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H. Thompson Rich; scenario, Richard Hall.

American Cinema Corp.; 14Oct20;
LP15703.

THE STOLEN NAME. 1916.

Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title,
descr. & 81 prints, 23Augl6; LU8978.

THE STOLEN NECKLACE. SEE The
$1,000,000 Pearl Mystery.

STOLEN ORDERS. 1918. Based on the
play "Sealed Orders" by Cecil Raleigh
and Henry Hamilton.

Credits: Directors, Harley Knoles, George
Kelson; screen adaptation, Charles Whit-
taker.

Sealed Orders Motion Picture Corp.
(Charles Whittaker, author); title, descr. &
325 prints, SJunlB; LU12562.

THE STOLEN PAPERS. 1912. From "The
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by Sir A.
Conan Doyle.

SociStfi Franfaise des Films & Cine-
matographes Eclair; title, descr. &
27 prints, 23Novl2; LU130.

THE STOLEN PARADISE. 1917.

Credits: Director, Harley Knoles; story,
Frances Marion.

World Film Corp. (Frances Marion,
author); title & descr., 5Junl7; 205 prints,
6Junl7; LU10897.

THE STOLEN PEARLS. SEE One Way Out.

THE STOLEN PLANS; a Story of the English
Army. 1913. 1 reel.

Credits: Gering Cholsey.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 22Novl3;
LP1647.

THE STOLEN PLAY. Falcon Features. 1917.
4 reels. From a story by D. F. Whitcomb.

Credits: Supervision, H. M. Harkheimer,
E. D. Harkheimer; director, Harry Harvey.

General Film Co., Inc. (H. O. Strachhan,
author); 31Augl7; LP11345.

STOLEN PLEASURES. 1927. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story and
continuity, Leah Baird.



Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Jan27-
LP23544.

THE STOLEN RANCH. (Blue Streak Western)
1926. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, William Wyler; story,
Robert F. Hill; continuity, George H. Plymp-
ton.

Universal Pictures Corp.- !Nov26-
LP23295.

THE STOLEN SECRET. Great Northern.
1914. 3 reels.

Nordisk Films Kompagni. A/S; title,
descr. & 65 prints, 30Novl4; LU3862.

STOLEN SECRETS. 1924. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Irving Cummings;
story, Richard Goodall.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 21Feb24;
LP19946.

THE STOLEN SIEGE GUN PLANS. 1915.

Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title,
descr. & 72 prints, 15Marl5; LU4704.

STOLEN SWEETIES. 1924. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Benjamin Stoloff.
William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
26Oct24; LP20725.

STOLEN SWEETS. 1934. 8 reels.

Credits: Director, Richard Thorpe; story
and continuity, Karl Brown.

Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corp.;
27Mar34; LP4580.

THE STOLEN TREATY. 1913.

Biograph Co. (Julia M. Purdy, author);
title, descr. & 89 prints, 13Sepl3; LU1246.

THE STOLEN TREATY. 1913. 3,165ft.

Nordisk Film Co.; title, descr. &
94 prints, 31Marl3; LU524.

THE STOLEN TREATY. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Paul Scardon; story,
Thomas Edgelow.

The Vitagraph Co. of America; 2Jull7;
LP11036.

THE STOLEN TRIUMPH. 1916. For Metro
program. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, David Thompson;
scenario, Julius Steger, Maxwell Karger.
Rolfe Photoplays, Inc.; 14Decl6; LP9724.

THE STOLEN VOICE. 1917.

Credits: Picturized by Frank H. Crane.
World Film Corp. (Paul McAllister,
author); title & descr., 10Janl7; 136 prints,
llJan!7; LU9952.

THE STOLEN YACHT. 1914. 2 reels.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Marc Edmund Jones,
author); 28Octl4; LP3624.

STOLL, FLYNN AND COMPANY IN THE
JAZZMANIA QUINTETTE. 1928. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 10Apr28; MP4878.

STOMACH TROUBLE. Winkler Pictures,
Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures
Corp., author); 7Mar27; LP23731.

THE STONE AGE. 1922.

Path6 Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 20Jul22;
LU18073.

THE STONE AGE. 1923. 5 reels.

