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16Mayl7; LP10776.

FRECKLES. Released by F. B. O. Pictures
Corp. 1928. 6,131ft. From the novel by
Gene Stratton-Porter.

Credits: Director, Leo Meehan; adapta-
tion, Dorothy Yost.

F. B. O. Productions, Inc. (Gene
Stratton-Porter, author); !Feb28; LP24931.

FRECKLES. 1935. 8 reels, sd. From the
novel by Gene Stratton-Porter.

Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Herman;
directors, Edward Killy, William Hamil-
ton,'. c creenplay, Dorothy Yost; editor,
Desmond Marquette; music director, Al-
berto Colombo.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 4Oct35;
LP5850.

FRED ALLEN'S PRIZE PLAYLETS. 1929.
1 reel. sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Nov29; MP878.

FRED ARDATH IN THE CORNER STORE.
19B9. 1 reel. sd.
Vitaphone Corp.; 20Mar29; MP5982.

FRED ARDATH IN THE SINGING BEE.
1929. 1 reel, sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 27May29; MP248.

FRED ARDATH IN THESE DRY DAYS.
1929. 1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Aug29; MP586.

FRED ARDATH WITH EARL HALL AND
GRACE OSBORN IN MEN AMONG MEN.
1928. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Bryan Foy.
Vitaphone Corp.; 21Jan28; MP4668.

FRED KEATING IN ILLUSIONS. 1929.
1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Nov29; MP879.

FRED THE COUNT. SEE Blackie's Re-
demption.

FREDDIE FOILS THE FLOATERS. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Frank Currier.

Vitagraph Co. of America (James A.
Stiles, author); 24Marl6; LP7908.

FREDDIE MARTIN & HIS ORCHESTRA.
1935. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jun35; MP5659.

FREDDIE RICH AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
1938. 1 reel, sd.
Credits: Director, Lloyd French.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Dec38; MP9092.

FREDDY AIDS MATRIMONY. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Frank Currier.
Vitagraph Co. of America (Edward J.
Montagne, author); HMarl6; LP7820.

FREDDY THE FIXER. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Frank Currier.



The Vitagraph Co. of America (Edward
J. Montagne, author); 30Marl6; LP7982.

FREDDY VS. HAMLET. 1916. Split reel.
Credits: Director, Frank Currier.
Vitagraph Co. of America (Ralph Ince,
author); 16Marl6; LP7836.

FREDDY'S LAST BEAN. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Frank Currier.
The Vitagraph Company of America
(Agnes C. Johnston, author); 26Janl6;
LP7505.

FREDDY'S NARROW ESCAPE. 1916. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Frank Currier.
The Vitagraph Co. of America (Edward
Montagne, author); 8Febl6; LP7594.

FREDERICK HOLMES' WARD. 1915. 1 reel.
Biograph Co.; 31Jull5; LP5981.

FREDERICK THE GREAT; the Drama of
His Life. 1914.

Credits: Director, Walter Edwin.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 13Aprl4;
LP2498.

FREE AIR. The Jam Handy Organization.
Presented by Jamison Handy. 1939.
b&w, 35mm.

General Motors Sales Corp., Chevro-
let Motor Div. (Jam Handy Picture Ser-
vice, author); title & descr., 30Dec38; 77
prints. 3Jan39; MU8995.

FREE AND EASY. 1930. 10 reels, sd.,
b&w.

Credits: Producer and director, Edward
Sedgwick; adaptation, Paul Dickey; sce-
nario, Richard Schayer; dialogue, Al Boas-
berg; words and music, Ray Turk, Fred E.
Ahlert; film editor, William LeVanway.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 2Apr30; LP1193.

FREE EATS. (Our Gang Comedies) (A Hal
Roach Subject) Presented by Hal Roach.
1932. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

Credits: Producer, Robert McGowan;
director, Raymond McCarey; dialogue,
H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Distributing
Corp.; HFeb32; LP2839.

FREE LOVE. A Hobart Henley Production.
1930. 8 reels, sd. From the book "Half
Gods" by Sidney Howard.

