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THE ACCUSING EYE. 1914.

Pathe Freres (Messter Film Co., au-
thor); title, descr. & 41 prints, 15Aprl4;
LU2507.

THE ACCUSING FINGER. Presented by
Adolph Zukor. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, James Hogan; screen-
play, Madeleine Ruthven, Brian Marlow,
John Bright, Robert Tasker; film editor.
Chandler House.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 23Oct36;
LP6676.

THE ACCUSING PEN. 1915. 1,000 ft.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Will M. Ritchey, author);
8Aprl5; LP4986.

THE ACCUSING VOICE. 1916. 3 reels.
Credits: Director, Harry Davenport.
The Vitagraph Co. of America (F. W.
Killer, author); 5Mayl6; LP8238.
THE ACE. SEE Hell in the Heavens.
ACE DRUMMOND. 1936. 2 reels each.
Based on the newspaper feature created by



Captain Eddie Rickenbacker. Universal
Productions, Inc.

Credits: Directors, Ford Beebe, Cliff
Smith; screenplay, Wyndham Gittens,
Norman S. Hall, Ray Trampe.

1. Where East Meets West. HSep36-
LP6591.

2. The Invisible Enemy. HSep36-
LP6592.

3. The Doorway of Doom. 16Sep36'
LP6599.

4. The Radio Riddle. 23Oct36; LP6656.

5. Bullets of Sand. 30Oct36; LP6674.

6. Evil Spirits. 9Nov36; LP6696.

7. The Trackless Trail. 18Nov36-
LP6715.

8. The Sign in the Sky. 25Nov36; LP6729.

9. Secret Service. 2Dec36; LP6742.

10. The Mountain of Jade. 4Dec36-
LP6756.

11. The Dragon Commands. 14Dec36-
LP6788.

12. The Squadron of Death. 21Dec36-
LP6795.

13. The World's Akin. 29Dec36; LP6815.

ACE HIGH. 1918. 5 reels.

Credits; Direction, story, and scenario,
Lynn Reynolds.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
9Junl8; LP12575.

ACE HIGH. 1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, George Holt; story,
W. Pigott; scenario, Karl Coolidge.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Mayl9;
LP13759.

ACE OF ACES. 1933. 8 reels, sd. From the
story "The Bird of Prey" by John Monk
Saunders.

Credits: Associate producer, Sam Jaffe;
director, J. Walter Ruben; screenplay, John
Monk Saunders, H. W. Hanemann; editor,
George Hively; music director. Max Steiner.

RKO-Radio Pictures, Inc.; 21Oct33;
LP4217.

ACE OF ACTION. 1926.

Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Betty Bur-
bridge, author); title, descr. & 88 prints,
10Nov26; LU23318.

THE ACE OF CADS. Paramount. Presented
by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1926.
8 reels.

Credits; Associate producer, William Le-
Baron; director, Luther Reed; story, Mi-
chael Arlen; adaptation and screenplay,
Forrest Halsey.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 15Oct26;
LP24007.

THE ACE OF CLUBS. Powers. 1915. 1 reel.

Credits; Scenario and production, Sydney
Ayers.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Marl5;
LP4732.

THE ACE OF DIAMONDS. 1915. 1 reel,
Biograph Co.; 14Augl5; LP6097.

THE ACE OF HEARTS. 1921. 6 reels.

Credits; Gouverneur Morris; director,
Wallace Worsley.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 9Sep21;
LP16948.

THE ACE OF SCOTLAND YARD. 1929.
2 reels each. Universal Pictures Corp.
Credits; Director, Ray Taylor; story and
continuity, Harold M. Atkinson.

1. The Fatal Circlet. 25Jul29; LP544.

2. A Cry in the Night. 5Aug29; LP582.

3. The Dungeon of Doom. 20Aug29;
LP634.

4. The Depths of Limehouse. 24Sep29;
LP720.

5. Menace of the Mummy. 24Sep29;
LP721.

6. Dead or Alive. 14Oct29; LP783.

7. Shadows of Fear. 18Oct29; LP784.

8. The Baited Trap. 28Oct29; LP797.

9. A Battle of Wits. !Nov29; LP822.

10. The Final Judgment. 9Nov29; LP847.

THE ACE OF SPADES. 1925. 2 reels each.
Universal Pictures Corp.

