The Private Life of Helen of Troy (1927)

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Queen Helen of Troy, in response to her husband Menelaus' lack of interest in her, elopes with Paris to Sparta. Menelaus, egged on by his henchman, starts a war with Paris, finally ... See full summary »


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  • María Corda and Alice White in The Private Life of Helen of Troy (1927)
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2 December 2018 | bbmtwist
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| Approximately 30-40 minutes survive in the BFI Archives
This popular silent film, nominated for an Oscar at the first Academy gathering for Engineering Effects (what we know as Special Effects or Special Visual Effects), survives only partially at BFI. A handful of unrelated reels approximating 30-40 minutes survive there, but I have no idea if these are viewable.

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