Les Aventures de baron de Munchhausen  

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Les Aventures de baron de Munchhausen is a French film released in November 1911 based on a book by Gottfried August Bürger. It was one of the last films from early 20th century French filmmaker Georges Méliès. While other filmmakers in the early 1910s were moving into new technical areas of filmmaking, Les Aventures de baron de Munchhausen exhibits the same styles and processes he was using in the 1890s.

Synopsis

After an evening of entertaining guests, an intoxicated Baron Munchausen goes to sleep only to experience a variety of disturbing and otherworldly dreams.

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