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1918. 5 reels. Based on the book by
Maria Thompson Daviess.

Credits: Director, Francis J. Grandon;
scenario, J. Clarkson Miller.

Mutual Film Corp.; 13Octl8;
LP13109.

THE DAREDEVIL. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: Story, scenario, and direction.
Tom Mix.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp..
author); 7Mar20; LP14855.

THE DAREDEVIL. 1923.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett.
author); title, descr. & 36 prints,
23Nov23; LU19648.

DAREDEVIL BILL. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Clay M. Greene,
author); 13Marl6; LP7817.

THE DAREDEVIL CRIMINAL. SEE
Dr. Gar El Hama.

DARE DEVIL DAISY. Century. 1926.
2 reels.

Credits: Director, Francis Corby;
story. Tad Ross.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Jan26;
LP22311.

DAREDEVIL DAN. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

Credits: Story and direction. Ruth
Stonehouse; scenario, Charles Wilson, Jr.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
23Junl7; LP10982.

THE DARE-DEVIL DETECTIVE; or.
DETECTIVE HAYES' SIXTH CASE.
1914.

Apex Film Co. (Vitascope Co.,
author); title, 31Jull4; descr., 18Jull4;
57 prints. 21Jull4; LU3158.

THE DAREDEVIL DRIVERS. 1938.
6 reels.

Credits: Director, B. Reeves Eason;
original story, Charles R. Condon;
screenplay, Sherman L. Lowe.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Jan38;
LP7816.

DAREDEVIL JACK. 1920.

Credits: Story. Frederic Chapin, Harry
Hoyt.
Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Jack Cunningham,

author).

1. The Mysterious Bracelets, title,
descr. & 60 prints. 8Mar20; LU14829.

2. The Ball of Death. title, descr. &
40 prints. 8Mar20; LU14830.

3. Wheels of Fate. title, descr. &
40 prints, 8Mar20; LU14831.

4. Shanghaied. title, descr. & 40
prints. 8Mar20; LU14832.

5. The Race for Glory. title, descr.
& 40 prints. 8Mar20; LU14833.

6. A Skirmish of Wits. title, descr.
& 40 prints. 8Mar20; LU14834.

7. A Blow in the Dark. title, descr.
& 40 prints. 8Mar20; LU14835.

8. Blinding Hate. title, descr. & 40
prints. llMar20; LU14848.

9. Phantoms of Treachery. title,
descr. & 40 prints. 6Apr20; LU14962.

10. Paths of Destruction. title, descr.
& 40 prints, 6Apr20; LU14963.

11. Flames of Wrath. title, descr. i
40 prints. 13Apr20; LU15002.

12. The Unseen Menace. title, descr.
& 40 prints. 13Apr20; LU 14998.



Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Frederic Chapin
and Harry Hoyt, authors).

13. Bating the Trap. title, descr. &
40 prints, 15Jun20; LU15251.

14. A Terrible Vengeance. title,
descr. & 40 prints, 15Jun20; LU15252.

15. The Triple Chase. title, descr. &
40 prints, 15Jun20; LU15253.

DARE-DEVIL KATE. 1916. For Fox Film
Corp. 6 reels. From the play by Philip
Bartholomae.

Credits: Producer, Keenan J. Buel;
adaptation, Clarence J. Harris.

William Fox (Clarence J. Harris,
author); 21Augl6; LP8970.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Ralph Staub; story,
Dolph Singer, Jack Henley.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 3Aug34; LP4865.

DAREDEVILS OF THE RED CIRCLE.
1939. 2 reels each, except no. 1 which is
3 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Robert
Beche; directors, William Witney, John
English; original screenplay, Barry
Shipman, Franklyn Adreon, Rex Taylor,
Ronald Davidson, Sol Shor; film editors,
Edward Todd, William Thompson; music
score, William Lava.

1. The Monstrous Plot.

2. The Mysterious Friend.

3. The Executioner.

4. Sabotage.

5. The Ray of Death.

6. Thirty Seconds To Live.

7. The Flooded Mine.

8. S. O. S.

9. Ladder of Peril.

10. The Infernal Machine.

11. The Red Circle Speaks.

12. Flight to Doom.

Republic Pictures Corp. (Republic Pro-
ductions, Inc., author); no. 1-6, 10Jun39;
LP9016; no. 7-12, 10Jun39; LP9017.

