Library of Congress. Copyright Office.

Motion pictures, 1912-1939 online

. (page 231 of 385)
Online LibraryLibrary of Congress. Copyright OfficeMotion pictures, 1912-1939 → online text (page 231 of 385)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Credits: Director, Sam Newfield; story,
Bill Weber, T. Page Wright.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Mar30;
LP1170.

SIEGE. Jewel. 1925. 7 reels. From the
novel by Samuel H. Adams.

Credits: Director, Svend Gade; screen
story, Harvey Thew.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 10Jun25;
LP21557.

THE SIEGE AND FALL OF THE ALAMO;
story of the Heroism of Travis, Crockett,
Bowie, and Bonham and Their Garrison, and
the Battle of San Jacinto. 1913.

S. G. Christal & W. A. Bunnell (Siege of
the Alamo Picture Co.. author); title, descr.
& 6 prints, 21Aprl3; MU51.

SIEGE AND FALL OF THE ALAMO. 1914.

Siege & Fall of the Alamo Motion Pic-
ture Co. (H. C. Mathews, author); title,
descr. & 953 prints, 4Junl4; MU161.

SIEGFRIED. 1912.

Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio,
author); title, descr. & 43 prints, 29Novl2;
LU139.

SIEGFRIED. 1925. 9 reels.

Credits: Director, Fritz Lang; scenario,
Thea Von Harbou; music, Richard Wagner;
music score, Hugo Reisenfeld.

Ufa Films, Inc.; 23Aug25; LP22042.

SIERRA WINTER SPORTS. Bison. 1917.
Split reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Augl7;
MP1015.

THE SIGN INVISIBLE. 1918. 6 reels.
Credits: Anthony P. Kelly.
First National Exhibitors Circuit, Inc.;
28Janl8; LP12000.

THE SIGN OF FOUR. Presented by World
Wide Pictures. 1932. 7 reels, sd. Adapted
from the story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Credits: Producer, Rowland V. Lee;
director, Graham Cutts; screenplay, W. P.
Lipscomb.



770



Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



THE SIGN OF FOUR. Cont'd.

Associated Talking Pictures, Ltd.;
14Aug32; LP3512.

THE SIGN OF THE BLACK LILY. 1913.
George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines,
author); title, descr. & 35 prints, 12Jull3;
LU939.

THE SIGN OF THE CACTUS. 1924. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Clifford S. Smith; story
and continuity, Charles Logue.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Dec24;
LP20934.

THE SIGN OF THE CLAW. Gotham. Pre-
sented by Sam Sax. 1926. 6 reels.

Credits: Supervision, Renaud Hoffman;
director. Reeves "Breezy" Eason; story and
continuity, James Bell Smith.

Lumas Film Corp.; 28Jun26; LP22859.

THE SIGN OF THE CROSS. 1932. 14 reels,
sd. From the play by Wilson Barrett.

Credits: Producer and director, Cecil B.
DeMille; screenplay, Waldemar Young,
Sidney Buchman.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 30Nov32;
LP3443.

THE SIGN OF THE CUCUMBER. 1917.
2 reels.

Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone;
director, Dick Smith.

L-Ko Motion Picture (Company, Inc.;
19Jull7; LP11107.

THE SIGN OF THE POPPY. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: J. Grubb Alexander; director,
Charles Swickard.

Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 24Novl6;
LP9597.

THE SIGN OF THE ROSE. Presented by
Harry Garson. 1922. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Harry Garson; written
and supervised by George Beban; scenario,
J. A. Brocklehurst, Carroll Owen; film
editor. Violet Blair.

American Releasing Corp. (George
Beban, author); !Sep22; LP18749.

THE SIGN OF THE ROSE. SEE An Alien.

THE SIGN OF THE SECRET NINE. 1914.
Feature Film Sales Co., Ltd. (Austrian
Film, author); title, descr. & 12 prints,
12Janl4; LU1953.

THE SIGN ON THE DOOR. 1921. 7 reels.
From the play by Channing Pollock.

Credits: Producer and director, Herbert
Brenon; adaptation, Mary Murillo, Herbert
Brenon.

** Joseph M. Schenck; 28Sep21; LP17016.

THE SIGN ON THE DOOR. SEE The Locked
Door.