Credits: Director, Henry McRae; story,
Isadore Bernstein, William Lord Wright.



Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



THE ACE OF SPADES. Cont'd.

1. The Fatal Card. 20Aug25; LP21764.

2. No Greater Love. 20Aug25; LP21765.

3. Whirling Waters. 22Aug25; LP21747.

4. Fires of Sacrifice. 30Sep25; LP21872.

5. Thundering Hoofs. 7Oct25; LP21888.

6. Flung from the Sky. 20Oct25; LP21929.

7. The Trail of Terror. 28Oct25;
LP21961.

8. The Lariat of Death. 2Nov25;
LP21969.

9. Fingers of Fate. 20Nov25; LP22032.

10. The Road to Ruin. 20Nov25; LP22033.

11. The Chasm of Peril. 7Dec25;
LP22091.

12. The Avalanche. 12Dec25; LP22114.

13. The Fury of Fate. 18Dec25; LP2215a

14. The Chasm of Courage. 24Dec25;
LP22175.

15. A Deal of Destiny. 24Dec25; LP22176.

ACE OF SPADES. 1931. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story.
Max Fleischer.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 16Jan31;
MP2241.

THE ACE OF THE SADDLE. 1919. 6 reels.

Credits; Director, Jack Ford; story, B. J.
Jackson; scenario, George Hively.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Jull9;
LP14017.

ACES UP. (Toby the Pup Series) 1931.

1 reel.

Credits: Dick Huemor, Sid Marcus.
RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 16May31;
LP2269.

ACES WILD. (Tom Howard Comedies) Edu-
cational. Presented by E. W. Hammons.
1933. 10 min., sd.

Credits; Producer, Larry Kent; director,
Aubrey Scotto; story, Tom Howard; dia-
logue staged by Max E. Hayes.
Larry Kent Prod., Inc.; 9Jul33; LP4162.

ACHIEVEMENT. 1924.

Louis Bordner; title & descr., 12May24;

2 prints, 24May24; MU2552.

AN ACHING TOOTH IS NO EXCUSE. SEE
A Tin Soldier.

ACHING YOUTH. Presented by Hal Roach.
1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits; Director, Fred L. Guiol; story
and supervision, Leo McCarey; titles, H. M.
Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 17Mar28; LP25229.

THE ACID TEST. 1913.

Credits; Producer, E. A. Marlin.
Selig Polyscope Co. (W. A. Corey, au-
thor); title, descr. & 26 prints, 24Jull3;
LU985.

THE ACID TEST. 1914. 2 reels.

Vitagraph Co. of America (Shannon B.
Myers, author); 23Aprl4; LP2601.

THE ACID TEST. 1915.

Pathe Freres (Balboa Feature Film Co.,
author); title, descr. & 83 prints, 3Febl5;
LU4350.

THE ACID TEST. (Tom Howard Comedies)
Educational Pictures. 1932. 11 min., sd.

Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story,
Tom Howard.

Larry Kent Productions, Inc.; 27Nov32;
LP3846.

THE ACQUITTAL. Universal Jewel. 1923.
7 reels. From the play by Rita Weiman.

Credits: Director, Clarence Brown; adap-
tation, Raymond L. Schrock.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Oct23;
LP19548.

ACQUITTED. 1914.

Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 72
prints, 20Febl4; LU2186.

ACQUITTED. 1916. 5 reels. Adapted from
the story by Mary Roberts Rinehart.
Credits: Scenario, Ray Somerville.
Triangle Film Corp. (Ray Somerville,
author); 7Pebl6; LP8072.

ACQUITTED. 1929. 7 reels, sd.

Credits; Producer, Harry Cohn; director.



Frank R. Strayer; screenplay and dialogue,
Keene Thompson; film editor, Dave Berg.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Dec29;
LP910.

ACROBATIC ACTS. Powers. 1916. 1/2 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Febl6;
MP513.

ACROBATIC TOE DANCE. 1927.

James Dunedin (Maxine Stine, author);
title & 4 prints, 26Oct27; descr., 15Nov27;
MU4460.

THE ACROBATS DREAM. Powers. 1915.
1/2 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Sepl5;
LP6515.

ACROSS SWIFTCURRENT PASS ON HORSE-
BACK. 1913. 1 reel.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; HOctlS; MP92.

ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. 1928. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton;
story, John Ransom; adaptation, Harvey
Gates.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; HFeb28;
LP24992.