DARE DEVILS OF WAR. Imp. 1916.
2 reels.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
31Marl6; MP570.

DAREDEVIL'S REWARD. 1928. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Eugene Forde; story
and scenario, John Stone.
Fox Film Corp.; 27Jan28; LP24917.

DARE-DEVILTRY. (A Sports Parade
Subject) 1936. 1 reel, b&w.

Credits: Director, David Miller;
explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 6Oct36;
MP6845.

DARING AND DYNAMITE. 1918. 2 reels.

Credits: Direction and story, Walter
Hall.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 29Novl8;
LP13086.

DARING CHANCES. 1924. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Clifford S. Smith;
story, Isadore Bernstein; continuity,
Wyndham Gittens.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Jul24;
LP20409.

THE DARING CHANGE. Bison. 1917.
2 reels.

Credits: Harvey Gates; director,
William V. Mong.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
9Janl7; LP9944.

DARING DANGER. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Cliff Smith; story
and scenario, L. V. Jefferson.

Associated Photoplays, Inc.;
25Mar22; LP17666.

DARING DANGER. 1932. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman;
story, William Colt MacDonald;



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DARING DANGER. Cont'd.
continuity, Michael Trevelyan; film
editor. Otto Meyer.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Apr32;
LP2955.

DARING DANGERS. 1922. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Robert North Brad-
bury; story and scenario, Harvey Gates.

Universal Film Manufacturing Co.,
Inc.; 21Jun22; LP17990.

DARING DAYS. (Blue Streak Western)
1925. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, John B. O'Brien;
story, George Hull.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Oct25;
LP21941.

A DARING DUDE. 1929. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Walter Fabian; story,
Lois Kennedy; continuity. Basil Dickey;

Universal Pictures Corp.; 10Jan29;
LP10.

A DARING GETAWAY. 1914.

Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 113
prints. Uunl4; LU2782.

DARING HEARTS. 1919. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Henri-Houry; story,
Albert E. Smith, Cyrus Townsend Brady;
scenario, Graham Baker.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Jull9;
LP13999.

DARING LIONS AND DIZZY LOVERS.
1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by William
H. Watson.
Century Comedies; 2Octl9; LP14261.

DARING LOVE. Presented by M. H.
Hoffman. 1924. 6 reels. From the
story "Driftwood" by Albert Payson
Terhune.

Credits: Director, R. G. Edwards;
adaptation. Roland West. Willard Mack.

Truart Film Corp.; Uul24; LP20379.

THE DARING OF DIANA. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: Producer, S. Rankin Drew.

The Vitagraph Co. of America
(Charles L. Gaskill, author); 24Jull6;
LP8791.

THE DARING YEARS. 1923. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb; story
and adaptation. Daniel Carson Goodman.

Daniel Carson Goodman Corp.;
14Aug23; LP19306.

DARING YOUNG MAN. 1935. 9 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, William A. Seiter;
story. Claude Binyon and Sidney Skolsky;
screenplay, William Hurlbut; additional
dialogue, Sam Hellman, Glenn Tryon;
musical director, Arthur Lange.

Fox Film Corp.; 24May35; LP5563.

DARK AFRICA. (E. M. Newman's Musical
Journeys) The Vitaphone Corp. 1934.
1 reel. sd.

Credits: Editor, Bert Frank.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Aug34;
MP4907.

THE DARK ANGEL. First National. 1925.
8 reels. From the stage play by H. B.
Trevelyan.

Credits: Producer, George Fitzmaurice;
scenario. Frances Marion.

Samuel Goldwyn; 14Sep25; LP21814.

THE DARK ANGEL. Presented by Samuel
Goldwyn. 1935. 11 reels, sd. From a
play by Guy Bolton.

Credits: Director, Sidney Franklin;
screenplay, Lillian Hellman, Mordaunt
Shairp; music director, Alfred Newman.

United Artists Corp. (Guy Bolton
author); 5Sep35; LP5751.