Credits: Producer, Charles E. Ford.

Hoosier Cut Stone Co. (Charles E. Ford,
author)- title & descr. 10Feb23; 20 prints,
28Feb23; MU2247.



THE STONE AGE. (Oswald Comedy) Snappy.
1931. 1 reel.

Credits: Animated and directed by Walter
Lantz, William Nolan.

Universal Pictures Corp.; HJulSl;
MP2679.



THE STONE AGE ERROR. (Aesop's Fables)
1932. 595 ft.

Credits: John Foster, Mannie Davis.
The Van Beuren Corp.; 9Jul32 ; MP3520.

A STONE AGE ROMANCE. (Aesop's Sound
Fables) Presented by the Van Beuren
Corp. 1929. 1 reel.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; !Aug29 ; MP481.

THE STONE AGE ROOST ROBBER. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: L. M. Glackens.
Bray Studios, Inc.; 10Aprl6; MP580.

STONE AGE STUNTS. 1930. 1 reel.
Credits: John Foster.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 7Dec30; MP2114.

THE STONE HEART. 1915. 1 reel.
Credits: John H. Collins.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc 18Janl5-
LP4244.

STONE OF SILVER CREEK. Presented by
Carl Laemmle. Released through Universal
Film Exchanges. 1935. For Buck Jones
Productions. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Irving Starr; director,
Nick Grinde; original story, R. R. Harris;
screenplay. Earl Snell; editor, B. T. Loftus.

Universal Pictures Corp.- 2Apr35
LP5443.

STONEWALL JACKSON'S WAY. 1914.
Credits: Producer, Edgar Jones.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Emmett Campbell Hall,
author); title, descr. & 113 prints. 30Sepl4-
LU3449.

THE STONING. 1915. 3 reels. Adaptation
of the story by James Oppenheim.

Credits; Scenario and production by
Charles J. Brabin.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Marl5-
LP4842.

THE STOOL PIGEON. 1915. 1 reel.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Paul Powell, author)-
2Decl5; LP7120.

THE STOOL PIGEON. Victor. 1915. 2 reels.

Credits: Producer, Lon Chaney- scenario,
H. G. Stafford.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.- 9Aprl5-
LP4980.

STOOL PIGEON. 1928. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer, Jack Cohn; director,
Renaud Hoffman; story, Edward Meagher;
screenplay, Stuart Anthony; film editor,
Arthur Roberts.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Nov28
LP25871.

THE STOOL PIGEON. 1928. 5 reels.

Credits; Director, Leigh Jason; story and
continuity, Basil Dickey.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Jul28-
LP25488.

A STOOL PIGEON'S REVENGE. L-Ko. 1915.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, J. G. Blystone.
Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 5Mayl5;
LP5221.

STOOPNOCRACY. 1933. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.
Paramount Productions, Inc.- 17Aug33-
MP4214.

STOP AND GO. 1936. 1 reel. sd.

Chrysler Corp. (AudiVision, Inc.,
author); 17Jun36; MP6668.

STOP AND GO. SEE Eddie Nelson and
Company in Stop and Go.

STOP BARKING. (Stern Brothers Comedy)
1929. 2 reels. From the Buster Brown
cartoons by R. F. Outcault.
Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Feb29;
LP99.

STOP, CEASE, HESITATE.' (Star Comedy)
1919. 1 reel.

Credits: Story, Emnel Christie; scenario,
Al Santell.



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Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



STOP, CEASE, HESITATE! Cont'd.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Junl9;
LP13794.

STOP FLIRTING. Presented by Al. and
Charles Christie. Released by Producers
Distributing Corp. 1925. 6 reels. From
the play by Fred Jackson.

Credits: Director, Scott Sidney; screen
adaptation, Joseph W. Farnham.

Christie Film Co., Inc.; 23Apr25;
LP21393.

STOP KIDDING. 1921.

Path6 Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 30Aug21;
LU16911.

STOP KIDDING! (Paramount-Christie
Comedy) 1928. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, William Holland; story,
Frank R. Conklin.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
25Aug28; LP25568.

STOP-LOOK-AND GUESS. (News World of
Sport) 1936. 869 ft., sd.

