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Thank You, Charlie Tabesh!


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. . . for rescheduling THE COSSACKS in June, as you said you would. I see that it is now set to come on June 2nd at 12am (EST).

 

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Get ready, my Cossack beauties, we're going to have a chance to celebrate yet!

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I do hope that you enjoy the movie. I know that there are many here who love John Gilbert and Ren?e Ador?e and I believe they are very good in this movie.

 

I am sad to say that I feel compelled to enter a note of discord because my father's family are Cossacks. I feel this movie does a great disservice to such a noble people. It makes them appear petty and vindictive when they are the epitome of loyalty and vengeance. It is much as if John Ford set a story in a village of Indians and kept to the characterizations he established for them from the viewpoint of Caucasians.

 

I urge all to watch a movie such as: *Quiet Flows the Don* (1957) for a more accurate depiction of Cossacks at home and in battle.

 

I truly do hope that all who watch: *The Cossacks* (1928) enjoy it as it is a very good movie on many levels. I hope only that none come away from the movie feeling that they have had a glimpse into the life or morals of Cossacks.

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>I feel this movie does a great disservice to such a noble people. It makes them appear petty and vindictive when they are the epitome of loyalty and vengeance

 

Well, if Cossacks are the epitome of vengeance, doesn't that also mean that they can be pretty petty and vindictive, SansFin?

 

Sorry, just funnin' you a little. Your warning is duly noted.

 

What I particularly note, though, is your statement that THE COSSACKS is a very good movie in many ways. And when it comes to watching a silent Hollywood melodrama (or talkie ones either, for that matter) I guess we all know better than to expect to see historical or ethnic accuracy as part of the mix.

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> TomJH wrote:

> Well, if Cossacks are the epitome of vengeance, doesn't that also mean that they can be pretty petty and vindictive, SansFin?

 

I believe the difference is an attitude which must be felt and so is difficult to express in a manner which a brain can process.

 

You wrong a person:

A petty and vindictive person speaks badly of you, spreads rumors of you and does mean little things to make your life difficult.

The true Cossack way is to either forgive you or cut off your head. There are so very many great wrongs in the world which must be righted that small ones must be dealt with promptly so they will not become a distraction.

 

> I guess we all know better than to expect to see historical or ethnic accuracy as part of the mix.

 

I feel that the impressions we gain from movies settle deep in the subconscious if there is no other data to refute it. We realize on a conscious level that it is a movie only but our subconscious accepts it and holds on to it.

 

I offered this warning only so that the subconscious might build a barrier to accepting what it sees.

 

I truly do think the movie is good and I truly do hope all enjoy it.

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>A petty and vindictive person speaks badly of you, spreads rumors of you and does mean little things to make your life difficult.

>The true Cossack way is to either forgive you or cut off your head.

 

Well, SansFin, I have to say that if someone decided that they were ticked enough with me to cut off my head over the matter, I would definitely consider them to be vindictive.

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I had contacted someone with TCM on LinkedIn and was told that he was okay with a fan contacting him. I was given his personal email address. So I sent him an email with questions thinking he would respond through a reply email. Instead he gave me his phone number and asked if I could call him out in L.A. So I did!

 

Last Thursday we had a wonderful phone conversation that lasted just under thirty minutes. He had a lot of information to give me.

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Yes, I sure hope people will love THE COSSACKS tonight. It's one of my favorites, but people seem to either love this movie or hate it, with little or no middle ground. I still don't know a thing about the new score. I assume it will be by one of the former Young Composers winners. As was the case with Frank Borzage's THE CIRCLE (1925), the last new MGM Silent to debut a couple of years ago. I believe two years ago this month.

 

 

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"Kiss Lie A Cossack!"

 

 

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Renee Adoree and John Gilbert - "Humph, All Cossack Men Are Pigs!"

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Well, it's been a long wait, but I'm certainly looking forward to TCM's broadcast of THE COSSACKS tonight.

 

It's great that the channel has a premiere of a rarity such as this one.

 

Thanks again, Charlie Tabesh for following though on this one.

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I want to thank TCM for airing THE COSSACKS in the wee hours this morning, with the note, as already provided by TB, that it will be re-broadcast again on July 29th for those that missed it.

 

It was a beautiful print, with strong orchestral accompaniment composed by Robert Israel.

 

While this film will hardly be deemed politically correct by the sensitivities of many modern viewers, there's no denying the handsomeness of the overall production or the power (some may even say too much so) of a few of its scenes. Without giving away too much there's one sequence in which father and son (John Gilbert, Ernest Torrence) turn on one another, taking turns f logging each other with a whip. When these Cossacks hate, they really hate, especially within the family. It's a furiously paced, fairly brutal scene, surprisingly so for a silent feature film.

