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Hal Borne.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Jan38;
LP7728.

EVERYBODY'S FLYING. 1928. 1 reel.
Credits: Paul Terry, John Foster.
Pathe Exchange. Inc.; 17Jan28;
MP4630.

EVERYBODY'S GIRL. 1918. 5 reels. From
the story "Brick Dust Row" by O. Henry
[pseud, of William Sydney Porter).

Credits: Director, Tom Terris.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Sepl8;
LP12913.

EVERYBODY'S HOBBY. First National.
1939. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, William McGann;
original story, William W. Brockway;
screenplay, Kenneth Garnet, William W.
Brockway.

Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.;
26Aug39; LP9064.

EVERYBODY'S OLD MAN. 1936. 9 reels,
sd. Suggested by the story by Edgar
Franklin [pseud, of Edgar Franklin
Stearns).

Credits: Director, James Flood; screen-
play, Patterson McNutt, A. E. Thomas;
music director, James Buttolph.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
20Mar36; LP6333.



EVERYBODY'S SWEETHEART. Presented
by Lewis J. Selznick. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Laurence Trimble;
story, John Lynch; editor, Duncan






Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



EVERYBODY'S SWEETHEART. Cont'd.
Mansfield.

Selznick Pictures Corp.; 7Oct20;
LP15643.

THE EVERYDAY MYSTERY. 1923.
Stuart Mack [pseud, of Leo Stuart
McNutt].
1. title, descr., 25Sep23; 32 prints,

27Nov23; LU19658.
3. title, descr., 25Sep23; 27 prints,
27Nov23; LU19659.

AN EVERYDAY OCCURRENCE. SEE
Wilbur Mack & Gertrude Purdy.

EVERY DAY'S A HOLIDAY. Presented by
AdolphZukor. 1938. 9 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Emanuel Cohen; di-
rector, A. Edward Sutherland; screenplay,
Mae West; film editor, Ray Curtiss.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 14Jan38;
LP7739.

EVERY GALLON COUNTS. 1934.

Shell Oil Co. (S. Stanislaus, author);
title, descr. & 2 prints, 26Nov34; MU5120.

EVERY GIRL'S DREAM. 1917. For Fox
Film Corp. 6 reels. From the book by
Clifford Howard.

Credits: Director. Harry Millarde; story,
Clifford Howard; scenario, Adrian John-
on.

William Fox (Adrian Johnson, author);
Augl7; LP11313.



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EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF. (Our Gang

/omedy) 1924.
Credits: Producer, Hal Roach.
i Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 40 prints, 2Oct24-
LU20625.

EVERY MAN'S MONEY. Powers. 1915.
1 reel.

Credits: Harvey Gates; producer, Lynn
Reynolds.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.; 17Sepl5-
LP6393.

EVERY MAN'S PRICE. 1921.

Credits: Director, Burton King.

J. W. Film Corp. (F. McGrew Willis,
author); title, descr. & 105 prints,
3Jun21; LU16720.

EVERY MAN'S WIFE. 1925. 5 reels
tinted.

Credits: Director, Maurice Elvey; story,
Ethel Hill, Enid Hibbard; scenario, Lillie
Hayward.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author)-
31May25; LP21548.

EVERY MOTHER'S SON. 1918. 5 reels.
Credits: Scenario and direction, R. A.
Walsh.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp author)-
15Decl8; LP13200.

EVERY NIGHT AT EIGHT. Presented by
Adolph Zukor. 1935. 9 reels, sd. From
the original story "Three on a Mike" by
Stanley Garvey.

Credits: Producer, Walter Wanger; di-
rector. Raoul Walsh; screenplay. Gene
Towne, Graham Baker; additional dialogue,
Bert Hanlon; film editor, W. Don Hayes;
music and lyrics, Dorothy Fields James
McHugh.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 6Aug35-
LP5702.

EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. 1936. 5.545ft.,
sd. Based on the play by Katharine
Kavanaugh.

Credits: Director, James Tinling; screen-
play. Edward Eliscu; music director,
Samuel Kaylin.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
7Feb36; LP6360.

