There is a silent horror film directed and produced by Richard Oswald, featuring Conrad Veidt. Unlike the 1932 Unheimliche Geschichten this was an anthology film combining five stories framed by a narrative set in a book shop (a technique later used for Paul Leni’s Waxworks). Portraits of a Strumpet, Death, and the Devil come to life and amuse themselves by reading stories – about themselves, of course, in various guises and eras. The stories used were: The Black Cat; The Suicide Club; Anselme Heine’s Die Erscheinung; co-scripter Robert Liebmann’s Die Hand; and Oswald’s own Der Spuk. It was considered a lost film.However, surviving prints of the film were edited together in Europe and shown as a whole feature at the annual Luminato arts festival in Toronto in June 2009. Full Movi
Unheimliche Geschichten (Eerie Tales, 1919) has now been added to the masterpost. It has German intertitles and English subtitles are included within the .rar file. (Also note that even if the film is in public domain, it’s sadly no longer available on YouTube.)
An upgraded version (DVD rip) of Eerie Tales has been added to the masterpost.
Use HJSplit to combine the files. Note that the folder includes English subtitles for the older TV rip, but they aren’t necessarily in sync–use your own player’s settings to try and sync them if you need them.