Tale of Two Cities
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Charles Dickens gripping tale is brought to life in these two earliest film adaptations of his famous classic novel. The tale of two men in love the same woman is set against the backdrop of the harsh subjugation of the French peasantry which transforms to the barbarism of French Revolution. Includes both the 1911 short which runs 21 minutes and the 1917 feature starring William Farnum which runs 76 minutes. Both feature and short are scored by Christopher Congdon
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It has chinese subtitles...so, I wend my way thru the companies involved in producing it....The Castaways Pictures seems to be bound up with Cinemasie and also with HK Flix...be nice if the ad specified it was an Asian production. I bought an Asian DVD of Song Without End/Dirk Bogarde...it had scenes deleted, was grainy and sound was poor at times...in fact, I went and got another copy of the VHS I had given my sister when I got the DVD. So, with fear and trepidation, I sat down to watch this DVD...it was not of the quality that you expect from a DVD. But, seems to be the only version of this adaptation available.