Credits: Producer, Carl Laemmle, Jr.;
supervision, E. M. Asher; director, Ho-
bart Henley; scenario, Winifred Dunn;
adaptation and dialogue, Edwin Knopf.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Dec30;
LP1802.

FREE RENT. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Del Lord; story, Al
Ray; screenplay, Andrew Bennison.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 18Dec36; LP6789.

A FREE RIDE. Bluebird. 1925. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Z. Myers.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Nov25;
LP21968.

FREE SCHOOLS: THE HOPE OF DEMOC-
RACY. 1932. 2 reels.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (G. W.
Hoke. author); 23Aug32; MP3879.

A FREE SOUL. 1931. 10 reels, sd., b&w.
From the book by Adela Rogers St. Johns.

Credits: Producer and director, Clar-
ence Brown; dialogue continuity, John
Meehan; adaptation, Becky Gardiner;
film editor, Hugh Wynn.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 3Jun31; LP2268.

FREE SPEECH. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Epes Winthrop Sargent; pro-
ducer, Sidney Drew.
Metro Pictures Corp.; 30Octl6;



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THE FREE TRADER. SEE Wolves of the
North.

FREE WHEELING. (Our Gang) Presented
by Hal Roach. 1932. 2 reels, sd., bfcw.

Credits: Director, Robert McGowan; dia-
logue, H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Cur-
rier.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 7Nov32; LP3396.

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. Universal-
Jewel. 1928. 7 reels.

Credits: Production supervisor, Arthur
Shadur; director, George Melford; story.
Peter B. Kyne; adaptation and continuity,
J. Grubb Alexander.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 3Apr28;
LP25125.

FREEHOLD MILITARY SCHOOL. 1928.

Jerome Brockman; title, descr. & 2
prints, 16May28; MU5013.

THE FREEMAN SISTERS, MILDRED AND
MARJORIE, HUMORISTS, MEMBERS OF
THE ROXY GANG, OFFERING: A. WILD
FLOWER [and others). 1927. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 22Aug27; MP4247.

THE FREEZE OUT. 1921. 5 reels.

Credits: Producer, Jack Ford; story and
scenario, George Hull.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Mar21;
LP16334.

THE FREEZE OUT. (Screen Star Comedy)
1933. 1,718 ft., sd.

Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story,
William Watson, Nat N. Dorfman, Sig Her-
zig; editor, Barney Rogan.

Educational Productions Inc.; 22Dec33;
LP4357.

FREIBURG PASSION PLAY. 1924. 7 reels.

Pliny P. Craft (Bernhard Gotthart.
author); 7Jun24; LP21181.

FREIGHTERS OF DESTINY. 1931. 6 reels,
sd., b&w.

Credits: Director, Fred Allen; story and
dialogue, Adele Buffington; film editor,
William Clemens; musical director,
Arthur Lange.

RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.;
30Oct31; LP2662.

THE FRENCH DOLL. Tiffany. Presented
by Robert Z. Leonard. 1923. 7 reels.
Adapted from the French by A. E. Thomas.

Credits: Paul Armont, Marcel Gerbidon;
supervision, Robert Z. Leonard; screen
adaptation, Frances Marion.

Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 19Jul23;
LP19219.

FRENCH DRESSING. Presented by Robert
Kane. 1927. 7 reels.

Credits: Producer and director, Allan
Dwan; original story, Adelaide Heilbron;
adaptation, J. L. Campbell; continuity,
Pauline Forney.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 27Dec27;
LP24798.

FRENCH EXPLORATIONS IN NORTH
AMERICA, 1535-1750. 1920. 1 reel.
Society for Visual Education, Inc.
(William C. Bagley, author); !Oct20;
MP1850.

FRENCH FRIED. 1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Arvid Gillstrom; story
and scenario, Frank R. Conklin; titles, Al
Martin.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
3Sep27; LP24357.

FRENCH FRIED. (Paul Terry Toons) 1930.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.
Audio-Cinema, Inc.; 22Dec30; LP1926.

FRENCH KISSES. 1930. 19 min., sd.

Credits: Supervision, Jack White; direc-



tor, Stephen Roberts.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
21Jul30; LP1434.

