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7. The Hidden Monster. 14May35;
LP5542.

8. Jungle Treachery. 23May35;
LP5555.

9. The Avenging Fire God. 24May35;
LP5568.

10. Descending Doom. 6Jun35;
LP5590.

11. The Dragon Strikes. HJun35;
LP5601.

12. The Pit of Flame. 17Jun35;
LP5620.

THE CALL OF THE SEA. 1915.
Credits: Scenario, Henry Otto.
Mica Film Corp. (Henry Otto, author);
title, descr. & 46 prints, 18Febl5; LU4475.

THE CALL OF THE SEA. 1915. 3,000 ft.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; ISSeplS;
LP6386.

THE CALL OF THE SOUL. 1916.
Alexandra Phillips Fahrney; title,
escr. & 16 prints, HDecl6; LU9899.

1 CALL OF THE SOUL. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, E. LeSainte; story,
Julia Burnham; scenario, Denison Clift.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
19Janl9; LP13293.

CALL OF THE TRAUMEREI. 1914.
American Film Mfg. Co. (W. M. King,
Jr., author); title, descr. & 107 prints,
17Marl4; LU2326.

CALL OF THE UNBORN. Imp. 1916.
2 reels.

Credits: Story and direction, M. K. Wil-
son; scenario, Douglas Bronston.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Novl6;
LP9619.

\LLOFTHEWEST. 1930. 7 reels, sd.
Adapted from the story "Borrowed Love"
by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements.

Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director,
Albert Ray; continuity and dialogue, Colin
-lements; film editor, Ray Snyder.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16May30;
LP1300.

IE CALL OF THE WILD. J923. Based
on the novel by Jack London.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Fred Jackman,
author); title, descr. & 160 prints, HAug23;



K-U19295.



THE CALL OF THE WILD. Presented by
Joseph M. Schenck. Released through
United Artists. 1935. 10 reels, sd.
Based on the novel by Jack London.

Credits: Producer, Darryl Zanuck;
director, William Wellman; screenplay.
Gene Fowler, Leonard Praskins; music,
Alfred Newman.

20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 13Jun35;
LP5604.

THE CALL OF THE WILDERNESS. 1926.

Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Earl W.
Johnson & Lon Young, authors); title,
descr. & 72 prints, 10Dec26; LU23413.

CALL OF THE YUKON. 1938. 7 reels, sd.
From the novel "Swift Lightning" by James
Oliver Curwood.

Credits: Associate producer, Armand
Schaefer; director, B. Reeves Eason;
screenplay, Gertrude Orr, William Bart-
lett; film editor, Howard O'Neill; music
director, Alberto Colombo.

Republic Pictures Corp.; HApr38;
LP8035.

THE CALL OF YESTERDAY. 1915. 1 reel.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 21Jull5;
LP5895.

THE CALL OF YOUTH. Paramount. 1921.
5 reels. Adapted from the play "James
the Fogy" by Henry Arthur Jones.

Credits: Producer, Hugh Ford; scenario.
Eve Unsell.

Famous Players -Lasky British Pro-
ducers, Ltd.; 14Mar21; LP16320.

THE CALL OF YOUTH. 1921. 5 reels.
From the play "James the Fogy" by Henry
Arthur Jones.

Credits: Director, Hugh Ford; scenario.
Eve Unsell.

Famous Players Lasky Corp.; 26Jan21;
LP16051.

CALL THE COPS. 1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Joseph LeBrandt.
L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.;
6Febl9; LP13373.

CALL THE MESQUITEERS. 1938. 6 reels,
sd. Based on characters created by Wil-
liam Colt MacDonald.

Credits: Associate producer, William
Berke; director, John English; original
story, Bernard McConville; screenplay,
Luci Ward; film editor, Lester Orlebeck;
music director, Alberto Colombo.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 7Mar38;
LP7865.

CALL THE WITNESS. 1921.

Pathe 1 Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 31Dec21;
LU17412.

CALL YOUR SHOTS. (Mermaid Comedies)
1928. 2 reels.

Credits: Producer, Jack White; director.
Stephen Roberts.

