The first disc of this Special Two-DVD Edition contains The Dream Doctor (1936) Julie Suedo Sidney Monckton. This is one of the oddest films we’ve ever released. It tells the tales of many different characters’ dream experiences and tries to explain them in an offbeat paranormal yet scientific way by a woman with seemingly strange mental powers. Some of the dream stories are very bizarre and most entertaining. Is this fantasy? Is it sci-fi? You decide. A short feature, running about 40 minutes. The second disc includes: A Trip to the Moon (1902) Georges Méliès, Victor André, Bleuette Bernon, Henri Delannoy. A Trip to the Moon is a short classic from that pioneer of early cinema, Georges Méliès. It’s a visual delight and a must for all early sci-fi collectors. The rocket crashing into the moon’s eye is one of the most iconic images in the history of science fiction cinema. Beautiful print with a nice music score. We've also thrown in trailers and two other short subjects, including Fall of the House of Usher (1928) and At the Devil's Ball (1933). Melville Webber’s Fall of the House of Usher is a tale of creeping madness accented with weird visual images. At the Devil’s Ball (technically not a silent film) is without a doubt, one of the most fantastic pieces of stop-motion animation ever made. All in all, a must have collection. Sound or Music scores on all, from 16mm.