FRENCH LEAVE. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Murray Roth; director, Bryan
Foy.
Vitaphone Corp.; 28Nov27; MP4489.

FRENCH LEAVE. (Sid Saylor Comedy)
1930. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Sam Newfeld; story,
T. Page Wright. Bill Weber.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Feb30;
LP1112.

THE FRENCH LINE. 1931. 1 reel. sd.

Credits: Director, Ray Cozine; story.
Rube Welch.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 23Jan31;
LP1923.

FRENCH PASTRY. (Bobby Vernon Comedy)
1925. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Harold Beaudine.

Christie Film Co., Inc.; 6Jan25;
LP20995.

FRENZIED FILM. (Star Comedy) 1918.
I reel.

Credits: Story, Lyons -Mor an.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Sepl8;
LP12911.

FRENZIED FINANCE. 1924. 1 reel.

Bray Screen Products, Inc.; Uun24;
MP2658.

FRENZY. Presented by Charles B. Mintz.
1928. 20 min.

Credits: Written and directed by Andrew
L. Stone; producer, Charles B. Mintz.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
14Jan28; LP24863.

FREQUENCY CURVES. (Eastman Class-
room Films) 1929. 1 reel.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George
W. Hoke, author); 17Jul29; MP646.

THE FRESH AGENT. 1915. 400 ft.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Fred Hayn. author);
13Aprl5; LP5022.

THE FRESH AIR CURE. 1914. Split reel.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Doty Hobart, author);
2Decl4; LP3877.

A FRESH AIR ROMANCE. 1912. 1 reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 26Sepl2;
LP17.

FRESH AND A DEVIL. (A Skylark Comedy)
1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Glen
Lambert.

The Bray Productions, Inc.; 12Sep27;
LP24387.

FRESH EGGS. 1923.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 12May23;
LU18954.

FRESH EVERY HOUR. Jewel. 1928. 6 reels.
Credits: Director, William James Craft.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 12May28;
LP25261.

FRESH FACES. (Walter Hiers Comedies)
Educational. 1926. 2 reels.

Credits: Sig Herzig; director, Harold
Beaudine.

Christie Film Co., Inc.; 25Apr26;
LP22712.

FRESH FISH. (Merrie Melodies) 1939.
1 reel, sd.

Credits: Story. Jack Miller; animation,
Sid Sutherland.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Nov39; MP9735.

FRESH FROM HOLLYWOOD. SEE Jimmy
Duffy and Helen Gleason in Fresh from
Hollywood.



FRESH FROM THE CITY. 1920. 2 reels.
Credits: Supervision, Mack Sennett; di-
rector, Walter Wright.
Mack Sennett; 14Apr20; LP15042.

FRESH FROM THE COUNTRY. 1920.

1 reel.

Credits: Director, Vin Moore.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Dec20;
LP15965.

FRESH FROM THE FARM. Century. 1921.

2 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Tom
Buckingham.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;31Jan21;
LP16080.

FRESH FROM THE FLEET. (An Educa-
tional Coronet Comedy) Presented by E. W.
Hammons. 1936. 1,619 ft., sd.

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

Educational Productions, Inc.-
24Apr36; LP6316.

FRESH HAIR FIENDS. (Beauty Parlor Se-
ries, no. 8) 1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Edward I. Luddy;
story, H. C. Witwer; adaptation, Tom Me -
Namara; continuity, Jean Du Pont.

R-C Pictures Corp.; 21Sep27; LP24551.

FRESH HAM. (Aesop's Film Fables) The
Van Beuren Corp. 1933.. 1 reel.

RKO -Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van
Beuren Corp., author); 12Jul33; MP43QO.

THE FRESH HEIR. 1922. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Ed. Kennedy.
William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
10Dec22; LP19r3U

THE FRESH KID. 1922. 2 reels.

Century Film Corp.; 29Sep22; LP182S6.

FRESH PAINT. Rolin. <9 1920.

Pathe Exchange. Inc. (Hal Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints. HMar20;
LU14851.

FRESH PAINT. (Mirthquake Comedy.
no. 2) 1922. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Eugene DeRue; sce-
nario. Vincent Bryan.
Arrow Film Corp.; 7Apr22; LP17736.