Educational Film Exchanges. Inc.;
17Sep28; LP25621.

THE CALLAHANS AND THE MURPHYS.
1927. 7 reels, b&w. From the novel by
Kathleen Norris.

Credits: Producer and director, George
Hill; scenario, Frances Marion; titles,
Ralph Spence; film editor. Hugh Wynn.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Dist. Corp.;
Iljul27; LP24254.

CALLED BACK. 1914.

Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co.,
Ltd. author); title, descr. & 57 prints,
9Jull4; LU2994.

CALLED BACK. Gold Seal. 1914. 4 reels.

Credits: Producer, Otis Turner; scenario,
James Dayton.

Universal Film Mfg. Co. (James Dayton,
author); 20Novl4; LP3817.



Ill



CALLED TO THE FRONT; or, EUROPE
AT WAR. 1914.

Apex Film Co. (Charles H. Weston &
A. Finn, authors); title, descr. & 42 prints,
3Sepl4; LU3295.

CALLING ALL CARS. Mayfair. 1934,
7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Spencer Gordon
Bennet; story. Homer King Gordon; con-
tinuity, George Morgan; dialogue, Betty
Burbridge.

Empire Film Distributors, Inc. (May-
fair Pictures Corp., author); 28Nov34;
LP5186.

CALLING ALL CARS. Presented by Willard.
1938. 1 reel, sd.

Alexander Film Co. (Elmer Olson,
author); 18May38; MP8479.

CALLING ALL CROONERS. Presented by
E. W. Hammons. 1937. 945 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, Walter Graham; story,
Arthur Jarrett, Marcy Klauber.

Skibo Productions, Inc.; 19Nov37;
LP7595.

CALLING ALL CURS. 1939. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Story, Thea Goodan; screenplay,
Elwood Ullman, Searle Kramer.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Jul39;
LP8983.

CALLING ALL CURTAINS. 1937. 2 reels,
sd.

Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and
screenplay, Elwood Ullmann, Al Giebler.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 27Sep37; LP7442.

CALLING ALL DOCTORS. 1937. 2 reels,
sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Jules
White; director, Charles Lamont; story and
screenplay, Al Giebler, Elwood Ullman,
Charlie Melson; film editor, Charles
Hochberg.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 14Jul37; LP7276.

CALLING ALL KIDS. (Broadway Brevity)
1937. 17 min., sd. Based on characters
created by Ham Fisher.

Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story,
Jack Henley, Eddie Forman.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Nov37; LP8653.

CALLING ALL TARS. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story.
Jack Henley, Burnet Hershey.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Apr36; LP6306.

CALLING DR. KILDARE. Presented by
Metro Goldwyn Mayer. 1939. 9 reels,
sd., b&w. From the original story by Max
Brand [pseud, of Frederick Faust).

Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet;
screenplay, Harry Ruskin, Willis Goldbeck;
film editor, Robert J. Kern; music score,
David Snell.

Loew's, Inc.; 24Apr39; LP8813.

CALLING HUBBY'S BLUFF. 1929. 2 reels.

Credits: Mack Sennett; director. Harry
Edwards; story, Ewart Adamson, Jefferson
Moffitl.

Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Jan29; LP34.

THE CALLING OF DAN MATTHEWS. 1935.
sd. 7 reels. From the novel by Harold
Bell Wright.

Credits: Producer, Sol Lesser; director,
Phil Rosen; screenplay, Dan Jarrett, Don
Swift, Karl Brown; film editor, Robert
Crandall.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Dec35;
LP5987.

CALLING ON THE SPHINX. (A Paramount-
Burton Holmes Travel-Picture) 1921.
1 reel.

Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc., (Burton
Holmes, author); 19Jul21; MP1995.



Cumulative Copyright Catalog



CALM YOURSELF. 1935. 8 reels, sd..
b&w. From the book by Edward Hope
[pseud, of Edward Hope Coffey].

Credits: Producer, Lucian Hubbard;
director, George B. Seitz; screenplay,
Arthur Kober; film editor. Conrad A.
Nervig; music, Douglas Maxwell.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 24Jun35;
LP5653.

CALVARY ALLEY. SEE Sunshine Nan.

