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Ward.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 9Sep37;
LP7426.

WOMEN MUST DRESS. 1935. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Mrs. Wallace Reid;
director, Reginald Barker; story and
screenplay, Dorothy Reid, Edmund Joseph;
editor. Jack O'Gilvie.

Monogram Pictures Corp.; 28Feb35;
LP5361.

WOMEN OF ALL NATIONS. 1931. 6,441ft.,
sd.

Credits: Director, Raoul Walsh; dialogue,
Barry Conners; editor. Jack Dennis.
Fox Film Corp.; 15May31; LP2246.

WOMEN OF GLAMOUR. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Gordon Wiles; story,
Milton Herbert Cropper; screenplay, Lynn
Starling, Mary C. McCall, Jr.; film editor.
Otto Meyer; music director, Morris Stoloff.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 2Feb37; LP6890.

WOMEN THEY TALK ABOUT. 1928.
6 reels.

Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; story,
Anthony Coldeway; adaptation, Robert Lord.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Jul28;
LP25502.

WOMEN THEY TALK ABOUT. SEE Claude
Gillingwater, Vitaphone Trailer Announce-
ment, Women They Talk About.

WOMEN WHO DARE. Presented by Samuel
Zierler. 1928. 6,600ft.

Credits: Director, Burton King; story,
Langdon McCormick; adaptation, Adrian
Johnson; editorial supervision, Harry
Chandlee.

Excellent Pictures Corp.; 10Apr28;
LP25146.

WOMEN WHO GIVE. 1924. 8 reels. Based
on "Cape Cod Folks" by Sarah P. McLean
Greene.



Credits: Director, Reginald Barker;
adaptation, Bernard McConville and J. G.
Hawks; scenario, A. P. Younger.

Louis B. Mayer Productions, Inc.;
7Mar24; LP20032.

WOMEN WHO WAIT. 1921.

Playgoers Pictures, Inc. (Edward
Russell, author); title, descr. & 120 prints,
7Jun21; LU16651.

WOMEN WORKERS OF CEYLON. 1927.

1 reel.

Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 28Nov27;
MP4482.

WOMEN'S RIGHTS. 1924. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, William W. Watson.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Jul24;
LP20390.

WOMEN'S WARES. 1927. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Arthur Gregor; story,
E. Morton Hough; continuity, Frances
Hyland; film editor, Desmond O'Brien.

Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 14Oct27;
LP24513.

WON BY A MUSTACHE. 1915.

Credits: Producer. Bruce Mitchell;
scenario, Anthony W. Coldewey.

Mica Film Corp. (Anthony W. Coldewey.
author); title, descr. & 18 prints, 4Janl5;
LU4096.

WON BY A NECK. (Lloyd Hamilton Talking
Comedies) 1930. 21 min., sd.

Credits: Director, William Goodrich;
story, Tom Whiteley; continuity and dia-
logue, Harry McCoy, Walter DeLeon.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
5Oct30; LP2056. (See also Won by a Neck;
IMarSl; LP2022)

WON BY A NECK. (Lloyd Hamilton Talking
Comedies) 1931. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, William Goodrich;
story, Tom Whiteley; continuity and dia-
logue, Harry McCoy, Walter DeLeon.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
IMarSl; LP2022. (See also Won by a Neck;
5Oct30; LP2056)

WON BY A NOSE. (Rainbow Comedy) 1920.

2 reels.

Credits: Director, F. Windemere.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Jul20;
LP15377.

WON BY GRIT. Gold Seal. 1917. 3 reels.
Credits: Willis Woods; director, George
Marshall.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Janl7;
LP10042.

WON BY LAW. Century. 1925. 2 reels.
Credits: Written and directed by E. I.
Luddy.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Mar25;
LP21252.

WON BY VALOR. Imp. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Catherine Carr; producer,
Robert F. Hill.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Jull6;
LP8728.

WON IN THE CLOUDS. (Thrill Picture)
1927. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story,
Otis Turner; adaptation and continuity. Carl
Krusada.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Oct27;
LP24585.

WON: ONE FLIVVER. (Star Comedy) 1921.
1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Chuck
Reisner.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Jan21;
LP16070.

