Voici une liste de films répertoriés comme perdus :

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  • Voici une liste de films répertoriés comme perdus :
  • Un film perduto è un film di cui tutte le copie sono considerate distrutte, nascoste, smarrite o comunque non accessibili. Il film più antico a essere considerato perduto è The Jeffries–Sharkey Contest (1899); il più recente è Puppet (1999). La ragione primaria delle perdite dei film dell'epoca del muto è dovuta all'uso delle pellicole al nitrato, un materiale altamente infiammabile che ha causato vari incendi all'interno degli archivi di diverse case cinematografiche e distrutto migliaia di negativi. Di notevole rilevanza è l'incendio scoppiato negli archivi della 20th Century Fox nel 1937, che ha distrutto tutti i negativi originali precedenti al 1935, e quello che colpì la Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer nel 1967.
  • For this list of lost films, a lost film is defined as one of which no part of a print is known to have survived. For films in which any portion of the footage remains (including trailers), see List of incomplete or partially lost films.Films may go missing for a number of reasons. One major contributing factor is the common use of nitrate film until the early 1950s. This type of film is highly flammable, and there have been several devastating fires, such as the 1937 Fox Pictures storage vault fire and the 1967 MGM Vault fire. Black-and-white film prints judged to be otherwise worthless were sometimes incinerated to salvage the meager scrap value of the silver image particles in their emulsions. Films have disappeared when production companies went bankrupt. Occasionally, a studio would remake a film and destroy the earlier version. Silent films in particular were once seen as having no further commercial value and were simply junked to clear out expensive storage space.This is necessarily an incomplete list. Martin Scorsese's Film Foundation claims that "half of all American films made before 1950 and over 90% of films made before 1929 are lost forever." Deutsche Kinemathek estimates that 80-90% of silent movies are gone; the film archive's own list contains over 3500 lost films. While others dispute whether the percentage is quite that high, it is impractical to enumerate any but the more notable and those that can be sourced.
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  • Voici une liste de films répertoriés comme perdus :
  • Un film perduto è un film di cui tutte le copie sono considerate distrutte, nascoste, smarrite o comunque non accessibili. Il film più antico a essere considerato perduto è The Jeffries–Sharkey Contest (1899); il più recente è Puppet (1999).
  • For this list of lost films, a lost film is defined as one of which no part of a print is known to have survived. For films in which any portion of the footage remains (including trailers), see List of incomplete or partially lost films.Films may go missing for a number of reasons. One major contributing factor is the common use of nitrate film until the early 1950s.
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  • Liste de films perdus
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  • Lista di film considerati perduti
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