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MP875.

LANDMARKS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLU-
TION. (Ford Educational Library, History,
v. 2) Ford Motion Picture Laboratories.
1920. 2 reels.
Ford Motor Co.; 8Dec20; MP1774.

LANDON'S LEGACY. Broadway Universal.
1915. 5 reels.

Credits; Story, Meredith Nicholson; sce-
nario, Walter Woods.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Decl5;
LP7221.

THE LANE THAT HAD NO TURNING. 1922.
5 reels. From the novel by Sir Gilbert
Parker.

Credits: Director, Victor Fleming; adap-
tation. Sir Gilbert Parker, Eugene Mullin.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17Jan22;
LP17472.

A LANGUAGE ALL MY OWN. 1935. 1 reel,
sd.

Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; ani-
mation, Myron Waldman, Hicks Lokey.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 17Jul35;
MP5749.



THE LANGUAGE OF THE DUMB. 1915.
1,000 ft.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Emmett Campbell Hall,
author); 21Janl5; LP4263.

LAPLAND. SEE A Ramble Through the
Swedish National Park.

LARCENY ON THE AIR. 1937. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer, Nat Levine; director,
Irving Pichel; original story, Richard
English; screenplay, Endre Bohem, Richard
English.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 13Jan37;
LP6921.

A LARGE EVENING. 1913.

Societfe Franjaise des Films & Cine-
matographes Eclair; title, descr. & 30
prints, 27Janl3; LU306.

A LARGER INCOME FOR YOU. (Educational
Film Service, v. 17) 1930. 1 reel.

Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau;
18Nov30; MP2075.

THE LARIAT KID. Universal Jewel. 1929.
6 reels.

Credits: Director, Reaves Eason; story,
Buckleigh Fritz Oxford; continuity, Jacques
Jaccard, Sylvia Bernstein.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 29Mar29;
LP251.

THE LARRIMORE CASE. 1916. 3 reels.
Biograph Co.; 12Aprl6; LP8058.

LARRY CEBALLOS 1 REVUE IN CRYSTAL
CAVE CAFE. 1928. 1 reel, sd.
Vitaphone Corp.; !Dec28; MP5595.

LARRY CEBELLOS 1 ROOF GARDEN REVUE.
1928. 1 reel, sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Nov28; MP5536.

LARRY CEBELLOS' UNDERSEA REVUE.
1928. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 22Sep28; MP5377.

LARRY CLINTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
(Melody Master) 1938. 11 min., sd.
Credits: Director, Lloyd French.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Dec38; MP8941.

LARRY CLINTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
(Melody Master) 1939. 10 min., sd.
Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 20May39; MP9401.

LARRY O'NEILL, GENTLEMAN. Imp. 1915.
2 reels.

Credits: W. A. Lathrop; producer, H. C.
Easton.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Junl5;
LP5573.

LARSAN'S LAST INCARNATION. 1914.
From the novel "The Perfume of the Lady
in Black" by Gaston Leroux.

Leading Players Film Corp. (Society
Franjaise des Films et Cinematographes
Eclair, author); title, descr. & 31 prints,
IJulH; LU2940.

LA RUE OF PHANTOM VALLEY. 1921.

Credits: Robert North Bradbury, Frank
Howard Clark.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Robert North
Bradbury, author); title, descr. & 40 prints,
3Jun21; LU16626.

LASCA. 1919. 5 reels. From the poem by
Frank Desprez.

Credits: Director, Norman Dawn; adapta-
tion, E. P. Heath.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Novl9;
LP14473.

LASCA. SEE Lasca of the Rio Grande.

LASCA OF THE RIO GRANDE. 1931. 6 reels.
Based on the poem "Lasca" by Frank Deprez.

Credits: Director, Edward Laemmle;
story, Tom Reed; screenplay, Randall Faye.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Oct31;
LP2542.



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LASCO. SEE The Mad Stampede.

THE LASH. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, James A. Young; story.
Paul West; scenario, George D. Proctor;
James A. Young.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.;
28Sepl6; LP9207.

THE LASH. 1927. 1 reel.