CALVERT'S VALLEY. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Jack Dillon; story,
Margaret Prescott Montague; scenario,
Jules Furthman.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
2Oct22; LP19088.

THE CAMBRIC MASK. 1919. 5 reels.
From the story by Robert W. Chambers.

Credits: Director, Tom Terriss;
scenario, Eugene Muller, Tom Terriss.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Marl9;
LP13489.

CAME THE BRAWN. (A Hal Roach Our
Gang Comedy) 1938. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas;
film editor, William Ziegler.
Loew's, Inc.; 12Apr38; LP7962.

CAME THE DAWN. Presented by Hal Roach.
1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits: Supervising director, Leo
McCarey; director, Arch Heath; titles,
H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 3Mar28; LP25378.

THE CAMEL'S HUMP. 1925. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Walter
Lantz.
J. R. Bray; 15Nov25; LP22110.

CAMEO KIRBY. 1914. Based on the play
by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon
Wilson.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc.
(Booth Tarkington, Harry Leon. Wilson &
Cecil B. DeMille, authors); title, descr. &
16 prints, 16Decl4; LU3965.

CAMEO KIRBY. 1923. 7 reels, b&w, tinted
sequences. Based on the play by Booth
Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson.

Credits: Director, John Ford; scenario,
Robert N. Lee.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
8Oct23; LP19564.

CAMEO KIRBY. 1929. 5,910 ft., sd. From
the play by Booth Tarkington and Harry
Leon Wilson.

Credits: Director, Irving Cummings;
adaptation and continuity, Marion Orth;
editor. Alec Troffey.

Fox Film Corp.; 30Nov29; LP924.

CAMEO OF YELLOWSTONE. 1914.

American Film Mfg. Co. (M. R. Mc-
Kinstry. author); title, descr. & 91 prints,
13Jull4; LU3012.

THE CAMEO RING. Big U. 1915. 2 reels.

Credits: Producer, Charles Giblyn;
scenario, Calder Johnstone.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Marl5;
LP4818.

CAMERA CRANKS. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director,
Jack Townley; story, Stanley Rauh; film
editor, John Lockert; music director,
Harry Jackson.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Jan36;
LP6113.

CAMERA HUNTING. (E. M. Newman's
Our Own United States, no. 3) 1935.
11 min., sd.

Credits: Narrative by Paul Douglas;
dialogue, Ira Genet; editor. Bert Frank.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Nov35;
MP5985.



CAMERA SHY. (Lloyd Hamilton Talking
Comedies) 1930. 18 min., sd.

Credits: Producer, H. D. Edwards;
director, Gilbert Pratt; story. George
Bentley.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
12Feb30; LP1067.

THE CAMERA SPEAKS. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Story, Billy Bitzer; dialogue,
Dolph Singer; editor, Bert Frank.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Oct34; LP5001.

CAMERA THRILLS. Universal Special.
Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1935.
1,870 ft.

Credits: Production and story, Charles
E. Ford.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Sep35;
MP5868.

CAMERA TRAILS. 1930. 1 reel. sd.

Credits: Story and direction, Robert C.
Bruce.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 15Oct30;
LP1647.

THE CAMERAMAN. 1928. 8 reels, b&w.

Credits: Producer, Buster Keaton;
director, Edward Sedgwick; story, Clyde
Bruckman, Lew Lipton; continuity, Richard
Schayer; film editor, Hugh Wynn.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 15Sep28; LP25722.

CAMERON OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED.
1921. 6 reels. Adapted from the story
"Corporal Cameron ' by Ralph Connor
[pseud, of Charles William Gordon]

Credits: Director, Henry MacRae.

Winnipeg Productions, Ltd.; 25Dec21;
LP17552.

THE CAMERON SISTERS. 1915. Split reel.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Junl5;
MP359.

CAMILLE. 1917. From the book by
Alexandre Dumas.

Credits: Director, Albert Capellani.

World Film Corp. (Frances Marion,
author); title, descr. & 171 prints, 14Febl7;
LU10180.

CAMILLE. 1917. For Fox Film Corp.
6 reels. From the play by Alexandre
Dumas.

