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Чарли Чаплин: Коллекция. том 1 / Charlie Chaplin (5 п/м фиьмов, бонус, 1936-1952) 7хDVD9 + 2хDVD5 (ZXX)
Жанр: комедия, трагикомедия
Страна: США
Режиссер: Чарльз Чаплин
В ролях: Чарльз Чаплин и другие
Сюжет фильма:
Новые времена, 1936 г.
Человек против машины! Извечный герой Чарли Чаплина, маленький бродяга, отчаянно борется с нормами индустриальной эпохи - жестким рабочим графиком и изнурительной монотонностью работы.
Великий диктатор, 1940 г.
Блистательный антифашистский фарс. Легендарный комик играет двойную роль: диктатора Аденоида Хинкеля и еврейского цирюльника, который пытается сорвать планы своего двойника-перевертыша о мировом господстве.
Золотая лихорадка, 1925 г.
История о злоключениях извечного любимца публики, маленького бродяги, который на этот раз отправляется на золотые прииски Аляски и как всегда порадует вас бесконечным калейдоскопом трюков и комических ситуаций.
Огни рампы, 1952 г.
Последняя картина Чаплина, снятая в Голливуде. Неподражаемый эксцентрик в роли стареющего актера мюзик-холла, клоуна Кальверо, который спасает от самоубийства молодую балерину (Клэр Блум), и в заботе о ней обретает вкус к жизни. Эта лента интересна появлением другой величайшей звезды немого кино - Бастера Китона.
Чарли: жизнь и искусство Чарльза Чаплина
В документальную ленту критика журнала "Time", Ричарда Шикеля вошли интервью с Вуди Алленом, Мартином Скорсезе, Джонни Деппом и другими звездами мирового кино. (Фильм-фаворит Международного Каннского фестиваля 2003 года).
*****
Личная оценка: 10 из 10
Продолжительность: около 12 часов
Тип: DVD-9
Система: PAL
Битрейт видео: ~ 5000 кб/с
Сотношение сторон: 4х3
Размер диска: 7xDVD9 + 2xDVD-5
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Субтитры: English, Francais, Deutsch, Italiano, Espanol, Russian, English, Nederlands
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Оригинальное описание

Charles Spencer Chaplin, the London ragamuffin who became the most popular man of his era, gets his proper due with this deluxe package of four classics. Each two-disc set begins with an excellent new digital transfer of the picture and remastered sound. "The Gold Rush", Chaplin's 1925 masterpiece, puts the Little Tramp into the snowy Yukon; it includes such celebrated sequences as the "Dance of the Rolls" and Chaplin's uncanny metamorphosis into a large chicken. Both the original silent version and Chaplin's re-edited 1942 release (for which he added his own musical score and narration) are included. A documentary on "Chaplin Today" looks at the film through the eyes of Burkina Faso director Idrissa Ouedraogo. "Modern Times" (1936) is Chaplin's peerless take on the machine age; his ballet on the assembly line remains one of the great images of modern man driven mad by mechanization. The DVD extras include a couple of (somewhat extraneous) vintage promotional films about the wonderful world of mass production, the famous Chaplin composition "Smile" performed by Liberace (huh?), and penetrating comments on the film by the Belgian filmmakers Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne.
"The Great Dictator" is Chaplin's comic undressing of Hitler, boldly released in 1940. An absorbing documentary, "The Tramp and the Dictator," details production of the film, and color footage shot on the set provides fascinating behind-the-scenes material. "Limelight" (1952), in which he plays a fading vaudevillian, is Chaplin's magnificent elegy on his own career. Extras include a deleted scene, the entire Oscar-winning score, and Bernardo Bertolucci on the film's emotional impact: "I don't cry often, but here my tears flow." Each film has a loving introduction by Chaplin biographer David Robinson--but newcomers to Chaplin should watch the movies first, as the extras give away endings and the best jokes.
Modern Times (2 Disc Special Edition) (1936)
A "Chaplin Today" feature includes the penetrating observations of Belgian directors Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne. Whimsically, there's a karaoke version of Chaplin's nonsense song (the first time his voice is heard in his films), plus a clip of Liberace crooning the famous Chaplin composition "Smile." A curious 10-minute Cuban film from 1967 records the reactions of villagers seeing a movie for the first time (it's "Modern Times"), and along with photo and poster galleries, the extras are somewhat padded out with two vintage promotional films about the machine age.