THE SIGNAL; a Drama of the French Revolu-
tion. 1913. 1 reel.

Credits: Bannister Merwin.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Junl3;
LP856.

THE SIGNAL TOWER. Jewel. 1924. 7 reels.
Credits: Director, Clarence Brown; story,
Wadsworth Camp.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 29Apr24;
LP20129.

THE SIGNET RING. (The Perils of the
Secret Service, no. 6) Imp. 1917. 2 reels.
Founded on the Yorke Norroy Stories by
George Bronson Howard.

Credits: Director, George Bronson Howard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Marl7;
LP10473.

SIGNING OFF. Mentone. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Story and direction, Milton
Schwarzwald.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 3Feb36;
LP6115.



SIGNS OF SPRING. 1927.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry,
author); title, descr. i 18 prints, 29Sep27;
MU4341.

SIGNS OF TROUBLE. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.
From the "Lucille, the Waitress" series by
Bide Dudley.

Credits: Director, William Bailey.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Aprl7;
LP10668.

SILAS MARNER. 1913. 2 reels. Adapted
from the novel by George Eliot [pseud.]
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 4Octl3; LP1344.

SILAS MARNER. 1922. 6,344 ft. Adapted
from the novel by George Eliot (pseud.)

Credits: Scenario and direction, Frank
Donovan.

Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Frank P.
Donovan, author); title, descr. & 112 prints,
HApr22; LU17743.

SILENCE. 1915. 2 reels.

American Film Mfg. Co. (Webster Camp-
bell, author); title & descr., 14Janl5;
149 prints, 15Janl5; LU4192.

SILENCE. Presented by Cecil B. DeMille.
Released by Producers Distributing Corp.
1926. 8 reels. From the play by Max Mar-
cin.

Credits: Producer and director, Rupert
Julian; adaptation, Beulah Marie Dix.
Cinema Corporation of America;
19Apr26; LP22697.

SILENCE. 1931. 8 reels, sd. From the
stage play by Max Marcin.

Credits: Directors, Louis Gasnier, Max
Marcin.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 29Aug31;
LP2439.

SILENCE. 1937.

Chevrolet Motor Co.; title & descr.,
8Jan37; 1,012 prints, HFeb37; MU7163.

THE SILENCE OF DEAN MAITLAND. SEE
Sealed Lips.

THE SILENCE OF JOHN GORDON. Beauty.
1914.

American Film Mfg: Co. (Harry Pollard,
author); title & 72 prints, 14Sepl4; descr..
5Sepl4; LU3355.

THE SILENCE OF THE DEAD. 1913.
4 reels.
** Gaumont Co.; 29Novl3; LP1763.

THE SILENCE SELLERS. 1917. 5 reels.
From the story by Blair Hall.

Credits: Director, Burton L. King; adapta-
tion, Wallace C. Clifton.
Metro Pictures Corp.; 19Sepl7; LP11426.

SILENCIO! 1928. 2 reels.

Credits: Story, scenario, and direction.
Marcel G. Silver.
Fox Case Corp.; 14Feb28; LP25024.

THE SILENT ACCUSER. 1915. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer. Joseph Kaufman.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Daniel Carson Goodman,
author); 13Sepl5; LP6345.

THE SILENT ACCUSER. Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayer. Presented by Louis B. Mayer.
1924. 6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

Credits: Director, Chester M. Franklin;
film editor, Lloyd Nezler.

Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 10Nov24;
LP20746.

THE SILENT AVENGER. 1920. 2 reels each,
except no. 1 which is 3 reels. The Vita-
graph Co. of America.

Credits: Director, William Duncan; story,
Albert E. Smith, Cleveland Moffett; sce-
nario, Graham Baker, William B. Courtney.

