7 comments

  • By Sidney
    July 19, 2012
    06:32 PM

    1) I love silent films, and this looks a great one. 2) The supplements of the upcoming release. 3) The simplicitiy.
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  • By paulvonspector
    July 20, 2012
    08:09 PM

    Saw this film once in Brooklyn. It's a very sweet, romantic film and it has some amazing early twentieth century images of New York. Can't wait to buy my copy.
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  • By Joey
    July 23, 2012
    09:40 PM

    1) Looks charming 2) I enjoy silent cinema 3) Going to have last performance as a supplement with Conrad Veidt. Oh Yeah!
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  • By Davyd
    July 25, 2012
    01:40 PM

    Are you sure this is silent?
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    • By Barry Moore
      July 16, 2013
      08:39 PM

      Accurately speaking, 'Lonesome' should not be described as a silent picture, since it was released with a soundtrack that even includes some recorded dialogue, which is evident from the clip provided here. 'The Kiss', 'City Lights', and 'Modern Times' are a few other examples of sound films (i.e., films with optical soundtracks) that are consistently but erroneously regarded as silent.
  • By le silent movie buff
    July 31, 2012
    08:12 PM

    the greatest silent film in my humble opinion.
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  • By Polmartin14
    September 08, 2012
    11:09 AM

    I Love this film...!
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