Credits: Hal Crane; director, Bryan Foy.
Vitaphone Corp.; 3Nov27; MP4443.

THE LASH. 1930. 79 min., sd. Based on
the story "Adios" by Lanier Bartlett and
Virginia Stivers Bartlett.

Credits: Producer, Frank Lloyd; screen
version and additional dialogue, Bradley
King.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 28Dec30;
LP1910.

THE LASH OF PINTO PETE. 1924. 5 reels.
Credits: Director, Francis Ford.
Arrow Film Corp.; 12Nov24; LP20759.

THE LASH OF POWER. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: J. Grubb Alexander, Fred Myton;
director, Harry Solter.

Bluebird Photoplays. Inc.; HOctl7;
LP11545.

THE LASH OF THE PENITENTES. 1936.
7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Harry J. Revier; story.
Roland C. Price; screenplay. Zelma Carrol.

The Stewart Productions, Inc.; 24Dec36;
LP7958.

LASH OF THE WHIP. 1924. 5 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Francis
Ford.
Arrow Film Corp.; 15Aug24; LP20519.

LA SHNAPS, INC. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Screen direction, Mort Blumen-
stock; dialogue direction. Max E. Hayes.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 7Nov30;
LP1723.

LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK.
1936. 1 reel, sd.
Royal Revues. Inc.; 20Oct36; MP7081.

LASSOING A LION. 1914. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Thomas Santschi.
Selig Polyscope Co. (William Alfred
Corey, author); 10Decl4; LP3943.

THE LAST ACT. Rex. 1915. 1 reel.

Credits: Dwight Cleveland; producer, Ben
Wilson.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Junl5;
LP5516.

THE LAST ACT. 1916.

Triangle Film Corp. (Le Monte Wald-
ron, author); title, descr. & 362 prints,
29Febl6; LU7728.

THE LAST ACT. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: C. Gardner Sullivan. Thomas H.
Ince.

Triangle Film Corp. (C. Gardner
Sullivan, author); 27Febl6; LP10793.

THE LAST ADAM. SEE Dr. Bull.

THE LAST ADVENTURE. 1916. 3 reels.

Credits: E. B. Heinenger; director, E. H.
Calvert.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 18Aprl6;
LP8107.



THE LAST ASSIGNMENT. SEE Fighting
Coward.

THE LAST BOTTLE. (Paramount-Flagg
Comedy) 1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Paul Harrison; story,
James Montgomery Flagg.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 13Marl9;
LP13506.

LAST BUT NOT LEASED. 1931. 1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.i 5 JanSJ.; MP2215.

LAST CAMP ON THE PAPAGIO RIVER. SEE
Roosevelt Brazilian Expedition.

THE LAST CARD. 1921. 6 reels. From the
story "Dated 11 by Maxwell Smith.

Credits: Producer. Bayard Veiller; sce-
nario, Molly Parro; adaptation, Mary
O'Hara.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 22Jun21; LP17931.

THE LAST CHALLENGE. 1916.
Credits: Producer, Harold Shaw.
Paul H. Cromelin (Bannister Merwin,
author); title, descr. & 18 prints. 6Junl6;
LU8430.

THE LAST CHANCE. 1921. 5 reels.
Credits: Story. William E. Wing.
The Canyon Pictures Corp.; title, descr.
& 427 prints, 30Mar21; LU16339.

THE LAST CHAPTER. 1915. Taken from
"The Unfinished Story" by Richard Harding
Davis .

Favorite Players Film Co. (Richard
Harding Davis, author); title, descr. &
160 prints. 9Febl5; LU4418.

THE LAST CIGARETTE. (The Perils of the
SecretService.no. 1) Imp. 1917. 2 reels.
Founded on the Yorke Norroy Stories by
George Bronson Howard.

Credits: Director, George Bronson
Howard; scenario, Luther Reed.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; !MarI7;
LP10280.

THE LAST COMMAND. Presented by Adolph
Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1928. 8.154ft.

Credits: Director, Josef von Sternberg;
story, Lajos Biro; screenplay, John F.
Goodrich.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
21Jan28; LP24895.

THE LAST CURTAIN CALL. 1914.

