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Louis.

Thomas A. Edison. Inc.; 16Junl5-
LP5582.

THE SPORT OF KINGS. 1924.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry,



author); title, descr. & 18 prints, 31Jul24-
MU2626.

SPORT OF THE SEASONS. (News World of
Sports) 1937. 845 ft., sd.

Credits: Narrative, Jack Kofoed; de-
scribed by Ford Bond.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 28Jun37; MP7607.

SPORT ON THE RANGE. (The Grantland Rice
Sportlight) 1935. 1 reel. sd.
Credits: Narration, Ted Husing.
Paramount Productions, Inc.; 29Nov35;
MP5993.

THE SPORT PARADE. 1932. 7 reels, sd.
From a story by Jerry Horwin.

Credits: Director, Dudley Murphy; screen-
play, Corey Ford, Francis Cockrell; film
editor. Jack Kitchin; music director. Max
Steiner.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Nov32;
LP3440.

SPORT STAMINA. (News World of Sports)
1938. 898 ft., sd.

Credits: Narrative by Jack Kofoed;
described by Ford Bond.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 21Apr38; MP8345.

SPORT THRILLS. Presented by Vitaphone.
1932-33. 1 reel each, sd. Title varies:
no. 4, 1932-33, has title "Vitaphone Sport
Thrills."

Credits: Dialogue and narrative, Ted
Husing.
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.

1. 26Nov32; MP3663.

2. 9Jan33; MP3739.

3. 16Dec32; MP3697.
The Vitaphone Corp.

4. 13Feb33; MP3818.

5. 22Mar33; MP3903.

6. 23Feb33; MP3836.

THE SPORTING AGE. 1928. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director,
Erie C. Kenton; story, Armand Kaliz; adapta-
tion, Elmer Harris; continuity. Peter Milne.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Mar28;
LP25099.

SPORTING ARMOR. 1925.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 9Feb25;
MU2870.

SPORTING BLOOD. 1916. For Fox Film
Corp. 5 reels.

Credits: Produced and written by Bertram
Bracken.

William Fox (Bertram Bracken, author);
13Augl6; LP8927.

SPORTING BLOOD. 1931. 9 reels, sd.,
b&w. From the story by Frederick Hazlitt
Brennan.

Credits: Charles Brabin, Willard Mack,
Wanda Tuchock; director, Charles Brabin.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 5Aug31; LP2376.

SPORTING BROTHERS. (Grantland Rice
Sportlight) 1930. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Editor, Jack Eaton.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; Uun30; MP1632.

A SPORTING CHANCE. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Henry King; story,
Stephen Fox.

American Film Co., Inc.; 4Junl9;
LP13800.

A SPORTING CHANCE. Paramount. Pre-
sented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1919. 5 reels.
From the story "Impulses" by Roger Hart-
man.

Credits: Director, George Melford; sce-
nario. Will M. Ritchey.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 27Junl9;
LP13915.



THE SPORTING CHANCE. 1925. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Oscar Apfel; story.
Jack Boyle.

Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 7Jul25-
LP21634.

SPORTING COMPARISONS. (Sportlight) 1936.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.
Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 3Jul36-
MP6608.

THE SPORTING DUCHESS. 1920. 7 reels.
From the play by August Harris, Cecil
Raleigh, and Henry Hamilton.

Credits: Director, George Terwilliger;
scenario, Lucien Hubbard.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Feb20;
LP14809.

SPORTING GOODS. Presented by Adolph
Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1928. 5,951 ft.

Credits: Producer and director, Malcolm
St. Clair; screenplay, Tom Crizer, Ray Har-
ris.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
HFeb28; LP24989.

THE SPORTING IRISH. (Sportlight) 1939.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.
Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 17Mar39;
MP9280.

SPORTING JUDGMENT. (A Grantland Rice
Sportlight) 1925.

Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson,
author); title, descr. & 18 prints, 26Mar25;
MU2938.

THE SPORTING KNACK. (Grantland Rice
Sportlight) 1927.

Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson,
author); title, descr. & 19 prints. 13Jan27;
MU3727.

SPORTING LIFE. Paramount-Artcraft
Special. 1918. 7 reels. From the play by
Cecil Raleigh and Seymour Hicks.

Credits: Producer and director, Maurice
Tourneur; scenario, Winthrop Kelley.

Maurice Tourneur Productions; IDeclB;
LP13400.

SPORTING LIFE. Universal Jewel. 1925.
7 reels. From the play by Seymour Hicks
and Cecil Raleigh.

Credits: Director, Maurice Tourneur.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Oct25;
LP21919.

THE SPORTING LOVER. Presented by
Faultless Pictures, Inc. 1926. 7 reels.
From the Drury Lane melodrama "Good
Luck" by Seymour Hicks and Ian Hay [pseud,
of John Hay Beith).

Credits: Director, Alan Hale; adaptation,
Carey Wilson.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 2Jun26;
LP22792.



SPORTING MELODIES. (Grantland Rice
Sportlight, no. 2) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 25Aug33;
MP4240.

THE SPORTING NETWORK (The Grantland
Rice Sportlight) 1935. 1 reel.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 20Dec35;
MP6070.

SPORTING NUTS. (An Oddity) 1935. 1 reel,
sd., b&w.

Credits: Explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 4May35;
MP5584.

SPORTING PALS. (The Grantland Rice Sport-
light) 1937. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.
Paramount Pictures, Inc.; Uan37;

MP7073.






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THE SPORTING QUIZ. (Sportlight) 1936
1 reel. sd.

Credits: Producer, Jack Eaton; narrator,
Ted Husing.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.- 6Nov36-
MP6911.

SPORTING RHYTHM. 1924.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkin-
son, author); title, descr. & 18 prints,
25Sep24; MU2723.

SPORTING SOUNDS. (Sportlight) 1935. 1 reel,
sd.

Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.
Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Mar35;
MP5473.

SPORTING SPEED. (A Grantland Rice Sport-
light) 1924.

Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson,
author); title, descr. & 30 prints, 22Apr24;
MU2520.

A SPORTING TEST. (The Grantland Rice
Sportlight) 1938. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 5Aug38;
MP8631.

THE SPORTING VENUS. 1925. 7 reels,
b&w, tinted sequences.

Credits: Story, Gerald Beaumont; scenario,
Thomas Geraghty; film editor, Blanche
Sewall.

Metro-Goldwyn-Pictures Corp.; 21May25;
LP21516.

SPORTING WINGS. (Sportscope, no. 8) 1939.
9 min., sd.

Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.;
supervision, Frank Donovan.

Pathe News, Inc.; 24Mar39; MP9308.

SPORTING YOUTH. Universal-Jewel. 1924.
7 reels.

Credits: Director, Harry A. Pollard;
story, Byron Morgan; scenario, Harvey
Thew.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Jan24;
LP19829.

SPORTING YOUTH. Junior Jewel. 1929-30.
2 reels each, sd. Universal Pictures
Corp.

Credits: Directors, Ray Taylor, Ben
Holmes; story, continuity and dialogue,
George H. Plympton, Phil Dunham, Ford
I. Beebe.

1. Lady of Lions. 15Nov29; LP860.

2. Hi- Jack and the Game. 23Nov29;
LP874.

3. The Take-Off. 9Dec29; LP908.

4. Steeplechase. 27Dec29; LP964.

5. Live Ghosts. HJanSO; LP999.

6. Footlight Follies. 15Jan30; LP1000.

7. A Royal Fourflush. IFebSO; LP1049.

8. Arabian Daze. 19Feb30; LP1092.

9. Seeing Stars. 21Mar30; LP1171.

10. Chinese Blues. 5Apr30; LP1200.

10. Chinese Blues. 12Apr30; LP1225.

11. Halloween. 12Apr30; LP1226.

12. Schoolmates. 24Apr30; LP1252.

SPORTLAND ON THE SCREEN. Presented
by Persal Productions. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Narrator, Arthur Hale.

