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Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Novl3;
LP1549.

ENOCH ARDEN. SEE The Fatal Marriage.

ENRIC MADRIGUERA AND HIS ORCHES-
TRA. 1938. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Director, Lloyd French.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Sep38; LP8249.

ENTER DARCY. SEE Wanted- a Husband.

ENTER MADAME. 1922. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Wallace Worsley;
story, Gildo Varesi, Dolly Byrne.

Samuel Zieler Photoplay Corp.;
5Dec22; LP18471.

ENTER MADAME! Presented by Adolph
Zukor. 1935. 9 reels, sd. From the play
by Gilda Varesi Archibald and Dorothea
Donn-Byrne.



Credits: Producer, Benjamin Glazer; di-
rector, Elliott Nugent; screenplay, Gladys
Lehman, Charles Brackett.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 2Jan35;
LP5215.

ENTER SIR JOHN. SEE Murder.

THE ENTERTAINER. 1933. 833 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, Ralph Staub; story,
Hal Yates.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Oct33;
LP4164.

ENTERTAINING THE BOSS. Released by
Film Booking Offices of America. 1922.
2 reels.

Credits: Director, Malcolm St. Clair;
story. Carter DeHaven; scenario, Beatrice
Van.

R-C Pictures Corp.; 29Oct22;
LP18579.

ENTICEMENT. First National. 1925.
7 reels. From the novel by Clive Arden
[pseud, of Lily Clive Nutt).

Credits: Director, George Archainbaud;
adaptation, Bradley King.

Thomas H. Ince Corp.; 19Jan25;
LP21037.

ENVIRONMENT. 1915.

Credits: Scenario, Jack Freise.
Mica Film Corp. (Jack Freise, author);
title, descr. fc 32 prints, 9Marl5; LU4660.

ENVY. (The Seven Deadly Sins, no. 1) Edi-
son Studios. 1917. 5 reels, sepia.

McClure Pictures, Inc.; 20Janl7;
LP 10046.

ENVY. (The Seven Deadly Sins, no. 1) 1917.

5 reels.

Credits: Director, Richard Ridgely.
The McClure Publications, Inc.;
20Janl7; LP 10497.

ENVY. 1931. 1 reel.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Jan3"l; MP2209.

ENZYMES IN DOUGH FERMENTATION.
1934.

Standard Brands, Inc. (Standard Brands,
Inc., employer for hire of Theodore E.
Carl & Quick Landis, author); title, descr.

6 500 prints, 15May34; MU4756.

L'EPERVIER. SEE The Hawk.

L'EPOUVANTE. SEE The Roadhouse Mur-
der.

AN EQUAL CHANCE. 1913.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Nellie Brown
Duff, author); title, descr. fc 39 prints,
6Decl3; LU1736.

EQUATORIAL AFRICA: ROOSEVELT'S
HUNTING GROUNDS. 1925.

Christian Thams; title fc descr.
15Dec24; 17 prints, 26Feb25; MU2929.

EQUESTRIAN ACROBATICS. (A Pete Smith
Specialty) 1937. 756 ft., sd., b&w.
Credits: Director, David Miller.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 8Sep37;
MP7760.

L'EQUIPAGE. SEE The Woman I Love.

ERMINE AND RHINESTONES. 1925.
6 reels.

Credits: Director, Burton King; story,
Louise Winter.

Jans Productions, Inc.; 23Nov25;
LP22044.

ERNEST MALTRAVERS. 1914. 2 reels.
Biograph Co.; 10Novl4; LP3730.

ERNESTINE SCHUMANN-HEINK, PRE-
SENTS VOCAL SOLOS: A. DER ERL-
KONIG [and others]. 1927. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 18Jul27; MP4163.



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ERSTWHILE SUSAN. 1919. 6 reels. Based
on the play by Marian De Forest and on the
novel "Barnabetta" by Helen Martin.

Credits: Director, John Robertson; sce-
nario, Kathryne Stuart.

Realart Pictures Corp.; 26Octl9;
LP14386.

ESCAPADE. A Robert Z. Leonard Produc-
tion. 1935. 10 reels, sd., b&w. From the
German script "Maskerade" by Walter
Reisch.

Credits: Producer, Bernard H. Hyman;
director, Robert Z. Leonard; screenplay,
Herman J. Mankiewicz; film editor, Tom
Held.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; Uul35;
LP5656.

