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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; !Nov27; LP24611.

THE GARDEN OF ALLAH. Released
through United Artists. 1936. 9 reels,
sd., color. From the novel by Robert
Hichens.

Credits: Producer, David O. Selznick;
director, Richard Boleslawski; screenplay,
W. P. Lipscomb, Lynn Riggs; film editors,
Hal C. Kern, Anson Stevenson; music, Max
Steiner.

Selznick International Pictures, Inc.;
HNov36; LP6699.

THE GARDEN OF EATIN 1 . 1929. 2 reels.

Credits: James Gleason; directors,
J. Joseph Mescall, Robert Fellows.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 31Jul29; LP562.

THE GARDEN OF EDEN. Presented by
Walter Morosco. 1928. 8 reels. Based on
the play by Rudolf Bernnauer and Rudolph
Oesterreicher.

Credits: Producer and director, Lewis
Milestone; supervision, John W. Considine,
Jr.; screen version, Hans Kraly; American
version, Avery Hopwood.

Feature Productions, Inc.; 30Jan28;
LP24926.

THE GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE. (Pil-
grimage to Palestine) Presented by The
Holy Land Films Co. 1926.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (F. J. Romell.
author); title, descr. & 28 prints, 2Jan26;
MU3287.

THE GARDEN OF LIES. Broadway Univer-
sal. 1915. 5 reels. From the novel by
Justus Miles Korman.

Credits: Scenario, Louis Reeves
Harrison.



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THE GARDEN OF LIES. Cont'd.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
28Junl5; LP5685.

THE GARDEN OF RESURRECTION. 1921.
6 reels.

Credits: Director, Arthur H. Rooke;
story. Temple Thurston; scenario, Guy
Newall.

Stoll Film Corp. of America; 21Mar21;
LP16301.

THE GARDEN OF SHADOWS. Laemmle.
1916. 2 reels.

Credits: Olga Printzlau; producer,
Lucius Henderson.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
llJullB; LP8669.

GARDEN OF SONG. SEE Harrington
Sisters in a Garden of Song.

THE GARDEN OF THE EAST. (A
Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel-
Picture) 1921. 1 reel.

Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton
Holmes, author); 13Mar21; MP1891.

GARDEN OF THE MOON. First National.
1938. 10 reels, sd. From the Saturday
Evening Post story by H. Bedford-Jones
and Barton Browne.

Credits: Director, Busby Berkeley;
screenplay, Jerry Wald, Richard Macaulay.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Jul38;
LP8259.

THE GARDEN OF WEEDS. Paramount.
Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
Lasky. 1924. 6,230 ft. From the play by
Leon Gordon and Doris Marquette.

Credits: Producer, James Cruze; screen-
play, Walter Woods, Anthony Coldewey.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Nov24;
LP20758.

THE GARDEN PARTY. Presented by Adolph
Zukor. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

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

Paramount Productions, Inc.; 27Dec34;
MP5197.

GARDEN SPOT OF THE WORLD. 1918.
Split reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
12Febl8; MP1141.

GARLAN & COMPANY. SEE Souls for
Sables.

THE GARMENT. 1930. Filmstrip, 86
frames.

Charis Corp. (John L. Butler Adv.
Agency, author); 12Feb30; MP1582.

THE GARMENT. 1931. Filmstrip, pt. 1,
62 frames.; pt. 2, 64 frames.

Charis Corp. (John M. Butler, Adv.
Agcy., author); lOFebSl; pt. 1, MP2269;
pt. 2, MP2370.

GARMENTS OF TRUTH. 1921. For S-L
(Arthur Sawyer and Herbert Lubin) Pic-
tures. 5 reels. Adapted from the story by
Freeman Tilden published in Pictorial Re-
view.

Credits: Producer and director, George
D. Baker; scenario, S-L Pictures.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 7Dec21;
LP17333.

A GARRET IN BOHEMIA. 1915.

Credits: Producer, Harold Shaw.

Paul H. Cromelin (G. E. R. Mayne-
London Film Co., Ltd., author); title,
descr. & 30 prints, 19Augl5; LU6129.

GARRISON'S FINISH. 1914. 3 reels. From
the novel by W. B. M. Ferguson.

Credits: Producer, F. J. Grandon.

