Intolerance

Intolerance

Lillian Gish
Director: D.W. Griffith Cast: Lillian Gish
Lillian Gish
, Mae Marsh
Mae Marsh
, Robert Harron
Robert Harron
D.W. Griffith

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Overview

Considered by some to be the best silent film ever made, D.W. Griffith's Intolerance comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.33:1. Supplemental materials include a filmed introduction from the legendary Orson Welles, clips from Cabiria and The Last Days of Pompeii, and deleted materials from the film. This is an excellent disc for anyone with an interest in the earliest days of film.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/10/2002
UPC: 0738329026721
Original Release: 1916
Rating: NR
Source: Kino Lorber
Time: 3:17:00
Sales rank: 40,939

Special Features

Filmed introduction by Orson Welles ; Excerpts from Cabiria (1914) and The Last Days of Pompeii (1914), two films that inspired Griffith to make Intolerance; Text excerpts from "Away With Meddlers: A Declaration of Independence" and "The Rise and Fall of Free Speech in America," two pamphlets published by D.W. Griffith at the time of Intolerance's release; Excerpts from The Fall of Babylon (1916) which offers an alternate (happy) ending to the Babylonian sequence; About the score

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lillian Gish The Woman Who Rocks the Cradle
Mae Marsh The Dear One
Robert Harron The Boy
Miriam Cooper The Friendless One
Walter Long The Musketeer of the Slums
Tully Marshall High Priest of Bel
Alfred Paget Prince Belshazzar
Mary Alden "Uplifter" and Reformer
Monte Blue Strike Leader
Lucille Brown "Uplifters"
William Brown The Warden
Edmund Burns The 2nd Charioteer of the Priest of Bel
Gino Corrado The Runner
Jack Cosgrove Chief Eunuch
Donald Crisp Extra
Ruth Darling Actor
Max Davidson The Kindly Neighbor
Edward Dillon Chief Detective
Ted Duncan Captain of the Gate Bodyguard to the Prin
Pearl Elmore "Uplifters"
Eagle Eye Barbarian Chieftain
George Fawcett A Babylonian Judge
Ruth Handforth Brown Eyes' Mother
Joseph Henaberry Adm. Coligny
Clyde Hopkins Jenkins Secretary
Roben Lawlor Judge
William E. Lawrence Henry of Navarre
Alberta Lee Wife of the Kindly Neighbor
Jennifer Lee Woman at Jenkins' Employees' Dance
Mrs. Arthur Mackley "Uplifters"
Marguerite Marsh A Debutante Guest at the Ball
Felix Modjeska Bodyguard to the Princess
Loyola O'Connor Attareo's Slave
Wallace Reid Boy Killed in the Fighting
Alma Rubens Actor
Ruth St. Denis Solo Dancer
Howard Scott A Babylonian Dandy
A.D. Sears The Mercenary
Fred Turner The Girl's Father
W.S. Van Dyke A Wedding Guest
Gunther von Ritzau First Pharisee
George Walsh The Bridegroom
Eleanor Washington Actor
Winifred Westover The Favorite of Egibi
Howard Gaye The Christ
Olga Grey Mary Magdalene
Mildred Harris Harem Girl
Lloyd Ingraham Judge of the Court
Lillian Langdon Mary, the Mother
Ralph Lewis The Governor
Vera Lewis Mary T. Jenkins
Elmo Lincoln Belshazzar's bodyguard
Bessie Love The Bride of Cana
Seena Owen Attarea, the Prince's Beloved
Eugene Pallette Prosper Latour
George Siegmann Cyrus the Persian
Maxfield Stanley Count d'Anjou
Pauline Starke Harem Girl
Carl Stockdale King Nabonidus
Constance Talmadge Girl from the Mountains
Erich Von Stroheim Second Pharisee
Margery Wilson Brown Eyes
Tom Wilson The Kindly Policeman
Wilfred Lucas Actor
Spottiswood Aitken Brown Eyes' Father
Frank Bennett Charles IX
Barney Bernard Prosecutor
Tod Browning Owner of the Racing Car
Kate Bruce Babylonian Mother
Josephine Crowell Catherine de Medici
Sam de Grasse Arthur Jenkins
Elmer Clifton The Rhapsode

Technical Credits
D.W. Griffith Director,Score Composer,Costumes/Costume Designer,Editor,Producer,Production Designer,Screenwriter
Billy Bitzer Cinematographer
Karl Brown Cinematographer
Tod Browning Asst. Director,Screenwriter
Carl Davis Score Composer
Joseph Henaberry Asst. Director
Rose Smith Editor
James Smith Editor
Erich Von Stroheim Asst. Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Titles [1:24]
2. The Reformers [7:12]
3. Jerusalem, the Golden City [3:00]
4. Paris, A.D. 1572 [5:49]
5. Miss Jenkins Commits [4:32]
6. Babylon, 539 B.C. [10:26]
7. The Labor War [8:23]
8. The Marriage Market [9:55]
9. The Love Temple [3:02]
10. The Hopeful Geranium [8:08]
11. Wedding in Galilee [6:42]
12. The Dear One's Vow [4:48]
13. Cast the First Stone [2:46]
14. The Results of Reform [8:08]
15. Winds of War [5:50]
16. Modern Motherhood [9:02]
17. The Holy Wars [5:06]
18. The Siege [14:08]
19. Confidence [3:08]
20. The Feast of Belshazzar [12:06]
21. Permission to Slaughter [5:27]
22. The Sacred Dance [5:24]
23. A Musketeer's Fate [9:30]
24. The Verdicts [7:49]
25. The Last Dawn [4:15]
26. The Confession [5:52]
27. The Massacre [10:46]
28. The Hordes Invade [7:48]
29. On the Gallows [3:55]
30. Epilogue [2:55]

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