WON THROUGH MERIT; a Story of the United
States Civil Service. 1915. Produced in
cooperation with the United States Civil



Service Commission. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Eugene Nowland.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Marl5;
LP4839.

WON WITH A MAKE-UP. Imp. 1916.
1 reel. Adapted from the story by Elliott
H. Robinson.

Credits: Producer, Henry Otto.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Aprl6;
LP8159.

WONDER BAR. Presented by First National
Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone Corp.
1934. 10 reels, sd. Based on the play by
Geza Herczeg, Karl Farkas, and Robert
Katscher.

Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; adapta-
tion and screenplay. Earl Baldwin.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 23Feb34;
LP4505.

THE WONDER CLOTH. 1915. 1,000ft.
Credits: Producer, Wilbert Melville.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Benjamin Lev, author);
20Octl5; LP6721.

THE WONDER GIRL. (A Grantland Rice
Sports-Eye View) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 2Mar33;
MP3857.

THE WONDER MAN. 1921. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, John G. Adolfi; story,
Daniel Carson Goodman; screen version,
Joseph W. Farnham.

Robertson-Cole Co.; llMay21; LP16489.

WONDER OF WOMEN. 1929. 10 reels.
From the novel "The Wife of Stephen Trom-
bolt" by Hermann Sudermann.

Credits: Produced and directed by
Clarence Brown; continuity, Bess Meredyth;
film editor, William LeVanWay.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 5Sep29; LP658.

A WONDER SPA IN THE ALPS. (Paramount-
Burlingham Adventure Pictures) 1919.
1 reel.

Credits: Producer, Frederick Burlingham.
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; !Novl9;
MP1466.

WONDER SPORTS OF THE WORLD. 1933.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Editor, Bert Frank.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Jun33; MP4097.

WONDER SPOTS OF AMERICA. 1936.
1 reel, sd., color.

Credits: Producer, Carl Stearns Clancy;
narration, Eloise Lownsberry; described
by Arthur Hale.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of Calif.,
Ltd.; 15Oct36; MP6875.

THE WONDER TRAIL. 1931.

Ralph Clifton Wildes; title, descr. &
7 prints, 19Jan31; MU2240.

THE WONDERFUL ADVENTURE. 1915.
For Fox Film Corporation. 6 reels.
Adapted from the book by Wilbur Lawson.
Credits: Producer, Frederick Thomson;
adaptation. Rex Ingram.

William Fox (Rex Ingram, author);
26Sepl5; LP6540.

THE WONDERFUL CHANCE. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: H. H. VanLoan; director,
George Archainbaud; scenario, Mary
Murillo, Melville Hammett.

Selznick Pictures Corp.; 5Oct20;
LP15762.

THE WONDERFUL DEVELOPMENT IN
FOUR YEARS OF A PRAIRIE INTO ONE OF
THE WORLD'S GREATEST LEAD AND
ZINC MINING DISTRICTS. SEE Sunny
Jim in a Barrel of Gold.

THE WONDERFUL EVENT. (Do Children
Count?) 1917. 29 min.
Credits: Director, L. C. Windom; story.



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THE WONDERFUL EVENT. Cont'd.
Charles Mortimer Peck.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 24Mayl7;
LP10854.

THE WONDERFUL LAMP. SEE Aladdin.

THE WONDERFUL RAYS. 1913.

Societe Fran9aise des Films et Cinema-
tographes Eclair; title, descr. & 41 prints,
USeplS; LU1234.

THE WONDERFUL THING. First National.
1921. 7 reels. From the play by Lillian
Trimble Bradley and Forrest Halsey.

Credits: Director, Herbert Brenon; adapta-
tion, Herbert Brenon, Clara Beranger.

** Joseph M. Schenck; 20Oct21;
LP17112.

A WONDERFUL WIFE. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Paul Scardon; story,
Dolf Wyllarde; scenario, Arthur F. Statter.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Apr22;
LP17759.

THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ. SEE
The Wizard of Oz.

WONDERLAND. (Oswald Cartoon) Snappy.
1931. 1 reel.

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

Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Oct31;
MP2867.

THE WONDERS OF ANTHRACITE. Pre-
sented by the Lehigh Coal and Navigation
Co. 1928. 5 reels.
DeFrenes & Co.; 10Dec28; MP1749.

