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The Wind~1928~DVD~Lilian Gish~Montagu Love~Lars Hanson~FREE SHIP

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Secondary Category: Collectibles > Other Collectibles
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Asking Price $ 24.95 USD per item
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BEFORE ORDERING... BE SURE TO READ ALL INFORMATION IN FULL ... and ALSO all info found on my StoreFront Pages which when I'm out of town includes my VACATION AWAY ALERT... thank you!

***I'm offering transfers of my personal 1st hand satellite capture vhs saves... or if exist and I own, transfers of my original, long out of print Vhs releases... on DVD-R ... listing as "new", because they are new DVD-Rs in new slimcases, however they are NOT new releases, as the movies I offer still have not been 'officially' released on dvd in the U.S.***

If Out of U.S. BEFORE choosing MUST 1st inquire about Out of U.S. S&H options I offer.

"The Wind" (1928) (DVD-R) Lilian Gish rarity in ArtCase w/Free U.S. Shipping including Delivery Confirmation! Transfer to DVD-R of my 1st hand satellite capture of this UNreleased on dvd movie. And if looking for any other still not 'officially' released on dvd titles feel free to ask as have about 1500 titles in my collection with only a handful listed here.

Synopsis CONTAINS SPOILERS The Wind, Victor Sjostrom's final American film, is a western only in its locale: its symbolism-laden story of physical and spiritual repression, culminates in a violent, hysterical outburst, which is more in common with European or Scandanavian cinema. Lillian Gish plays a sheltered Virginia girl who heads to Texas to live with her male cousin and his family. Upon arriving at her new home-actually little more than a squalid shack-she is treated as an unwelcome interloper. Even worse is the omnipresecent wind, which howls ceaselessly all around. To quell the jealousy of her cousin's wife, Lillian marries cowboy Lars Hanson, but this impulsive union seems foredoomed from the start. During Hanson's absence, Lillian is visited by former suitor Montague Love. With rape on his mind, Love laughs derisively as Lillian aims a pistol at his midsection. His laughter ceases when she pulls the trigger (the killing is subtly conveyed by a cutaway to a sand-covered plate, which jiggles slightly from the impact of the shot). In near hysteria, she drags the dead man outside and buries him, the mercilessly wind whipping and buffetting her about. Locking herself in the shack, Lillian looks out the window--and, in fascinated horror, sees Love's body "emerging" from the constantly shifting sands. In the film's original ending, Lillian goes completely mad, wandering blindly into the desert. Preview audiences were revolted by this denoument, so the film now ends with Larson's return and a happy reconciliation (reportedly, director Sjostrom's original cut is still available from European sources). In later years, Lillian Gish recalled The Wind as the toughest, most unpleasant picture she ever worked on. The location scenes were shot in the Mojave Desert, where the combination of relentless heat and artificially induced windstorms made working conditions virtually intolerable. At one point, Ms. Gish absentmindedly clutched the metal handle of her car's door-immediately incurring a second-degree burn. Adapted by Frances Marion from a novel by Dorothy Scarborough. (amg)

Cast:

Lillian Gish - Letty Mason
Lars Hanson - Lige Hightower
Montagu Love - Wirt Roddy
Dorothy Cumming - Cora
Edward Earle - Beverly
William Orlamond - Sourdough

Transfer of my personal 1st hand satellite capture vhs save of not yet 'officially' released on dvd in the U.S. movie on DVD-R... and sent in an ArtCase to make nicer to save :)

PLEASE NOTE: All movies are shared from collector to collector with no rights given or implied, intended as back up of your own save, for personal viewing, media content being free with any fees to cover time, labor and the many materials used to provide the best I can offer.
Because of the ease to copy material all sales are final - I do not offer refunds/returns. It is thee customers responsibility to be sure their playback system accepts the DVD-R format BEFORE sending payment. Please refer to your users manual, look up info online regarding your make & model, or better yet try a Dvd-R out 1st :)
By ordering you affirm you have read & understood all.

Payment: PayPal or may INQUIRE about sending a POSTAL type Money Order.



Shipping FREE 1ST CLASS U.S. SHIPPING IN THE U.S. INCLUDES FREE DELIVERY CONFIRMATION!

If Out of U.S. BEFORE choosing MUST 1st inquire about Out of U.S. ship options I offer

SPECIAL OFFERS...
1) If order 4 titles and send payment at same time may pick out a 5th title for free!
2) If ask for info BEFORE SENDING PAYMENT... I offer a $2 discount if prefer to order your movie as a plain/caseless dvd-r instead of in a slimcase w/artwork insert as I usually send. THIS OFFER IS NOT RETRO-ACTIVE, MUST TAKE THE $2 OFF WHEN SEND PAYMENT!

We are frequently away camping over weekends, that may include a Friday and/or Monday... longer over holidays... so if place an order and do not receive a prompt email confirmation your patience is appreciated :)

Fellow film fans... unfortunately this site does not have a feedback system set up, but I do have years of 100% positive feedback elsewhere to which I would be happy to provide a link to view upon request, so please choose with confidence and feel free to message me with any questions or concerns... thank you for considering me for movies!

I have over 1500 hard to find movies in my collection, 1st hand satellite captures and/or out of print original vhs... titles not yet 'officially' released on dvd so please feel free to contact me if looking for a rarity.