THE ESCAPE. (Blue Streak Western) 1926.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, Milburn Morante;
story, L. V. Jefferson; scenario, Frank
Beresford.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Apr26;
LP22637.

THE ESCAPE. 1928. 6 reels, b&w. From
the play by Paul Armstrong.

Credits: Director, Richard Rosson; sce-
nario, Paul Schofield.

Fox Film Corp.; 23Apr28; LP25173.

ESCAPE. 1930. 6,600 ft., sd. From the
play by John Galsworthy.

Credits: Producer and director, Basil
Dean; assistant director, John Burck.

RKO Productions, Inc.; 7Aug30;
LP1561.

THE ESCAPE. 1939. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Ricardo Cortez; orig-
nal screenplay, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
6Oct39; LP9212.

ESCAPE. SEE The Exquisite Sinner.
THE ESCAPE. SEE A Studio Escapade.

ESCAPE BY NIGHT. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Harold Shu-
mate; director, Hamilton MacFadden;
original screenplay, Harold Shumate; edi-
tors, Murray Seldeen, W. Donn Hayes;
music director, Alberto Colombo.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Sep37;
LP7460.

ESCAPE FROM DEVIL'S ISLAND. 1935.
7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Albert S. Rogell;
story, Fred De Gresac; screenplay, Earle
Snell, Fred Niblo, Jr.; film editor. Otto
Meyer.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Nov35;
LP7218. (See also Song of the Damned;
5Nov35; LP5919)

ESCAPE ME NEVER. Released through
United Artists. 1935. 11 reels, sd. From
the play by Margaret Kennedy.

Credits: Director, Paul Czinner; screen-
play. Carl Zuckmayer; scenario, R. J.
Cullen; film editor, David Lean; music di-
rector. Max Grunebaum; music, William
Walton.

British & Dominions Film Corp., Ltd.;
12Jun35; LP5610.

THE ESCAPE OF BRONCHO BILLY. 1915.
1 reel.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 29Novl5;
LP7094.

THE ESCAPE OF JIM DO LAN. 1913.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Tom Mix, author);
title, descr.-& 80 prints, 13Novl3; LU1572.

ESCAPED FROM SIBERIA. 1914.
Credits: Producer, Sidney M. Goldin.
Great Players Feature Film Corp.
(Sidney M. Goldin. author); title, descr &
104 prints, 28Aprl4; LU2687.



ESCAPED THE LAW, BUT . Great North-
ern. 1915.

Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title,
descr. & 68 prints, 24Jull5; LU5913.

THE ESKIMO. 1922. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Slim Summerville.
William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
27Aug22; LP19048.

ESKIMO. 1934. 12 reels, sd., b&w. From
the books "Der Eskimo" and "Die Flucht
ins Weisse Land" by Peter Freuchen.

Credits: John Lee Mahin; producer. Hunt
Stromberg; director, W. S. Van Dyke;
film editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 9Jan34;
LP4413.

ESMERALDA. 1915.

Famous Players Film Co. (Frances H.
Burnett, author); title, descr. & 23 prints,
2Sepl5; LU6267.

ESPIONAGE. 1937. 8 reels, sd., b&w.
From the play by Walter Hackett.

Credits: Producer, Harry Rapf; direc-
tor, Kurt Neumann; screenplay, Manuel
Seff, Leonard Lee, Ainsworth Morgan;
film editor, W. Donn Hayes; music score,
William Axt.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 24Feb37;
LP6959.

ESPIONAGE AGENT. First National. 1939.
9 reels.

Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; original
story, Robert Henry Buckner; screenplay.
Warren Duff, Michael Fessier, Frank
Donoghue.

Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.;
30Sep39; LP9140.

THE ESSANAY-CHAPLIN REVUE OF 1916.
1916. 5 reels. Arranged by Essanay from
the Essanay-Chaplin films The Tramp,"
"His New Job," and "A Night Out."
Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 4Octl6;
LP9254.

THE ESTERBROOK CASE. 1915. 3 reels.
Credits: Director, Lorimer Johnston.
The Vitagraph Co. of America (Ouida
Bergere, author); 15Mayl5; LP5295.

ESTHER. 1914.

Eclectic Film Co. (F. Wolff, author);
title, descr. & 38 prints, llMarH;
LU2299.