EVERY SUNDAY. (A Tabloid Musical)
1936. 1 reel. sd.



Credits: Mauri Grashin; director, Felix
E. Feist.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 9Dec36;
MP7038.

EVERYTHING AGAINST HIM. 1914. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.
The Vitagraph Co. of America (Alfred
Marquis, author); 12Novl4; LP3749.

EVERYTHING BUT THE TRUTH. 1920.
5 reels.

Credits: Directors, Eddie Lyons, Lee
Moran; story, Edgar Franklin, scenario,
Philip Hurn.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
21May20; LP15152.

EVERYTHING FOR SALE. 1921. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Frank O'Connor;
story. Hector Turnbull.

Realart Pictures Corp.; 25Aug21;
LP16893.

EVERYTHING IS THUNDER. 1936. 9 reels,
sd. From the novel by Jocelyn Lee Hardy.

Credits: Director, Milton Rosmer;
screenplay, Marion Dix, John Orton; edi-
tor, C. Saunders; music director, Louis
Levy.

Gaumont British Picture Corp. of
America (Gaumont British Picture Corp.,
Ltd., author); 16Aug36; LP6900.

EVERYTHING IT TAKES. 1937.

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.;
title, descr. & 1804 prints, 7Jul37;
MU7650.

EVERYTHING MONEY CAN BUY. SEE
After Business Hours.

EVERYTHING'S DUCKY. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; direc-
tor, Ben Holmes; story, Johnnie Grey,
Joseph A. Fields; additional dialogue,
Bobby Clark; film editor, Edward Mann.

RKO Radio Pictures. Inc.; 15Oct34;
LP5021.

EVERYTHING'S ON ICE. Presented by RKO
Radio Pictures. Inc. 1939. 67 min., sd.

Credits: Producer, Sol Lesser; director,
Erie C. Kenton; screenplay, Adrian Landis,
Sherman Lowe; film editor, Arthur Hilton;
music director, Lud Gluskin.

Principal Productions, Inc.; 6Oct39;
LP9292.

EVERYTHING'S ROSIE. 1931. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Louis
Sarecky; director, Clyde Bruckman; story,
Al Boasberg; screenplay, Tim Whelan;
dialogue, Ralph Spence, Al Boasberg.

RKO Radio Pictures. Inc.; 22May31;
LP2303.

EVERYWOMAN. Paramount-Artcraft.
Presented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1919.
8 reels. From the play by Walter Browne.

Credits: Director, George Melford; sce-
nario, Will M. Ritchey.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
29Octl9; LP14383.

EVE'S DAUGHTER. 1914. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Wilfred North.
Vitagraph Co. of America (Rella Young,
author); 26Mayl4; LP2766.

EVE'S DAUGHTER. 1918. 5 reels.

Credits: Director. James Kirkwood;
story, Alicia Ramsey; scenario, Margaret
Turnbull.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
23Febl8; LP12097.

EVE'S FALL. (Whoopee Comedies) 1930.
2 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Gordon Bostock; di-
rector, Monty Banks; story, Arthur
Eckersley, Gordon Bostock.

Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 20Aug30;
LP1528.



EVE'S LEAVES. Presented by Cecil B.
DeMille. Released by Producers Distrib-
uting Corp. 1926. 7 reels. From the play
by Harry Chapman Ford.

Credits: Producer and director, Paul
Sloane; adaptation, Elmer Harris.

Cinema Corporation of America;
10May26; LP22698.

EVE'S LOVE LETTERS. 1927.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 36 prints, HApr27;
LU23847.

EVE'S LOVER. 1925. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; story,
Mrs. W. K. Clifford; adaptation, Darryl
Francis Zanuck.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Apr25;
LP21321.

EVE'S SECRET. Paramount. Presented by
Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1925.
6,305 ft. From Zoe Akin's adaptation of
the play "Moonflower" by Lajos Bird.

Credits: Director. Clarence Badger;
screenplay, Adelaide Heilbron.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
15May25; LP21465.

EVIDENCE. 1916.

Credits: Adapted and directed by Edwin
August.

World Film Corp. (Edwin August, au-
thor); title & descr., 9Decl6; 217 prints,
HDecl6; LU9693.

