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Peter Sellars's adaptation of the Cabinent of Dr. Caligari which he titled,
Le Cabinet du Dr. Ramirez has no dialogue, so that might take the pie.  But
that film is hard to find.
 
Michael Angelo-Antonioni's Blow Up is famous for its 20 minute (1 reeler)
that has no dialogue.
 
Quest for fire has dialogue, but it is in a language which doesn't exist.
Actually it has some hints of french in it which I thought was fascinating
because it was made by a french company eventhough they intended to have no
language --ethnocentrocism is a tough thing to break.
 
2001 has long scenes with no dialogue.
 
 
Sincerely,
 
Mark Allen
Xantherboy
 
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