Central Features (Prof. Eleo. author);
title, descr. & 72 prints. 9Novl4; LU3379.

THE LAST DANCE. 1914.

Picture Playhouse Film Co.. Inc.;
(Pasquali Co., author); title, descr. & 40
prints. 19Decl4; LU3985.

THE LAST DANCE. (Aesop's Sound Fable
Cartoon) 1931. 727 ft.

The Van Beuren Corp.; 23Nov31;
MP3044.

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII. 1913.
Based on the story by Lord Lytton.

Pasquali American Co. (Pasquali &
Cie. author); title, descr. & 93 prints,
17Sepl3; LU1259.

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII. Societa
Anonima Ambrosio. Italy. 1913.
The Photo Drama Co. (Societa
Anonima Ambrosio, author); title, descr.
& 70 prints. 28Jull3; LU1025.



THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII. Societa
Anonima Ambrosio, Italy. 1913.

The Photo Drama Co. (Societa Anonima
Ambrosio, author); title, descr & 23 prints
BAuglS; LU1075.

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII. Societa
Anonima Ambrosio, Italy. 1913.

Photo Drama Co. (Societa Anonima
Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 109 prints
25Sepl3; LU1306.

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII. 1935.
10 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Merian O. Cooper; di-
rector, Ernest B. Schoedsack; original
story, James Ashmore Creelman, Melville
Baker; screenplay, Ruth Rose; collaboration
on adaptation, Boris Ingster; editor, Archie
F. Marshek; music, Roy Webb.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.- 16Oct35-
LP5910.

THE LAST DOGIE. Educational Pictures.
Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1933 983
ft., sd.

Credits: Director, William Watson; story,
Arthur Jarrett; editor, Sam Citron; musical
arrangements. Max Terr.
Skibo Productions; 17Nov33; MP4508.

THE LAST DOOR. Presented by Lewis J.
Selznick. 1921. 5 reels.

Credits: Ralph Ince, W. B. Foster; director,
William P. S. Earle; scenario, Edward J.
Montagne.

Selznick Pictures Corp.- !May21-
LP16490.

THE LAST EDITION. Released by F. B. O.
1925. 7 reels.

Credits: Producer and director, Emory
Johnson; story and continuity, Emilie John-
son.

R-C Pictures Corp.; 26Oct25; LP2I933.

THE LAST EXPRESS. 1938. 7 reels, sd.
From the novel by Baynard Kendrick.

Credits; Producer, Irving Starr; director,
Otis Garrett; screenplay, Edmund L. Hart-
rnann; film editor, Maurice Wright.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.- 26Oct38-
LP8389.

THE LAST FLIGHT. 1931. 8 reels, sd.
Based on the novel "Single Lady" by John
Monk Saunders.

Credits: Director, Wilhelm Dieterle;
screenplay, John Monk Saunders; continuity,
Byron Morgan.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 14Aug31;
LP2402.

THE LAST FRONTIER. Released by Produc-
ers Distributing Corp. Presented by John C.
Flinn. 1926. 8 reels. From the novel by
Courtney Ryley Cooper.

Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; screen-
play. Will M. Ritchey;

Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of Califor-
nia; 6Aug26; LP23026.

THE LAST FRONTIER. RKO-Van Beuren.
1932. 2 reels each, sd. From the story by
Courtney Ryler Cooper.

Credits: Directors, Spencer Gordon Ben-
net, Thomas L. Story; continuity and dialogue,
George Plympton, Robert F. Hill; film editor,
Thomas Malloy.
RKO-Radio Pictures, Inc.

1. The Black Ghost Rides. 5Sep32;
LP3273.

2. The Thundering Herd. 9Sep32;
LP3299.

3. The Black Ghost Strikes. 16Sep32;
LP3300.

4. The Fatal Shot. 23Sep32; LP3301.

5. Clutching Sands. 30Sep32; LP3302.
RKO-Radio Pictures, Inc. (Van Beuren

Corp., author).