THE EVIDENCE. Special Big U. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Robert Z. Leonard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
30Octl6; LP9426.

EVIDENCE. Presented by Lewis J. Selz-
nick. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, George Archainbaud;
scenario, Edward J. Montagne.

Selznick Pictures Corp.; 5May22;
LP17845.

EVIDENCE. Vitaphone. 1929. 8 reels, sd.
Based on the play "Divorce Evidence" by
J. Du Rocher MacPherson.

Credits: Director, John Adolfij scenario,
J. Grubb Alexander.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Sep29;
LP716.

EVIDENCE. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Sep29; MP715.

EVIDENCE AND THE LAW. Lone Star
Western. 1919.

Credits: Written and directed by Aubrey
M. Kennedy.

William Steiner (Aubrey M. Kennedy,
author); title, descr. & 194 prints,
4Octl9; LU14248.

THE EVIL EYE. Released by Paramount
Pictures Corp. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: George D. Proctor; producer,
George H. Melford; story. Hector Turn-
bull.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.;
27 Decl6; LP9837.

THE EVIL EYE. 1920. 2 reels each.
Ascher's Enterprises, Inc.

Credits: Director. J. Gordon Cooper;
story and scenario, Roy L. McCardell.

1. Below the Deadline. 16Mar20;
LP14900.

2. In the House of the Blind Men.
16Mar20; LP14901.

3. The Golden Locket. 16Mar20;
LP14902.

4. The Vengeance of the Dead.
21Apr20; LP15037.

5. Trapped by Treachery. 21Apr20;
LP15038.

6. On the Wings of Death. 8May2C.
LP15132.

7. The Double Cross. 15May20;
LP15142.



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Cumulative Copyright Catalog



THE EVIL EYE. Cont'd.

11. A Monstrous Menace. 18Jun20;
LP15288.

THE EVIL EYE CONQUERS. (The Great
Hokum Mystery) (A Johnnie Walker Nov-
elty) Atlas Sound Studios. Educational
Film Exchanges, Inc. Presented by E. W.
Hammons. 1933. 1,300 ft., sd.

Credits: Miller and Lehr; associate pro-
ducer, Monroe Gold; narrator. Lew Lehr;
music director, Paul Vincent.

Johnnie Walker; 8Jan33; LP3S50.

THE EVIL GENIUS. 1913.

Societe Franchise des Films et Cin-
ematographies Eclair; title, descr. &
70 prints, 10Febl3; LU363.

THE EVIL MEN DO. 1914. 3 reels.

Vitagraph Co. of America (Edward
William Towler, author); 24Decl4;
LP4076.

THE EVIL OF SUSPICION. Laemmle.
1915. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by Rupert
Julian.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
20Decl5; LP7256.

THE EVIL SHE DID. 1914. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer, E. A. Martin.
Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton,
author); 14Aprl4; LP2584.

THE EVIL THEREOF. 1913. 1 reel.
Credits: Ashton Crawford.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 4Junl3;
LP819.

THE EVIL THEREOF. 1916.

Famous Players Film Co. (Channing
Pollock and Rennold Wolf, authors);
title, descr. & 20 prints, Uunl6; LU8394.

THE EVIL WOMEN DO. 1916. 5 reels.
From the story by Emile Gaboriau.

Credits: Director, Rupert Julian; sce-
nario and adaptation, E. J. Clawson.

Blue Bird Photoplays, Inc.; 2Sepl6;
LP9042.

EVOLUTION. 1930. 1 reel.

The Vitaphone Corp.; HJunSO; MP1618.

EVOLUTION. 1932. 3 reels.

Credits: Preparation and dialogue by
Allyn B. Carrick; live animal sequences
by Raymond L. Ditmars.

Ideal Pictures Corp.; 17Aug32; MP3526.

THE EVOLUTION OF CUTEY. 1915. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Wally Van [pseud, of
Wally Van Nostrand].

The Vitagraph Co. of America (Templar
Saxe, author); 6Aprl5; LP5404.

THE EVOLUTION OF DDCIE. 1927. 1 reel.

