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You won't go wrong watching these.
Rene Navarre and Edmond Breon as protagonist and antagonist give surprisingly restrained (and effective) performances considering that this film was made in 1913.
This is a minor quibble given the overall excellence of the restoration and the supplementary features included by Kino.
This is not a film set for everyone. I purchased it because I love the cinema and this set was or is an important Silent Film. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles from Redondo Beach
This is a good 5-film collection for the collector. Not the smoothest and most sophisticated film-making by modern standards but good for the collector and actually rather... Read morePublished 4 months ago by purchasing responder
fantastic way to introduce yourself to the early genre of mystery on film.Published 6 months ago by Roger K. Romer
Simply loved Fantomas! Extras could have been better, but at least the films were great.Published 6 months ago by Ross Warren
As I'm watching this, this very moment.. I'm going to rack this one on my "one of my Favorites silent movies" along with Les Vampires. Fantomas is also french made. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Timothy S. Mcpherson
*Fantomas* is phenomenal! I am a big fan of pre-1920's silent films. These were made in 1913 & while you might expect dramatic overacting (there are very few intertitles) to move... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Maia
After one-hundred years, the story of Fantomas is still enthralling. A criminal mastermind is tracked down by a police detective and a reporter, and he manages to outwit them each... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Thomas L. Canfield
For a black and white, silent set of movies, these were fascinating. Acting was better than I expected (not too many raised black eyebrows and rolling eyes! Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by Irene C
The first expressions of a new artistic medium are often filled with fantastic energy & liberating possibility. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by William Timothy Lukeman