 

And that scene, memorable as it is, is nothing compared to the final reel of this film, the most politically incorrect portion, I suppose, in which some quite grim moments of torture are depicted.

 

I found the performances of the three leads, Gilbert, Torrence and the exquisite Renee Adoree, to be quite strong, even if the activities of their characters may be questioned by many. There is also a strong love scene between Gilbert and Adoree in which he tries to make amends for his impulsive insensitivity to her in the past. Gilbert and Adoree, I feel, are both quite terrific in this sequence.

 

Perhaps appropriately, for any production titled The Cossacks, this film is filled with a heck of a lot of macho activity. Feminists may not be too thrilled with the attitudes adopted by women in this film either. Among other script quibblings, I found the sudden conversion of Gilbert's character in the film abrupt and unconvincing.

 

The Cossacks is no Big Parade for Gilbert/Adoree fans (its screenplay has none of the humanity of that memorable WWI drama, quite the opposite) but it can still be enjoyed as a fun costume drama, and for its rich production values and often lovely photography. Again, though, a repeat of the earlier advisory warning, the film does get surprisingly brutal at times.

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icon_surprised.gif Well, What can I say? It was a beautiful new transfer of THE COSSACKS late Sunday evening. All monochrome, the film maybe could have benefited from some tinting. Chiefly amber for day, and blue during the night scenes. However, very few MGM Silents after 1926 were distributed in tinted prints anymore. So a straight Black and white transfer was probably historically accurate. A brand new Robert Israel score was a stunning and I must say unexpected surprise, because I had asked him about it several months ago more then once, and he said nothing about his being part of the project. Robert's score was solid, but took some warming up to, especially given the repeated brief singing interludes included. That's right singing, during portions of 5 or 6 scenes. Something I don't recall in any of Robert's previous scores. In any event, it was great to see this finally debut on TCM. A long time coming as the France 3 Broadcast was clear back in 2001. The movie is apparently viewable on Watch TCM all the rest of this month as well.

icon_confused.gif Oddly enough, Ben's intro never mentioned the fact that this was in-fact a TCM and most certainly North American broadcast premiere. They did note that THE COSSACKS originally had an Orchestral score, but he did not say a recorded score. I was under the impression that the film had never been released with a Movie-tone or Metro-tone or whatever you want to call it track. At least that is what I had repeatedly been told in the past. So I'm not sure what he was talking about there? Sure it would have boasted a live Orchestra score at several screening premieres. And he never specifically noted a recorded score in this. If it did have a vintage track, it has obviously been lost.

 

Just how many projects has Robert scored now for TCM now? Quite a few and I assume that this new version of THE COSSACKS should be released by Warner Archive soon as well.

 

 

 

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icon_confused.gif Oddly enough, Ben's intro never mentioned the fact that this was in-fact a TCM and most certainly North American broadcast premiere.

Yes, gagman, it was very gratifying to see TCM show THE COSSACKS, and I, too, wondered why Ben didn't take a moment in his introduction to mention that it was a North American premiere. TCM has a right to be proud of that fact, especially with such a lovely print and musical score.

 

He did state, though, that Clarence Brown was the uncredited director of most of the film, a fact I didn't know. Regarding Brown, he also made reference to Valentino's THE EAGLE, another Russian-themed costume adventure which the same director had made three years before.

 

Years ago I remember getting my mother to watch THE EAGLE with me. She did so ready to laugh, as she had never seen a Valentino film, only a few clips of him with flaring nostrils and popping eyes. She thought it was going to be a real exercise in overripe ham acting.

 

After the film had ended her first words were that she could understand why women in the '20s were attracted to Rudy. She loved his understated performance and, especially, the fact that he could effectively play many of his scenes with a sense of humour, something that shocked her. After seeing THE EAGLE all of my mother's pre-conceived notions about Rudolph Valentino were altered and she had nothing but comments of admiration and sympathy (considering his early death) to say about him.

 

I selected THE EAGLE intentionally as a Valentino introduction for her (as I would for anyone else) because it is unquestionably one of the best films that the silent icon ever made, a really fun costume romp with an engaging sense of humour, and Rudy is in great action hero form.

 

Still buzzing from TCM's broadcast of THE COSSACKS, I hope that one day the channel, which has shown so many other Valentino products in the past, will finally be able to show THE EAGLE. And it's my understanding that a beautiful print of the film does exist through Thames Television, with, glory of glories, a musical compostion by the great Carl Davis.

 

That would be a really special treat. And all those who have seen Valentino sit around posing like a great seducer in some of his other films would probably be shocked at his humourous and convincingly athletic performance as an action hero, somewhat in the Fairbanks mold.

