"Accidental" 3D film of Max Linder's trademark sketch 'Max pedicure'. The only sketch, that he filmed twice in 1908 (Unwilling chiropodist/Pedicure par amour) and 1913 (Max as a chiropodist/Max pedicure) and also turned into a stage play (Pedicure par amour) in which he performed throughout Europe in 1912 and 1913/14.

Pathe comedy with Max Linder UK title: "By the doctor's orders", released Nov. 16, 1910. "The amusing results of Max's endeavors to secure a bath in his newly purchased tub, placed by necessity, in the hallway of the hotel." Note: The date given in the title is wrong.

Pathe comedy by Andre Heuze. Cast: Max Linder, Jacques Vandenne Max's funny efforts during a dance while endeavoring to hide a rip in his trousers. Note: In late 1910 Max did a remake of this film under the title "Shame on Max" (Max manque un riche mariage).

Pathe comedy by Camille de Morlhon with Max Linder and Arlette d'Umes. Released in the US on March 28, 1910 - UK title: A Tantalising Young Lady "Mr. Max Linder [is] an ardent suitor for the hand of a somewhat rampageous young lady. The gentle Max suffers sadly from her rough treatment, but at length he extracts the promise that she will marry him when he has learned to juggle with three balls. With his usual delightfully unquenchable enthusiasm, the impetuous youth rushes home and soon wrecks his apartment with amateur legerdemain, but with no satisfactory results.

Pathe comedy, written and directed by Max Linder. Cast: Max Linder, Marcelle Leuvielle. The film premiered in France on May 4, 1917 and was released in the U.S. on July 1, 1917. "Max Linder is seen in a two-reel comedy that combines the scenic beauty of the Riviera with humor of the sort that has made Max famous. Some of the scenes are truly beautiful. The comedy element is rather slow in coming, but when it comes Max gets over a full share of laughs. The story tells of two girls crazy over Max and who later fight a duel over him. But Max gets one of the bullets.

Pathe comedy, written and directed by Max Linder. Cast: Max Linder, Joe Dawson and Paulette Lorsy Premiered in Vienna on May 3, 1912, released in France on July 5, 1912 "Joe[,] is represented as being engaged to a pretty girl, who is accustomed to take a ride on her donkey every day. Max writes to the girl for an appointment. Joe decides to teach Max a lesson, and one morning plays the part of the donkey. His fiancée rides on his back when she goes to meet Max. The donkey constantly edges his head in, and pushes Max off the park seat.

The Red Balloon (French: Le Ballon rouge) is a 1956 fantasy short film, directed by French filmmaker Albert Lamorisse. The thirty-four minute short, which follows the adventures of a young boy who one day finds a sentient, mute, red balloon, was filmed in the Menilmontant neighborhood of Paris, France. It won numerous awards, including an Oscar for Lamorisse for writing the best original screenplay in 1956 and the Palme d'Or for short films at Cannes. The film also became popular with children and educators.

This film directed in stop motion by Emile Cohl in 1912. Cohl is considered to be the "father of animation."

Pathe comedy by Max Linder. Premiered in Vienna June 14, 1912 and released in the US Dec. 20, 1912. "Max, who has sponged upon a wealthy uncle, is told by that worthy to marry one of the daughters of an old friend of his. Max goes down to the farm. At a family council, it is hastily decided that Max must be induced to marry the elder daughter. The daughter shrewdly foresees that Max is more likely to want to marry her younger sister, and she accordingly insists on the sister being disguised as a servant during his stay. Max does not find farm life very congenial.


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