Credits: Director, J. Gordon Edwards;
scenario, Adrian Johnson.

William Fox (M. Jeffries, author);
!Octl7; LPH487.

CAMILLE. 1921. 6 reels. From the play
"La Dame aux Camelias" ("Camille") by
Alexandre Dumas.

Credits: Producer, Nazimova; director,
Ray C. Smallwood; adaptation and scenario,
June Mathis.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 21Sep21;
LP17932.

CAMILLE. First National. 1927. 9 reels.
Based on the work by Alexandre Dumas.
Credits: Producer and director, Fred
Niblo; story, Fred de Gresac.
Joseph M. Schenck; 21Apr27; LP23879.

CAMILLE. 1936. 12 reels, sd., b&w.
From the play and novel by Alexandre
Dumas.

Credits: Associate producer, David
Lewis; director, George Cukor; screen-
play, Zoe Akins, Frances Marion, James
Hilton; film editor, Margaret Booth; music
score, Herbert Stothart.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 25Dec36;
LP6845.

CAMILLE OF THE BARBARY COAST.
Pathe Exchange, Inc. 1925.

Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Eugene
Edward Holland, author); title, descr. &
88 prints, 27Jul25; LU21680.



CAMOUFLAGE. 1918.

William Steiner (Marcel Fernandez
Perez, author); title & descr., 5Octl8;
90 prints, 7Octl8; LU12940.

THE CAMOUFLAGE KISS. 1918. 5 reels.
Based on a story by Julius Grinnell Furth-
mann.

Credits: Director. Harry Millarde; story
and scenario, Ralph H. Spence, Stephen
Fox.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
31Marl8; LP12249.

CAMP MEETIN 1 . (Radio Musical, no. 1)
1936. 17 min., sd.

Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director,
Leslie Goodwins; story and dialogue,
George Randol; screenplay, Leslie Good-
wins; film editor, John Lockert; choral
direction. Hall Johnson.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Oct36;
LP6651.

CAMP ON THEIR DOORSTEPS. Presented
by the D. L. & W. Coal Co. 1937. Film-
strip, 175 frames, sd.
AudiVision, Inc.; !Oct37; MP7823.

THE CAMPANILE MURDERS. SEE Murder
on the Campus.

CAMPBELL OF THE MOUNTED. 1921.

Maple Leaf Productions, Inc. (Ruth
Sinclair, author); title, descr. & 18 prints,
6Dec21; LU17297.

THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING. Broad-
way. 1915. 4 reels.

Credits: Producer, Francis Ford;
scenario, Grace Cunard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Octl5;
LP6569.

CAMPING. 1917. 1 reel.

Credits: Thomas J. Gray; director,
Charles M. De Vonde.
Klever Pictures. Inc.; 6Sepl7; LP11357.

CAMPING OUT. Paramount-Arbuckle.
Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. 1918.
2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Fatty
Arbuckle.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 31Decl8;
LP13236.

CAMPING OUT. (Star Comedy) 1918.
1 reel.

Credits: Directors, Lyons-Moran.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Decl8;
LP13131.

CAMPING OUT. 1928. 2 reels.

Credits: Scenario, James J. Tynan,
Milton Carruth.

Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 25Nov28;
LP25869.

CAMPING OUT. (Mr. Average Man Come-
dies) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; story,
adaptation and direction, Harry Sweet;
film editor, Fred Maguire.

RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 14Dec31;
LP2768.

CAMPING OUT. (A Scrappy Cartoon) 1932.

Credits: Dick Heumor; producer, Charles
Mintz; animation, Sid Marcus, Art Davis;
musical score, Joe De Nat.

Screen Gems, Inc.; 15Aug32; MP3456.

CAMPING OUT. (Walt Disney's Mickey
Mouse, no. 21) 1934. 1 reel.

Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 27Jan34;
MP4607.