Selig Polyscope Co. (W. B. M.
Ferguson, author); !Octl4; LP3483.



GARRISON'S FINISH. Released by Allied
Producers and Distributors Corp. 1923.
8 reels. Suggested by the novel by
W. B. M. Ferguson.

Credits: Director, Arthur Rosson; scena-
rio and supervision, Elmer Harris.

Mary Pickford Co.; 2Jan23; LP 18622.
(See also Garrison's Finish; 2Jan23;
LP18654)

GARRISON'S FINISH. Released by Allied
Producers and Distributors Corp. 1923.
8 reels. From the novel by W. B. M. Fer-
guson.

Credits: Director, Arthur Rosson; scena-
rio and supervision, Elmer Harris.

Mary Pickford Fairbanks & Charlotte
Smith; 2Jan23; LP18654. (See also
Garrison's Finish; 2Jan23; LP18622)

GARRYOWEN. 1920. From the novel by
H. de Vere Stacpoole.

Credits: Adaptation and production,
George Pearson.

Paul H. Cromelin (Welsh-Pearson &
Co., author); title & descr., 19Jun20; 529
prints, 21Jun20; LU 15260.

THE GARTER GIRL. 1920. 5 reels. From,
the story "The Memento" by O. Henry
[pseud, of William Sydney Porter].

Credits: Director, Edward H. Griffith;
scenario, William B. Courtney, Lucien
Hubbard.

The Vitagraph Co. of America;
10Apr20; LP 15006.

GAS AND AIR. 1923.

Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 20 prints, 7Jun23;
LU 19063.

GAS LOGIC. Metro-Drew. 1918. 1 reel.
Credits: Louis Allen Browne; directed
and written by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew.

Metro Pictures Corp.; 26Marl8;
LP12234.

GAS, OIL, AND WATER. Presented by
Arthur S. Kane. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Richard Andres; director,
Charles Ray.

** Charles E. Ray, Jr.; 9Mar22;
LP17615.

GASLIT NINETIES. (Do You Remember)
(A Johnnie Walker Novelty) Presented by
E. W. Hammons. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Miller and Lehr; associate pro-
ducer, Monroe Gold; narrator. Lew Lehr;
music director, Paul Vincent.
Memories. Inc.; 27Nov32; MP4027.

THE GASOLINE HABIT. Imp. 1916.
1 reel.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
20Marl6; LP7866.

THE GASOLINE TRAIL. 1924. 1 reel.
Arrow Film Corp.; 24Apr24; MP2530.

GASOLOONS. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Associate producer, Bert
Gilroy; director, Arthur Ripley; story,
John Grey; film editor, Edward Mann.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Dec35;
LP6002.

A GASSY PROPOSITION. 1915. 2,100ft.

Credits: Written and arranged by William
B Jones.

The Peoples Natural Gas Co. (William
B Jones, author); title ft descr., IMaylS;
18 prints, 20Mayl5; LU&J40.

6ASTON OLAF. SEE Th Avenging Trail.

THE GATE CRASHER. Jewel. 1928.
6 reels.

Credits: Story and direction, William
James Craft.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Aug28;
LP25561.



GATES OF BRASS. 1919.

Path Exchange, Inc. (Kate Corbaley,
author); title, descr. & 100 prints, 24Junl 9;
LU13883.

THE GATES OF DOOM. Red Feather. 1917.
5 reels.

Credits: J. Grubb Alexander; producer,
Charles Swickard.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Febl7;
LP10257.

THE GATES OF EDEN. 1916. For the
Metro Program. 5 reels. From the story
by William E. Danforth.

Credits: Direction and adaptation, John H.
Collins.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Octl6;
LP9433.

GATES OF GLADNESS. Presented by
World Pictures. 1918.

Credits: Director,. Harley Knoles; story,
John B. Clymer, Harry C. Hoyt; scenario,
Virginia Tyler Hudson.

World Film Corp. (Julia Burnham.
author); title & descr., 17Janl8; 236
prints, 18Janl8; LU11960.

GATEWAY. 1938. 6,657 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, Alfred Werker; story.
Walter Reisch; screenplay, Lamar Trotti;
music director, Arthur Lange.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
5Aug38; LP8344.

THE GATEWAY OF THE MOON. 1928.
6 reels. From the stage play by Clifford
Bax.

