AT 1 AM REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into 4 part series with music from The Lonely Wild 

Original Movie:

1 AM was filmed in 1916. Stars Charlie Chaplin as a wealthy young man, who arrives at his house in a taxi late at night after a night of heavy drinking. When he gets to his front door, he thinks that he has forgotten the key and has to enter through the window. While climbing in he steps into a fishbowl and then almost eats it, when the carpet underneath him slides. After finding his balance again, he goes through his pockets and realises that the key has been there all the while.

COPS REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into 2 part series with modern music and bubbles.

The Original Movie:

Cops was filmed in 1922.

Stars the young Buster Keaton who accidentally gets on the bad side of the entire LAPD during a parade and is chased all over town.

He cannot win, no matter how inventively he tries. He gets into various scraps with police officers he unwittingly throws a bomb into a police parade and ends up being chased by a horde of cops.

YOUNG MR JAZZ REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into a 2 part series with music from Chris Pierce 

Original Movie:

Young Mr Jazz was filmed in 1919. Stars Harold Lloyd while he runs away from his girl's father, their car breaks down in front of a dance hall run by crooks. Harold has to not only stay one step ahead of the girl's father, but also those trying to rob them of everything they have, while dancing his way out of harm's way.

THE IMMIGRANT REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into a 3 part series with music from Chris Pierce & Billy Harvey​ 

 

Original Movie:

The Immigrant was filmed in 1917. Stars Charlie Chaplin as an Immigrant coming to America who is accused of theft on the voyage across the Atlantic, and falls in love with a beautiful young woman along the way.​

Upon arrival in America, hungry and broke, the tramp finds a coin on the street outside a restaurant and pockets it. He doesn't realize there is a hole in his pocket and the coin has fallen straight through and is back on the ground. At the restaurant he is reunited with the woman and discovers she is sad and  orders a meal for her.

TWO GUN GUSSIE REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into a 3 minute short with music from Speechless Churchill

Original Movie:

Two Gun Gussie was filmed in 1918. Stars Harold Lloyd a mild-mannered young man who has just left home, and is now playing the piano in a bar in the west. The dangerous criminal Dagger-Tooth Dan enters the bar, he switches the information in some letters to make the sheriff think that the Harold Lloyd is the dangerous criminal on the run.

BLACK DEVIL REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into a 3 minute short with music by Hermann Gradener

Music Reimagined by Speechless Churchill

Original Movie:

Black Devil was filmed in 1905 by Georges Melies. A traveler at an inn is harassed by a mischievous devil in his room.

THE FIREMAN REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into a 13 part series with music from Owen Plant, Billy HarveyHighland Kites & Tobias the Owl

Beats by Speechless Churchill.

Original Movie:

The Fireman was filmed in 1916. Stars Charlie Chaplin as a lazy fireman who can’t seem to keep his eyes open. A beautiful girl's father arranges with the local fire chief to have his house burn down so he can collect the insurance money. In exchange for the chief's complicity in the arson, the father will permit the fire chief to marry his daughter.

Eventually, Chaplin comes to a heroic rescue, saves the girl and extinguishes the fire.  

THE LOST WORLD REIMAGINED

This Movie has been reimagined into a 8 part series with music from Billy Harvey, Tobias the OwlFreddy and Francine, The Lonely Wild, & Elizaveta
 

Original Movie:

The Lost World was filmed in 1925. Adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel. Features special effects by Willis O’Brien a forerunner of his work on King Kong.

From a lost expedition in Venezuela, Paula White brings the journal of her father explorer to the eccentric Professor Challenger in London. The journal features sketches of dinosaurs which is enough proof for Challenger to publicly announce that dinosaurs still walk the earth. Challenger reluctantly accepts a newspaper's offer to finance a mission to rescue Maple White.