ACROSS THE ATLANTIC VIA ZEPPELIN
WITH LADY DRUMMOND HAY. (Movietone
Act) 1929. Presented in conjunction with
Hearst Newspapers. 3 reels, sd.
Credits: Nils T. Granlund.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 5Mar29; MP5901.

ACROSS THE BORDER. SEE Sarah Padden
in Across the Border.

ACROSS THE BURNING TRESTLE. 1914.

1 reel. An adaptation of "In Christmas
Canyon."

Credits: Director, Richard R. Ridgely;
adaptation, Francis Lynde.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 27Junl4;
LP2935.

ACROSS THE CONTINENT. 1922. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Philip E. Rosen; story,
Byron Morgan.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 26Apr22;
LP17830.

ACROSS THE DANGER LINE. 1914.

Monarch Feature Film Co. (August
Alecy, author); title, descr. & 17 prints,
17Janl4; LU1969.

ACROSS THE DEAD LINE. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits; Producer, Jack Conway; story,
Clarence B. Kelland; scenario, George C.
Hull.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Jan22;
LP17435.

ACROSS THE DEAD-LINE. 1924.

Productions, Inc. (Ford Beebe, author);
title, 5Dec24; descr. & 217 prints, 8Dec24;
LU20855.

ACROSS THE DESERT. 1915. 1 reel.

Credits: Producer, Burton L. King; story,
F. M. Willis.

Selig Polyscope Co. (F. M. Willis, au-
thor); 6Mayl5; LP5260.

ACROSS THE DIVIDE. 1921.

Playgoers Pictures, Inc. (Beatrice Fred-
erick, author); title, descr. & 106 prints,
12Oct21; LU17077.

ACROSS THE FOOTLIGHTS. Big U. 1915.

2 reels.

Credits: Producer, Burton King; scenario,
Leonora Dowlan.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Junl5;
LP5485.

ACROSS THE GRAND CANYON. (Paramount-
Burton Holmes Travel Picture) 1921. Ireel.

Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton
Holmes, author); !Nov21; MP2076.

ACROSS THE GREAT DIVIDE, 1915. 1,000
ft Adapted from the story 'With Clear
Rights" by Charles W. Tyler.

Credits: Direction and scenario, Edward
C. Taylor.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Augl5; LP6146.

ACROSS THE HALL. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Al. E. Christie; producer,



Horace Davey.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
10Marl6; LP7803.

ACROSS THE LINE. Victor. 1916. Ireel.

Credits: Written and produced by Jacques
Jaccard,

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
19Janl6; LP7464.

ACROSS THE PACIFIC. Presented by the
Premier Feature Film Co. 1914.
Based on the melodrama by Charles E.
Blaney.

Credits: Written and produced by Edwin
Carewe.

World Film Corp. (Edwin Carewe,
author); title, descr. & 221 prints,
27Octl4; LU3721.

ACROSS THE PACIFIC. 1926. 8 reels.
From the novel by Charles E. Blaney.

Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; adap-
tation, Darryl Francis Zanuck.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Sep26;
LP23141.

ACROSS THE PLAINS. 1939. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Robert
Tansey; director. Spencer Bennett;
original screenplay, Robert Emmett;
film editor, Robert Golden.

Monogram Pictures Corp.; 23May39;
LP8869.

ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE. Bison. 1916.
3 reels.

Credits: Producer, Jacques Jaccard;
story, George Marshall.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
7Janl6; LP7380.

ACROSS THE ROCKIES TO THE PACIFIC.
(Westward Movement, no. 5) 1921. 1 reel.

Society for Visual Education, Inc.
(Earl U. Rugg, author); 15Jan21; MP1881.

ACROSS THE SEA. (Romantic Journeys)
Educational Pictures. Presented by E. W.
Hammons. 1933. 907 ft., sd., color.

Credits: Producers, Howard C. Brown,
Curtis F. Nagel.

Brown-Nagel Productions, Inc.;
13Oct33; MP4446.

ACROSS TO SINGAPORE. 1928. 7 reels,
b&w, blue sequences. From the book "All
the Brothers Were Valiant" by Ben Ames
Williams.

Credits: Producer and director, William
Nigh; adaptation, Ted Shane; continuity,
Richard Schayer; film editor, Ben Lewis.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 7Apr28; LP25174.