Credits: Director, John Griffith Wray;
scenario, Bradley King.

Fox Film Corp.; Uan28; LP24818.

GATEWAY TO AFRICA. SEE E. M. New-
man's Gateway to Africa.

THE GATEWAY TO THE WEST. (The
Chronicles of America) Presented by Yale
University Press. 1924. Adapted from
"The Conquest of New France."

Credits: Director, Webster Campbell;
adaptation, William Basil Courtney.

Chronicles of America Picture Corp.
(George M. Wrong, author); title, descr. &
60 prints, 26Mar24; LU20033.

GATHERING BANANAS AND COCOANUTS.
1917. 1 reel.

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 16Jull7;
MP979.

EL GATO MONTES. SEE Tiger Love.

DER GATTE DES FRAULEINS. SEE Miss
Bluebeard.

THE GAUCHO. 1928. 10 reels.

Credits: Director, F. Richard Jones;
story, Elton Thomas.
The Elton Corp.; 6Jan28; LP24831.

GAUGE OF BATTLE. (Western Featurette)
1928. 2 reels.

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

Universal Pictures Corp.; 29Mar28;
LP25107.

THE GAUNT STRANGER. SEE The Ringer.

THE GAUNTLET. 1920. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, Edwin L. Hollywood;
story, Lillian Bennet-Thompson, George
Hubbard; scenario, Fred Schaefer.
The Vitagraph Co. of America;
28Jun20; LP15319.

THE GAUNTLETS OF WASHINGTON. 1913.
Credits: Bannister Merwin.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 28Febl3;
LP431.

GAY AND DEVILISH. 1922. 5 reels.

Credits: Director, William A. Seiter;
story, Charles A. Logue; continuity.



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GAY AND DEVILISH. Cont'd.
Garret Elsden Fort.

R-C Pictures Corp.; 15May22;
LP17977.

THE GAY BANDITTI. SEE The Young in
Heart.

THE GAY BRIDE. 1934. 9 reels, sd., b&w.
From the story "Repeal" by Charles
Francis Coe.

Credits: Producer, John W. Considine,
Jr.; director. Jack Conway; screenplay,
Bella and Samuel Spewack; film editor,
Frank Sullivan; music score. Jack Virgil.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 15Nov34;
LP5110.

THE GAY CABALLERO. (Columbia-Victor
Gems) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Director, Harry Revier.

Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Sep29;
LP719.

THE GAY CABALLERO. 1932. 5,400 ft.,
sd. From the novel by Tom Gill.

Credits: Associate producer, Edmund
Grainger; director, Alfred Werker; screen-
play, Philip Klein, Barry Conners; editor,
Al De Gaetano.

Fox Film Corp.; 20Jan32; LP2823.

THE GAY DECEIVER. (Star Comedy) 1922.
1 reel.

Credits: Written and directed by Allen
Curtis.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;
28Apr22; LP17813.

THE GAY DECEIVER. 1926. 7 reels.
Based on the play "Toto" by Leo Ditrich-
stein, which was adapted from "Patachon"
by Maurice Hennequin and Felix Duquesnel.

Credits: Director, John M. Stahl; scena-
rio, Benjamin F. Glazer; titles, Douglas
Furber; editor, Margaret Booth.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 23Sep26;
LP23139.

THE GAY DECEPTION. Presented by Fox
Film. 1935. 6,906 ft., sd.

Credits: Director, William Wyler; origi-
nal screenplay, Stephen Avery, Don Hart-
man; music director, Louis de Francesco.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
13Sep35; LP5991.

THE GAY DEFENDER. Presented by
Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1927.
6,230 ft.

Credits: Produced and directed by
Gregory La Cava; story, Grover Jones;
adaptation and scenario, Ray Harris, Sam
Mintz, Kenneth Raisbeck.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
10Dec27; LP24740.

THE GAY DESPERADO. Released through
United Artists. 1936. 10 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Rouben Mamoulian;
original story, Leo Birinski; screenplay,
Wallace Smith; film editor, Margaret
Clancey; music director, Alfred Newman.

Pickford-Lasky Productions, Inc.;
13Oct36; LP6640.

