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Les Miserables 1925 6 hour 4K restored silent film - Available to stream for free - other Silent Classic films available
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Les Miserables 1925 6 hour 4K restored silent film - Available to stream for free - other Silent Classic films available

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Les Miserables 1925 6 hour 4K restored silent film - Available to stream for free - other Silent Classic films available
Posted 31st Jul
The best film adaptation of the novel. Available to stream for free with other silent classics
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Cold. You can't hear what's going on.
Cold. Not in English.
6 hours
Perfect timing! Was wondering what to do today 😁
I'm impressed, great find! Wouldn't have ever thought of looking for online films from abroad.
There's a great old interview with Orson Wells. Pure gold!
4K 😵
Les Miserables may not have been available but there are a lot of other very interesting films. Thanks OP!
Wonderful
This is a great find. If you love film. Thanks
Not working for me, it says Les Mis is unavailable but the others are working.
Bertz9902/08/2020 11:50

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Yeah they used to use chemical film in those days which instead of pixels had little grains that could hold the light-sensitive chemicals on the surface of the film... I think they used to use 35mm film in early French cinema (I may be wrong), which would have had fine enough grain to capture detail equivalent to a bit more than 4k in digital terms.
The sad thing with a lot of these old films though is that they've degraded over the years - when we look at old films and they look really dull and blurry and full of scratches, when they were new they'd have looked a lot nicer.
Monkeyface02/08/2020 18:00

Not working for me, it says Les Mis is unavailable but the others are …Not working for me, it says Les Mis is unavailable but the others are working. Yeah they used to use chemical film in those days which instead of pixels had little grains that could hold the light-sensitive chemicals on the surface of the film... I think they used to use 35mm film in early French cinema (I may be wrong), which would have had fine enough grain to capture detail equivalent to a bit more than 4k in digital terms. The sad thing with a lot of these old films though is that they've degraded over the years - when we look at old films and they look really dull and blurry and full of scratches, when they were new they'd have looked a lot nicer.


The 4K tinted restoration is stunning. Can’t believe it’s 95 years old. It’s a shame it was removed the same day I posted the deal. Sorry.
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