1. The Escape. 27Feb20; LP14795.

2. Fighting Back. 27Feb20; LP14796.

3. Within the Noose. 15Mar20; LP14889.



4. Tearing Through. 18Mar20; LP14905.

5. Blotted Out. 10Apr20; LP15017.

6. The Hidden Blow. 22Apr20; LP15044.

7. Dynamite Doom. 6May20; LP15078.

8. The Crusher. 12May20; LP15113.

9. Into the Jaws. 21May20; LP15156.

10. Blades of Horror. 25May20;
LP15169.

11. Shot into Space. 4Jun20; LP15208.

12. Facing Eternity. HJun20; LP15242.

13. A Human Pendulum. 18Jun20;
LP15265.

14. The Lake of Fire. 28Jun20;
LP15318.

15. The Final Trump. 3Jul20; LP15332.

THE SILENT AVENGER. 1927. 6 reels.
Credits: Supervision and story, Frank
Foster Davis; director, James P. Hogan; ad-
aptation, George Greene, Doris Schroeder;
continuity, Herbert C. Clark; titles, Delos
Sutherland; film editor, Fred Bornworth.
Lumas Film Corp.; 2Aug27; LP24264.

SILENT BARRIERS. 1937. 9 reels, sd.
Based on the novel "The Great Divide" by
Alan Sullivan.

Credits: Director, Milton Rosmer; screen-
play, Michael Barringer, Milton Rosmer;
dialogue, Ralph Spence, Milton Rosmer;
editors, Charles Trend, B. H. Hipkins;
music score, Hubert Bath; music director,
Louis Levy.

Gaumont British Picture Corp. of Amer-
ica (Gaumont British Picture Corp., Ltd.,
author); 4Feb37; LP7284.

THE SILENT BATTLE. 1916. 5 reels. From
the novel by George Gibbs.

Credits: Producer, Jack Conway; adapta-
tion, F. McGrew Willis.

Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 26Junl6;
LP8588.

THE SILENT BELL; a Military Drama.
1914.

Pasquali American Co. (Pasquali Co.,
author); title, descr. & 80 prints, 25Febl4;
LU2215.

THE SILENT CALL. 1921. 7 reels. From
"The Cross Pull" by Hal G. Evarts.

Credits: Producers, Jane Murfin, Laurence
Trimble; director, Laurence Trimble;
adaptation, Jane Murfin.

H. O. Davis; 5Dec21; LP17286.

THE SILENT COMMAND. Laemmle. 1915.
4 reels.

Credits: Written and produced by Robert
Leonard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Mayl5;
LP5378.

THE SILENT COMMAND. 1923. 8 reels,
b&w, tinted sequences. Filmed with the co-
operation of the United States Navy.

Credits: Producer and director, J. Gordon
Edwards; story, Rufus King; scenario, Paul
Kelly.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
20Aug23; LP19411.

THE SILENT DEATH. 1914. 2 reels.

Credits: Frank Blighton; director, Richard
R. Ridgely.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Janl4; LP1949.

THE SILENT ENEMY. 1930. 7,551 ft., sd.

Credits: Producers, W. Douglas Burden,
William C. Chanler; director, H. P. Carver;
story, W. Douglas Burden; scenario, Richard
Carver.

Paramount Publix Corp.; lAugSO;
LP1459.

THE SILENT FLYER. 1926. 2 reels each.
Universal Pictures Corp.

Credits: Director, Wm. James Craft;
story, George Morgan.

1. The Jaws of Death. 26Jun26; LP22854.

2. Dynamited. 6Jul26; LP22878.

3. Waters of Death. 8Jul26; LP22900.

4. The Treacherous Trail. 15Jul26;
LP22911.



771



Cumulative Copyright Catalog



THE SILENT FLYER. Cont'd.

5. The Plunge of Peril. 16Jul26-
LP22926.

6. The Fight of Honor. 21Jul26
LP22946.

7. Under Arrest. 24Jul26; LP22983.

8. Flames of Terror. 29Jul26;
LP22995.

9. Hurled Through Space. 2Aug26;
LP23002.

10. Love and Glory. 2Aug26; LP23010.

THE SILENT GUARDIAN. 1926. 5,000 ft.

Credits: Director, William Bletcher;
story, Ewart Adamson.
Truart Film Corp.; 4Feb26; LP22384.

SILENT KNIGHT, THE TRIUMPH OF SILENCE
OVER NOISE. 1929. 1 reel.

Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Fall-
er, author); 25Feb29; MP5961.

THE SILENT LADY. Butterfly. 1917.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, Elsie Jane Wilson;
story, Elliott J. Clawson.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Novl7;
LP11766.