DARK CORNERS. Special. Rex. 1916.
1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
21Sepl6; LP9162.

DARK DAYS. SEE The Two Doves.

A DARK DEED. Nestor. 1917. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Louis William
Chaudet; story. Jack Cunningham;
scenario, Frederick A. Palmer.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 3Jull7-
LP11045.

DARK HAZARD. Presented by First
National Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
Corp. 1934. 8 reels. From the novel by
W. R. Burnett.

Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green;
screenplay, Ralph Block, Brown Holmes.

First National Pictures. Inc.; 30Jan34;
LP4444.

A DARK HORSE. 1922. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Jess
Robbins.
Century Film Corp.; 5Apr22; LP17734.

A DARK HORSE. 1923.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 23Nov23;
MU2365.

THE DARK HORSE. 1932. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Melville Grossman; director,
Alfred E. Green; screenplay, Joseph
Jackson, Wilson Mizner.

First National Pictures. Inc.;
13Jun32; LP3084.

THE DARK HOUR. 1936. 7 reels, sd.
From the novel "The Last Trap" by
Sinclair Gluck. -.

Credits: Director, Charles Lament;
screenplay. Ewart Adamson.

Chesterfield Motion Picture Corp.;
30Jan36; LP6103.

DARK JOURNEY. Released through
United Artists. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer and director, Victor
Saville; screenplay, Lajos Biro; scenario
and dialogue, Arthur Wimperis; editors.
William Hornbeck, Hugh Stewart; music,
Richard Addinsell; music director, A. W.
Watkins.

London Films Prods. Ltd.; 21Jun37:
LP7217.

A DARK KNIGHT. (Joe Rock Comedy)
1923. 2 reels.

Credits: Director. Gil. Pratt.
Grand-Asher Distributing Corp.;
9Oct23; LP19481.

A DARK LANTERN. 1920. 6 reels. From
the story by Elizabeth Robins.

Credits: Director, John S. Robertson;
scenario. Burns Mantle.

Realart Pictures Corp.; 16Jul20;
LP15367.

A DARK LOVER'S PLAY. 1915. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer. Mack Sennett.
Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett.
author); 2Janl5; LP4097.

DARK MAGIC. (Robert Benchley Comedy)
Presented by Metro Goldwyn Mayer.
1939. 1 reel. sd.

Credits: Director. Roy Rowland; film
editor, Philip Anderson.

Loew's, Inc.; 16May39; LP8955.

THE DARK MIRROR. 1920. 5 reels.
From the novel by Louis Joseph Vance.

Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince;
director, Charles Giblyn.

Thomas H. Ince; 27Mar20; LP14935.

DARK RAPTURE. 1938. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Producers, Armand Denis,
Le*la Roosevelt; director, Armand Denis;



editors. Leroy G. Phelps. Gunther Von
Fritsch; photographer, Leroy G. Phelps;
music director. John Rochetti.

Armand Denis Productions. Inc.;
26Aug38; MP8757.

DARK SECRETS. Paramount. Presented
by Adolph Zukor. 1923. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Victor Fleming;
story. Edmund Goulding.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
17Jan23; LP18636.

THE DARK SILENCE. Peerless. 1916.

Credits: Director, Albert Capellani;
story. Paul West; scenario. Gardner
Hunting.

World Film Corp. (Paul West, author);
title & descr.. llSeplB; 255 prints.
7Sepl6; LU9088.

DARK STAIRWAYS. 1924. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Robert F. Hill;
story, Marion Orth; scenario, L. J. Rigby.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Jun24;
LP20268.

THE DARK STAR. Cosmopolitan. Para-
mount -A rtc raft Special. Presented by
Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 1919.
7 reels. Based on the novel by Robert W.
Chambers.

Credits: Director, Allan Dwan.

International Film Service Co., Inc.;
17Jull9; LP13961.

DARK STAR. SEE Min and Bill.

DARK STREETS. Presented by Richard A.
Rowland. 1929. 6 reels.

Credits: Producer and director. Frank
Lloyd; screen version, Bradley King.

First National Pictures. Inc.;
30Aug29; LP730.