Credits: Music, Mayhew Lester Lake;
conductor, Herman Heller.
Vitaphone Corp.; 2Jul27; MP4127.

THE EVOLUTION OF KATHERINE. SEE
Desperation.
Driven.

THE EVOLUTION OF PERCIVAL. 1914.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Lee Beggs.

Vitagraph Co. of America (Ed. J.
Montagne & George H. Plympton, authors);
12Octl4; LP3530.

THE EXALTED FLAPPER. 1929. 6 reels.
Credits: Director. James Tinling; story.
Will Irwin; scenario. Matt Taylor; musi-
cal score arranged and directed by Arthur
Kay.
Fox Film Corp.; 6Jun29; LP444 .

EX- BAD BOY. 1931. 7 reels. From "The
Whole Town's Talking" by John Emerson



and Anita Loos.

Credits: Director, Vin Moore; screen-
play. Dale Van Every.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Jun31;
LP2308.

EX-BARTENDER. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Frank Strayer; story
and dialogue, Scott Darling.

Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 19Dec30;
LP1843.

EXCESS BAGGAGE. National Film Corp. of
America. Presented by Smiling Bill
Parsons. 1920. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Harry Edwards; story,
Monte B. Rice.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp. (National Film
Corp. of America, author); 21Mar20;
LP16097.

EXCESS BAGGAGE. (Juvenile Comedies)
1926. 2 reels.

Credits: Supervision, Jack White; direc-
tor, Charles Lament.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
12Aug26; LP23016.

EXCESS BAGGAGE. 1928. 8 reels, b&w.
Based on the play by John McGowan.

Credits: Producer and director, James
Cruze; continuity, Frances Marion; film
editor, George Hively.

Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 8Sep28; LP25612.

EX-CHAMP. 1939. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Burt Kelly;
director, Philip Rosen; original story,
Gordon Kahn; screenplay, Alex Gottlieb.
Edmund L. Hartmannj film editor, Bernard
Burton.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 17May39;
LP8849.

AN EXCHANGE OF WIVES. 1925. 7 reels.
From the play by Cosmo Hamilton.

Credits: Director, Hobart Henley; adap-
tation, Frederic and Fanny Hatton.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; 5Nov25;
LP21984.

EXCITEMENT. 1924. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Robert F. Hill; story,
Crosby George.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Mar24;
LP 19967.

THE EXCITERS. Paramount. Presented by
Adolph Zukor. 1923. 6 reels. From the
play by Martin Brown.

Credits: Director, Maurice Campbell;
adaptation, John Colton, Sony a Levien.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
3Jun23; LP19025.

AN EXCITING DAY. Mustang. 1927.
2 reels.

Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; story and
continuity, George Morgan.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Apr27;
LP23856.

EXCLUSIVE ADVANTAGES OF WILLYS
KNIGHT TRUCKS. 1930. 1 reel.

Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J.
Faller, author); 16Jun30; MP1713.

EXCLUSIVE FEATURES OF THE SUPERI-
OR WHIPPET SIX. 1929. 1 reel.

Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J.
Faller, author); 8May29; MP388.

EXCLUSIVE OFFICIAL MOTION PICTURES
OF SCHMELING-STRIBLING HEAVY-
WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING CON-
TEST. 1931.

Gramercy Pictures, Inc.; title, descr.
& 28 prints, 7Jul31; MU2675.

EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS. 1926. 6 reels. From
the story "The Invisible Government" by
Jerome N. Wilson.



Credits: Director, Frank O'Connor;
screenplay. Eve Unsell.

Famous Attractions Corp.; 17Dec26;
LP23494.

EXCLUSIVE STORY. 1936. 8 reels, sd.,
b&w.

Credits: Producer, Lucien Hubbard; di-
rector, George B. Seitz; story, Martin
Mooney; screenplay, Michael Fessier;
film editor, Conrad A. Nervig; music
score, Edward Ward.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 13Jan36;
LP6093.

THE EX-CONVICT. 1913.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Arthur Preston
Hankins, author); title, descr. & 19 prints,
21Marl3; LU502.

THE EX -CONVICT'S PLUNGE. 1913.