THE SILENT LIE. 1917. For Fox Film
Corp. 5 reels. From the story "Conohan"
by Larry Evans.

Credits: Director, R. A. Walsh.

William Fox (C. B. Clapp, author);
27Mayl7; LP10837.

THE SILENT LOVER. 1926. 7 reels.
Adapted from the play "The Legionary" by
Ludwig Biro.

Credits: Director, George Archainbaud;
scenario, Carey Wilson.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 14Nov26;
LP23337.

THE SILENT MAN. 1915. 2,000 ft.
Credits: Producer, Leon D. Kent.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Julian Louis Lamothe,
author); 24Novl5; LP7022.

THE SILENT MAN. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, William S. Hart; story.
Charles Kenyon.

Thomas H. Ince Studios; 14Novl7;
LP11713.

THE SILENT MAN OF TIMBER GULCH.
Gold Seal. 1916. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and produced by Robert
Leonard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Mayl6;
LP8335.

THE SILENT MASTER. 1917. 7 reels.
From the novel "The Court of St. Simon"
by E. Phillips Oppenheim.

Credits: Direction and adaptation, Leonel
Ferret.

Robert Warwick Film Corp.; 29Mayl7;
LP10858.

THE SILENT MEMBER. Rex. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by Robert
Leonard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Janl6;
LP7391.

SILENT MEN. 1933. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman;
story, Walt Coburn; screenplay, Stuart
Anthony; film editor. Otto Meyer.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Feb33;
LP3680.

THE SILENT MYSTERY, no. 1-15. Presented
by Louis Burston. 1919.

Silent Mystery Corp. (Elsie Van Name,
author); title & descr., 28Octl9;308 prints,
19Novl9; LU14444.

THE SILENT PAL. Presented by Samuel
Sax. 1925. 6 reels.

Credits: Adapted and directed by Henry
McCarty; story, Frank Foster Davis.
Gotham Productions; 27Mar25; LP21278.



THE SILENT PARTNER. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Marshall Neilan- story
Edmund Goulding; scenario. George D
Proctor.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.-
5Mayl7; LP10717.

THE SILENT PARTNER. Paramount. Pre-
sented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1923. 6 reels.
From the Saturday Evening Post story by

Maximilian Foster.

Credits: Producer and director, Charles
Maigne; adaptation. Sada Cowan.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 22Aug23-
LP19325.

THE SILENT PARTNER. Mustang. 1927.
2 reels.

Credits: Director. William Wyler; story,
Basil Dicky; continuity. George Morgan.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Mar27;
LP23741.

THE SILENT PLEA. 1915. 3 reels.
Credits: Director. Lionel Belmore.
Vitagraph Co. of America (C. Mae Koch,
author); ISJanlS; LP4248.

THE SILENT POWER. Gotham. Presented
by Sam Sax. 1926. 5 reels.

Credits: Supervision. Renaud Hoffman;
director, Frank O'Connor; story, James J.
Tynan; adaptation and continuity, James Bell
Smith.

Lumas Film Corp.; 25Aug26; LP23047.

THE SILENT PRISONER. Laemmle. 1917.
1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 31Marl7;
LP10480.

THE SILENT RIDER. Jewel. 1926. 6 reels.
From the story "The Red Headed Husband"
by Kathcrine Newlin Burt.

Credits: Director. Lynn Reynolds.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Dec26;
LP234M.

SILENT SANDERSON. Presented by Hunt
Stromberg. Released by Producers Dis-
tributing Corp. 1925. 6 reels.

Credits: Supervision, Hunt Stromberg;
director, Scott R. Dunlap; story, Kate Corba-
ley; adaptation, Harvey Gates; editor, Harry
S. Decker.

Hunt Stromberg Corp.; !May25; LP21751.

THE SILENT SENTINEL. 1918. 2 reels.

Credits: Director. Harry Harvey; story,
Alvin J. Neitz.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 27Novl8 ;
LP13076.

THE SILENT STRANGER. Big U. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: Frank Smith; director. King
Baggot.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 28Jull6;
LP8813.

THE SILENT STRANGER. 1924. 5 reels.
Credits: Director. Albert Rogell; story.
Stewart Heisler.