WONDERS OF MAGNETISM. 1915. Split
reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 6Janl5;
MP257.

WONDERS OF THE ORIENT, AS SEEN BY
DR. DORSEY. Powers. 1916. 1/2 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Decl6;
MP811.

WONDERS OF THE SEA. 1922. 5 reels.

Williamson's Undersea Wonders, Inc.
(John Ernest Williamson, author); 15Oct22;
LP18799.

WONDERS OF THE SEA. 1923. 5,500ft.

Credits: Story and production, J. Ernest
Williamson.
R-C Pictures Corp.; 29Apr23; LP18915.

WONDERS OF THE WORLD. (Walter Putter's
Travelaughs) Presented by Columbia
Pictures Corp. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Producer, Walter A. Futter;
written and spoken by John P. Medbury;
film editor, Moe G. Miller.

WAFilms; Inc.; 7Dec32; MP3714.

THE WONDROUS MELODY. An Eclair- Uni-
versal release. 1914.

Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. &
70 prints, 21Novl4; LU3805.

WON'T YOU WORRY. Star Comedy. 1923.
1 reel.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Jun23;
LP19163.

WOOD CHOPPERS. (Aesop Fable) 1929.
1 reel.

Credits: Paul Terry.
Pathe Exchange. Inc.; 9May29; MP182.

THE WOOD FIRE AT MARTIN'S. 1913.

Credits: Producer, E. A. Martin.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Marc E. Jones,
author); title, descr. & 22 prints. 29Mayl3;
LU795.

THE WOOD-NYMPH. 1915. 2 reels.
Credits: Eleanor Talbot Kinkead.
Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 1 Marl 5;
LP4587.



THE WOOD NYMPH. 1916. 5 reels.
Adapted from Granville Warwick's novel
"Prunella o 1 the Pines."

Credits: Scenario, Monte Katterjohn.

Triangle Film Corp. (Monte Katter-
john, author); 17Janl6; LP8008.

THE WOOD OF FAIR WATER. (Rothapfel
Unit Programme, reel 1) 1919. 1 reel.
Rothapfel Pictures Corp.; 17Mayl9;
MP1337.

WOOD SIMPS. Century. 1921. 2 reels.

Credits: Story and direction, William
Watson.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Jun21;
LP16688.

WOODCRAFT FOR BOYS. 1917. 1 reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Augl7;
MP1018.

WOODEN MONEY. (Fable, no. 401) 1929.
1 reel.

Credits: Paul Terry, John Foster.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Jan29; MP5710.

WOODEN SHOES. (Krazy Kat) Presented by
Columbia Pictures Corp. 1933. 1 reel, sd.
Adapted from George Herriman's cartoon
characters.

Credits: Ben Harrison, Manny Gould;
producer, Charles Mintz; animation, Al
Eugster, Preston Blair; music score, Joe
De Nat.

Screen Gems, Inc.; 27Feb33; MP3864.

THE WOODEN SOLDIER. (A Laemmle
Novelty) Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Jacques Rollens.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Oct28;
LP25742.

WOODLAND. (Paul Terry Toons) Educa-
tional Film Exchanges, Inc. 1932. 6 min.
Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.
Moser & Terry, Inc.; !May32; LP3022.

WOODLAND CAFE. (Walt Disney Silly
Symphony) 1937. 1 reel, sd.

Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 3Mar37;
MP7296.

WOODLAND PALS. (A Bray Naturgraph)
1933. 7 min.
Bray Pictures Corp.; 29Jan33; MP3936.

A WOODLAND PARADISE. 1913. 1 reel.
Credits: Mary Fuller.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; UOctlS;
LP1384.

THE WOODROW WILSON FILM MEMORIAL;
Six Reels of the Real Wilson. 1924.
6 reels.

Credits: Compiler, H. F. Drugan.
H. F. Drugan; 9Jun24; MP4007.

THE WOODS ARE FULL OF CUCKOOS.
(Merrie Melodies) 1937. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger;
supervision, Frank Tashlin; story, Melvin
Millar; animation, Robert Bentley; music
score. Carl W. Stalling.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec37;
MP8397.

THE WOODS ARE FULL OF 'EM. Victor.
1917. 1 reel.