CAMPING TRIPS. 1939. Si., b&w. 35mm.
Contents: 1. Thomas A. Edison, Guest of
Honor, World's Fair, San Francisco, Calif.,
1915. 2. The 1916 Vacation, Roxbury,
N. Y. 3. Our Vacation Days of 1918 in
the Land of Dixie. 4. Our 1919 Camping
Trip Followed the Trail of the Minute Men



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Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



CAMPING TRIPS. Cont'd.
in Historic Old New England. 5. Up in
the Rip Van Winkle Country at Yama
Farms, Catskill Mountains, N. Y.,
November 16th, 17th, 1920. 6. 1921
Camping Trip Happy Days.

The Harbel Corp. (Harvey S. Firestone,
deceased, author. The Cleveland Trust
Co., executor); title, descr. & 243 prints,
2Dec39; MU9784.

CAMPING WITH THE BLACKFEET ON THE
BLACKFEET RESERVATION IN NORTH-
WESTERN MONTANA. 1913. 1 reel.
Thomas A. Edison. Inc.; 25Octl3;
MP95.

CAMPUS CAPERS. SEE The Collegiate
Four in Campus Capers.

THE CAMPUS CARMEN. 1928. 2 reels,
sd.

Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story,
Jefferson Moffitt, Earle Rodney.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Sep28; LP25606.

CAMPUS CHAMPS. (Campus Comedies)
Presented by E. B. Derr. 1931. 2 reels,
sd., b&w.

Credits: Producer, Fred Lalley; direc-
tor, Fred Guiol; story, Charles A. Calla -
han, Nat Carr; screenplay, Harry Fraser;
film editor, Fred Maguire; music director,
Francis Gromon.

Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Jan31; LP1986.

CAMPUS CINDERELLA. 1938. 2 reels,
sd.

Credits: Director, Noel Smith; story,
George Ade; screenplay. Lee Katz.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Dec38; LP8620.

CAMPUS CODES. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Fred Guiol; screen-
play, Dick Snath; dialogue, Darrell Ware;
editor. Chuck Craft; music. Lee Zahler.

Columbia Pictures Corp. & Nat Ross;
23Jan33; LP3648.

CAMPUS CONFESSIONS. Presented by

dolph Zuker. 1938. 7 reels, sd.
Credits: Director, George Archainbaud;
riginal story and screenplay, Lloyd Corri-
gan, Erwin Gelsey; film editor, Stuart Gil-
more.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 16Sep38;
LP8293.

CAMPUS CRUSHES. 1930. 21 min., sd.
Credits: Director, Mack Sennett.
Mack Sennett, Inc.; 5Jul30; LP1411.

CAMPUS CUTIES. (A Paramount-Christie
Comedy) 1928. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, William Watson;
story, Hal Conklin.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
7Apr28; LP25134.

CAMPUS FAVORITES. (Grantland Rice
Sound Sportlight) 1930. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Editor, Jack Eaton.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 29Jun30; MP1693.

THE CAMPUS FLIRT. Paramount. Pre-
sented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
1926. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Charles Badger;
screenplay, Louise Long, Lloyd Corrigan;
titles, Rube Goldberg.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 5Oct26;
LP23181.

THE CAMPUS HOOFER. (Frolics of Youth)
Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1934.
2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story.
Glen Lambert.

Educational Productions, Inc.; 9Nov34;
LP5097.

CAMPUS ROMEOS. 1927. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Albert Herman.
Standard Cinema Corp.; 8Jun27;
.P24058.






CAMPUS SWEETHEARTS. 1930. 3 reels,
sd.

Credits: Supervision, Diet Currier;
director, J. Leo Meehan; book, lyrics
and music, Lester Lee, Charlie Lesison;
editor, Russel C. Shields; music director,
Alfred Newman.

RKO Productions, Inc.; 12Feb30;
LP1070.

THE CAMPUS VAMP. 1928. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Harry Edwards.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 24Oct28;
LP25754.

CAN A WOMAN LOVE TWICE? Presented
by R-C Pictures. 1922. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, James W. Home;
story, Wyndham Gittens; editor, J. B. Mor-
ley.

Film Booking Offices of America, Inc.
(R-C Pictures Corp., author); 20Oct22;
LP20006.

CAN IT BE DONE? 1936. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Ray Gross; director, Lloyd
French; story, Jack Henley, Burnet Her-
shey.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Mar36; LP6198.