R-C Pictures Corp. (Harry J. Brown,
author); llApr24; LP20066.

SILENT STRENGTH. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director. Paul Scardon; story,
Laurence McCloskey; scenario, Garfield
Thompson.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 7Janl9;
LP13254.

SILENT THUNDER. SEE The Man Called
Back.

THE SILENT TONGUE. 1915. 1.000 ft. A
revival of the Edison comedy.

Credits: Louis Sydsmith; director. Will
Louis.

Thomas A. Edison. Inc.; 31Augl5;
LP6264.

SILENT TRAILS. 1914.

Credits: Director, Rollin S. Sturgeon.



Vitagraph Co. of America (E. A. Brinin-
stool, author); 10Febl4; LP2132.

THE SILENT VOICE. 1915. 6 reels.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 13Sepl5; LP6445.

THE SILENT VOW. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, William Duncan; sce-
nario, Bradley J. Smollen.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 17Mar22-
LP17653.

THE SILENT W. 1915. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.
The Vitagraph' Co. of America (Donald I.
Buchanan, author); 27Mayl5; LP5424.

THE SILENT WATCHER. 1924. 8 reels.
Adapted from the Saturday Evening Post
story "The Altar on the Hill" by Mary
Roberts Rinehart.

Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd; screen
adaptation, J. G. Hawks; film editor, Edward
M. Roskam.

First National Pictures, Inc.; !Oct24;
LP20615.

THE SILENT WAY. 1914.

American Film Mfg. Co. (Louis Fitzroy,
author); title, descr. & 108 prints, 10Decl4;
LU3929.

THE SILENT WITNESS. 1932. 6,614 ft., sd.
Based on the stage play by Jack DeLeon and
Jack Celestin.

Credits: Directors, Marcel Varnel, R. L.
Hough; screenplay, Douglas Doty; editor.
Jack Murray.

Fox Film Corp.; 14Jan32; LP2793.

THE SILENT WOMAN. 1918. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Herbert Blache; story,
Lois Zellner; scenario, June Mathis,
Katharine Kavanaugh.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 2Sepl8; LP12797.

SILENT YEARS. 1921. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer and director, Louis
Gasnier; story, Harriet T. Comstock.
R-C Pictures Corp.; 5Dec21; LP17366.

SILK. (Eastman Classroom Films) 1929.
1 reel.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George
W. Hoke, author); 5Jun29; MP645.

THE SILK EXPRESS. Presented by Warner
Brothers Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
Corp. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Ray Enright; story,
Houston Branch; screenplay, Houston
Branch, Ben Markson.

Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 2Jun33;
LP3914.

SILK HAT KID. 1935. 6,250 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, H. Bruce Humberstone;
story, Gerald Beaumont; screenplay, Edward
Eliscu, Lou Breslow, Dore Senary; music,
Samuel Kaylin.
Fox Film Corp.; 19Jul35; LP5789.

SILK HOSE AND HIGH PRESSURE. L-Ko.
1915. 3 reels.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Octl5;
LP6825.

SILK HOSIERY. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince;
director, Fred Niblo; story, Frank Dazey;
scenario, Agnes Christine Johnston.
Thomas H. Ince; 17Nov20; LP15824.

SILK HOSIERY, YESTERDAY'S LUXURY,
TO-DAY'S NECESSITY. Presented by
The Phoenix Hosiery Co. 1929. Filmstrip,
66 frames.

Rowland Rogers Picture Service, Inc.
(Rowland Rogers, author); 20May29; MP1534.

SILK HUSBANDS AND CALICO WIVES. 1920.
6 reels.

Credits> Director, Alfred E. Green; story,
Monte M. Katterjohn.



T72



Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



SILK HUSBANDS AND CALICO WIVES.
Cont'd.

Equity Pictures Corp.; 15Jan20-
LP17241.

SILK INDUSTRY IN JAPAN AND THE
UNITED STATES. 1916.

Leggett-Gruen Corp. (J. Alexander
Leggett, author); title, descr. & 93 prints,
7Sepl6; MU715.

SILK LEGS. 1927. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Arthur Rosson; story,
Frederica Sagor; scenario, Frances Agnew.
Fox Film Corp.; 7Dec27; LP24731.