DARK STREETS. Trailer. First National.
1929. 1 reel. sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Aug29; MP514.

A DARK SUSPICION. Joker. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by Allen
Curtis.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
26Mayl6; LP8363.

THE DARK SWAN. 1924. 7 reels. From
the story by Ernest Pascal.

Credits: Director, Millard Webb;
adaptation, Fred Jackson.

Warner Brothers Pictures. Inc.;
INov24; LP20762.

THE DARK SWAN. SEE Wedding Rings.

THE DARK TOWER. SEE The Man with
Two Faces.

DARK VICTORY. First National. 1939.
11 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by
George Emerson Brewer, Jr. and Bertram
Bloch.

Credits: Director, Edmund Goulding;
screenplay, Casey Robinson; music. Max
Steiner.

Warner Bros. Pictures. Inc.; 22Apr39;
LP8791.

DARKENED ROOMS. 1929. Si. & 6.066 ft..
sd. Based on the novel by Philip Gibbs.

Credits: Director. Louis Gasnier;
adaptation and dialogue, Patrick Kearney,
Melville Baker.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
22Nov29; LP870.

THE DARKENING TRAIL. 1915.

Credits: Producer, Thomas H. Ince.
New York Motion Picture Corp.
(Thomas H. Ince, author); 31Mayl5;
LP5426.

DARKEST AFRICA. 1925.

Pathe Exchange. Inc. (Paul Terry,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints. 4May25;
MU3016.



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DARKEST AFRICA. (A Century of Progress
Exposition) 1933. 1 reel.

Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T.
Cowling, author); 15Oct33; MP4373.

DARKEST AFRICA. 1936. 2 reels each,
except no. 1 which is 3 reels. Republic
Pictures Corp.; no. 1-5. 15Feb36,
LP6431; no. 6-10, 15Feb36. LP6440;
no. 11-15, 15Feb36. LP6460.

Credits: Supervision, Barney Sarecky;
directors, B. Reeves Eason, Joseph Kane;
original story, John Rathmell, Tracy
Knight; screenplay. John Rathmell,
Barney Sarecky, Ted Parsons.

THE DARKEST HOUR. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Paul Scardon; story,
Jane Dixon, Roma Raymond; scenario,
Garfield Thompson, Edward J. Montagne.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 7Novl9;
LP14407.

THE DARKEST HOUR. 1923.

Pathe Exchange. Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 32 prints, 24Dec23;
LU19752.

DARKEST RUSSIA. Presented by William
A. Brady. 1917. Adapted from the play
by H. Grattan Donnelly and Sidney R.
Ellis.

Credits: Director, Travers Vale.

World Film Corp. (Frances Marion,
author); title & descr., 20Aprl7; 170
prints, 23Aprl7; LU10617.

DARKNESS AND DAWN. 1914.

Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 66
prints. 10Febl4; LU2119.

THE DARKNESS BEFORE DAWN. 1915.
3.000 ft.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Shannon Fife, author);
21Mayl5; LP5373.



IARKTOWN FOLLIES. 1930. 2 reels, sd.
From the Wildcat stories by Hugh Wiley.

Credits: Producer. Monte Brice;
adaptation and direction, Nat Nazarro.

Pathe Exchange. Inc.; 4Feb30; LP1059.



DARLING DANDY. 1915. 3.000ft.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 18Sepl5;
LP6408.

DARLING ENEMY. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story,
Cyrus Wood. A. Dorian Otvas, Eddie
Moran.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Jun34;
LP4793.





Victor. 1917.



DARLING IN BUCKSKIN.
1 reel.

Credits: Director. William V. Mong;
story, Joe Ryan.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.;
17Aprl7; LP10602.



IARLING MINE. Presented by Louis J.
Selznick. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: John Lynch, Laurence Trimble;
director, Laurence Trimble.

Select Pictures Corp.; 8Aug20;
LP15545.

THE DARLING OF NEW YORK. Universal
Jewel. 1923. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, King Baggot; story,
King Baggot. Raymond Schrock.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Oct23-
LP19546.



THE DARLING OF PARIS. 1917. For Fox
Film Corporation. 6 reels. From the
novel 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame" by
Victor Hugo.