Credits: Harry Wulze; director, P. C.
Hartigan.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Aprl7;
LP10553.

THE WOODSMAN'S DAUGHTER. 1913.

Credits: Producer, Fred W. Huntley.

Selig Polyscope Co. (W. W. Campbell,
author); title, descr. & 25 prints, 7Aprl3;
LU571.

THE WOODWIND CHOIR. 1930. 1 reel.
Electrical Research Products, Inc.;
4Aug30; MP2545.



THE WOODWIND CHOIR. 1938. 1 reel, sd.
Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (Peter W.
Dykema, author); 21Mar38; MP8994.

THE WOOING OF AUNT JEMIMA. Nestor.
1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Producer. Horace Davey; story,
Clifford Howard; scenario, Al. E. Christie.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Mayl6;
LP8276.

THE WOOING OF COFFEE-CAKE KATE.
1918. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Allen Curtis.

National Film Corp. (Tom Gibson,
author); title, descr. & 7 prints, 25Marl8;
MU1177.

THE WOOING OF PRINCESS PAT. 1918.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, William P. S. Earle;
story, William Addison Lathrop.

The Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Febl8;
LP12053.

THE WOOING OF RILEY. 1918. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, R. S. Bradbury; story,
Alfred Henry Lewis.

Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.;
2Sepl8; LP12798.

WOOL, THE YEAR ROUND FABRIC. Pre-
sented by Botany Worsted Mills. 1 929.
Filmstrip, 71 frames.

Rowland Rogers Picture Service, Inc.
(Rowland Rogers, author); 27Aug29;
MP1528.

WOOLEN GOODS. 1930. 938ft.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George
W. Hoke, author); 24Feb30; MP1299.

A WORD OF COMFORT. 1926.

The Putnam- Hooker Co. (Frederick J.
Hooker, author); title & 2 prints, 14Jun26;
descr., 16Jul26; MU3489.

A WORD TO THE WISE. Presented by Wil-
lard. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

Alexander Film Co. (Elmer Olson,
author); 18May38; MP8480.

THE WORDLESS MESSAGE. 1913.

Credits: Producer, Colin Campbell.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Hettie Gray
Baker, author); title, descr. & 31 prints,
29Mayl3; LU791.

WORDS AND MUSIC. 1929. 5,745ft.

Credits: Director, James Tinling; story,
Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, Jack McEdward;
dialogue, Andrew Bennison; staged, Frank
Merlin; editor, Ralph Dixon.

Fox Film Corp.; 15Aug29; LP600.

WORDS AND MUSIC BY. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Scott Dunlap; story,
William Charles Lengel; scenario, Charles
Kenyon.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
18Mayl9; LP13726.

WORDS OF LOVE. SEE Julia Sanderson and
Frank Crumit in Words of Love.



THE WORK; a Puzzleplay in 2 acts and Its
Solution, The Statue" in 2 acts. Continen-
tal Kunstfilm Gesellschaft, Berlin. 1914.

Louis Gero (Ernst Reicher, author);
title, descr. & 34 prints, 2Febl4; LU2073.

WORK. 1915. 2 reels.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 2Junl5;
LP5475.

THE WORK HABIT. 1913.

Biograph Co. (O. A. Nelson, author);
title, descr. & 49 prints, 13Augl3; LU1096.

THE WORK OF RIVERS; Stream Graduation.
Produced by Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc.
in cooperation with the University of
Chicago and the National Park Service.
1935. 1 reel. Sd.



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Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



THE WORK OF RIVERS. Cont'd.
Credits: Carey Croneis.
The University of Chicago; 30Oct35;
MP6182.

THE WORK OF THE ARMY VETERINARY
CORPS AT THE FRONT; and How It Is
Helped by the R.S.P.C.A. (War Films,
series 5) 1916. 625 ft.

Reginald H. Brade; title, descr. & 42
prints, 3Junl6; MU628.

THE WORK OF THE ATMOSPHERE; Atmos-
pheric Gradation. Produced by Erpi Picture
Consultants, Inc., in cooperation with the
University of Chicago and the National Park
Service. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Carey Croneis.

The University of Chicago; 30Oct35;
MP6184.

WORK OR FIGHT. 1918. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Craig Hutchinson.
L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.;
17Decl8; LP13163.