THE GAY DIPLOMAT. 1931. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Supervision, Pandro Berman;
director, Richard Boleslavsky; screenplay,
Benn W. Levy; adaptation and dialogue,
Doris Anderson.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Sep31;
LP2463.

THE GAY DIVORCE. SEE The Gay
Divorcee.

THE GAY DIVORCEE. 1934. 13 reels, sd.
From the novel "The Gay Divorce" by
Dwight Taylor.

Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman;
director. Mark Sandrich; screenplay,
George Marion, Jr., Dorothy Yost, Edward
Kaufman; editor, William Hamilton;



musical adaptation, Kenneth Webb, Samuel
Hoffenstein; music director. Max Steiner.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; HOct34;
LP5063.

A GAY FLIRTATION. (Organlogue, no. 17)
1931. 1 reel, sd.

Credits: Narration, Norman Brokenshire.
Master Art Products, Inc.; 9Sep31;
MP3051.

THE GAY GAUCHO. (Aesop's Fables)
(Cubby Bear Series, no. 2\_ 1933. 1 reel,
sd.

Credits: Rollin Hamilton, Thomas
McKinson.
Van Beuren Corp.; 3Nov33; MP4528.

THE GAY LORD QUEX. 1917. Adapted
from the play by Sir Arthur Pinero.

Cosmofotofilm Co., Inc. (Ideal Film
Renting Co., author); title, descr. & 34
prints, 20Novl7; LP11728.

THE GAY LORD QUEX. 1919. 5 reels.
Based on the play by Arthur Wing Pinero.

Credits: Director, Harry Beaumont.

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 25Sepl9;
LP14222.

THE GAY LORD WARING. 1916. 5 reels.

Credits: Producer, Otis Turner; story,
Houghton Townley; scenario, F. McGrew
Willis.

Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; !Aprl6;
LP8004.

THE GAY NIGHTIES. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Supervision, Louis Brock; direc-
tor, Mark Sandrich; story, Ben Holmes,
Johnnie Grey; adaptation and dialogue,
Bobby Clark, Mark Sandrich; film editor,
Daniel Mandell.

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 8Jun33;
LP3928.

THE GAY NINETIES; or, THE UNFAITHFUL
HUSBAND. 1929. 1 reel.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Jul29; MP437.

GAY NINETIES. Presented by International
Road Shows, Inc. 1938.

Jack Goldberg; title, descr. & 55
prints, 19Aug38; LU8208.

THE GAY OLD BIRD. 1927. 7 reels.

Credits: Director, Herman C. Raymaker;
story, Virginia Dale; screenplay, Graham
Baker; scenario, Edward Clark.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 19Feb27-
LP23685.

GAY OLD DAYS. Presented by E. W.
Hammons. 1935. 909 ft., sd.

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

Skibo Productions, Inc.; 4Jan35;
LP5231.

A GAY OLD DOG. 1919.

Pathg Exchange, Inc. (Edna Ferber,
author); title, descr. & 120 prints, !Novl9;
LU14362.

THE GAY RETREAT. 1927. 6 reels, b&w,
tinted sequences.

Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall;
director, Benjamin Stoloff; story, William '
M. Conselman, Edward Marshall; screen
adaptation, Murray Roth.

Fox Film Corp.; 7Aug27; LP24411.

GEE! WHISKERS. (Star Comedy) 1922.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Gill Pratt; story and
scenario, Hal Conklin.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Mar22;
LP17642.

GEE WHIZ: 1919.

Credits: Written and directed by Twede
Dan [pseud, of F. Perez].
William Steiner (Marcel F. Perez,



author); title, descr. & 98 prints. 4Aprl9;
LU13561.

GEE WHIZ. 1920. 2 reels.

Credits: Director. Richard Jones.
Mack Sennett; !Mar20; LP14872.

GEE WHIZ GENEVIEVE: 1924.

Pathe Exchange. Inc. (Hal E. Roach,
author); title, descr. & 40 prints. 2Aug24;
LU20587.

THE GEEZER OF BERLIN. 1918. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Arthur D. Hotaling;
scenario. Frank Howard Clark.

Jewel Productions. Inc.; 19Jull8;
LP12686.

GEFAHREN DER LIEBE. SEE A Woman
Branded.

GEHETZTE MENSCHEN. SEE Hounded'
Men.