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

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4Mar36;
MP6256.

STOP, LOOK, AND LISTEN. Presented by
John Adams. 1926. Adapted from the
musical comedy by Harry B. Smith.

Credits: Director, Larry Semon.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Tom Crizer and
Larry Semon, authors); title, descr. &
111 prints, !Feb26; LU22348.

STOP, LOOK, AND LOVE. 1939. 5,128ft., sd.
Based on the play "The Family Upstairs" by
Harry Delf.

Credits: Director, Otto Brower; screen-
play, Harold Tarshis, Sada Cowan; music
director, Samuel Kaylin.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
22Sep39; LP9200.

STOP, LOOK, AND WHISTLE. 1925. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Al Herman.
William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
22Mar25; LP21269.

STOP! LUKE! LISTEN! SEE Lonesome
Luke in Stop! Luke! Listen!

A STOP-OFF IN NEW MEXICO. 1915. Split
reel.
Biograph Company; 19Marl5; LP4768.

STOP SNOOKUMS. (The Newlyweds and
Their Baby Series) (Stern Brothers Comedy)
Junior Jewel. 1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Mar27;
LP23811.

STOP THAT CAR. 1937.

Chevrolet Motor Co.; title & descr.,
15Jan37; 924 prints, HFeb37; MU7152.

STOP THAT MAN. Universal Jewel. 1928.
6 reels. From the play by George V. Hobart.

Credits: Director, Nat Ross; adaptation,
Dick Smith; story supervision, Joseph
Franklin Poland; continuity, Harry O. Hoyt.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Jan28;
LP24944.

STOP THAT NOISE. 1930. 2 reels, sd.
Credits: Director, Gus Meims.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Aug30;
LP1461.

STOP THAT NOISE. (Betty Boop Cartoon)
1935. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; anima-
tion, Myron Waldman, Edward Nolan.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 14Mar35;
MP5455.

STOP THAT RUN. 1932. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; director,
Howard Bretherton; story, Nick Barrows,



Charles A. Callahan; film editor, Russell
Schoengarth.

RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; !Feb32;
LP2850.

STOP THAT SHIMMIE. (Star Comedy) 1920.
1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Eddie
Lyons, Lee Moran.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 4Mar20;
LP14823.

STOP THAT WEDDING. (Star Comedy) 1920.
1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Eddie
Lyons, Lee Moran.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; !Apr20;
LP14950.

STOP THIEF! 1915. 5 reels.
Credits: Carlyle Moore.
George Kleine; 4Febl5; LP4384.

STOP THIEF. 1920. 5 reels. Produced by
special arrangement with Cohan and Harris.

Credits: Carlyle Moore; director, Harry
Beaumont; scenario, Charles Kenyon.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 14Sep20;
LP15575.

STOP YOUR SKIDDING. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 27Mayl7;
LP10460.

THE STOPPED CLOCK. 1913.

Biograph Co. (F. E. Woods, author);
title, descr. & 98 prints. 3Novl3; LU1517.

STOPPING THE SHOW. 1932. 2 reel.
Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.
Paramount Publix Corp.; HAug32;
MP3449.

THE STORK BROUGHT IT. 1926. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Walter Lantz.
J. R. Bray; 7Mar26; LP22492.

THE STORK EXCHANGE. 1927. 1 reel.
From the "Krazy Kat Cartoons."

Credits: Producer, Charles B. Mintz.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
17Dec27; MP4554.

THE STORK MARKET. (Krazy Kat Cartoon)
Winkle r. 1931. 1 reel. sd. Adapted from
the cartoon character created by George
Herriman.

Credits: Ben Harrison, Manny Gould; mus-
ical score, Joe De Nat.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Jul31;
MP2697.

THE STORK TAKES A HOLIDAY. (Scrappy)
(A Color Rhapsody) Released by Columbia
Pictures Corp. 1937. 697 ft., sd., color.

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

Screen Gems, Inc.; 14Jun37; MP7522.

THE STORK'S MISTAKE. 1923.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 12May23;
MU2274.

THE STORM. Victor. 1915. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and produced by Jacques
Jaccard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Marl5;
LP4603.