6. The Terror Trail. 8Oct32 ; LP3347.

7. Doomed. 14Oct32- LP3376.

8. Facing Death. 21Oct32; LP3373.

9. Thundering Doom. 28Oct32; LP3374.

10. The Life Line. 4Nov32; LP3447.

11. Driving Danger. llNov32; LP3448.

12. The Black Ghost's Last Ride.
18Nov32; LP3449.



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THE LAST GANGSTER. 1937. 8 reels, sd.,
b&w.

Credits: Director, Edward Ludwig; original
story, William A. Wellman, Robert Carson;
screenplay, John Lee Mahin; film editor,
Ben Lewis; music score, Edward Ward.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 9Nov37;
LP7603.

THE LAST GENTLEMAN. 1934. 8 reels, sd.
From a play by Katharine Clugston.

Credits: Director, Sidney Lanfield; screen-
play, Leonard Praskins.

20th Century Pictures. Inc.; 12Jun34;
LP4762.

THE LAST HA HA. 1926.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, au-
thor); title, descr. & 20 prints, 26Jul26;
MU3517.

THE LAST HOUR. (Rothapfel Unit Programme,
reel 2) 1919. Split reel. Suggested by the
Elegie by Massenet.

Rothapfel Pictures Corp.; 17Mayl9;
LP13734.

THE LAST HOUR. Presented by Edward
Sloman. 1923. 7 reels. From the story
"Blind Justice" by Frank R. Adams in Mun-
sey's Magazine.

Credits: Director, Edward Sloman.

Mastodon Films, Inc.; 21May23; LP18981.

THE LAST INDIAN. (Terry Toons) Presented
by E. W. Hammons. 1938. 585 ft., sd.

Credits: Paul Terry, Connie Rasinski;
music, Philip A. Scheib.
Terrytoons, Inc.; 24Jun38; MP8566.

THE LAST LAUGH. Presented by Carl
Laemmle. Released by Universal. 1925.
7 reels.

Credits: Director, F. W. Murman; story,
Carl Mayer.

Ufa Films, Inc.; 26May25; LP21503.

THE LAST LEAF. 1917. 2 reels. From the
story by O. Henry [pseud, of William Sydney
Porter).

Credits: Director, Ashley Miller; adapta-
tion, A. Van Buren Powell.

Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.;
10Decl7; LP11812.

THE LAST LIFE. SEE Felix the Cat in The
Last Life.

THE LAST MAIL. (Cubby Bear Cartoons)
(Aesop's Sound Fables) 1933. 1 reel.

Credits: Mannie Davis.

Si RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van
Beuren Corp., author); 24Mar33; MP4050.

THE LAST MAN. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: Producer, William Wolbert.
The Vitagraph Co. of America (James
Oliver Curwood, author); 10Octl6; LP9264.

THE LAST MAN. 1932. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Howard Higgin; screen-
play, Keene Thompson, Francis Faragoh;
film editor. Gene Havlick.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Aug32;
LP3216.

THE LAST MAN ON EARTH. 1924. 7 reels,
b&w, tinted sequences.

Credits: Director, Jack Blystone; story,
John D. Swain; scenario, Donald W. Lee.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
270ct24; LP20789.

THE LAST MAN'S CLUB. 1914.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Edward S. Kern,
author); title, descr. & 44 prints, 20 Apr 14;
LU2537.

THE LAST MILE. KBS Film Co., Ltd. Pre-
sented by E. W. Hammons. 1932. 9 reels,
sd. From the play "The Last Mile" by John
Wexley which was originally registered for
copyright under the title "All the World
Wondered" by Eli John Wexler.



Credits: Director, Sam Bischoff; screen-
play, Seton I. Miller.

World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 21Aug32;
LP3600.

THE LAST MINUTE. 1913.

George Kleine (Societfe Generale des
Cinematographs Eclipse, author); title,
descr. & 43 prints, 17Aprl3; LU618.

THE LAST MOMENT. Presented by J. Park-
er Read, Jr. 1923. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer, J. Parker Read, Jr.;
story, Jack Boyle; scenario, J. Clarkson
Miller.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 7May23;
LP18951.

THE LAST MOMENT. 1928. 6 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Paul
Fejos.

Samuel Freedman and Edward M. Spitz;
2Apr28; LP25120.

THE LAST NIGHT. 1915.

Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S; title,
descr. & 50 prints, 30Janl5; LU4386.

THE LAST NIP. (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by John
Hohenvest.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Jun20;
LP15231.

THE LAST NOSE OF SUMMERS. (The Beauty
Parlor Series, no. 3) Released by F. B. O.
1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Arvid E. Gilstrom;
story, H. C. Witwer; adaptation, Tom McNa-
mara; continuity, Jean Dupont; supervising
editor, James Wilkinson.

R-C Pictures Corp.; 19Aug27; LP24313.

THE LAST OF HIS PEOPLE. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Robert Worth Bradbury;
story, Robert Worth Bradbury, Howard
Clark.
Select Pictures Corp.; 20Novl9; LP14465.

THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY. 1929.
7 reels, si. From the play by Frederick
Lonsdale.

Credits: Director, Sidney Franklin; conti-
nuity, Hans Kraly, Claudine West; film
editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 29Jul29; LP554.

THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY. 1937. 10
reels, sd., b&w. From the play by Fred-
erick Lonsdale.

Credits: Producer, Lawrence Weingarten;
director, Richard Boleslawski; screenplay;
Leon Gordon, Samson Raphaelson, Monckton
Hoffe; film editor, Frank Sullivan; music
score, William Axt.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 15Feb37;
LP6942.

THE LAST OF THE CARNABYS. 1917.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Astra Film Corp.,
author); title, descr. & 120 prints, 27Junl7;
LU10993.

THE LAST OF THE COGNAC. 1920.

Credits: Director, Cassano; scenario.
Prof. Giompini, Vittorio Pollastri.

Dionigi Positano (Di Trilussa, author);
title, descr. & 67 prints, 18Mar20; LU14899.

THE LAST OF THE DUANES. 1919. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, J. Gordon Edwards;
story, Zane Grey; scenario, Charles Kenyon.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
14Sepl9; LP14216.

THE LAST OF THE DUANES. 1924. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Lynn Reynolds; story,
Zane Grey; scenario, Edward J. Montagne.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
30Jun24; LP20402.

THE LAST OF THE DUANES. 1930. 6 reels,
sd.
Credits: Director, Alfred Werker; story.



Zane Grey; adaptation and dialogue, Ernest
Pascal.
Fox Film Corp.; 3Aug30; LP1484.

THE LAST OF THE HARGROVES. 1914.
1 reel.

Credits: Lee Arthur; director, John H.
Collins.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Novl4;
LP3734.

THE LAST OF THE LONE WOLF. 1930.
7 reels. From the story by Louis Joseph
Vance.

Credits: Producer, Harry Conn; director,
Richard Boleslavsky; assistant director,
C. C. Coleman; adaptation, John T. Neville;
continuity, Dorothy Howell; dialogue, James
Whittaker; dialogue director, Stuart Walker;
film editor, Dave Berg.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Sep30;
LP1577.

THE LAST OF THE MAFIA. 1915. 5 reels.

Credits: Written and produced by Sydney
M. Goldin.

David Krakauer (Sydney M. Goldin, au-
thor); title, descr. & 100 prints, 24Febl5;
LU4520.

THE LAST OF THE MOE HIGGINS. 1931.
892 ft., sd.

Credits: Written and directed by Eddie
Buzzell.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27May31;
LP2260.

THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS. 1920.
6 reels. From the story by James Fenimore
Cooper.

Credits: Directors, Maurice Tourneur,
Clarence L. Brown; scenario, Robert Dillon.

Maurice Tourneur; 16Nov20; LP15837.

THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS. Presented
by Harry M. Goetz. Released thru United
Artists. 1936. 10 reels, sd. Adapted from
the story by James Fenimore Cooper.

Credits: Producer, Edward Small; direc-
tor, George B. Seitz; screenplay, Phillip
Dunne; adaptation, John Balderston, Paul
Perez, Daniel Moore; film editor. Jack
Dennis; music director, Nathaniel Shilkret.

Reliance Production of Calif.; 18Aug36;
LP6529.

THE LAST OF THE MORGANS. Laemmle.