Pictorial Film Library, Inc. (Harvey
Pergament. author); 10Jul35; MP5760.

A SPORTLIGHT COCKTAIL. 1934. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.
Paramount Productions, Inc.; 28Dec34;
MP5196.

SPORTOLOGY. 1925. 1 reel.

Leslie Mann; !Dec25; MP3373.

SPORTS AND SPLASHES. 1917. 1 reel.

Credits: Graham Baker; director, Lawrence
Semon.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 5Octl7;
LP11499.



SPORTS GREATEST THRILLS. (News World
of Sports) 1937. 842 ft., sd.

Credits: Narrative, Jack Kofoed; de-
scribed by Ford Bond.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California
Ltd.; 7Aug37; MP7681.

SPORTS HEADLINERS OF 1936. (Adventures
of the Newsreel Cameraman) 1936. 1 reel
sd.

Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; editor.
Lew Lehr.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
30Oct36; MP7830.

SPORTS IN THE ALPS. Treasure Chest.
Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1936.
819 ft.

Credits: Story and narratioa, Ed Thorger-
sen.

Skibo Productions, Inc.; HSep36;
MP6811.

SPORTS ON ICE. (A Pete Smith Specialty)
1936. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 28Oct36-
MP7708.

THE SPORTSMAN. 1920. 2 reels.

Credits: Directors, Larry Semon, Norman
Taurog.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Nov20;
LP15854.

SPOT CASH. 1921.

Path6 Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 7Sep21;
LU16941.

THE SPOT ON THE RUG. (Mack Sennett
Comedy Featurettes) Educational Film
Exchanges, Inc. 1932. 19 min., sd.

Credits: Director, Babe Stafford; story
and dialogue, John A. Waldron, Gene Towne,
Felix Adler, Del Lord.

Mack Sennett, Inc.; 15May32; LP3875.

SPOTLIGHT. (Mermaid Comedies) 1925.
2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Norman
Taurog.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
29Dec25; LP22195.

THE SPOTLIGHT. 1927. 4,866 ft. From the
story "Footlights" by Rita Weiman.

Credits: Director, Frank Tuttle; adaptation,
Hope Loring.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
19Nov27; LP24674.

SPOTLIGHT SADIE. Presented by Samuel
Goldwyn. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Laurence Trimble;
story, Lewis Allen Browne.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 29Marl9;
LP13544.

THE SPOTTED LILY. 1917. 5 reels.

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

Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; HSepl7;
LP11400.

THE SPOTTED NAG. 1919. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Jim Davis.
LKo Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.;
22Junl9; LP13890.

THE SPOTTED PANTHER. 1914.

Leading Players Film Corp. (Societe
Fran9aise des Films et Cinematographes
Eclair, author); title, descr. & 39 prints,
31Jull4; LU3111.

SPOTTED WINGS. (A Battle for Life Re-
lease) Audio Productions, Inc. in co-oper-
ation with British Instructional Films, Ltd.
Educational Pictures. Presented by E. W.
Hammons. 1934. 614 ft., sd.

Credits: Narration, James F. Clemenger;
editor, Sam Citron.

Audio Productions, Inc.; 8Jun34; MP4894.



THE SPREADING DAWN. 1917. 6 reels.
Credits: Director, Lawrence Trimble;
story, Basil King.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 12Octl7-
LP11541.

THE SPREADING EVIL. 1918.

Credits: Written and produced by James
Keane.

James Keane; title, descr. & 564 prints,
SODeclS; LU13209.

A SPRIG O 1 SHAMROCK. 1913.

Universal Film Mfg. Co. (Walter Mac-
Namara, author); title, descr. & 97 prints,
18Aprl3; LU628.

A SPRIG OF SHAMROCK. 1915. 1 reel.
Credits: Millard Johnson.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 2Augl5;
LP5991.

SPRING ANTICS. (Aesop's Sound Fable)
1932. 1 reel.

Credits: John Foster, Mannie Davis.

The Van Beuren Corp.; 14May32;
MP3324.