ACT YOUR AGE. (Kennedy, no. 1) 1939.
18 min., sd.

Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy;
director, Charles Roberts; story, Charles
Roberts, George Jeske; film editor, John
Lockert.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct39;
LP9194.

ACTION. 1921. 5 reels.

Credits: Producer, Jack Ford; story,
J. Allen Dunn; scenario, Harvey Gates.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.;
25Aug21; LP16889.

ACTION. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight)
1925.

Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.
Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L.
Hawkinson, author); title, descr. & 20
prints, 26Mar25; MU2937.

ACTION ANTICS. 1926. 1.033ft.

Bart Foss; title, descr. & 8 prints,
26Jul26; MU3515.

ACTION FOR SLANDER. Presented by
Alexander Korda. Released through
United Artists. 1937. 8 reels, sd. From



Cumulative Copyright Catalog



ACTION FOR SLANDER. Cont'd.
the novel by Mary Borden.

Credits: Producer, Victor Saville;
director, Tim Whelan; screenplay, Miles
Malleson; additional dialogue, Ian Dal-
rymple; film editors, Hugh Stewart, Jack
Dennis; music director, Muir Mathieson.

London Film Productions, Ltd.;
28Dec37; LP7692.

ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS.
Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
Lasky. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Monte Brice.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 6May30;
LP1277.

THE ACTIVE LIFE OF DOLLY OF THE
DAILIES. 1914. 1 reel each. Thomas
A. Edison, Inc.

Credits: Acton Davies; director, Walter
Edwin.

1. The Perfect Truth. 10Janl4;
LP1947.

2. The Ghost of Mother Eve. SFebH;
LP2111.

3. An Affair of Dress. 21Febl4;
LP2199.

4. Putting One Over. 7Marl4;
LP2290.

5. The Chinese Fan. 21Marl4;
LP2370.

6. On the Heights. 4Aprl4; LP2464.

7. The End of the Umbrella. 18Aprl4;
LP2542.

8. A Tight Squeeze. 2Mayl4; LP2633.
[9] A Terror of the Night. 25Mayl4;

LP2759.
[10] Dolly Plays Detective. 8Junl4;

LP2824.
[11] Dolly at the Helm. 22Junl4;

LP2905.
[12) The Last Assignment. 3Jull4;

LP2961.

ACTIVITIES IN THE GARY, INDIANA,
PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 1915. 2,000ft.
School City of Gary, Indiana; title,
descr. & 11 prints, 16Aprl5; MU309.

THE ACTOR. 1914.

Film Releases of America, Inc.
(Dansk Kinographen, author); title, descr.
& 66 prints, 26Febl4; LU2226.

THE ACTOR. (Benny Rubin Talkie) 1929.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Walter Fabian; story
and dialogue, Benny Rubin.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Aug29;
LP605.

THE ACTOR'S ADVICE TO HIS SON. SEE
Lionel Atwill in The Actor's Advice to His
Son.

THE ACTOR'S BOARDING HOUSE. 1915.
Split reel.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Pat Rooney, author);
21Mayl5; LP5354.

ACTORS FROM THE JUNGLE. 1915.
1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
4Novl5; MP442.

AN ACTOR'S ROMANCE. 1913.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Roy L. McCar-
dell, author); title, descr. & 52 prints,
13Novl3; LU1570.

THE ACTRESS. 1913. 1 reel.
Credits: Richard Ridgely.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 29Novl3;
LP1702.

THE ACTRESS. 1928. 8 reels, sd., b&w.
From the play "Trelawney of the Wells"
by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero.

Credits: Director, Sidney Frahklin;
screenplay, Albert Lewin, Richard
Schayer; titles, Joe Farnham; film editor,
Conrad A. Nervig.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 28Apr28; LP25200.



THE ACTRESS'S REDEMPTION. 1914.
Features Ideal (Savoia Film, author);
title, descr. & 54 prints, 31Jull4; LU3110.

AN ACTRESS'S ROMANCE. SEE Adrienne
Lecouvreur.

ACUTE APPENDICITIS (LAY). 1930.
1 reel.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (Edward
Martin, author); 12Mar30; MP1752.

ACUTE APPENDICITIS (PROFESSIONAL).
1929. 2 reels.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (Edward
Martin, author); 14Oct29; MP1757.

