"W. Douglas Burden's legendary docudrama of the Ojibwe search for food includes incredible scenes of stampeding caribou and other Canadian wildlife. Stars Buffalo Child Long Lance, Molly Spotted Elk (a one-time Penobscot dancer for Texas Guinan), and Chauncey Yellow Robe."
"This is perhaps Rin-Tin-Tin's best film. Certainly he out-acts everyone else in it, demonstrating why he, a German Shepherd rescued as a pup from the frontlines of World War I, was able to keep the fledgling Warner Brothers Studio from going under in the 1920s. Other good Rin-Tin-Tin films: Clash of Wolves, Tracked By The Police."
"Two of Keaton's great, but lesser known, comedies on one disc! "Our Hospitality," like the more famous "The General," takes place in the South but involves feuding families rather than a feuding nation. "Sherlock, Jr.," his shortest feature, has some of his most imaginative sight gags."
"Lotte Reiniger's silhouette animation brings life to this retelling of the Arabian Nights tales. Contrary to popular belief, this film--not Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs--is the first full-length animated feature. Charming for all ages. German intertitles are translated."