A SPRING CHICKEN. 1916. 3 reels.
Biograph Co.; 19Aprl6; LP81I6.

SPRING CLEANING. SEE The Fast Set.
SPRING DANCE. SEE Spring Madness.

THE SPRING FESTIVAL. (Scrappy) (A Color
Rhapsody) Columbia Pictures Corp. 1937.
1 reel, sd., color.

Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story,
Ben Harrison; animation, Manny Gould;
music, Joe de Nat.

Screen Gems, Inc.; 7Aug37; MP7668.

SPRING FEVER. 1916. 1 reel.

L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 13Jull6;
LP8701.

SPRING FEVER. Rolin Film Co. 1919.

Path6 Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co.,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 10Mayl9;
LU13690.

SPRING FEVER. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Jun23;
LP19102.

SPRING FEVER. 1923. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Archie Mayo.
William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
30Dec23; LP19788.

SPRING FEVER. 1927. 7 reels, b&w. From
the play by Vincent Lawrence.

Credits: Producer and director, Edward
Sedgwick; screenplay, Albert Lewin, Frank
Davis; titles, Ralph Spence; film editor,
Frank Sullivan.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Dist. Corp.;
14Sep27; LP2440I.

SPRING FEVER. SEE Love in the Rough.

SPRING HAS CAME. (Cameo Comedy) 1928.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Jules White.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
13Mar28; LP25059.

A SPRING IDYLL. (Paula Blackton's Country
Life Stories) 1917. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, J. Stuart Blackton.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 5Marl7;
LP10321.

SPRING IN THE PARK. (Oswald) Snappy.
1934. 1 reel.
Credits: Bill Nolan.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Nov34;
MP5103.

SPRING IS HERE. First National and Vita-
phone. 1930. 70 min., sd. Adapted from
the musical play by Owen Davis, Lorenz
Hart, and Richard Rodgers.
Credits: Producer, John Francis Dillon;



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SPRING IS HERE. Cont'd.
screen version, James A. Starr.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 28Apr30;
LP1261.

SPRING IS HERE. Trailer. 1930. 1 reel,
sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Feb30; MP1196.

SPRING IS HERE. (Paul Terry Toons) 1932.
6 min.

Credits: Frank Moser and Paul Terry.
Moser & Terry, Inc.; 24Jul32; LP3319.

SPRING IS HERE. Presented by E. W. Ham-
mons. 1936. 1,810 ft., sd.

Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story,
Arthur Jarrett, Marcy Klauber.

Educational Films Corp. of America;
30Oct36; LP6705.

SPRING IS HERE. SEE Yours Sincerely.

SPRING MADNESS. Presented by Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 7 reels, sd., b&w.
Based on the play "Spring Dance" by Philip
Barry, which was adapted from an original
play by Eleanor Golden and Eloise Barrangon.

Credits: Production and screenplay, Ed-
ward Chodorov; director, S. Sylvan Simon;
film editor, Conrad Nervig; music score,
William Axt.

Loew's, Inc.; 9Nov38; LP8423.

SPRING NIGHT. Presented by Frank Tuttle.
1935. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Tatiana Tuttle; music,
Joseph Achron; orchestration, Edward
Powell.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 7Nov35;
MP5951.

SPRING, 1964. 1924. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by William
H. Watson.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 21Mar24;
LP20026.

THE SPRING OF LIFE. 1913.

Biograph Co. (Florence Lee, author);
title, descr. & 132 prints, 7Marl3; LU445.

SPRING 3100. SEE Jealousy.

SPRING TONIC. 1935. 5,200 ft., sd. From
the play "Man-Eating Tiger" by Ben Hech{
and Rose Caylor.

Credits: Director, Clyde Bruckman; screen-
play, Patterson McNutt, H. W. Haneman;
adaptation, Howard I. Young; comedy se-
quences, Frank Griffin; musical director,
Arthur Lange.

Fox Film Corp.; 19Apr35; LP5508.

SPRING TRAINING OF THE RED SOX.
1915.