AD MAN. SEE No Marriage Ties.

ADAM AND EVA. 1923. 8 reels.

William Randolph Hearst; 31Jan23;
LP18656.

ADAM AND EVE. 1920. 1 reel.

John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20;
MP1817.

ADAM AND EVE A LA MODE. Presented
by Rainbow Comedies. 1919. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Jesse Robbins.
Century Comedies; 27Decl9; LP14575.

ADAM AND EVIL. 1927. 7 reels, b&w.

Credits: Director, Robert Z. Leonard;
original screenplay, F. Hugh Herbert,
Florence Ryerson; titles, Ralph Spence;
film editor, Leslie F. Wilder.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Dist. Corp.;
17Aug27; LP24293.

ADAM BEDE. 1915. 2 reels.

Biograph Co.; 20Aprl5; LP5071.

ADAMS AND SOME EVES. 1918. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Chester
M. DeVonde.

Klever Pictures, Inc.; 2Febl8;
LP12049.

ADAM'S EVE. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, A. Leslie Pearce;
story, Florence Ryerson, Colin Clements.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
14Oct29; LP765.

ADAM'S RIB. Paramount. Presented by
Jesse L. Lasky. 1923. 10 reels.

Credits: Producer and director, Cecil B.
DeMille; story and scenario, Jeanie
Macpherson.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
7Feb23; LP18658.

THE ADAMS'S BOYS. 1921. Based on a
poem by James W. Foley;

Angela Murray Gibson; title, descr. &
7 prints, 15Apr21; MU1918.

THE ADDED ITEM MAKES FOR PROFIT.
1931. 1 reel. Contents. Friday Planning.
Featuring the Dairy Department. Sell
Extra Staples the Day Before a Holiday.
Party Menus Mean Big Orders. Proper
Care of Fresh Produce.

The Visual Training Corp.; 7Apr31;
MP2972.

ADDITION TO OLD FOLKS AT HOME.
1922. 195 ft.

St. Elmo Sales Co. (Edmund A.
Wheatley. author); title, descr. & 6 prints,
25Oct22; MU2207.

ADELE LENARR, JUVENILE SONGSTRESS
AND ACROBATIC DANCER, SINGING AND
DANCING: A. ROAD TO FAME [and
others] 1927. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 22Aug27; MP4242.

ADELE ROWLAND, STORIES IN SONG.
1928. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 31Mar28; MP4856.

ADJOS. SEE The Lash.



ADMINISTERING THE LIFE INSURANCE
ESTATE. (Educational Film Service,
v. 24) 1931. 1 reel.

Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau;
8Apr31; MP2479.

THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON. SEE Male
and Female.

THE ADMIRALS, FOUR BOYS AND A
UKULELE OFFER A PROGRAM OF POP-
ULAR SONGS: A. YANKEE ROSE [and
others] 1927. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 2Jul27; MP4128.

ADMISHUN TEN PINS. 1921. 2 reels.
American Pin Co.; 10Jul21; LP16840.

ADMISSION 5(. (Pepper Pot, no. 2) 1933.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Narrator, Leo Donnelly.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Oct33;
LP4153.

ADMISSION FREE. 1932. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer;
animation, Thomas Johnson, Rudolph
Eggeman.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 9Jun32;
MP3344.

ADOBE BRICK MAKING. 1939. 1 reel.

Bailey Film Service (Albert Reid
Bailey, author); 23Jan39; MP9685.

THE ADOPTED BABY. 1915.
Credits: Producer, Louis Myll.
Mica Film Corp. (Gladys Owen,
author); title, descr. & 30 prints, 26Febl5;
LU4548.

THE ADOPTED BROTHER. 1913.

Biograph Co. (W. C. Cabanne, author);
title, descr. & 110 prints, 18Augl3;
LU1124.

THE ADOPTED SON. 1917. 6 reels.
Adapted from the story by Max Brand
[pseud, of Frederick Faust].

Credits: Supervision, Maxwell Karger;
director, Charles Brabin; adaptation,
Albert Shelby Le Vino.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 17Octl7;
LP11572.

ADORABLE. 1933. 7,700 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, Wilhelm Dieterle;
story, Paul Frank, Billie Wilder; screen-
play, George Marion, Jr., Jane Storm;
editors, Irene Morra, R. W. Bischoff.