THE STORM. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: Beatrice C. De Mille, Leighton
Osmun; producer, Frank Reicher.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.;
19Augl6; LP8972.

THE STORM. Universal Jewel. 1922.
8 reels. From the play by Langdon McCor-
mick.

Credits: Director, Reginald Barker; sce-
nario, J. G. Hawks.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; !Aug22;
LP18101.



THE STORM. 1930. 9 reels.

Credits: Director, William Wyler; story,
Langdon McCormick; screenplay. Wells
Root; adaptation, Charles Logue; dialogue,
Tom Reed.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Aug30;
LP1467.

THE STORM. 1938. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Ken Goldsmith; direc-
tor, Harold Young; original story, Daniel
Moore, Hugh King; screenplay, Theodore
Reeves, Daniel Moore, Hugh King; film
editor, Frank Gross.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22Oct38;
LP8372.

STORM AT DAYBREAK. 1933. 8 reels, sd.,
b&w. Based on the play "Black-Stemmed
Cherries" by Sandor Hunyady.

Credits: Associate producer, Lucien
Hubbard; director, Richard Boleslavsky;
screenplay, Bertram Millhauser; film editor,
Margaret Booth.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 6Jul33;
LP4002.

THE STORM BREAKER. Universal-Jewel.
1925. 7 reels. From the novel "Titans"
by Charles Guernon.

Credits: Director, Edward Sloman.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Sep25;
LP21850.

THE STORM DAUGHTER. Universal-Jewel.
1924. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, George Archainbaud;
story, Leete Renick Brown.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Feb24;
LP19953.

STORM IN A TEACUP. 1937. 9 reels, sd.
From the Anglo -Scottish version by James
Bridie [pseud, of Osborne Henry Mavor]
of the play "Sturm im Wasserglas" by Bruno
Frank.

Creditsr Producer, Victor Saville; direc-
tors, Victor Saville, Ian Dalrymple; screen
adaptation, Ian Dalrymple, Donald Bull;
editors, W. Hornbeck, Hugh Stewart, Cyril
Randell; music score, Frederic Lewis;
music director, Muir Mathieson.

London Film Productions, Ltd.; 10Aug37;
LP7531.

STORM KING. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Ernest Laemmle;
story, Tinny Wright; continuity. Carl
Krusada.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 26Feb25;
LP21185.

STORM OVER BENGAL. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Armand
Schaefer; director, Sidney Salkow; original
screenplay, Dudley Waters; film editor,
William Morgan; music director, Cy Feuer.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 14Nov38;
LP8439.

STORM OVER THE ANDES. Presented by
Carl Laemmle. 1935. 9 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Maurice
Pivar; director, Christy Cabanne; story,
Eliot Gibbons, La Clade Christy; screen-
play, Albert DeMond, Frank Wead, Eve
Greene; film editor, Maurice E. Wright.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 17Sep35;
LP5793.

STORMSWEPT. 1923. 5 reels.

Credits: Director. Robert Thornby; story,
H. H. Van Loan.
R-C Pictures Corp.; 18Feb23; LP18692.

THE STORM WOMAN. Gold Seal. 1917.
3 reels.

Credits: Director, Leo Pierson; written
and directed by Ruth Ann Baldwin; story,
E. Magnus Ingleton.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Sepl7;
LP11444.

THE STORMBIRD. Deutsche Bioscop,
G.m.b.H., Berlin. 1914.



817



Cumulative Copyright Catalog



THE STORMBIRD. Cont'd.

Jacques Greenzweig (L. Freund, author);
title & 112 prints. 5Junl4; descr.. 17Junl4;
LU2876.

STORMING THE TRENCHES. Powers.
1916. 1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Mayl6;
LP8312.

STORMY. Presented by Carl Laemmle.
1935. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Henry Mac-
Rae; director, Louis Friedlander; story.
Cherry Wilson; screenplay, George Plymp-
ton, Ben Grauman Kohn; film editor, Saul
Good kind.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Oct35;
LP5879.

A STORMY KNIGHT. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Elmer Clifton; story.
Jack Cunningham; scenario, Waldemar
Young.

Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 17Augl7;
LP11270.

STORMY SEAS. 1923.

Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Arthur W.
Donaldson, author); title, descr. & 93 prints,
6Jun23; LU19043.

STORMY SEAS. (Flip the Frog Cartoon)
1932. 1 reel.

Met ro-Goldwyn- Mayer Distributing Corp.;
19Apr32; MP3233.

STORMY WATERS. 1928. 6 reels. Suggested
by the Jack London story "The Yellow Hand-
kerchief."

Credits: Supervision, Roy Fitz Roy; direc-
tor, Edgar Lewis; adaptation and continuity,
Harry Dittmar; titles, Lesley Mason; editor,
Martin Cohen.

Tiffany-Stahl Productions, Inc.; 26May28;
LP25338.

THE STORY BOOK PARADE. 1930. 1 reel,
sd.

Credits: Directors, Louis McDermott,
Mort Blumenstock; story, Louis McDermott.
Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Oct30; LP1605.

STORY CONFERENCE. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story,
A. Dorian Otvas, Eddie Moran, Cyrus Wood.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Apr34; LP4621.

A STORY FROM LIFE. Special Rex. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, George Loane Tucker.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Novl6;
LP9627.

THE STORY OF A BEAR HUNT. 1919.
1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Jull9;
MP1376.

THE STORY OF A CHEAT (LE ROMAN
D'UN TRICHEUR). 1938. 8 reels.
Credits: Story and direction, Sacha Guitry.
Gallic Films, Inc. (Cineas S. A. R. L.,
author); 26Sep38; LP8420.

THE STORY OF A LEOPARD HUNT. 1919.
1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Jull9;
MP1379.

STORY OF A LION HUNT. 1919. 1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Jull9;
MP1382.

THE STORY OF A SOUL. SEE The Little
Flower of Jesus.

THE STORY OF A WOMAN'S SUCCESSFUL
COMBINATION OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL
SERVICE. 1925.

Marian M. Hadley; title & 2 prints,
13Dec24; descr.; 5Jan25; MU2825.

THE STORY OF ALEXANDER GRAHAM
BELL. 1939. 8,820 ft., sd.



Credits: Director, Irving Cummings;
original story, Ray Harris; screenplay,
Lamar Trotti; music director, Louis Silvers.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp -
14Apr39; LP8838.

THE STORY OF ALFRED NOBEL. (John
Nesbitt's Passing Parade) Presented by
Metro Goldwyn Mayer. 1939. 1 reel, sd.,
b&w.

Credits: Director, Joe Newman; screen-
play, Douglas Foster; music score, David
Snell.

Loew's, Inc.; 23Feb39; LP8702.

THE STORY OF COOK VS. CHEF AND
HICKS IN NIGHTMARELAND. (Animated
Grouch Chaser, no. 15) 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Raoul Barre.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Mayl6;
LP8366.

THE STORY OF CORAL GROWTH. 1920.
1 reel.

Society for Visual Education, Inc.
(W. W. Atwood, author); !Nov20; MP1866.

A STORY OF CRIME. 1914. 1 reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc. (Mark Swan,
author); 26Janl4; LP2047.

THE STORY OF CUPID. 1914.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Gilson Willets,
author); title, descr. & 51 prints, 21Marl4;
LU2362.

THE STORY OF DIANA. 1914.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Gilson Willets,
author); title, descr. & 48 prints, 26Marl4;
LU2390.

THE STORY OF DOCTOR CARVER. (A Pete
Smith Specialty) Presented by Metro-Gold-
wyn-Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Fred Zinnemann;
screenplay, Robert Lees, Fred Rinaldo.

Loew's, Inc.; 26May38; LP8090.

THE STORY OF DR. JENNER. (John Nesbitt's
Passing Parade) Presented by Metro Gold-
wyn Mayer. 1939. 1 reel, sd., sepia.

Credits: Director, Henry K. Dunn; screen-
play, Herman Boxer; research compilations.
Dr. Ryland R. Madison; film editor, Mildred
Rich; music score, David Snell.

Loew's, Inc.; 22Mar39; LP8812.

A STORY OF EARLY MARYLAND. 1934.
Sd., 16mm.