THE GEM OF AGRA. 1930. 1 reel.

Credits: Elmer Clifton & Alfred Mannon.
Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 19Oct30; MP2007.

THE GEM OF THE OCEAN. 1934. 2 reels,
sd.

Credits: Director. Roy Mack; story.
Cyrus Wood.

The Vitaphone Corp.; !Dec34; LP5132.

GEMS OF M. G. M. (Colortone Revue)
1930. 2 reels, sd.. b&w.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 19May30; MP1521.

GENDARME MOEB1US. Deutsche Bioscop
Gesellschaft. Berlin. 1914.

Louis Gero (Victor Bldthgen. author);
title, descr. & 69 prints. 2Febl4; LU2072.

GENE MORGAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
1928. 1 reel. sd.
Vitaphone Corp.; 17Feb28; MP4734.

GENE OF THE NORTHLAND. Bison. 1915.
2 reels.

Credits: Producer. Jack J. Clark; scena-
rio.. Gene Gauntier.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 30Jull5;
LP5986.

THE GENERAL. Released through General
Film. 1917. 15 min.

Credits: Arranged and directed by Arthur
D. Hotaling.

Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 24Novl7;
LP11760.

THE GENERAL. United Artists Corp.
1926. 8 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Buster
Keaton and Clyde Bruckman; adaptation,
Al Boasberg. Charles Smith.

Joseph M. Schenck; 22Dec26; LP23453.

THE GENERAL. (M. G. M. Colortone Re-
vue) 1930. 2 reels, sd., color.
Credits: Director, Nick Grinde.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 20Nov30; MP2067.

THE GENERAL. SEE The Virtuous Sin.

GENERAL CRACK. Vitaphone. 1929.
11 reels. From the novel by George
Preedy [pseud.]

Credits: Director. Alan Crosland; screen-
play and dialogue. J. Grubb Alexander;
adaptation. Walter Anthony.

Warner Bros. Pictures. Inc.; 28Dec29;
LP957.

GENERAL CRACK. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel
sd.
The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Nov29; MP910.

THE GENERAL DIED AT DAWN. Presented
by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 10 reels..

Credits: Director. Lewis Milestone;
storv. Charles G. Booth; screenplay,
Clifford Odets.



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THE GENERAL DIED AT DAWN. Cont'd.

Paramount Pictures. Inc.; 4Sep36;
LP6586.

A GENERAL FAVORITE. 1927.

Royal Baking Powder Co.; title, descr.
& 2 prints. 8Jun27; MU4075.

GENERAL GINSBURG. RCA Photophone.
Inc. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Producer, Louis Brock; super-
vision, Dick Currier; director. Mark
Sandrich; story and dialogue. Mark Sand-
rich, Nat Carr; editor, Russell G. Shields.

RKO Productions. Inc.; 13Apr30;
LP1395.

THE GENERAL GOES TOO FAR. SEE High
Command.

GENERAL MOTORS PRESENTS ITS PRESI-
DENTWILLIAM S. KNUDSEN. 1938.
Sd.. b&w. 35mm.

General Motor Sales Corp., Dept. of
Public Relations (Jam Handy Picture Ser-
vice, author); title & descr.. 3Nov38; 63
prints. 4Nov38; MU8898.

GENERAL PHYSICS. EXPERIMENTAL AND
APPLIED. Introductory. 1922. 1 reel.

Julien H. Bryan (William D. Henderson,
author); title & 6 prints, 3Jan22; descr..
27Jan22; MU2124.

GENERAL SPANKY. (Hal Roach Feature
Comedy) 1936. 8 reels, sd.. b&w.

Credits: Directors, Fred Newmeyer,
Gordon Douglas; original story and screen-
play, Richard Flournoy, Hal Yates. John
Guedel; film editor. Ray Snyder; music
score, Marvin Hatley.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 4Dec36;
LP6811.

GENERAL VITAPHONE TRAILER WITH
CONRAD NAGEL. 1928. 1 reel.
Vitaphone Corp.; 31Mar28; MP4857.

GENERALS OF THE FUTURE, GRADUA-
TION WEEK AT U. S. MILITARY ACAD-
EMY. WEST POINT. 1914. 1 reel.
Thomas A. Edison. Inc.; !Sepl4;
MP226.