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

William Fox (Adrian Johnson,
author); 21Janl7; LP10034.



DARN THAT STOCKING! National Film
Corp. of America. 1920. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Jack Lavex.
Goldwyn Pictures Corp. (National
Film Corp. of America, author); 7Mar20;
LP16096.

D'ARTAGNAN. 1916. Adapted from
"The Three Musketeers" by Dumas.

Credits: Director, Charles Swickard;
adaptation, J. G. Hawks.

Triangle Film Corp. (J. G. Hawks,
author); title, descr. & 559 prints,
27Janl6; LU7513.

D'ARTAGNAN. 1916. 5 reels.

Triangle Film Corp. (Thos. H. Ince &
J. G. Hawks, authors); 6Febl6; LP10703.

D'ARTAGNAN OF KANSAS. SEE A Modern
Musketeer.

DARTMOUTH DAYS. (An Oddity) 1934.
958 ft., sd., b&w.

Credits: Director. Maurice Rapf;
explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; HJul34;
MP4899.

THE DARTMOUTH MURDERS. SEE A Shot
in the Dark.

DARWIN WAS RIGHT. 1924. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Lewis Seller; story
and scenario. Edward Moran.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp.. author);
26Oct24; LP20750.

A DASH FOR LIBERTY. 1913.

Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 55
prints. 9Augl3; LU1080.

DASHES. HURDLES. AND RELAYS. 1938.
2 reels.

Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (Lawson
Robertson, arthor); !Mar38; MP8285.

DASHING. SEE A Six Shootin 1 Romance.

DASSAN. London. 1930. 5 reels, sd.

First Anglo Corp. (Cherry Kearton,
author); 10Nov30; MP4101.

THE DATE PALM. (Ford Educational
Library, Agriculture) Ford Motion
Picture Laboratories. 1922. 1 reel.
Ford Motor Co.; 22Jun22; MP2157.

A DATE TO SKATE. 1938. 1 reel. sd.

Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer;
animation, Willard Bowsky, Orestes
Calpini.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 18Nov38;
MP8913.

DATED. SEE The Last Card.

DATES. 1915.

Atlas Motion Picture Co.; title, descr.
& 108 prints. 28Junl5; LU5796.

DATES AND NUTS. Presented by E. W.
Hammons. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director. Robert Hall; story.
Parke Levy.

Educational Films Corp. of America;
31Dec37; LP7688.

DATES FOR TWO. (Stern Brothers Com-
edy) (Mike and Ike) 1927. 2 reels. From
the cartoons by Rube Goldberg.
Credits: Director, Francis Corby.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Jun27;
LP24085.

THE DAUGHTER OF A MAGNATE. SEE
The Love Special.

THE DAUGHTER OF DAWN. Texas Film
Co. 1920. 6 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by
Norbert Myles. '

Richard E. Banks (Norbert Myles.
author); 20Oct20; LP16293.



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DAUGHTER OF DESTINY. 1918. 6 reels.
Credits: Director, George Irving.
Petrova Picture Co.; 22Febl8;
LP12096.

A DAUGHTER OF DIXIE. Special Big U.
1916. 2 reels.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.;
19Octl6; LP9359.

A DAUGHTER OF EARTH. 1915. 2 reels.
Biograph Co.; 13Jull5; LP5810.

A DAUGHTER OF EVE. 1913.

Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 90
prints. 17Decl3; LU1874.

A DAUGHTER OF FRANCE. 1918. 5 reels.

Credits: Director. Edmund Lawrence;
story. Benjamin S. Kutler; scenario.
Betta Breuil. Adrian Johnson.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp.. author);
24Marl8; LP12228.

DAUGHTER OF FU MANCHU. SEE
Daughter of the Dragon.

A DAUGHTER OF ISRAEL. 1914. 2 reels.
Credits: Director. Van Dyke Brooke.
Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A.
Tremayne. author); llDec!4; LP3993.

A DAUGHTER OF ISRAEL. SEE The Faith
of Her Fathers.