ESTHER. 1915.

Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co.,
Ltd., author); title, descr. & 16 prints,
17Decl5; LU7231.

ESTHER (Book of the Old Testament) SEE
Blind Prejudice.

THE ESTRANGEMENT. 1914. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer, Oscar Eagle.
Selig Polyscope Co. (A. Bruce Camp-
bell, author); 14Aprl4; LP2621.

ETERNAL AMOUR. SEE His Sweetheart's
Child.

ETERNAL BARRIER. SEE Sarah Padden in
The Eternal Barrier.

THE ETERNAL CITY. First National.
Presented by Samuel Goldwyn. 1923.
8 reels. From the story by Sir Hall Caine.

Credits: Producer, George Fitzmaurice;
scenario, Ouida Bergere.

Madison Productions, Inc.; 31Dec23;
LP19782.

THE ETERNAL FEMININE. 1915. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, George O. Nicholls.
Selig Polyscope Co. (George O.
Nicholls. author); HSepl5; LP6377.

THE ETERNAL FIRE. World Window Pro-
ductions. Presented by F. W. Keller.
1939. 1 reel, sd., color.



Credits: Producer, John Hanau; direc-
tors, Pietro Francisci, H. Nieter; music,
Enzo Masetti.

United Artists Corp.; 9Jun39; MP9473.

THE ETERNAL FLAME. Presented by
Joseph M. Schenck. 1922, 8 reels. Adap-
ted from "La Duchesse de Langeais" by
Balzac.

Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd; adapta-
tion, Frances Marion.

Joseph M. Schenck; 16Aug22; LP18154.

ETERNAL FOOLS. 1930.

Joseph Seiden (Harry Kalmanowitz, au-
thor); title, descr. & 7 prints, 4Oct30;
LU1640.

THE ETERNAL GRIND. 1916.

Famous Players Film Co. (William H.
Clifford, author); title, descr. & 20 prints,
10Marl6; LU7797.

THE ETERNAL JEW. 1933. 6 reels, sd.

Jewish Talking Picture Co., Inc.
(Abraham Armband, author); title, descr.
& 10 prints, 28Feb33; LU3691.

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 1919. 8 reels.'
Credits: Arranged and edited by O. E.

Goebel, Conde B. Fallen.
Catholic Art Association, Inc. (Otto E.

Goebel, author); 19Febl9; LP13412.

ETERNAL LOVE. Butterfly. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Douglas Gerrard; sce-
nario, E. M. Ingleton.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Aprl7;
LP10607.

ETERNAL LOVE. Presented by Joseph M.
Schenck. 1929. 9 reels. From the story
"Der Konig der Bernina" by J. C. Heer.

Credits: Produced and directed by Ernst
Lubitsch; adaptation, Hans Kraly; film ed-
itor, Andrew Marton.

Feature Productions, Inc. (Jacob
Christof Heer, author); 15May29; LP530.

THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE. Presented
by Samuel Goldwyn. 1919. 5 reels. From
the stage play by Robert H. McLaughlin.

Credits: Director, Arthur Hopkins.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 19Marl9;
LP13533.

THE ETERNAL MASCULINE. SEE Two
Heads on a Pillow.

THE ETERNAL MOTHER. 1917. 5 reels.
Based on the novej "Red Horse Hill" by
Sidney McCall [pseud, of Mary McNeil
Fenollosa].

Credits: Director, Frank Reicher; sce-
nario, Mary Murillo.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 20Novl7;
LP11730.

THE ETERNAL MOTHER. 1921.

Credits: J. K. Holbrook; producer, A. J.
Bimberg; director, William Davis.

Pioneer Film Corp.; title, descr. &
285 prints, 30Mar21; LU16338.

THE ETERNAL QUESTION. 1916. For the
Metro Program. 5 reels.
Credits: Director, Burton King.
Popular Plays and Players, Inc.;
6Jull6; LP8639.

THE ETERNAL SACRIFICE. SEE The Cru-
cial Test.

THE ETERNAL SAPHO. 1916. For Fox
Film Corp. 5 reels.

Credits: Producer, Bertram Bracken;
adaptation, Mary Murillo.

William Fox (Mary Murillo, author);
7Mayl6; LP8242.