FRESH PAINT. Bluebird. 1926. 1 reel.
Credits: Director, Richard Smith.
Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Jan26;
LP22314.

FRESHIES. Presented by E. W. Hammons.
1937. 1,494 ft., sd.

Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story,
Arthur Jarrett. Marcy Klauber.

Educational Films Corp. of America;
7May37; LP7123.

THE FRESHMAN. 1925. 7 reels.

Credits: Scenario, Sam Taylor, John
Grey, Ted Wilde, Tim Wheelan.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Jul25; LP21675.

FRESHMAN LOVE. Presented by Warner
Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
Corp. 1936. 7 reels, sd. Based on a
story idea by George Ade.

Credits: Director, William McGann.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 13Jan36;
LP6051.

FRESHMAN YEAR. 1938. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, George Bilson; di-
rector, Frank McDonald; original story,
Thomas Ahearn, F. Maury Grossman;
screenplay, Charles Grayson; film editor,
Edward Curtiss.

Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Aug38;
LP8232.

THE FRESHMAN'S FINISH. (Vanity Come-
dies) 1931. 21 min., sd.
Credits: Producer, Al Christie; director.



Motion Pictures, 1912-1939



William Watson; story and dialogue. Frank
Roland Conklin.

Christie Film Co., Inc.; 20Sep31;
LP2647.

THE FRESHMAN'S GOAT. (Educational-
Vanity Talking Comedy) 1930. 20 min..
sd.

Credits: Producer, At Christie; director,
Nat Ross; story, Dick Smith.

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.;
2Dec30; LP1779.

FRESHMANS LOVE. 1931. 2 reels.

The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Apr31; MP2466.

FRIDAY PLANNING. SEE The Added Item
Makes for Profit.

FRIDAY THE 13TH. Peerless. Presented
by William A. Brady in association with
World Pictures. 1916. 64 min. From
the novel by Thomas William Lawson.

Credits: Director, Emile Chautard;
story, Thomas W. Lawson; scenario, Fran-
ces Marion.

World Film Corp. (Thomas W. Lawson,
author); title, descr. & 235 prints, 13Sepl6;
LU9096.

FRIDAY THE 13TH. 1921.

L. S. McNutt (Stuart Mack (pseud, of
Leo S. McNutt] author); title & descr.,
29Mar21; 23 prints, 23Apr21; LU16423.

FRIDAY THE 13TH. 1922.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach,
author); title, descr. & 16 prints, 29May22;
LU17929.

FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH. (Star Comedy)
1922. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Craig Hutchinson;
story and scenario, Hal Conklin.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Feb22;
LP17579.

FRIED CHICKEN. (Paul Terry Toons)
1930. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.
Audio-Cinema, Inc.; 27Dec30; LP1925.

A FRIEND, BUT A STAR BOARDER. 1916.
1 reel.

L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany;
17Marl6; LP7846.

FRIEND HUSBAND. 1918. 5 reels.

Credits: Lois Zellner; director, Clarence
G. Badger.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 6Augl8;
LP12725.

FRIEND HUSBAND. Paramount-Mack Sen-
nett. 1918. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Walter Wright.
Mack Sennett Films Corp.; 23Marl8;
LP12213.

FRIEND HUSBAND. (Paramount-Mack Sen-
nett Comedies) 1923. 2 reels.
Credits: Director, Walter Wright.
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Sep23;
LP19406.

FRIEND HUSBAND. 1924.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 18Apr24;
LU20091.

A FRIEND IN NEED. 1914.

Selig Polyscope Co. (William Duncan,
author); title, descr. & 43 prints, 22Janl4;
LU1999.

FRIEND INDEED. (A Pete Smith Specialty)
1937. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

Credits: Director, Fred Zinneman; story
and screenplay. Barney Gerard; music,
William Axt.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.- 13Dec37-
LP7670.

A FRIEND OF FATHER'S. SEE Al. Lydell
and Bobby Higgins in A Friend of Father's.



A FRIEND OF NAPOLEON. SEE Seven
Paces.