GENEVA BY THE LAKE. (Along the Royal
Road to Romance Upon the Magic Carpet
of Movietone) 1934. 1 reel. sd.
Fox Film Corp.; 21Dec34; MP5721.

THE GENIUS. 1914.

Klaw & Erlanger (Protective Amuse-
ment Co., author); 25Junl4; LP3036.

THE GENTLE ART OF BURGLARY. Victor.
1916. 1 reel.

Credits: Written and produced by Ray-
mond L. Schrock.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 8Jull6-
LP8659.

THE GENTLE CYCLONE. 1926. 5 reels.
b&w, tinted sequences.

Credits: Director, William S. Van Dyke;
story. Frank R. Buckley; scenario, Thomas
Dixon, Jr.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp.. author);
20Jun26; LP22903.

THE GENTLE ILL WIND. SEE The Edge of
the Law.

GENTLE JULIA. 1923. 6 reels. Based on
the novel by Booth Tarkington.

Credits: Director. Rowland V. Lee; adap-
tation and scenario. Donald W. Lee.

William Fox (Fox Film Corp.. author);
3Dec23; LP19676.

GENTLE JULIA. 1936. 7 reels, sd. Based
on the novel by Booth Tarkington.

Credits: Director. John Blystone; screen-
play, Lamar Trotti; music director, Sam-
uel Kaylin.

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
3Apr36; LP6335.



A GENTLE VOLUNTEER. Rex. 1916.
3 reels.

Credits: M. B. Harvey; producer. Ben
Wilson.

Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Mayl6;
LP8311.

THE GENTLEMAN BURGLAR. 1915.
2 reels.

Credits: Director, E. A. Martin.

Selig Polyscope Co. (E. Lynn Summers,
author); 29Marl5; LP4884.

THE GENTLEMAN FROM AMERICA. 1923.
5 reels.

Credits: Director, Edward Sedgwick;
story. Raymond L. Schrock; scenario,
George Hull.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Feb23;
LP18650.

THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA. 1915.
5 reels. Based on the novel by Booth
Tarkington.

J. C. Ivers (Booth Tarkington, author);
3Novl5; LP6896.

THE GENTLEMAN FROM LOUISIANA.
1936. 7 reels.

Credits: Producer, Nat Levine; super-
vision, Colbert Clark; director, Irving
Pichel; original story. Jerry Chodorov,
Bert Granet; screenplay, Gordon Rigby,
Joseph Fields, additional dialogue, Lee
Freeman.

Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Aug36;
LP6576.

A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI. Pre-
sented by Brady Photo Play Co., Inc.
1914. From the play by Thomas A.
Wise and Harrison Rhodes.

Credits: Picturized by George L. Sargent.

World Film Corp. (Tom Wise, author);
title & 108 prints, 21Sepl4; descr., 5Octl4;
LU3524.

A GENTLEMAN OF FASHION. 1913.
Credits: Director, George B. Baker.
Vitagraph Co. of America (Frances
Cook, author); 16Jull3; LP953.

A GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE. 1915.

Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc.
(John Stapleton. P. G. Wodehouse, and
Cecil B. DeMille, authors); title, descr. &
30 prints, 2Marl5; LU4581.

A GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE. Presented
by Jesse L. Lasky. 1923. 6 reels.
Adapted from the play by John Stapleton
and P. G. Wodehouse.

Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery;
adaptation, Anthony Coldewey.

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17Jul23;
LP19213.

A GENTLEMAN OF NERVE. Victor. 1916.
1 reel.

Credits: Director, Carter De Haven;
story, Florence Wallace; scenario, Harry
Wulze.

Universal Film Mfg. Co.. Inc.; 27Decl6;
LP9834.

A GENTLEMAN OF PARIS. 1927. 5.927ft.
From the novel "Bellamy the Magnificent"
by Roy Horniman.

Credits: Director. Harry D'Abbadie
D'Arrast; adaptation, Benjamin Glazer.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
15Oct27; LP24522.

A GENTLEMAN OF QUALITY. 1919.
5 reels. From the story by Frederic Van
Rensselaer Dey.

Credits: Director. James Young; scena-
rio, Edward J. Montagne.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 15Febl9;
LP13404.

GENTLEMAN OR THIEF. 1914.