Joseph J. Lannin (Arthur Daniel Cooper,
author); title, descr. & 2 prints, 14Aprl5;
MU310.

SPRINGBOARD CHAMPIONS. (The Grantland
Rice Sportlight) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 29Aug34;
MP4953.

SPRINGTIME. 1920. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Jess
Bobbins.

The Vitagraph Co. of America; 20Jul20;
LP15373.

SPRINGTIME. 1923.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry,
author); title, descr. & 18 prints, 12May23;
MU2275.

SPRINGTIME. (Walt Disney Cartoon) 1930.
1 reel.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Feb30;
MP1242.

SPRINGTIME A LA CARTE. 1918. 2 reels.
From the story by O. Henry [pseud, of
William Sydney Porter].
Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb.



Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.-
9Augl8; LP12743.

SPRINGTIME FOR HENRY. 1934. 6,695 ft.,
sd. From the play by Ben W. Levy.

Credits: Director, Frank Tuttle; screen-
play, Keene Thompson, Frank Tuttle;
music director, Louis de Francesco.
Fox Film Corp.; 25May34; LP4711.

SPRINGTIME IN HOLLAND. 1935. 2 reels,
sd., color.

Credits: Director, Ralph Staub; story, Joe
Traub.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Jun35; LP5626.

SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES. 1937.
6 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer. Sol C. Siegel;
director, Joe Kane; original screenplay,
Gilbert Wright. Betty Burbridge; film editor,
Lester Orlebeck; music director, Alberto
Colombo.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Nov37-
LP7598.

THE SPRINGTIME OF THE SPIRIT. Rex.
1915. 3 reels.

Credits: John B. Clymer; producer, Ben
Wilson.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; ISOctlS;
LP6669.

SPRINGTIME SERENADE. Snappy. 1935.

1 reel, sd., color.

Credits: Story and lyrics, Walter Lantz,
Victor McLeod; animation, Manuel Moreno,
Lester Kline, Fred Kopietz.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 16May35;
MP5591.

SPRUCIN' UP. (Hal Roach Comedy) 1935.

2 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor,
Louis McManus.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 12Jun35;
LP5615.

SPUDS. 1923. 1 reel.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Jan23;
LP18630.

SPUDS. 1927.

Path6 Exchange, Inc. (Larry Semon,
author); title, descr. & 94 prints, 4Feb27;
LU23635.

SPURS. 1930. 6 reels, si., & sd.

Credits: Director, Reaves Eason; story and
dialogue. Reaves Eason.

Universal Pictures Corp.; HAugSO;
LP1482.

SPURS. SEE Freaks.

SPURS AND SADDLES. (Blue Streak Western)
1927. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Clifford S. Smith; story,
Paul M. Bryan; adaptation and scenario,
Harrison Jacobs.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Jun27;
LP24044.

THE SPURS OF SYBIL. Presented by William
A. Brady. 1918.

Credits: Director, Travers Vale; story,
Louise Winter.

World Film Corp. (Louise Winter,
author); title & descr., 18Febl8; 188 prints,
19Febl8; LU12071.

THE SPY. 1915.

Nordisk Films Kompagni; title, descr. &
115 prints, 23Janl5; LU4272.

THE SPY. 1917. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Richard Stanton.
William Fox (George Bronson Howard,
author); 26Augl7; LP11352.

THE SPY. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Monte Brice; story,
Tom Howard, A. Dorian Otvos.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
21Sep29; LP709.



THE SPY. 1931. 5,255 ft., sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Ralph Block;
director, Berthold Viertel; story, Ernest
Pascal; dialogue, Ernest Pascal, Robert
Presnell; editor, Eddie Robbins.
Fox Film Corp.; 28Jan31; LP2040.

THE SPY RING. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer. Trem Carr; director,
Joseph H. Lewis; story, Frank Vanwyck
Mason; screenplay, George Waggner.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Jan38
LP7695.

SPY 77. 1934. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Direction, adaptation, and scenario,
Arthur Woods; dialogue, Frank Vosper.

First Division Exchanges, Inc. (British
International Pictures, Ltd., author);
21May34; LP6272.