1916. 2 reels. From a story "Memories,"
by Constance Crowley and Arthur Maude.

Credits: Scenario and direction, William
V. Mong.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Novl6;
LP9572.

THE LAST OF THE NIGHT RIDERS. Bison.

1917. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Hugh Hoffman; story,
Jack Cunningham, Grant Carpenter; sce-
nario. Carl R. Coolidge.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Sepl7;
LP11370.

THE LAST OF THE OLD MILL. SEE A
Woman Scorned.

LAST OF THE PAGANS. 1935. 8 reels, sd..
b&w.

Credits: Producer, Philip Goldstone; di-
rector, Ricnard Thorpe; original story and
screenplay, John Villiers Farrow; film
editor, Martin G. Conn; music score, Nat
W. Finston.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 27Dec35;
LP6058.

THE LAST OF THE STILLS. 1915. 1 reel.

Credits: Producer, Burton L. King; story.
Marc E. Jones.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Marc E. Jones,
author); 30Aprl5; LP5209.

THE LAST OF THE TROUBADOURS. 1917.
2 reels. From a story by O. Henry [pseud,
of William Sydney Porter],



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THE LAST OF THE TROUBADOURS. Cont'd.
Credits: Director, Dave Smith; adaptation,
F. H. Buckley.

Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.;
20Sepl7; LP11441.

THE LAST OUTLAW. 1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Jack Ford; story,
Evelyn Campbell; scenario, H. Tipton Steck.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Junl9;
LP13795.

THE LAST OUTLAW. 1923. 2 reels.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 15Dec23;
LP19729.

THE LAST OUTLAW. Presented by Adolph
Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1927. 6,032 ft.

Credits: Director, Arthur Rosson; story,
Richard Allen Gates; adaptation, J. Walter
Ruben; scenario, John Stone, J. Walter
Ruben.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
29Jun27; LP24140.

THE LAST OUTLAW. 1936. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Robert Sisk;
director, Christy Cabanne; original story,
John Ford, E. Murray Campbell; screenplay,
John Twist, Jack Townley; editor, George
Hively; music director, Alberto Colombo.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Jun36;
LP6421.

THE LAST OUTPOST. Presented by Adolph
Zukor. 1935. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, E. Lloyd Sheldon; di-
rectors, Louis Gasnier, Charles Barton;
story, F. Britten Austin; screenplay, Philip
MacDonald; adaptation, Frank Partos,
Charles Brackett; film editor, Jack Dennis.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 16Oct35;
LP5863.

THE LAST PARADE. 1931. 9 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer. Jack Cohn; director,
Erie C. Kenton; story, Casey Robinson;
screenplay and dialogue, Dorothy Howell;
film editor. Gene Havelick.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Feb31;
LP1973.

THE LAST PAYMENT. Paramount. 1921.

6 reels.

Credits: Director, George Jacoby; screen-
play, John Brennert, George Jacoby.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 24Dec21;
LP17765.

THE LAST PERFORMANCE. Jewel. 1929.

7 reels.

Credits: Director, Paul Fejos; story,
James Ashmore Creelman.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Oct29;
LP752. .

THE LAST RAID OF ALLEN GIMBERT.
1923. Prepared for the Anti-Saloon
League's educational campaign in the inter-
est of law enforcement.
Credits: Producer, David Hepburn.
David Hepburn; title, descr. & 32 prints,
13Dec23; MU2382.

THE LAST REBEL. 1915. 2,000 ft.

Credits: Written and produced by George
W. Terwilliger.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (George W. Terwilliger,
author); 14Sepl5; LP6380.

THE LAST RIDE. 1931. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Duke Worne; story and
dialogue, Arthur Hoerl.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Dec31;
LP2717.

THE LAST ROLL CALL. 1913. 2 reels.-

Universal Film Mfg. Co. (Milton H.
Fahrney, author); title, descr. & 90 prints,
5Mayl3; LU673.

THE LAST ROSE. 1915. 2,000 ft.

Credits: Producer, Arthur V. Johnson.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Mae B. Havey, author);
22Sepl5; LP6448.



THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER. SEE Lam-
poons.