A FRIEND OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
1914.

Biograph Co. (Annie Flohm, author);
title, descr. & 83 prints, 23Marl4; LU2367.

A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. 1913.

Universal Film Mfg. Co. (F. W. Ran-
dolph, author); title, descr. & 98 prints,

5Mayl3; LU677.

THE FRIEND OF THE MOUNTAINS. SEE
L'Ami des Montagnes.

FRIEND WIFE. SEE Galloping Fish.

FRIEND WILSON'S DAUGHTER. 1915.
3,000 ft.

Credits: Mary Imlay Taylor; director,
Langdon West.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 19Octl5;
LP6714.

THE FRIENDLY CALL. 1919. 2 reels.
From the story by O. Henry [pseud, of
William Sydney Porter).

Credits: Director, Thomas R. Mills;
scenario, Lucien Hubbard.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 5Novl9;
LP14379.

FRIENDLY ENEMIES. Presented by A. M.
Sebastian. Released by Producers Dis-
tributing Corp. 1925. 7 reels. From the
play by Samuel Shipman and Aaron Hoff-
man.

Credits: Producer and director, George
Melford; scenario, Alfred A. Conn.

Belasco Productions, Inc.; 7Apr25;
LP21340.

A FRIENDLY HUSBAND. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Story and direction. Jack Bly-
stone; scenario, Hampton Del Ruth; editor,
Ralph Spence.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
31Dec22; LP18995.

FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS. (Around the World)
1938. 1 reel, sd., color.
Credits: Described by Dan Seymour.
Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 31May38; MP8496.

FRIENDLY SPIRITS. (Educational Star
Personality Comedy) Educational Films
Corp. of America. Presented by E. W.
Hammons. Distributed by Fox Film Corp.
1935. 1,572 ft.

Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story,
Charlie Williams, Marcy Klauber.

Educational Productions, Inc.; 31May35;
LP5582.

FRIENDS. 1912.

Credits: Screenplay, D. W. Griffith.
Biograph Co. (D. W. Griffith, author);
title, descr. & 105 prints, 21Octl2; LU51.

FRIENDS AND ENEMIES, VACATION LAND,
and SQUIRREL FOOD. 1920. 2 reels.

Credits: Supervision and direction, Ward
Lascelle.

Special Pictures Corp.; 5Aug20;
LP15393.

FRIENDS AND FOES. 1915.

Credits: Compiled by Edward Lyell Fox
and A. K. Dawson.

The American Correspondent Film Co.,
Inc. (Edward Lyell Fox, author); title,
descr. & 56 prints, 8Octl5; LU6580.

FRIENDS AND LOVERS. 1931. 7 reels, sd.
Credits: Maurice De Kobra; supervision,
William Le Baron, Louis Sarecky; direc-
tor, Victor Schertzinger; adaptation and
dialogue, Wallace Smith.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 3Oct31;
LP2535.

FRIENDS IN SAN ROSARIO. 1917. 2 reels.
Based on a story by O. Henry [pseud, of



William Sydney Porter].

Credits: Director, Thomas R. Mills;
adaptation, Helmer Walton Bergman.

Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.;
12Aprl7; LP10564.

FRIENDS OF MR. SWEENEY. Presented by
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The Vita-
phone Corp. 1934. 7 reels, sd. Based on
the novel by Elmer Davis.

Credits: Director, Edward Ludwig;
screenplay. Warren Duff, Sidney Suther-
land.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Sep34;
LP4962.

FRIENDS OF THE ANIMAL WIZARD. 1915.
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 7JuI15;
MP369.

FRIENDS, ROMANS, AND LEO 1917
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Alan Crosland.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Augl7;
LP11349.

FRIENDSHIP. 1929. 4 reels, b&w.

Credits: Direction, story, and scenario,
Eugene Walter.
Fox Film Corp.; I9Feb29; LP130.

THE FRIENDSHIP OF DAVID AND JONA-
THAN. SEE The Chosen Prince.

THE FRIENDSHIP OF LAMOND. 1915.
2,000 ft.

Credits: Screenplay, Emmett Campbell
Hall.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Emmett Campbell
Hall, author); 6Janl5; LP4119.

