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One hundred-forty seminal silent shorts produced by Thomas Edison's self-named movie studio between 1891-1918, restored and with new musical scores, are featured in this four-disc collection. Trace the evolution of cinema with such films as "Camera Experiment" (1891), "Annie Oakley" (1894), "Mr. Edison at Work in His Chemical Laboratory" (1897), "The Kiss" (1900), "The Great Train Robbery" (1903), "Laughing Gas" (1907), "Wonders of Magnetism" (1915), the feature-length "The Unbeliever" (1918), and much more. 12 1/4 hrs. Total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score; interviews; photo gallery; more. Silent with music score.