Biograph Co. (Anita Loos, author); title,
descr. & 79 prints. 19Marl4; LU2339.



THE GENTLEMAN RANKER. 1913.

Apex Film Co. (Martin Film Co., Ltd..
author); title, descr. & 44 prints, IDeclS-
LU1684.

A GENTLEMAN ROUGHNECK. 1925.
5 reels.

Credits: Written and directed by Grover
Jones.

Hercules Film Productions. Inc.;
HDec25; LP22100.

A GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT. 1918.
5 reels.

Credits: Wallace Irwin; director, David
Smith.

Vitagraph Co. of America; 20Jull8;
LP12705.

GENTLEMAN'S FATE. 1931. 10 reels, sd..
b&w.

Credits: Director, Merwyn LeRoy; story.
Ursula Parrott; dialogue continuity.
Leonard Praskins; film editor, William S.
Gray.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 19Feb31; LP1991.

A GENTLEMAN'S GENTLEMAN. 1913.

1 reel.

Credits: Bannister Merwin.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Junl3-
LP855.

GENTLEMEN ARE BORN. Presented by
First National Productions Corp. and The
Vitaphone Corp. 1934. 8 reels, sd.

Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green;
story. Robert Lee Johnson; screenplay,
Eugene Solow, Robert Lee Johnson.

First National Pictures. Inc.; 24Nov34;
LP5116.

GENTLEMEN OF NERVE. 1914.
Credits: Producer. Mack Sennett.
The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett.
author); 29Octl4; LP3632.

GENTLEMEN OF POLISH. (M. G.' M. Musi-
cal Revue) 1934. 2 reels, sd.. b&w.

Credits: Director. Alf Goulding.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 15Aug34;
LP4907.

GENTLEMEN OF THE BAR. (An Educa-
tional Star Personality Comedy) Presented
by E. W. Hammons. 1934. 1.648 ft., sd.

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

Educational Productions. Inc.; 28Dec34;
LP5197.

GENTLEMEN OF THE EVENING. 1929.

2 reels.

Credits: Produced and directed by George
LeMaire; story. Lew Hearn; film editor,
E. Pfitzenmeier.

Pathe Exchange. Inc.; 20Aug29; LP616.

GENTLEMEN OF THE PRESS. 1929.
7.167 ft.

Credits: Director. Millard Webb; stage
play. Ward Morehouse; adaptation, Bart-
lett Cormack.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
4May29; LP357.

GENTLEMEN OF THE WEST. 1923.
2 reels.

Credits: Director. Jay Marchant; story
and scenario, Ben Cohen.

Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Sep23;
LP19435.

GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES. Pre-
sented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
Lasky. 1928. 7 reels. From the story
by Anita Loos and the play by Anita Loos
and John Emerson.

Credits: Producer. Hector Turnbull;
director. Malcolm St. Clair; adaptation,
Anita Loos, John Emerson.

Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.;
28Jan28; LP24920.



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GENTLEMEN PREFER SCOTCH. Imperial.

1927. 2 reels.

Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall;
director. Jules White; story, Sam White.
Arthur Greenlaw; titles, Harold E. Tarshis.

Fox Film Corp.; 10Jul27; LP24224.

A GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT. 1915.

Pathe Freres (Balboa Feature Film
Co., author); title, descr. & 118 prints,
6Octl5; LU6567.

GENTLEMEN'S SPORTS. (Sports with Bill
Corum, no. 3) 1935. 1 reel.
Van Beuren Corp.; 13Dec35; MP6250.

THE GENTLEWOMAN. SEE An Old Fash-
ioned Elopement.

GENTS OF LEISURE. (Chester Conklin
Comedy, no. 5) 1931. 2 reels, sd.

Credits: Supervision, Phil L. Ryan;
director, Del Lord; story. Clarence Hen-
necke; film editor, Earl Neville.

Paramount Publix Corp.; 9May31;
LP2212.

GENUINE FISHER NO-DRAFT VENTILA-
TION. 1937.

Chevrolet Motor Co.; title & descr..
8Jan37; 88 prints, HFeb37; MU7171.

THE GEOGRAPHY LESSON. (A Colortone
Novelty) 1931. 2 reels.

Credits: Director, Nick Grinde.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing
Corp.; 30Mar31; MP2429.

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