THE ETERNAL SIN. 1917. 6 reels. Adapt-
ed from "Lucretia Borgia" by Victor Hugo.

Credits: Adaptation and direction,
Herbert Brenon; scenario, George Ed-
wardes-Hall.



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THE ETERNAL SIN. Cont'd.

Herbert Brenon Film Corp.; 24Marl7;
LP10448.

THE ETERNAL STRUGGLE. Presented by
Louis B. Mayer. 1923. 8 reels. From the
novel "The Law Bringers" by G. B. Lan-
caster [pseud, of Edith J. Lyttleton).

Credits: Producer and director, Reginald
Barker; scenario, Monte M. Katterjohn;
adaptation, J. G. Hawks; film editor, Rob-
ert J. Kern.

Louis B. Mayer Productions; 5Sep23;
LP19403.

THE ETERNAL TEMPTRESS. 1917.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, Etnile Chautard; sce-
nario. Eve Unsell.

Famous Players Film Co.; 26Novl7;
LP11754.

THE ETERNAL THREE. 1923. 7 reels.

Credits: Marshall Neilan; directors,
Marshall Neilan, Frank J. Urson.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 23Sep23;
LP19510.



HE ETERNAL TRIANGLE. 1919. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Norman Dawn; story,
ames H. Finn.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 27Octl9;
"14343.



E ETERNAL TRIANGLE. 1922.
Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, au-
r); title, descr. & 16 prints, 3Apr22;
2128.

E ETERNAL TRIANGLE. 1930. 1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 11 Jun30; MP1624.



THE ETERNAL WAY. Big U. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by
C. Elfelt. ,

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Sepl6;
LP9157.

THE ETERNAL WOMAN. 1929. 6 reels.
Adapted from the story "The Wildcat."

Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director,
John P. McCarthy; screenplay, Wellyn
Totman.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Jun29-
LP470.

ETERNALLY YOURS. A Tay Garnett Pro-
duction. Presented by Walter Wanger.
Released by United Artists. 1939.
11 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Walter Wanger; di-
:ctor, Tay Garnett; original screenplay,
ne Towne, Graham Baker; additional
logue, John Meehan; film editors. Otto
'vering, Dorothy Spencer; music com-
ised and directed by Werner Janssen.
Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.;
OOct39; LP9187.

ETHEL GREY TERRY IN SHARP TOOLS.
1928. 2 reels, sd.
Vitaphone Corp.; 12Sep28; MP5352.





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HEL SINCLAIR AND MARGE LA MARR,
T THE SEASHORE. 1929. 1 reel, sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 4May29; MP164.



ETHEL'S BURGLAR. Big U. 1915. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by Mur-
'ock J. MacQuarrie.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; lOAuglS;
' ^6069.

THER TALKS. 1931. 1 reel.
Credits: Houston Day.
Van Beuren Corp.; 12Dec31; LP2750.

ETHICS OF THE PROFESSION.
1914.

Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 74 prints,
5Junl4; LU2805.

ETHIOPIA. (A Walter Futter Novelty)
Columbia. 1934. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Producer, Walter A. Futter;



written and spoken by John P. Medbury.

The Futter Corp., Ltd./ 17Jun34;
MP4822.

ETHIOPIA. 1936. 400 ft., si., 16mm.

Burton Holmes Films, Inc.; 15Feb36;
MP6474.

ETHIOPIA. 1936. 400 ft., sd., 16mm.
Credits: Narrator, Harlow Wilcox.
Burton Holmes Films, Inc.; 15Feb36;
MP6475.

ETIENNE OF THE GLAD HEART. 1914.
2 reels.

Credits: Producer, Colin Campbell.
Selig Polyscope Co. (Maibelle Heikes
Justice, author); 15Jull4; LP3052.

THE ETIOLOGY OF HEMORRHOIDS,
PRURITUS ANI, ISCHIORECTAL ABSCESS,
AND FISTULA, AND THEIR CURE BY AM-
BULANT PROCTOLOGIC METHODS.
1930.

Isidore Morton Brenner; title, descr. &
9 prints, 19May30; MU1564.

ETIQUETTE. 1924. 2 reels.

Credits: Directors, Lou Seller, Clyde
Carruth.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
24Feb24; LP19943.

ETIQUETTE. 1925. 2 reels.

Standard Cinema Corp.; 15Jul25;
LP21726.