SILK LEGS. SEE Piernas de Seda.

THE SILK LINED BURGLAR. 1919. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Jack Dillon; story.
Jack Boyle; scenario, Fred Myton.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Marl9;
LP13481.

SILK SOCK HAL. 1928. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Albert Herman; story,
E. V. Durling. Pinto Colvig, H. A. Wood-
mansee.

F. B. O. Productions, Inc. (Larry Dar-
mour Productions, author); 14May28;
LP25241.

SILK STOCKING SAL. Presented by Gothic
Pictures. Released by F. B. O. 1924.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, Tod Browning; story and
scenario, E. Richard Schayer.

R-C Pictures Corp.; 30Nov24; LP20927.

SILK STOCKINGS. Universal Jewel. 1927.
5,947 ft. From the stage play by Cyril
Harcourt.

Credits: Director, Wesley Ruggles; adap-
tation, Beatrice Van.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Aug27;
LP24324.

SILK TEXTILES. 1920. 2 reels.

Economist Film Service; 9Jun20;
MP2031.

SILK, THE FABRIC OF BEAUTY. Presented
by H. R. Mallinson & Co., Inc. 1929.
Filmstrip, 70 frames.

Rowland Rogers Picture Service, Inc.
(Rowland Rogers, author); 15Jun29; MP1532.

SILKEN SHACKLES. 1926. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Walter Morosco;
story and adaptation, Walter Morosco,
Philip Klein.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Apr26;
LP22612.

THE SILKLESS BANK NOTE. 1920.
From the official records of William J.
Flynn.

Credits: Wilson Mizner; director. Carl
Harbaugh.

Oliver Films, Inc. (William J. Flynn,
author); title, descr. & 426 prints, 23Jan20;
LU14726.

SILKS AND SADDLES. Universal Jewel.
1928. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Robert F. Hill; story,
Gerald Beaumont; adaptation, Edward Clark;
continuity, Paul Gangelin, Faith Thomas.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 12May28;
LP25262.

SILKS AND SATINS. 1916.

Famous Players Film Co. (Hugh Ford,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 25Mayl6;
LU8354.

SILKS AND SATINS. SEE Karyl Norman, the
Creole Fashion Plate, in Silks and Satins.

SILLY BILLIES. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer. Lee Marcus;
director, Fred Guiol; story, Thomas Lennon,
Fred Guiol; screenplay, Al Boasberg, Jack
Townley; editor, John Lockert; music direc-
tor, Roy Webb.



RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Mar36-
LP6240.

SILLY NIGHT. Presented by E. W. Hammons.
1937. 1,718 ft., sd.

Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story,
Jefferson Machamer.

Educational Films Corp. of America;
!Oct37; LP7486.

A SILLY SAILOR. Presented by William Fox.
1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Wallace MacDonald;
story and scenario. Max Gold, William
Kernell.

Fox Film Corp.; 9Nov27; LP24647.

SILLY SCANDALS. 1931. 1 reel.

Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave
Fleischer.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 23May31;
MP2564.

SILLY SEALS. (Oswald the Rabbit) 1938.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; director,
Lester Kline; story, Victor McLeod, James
Miele; animation, George Nicholas, Ralph
Sommerville.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Jul38;
MP8580.

A SILLY SULTAN. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Ben Cohn; director, Louis William
Chaudet.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; USeplB;
LP9090.

SILLY SUPERSTITION. (A Walter Lantz
Cartune) (A Walter Lantz Lil 1 Eightball)
1939. 1 reel, sd.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Aug39;
MP9615.

SILVER. 1930. 1 reel.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George
W. Hoke, author); 16May30; MP1838.

SILVER BLAZE. 1912. From "The Ad-
ventures of Sherlock Holmes" by Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle.

Societe Frangaisedes Films & Cine-
matographes Eclair; title, descr. &
34 prints, 29Novl2; LU141.

THE SILVER CAR. 1921. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, David Smith; story,
Wyndham Martyn.

Vitagraph Co. of America; Uun21;
LP16603.

SILVER COMES THROUGH. Released by
F. B. O. 1927. 6 reels.

