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Excellent service and item, rare to find.
Definitely a must for anyone interested in animation, and certainly recommended for anyone curious to see something different, special and unforgettable.
There is a deep source of inspiration here for artists, film makers, and humans who still exercize their imagination.
Excellent service and item, rare to find. One of the first animated movies in trick film, interesting to study, funny to watch.Published 16 months ago by Robert Michler
What an incredible and clever work of art. Mind blowing and way way ahead of it's time. This man is a genius.Published 22 months ago by M. Herholz
A number of "boutique labels" have started using the DVD-R and CD-R/Made-On-Demand format for some of their older inventory. Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by Bob S
I had been looking for the works of THIS artist since 1986.
WOW..what a find. Any fan of animation will enjoy this
It's been about 8 years since I first heard the name Ladislas Starevitch. Then someone told me it was Ladislaw Starewicz. Sigh. Read morePublished on September 27, 2006 by cinephile
Cold wars apart, "The Cameraman's Revenge & Other Fantastic Tales" gives us a great complement for the already aesthetically enjoyable collection (visually, narratively and... Read morePublished on July 13, 2005 by E.Levi
Starewicz's films are AMAZINGLY done, considering how much of his work was done in the 1910's. That aside, his stories, are funny, touching, and full of heart. Read morePublished on June 8, 2005 by Fiona
Wow. I was very impressed with Starewicz's work. More so than I had expected to be. Not only is it stand alone brilliant but you can clearly see where and how animators like... Read morePublished on March 6, 2005 by K. P. Brown
This film is worth the price just for "The Mascot," an amazingly sophisticated short film with more subtle character development and more disturbing images than just... Read morePublished on October 30, 2001 by marknyc