Credits: Producer, Hardee Kirkland.

Selig Polyscope Co. (Herman Landon,
author); title, descr. & 18 prints, 29Mayl3;
LU792.

EXCUSE ME. 1915. 5 reels.

Henry W. Savage, Inc. (William E.
Burlock, author); HDeclS; LP7404.

EXCUSE ME. Gold Rooster. 1916.

Credits: Rupert Hughes; producer, Henry
W. Savage.

Pathe Freres (Henry W. Savage, au-
thor); title, descr. & 76 prints, 8Febl6;
LU7589.

EXCUSE ME. Presented by Louis B. Mayer.
1925. 6 reels.

Credits: Produced, written and adapted
by Rupert Hughes; director, Alf Goulding.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp.;
29Jan25; LP21084.

EXCUSE ME, SHERIFF. 1922. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, John McDermott.
William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
7May22; LP17859.

EXCUSE MY DUST. Paramount-Artcraft.
1920. 5 reels. Founded on the Saturday
Evening Post story "The Bear Trap" by
Byron Morgan.

Credits: Director, Sam Wood; scenario.
Will M. Ritchey.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
19Jan20; LP14681.

EXCUSE MY GLOVE. 1925.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 40 prints, 9Feb25;
LU21114.

EXCUSE MY GLOVES. Presented by Adolph
Zukor. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Fred Waller; continu-
ity, Milton Hocky, Fred Rath.

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 13Jun35;
MP5657.

EXCUSES. Presented by Robert C. Bruce.
1930. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Robert C. Bruce;
story, Richard Cameron; editor, Sidney J.
Walsh.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 28Nov30;
LP1777.

THE EX-DUKE. SEE Prince of Tempters.

THE EXECUTION. 1913.

Monogram Exhibition Co. (William F.
Wood, author); title & 9 prints, 9Junl3;
descr., IJullS; LU898.

THE EXECUTIONER'S SECRET. 1913.

Fidelity Film Co. (Motion Picture
Sales Agency, Ltd., author); title, descr.
& 20 prints, 2Aprl3; LU538.

EXHIBITS OF THE FAIR. (A Century of
Progress Exposition) 1933. 1 reel.

Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T.
Cowling, author); 15Oct33; MP4376.



Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



EXILE. 1917. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Maurice Tourneur;
story, Dolf Wyllarde; scenario, C. E.
Whittaker.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.;
27Augl7; LP11301.

THE EXILE. 1931. 9 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Oscar
Micheaux.
Oscar Micheaux; 16May31; LP2489.

EXILE EXPRESS. 1939. 6,340 ft., sd.

Credits: Producer, Eugene Frenke; di-
rector, Otis Garrett; screenplay, Edwin
Justus Mayer, Ethel La Blanche; film edi-
tor, Edward Curtis; music, George
Parrish.

United Players Productions, Inc.;
18May39; LP8865.

EXILE OF BAR K RANCH. 1915.
2 reels.

Credits: Director, Reaves Eason.
American Film Co., Inc.; title, descr.
& 200 prints, 30Augl5; LU6224.



EXILED TO SHANGHAI. 1937. 7 reels.

Credits: Associate producer. Armand
Schaefer; director, Nick Grinde; original
screenplay, Wellyn Totman; film editor,
Howard O'Neill; music director, Alberto
Colombo.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Dec37-
LP7740.

XILED TO SIBERIA. SEE A Fight for
Freedom.



THE EXILES. 1923. 5 reels, b&w. tinted
sequences. Based on the story by Richard
Harding Davis.

Credits: Director, Edmund Mortimer;
scenario, Fred Jackson; adaptation, John
Russell.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author)-
14Oct23; LP19565.

IT SMILING. 1926. 7 reels. From the
story by Marc Connelly.

Credits: Director, Sam Taylor; scenario,
Sam Taylor, Tim Whelan; titles, Joe
Farnham; film editor, Daniel J. Gray.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.- 29Nov26-
LP23377.

EXIT THE VAMP. 1921. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Frank Urson; story
and adaptation, Clara Beranger.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
12Nov21; LP17187.