THE SPY'S DAUGHTER. SEE The Waters of
Death.

THE SPY'S FATE. 1914. 3 reels.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (William H. Lippert,
author); 13Novl4; LP3751.

THE SPY'S SISTER. 1915. 1,000ft.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Elizabeth R. Carpenter,
author); 27Aprl5; LP5148.

SQUABS AND SQUABBLES. 1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Noel Smith; story,
Anthony W. Caldeway.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 27Sepl9;
LP14245.

SQUADRON OF HONOR. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, C. C. Coleman, Jr.;
story, Martin Mooney; screenplay, Michael
L. Simmons; film editor, Al Clark.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 27Dec37; LP7713.

SQUADRONS. SEE Body and Soul.

THE SQUALL. Presented by Richard A. Row-
land. 1929. 11 reels. From the play by
Jean Bart [pseud, of Marie Antoinette Sar-
labousj.

Credits: Director, Alexander Korda;
screen version, Bradley King.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 10Jun29;
LP445.

THE SQUALL. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Apr29; MP96.

SQUANDERED LIVES. 1920. 6 reels.
Adapted from the story "Duke's Son" by
Cosmo Hamilton.

Credits: Director, Franklyn Dyall; sce-
nario, Guy Newall.

Stoll Film Corp.; 7Dec20; LP15914.

SQUARE CROOKS. 1928. 6 reels, b&w.
From the play by James P. Judge.

Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; scenario,
Becky Gardiner.
Fox Film Corp.; 22Feb28; LP25008.

A SQUARE DEAL. 1917. Formerly en-
titled "The Parasites."

Credits: Director, Harley Knoles; story,
Louis V. Jefferson.

World Film Corp. (Louis V. Jefferson,
author); title, descr. & 236 prints, 2Febl7;
LU10166.

SQUARE DEAL SANDERSON. 1919. 5 reels.
Based on the novel by Charles Alden
Seltzer.

Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer.

William S. Hart Productions, Inc.;
6Junl9; LP13818.

THE SQUARE DECEIVER. Yorke Film Corp.
1917. 5 reels. Based on the novel "Love Me
for Myself Alone" by Francis Perry Elliott.

Credits: Director, Fred J. Balshofer;
adaptation, Fred J. Balshofer, Richard V.
Spencer.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 26Novl7; LP11745.



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A SQUARE PEG. SEE Denial.

THE SQUARE SHOOTER. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Paul Cazeneuve; story
and scenario, Denison Clift.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
8Aug20; LP15427.

THE SQUARE SHOOTER. Mustang. 1927.
2 reels.

Credits: Director, William Wyler; story,
Kenneth B. Langley.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Jul27;
LP24229.

SQUARE SHOOTER. 1934. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, David Selman; story and
screenplay, Harold Shumate; film editor,
Al Clark.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4Dec34;
LP5147.

SQUARE SHOULDERS. 1929. 7 reels.

Credits: Producer, Paul Bern; director,
E. Mason Hopper; story, George Dromgold,
Houston Branch; adaptation, Peggy Prior;
film editor, Barbara Hunter.

Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 18Mar29; LP216.

SQUARED. (Paramount-Drew Comedy)
V. B. K. Film Corp. 1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Supervision, Mr. & Mrs. Sidney
Drew; story, Clarence Meily.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp. (V. B. K.
Film Corp., author); 2Junl9; LP13802.

A SQUARED ACCOUNT. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, William Wolbert.
The Vitagraph Co. of America (C. E.
Jenks, author); 28Febl6; LP7736.

SQUARING IT. Bison. 1917. 3 reels.

Credits: Produced, directed, and written by
George E. Marshall.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Augl7;
LP11238.

SQUARING THE TRIANGLE. 1931. 1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Feb31; MP2285.

A SQUASHVILLE ROMANCE. 1914. 1 reel.

The Colorado Photo-Play Co. (Milton
Hyman, author); title, descr. & 30 prints,
5Sepl4; LU3314.

