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Facets Multimedia in Chicago has a rental VHS copy of "L'Inhumaine" that
is no restoration but doesn't look too bad. (There's also quite a nice
color restoration of L'Herbier's "Eldorado").

Some of Facets's rental policies have changed, but the information
should be accessible at www.facets.org.

--Robert Keser
Fine Arts Department
National-Louis University
Chicago

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On Behalf Of Tim Shary
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 6:22 PM
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Subject: [SCREEN-L] old French film

Hello--

    I am trying to track down any copies of a film by Marcel L'Herbier,
called "L'Inhumaine" (one English translation is "The Inhuman Woman"),
from
1924. Apparently some of the sets were designed by Fernand Leger, and I
know
that I've met people who've seen and studied it.  That's about all I've
got
to go on, so please let me know if you have any leads.  Thank you--

    Tim

Dr. Timothy Shary
Director of Screen Studies
Assistant Professor of Screen Studies
Traina Center for the Arts
Clark University
Worcester, MA  01610
508-793-7285

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