THE EX-KAISER IN EXILE. 1923. 2 reels.
Fred E. Hamlin; !Mar23; MP2248.

EX- LADY. Presented by Warner Brothers
Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone Corp.
1933. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Robert Florey; story,
Edith Fitzgerald, Robert Riskin; screen-
play, David Boehm.

Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.;
HApr33; LP3796.

EX-MISTRESS. SEE My Past.

THE EX-MRS. BRADFORD. 1936. 10 reels
sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Edward
Kaufman; director, Stephen Roberts; story.
James Edward Grant; screenplay, Anthony
Veiller; editor, Arthur Roberts; music
director, Roy Webb.

RKO- Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15 May 36;
LP6436.

THE EXPECTANT FATHER. Presented by
E. W. Hammons. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story,
William Watson. Art Jarrett.

Educational Productions, Inc.; 12Feb34;
LP4474.

EXPENSIVE ECONOMY. 1914. 1 reel.
Credits: Story, Earl Edwards.



Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 26Decl4;
LP4041.

EXPENSIVE HUSBANDS. 1932. _6 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Bobby Connolly; orig-
inal story, Kyrill de Shishmareff; screen-
play, Lillie Hayward, Jean Negulesco,
Jay Brennan.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; !Sep37;
LP7551.

EXPENSIVE KISSES. (Tuxedo Talking
Comedies) 1930. 19 min., sd.

Credits: Producer, Al Christie; director,
William Watson; story, Bert Levy.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
17Dec30; LP1875.

AN EXPENSIVE VISIT. 1915. 1,000 ft.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin,
author); 15Marl5; LP4737.

EXPENSIVE WOMEN. 1931. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Hobart Henley; story,
Wilson Collison; adaptation, Harvey Thew,
Raymond Griffith.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Sep31;
LP2514.

EXPERIENCE. 1921. 7 reels. From the
play by George V. Hobart.

Credits: Producer, George Fitzmaurice;
scenario, Waldemar Young.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.;
23Oct21; LP17160.

THE EXPERIMENT. 1915. 1 reel.
Credits: Reynolds Knight.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.! 6FebI5;
LP4411.

EXPERIMENTAL MARRIAGE. Presented
by Lewis J. Selznick. 1919. 5 reels.
From the play "Saturday to Monday" by
William J. Hurlbut.

Credits: Director, Robert G. Vignola;
scenario, Alice Eyton.

Select Pictures Corp.; 17Marl9;
LP13542.

THE EXPERT. Presented by Warner Bros.
Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone Corp.
1932. 8 reels, sd. Based on the story
"Old Man Minick" by Edna Ferber.

Credits: Director, Archie Mayo; adapta-
tion and dialogue, Julien Josephson, Maude
Howell; film Editor, Jim Gibbon.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Mar32;
LP2932.

THE EXPERT ELOPER. (Star Comedy)
1919. 1 reel.

Credits: Story and direction by Lyons-
Moran.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
15Aprl9; LP13608.

EXPIATION. 1912.

Societe Francaise des Films & Cine-
matographes Eclair; title, descr. &
44 prints, 7Decl2; LU152.

EXPIATION. 1916. 3 reels.

Credits: Director, George Terwilliger.
Lubin Mfg. Co. (Frances M. Greene,
author); 6Jull6; LP8647.

THE EXPLOITS OF BRIGADIER GERARD.
SEE The Fighting Eagle.

THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE. 1915.
Star Co. & Pathe Freres (Arthur B.
Reeve & C. W. Goddard, authors).

1. The Clutching Hand. title, descr. &
47 prints, 20Janl5; LU4257.

2. The Twilight Sleep. title, descr. &
42 prints, 20Janl5; LU4258.

3. The Vanishing Jewels. title, descr.
& 68 prints, 3Febl5; LU4344.

4. The Frozen Safe. title, descr. &
80 prints, 3Febl5; LU4345.

5. The Poisoned Room. title, descr. &
'80 prints, 25Febl5; LU4522.

6. The Vampire. title, descr. &
101 prints. 25Febl5; LU4523.



7. The Double Trap. title, descr. &
86 prints, 25Marl5; LU4799.

8. The Hidden Voice. title, descr. &
110 prints. 25Marl5; LU4800.

10. The Life Current. title, descr. &
106 prints. 26Marl5; LU4829.

11. The Hour of Three. title, descr. &
103 prints. 26Marl5; LU4830.

12. The Blood Crystals. title, descr. &
84 prints, 26Marl5; LU4831.

Pathe Freres (The Whartons authors).