Credits: Music director, Morton Kuder.
Paul Braun; title, descr. & 11 prints,
27Aug34; LU4977.

THE STORY OF FERDINAND. SEE Ferdinand
the Bull.

THE STORY OF FROZEN EGGS. 1935.

4 reels.

Standard Brands, Inc. (Standard Brands,
Inc., employer for hire of Ralph B. Morris,
author); title, descr. & 2 prints, 26Jan35;
MU5340.

THE STORY OF GASOLINE. Camera, Inc.
1939. Sd.. b&w.
Credits: Narrator, Harlow Wilcox.
American Oil Co., Inc. (Carl G. Kustner,
author); title, descr. & 4 prints, Iljul39;
MU9510.

THE STORY OF GASOLINE. 1939. Sd.,
b&w, 35mm.

Credits: Narrator, Harlow Wilcox.

Standard Oil Co., and Indiana Corp.
(Carl G. Kustner, author); title, descr. &

5 prints, 12Jun39; MU9438.

THE STORY OF JEES UCK. SEE The
Mohican's Daughter.

THE STORY OF LAVINIA. 1913.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Marjorie Benton
Cooke, author); title, descr. & 33 prints,
IMarlS; LU422.



A STORY OF LITTLE ITALY. 1914.

American Film Mfg. Co. (Marc E. Jones,
author); title, descr. & 28 prints, 21Marl4-
LU2357.

THE STORY OF LOUIS PASTEUR. Cosmopol-
itan. Released by First National Productions
Corp. 1936. 10 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, William Dieterle;
dialogue director. Gene Lewis; story and
screenplay, Sheridan Libney, Pierre Col-
lings; editor, Ralph Dawson.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 31Jan36;
LP6101.

THE STORY OF LUBRICATING OIL. Camera,
Inc. 1939. Sd., b&w.

Credits: Narrator, Harlow Wilcox.

American Oil Co., Inc. (Carl G. Kustner.
author); title, descr. & 4 prints. Iljul39;
MU9511.

THE STORY OF LUBRICATING OIL. 1939.

Standard Oil Co., an Indiana Corp.
(Carl G. Kustner, author); title, descr. &
4 prints, 12Jun39; MU9439.

THE STORY OF LUCKY STRIKE. 1939.
Sd., b&w, amber sequences, 35mm.

Credits: Narrator, Edwin C. Hill.

American Tobacco Co. (Jam Handy
Picture Service, author); title & descr.,
31Mar39; 77 prints, !Apr39; MU9276.

THE STORY OF MACISTE. THE WARRIOR.
Itala Film, Italy. 1917.

Harry Raver, Inc. (Carlo Sciamenga,
author); title, descr. & 508 prints, 4Junl7;
LU10885.

THE STORY OF MOTHER WISE. 1925.
1 reel.

Massachusetts Society for Mental Hy-
giene, Inc. (Frances Klein, author);
29Dec25; MP3342.

THE STORY OF NORTON I, EMPEROR OF
THE UNITED STATES. (Strange as It
Seems) Screen Classics, Inc. 1936. 1 reel,
sd.

Credits: John Hix; producer, Richard C.
Kahn; supervision, Leonard Poole; editor,
Robert Newman.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 28Dec ; 6; MP7031.

THE STORY OF OIL. 1921.

Willard Barrows; title, descr. &
100 prints, 28Feb21; LU16396.

THE STORY OF PETROLEUM. 1920.
4 reels.
** A. E. Watts; 7Oct20; MP1727.

THE STORY OF PLYMOUTH ROCK. 1917.
1 reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 7Mayl7;
LP10724.

THE STORY OF PLYMOUTH ROCK. 1917.
1 reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 7Augl7;
LP11232.

THE STORY OF STAR BRUSHES. 1935.
Star Brush Mfg. Co., Inc. (Barron K.
Throckmorton, author); title, descr. &
3 prints, IFebSS; MU5348.

THE STORY OF TEMPLE DRAKE. 1933.
8 reels, sd. From a novel by William
Faulkner.

Credits: Director, Stephen Roberts;
screenplay, Oliver H. P. Garrett.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; HMay33;
LP3872.