ETIQUETTE. (Easy Aces, no. 4) 1935.

1 reel.

The Van Beuren Corp.; 29Nov35;
MP6228.

ETTA OF THE FOOTLIGHTS. 1914.

2 reels.

The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A.
Tremayne, author); 25Aprl4; LP2590.

ETTING, RUTH. SEE Favorite Melodies,
Featuring Ruth Etting.

EUGENE ARAM. 1915. 4,000ft. An adap-
tation of the novel by Edward Bulwer Lyt-
ton.

Credits: Direction and scenario by Rich-
ard Ridgely.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; UullS;
LP5710.

THE EUGENIC GIRL. 1914. 1,000 ft.
Credits: Producer, Thomas Santschi.
Selig Polyscope Co. (James Oliver Cur-
wood, author); 2Sepl4; LP3303.

EUGENICS AT BAR U RANCH. 1914.
1 reel.

Credits: Producer, Marshall Farnum.
Selig Polyscope Co. (William E. Wing,
author); HMayl4; LP2754.

EUGENICS VERSUS LOVE. 1914.

American Film Mfg. Co. (M. R. Mc-
Kinstry, author); title & 72 prints,
18Mayl4; descr., 16Mayl4; LU2732.

EUGENIE GRANDET. SEE The Conquering
Power.

EUROPE AT WAR. SEE Called to the Front.

EUROPE IN AMERICA AND AMERICA IN
EUROPE: ITALY. 1923.

Pompilio Smaldone; title, descr. 8t
69 prints, 23May23; MU2294.

EVA. 1917.

Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title,
descr. & 120 prints, 2Janl7; LU9871.

EVA, THE CIGARETTE GIRL. 1914.

Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 89 prints,
27Junl4; LU2923.

EVA THE FIFTH. SEE The Girl in the
Show.



EVANGELINE. 1914. Based on the poem
by Longfellow. 5 reels.

Credits: Staged by E. P. Sullivan, W. H.
Cavanaugh.

Canadian Bioscope Co., Ltd. (Margue-
rite Marquis, author); title & 164 prints,
!Augl4; descr., 13Augl4; LU3208.

EVANGELINE. 1919. 5 reels. From the
poem by Henry W. Longfellow.

Credits: Scenario and direction, R. A.
Walsh.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
19Augl9; LP14135.

EVANGELINE. Presented by Edwin Carewe.
1929. 9 reels. From the poem by Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow.

Credits: Produced and directed by Edwin
Carewe; screen story. Finis Fox; film ed-
itor, Jeanne Spencer.

Edwin Carewe-Feature Productions,
Inc. (Finis Fox, author); Uul29; LP531.

THE EVANGELIST. 1915.

Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S; title,
descr. & 50 prints, 2Febl5; LU4425.

THE EVANGELIST. 1916. 4 reels.

Credits: Producer, Barry O'Neil; adapta-
tion. Clay M. Greene.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Clay M. Greene, au-
thor); 17Janl6; LP7438.

EVANGELISTIC POSES OF AIMEE SEM-
PLE MCPHERSON. 1927. 1 reel.

W. H. Ball & A. S. Soule (W. H. Ball,
author); 8Mar27; MP3837.

EVANS AND BELASCO. ( Metro Movietone
Act) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 26Aug29; MP795.

EVAN'S LUCKY DAY. Beauty. 1915.
American Film Mfg. Co. (Verdinal
Cooley, author); title & descr., 14Janl5 ;
66 prints, 15Janl5; LU4194.

EVE IN EXILE. 1919. 7 reels. From the
play and novel by Cosmo Hamilton.

Credits: Director, Burton George.

American Film Co., Inc.; 26Novl9;
LP14468.

THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTION. (The
Chronicles of America Series) 1924.
From the book by Carl Becker.

Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb; adap-
tation, George Pierce Baker, James P.
Munroe.

Chronicles of America Picture Corp.
(George Pierce Baker and Jas. P. Munroe,
authors); title, descr. & 60 prints, 29Oct24;
LU20714.

THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTION. SEE The
Declaration of Independence.

EVELYN PRENTICE. Cosmopolitan. 1934.
8 reels, sd., b&w. From the novel by W. E.
Woodward.

Credits: Producer, John W. Considine,
Jr.; director, William K. Howard; screen-
play, Lenore Coffee; film editor, Frank
Hall; music score, Oscar Radln.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 7Nov34;
LP5127.