Charlie Chaplin is in glorious form in this legendary satire of the mechanized world. As a factory worker driven bonkers by the soulless momentum of work, Chaplin executes a series of slapstick routines around machines, including a memorable encounter with an automatic feeding apparatus. The pantomime is triumphant, but Chaplin also draws a lively relationship between the Tramp and a street gamine. She's played by Paulette Goddard, then Chaplin's wife and probably his best leading lady (here and in "The Great Dictator"). The film's theme gave the increasingly ambitious writer-director a chance to speak out about social issues, as well as indulging in the bittersweet quality of pathos that critics were already calling "Chaplinesque." In 1936, Chaplin was still holding out against spoken dialogue in films, but he did use a synchronized soundtrack of sound effects and his own music, a score that includes one of his most famous melodies, "Smile." And late in the film, Chaplin actually does speak--albeit in a garbled gibberish song, a rebuke to modern times in talking pictures.
Edition Details:
- All-new restoration with digital transfer from Cineteca Bologna and remastered
- Introduction to the film by biographer David Robinson, illustrated by stills
- Chaplin Today: "Modern Times" documentary directed by Philippe Truffault
- Gallery of film posters from the world
- Karaoke version of Chaplin's "nonsense" song
- Set photo gallery including original story notes, shooting log and production reports (over 250)
- Twodeleted scenes
- "Smile" sung by Liberace (1956)
- Behind the Scenes in the Machine Age (1931); U.S. Goverment-sponsered film
- Symphony in F (1940); promotional musical film by the Ford Motor Company
- Por primera vez (For the First Time) (1967); Cuban short film
- Trailers
The Great Dictator (2 Disc Special Edition) (1940)
In Chaplin's classic satire on Nazi Germany, dictator Adenoid Hynkel has a double -- a poor Jewish barber--who one day is mistaken for Hynkel.
Kevin Brownlow and Michael Kloft's absorbing documentary, "The Tramp and the Dictator," backgrounds Chaplin and Hitler (who were born a few days apart) and gives a detailed account of "The Great Dictator's" production. Twenty-five minutes of color footage, shot by Chaplin's brother Sydney on the set, provides a fascinating look behind the scenes.
Since Adolf Hitler had the audacity to borrow his mustache from the most famous celebrity in the world--Charlie Chaplin--it meant Hitler was fair game for Chaplin's comedy. (Strangely, the two men were born within four days of each other.) "The Great Dictator", conceived in the late thirties but not released until 1940, when Hitler's war was raging across Europe, is the film that skewered the tyrant. Chaplin plays both Adenoid Hynkel, the power-mad ruler of Tomania, and a humble Jewish barber suffering under the dictator's rule. Paulette Goddard, Chaplin's wife at the time, plays the barber's beloved; and the rotund comedian Jack Oakie turns in a weirdly accurate burlesque of Mussolini, as a bellowing fellow dictator named Benzino Napaloni, Dictator of Bacteria. Chaplin himself hits one of his highest moments in the amazing sequence where he performs a dance oflove with a large inflated globe of the world. Never has the hunger for world domination been more rhapsodically expressed. The slapstick is swift and sharp, but it was not enough for Chaplin. He ends the film with the barber's six-minute speech calling for peace and prophesying a hopeful future for troubled mankind. Some critics have always felt the monologue was out of place, but the lyricism and sheer humanity of it are still stirring. This was the last appearance of Chaplin's Little Tramp character, and not coincidentally it was his first all-talking picture.
Edition Details:
- All-new restoration with digital transfer from the Chaplin family vault and remastered
- The Tramp and the Dictator: documentary directed by KevinBrownlow and Michael Kloft
- The Production Filmed in Color by Sydney Chaplin (1939/40)
- Gallery of film posters
- A seven-minute sequence shot in 1918 for Sunnyside that inspired the famous barber scene in "The Great Dictator"
- A scene from "Monsieur Verdoux"
- Trailers
The Gold Rush (2 Disc Special Edition) (1925)
A lone prospector ventures into Alaska looking for gold. He gets mixed up with some burly characters and falls in love with the beautiful Georgia. He tries to win her heart with his singular charm.
Disc 1 has the 69-minute reissue version of the film, prepared by Chaplin in 1942, with his own musical score and narration; disc 2 has the 96-minute silent original (some Chaplin fans prefer it silent). Along with photo gallery, posters, and trailers, there's a half-hour documentary that includes Burkina Faso filmmaker Idrissa Ouedraogo's comments.