WORK YOUR WORK SHEET. 1927. 1 reel.

Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J.
Faller, author); 28Dec27; MP4623.

WORKERS OF THE WORLD. (World Adven-
tures, no. 9) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: E. M. Newman; editor, Bert
Frank.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Jun33;
MP4091.

THE WORKERS WAY. 1915.

Apex Film Co. (Swedish Bio. Co.,
author); title, descr. & 65 prints, 8Janl5;
LU4149.

WORKING GIRLS. 1931. 8 reels, sd. From
the play "Blind Mice" by Vera Caspary and
Winifred Lenihan.

Credits: Director, Dorothy Arzner;
screenplay, Zo6 Akins.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 14Dec31;
LP2696.

THE WORKING MAN. Presented by Warner
Brothers Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
Corp. 1933. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, John G. Adolfi; story,
Edgar Franklin [pseud, of Edgar Franklin
Stearns]; screenplay, Charles Kenyon,
Maude T. Howell.

Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.;
24Apr33; LP3825.

THE WORKING OF A MIRACLE. 1915.
3,000 ft.

Credits: Director, Ashley Miller.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 5Junl5;
LP5491.

WORKSHOPS OF OLD MEXICO. (World on
Parade, no. 12) 1937. 1 reel.

Credits: Text, Harold McCracken; nar-
rator, Alois Havrilla.

The Van Beuren Corp.; 17Jun37;
MP7525.

THE WORLD A MILLION YEARS AGO.
(A Century of Progress) 1933. 1 reel.

Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T. Cow-
ling, author); 15Jul33; MP4244.

THE WORLD ACCUSES. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Charles Lamont;
story, Charles Belden.

Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corp.;
22Nov34; LP5111.

THE WORLD AFLAME. Produced at Robt.
Brunton Studios, Inc. 1919.

Credits: Director, Ernest C. Warde;
story, Frank Keenan; scenario, Frank
Keenan, Jack Cunningham.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Frank Keenan,
author); title, descr. & 100 prints, 4Augl9;
LU14023.

THE WORLD AGAINST HIM. Paragon Films,
Inc. 1916.
Credits: Director, Frank Hall Crane;



story, A. B. Himes.

World Film Corp. (A. B. Himes,
author); title, descr. & 200 prints, 9Decl6;
LU9684.

THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE. Cosmopolitan.
Paramount Artcraft. 1920. 6 reels. From
Charles F. Nirdlinger's adaptation of the
play "El Gran Galeoto" by Jose Echegaray.

Credits: Director, Robert G. Vignola;
scenario, Frances Marion.

International Film Service Co., Inc.;
12Jul20; LP15353.

THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE. SEE Lovers?

THE WORLD AND ITS WOMAN. 1919.

7 reels.

Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd; story,
Thompson Buchanan.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 13Augl9;
LP14079.

THE WORLD AND THE FLESH. 1932.

8 reels, sd. From a play by Philipp Zeska
and Ernst Spitz.

Credits: Director, John Cromwell;
screenplay, Oliver H. P. Garrett.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 25Apr32;
LP2997.

THE WORLD AND THE WOMAN. 1914.

Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 36 prints,
15Jull4; LU3045.

THE WORLD APART. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, William S. Taylor;
story, George Middleton; scenario, Julia
Crawford Ivers.

Oliver Morosco Photoplay Co.; 18Mayl7;
LP10784.

THE WORLD AT HER FEET. Paramount.
1927. 6 reels. From the play "Lawyer Bol-
bec and Her Husband" by Georges Berr and
Maurice Verneuil.

Credits: Director, Luther Reed; scenario,
Louise Long; adaptation, Doris Anderson.

Paramount Famous-Lasky Corp.;
14May27; LP23987.

THE WORLD CHANGES. 1933. 9 reels, sd.
Based on the story "America Kneels" by
Sheridan Gibney.

Credits: Director, Mervyn LeRoy; screen-
play, Edward Chodorov.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 21Nov33;
LP4262.

THE WORLD DANCES. (A FitzPatrick
M. G. M. Traveltalk) 1932. 1 reel.

Credits: Compiler, James A. FitzPatrick;
photographer, B. S. Dawley.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 23Jun32; MP3383.