A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER. 1913.

Biograph Co. (Edward Acker, author);
title, descr. & 174 prints, 16Aprl3; LU610.

FRIGIDAIRE HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERA-
TION. 1928. Filmstrip, 137 frames.

Frigidaire Corp. (E. J. Huber, author);
title, descr. & 2 prints, 21Jun28; MU5098.

FRILBY FRILLED. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Edwin
McKim.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin McKim,
author); 19Mayl6; LP8329.

FRIML FAVORITES. Presented by Adolph
Zukor. 1937. I reel, sd.

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

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 4Jun37;
MP7531.

THE FRINGE OF WAR. 1914.

Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co.,
Ltd., author); title, descr. & 39 prints,
15Decl4; LU3964.

FRISCO JENNY. 1933. 8 reels, sd. Based
on a story by Gerald Beaumont, Lillie
Hayward and John Francis Larkin.

Credits: Director, William A. Wellman;
screenplay, Wilson Mizner, Robert Lord;
film editor, James Morley.

First National Pictures, Inc.; Iljan33;
LP3555.

FRISCO KID. Presented by Warner Bros.
Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone Corp.
1935. 8 reels.

Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; story
and screenplay. Warren Duff, Seton I.
Miller.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Nov35;
LP5927.

FRISCO SALLY LEVY. 1927. 8 reels.

Credits: Director, William Beaudine;
story, Alfred A. Cohn. Lew Lipton; sce-
nario, Alfred A. Cohn; adaptation, Vernon
Smith; film editor, Blanche Sewell.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 2May27; LP23919.



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FRISCO WATERFRONT. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer. Trem Carr; super-
vision, Robert E. Welsh; director, Arthur
Lubin; story and screenplay, Norman Hous-
ton; editor. Carl Pierson.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 6Dec35;
LP6168.

FRISKY LIONS AND WICKED HUSBANDS.
1919. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Vin Moore.
Century Comedies; 10Mayl9; LP13699.

THE FRISKY MRS. JOHNSON. 1920. 5 reels.
From the play by Clyde Fitch.

Credits: Director, Edward Dillon; sce-
nario, Lawrence McCloskey.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Nov20;
LP15796.

FRIVOLOUS SAL. Presented by J. K. Mc-
Donald. 1924. 8 reels.

Credits: Director, Victor Schertzinger;
story, J. K. McDonald; continuity, Lois
Zellner.

First National Pictures, Inc.;5Dec24;
LP21126.

FRIVOLOUS SAL. Presented by J. K. Mc-
Donald. 1925. 8 reels.

Credits: Director, Victor Schertzinger;
story, J. K. McDonald; continuity, Lois
Zellner.

First National Pictures, Inc.; 5Jan25;
LP20984.

FROCKS AND FRILLS. 1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Edwin
McKim.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin McKim, author);
lOAprlG; LP8050.

THE FROG. 1931. 1 reel.

Credits: Narration, Clyde Fisher.
Electrical Research Products, Inc.;
24Feb31; MP2527.

THE FROG AND THE OX. 1921.
Credits: Screenplay, Paul Terry.
Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, au-
thor); title, descr. & 20 prints, 15Oct21;
MU2065.

FROG AND TOAD CELEBRITIES. 1915.
Split reel.

Credits: Raymond L. Ditmars.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; ISeplS;
MP410.

THE FROG POND. (Scrappy) (A Color
Rhapsody) Released by Columbia Pictures
Corp. 1938. 1 reel, sd., color.

Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; di-
rector, U. B. Iwerks; music, Eddie Kil-
feather; music director, Joe De Nat.

Screen Gems, Inc.; 9Aug38; MP8627.

THE FROG WHO WOULD A-WOOING GO.
SEE Whimsey Tales: The Frog Who Would
A -Wooing Go.

FROGS AND TOADS. 1914. 1 reel.

Raymond L. Ditmars: title, descr. &
45 prints. 12Decl4; MU249.

FROGS, TOADS, AND SALAMANDERS.
1932. 958 ft.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (G. W.
Hoke, author); 2Jun32; MP3368.