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Yes, there is a fine grain 35 millimeter print of THE EAGLE. I have the Thames Silents version with the Carl Davis score on DVD-R from Laser-disc. Dramatically better quality then the sub-par Kino release which was made from a 16 millimeter source. However, it has since been completely remastered by Kevin Brownlow's Photoplay Productions from the original camera Negative in the Raymond Rohauer/Doris Corporation Collection, now owned by Cohen. So our best chance of getting a Blu-ray release of THE EAGLE with the Carl Davis score is definitely through Cohen since they have the donor rights to the original materials. TCM to the best of my knowledge has only aired the Killiam edition in the past. And that was a long time ago. This film is definitely long overdue for a much improved DVD release. It's never been on Blu-ray.

 

icon_biggrin.gif I'm elated that so many people enjoyed THE COSSACKS as it has been a frequent victim of unduly harsh criticism on Nitrateville in the past. I have yet to read any really negative comments on the TCM Forums, the numerous Facebook Silent film groups,and several other sites. The film and Robert's score has garnered nothing but high praise.

icon_smile.gif Want to thank Robert for explaining his mindset in scoring the picture. From a Ukrainian, rather then a Russian perspective. This I found most insightful. I still am unclear as to how the project came about? But I am pleased that it did. Hopefully, at some point TCM will produce a version of TWELVE MILES OUT witch I have yet to see in it's entirety. Of course my founded wish is a Colleen Moore film or two. Most likely HER WILD OAT or LILAC TIME figures to be the first Moore First National feature that TCM will broadcast. Chuck Tabesh told me that HER WILD OAT had been on TCM's Radar as far back as 2009. I recently heard from a guy who told me that TCM should be debuting Karl Brown's STARK LOVE in the fall. He's very surprised that it has yet to be shown.

Incidentally, I gotta believe that TCM has close to enough films several of which Robert has scored, to feature Renee Adoree on it's annual Summer Under The Stars. Gilbert was so honored a few years back.
 
 
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Yes, there is a fine grain 35 millimeter print of THE EAGLE. I have the Thames Silents version with the Carl Davis score on DVD-R from Laser-disc. Dramatically better quality then the sub-par Kino release which was made from a 16 millimeter source. However, it has since been completely remastered by Kevin Brownlow's Photoplay Productions from the original camera Negative in the Raymond Rohauer/Doris Corporation Collection, now owned by Cohen. So our best chance of getting a Blu-ray release of THE EAGLE with the Carl Davis score is definitely through Cohen since they have the donor rights to the original materials. TCM to the best of my knowledge has only aired the Killiam edition in the past. And that was a long time ago. This film is definitely long overdue for a much improved DVD release. It's never been on Blu-ray.

 

icon_biggrin.gif I'm elated that so many people enjoyed THE COSSACKS as it has been a frequent victim of unduly harsh criticism on Nitrateville in the past. I have yet to read any really negative comments on the TCM Forums, the numerous Facebook Silent film groups,and several other sites. The film and Robert's score has garnered nothing but high praise.

 

icon_smile.gif Want to thank Robert for explaining his mindset in scoring the picture. From a Ukrainian, rather then a Russian perspective. This I found most insightful. I still am unclear as to how the project came about? But I am pleased that it did. Hopefully, at some point TCM will produce a version of TWELVE MILES OUT witch I have yet to see in it's entirety. Of course my founded wish is a Colleen Moore film or two. Most likely HER WILD OAT or LILAC TIME figures to be the first Moore First National feature that TCM will broadcast. Chuck Tabesh told me that HER WILD OAT had been on TCM's Radar as far back as 2009. I recently heard from a guy who told me that TCM should be debuting Karl Brown's STARK LOVE in the fall. He's very surprised that it has yet to be shown.

 

Incidentally, I gotta believe that TCM has close to enough films several of which Robert has scored, to feature Renee Adoree on it's annual Summer Under The Stars. Gilbert was so honored a few years back.

 
 

 

gagman, you have my envy for having that copy of The Eagle. I merely have a scratchy DVD image put out by Image Entertainment years ago. Nothing quite so disheartening as having a mediocre image of a film you really like.

 

I've never seen any of the other silents that you mentioned, but it would be particularly gratifying to finally see LilacTime. Silent film or not, I'm a big fan of Gary Cooper. By the way, years ago I purchased a small autograph album I found in an antique store. There were about 40 autographs in it of luminaries of the stage and screen. Among the autographs of silent stars that I found in it were those of Colleen Moore, Mary Pickford, Tom Mix and Esther Ralston. It was quite a find, needless to say.

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