Credits: Original story, Frank M. Clifton;
adaptation, continuity and direction, Lloyd
Ingraham.

R-C Pictures Corp.; 21May27; LP23994.

THE SILVER CORD. 1933. 8 reels, sd.
Based on the play by Sidney Howard.

Credits: Associate producer, Pandro S.
Berman; director, John Cromwell; screen-
play, Jane Murfin; film editor, George
Nichols, Jr.; music director. Max Steiner.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; !May33;
LP3919.

SILVER DOLLAR. Presented by First
National Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
Corp. 1933. 9 reels, sd. From the book by
David Karsner.

Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green; screen-
play. Carl Erickson, Harvey Thew.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 24Mar33;
LP3748.

SILVER FOX. SEE Rendezvous at Midnight.

THE SILVER GIRL. 1919.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Edward H. Peple,
author); title, descr. & 90 prints, 13Marl9;
LU13487.

THE SILVER GRINDSTONE. 1913.
Credits: Producer, William Duncan.



773



Selig Polyscope Co. (Eugene P. Lyle,
author); title, descr. & 37 prints, HOctl3;
LU1379.

THE SILVER HAWK. SEE Mysterious
Pilot.

THE SILVER HORDE. 1920. 7 reels. From
the story of the Alaskan fisheries.
Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd.
Rex Beach (Goldwyn Pictures Corp..
author); 8May20; LP15106.

THE SILVER HORDE. 1930. 8 reels. From
the novel by Rex Beach.

Credits: Producer, William LeBaron;
director, George Archainbaud; screenplay,
continuity and dialogue. Wallace Smith;
film editor. Otto Ludwig.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Oct30;
LP1678.

THE SILVER KING. Paramount Artcraft
Special. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1918.

5 reels.

Credits: Henry Arthur Jones; director,
George Irving; scenario. Burns Mantle.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 25Decl8;
LP13215.

THE SILVER LINING. 1920. For Iroquois
Film Corp. 6 reels.

Credits: Written, directed, and produced by
Roland West; adaptation. D. J. Buchanan,
Charles H. Smith.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 27Dec20;
LP15970.

THE SILVER LINING. 1931. 6 reels, sd.
Title changed from "Thirty Days."

Credits: Producer and director. Alan
Crosland; story, Hal Conklin; adaptation
and dialogue, Gertrude Orr; added dia-
logue, Claire Corvalho; film editor. Doris
Drought; musical score. Lee Zahler.

Patrician Pictures. Ltd.; 14Aug31;
LP3011.

SILVER LININGS. SEE The Man Hunt.

SILVER MILLIONS. (A Paramount Para-
graphic). Presented by Adolph Zukor.
1938. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Commentary. Justin Herman;
editor, Robert Blauvelt; narrator. Alois
Havrilla.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 15Jul38;
MP8590.

SILVER ON THE SAGE. 1939. 7 reels, sd.
Based on characters created by Clarence E.
Mulford.

Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; direc-
tor, Lesley Selander; screenplay, Maurice
Geraghty.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 31Mar39;
LP8744.

THE SILVER-PLATED GUN. 1913.

American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr.

6 54 prints, 27Janl3; LU305.

THE SILVER SHELL. SEE The Suspect.

THE SILVER SLAVE. 1927. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton;
story, Howard Smith; scenario. Peter
Milne, Anthony Coldewey.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Nov27;
LP24615.

THE SILVER SNUFF BOX. 1914.

Credits: Director, Theodore Marston;
story, W. A. Tremayne.

Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A. Tre-
mayne, author); 2Marl4; LP226G.

THE SILVER SPOON. SEE Let's Make a
Night of It.

SILVER SPRINGS, FLORIDA. 1935. 200 ft.,
16mm.

George Franklin Ryan; 22May35;
MP5612.



Cumulative Copyright Catalog



THE SILVER STREAK. 1934. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Glendon
Allvine; director. Tommy Atkins; story,
Roger Whately; screenplay, Roger Whately,
H. W. Hanemann, Jack O'Donnell; editor,
Fred Knudtson; music director, Al Colom-
bo.



Online LibraryLibrary of Congress. Copyright OfficeMotion pictures, 1912-1939 → online text (page 231 of 385)