Fox Film Corp.; 8May33; LP3902.

THE ADORABLE DECEIVER. Released by
F. B. O. 1926. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story,
Harry O. Hoyt; continuity, Doris Anderson.
R-C Pictures Corp.; 28Sep26; LP23148.

ADORABLE DORA. (Blue Ribbon Comedy)
1926. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Harry Sweet.

Standard Cinema Corp.; 21Jul26;
LP22923.

THE ADORABLE SAVAGE. 1920. 5 reels.
From the novel by Ralph Stock.

Credits: Director, Norman Dawn;
scenario, Doris Schroeder.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
6Aug20; LP15419.

ADORATION. Presented by Richard A.
Rowland. 1928. 7 reels.

Credits: Producer, Frank Lloyd; story,
Lajos Biro; continuity, Winifred Dunn.

First National Pictures, Inc.;
19Nov28; LP25848.

ADORATION. 1928. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Andrew
L. Stone.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
25Feb28; LP25003.



Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



ADRIENNE LECOUVREUR; or, AN AC-
TRESS'S ROMANCE. 1913. 1,783ft.
Adapted from the play by Mme. Sarah
Bernhardt.

Credits: Adaptation, Sarah Bernhardt.

William F. Connor; 3Febl3; LP311.

ADRIENNE LECOUVREUR. SEE Dream
of Love.

ADRIFT. 1914. 2 reels.

Soci<5t Fran9aise des Films et
Cinematographes Eclair; title, descr. &
46 prints, 20Marl4; LU2349.

ADVANTAGES OF THE NEW SUPERIOR
WHIPPET. 1929. 1 reel.

Willys -Overland, Inc. (Raymond J.
Faller, author); 28Feb29; MP50.

ADVENTURE. Paramount. Presented by
Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1925.
6,602 ft. From the novel by Jack London.

Credits: Producer and director, Victor
Fleming; screenplay, A. P. Younger,
L. G. Rigby.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
28Apr25; LP21412.

THE ADVENTURE HUNTER. 1915. 1 reel.

Credits: Producer, E. A. Martin;
scenario, Wallace C. Clifton.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C.
Clifton, author); 26Junl5; LP5690.

AN ADVENTURE IN A HAREM. 1915.
Nordisk Film Kompagni A/S; title,
descr. & 62 prints, 8Febl5; LU4401.

AN ADVENTURE IN HEARTS. Paramount-
Artcraft. 1919. 5 reels. Adapted from
the novel "Captain Dieppe" by Anthony
Hope [pseud, of Anthony Hope Hawkins]
and the play by Harrison Garfield Rhodes.

Credits: Director, James Cruze;
scenario, Elmer Harris.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
17Octl9; LP14337.

ADVENTURE IN MANHATTAN. 1936.
8 reels. Suggested by "Purple and Fine
Linen" by May Edginton.

Credits: Director, Edward Ludwig;
story, Joseph Krumgold; screenplay,
Sidney Buchman, Harry Sauber, Jack
Kirkland; film editor, Otto Meyer; music
director, Morris Stoloff.

Columbia Pictures Corporation of
Calif., Ltd.; 4Sep36; LP6583.

ADVENTURE IN SAHARA. 1938. 6 reels,
sd.

Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman;
story, Sam Fuller; screenplay. Maxwell
Shane; film editor, Otto Meyer; music
director, M. W. Stoloff.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 21Nov38; LP8431.

AN ADVENTURE IN THE AUTUMN WOODS.
1913.

Biograph Co. (Wm. C. Cabanne,
author); title, descr. & 118 prints,
lOJanlS; LU256.

ADVENTURE MAD. U. F. A. Released by
Paramount. 1928. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Lothar Mendes;
scenario, Robert Liebman.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
31Mar28; LP25122.

THE ADVENTURE OF CHARLES AUGUSTUS
MILVERTON. SEE The Adventure of the
Missing Rembrandt.

THE ADVENTURE OF THE MISSING
REMBRANDT. (Sherlock Holmes Series)
1932. 8 reels. Adapted from "The Adven-
ture of Charles Augustus Milverton" by
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Credits: Director, Leslie S. Hiscott;
screen adaptation, Cyril Twyford, H.
Fowler Mear.
First Anglo Corp.; 18May32; LP3034.



THE ADVENTURE OF THE RIVAL UNDER-
TAKERS. 1914. 1 reel.