CAN THIS BE DIXIE? 1936. 6,500 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, George Marshall;
story, Lamar Trotti, George Marshall;
screenplay, Lamar Trotti; music director,
Samuel Kaylin.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
13Nov36; LP7093.

CAN YOU BEAT IT? 1919.

Credits: Written and directed by Twede-
Dan [pseud, of F. Perez].

William Steiner (F. Perez, author);
title, descr., & 170 prints, HJunl9;
LU13813.

CAN YOU IMAGINE? (E. M. Newman's
Our Own United States) 1936. 10 min.,
sd.

Credits: Narration, Ray Saunders;
dialogue, Ira Genet; editor, Bert Frank.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Aug36; MP6724.

CAN YOU TAKE IT? 1934. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer;
animation, Myron Waldman, Thomas John-
son.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 26Apr34;
MP4718.

THE CANADIAN. Paramount. Presented
by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
1926. 8 reels. From the play "The Land
of Promise" by W. Somerset Maugham.

Credits: Director, William Beaudine;
adaptation, Arthur Stringer; scenario,
J. Clarkson Miller.

Famous Players Lasky Corp.; 3Dec26;
LP23405.

CANADIAN CAPERS. (Paul Terry Toons)
1931. 5 min.

Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.
Terry, Moser & Coffman; 23Aug31;
LP2414.

THE CANADIAN LYNX. 1922.

Pathe Exchange. Inc. (Robert North
Bradbury, author); title, descr. & 20 prints,
4Mar22; LU17599.

THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. 1917.

Lincoln & Parker Co., Inc.; title,
descr. & 7 prints, 18Octl7; MU1076.

CANALS IN UNITED STATES HISTORY.
1921. 1 reel.

Society for Visual Education, Inc. (Neta
G. Edwards, author); !Feb21; MP1913.

CANALS OF ENGLAND. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (Joseph
A. Lauwerys, author); 30Jun38; MP8977.



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CANALS OF VENICE. 1913. 1 reel.

Vitagraph Co. of America (Harry
Keepers, author); 2Octl3; MP93.

THE CANARY COMES ACROSS. 1938.
2 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits: Director, Will Jason; original
story and music, Val Burton, Will Jason;
screenplay, Richard Goldstone, Stanley
Rauh; music, David Snell.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 18Jan38;
LP7776.

THE CANARY MURDER CASE. 1929.
7 reels, sd. From the story by S. S. Van
Dine [pseud, of Willard Huntington Wright].

Credits: Director, Malcolm St. Clair;
adaptation and screenplay, Albert Shelby
LeVino. Florence Ryerson.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
15Feb29; LP126.

CANAVAN. SEE Hold Your Horses.

CANAVAN, THE MAN WHO HAD HIS WAY.
SEE The Danger Signal.

THE CANBY HILL OUTLAWS. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: Produced and written by Tom
Mix.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Tom Mix, author);
16Sepl6; LP9180.

THE CANCELED MORTGAGE. 1915. 1 reel.
Biograph Co.; lOMaylS; LP5254.

CANCELLED. 1915.

Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. 4
61 prints, 25Janl5; LU4280.

THE CANCELLED DEBT. 1927. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Philip Rosen; story
and continuity, Frances Guihan.

Sterling Pictures Distributing Corp.;
26Sep27; LP24447.

THE CANDID CAMERA. (Educational's
Comedies) 1932. 19 min., sd.

Credits: Director, Leslie Pearce; story
and dialogue, John A. Waldron, Earle Rod-
ney, Harry McCoy, Del Lord.

Mack Sennett, Inc.; 19Jun32; LP3425.

CANDID CAMERAMANIACS. (A Pete Smith
Specialty) 1937. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

Credits: Director, Hal Yates; original
story and screenplay, Robert Lees, Fred
Rinaldo.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 17Dec37;
LP7693.

THE CANDID CANDIDATE. 1937. 1 reel,
sd.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 27Aug37;
MP7735.

THE CANDID KID. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Jack Henley and Cyrus Wood;
director, Roy Mack.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May38; LP7993.

THE CANDIDATES. 1918.