EVEN AS EVE. 1920. 6 reels.

Credits: Directors, B. A. Rolfe, Chester
Devonde; story, Robert W. Chambers.

** Associated First National Pictures,
Inc.; 20Jan20; LP17445.

EVEN AS HIM AND HER. 1917. 2 reels.

Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; di-
rector, Phil Durham.

L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany;
19Octl7; LP11611.

EVEN AS YOU AND I. 1917. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Lois Weber; story,
Willis Woods; scenario, Maude Grange.



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EVEN AS YOU AND L Cont'd.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
27Marl7; LP10700.

AN EVEN EXCHANGE. 1913.

American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr.
& 48 prints, 29Octl3; LU1476.

EVEN IN EDEN. 1923.

Forrest W. Tebbetts; title, descr. t
47 prints, 16Feb23; LU18676.

EVEN UP. (A Fistical Culture Comedy)
1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Albert Herman; story,
William Henry Cook; adapted and titled by
Joseph Basil.

The Bray Productions, Inc.; 10Jan27;
LP23521.

AN EVENING ALONE. Presented by Metro-
Goldwyn- Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd., biw.

Credits: Director, Roy Rowland; screen-
play, Robert Lees, Fred Rinaldo.

Loew's Inc.; 18May38; LP8064.

AN EVENING AT HOME WITH HITCHY.
SEE Raymond Hitchcock in An Evening at
Home with Hitchy.

EVENING CLOTHES. Paramount. Pre-
sented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
Lasky. 1927. 7 reels. From the play
"The Man in Dress Clothes" by Andre
Picard and Yves Mirande.

Credits: Director, Luther Reed; continu-
ity, John McDormott.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
19Mar27; LP23777.

AN EVENING IN A JEWISH CAMP. 1931.
1 reel, sd.

Judea Films, Inc. (Samuel Secunda, au-
thor); title, descr. & 1 print, 13May31;
LU2226.

AN EVENING ON THE DON; Balalaika Or-
chestra, Men and Women Singing, Playing,
and Dancing. 1927. 1 reel, sd.
Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3925.

AN EVENING WITH WILDER SPENDER.
1913.

Biograph Co. (Irma Skinner, author);
title, descr. & 70 prints, 27Octl3;
LU1463.

EVENINGS FOR SALE. 1932. 7 reels, sd.
Credits: Director, Stuart Walker; story,
I. A. R. Wylie; screenplay, S. K. Lauren,
Agnes Brand Leahy.

Paramount Publix Corp.; HNov32;
LP3410.

EVENSONG. 1934. 9 reels, sd. Based on
the play by Edward Knoblock and Beverley
Nichols and adapted from the novel by
Beverley Nichols.

Credits: Director, Victor Saville; adap-
tation, Dorothy Farnum; scenario and di-
alogue, Edward Knoblock; editor. Otto Lud-
wig; music director, Louis Levy.

Gaumont British Picture Corp. of
America (Gaumont British Picture Corp.,
Ltd., author); 17Sep34; LP5184.

AN EVENTFUL EVENING. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer, Tom Mix.
Selig Polyscope Co. (Victoria Forde,
author); 30Sepl6; LP9230.

EVENTS OF THE WORLD'S FAIR. (A Cen-
tury of Progress Exposition) 1933.

1 reel.

Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T. Cow-
ling, author); 15Oct33; MP4375.

EVENTUALLY BUT NOT NOW. 1930.

2 reels.

Credits: Director, Lewis Foster; story,
E. V. Durling, Johnnie Grey.

Standard Cinema Corp.; 13Apr30;
LP1282.



THE EVER GALLANT MARQUIS. 1914.
1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Ashley
Miller.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 27Junl4;
LP2933.

EVER IN MY HEART. 1933. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Archie Mayo; story,
Beulah Marie Dix, Bertram Milhauser;
screenplay, Bertram Milhauser.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.;
20Nov33; LP4253.

EVER SINCE EVE. 1921. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Howard M. Mitchell;
story, Joseph Ernest Peat; scenario,
Dorothy Yost.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
28Aug21; LP16950.

EVER SINCE EVE. 1934. 6,650 ft., sd.
From "The Heir to the Hoorah" by Paul
Armstrong.

