An opportunity to buy a brand-new PAL DVD-R of one of THE great American part-talkie of the very late 1920s:
The Iron Mask, 1929, starring Douglas Fairbanks
Running Time: approximately 102 minutes
With a music track
The source material has very good picture (with slightly “soft” contrast) and has excellent sound quality – and overall it reflects the extreme age of the original print.
Your brand-new DVD disc will be copied from this source material, with NO artwork.
The picture attached is for illustrative purposes only.
IMPORTANT NOTE for American, Canadian and other non-Region 2 buyers: You will need a multi-region DVD player to play this disc, or you can view it using one of your computer DVD play-back programmes.
The Iron Mask is a 1929 American part-talkie adventure film directed by Allan Dwan. It is an adaptation of the last section of the novel “The Vicomte de Bragelonne” by Alexandre Dumas, père, which is itself based on the French legend of “The Man in the Iron Mask”.
What will I receive? Your film will come on a DVD-R disc in a plastic DVD sleeve with no artwork. The title of the film will be written on the sleeve for your convenience.
Region 2 - PAL
Note: This DVD does not contain any menus.
This film is now in the public domain.
Please read all the details of this listing so you know exactly what you are buying.
Douglas Fairbanks - D'Artagnan
Belle Bennett - The Queen Mother
Marguerite De La Motte - Constance Bonacieux
Dorothy Revier - Milady de Winter
Vera Lewis - Madame Peronne
Rolfe Sedan - Louis XIII
William Bakewell - Louis XIV/Twin Brother
Gordon Thorpe - Young Prince/Twin Brother
Nigel De Brulier - Cardinal Richelieu
Ullrich Haupt - Count De Rochefort
Lon Poff - Father Joseph: the Queen's Confessor
Charles Stevens - Planchet: D'Artagnan's Servant
Henry Otto - the King's Valet
Leon Bary - Athos