THE WORLD FLIER. (Mack Sennett Brevi-
ties) 1931. 9 min., sd., color.
Credits: Director, Del Lord.
Mack Sennett, Inc.; 13Sep31; LP2728.

THE WORLD MOVES ON. 1934. 9,200ft.,
sd.

Credits: Director, John Ford; story,
screenplay and dialogue, Reginald Berke-
ley; music director, Arthur Lange.

Fox Film Corp.; 31Aug34; LP4933.

A WORLD OF FOLLY. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Frank Beal; story,
Jane Grogan; scenario, Louis Stevens,
Jane Grogan.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
13Jun20; LP15245.

A WORLD OF ROCK-RIBBED DARKNESS.
1922. 3 reels.

Theodore C. Northcott (Thomas H.
DeBaryshe, author); 8May22; MP2143.

THE WORLD OF TODAY. 1915.

George Greenbaum (Jules Greenbaum,
author); title, descr. & 202 prints, BFeblS;
LU4436.



THE WORLD SERIES GAMES, BOSTON VS.
BROOKLYN. 1916. 4 reels.
Selig Polyscope Co.; 16Octl6; MP742.

THE WORLD STRUGGLE FOR OIL. Pro-
duced by the Sinclair Consolidated Oil
Corp., in cooperation with the U. S. Bureau
of Mines. 1923. 7 reels.
A. E. Watts; 23Aug23; MP2313.

THE WORLD TO LIVE IN. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Charles Maigne; story,
W. Carey Wonderly; scenario, Margaret
Turnbull.

Select Pictures Corp.; 24Febl9;
LP13434.

WORLD TOUR AND GOLD MEDAL MEMORY
AND GUESSING CONTEST. 1926.

L. A. Ganahl; title & 34 prints, 2Jun26;
descr., 21Jun26; MU3540.

WORLD TRAVELS. 1918. Lincoln &
Parker Co., Inc.

1. The Panama Canal. Through the Canal
Zone and Along the Big Ditch. title,
descr. & 4 prints, IMarlS; MU1156.

2. The Panama Canal. Through the
Panama Canal to the Pacific Ocean.
title, descr. & 4 prints, IMarlS;
MU1157.

3. Cali and the Cauca River Valley in
Colombia. title, descr. & 4 prints,
IMarlS; MU1158.

4. Over the Northern Andes in Colombia.
title, descr. & 4 prints, IMarlS;
MU1153.

5. Peru, the Land of the Incas. title,
descr. & 4 prints, IMarlS; MU1154.

6. From Lima to the Top of the Andes in
Peru. title, descr. & 4 prints, IMarlS;
MU1155.

THE WORLD WAR IN KIDLAND. 1916.
Juvenile Film Corp. (James A. Fitz-
Patrick, author); title, descr. & 16 prints,
21 Marl 6; LU7938.

WORLDWIDE NEWS FROM THE FOUR COR-
NERS OF THE EARTH; LEADER INTRO-
DUCTION TO MOTION PICTURE NEWS
REEL. 1933.

Thomas H. Marten (Thomas Henry
Marten, author); title, descr. & 2 prints,
8Sep33; MU4265.

A WORLD WITHIN. (Easy Aces, no. 3) 1935.
1 reel.
The Van Beuren Corp.; INovSS; MP6172.

WORLD WITHOUT END. SEE His Supreme
Moment.

A WORLD WITHOUT MEN. 1914. 3 reels.

Path6 Freres (Vitascope Film Co.,
author); title, descr. & 108 prints. 25Novl4;
LU3833.

THE WORLDLINGS. SEE A Thief in Para-
dise.

WORLDLY GOODS. Paramount. Presented
by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1924.
6,055 ft. From the novel by Sophie Kerr.

Credits: Director, Paul Bern; screenplay,
A. P. Younger.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 4Nov24;
LP20736.

WORLDLY GOODS. 1 930. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Trem Carr; director,
Phil Rosen; story, Andrew Soutar; adapta-
tion, Johnnie Grey, Scott Littleton.

Continental Talking Pictures Corp.;
15JU130; LP1679.

THE WORLD'S AFFAIR. (A Scrappy Car-
toon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
Corp. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story,
Sid Marcus; animation. Art Davis; music
score, Joe de Nat.