Credits: Story and direction, Robin H.
Townley.

Wharton, Inc.; title & descr., 26Octl8;
105 prints, 30Octl8; LU12995.

THE CANDIDATE'S PAST. 1915. 1 reel.
Biograph Co.; 21Mayl5; LP5341.

THE CANDLE. 1916. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Leon D. Kent.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Maude Thomas &
Julian Lamothe, authors); 25Aprl6; LP8154.

THE CANDLE AND THE MOTH. 1915.
Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S; title,
descr. & 71 prints, 8Febl5; LU4405.

THE CANDY HOUSE. (An Oswald Cartoon)
Snappy. 1934. 1 reel.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Jan34;
MP4501.



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A CANDY JAG. 1917.

Cleveland Comedies Co. (John Ray,
author); title & descr.. 25Jull7; 28 prints,
13Jull7; LU11134.

CANDYLAND. (Cartune Classics) Snappy.
1935. 1 reel, sd., color.

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

Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Apr35;
MP5535.

CANIMATED NOOZ PICTORIAL. 1915-17.
Split reel, unless otherwise indicated.
Essanay Film Mfg. Co.
Credits: Wallace A. Carlson.

1. [With Scenic] 1,000ft. lOctlS;
MP426.

2. [With Scenic) 10Novl5; LP6944.

3. [With Scenic] 13Decl5; MP467.

4. 12Janl6; MP491.

5. 22Febl6; LP7701.

6. 9Marl6; MP539.

7. 23Marl6; MP562.

8. 4Aprl6; MP577.

9. 1 reel. 24Aprl6; MP593.

10. 1 reel. 24Mayl6; MP622.

11. 7Junl6; MP642.

12. 28Junl6; MP658.

13. 19Jull6; MP685.

14. 7Augl6; MP690.

15. 2Sepl6; MP714.

16. 2Sepl6; MP713.

17. 5Octl6; MP734.

18. 25Octl6; MP746.

19. 8Novl6; MP754.

20. 1 reel. 2Decl6; MP782.

21. 27Decl6; MP808.

22. 3Janl7; MP816.

23. 1 reel. 20Janl7; MP831.

24. 30Janl7; MP837.

25. 1 reel. 17Febl7; MP855.

26. 1 reel. 2Marl7; MP865.

27. 1 reel. 17Marl7; MP882.

28. 1 reel. 28Marl7; MP903.

CANINE CAPERS. (Bill Cunningham Sports
Review) Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.
1931. 9 min.

Credits: Director, Howard C. Brown.

Brown-Nagel Productions, Inc.;
15Nov31; LP2755.

CANINE CAPERS. (Scrappy) 1937.
589 ft., sd.

Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz;
director, Howard C. Brown; story, Allen
Rose; animation, Harry Love; music, Joe
de Nat.

Screen Gerns, Inc.; 4Sep37; MP7867.

CANINE CHAMPIONS. (A Grantland Rice
Sportlight) The Van Beuren Corp. 1931.
1 reel.

RKO PathS Pictures, Inc.; 16Nov31;
MP3070.

A CANINE MATCHMAKER. LEAVE IT TO
A DOG. 1913.

Selig Polyscope Co. (William A. Dun-
can, author); title, descr. & 36 prints,
22Janl3; LU321.

CANINE THRILLS. (A Sports-Eye-View)
1933. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Director, Jack Eaton.
Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Feb33;
MP3805.

CANNED FISHING. (Hal Roach Comedy)
Presented by Hal Roach. 1938. ! reel,
sd., b&w.

Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas;
film editor, William Ziegler.

Loew's, Inc.; 16Feb38; LP7846.

CANNED MUSIC. (Krazy Kat Cartoon)
1930. 1 reel, sd. Adapted from George
Herriman's cartoon character.

Credits: Animation, Ben Harrison,
Manny Gould; musical score, Rosarlo
Bourdon.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; HJanSO;
MP1044.



CANNED THRILLS. (A Grantland Rice
Sportlight) Presented by Ame^e J. Van
Beuren. 1928. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Aug28;
MP5249.

CANNIBAL CAPERS. (Walt Disney Comic)
1930. 1 reel.



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