After the box-office failure of his first dramatic film,"A Woman of Paris", Charlie Chaplin brooded over his ensuing comedy. "The next film must be an epic!" he recalled in his autobiography. "The greatest!" He found inspiration, paradoxically, in stories of the backbreaking Alaskan gold rush and the cannibalistic Donner Party. These tales of tragedy and endurance provided Chaplin with a rich vein of comic possibilities. The Little Tramp finds himself in the Yukon, along with a swarm of prospectors heading over Chilkoot Pass (an amazing sight restaged by Chaplin in his opening scenes, filmed in the snowy Sierra Nevadas). When the Tramp is trapped in a mountain cabin with two other fortune hunters, Chaplin stages a veritable ballet of starvation, culminating in the cooking of a leathery boot. Back in town, theTramp is smitten by a dance-hall girl (Georgia Hale), but it seems impossible that she could ever notice him. "The Gold Rush" is one of Chaplin's simplest, loveliest features; and despite its high comedy, it never strays far from Chaplin's keen grasp of loneliness. In 1942, Chaplin reedited the film and added music and his own narration for a successful rerelease.
Edition Details:
- Contains both the original 1925 silent version (96 mins.) and the 1942 sound-era release (69 mins.)
- All-new restoration with digital transfer from the Chaplin family vault and remastered
- Introduction by biographer David Robinson, illustrated by stills
- "Chaplin Today: The Gold Rush" documentary directed by SergeLe Peron with Idrissa Ouedraogo
- The Gold Rush 1925 (original silent version), additional music arranged and interpreted by Neil Brand
- Gallery of film posters from around the world
- Set photo gallery (over 250)
- Trailers
Limelight (2 Disc Special Edition) (1952)
A fading comedian and a suicidally despondent ballet dancer must look to each other to find meaning and hope in their lives.
A touching "Chaplin Today" documentary includes Bernardo Bertolucci's emotional reaction to the film ("I don't cry often, but here my tears flow"), and recollections from the "Limelight's" ingenue, the articulate Claire Bloom. Chaplin's soundtrack (awarded an Oscar in 1972) is presented complete, and there's an interesting deleted scene, Chaplin home movies, and photo and poster galleries. Seven minutes of an uncompleted 1919 short, "The Professor", give an early glimpse at Chaplin's flea-trainer routine.
Certainly, Charlie Chaplin at this point in his career (1952) had earned the right to reflect on his years as an entertainer, and could make his film as overlong and soppy and sentimental as he darn well pleased. But that doesn't mean the rest of us have to abet this kind of melodramatic indulgence. Chaplin stars as Calvero, a fading clown who helps a paralyzed dancer regain the use of her legs and achieve great fame, but of course at grave cost to Calvero. The film is famous for featuring the only onscreen teaming of Chaplin with the other legendary comic of the silent era, Buster Keaton, and is equally infamous for Chaplin having allegedly cut out most of Keaton's best bits in their sequence together. How much Chaplin sabotaged his own movie to keep Keaton from shining has been much debated, but consider: In Keaton's autobiography, he calls Chaplin the greatest screen comic of all time. In Chaplin's autobiography, he never mentions Keaton.
Edition Details:
- All-new restoration with digital transfer from the Chaplin family vault and remastered
- Introduction to the film by biographer David Robinson, illustrated by stills
- "Chaplin Today: Limelight" documentary directed by Edgardo Cozarinsky with Bernardo Bertolucci
- Gallery offilm posters
- Set photo gallery (over 200)
- Deleted scene
- Complete musical soundtrack
- Extract from "The Professor", unfinished mute Chaplin's movie 1919
- Home movies: Chaplin's children (1952), Chaplin in London (1959)
- "Footlights": two excerpts from the original novel, ready by Chaplin
Charlie: the Life and Art of Charles Chaplin
The definitive look at cinema s first genius.
Veteran "Time" movie critic Richard Schickel crafts this extraordinary Charles Chaplin tribute whose world premiere was a highlight of 2003's Cannes Film Festival. Included are classic comedy bits; home movies of Chaplin playing tennis with Groucho Marx or working a routine that became "The Great Dictator's" famed Globe Dance; plus insightful interviews with Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, Johnny Depp, Robert Downey Jr., Chaplin family members and more. Enjoy the genius of one of film's enduring icons. Then find any of the Chaplin films on the Warner label and prove for yourself why Chaplin's genius remains the same in modern living rooms as it did years ago in crowded nickelodeons: his movies still delight children and adults alike.
Including Interviews with: Woody Alien,Richard Attenborough, Jeanine Basinger, Claire Bloom, Geraldine Chaplin, Michael Chaplin, Sydney Chaplin, Johnny Depp, Robert Downey, Jr., Milos Forman, Bill Irwin, Norman Lloyd, Marcel Marceau, David Raksin, David Robinson, Andrew Sarris, Martin Scorsese, David Thomson, Jeffrey Vance. Narrated by Sydney Pollack.

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