Vitagraph Co. of America (Robert E.
Innis, author); 30Aprl4; LP2626.

THE ADVENTURE SHOP. 1918. 5 reels.
Story adapted from "The Green Gullabaloo"
by Bud Fisher.

Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb; sce-
nario, George H. Plympton.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 27Decl8;
LP13207.

THE ADVENTURER. 1915.

Credits: Producer, Donald Macdonald;
scenario, Anthony W. Coldewey.

Mica Film Corp. (Anthony W. Cold-
ewey, author); title, descr. & 27 prints,
9Janl5; LU4144.

THE ADVENTURER. Art Drama. 1917.
Based on the novel by Upton Sinclair.

Credits: Director, Alice Blache 1 ; sce-
nario, Harry Chandlee, Lawrence
McCloskey.

U. S. Amusement Corp.; title & descr.,
10Octl7; 228 prints, HOctlT; LU11526.

THE ADVENTURER. 1917. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by Charlie
Chaplin.
Lone Star Corp.; 22Octl7; LP12143.

THE ADVENTURER. 1920. 6 reels, b&w,
tinted sequences.

Credits: Director. J. Gordon Edwards;
adaptation, E. Lloyd Sheldon.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp.,
author); 14Mar20; LP14881.

THE ADVENTURER. 1928. 5 reels, b&w.

Credits: Story, Leon Abrams; screenplay.
Jack Cunningham; film editor, Sam S.
Zimbalist.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 14Jul28; LP25461.

THE ADVENTURER. SEE The Beautiful
Mrs. Reynolds.

THE ADVENTURES AND EMOTIONS OF
EDGAR POMEROY. Presented by Samuel
Goldwyn. 1920-21. 2 reels each. From
the stories by Booth Tarkington.
Goldwyn Pictures Corp.

Credits: Directors, Paul Bern, E. Mason
Hopper, Mason N. Litson; scenario,
Eleanor Flori, Barbara Kent.

1. Edgar and Teacher's Pet. HMar20;
LP14868.

2. Edgar's Hamlet. 25Mar20;
LP14922.

3. Edgar's Jonah Day. 8May20;
LP15105.

4. Edgar Takes the Cake. 17Jul20;
LP1 5371

5. David and Goliath. !Sep20;
LP15543.

5. Edgar's Sunday Courtship. !Sep20;
LP15711.

6. Edgar Camps Out. 15Oct20;
LP15765.

7. Edgar's Little Saw. HDec20;
LP15910.

8. Get-Rich-Quick Edgar. 24Dec20;
LP15968.

7. Edgar The Explorer. 18Jan21;
LP16036.

10. Edgar's Country Cousin. 12Jan21;
LP16035.

11. Edgar's Feast Day. 3Mar21;
LP16221.

12. Edgar the Detective. 8Apr21;
LP16381.

ADVENTURE'S END. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Trem Carr; director,
Arthur Lubin; original story, Ben Ames
Williams; screenplay, Ben Graumer Kohn,
Scott Darling, Sid Sutherland; film editor,
Charles Craft.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Nov37;
LP7672.



ADVENTURES IN DIPLOMACY. 1914.
Adapted from the novel "Elusive Isabel"
by Jacques Futrelle.

Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. &
44 prints, 27Augl4; LU3271.

ADVENTURES IN THE JUNGLES. 1939.
3 reels, sd.

Continental Pictures, Inc.; 6Mar39;
MP9195.

THE ADVENTURES OF A BOY SCOUT.
1918.

Credits: Producer, Edward Warren.
World Film Corp. (Edward Warren,
author); title & descr., 5Janl8; 108 prints,
lOJanlS; LU11929.

THE ADVENTURES OF A MILLION-
AIRE'S SON. 1914.

Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. 8t 89
prints, 8Mayl4; LU2650.

THE ADVENTURES OF A WATCH; or.
TIME FLIES AND COMES BACK. 1913.

Credits: Producer, Hardee Kirkland.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Chris Lane,
author); title, descr. & 15 prints, 29Augl3;
LU1175.

THE ADVENTURES OF ADENOID. 1925.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 10Apr25;
MU2961.

ADVENTURES OF ANDY. 1913-14. 1 reel
each. Thomas A. Edison, Inc.

Credits: Alice Williams, Mark Swan;



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