A DAUGHTER OF LUXURY. Paramount.
Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1922.
5 reels. From the play "The Imposter"
by Leonard Merrick and Michael Morton.
Credits: Director. Paul Powell; adapta-
tion, Beulah Marie Dix.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
2Dec22; LP18671.

DAUGHTER OF MINE. Presented by
Samuel Goldwyn. 1919. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Clarence G. Badger;
story, Hugo Ballin.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 21Marl9;
LP13523.

THE DAUGHTER OF MOTHER MCGINN.
SEE Through the Dark.

A DAUGHTER OF PENANCE. Bison.
1916. 2 reels.

Credits: Producer. Henry Otto; story,
Charles Saxby; scenario. Olga Printzlau.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
21Janl6; LP7475.

A DAUGHTER OF ROMANY. 1913. 1 reel.
Credits: Anne and Bannister Merwin.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 15Sepl3;
LP1256.

DAUGHTER OF SHANGHAI. Presented by
Adolph Zukor. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Robert Florey; story.
Garnett Weston; screenplay. Gladys
Unger. Garnett Weston; editor. Ellsworth
Hoagland.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 17Dec37;
LP7674.

A DAUGHTER OF THE CITY. 1915.
5 reels. From the play by H. S. Sheldon.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 26Novl5;
LP7068.

A DAUGHTER OF THE CONFEDERACY.
1913.

Credits: Producer, Hardee Kirkland.

Selig Polyscope Co. (James Ryan,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints,
14Mayl3; LU736.

A DAUGHTER OF THE CONFEDERACY.
1913.

Warner's Feature Film Co. (Gene
Gauntier Feature Players. Inc.. author);
title, descr. & 94 prints. 19Marl3;
LU492.



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THE DAUGHTER OF THE DON. 1916.
10 reels.

Credits: Director. Henry Kabierske.
Winfield Hogaboom; title, descr. &
816 prints. 7Augl6; LU9045.

A DAUGHTER OF THE DONS. SEE
Burning the Wind.

DAUGHTER OF THE DRAGON. 1931.
8 reels, sd. From "Daughter of Fu
Manchu" by Sax Rohmer [pseud, of
Arthur Sarsfield Ward).

Credits: Director, Lloyd Corrigan;
adaptation, Lloyd Corrigan, Monte M.
Katterjohn; dialogue, Sidney Buchman.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 4Sep31;
LP2444.

A DAUGHTER OF THE GODS. 1916. For
Fox Film Corp. 10 reels. From the
story by Herbert Brenon.

Credits: Adapted and produced by Her-
bert Brenon; supervision, J. Gordon
Edwards.

William Fox (Herbert Brenon. author);
15Octl6; LP9325.

A DAUGHTER OF THE JUNGLES. Bison.
1915. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and produced by Henry
McRae.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
23Jull5; LP5904.

A DAUGHTER OF THE LAW. 1921.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, Jack Conway; story,
Wadsworth Camp; scenario, Harvey Gates.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; !Aug21;
LP16835.

A DAUGHTER OF THE NIGHT. Imp. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by
Francis Powers.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
18Jull6; LP8729.

A DAUGHTER OF THE NILE. Victor.
1915. 3 reels.

Credits: Producer, Lucius Henderson;
scenario, Elaine Stern.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.;
29Mayl5; LP5430.

A DAUGHTER OF THE OLD SOUTH.
Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor.
1918. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Emile Chautard;
story, Alicia Ramsay. Rudolph De Cor-
dova; scenario, Margaret Turnbull.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
3Octl8; LP12942.

A DAUGHTER OF THE PEOPLE. 1915.

Dyreda Art Film Corp. (J. Searle
Dawley, author); title, descr. & 80
prints, 19Marl5; LU4757.

A DAUGHTER OF THE PEOPLE. 1915.
World Film Corp. (J. Searle Dawley.
author); title, descr. & 198 prints.
30Janl5; LU4340.

A DAUGHTER OF THE SEA. 1915.
5 reels. Title changed from "The Fisher
Girl."

Credits: Story, Frances Marion;
scenario, Russell E. Smith.

Equitable Motion Pictures Corp.
(Frances Marion, author); title, descr. &
32 prints, 15Novl5; LU6987.

