Best Fantasy Movies of 1926
Young orphan Victoria Sax becomes a grand duchess and is summoned to a remote kingdom.
Charley invents a machine that turns ordinary, breakable eggs into rubbery, unbreakable ones for transport. He builds a Rube Goldberg contraption of parts stolen from his neighbors. Rival egg companies want his invention, one of them stooping to sabotage to get it.
The Man in the Moon invites little Mickey and his dog over for a visit. They go on a magical trip and meet strange characters along the way.
The Flute of Krishna
Early Colour Film made by Eastman Kodak itself. Martha Graham's dance "The Flute of Krishna" is performed in front of the camera by students from the Eastman School of Music.
The Sea Beast
Based on Herman Melville's novel "Moby Dick."
Now You Tell One
The Liars Club is holding their contest to see who can tell the most unbelievable story, with a gold medallion waiting to be awarded to the winner. Disappointed with the other members' bland efforts, one member brings in Charley Bowers, who has an extraordinary tale to tell. Charley claims to have invented a magic potion that enables him to grow absolutely anything by a simple grafting process, and he proceeds to tell his story to the club.