THE LAST ROUND-UP. 1934. 7 reels, sd.
From the novel "The Border Legion" by
Zane Grey.

Credits: Producer, Harold Hurley; direc-
tor, Henry Hathaway; screenplay. Jack Cun-
ningham.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 25Jan34;
LP4436.

THE LAST SCENE OF ALL. 4913. 1 reel.

Credits: Maurice Lewis; director, Ashley
Miller.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 29Decl3;
LP1868.

THE LAST SENTENCE. 1916. 5 reels.
Adapted from the book by Maxwell Gray
[pseud, of Mary Gleed Tuttiett).

Credits: Director, Ben Turbett; picturiza-
tion, Edward H. Griffith.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 15Decl6;
LP9743.

THE LAST STAND. (Pioneer Kid Series)
1930. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Jack Nelson.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Jan30; LP983.

THE LAST STAND. 1938. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer, Trem Carr; director,
Joseph H. Lewis; original story, Harry O.
Hoyt; screenplay, Harry O. Hoyt, Norton S.
Parker; film editor, Charles Craft.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 7Apr38;
LP7939.

DER LAST STRAW. (Katzenjammer Kids)
1917.

International Film Service. Inc.; title,
descr. & 13 prints, 8Decl7; LU11793.

THE LAST STRAW. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: Scenario and direction, Charles
Swickard; story Harold Titus.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
8Feb20; LP14740.

THE LAST STRAW. 1931. 1 reel.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Jan31; MP2216.

THE LAST STRAW. (Paul Terry Toons)
Educational Pictures. Presented by E. W.
Hammons. 1934. 508 ft., sd.

Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; scored
and conducted by Philip A. Scheib.

Moser & Terry, Inc.; 21Feb34; MP4589.

THE LAST SUPPER. 1914.

American Film Mfg. Co. (Lorimer
Johnston, author); title, descr. & 67 prints,
2Aprl4; LU2428.

THE LAST THREE FEET. The Jam Handy
Organization. 1939. Sd., b&w, 35mm.

Credits: Director, J. Cullen Landis; film
editor, Richard Carver; music director,
Samuel Benavie.

United Drug Co. (Jam Handy Picture
Service, Inc., author); title & descr.,
3Feb39; 154 prints, 2Feb39; MU9106.

THE LAST TRAIL. 1921. 7 reels, b&w,
tinted sequences.

Credits: Director and adaptation, Emmett
J. Flynn; scenario, Paul Schofield, Jules
Furthman.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
18Sep21; LP17117.

THE LAST .TRAIL. 1927. 6 reels. From the
novel by Zane Grey.

Credits: Director, Lewis Seller; scenario,
John Stone.
Fox Film Corp.; 16Jan27; LP23571.

THE LAST TRAIL. 1933. 5,450 ft., sd. From
the story by Zane Grey.

Credits: Director, James Tinling; screen-
play, Stuart Anthony; editor, Barney Wolf.
Fox Film Corp.; 8Aug33; LP4073.

THE LAST TRAIN FROM MADRID. Pre-
sented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 8 reels, sd.



Credits: Producer. George M. Arthur; di-
rector, James Hogan; story, Paul Hervey
Fox, Elsie Fox; screenplay, Louis Stevens,
Robert Wyler; editor, Everett Douglas;
music director, Boris Morros.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; Iljun37;
LP7213.

THE LAST TRAP. SEE The Dark Hour.

THE LAST WALTZ. Ufa, Berlin. 1927.
7 reels. From the musical comedy by
Oscar Strauss.

Credits: Supervision, Charles A. Whit-
taker; director, Arthur Robison; adaptation,
Alice Duer G. Miller. .

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
26Nov27; LP24699.

THE LAST WARNING. Jewel. A Carl
Laemmle special. 1928. 8 reels. From the
play by Thomas F. Fallen.

Credits: Director, Paul Leni; adaptation,
Alfred A. Cohn, Robert F. Hill, J. G. Hawks.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 21Dec28;
LP25937.

THE LAST WARNING. Crime Club. 1938.
7 reels, sd. From the novel "The Dead
Don't Care" by Jonathan Latimer.



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