A DAUGHTER OF THE SIOUX. 1925.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, Ben Wilson; story,
Charles King; screen adaptation. George
W. Pyper.

Davis Distributing Division. Inc.;
28Dec25; LP22182.

A DAUGHTER OF THE WEST. 1918.

Pathe Exchange. Inc.; title, descr. &
78 prints. 7Mayl8; LU12371.



A DAUGHTER OF THE WILDERNESS.
1913. 1 reel.
Credits: Frank McGlynn.
Thomas A. Edison. Inc.; llOctlS;
LP1386.

A DAUGHTER OF THE WOLF. 1919.

5 reels. Based on the short story by
Hugh Pendexter.

Credits: Director. Irvin Willat; scenario,
Marion Fairfax.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 9Junl9;
LP13825.

A DAUGHTER OF TWO WORLDS. First
National. 1920. 6 reels. From the novel
by Leroy Scott.

Credits: Director. James L. Young.

Joseph M. Schenck; 5Jan20; LP14688.

THE DAUGHTER PAYS. 1920. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Robert Ellis; story.
Mrs. Baillie Reynolds; scenario, Edward
J. Montagne.

Selznick Pictures Corp.; 10Nov20;
LP15793.

DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS. First
National. 1939. 12 reels, sd. Suggested
by a play by Dorothy Bennett and Irving
White.

Credits: Director. Michael Curtiz;
original screenplay, Julius J. and Phillip
G. Epstein; music. Max Steiner.

Warner Bros. Pictures. Inc.; 22Jul39;
LP8979.

DAUGHTERS OF DESIRE. 1928. 6 reels.

Credits: Director. Burton King; story,
Janet Vale.

Excellent Pictures Corp.; 27Dec28;
LP25954.

THE DAUGHTERS OF MEN. 1914.

Credits: Producer. George W. Ter-
williger; adapter. Lawrence S. McCloskey.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Charles Klein,
author); title, descr. & 169 prints,
28Marl4; LU2397.

DAUGHTERS OF SENOR LOPEZ. 1913.
American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr.

6 67 prints, 16Janl3; LU271.

DAUGHTERS OF THE NIGHT. 1924.
6 reels, b&w. tinted sequences.

Credits: Director, Elmer Clifton; story,
R. T. Barrett; scenario. Willard Robert-
son.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp.. author);
26Oct24; LP20722.

DAUGHTERS OF THE RICH. Gasnier. Pre-
sented by B. P. Schulberg. 1923. 6 reels.
From the novel by Edgar Saltus.

Credits: Adaptation, Olga Printzlau,
Josephine Quirk.

Preferred Pictures, Inc.; 15Jun23;
LP19112.

DAUGHTERS OF THE SEA NORWAY.
SWEDEN. AND DENMARK. (A Fitz-
Patrick Traveltalk) 1933. 1 reel. sd.

Credits: Compiler. James A. Fitz-
Patrick; photographer. Ralph Donaldson.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; !May33;
MP4012.

DAUGHTERS OF TODAY. 1924. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Rollin Sturgeon;
story. Lucien Hubbard.
William M. Vogel; 2Feb24; LP19990.

A DAUGHTER'S SACRIFICE. 1913.
Nordisk Film Co.; title, descr. &
79 prints. 10Marl3; LU450.

A DAUGHTER'S STRANGE INHERITANCE.
1915. 3 reels.

Credits: Director. Van Dyke Brooke.
The Vitagraph Co. of America
(E. D. Ackerly. author); 30Janl5; LP4467.

DAUGHTERS WHO PAY. 1925. 6 reels.
Credits: Director. George Terwilleger;



story. William B. Laub.

Banner Productions. Inc.; 6Mar25;
LP21211.

DAVE APOLLON AND HIS CLUB CASA-
NOVA ORCHESTRA. (Melody Master)
1939. 10 min.. sd.

Credits: Director. Lloyd French.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Apr39; MP9288.

DAVE APOLLON AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
(Melody Master) 1938. llmin..sd.

Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Dec38;
MP9212.

DAVE APOLLON AND HIS RUSSIAN STARS.
1929. 1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Sep29; MP612.



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