THE STORY OF THE BELL; an Episode of
the Revolution. 1913. 1 reel.

Credits: P. Herbert.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; HJunlS-
LP850.

THE STORY OF THE BLOOD RED ROSE.
1914. 3,000ft.

Credits: Producer, Colin Campbell.
Selig Polyscope Co. (James Oliver Cur-
wood, author); 24Octl4; LP3602.



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THE STORY OF THE GASOLINE MOTOR.
1923.

Continental Motors Corp.; title, descr.
& 4 prints, 23Aug23; MU2314.

THE STORY OF THE GLOVE. 1915. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.
The Vitagraph Co. of America (Paul
West, author); 19Aprl5; LP5154.

THE STORY OF THE HEART. 1927.

Credits: Director, Sol Rothschild; story,
Simon Frucht.

Sol Rothschild & Simon Frucht; title
& descr., 28Apr27; 14 prints, 2May27;
MU4006.

THE STORY OF THE INIMITABLE SARAH
SIDDONS. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: Scenario and dialogue, George A.
Cooper.
John Nathaniel Ruffin; 19Dec38; LP8820.

THE STORY OF THE JAGUAR. 1920. 1 reel.
Credits: Written and directed by Jack Allen.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Feb20;
LP14766.

THE STORY OF THE LITTLE MINISTER.
1912. From the novel, "The Little Minister"
by J. M. Barrie. 3 reels.

Vitagraph Co. of America (James
Young, author); 5Decl2; LP168.

THE STORY OF THE OLIVE. 1914.

American Film Mfg. Co. (Caroline
Cooke, author); title & 60 prints, 18Mayl4-
descr., 16Mayl4; LU2728.

THE STORY OF THE ROOSEVELT FAMILY
IN AMERICA. SEE Man's Best Friend.

THE STORY OF THE SLEEVE VALVE
ENGINE, no. 1-3. 1929. 1 reel each.
Willys -Overland, Inc. (Raymond J.
Faller, author); no. 1, 26Jul29; MP546;
no. 2, 15Aug29; MP700; no. 3, 19Aug29;
MP601.

THE STORY OF THE STAR SPANGLED
BANNER. 1927.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Marie Barrell,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 12May27;
MU4021.

THE STORY OF THE UNITED STATES
COAST GUARD. 1935. Produced in co-
operation with the U. S. Coast Guard.
8 reels.
Bray Pictures Corp.; 15Jun35; MP8493.

THE STORY OF THE UNITED STATES
COAST GUARD. Released by the U. S.
Coast Guard. 1939. 5 reels, sd.
Credits: Narrator, Alois Havrilla.
Bray Studios, Inc.; 22Mar39; MP9259.

STORY OF THE WILLOW PATTERN. 1914.
1 reel. Based on a legend of "Old China."

Credits: Adaptation, Hettie Gray Baker.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc 26Janl4-
LP2045.

THE STORY OF THE WOLF. 1920. 1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.- 25Mar20-
LP14928.

THE STORY OF TIDE WATER OIL. 1924.

Tide Water Oil Co. (Walter P. Burn,
author); title, descr. & 5 prints, 6Sep24;
MU2709.

THE STORY OF VENUS. 1914.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Gilson Willets,
author); title, descr. & 59 prints, 13Marl4;
LU2310.

THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE
CASTLE. 1939. 93 min., sd. Based on the
stories "My Husband" and "My Memories of



Vernon Castle" by Irene Castle.

Credits: Producer, George Haight;
director, H. C. Potter; screenplay, Richard
Sherman; adaptation, Oscar Hammerstein,
Dorothy Yost; editor, William Hamilton;
music director, Victor Baravalle.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 30Mar39;
LP8775.

STORY OF WARNER'S FASHIONABLE RUST-
PROOF CORSETS GUARANTEED NOT TO
RUST, BREAK, OR TEAR. 1917.

The Warner Brothers Co. (Robert A.
Gibuey, author); title, descr. & 11 prints,
15Febl7; LU10250.

THE STORY THAT COULDN'T BE PRINTED.
(John Nesbitt's Passing Parade) Presented



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