THE FROLIC OF THE MARIONETTES.
1915. Half reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; IDeclS-
MP461.

FROLIC ON THE BEACH. 1920.

John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1799.

FROLICKING FISH. (Silly Symphony) Walt
Disney Comic. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; llJunSO-
MP1616.

FROLICKING FROGS. (The Grantland Rice
Sportlight) 1938. 1 reel, sd.



Credits: Director, Ernest Corts; narrator,
Ted Husing.

Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 23Dec38;
MP8998.

FROLICS IN FROST. (A Grantland Rice
Sportlight Special) 1927. 1 reel.
Credits: Producer. John L. Hawkinson.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 12Dec27; MP4538.

FROM A CABBY'S SEAT. 1926. 2 reels.
From the story by O. Henry [pseud, of
William Sydney Porter].

Credits: Director, Ben Stoloff; scenario
and adaptation, J. Walter Ruben, Sidney
Lanfield.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author);
14Mar26; LP22475.

FROM A LIFE OF CRIME. 1915. 1 reel.
Credits: Lee Arthur.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 6Febl5;
LP4410.

FROM A PISCATORIAL ANGLE. (Post
Nature Pictures) 1920. 1 reel.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 5Sep20;
MP1903.

FROM BAD TO WORSE. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Direction and story, Del Lord;
screenplay, Felix Adler.

Columbia Pictures Corp. of California,
Ltd.; 19May37; LP7162.

FROM BEANERY TO BILLIONS. 1915.
2 reels.

L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany;
ISDeclS; LP7214.

FROM BERGEN TO BANDAK. 1916. Split
reel.

Vitagraph Co. of America (A. Morgen-
stein, author); 10Junl6; MP639.

FROM BETHLEHEM TO JERUSALEM.
1932. 1 reel, sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Nov32; MP3664.

FROM BROADWAY TO A THRONE. Red
Feather. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: Production and story, W. J.
Bowman; written and directed by William
Bowman; scenario, E. J. Clawson.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Junl6;
LP8624.

FROM CACTUS TO KALE. 1917. 2 reels.

Credits: Director General, J. G. Bly-
stone; director, Noel Smith.

L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany;
31Augl7; LP11326.

FROM CATERPILLAR TO BUTTERFLY.
1918. 1 reel.

Credits: Director, Allen Curtis.

National Film Corp. (Tom Gibson,
author); title, descr.. & 5 prints, 25 Mar 18;
MU1179.

FROM CAVES TO SKYSCRAPERS. (Picto-
rial Club Pictures) 1927. 2 reels.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Wm. W. Young,
author); title, descr. t 36 prints, 4Mar27;
MU3813.

FROM CHAMPION TO TRAMP. 1915.
2,000 ft.

Lubin Mfg. Co. (Romaine Fielding,
author); 9Junl5; LP5504.

FROM COCOON TO MILADY'S DRESS.
1921. 2 reels.

Sidney Blumenthal & Co., Inc. (William
J. Cans, author); 25Feb21; LP16181.

FROM COCOON TO MILADY'S DRESS.
1921. 2 reels.

Credits: Pictured by Hy Mayer.
Sidney Blumenthal & Co., Inc. (Hy
Myer, author); 25Feb21; LP16488.

FROM CREEPING TO WALKING. Yale
Clinic of Child Development in coopera-
tion with Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc.



1934. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Direction and narration, Arnold
Gesell; associate editor, Alice V. Keliher.

Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (Arnold
Gesell, author); 15Oct34; MP5182.

FROM DANCER TO DUCHESS. 1914.

Film Releases of America, Inc. (Dek-
age Films, author); title, descr. & 48
prints, 10Marl4; LU2296.

FROM DAWN TO SUNSET. 1937. Sd.

Chevrolet Motor Div., General Motors
Sales Corp.; title, descr. & 2,805 prints,
22Sep37; MU7768.

FROM DURBAN TO ZULULAND. 1913.
1 reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Novl3;
MP100.

FROM FLAX TO LINEN. 1930. 1 reel.

Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George
W. Hoke, author); 7Feb30; MP1306.



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