Credits: Director, George Marshall;
screenplay, Henry Johnson, Stuart Anthony;
music director, Samuel Kaylin.

Fox Film Corp.; 6Feb34; LP4461.

EVER SINCE EVE. Cosmopolitan. First
National. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; story,
Margaret Lee, Gene Baker; screenplay,
Lawrence Riley, Earl Baldwin, Lillie Hay-
ward.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Jul37;
LP7273.

EVERGREEN. 1934. 9 reels, sd. Based on
the play by Benn W. Levy.

Credits: Director, Victor Saville; sce-
nario, Marjorie Gaffney; adaptation and di-
alogue, Emlyn Williams.

Gaumont British Picture Corp. of
America (Gaumont British Picture Corp.,
Ltd., author); 7Jun34; LP5199.

THE EVERGREEN EMPIRE. (Lowell Thom-
as' Magic Carpet of Movietone) 1939.
1 reel. sd.

Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; edi-
tor. Lew Lehr; music score, John Rochetti.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
13Oct39; MP9741.

THE EVERLASTING TRIANGLE. 1914.
1 reel.

Credits: Charles M. Seay; director, John
H. Collins.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 24Octl4;
LP3615.

THE EVERLASTING WHISPER. 1925.
6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences. Based on
the novel by Jackson Gregory.

Credits: Director, J. G. Blystone; scena-
rio, Wyndam Gittens.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
4Oct25; LP21874.

EVERYBODY DANCE. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Charles Reisner;
story, Leslie Arliss, Stafford Dickens;
screenplay, Leslie Arliss, Ralph Spence;
editors, R. E. Dearing, T. R. Fisher;
music director, Louis Levy.

Gaumont British Picture Corp. of
America (Gaumont British Picture Corp.,
Ltd.. author); 4Oct36; LP7015.

EVERYBODY LIKES MUSIC. RKO Radio
Pictures. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Supervision, Monroe Shaff; di-
rector, Leigh Jason; story, Arthur Jarrett,
Sr., H. O. Kusell.

Van Beuren Corp.; 9Apr34; LP4606.

EVERYBODY SING. (Oswald Cartoon)
Snappy. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; story,
Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; animation,
Ray Abrams, Bill Mason.

Universal Pictures Co. Inc.; 4Feb37;
MP7145.



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EVERYBODY SING. Presented by Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 10 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits: Producer, Harry Rapf; director,
Edwin L. Marin; original story and screen-
play, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan
Woolf; additional dialogue, James Gruen;
film editor, William S. Gray; music direc-
tor, William Axt; music, Kaper and Jur-
mann; orchestrations, George Bassman.

Loew's, Inc.; 28Jan38; LP7786.

EVERYBODY STEP IN MUSICOLOR; a Syn-
chronized Mobile Color Arrangement; a
Tempochrome Study of Irving Berlin's
"Everybody Step." 1922.

Maurice Swaby Wetzel; title, descr. &
5 prints, 13May22; MU2150.

EVERYBODY'S ACTING. Paramount. Pre-
sented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
Lasky. 1926. 7 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Mar-
shall A. Neilan; scenario, Benjamin
Glazer.

Famous Players Lasky Corp.; 17Nov26;
LP23345.

EVERYBODY'S BABY. 1939. 5,459 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, Malcolm St. Clair;
original story, Hilda Stone, Betty Rein-
hardt; screenplay, Frances Hyland, Albert
Ray, Karen de Wolf, Robert Chapin; music
director, Samuel Kaylin.

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.;
24Mar39; LP8765.

EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS. 1919.

W. H. Productions, Co. (J. Searle
Dawley, author); title, descr. & 83 prints,
23Mayl9; LU13746.

EVERYBODY'S DOIN 1 IT. 1936. 1 reel.
AudiVision, Inc.; 17Mar36; MP6346.

EVERYBODY'S DOIN' IT. 1937. For The
Standard Gas Equipment Corp. Filmstrip,
63 frames, sd.
AudiVision, Inc.; !Oct37; MP7822.

EVERYBODY'S DOING IT. 1938. 7 reels.

Credits: Producer, William Sistrom; di-
rector, Christy Cabanne; story, George
Beck; screenplay, J. Robert Bren, Edmund
Joseph, Harry Segall; editor, Ted Chees-
man; music director, Frank Tours; music,



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