Screen Gems, Inc.; 8Jun33; MP4110.



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Credits: Supervision. Jack Reiger.
Sporting Events. Inc.; title, descr.
17 prints, 7Jul33; MU4154.



WORLDS APART. 1921. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer, Alan Crosland; story,
John Lynch; scenario by the R. Cecil
Smiths.

Selznick Pictures Corp.; 30Jan21;
LP16078.

THE WORLD'S APPLAUSE. 1923. 8 reels.
Credits: Producer and director, William
DeMille; written and adapted by Clara
Be ranger.

Famous Players- Lasky Corp.; 3Jan23;
LP18562.

WORLD'S CHAMP. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director. Joe Henabery; story,
Burnet Hershey.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Feb33; LP3676.

THE WORLD'S CHAMPION. 1922. 5 reels.
Based on the play "The Champion" by
Thomas Louden and A. E. Thomas.

Credits: Supervision, Thompson Buchanan;
director, Philip Rosen; adaptation, J. E.
Nash. Albert Shelly LeVino.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 8Mar22;
LP17624.

WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING
MATCH BETWEEN JOE STECHER AND
EARL CADDOCK. 1920. 3 reels.

Pioneer Film Corp.; title, descr. &
131 prints. 27Feb20; LU14792.

WORLD'S FAIR AND WARMER. (A Thalian
Comedy) 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Jack Towney; screen-
play. Warren Wilson, Norman Markwell.

Universal Pictures Corp.; HOct34;
LP5026.

WORLD'S FAIR JUNIOR. (Broadway Brevity)
1939. 20 min.. sd.

Credits: Director. Joseph Henabery; story,
Burnet Hershey.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Dec39; LP9278.

THE WORLD'S GREAT SNARE. 1916.

Famous Players Film Co. (Hugh Ford,
author); title, descr. & 25 prints, Uunl6;
LU8393.

THE WORLD'S GREATEST ATHLETES.
1916. 1 reel each.

Credits: Director, Jack H. Herman.
** Selig Polyscope Co.

1. 9Mayl6; MP608.

2. 24Junl6; MP655.

Selig Polyscope Co. (J. H. Herman,
author).

3. 30Junl6; MP661.

4. 8Jull6; MP669.

5. 15Jull6; MP673.

6. 22Jull6; MP680.

7. 29Jull6; MP683.

8. 5Augl6; MP691.

9. 19Augl6; MP703.

10. 26Augl6; MP707.

WORLD'S GREATEST THRILLS. 1933.

2 reels.

Credits: Allyn Butterfield.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Jul33;
MP4150.

THE WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION-
SHIP BETWEEN PRIMO CARNERA AND
MAX BAER. 1934.

Harry O. Voiler; title, descr. & 21
prints. 21Jun34; MU4815.

WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN GENE
TUNNY AND TOM HEENEY. 1928.

3 reels.

Gold-Hawk Pictures, Inc.; title, descr.
& 96 prints. 31Jul28; MU5244.

THE WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION-
SHIP BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN JACK
SHARKEY. WORLD'S CHAMPION. AND
PRIMO CARNERA. OF ITALY. JUNE 29.
1933. Presented by Madison Square Garden
Corp. 1933. Sd.



WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN JOE LOUIS.
OF DETROIT. CHAMPION. AND MAX
SCHMELING. OF GERMANY. LEADING
CONTENDER. HELD AT YANKEE STADIUM.
NEW YORK CITY. JUNE. 1938. 1938.
35mm.

Credits: Supervised and edited by Jack
Reiger.

Globe Cinema Corp.; title, descr. &
24 prints, 12Jul38; MU8578.

WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN JOE LOUIS,
OF DETROIT. WORLD'S CHAMPION AND
TONY GALENTO. OF NEW JERSEY. LEAD-
ING CONTENDER. HELD AT THE YANKEE
STADIUM. NEW YORK CITY. JUNE. 1939.
1939. Sd.. b&w. 35mm.
Banner Pictures, Inc.; title, descr. &

4 prints. 6Oct39; MU9678.

WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN MAX BAER,
WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CHAM-
PION AND JAMES J. BRADDOCK. CON-
TENDER. 1935. 3 reels.

Harry O. Voiler; title, descr. & 36



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