THE SQUASHVILLE SCHOOL. 1914. 1 reel.
Biograph Co.; 19Octl4; LP3561.

THE SQUATTER. 1914. 3 reels.

Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 76
prints, 26Sepl4; LU3426.

THE SQUATTERS. 1914. 1 reel.

Credits: Producer, Fred W. Huntly.
Selig Polyscope Co. (John M. Kiskadden,
author); 26Junl4; LP2930.

THE SQUAW MAN. 1914.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc.
(Edwin Milton Royle, author); title, descr. &
20 prints, 18Febl4; LU2169.

THE SQUAW MAN. Artcraft. Presented by
Jesse L. Lasky. 1918. 6 reels. Based on
the play by Edwin Milton Royle.

Credits: Producer, Cecil B. De Mille; sce-
nario, Beulah Marie Dix.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 26Octl8;
LP13020.

THE SQUAW MAN. 1931. 12 reels, sd., b&w.
From the story by Edwin Milton Royle.

Credits: Producer and director, Cecil B.
DeMille; screenplay, Lucien Hubbard,
Lenore Coffee; dialogue, Elsie Janis; film
editor, Anne Bauchens; music, Herbert
Stothart.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 7Sep31; LP2451.

THE SQUAW MAN'S SON. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Edwin Milton Royle; director,
E. J. Le Saint; scenario, Charles Maigne.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.;
3Jull7; LP11050.



THE SQUEAKER. SEE Murder on Diamond
Row.

SQUEAKS AND SQUAWKS. 1920. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Noel Smith; story,
Anthony W. Coldewey.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Mar20;
LP14870.

SQUEAKS AND SQUAWKS. 1936. Filmstrip,
sd.

Chrysler Corp. (Harry P. Longstreet,
author); 17Apr36; MP6395

THE SQUEALER. 1930. 7 reels. From the
stage play by Mark Linder.

Credits: Director, Harry Joe Brown;
screenplay, Dorothy Howell, Casey Robinson.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Sep30;
LP1536.

SQUIBS. 1922.

Welsh, Pearson Co.. Ltd.; title, descr.
& 478 prints, 25Mar22; LU17673.

SQUIRREL FOOD. (Cameo Comedy) 1926.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Jules White.
Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
22Sep26; LP23138.

SQUIRREL FOOD. SEE

Friends and Enemies, Vacation Land, and

Squirrel Food.
Hay Fever, Snake River, and Squirrel

Food.
Open the Bars, Squirrel Food, and A Leaf

from Nature's Book.

Rocked to Sleep, Utopia, and Squirrel Food.
Shorty's Long Suit, Still Small Voice, and

Squirrel Food.

THE SQUIRRELS' FAMILY ALBUM. 1923.
Credits: Producer, Lillian Delger Powers;
titles, H. I. Phillips.

Lillian D. Powers; title & descr.,
12Mar23; 54 prints, 15Mar23; MU2256.

SQUIRRELVILLE MOVIE ACTORS AT HOME.
1923.

Credits: Producer, Lillian Delger Powers;
titles, H. I. Phillips.

Lillian D. Powers; title & descr.,
12Mar23; 60 prints, 15Mar23; MU2257.

STABLE MANNERS. (A Bray Naturgraph)
1932. 7 min.
Bray Pictures Corp.; 6Nov32; MP4007.

STABLE MATES. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Jules White; story,
Arthur Ripley, Jack Cluett; screenplay,
Johnnie Grey.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Mar34;
LP4581.

STABLEMATES. Presented by Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 9 reels, sd., sepia.

Credits: Producer, Harry Rapf; director,
Sam Wood; story, William Thiele, Reginald
Owen; screenplay, Leonard Praskins,
Richard Maibaum; film editor, W. Donn
Hayes; music score, Edward Ward.

Loew's, Inc.; 3Oct38; LP8330.

STADIUM. SEE Touchdown.

THE STAGE. 1913. 3 reels.

Feature Film Sales Co., Ltd. (Vitascope
Co., author); title & descr., 15Marl3,



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