13. The Devil Worshippers. title,
descr. & 71 prints, 13Octl5: LU6621.

14. The Reckoning. title, descr. &
56 prints, 13Octi5; LU6622.

For subsequent issues SEE The New Ex-
ploits of Elaine.

THE EXPLORER. 1915. Based on the
play by William Somerset Maugham.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc.
(William Somerset-Maugham, author);
title, descr. & 14 Prints, 3Sepl5; LU6272.

THE EXPLORER. (Paul Terry-Toons)
Educational Film Exchanges, Inc. 1931.
6 min.

Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

Terry, Moser & Coffman; 22Mar31;
LP2287.

THE EXPLORERS. 1923. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Thomas Buckingham.
William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
9Sep23; LP19576.

EXPLORERS OF THE WORLD. 1931.
10 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Harold Noice.
Raspin Productions, Inc.; 14Dec31;
MP2949.

EXPLORING ENGLAND WITH WILL
ROGERS. 1927. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer, Carl Stearns Clancy.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Oct27; MP4475.

EXPLORING THE PACIFIC. (An E. M.
Newman Travelogue) The Vitaphone Corp.
1933. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Editor, Bert Frank.
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Sep33-.
MP4322.

EXPLORING THE UNIVERSE. 1937. 1 reel.

Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc.
(W. Bartky, author); !May37; MP7431.

EX-PLUMBER. (Educational's Comedies)
(Lloyd Hamilton Comedies) 1931. 21 min.,
sd.

Credits: Written and directed by
William Goodrich; continuity and dialogue,
Walter Reed.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
8Mar31; LP2152.

EXPOSED. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

Credits: George R. Bilson; associate
producer. Max H. Golden; director,
Harold Schuster; original screenplay,
Charles Kaufman, Franklin Coen; film ed-
itor, Maurice Wright.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 4Nov38;
LP8390.

EXPOSING EVOLUTION. (Sketch-O-
Grams) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Dialogue and story, J. White,
C. Medcraft.

New Deal Pictures (Charles Medcraft
& Jack White, authors); 26Jun34; LP4896.

EXPOSITION OF TIME. 1931. 1 reel.

Isaac Franklin Pheils; 15Jun31;
MP2649.

THE EXQUISITE SINNER. 1926. 6 reels.
From the novel "Escape" by Alden Brooks,

Credits: Director, Josef Von Sternberg;
adaptation, Josef Von Sternberg, Alice D.
G. Miller; film editor, John W. English.

Metro- Goldwyn- Mayer Corp.;
19Apr26; LP22777.



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THE EXQUISITE THIEF. 1919. 6 reels.
Based on the story "Raggedy Ann" by
Charles W. Tyler.

Credits: Director, Tod Browning; scena-
rio, Harvey Gates.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 4Aprl9-
LP13573.



EX-ROOSTER. 1932. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Louis Brock; direc-
tor, Mark Sandrich; story, Ben Holmes,
Mark Sandrich; film editor, Ted Cheesman.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 27Jan32-
LP2799.



EX-SWEETIES. (Educational 1 s Comedies)
(Mack Sennett Comedies) 1931. 21 min.
sd.

Credits: Director, Marshall Neilan; story
and dialogue, John A. Waldron, Earle
Rodney, Walter Weems, Ewart Adamson.

Mack Sennett, Inc.; !Apr31; LP2110.

EXTENDING THE SPAN OF LIFE. De-
Frenes & Co. 1930.
Joseph DeFrenes; title, descr. &

2 prints, 29Oct30; MU2013.

EXTORTION. 1938. 6 reels.

Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer;
original screenplay. Earl Felton.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 25Feb38; LP7853.

THE EXTRA BRIDEGROOM. (Star Comedy)



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