worked particularly well with Borzage.

grta


That's the one, but at least one non-Cohen source says they have the complete film. Who knows.....
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