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the Conquering PowerTHE CONQUERING POWER (1921-British) Directed by John Baxter. Starring Alice Terry, Rudolph Valentino, Eric Mayne, Ralph Lewis. A wealthy, avaricious miser forces his wife and daughter to suffer in poverty, while trying to put a stop to his daughter's affair with a rich young dandy. Running Time: 74 mins



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ACE OF CACTUS RANGE (1924)
Art Mix, Virginia Warwick, Clifford Davidson. U.S. Marshal rides into danger when he investigates a diamond-smuggling crook who has kidnapped a girl and her father who have discovered his activities. Directed by Victor (Denver Dixon) Adamson (father of Al Adamson of Independent-International Pictures) and Malon Andrus. 57 min. Reference No: 4528

ACE OF CLUBS (1925)
Al Hoxie, Minna Redman, Andrew Walden. Creepy killer leaves the "Ace of Clubs" as his murderous calling card. 50 min. Reference No: 3747

ACE OF HEARTS (1921)
Lon Chaney. For the love of one woman, two men are willing to give their lives, leaving the holder of the Ace of Hearts to lose. 60 min. Reference No: 3397

THE ADVENTURES OF TARZAN (1921)
Elmo Lincoln. Feature version of 1921 serial which no longer exists in complete form. 46 min. Reference No: 2323

AELITA, THE QUEEN OF MARS (1924-USSR)
Yuliya Solntseva, Emil Schoenemann. Futuristic story of a Russian scientist who builds a rocket and flies to Mars. English titles. 111 min. Reference No: 2929

AMERICAN ARISTOCRACY (1917)
Douglas Fairbanks, Jewel Carmen, Albert Parker. Entomologist falls for a wealthy industrialist's daughter, who is engaged to a Malted Milk Magnate that is illegally shipping gunpowder to Mexico. Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, Written by Anita Loos. 52 min. Reference No: 2331

THE AMERICANO (1917)
Douglas Fairbanks, Alma Reubens, Charlie Stevens. In a South American country, Fairbanks is arrested by a tyranical politician, and finds he must lead a jailbreak to free the country's president and his beautiful daughter from the dungeons and restore political stability. Directed by John Emerson, Written by Anita Loos and John Emerson. 58 min. Reference No: 3361

ARSENAL (1929-RUSSIAN)
Semyon Svashenko. Propagandist drama about the strikes affecting Russian home front during WWI. Directed by Alexander Dovzhenko. English titles. 70 min. Reference No: 1824

THE AVERAGE WOMAN (1924)
Pauline Garon, Harrison Ford, David Powell. A reporter writing the story of the Average Woman, discovers he is falling for the plain Jane he is basing his story on. Directed by William Christy Cabanne. 52 min. Reference No: 2318

BABES IN THE WOODS (1917)
Francis Carpenter, Virginia Lee Corbin, Carmen De Rue. To test his wife's fidelity, a wealthy man disappears after making his two children the chief beneficiaries of his will, and soon finds that his wife and brother are conspiring to kill the children for the money. Directed by Charles and Sidney Franklin. 44 min. Reference No: 1839

BACKSTAIRS (1921-GERMAN)
Henry Porten, Fritz Kortner. Young woman waits anxiously for a letter from her missing lover. English titles. 44 min. Reference No: 2353

THE BARGAIN (1915)
William S. Hart, J. Frank Burke, Clara Williams. Outlaw is wounded on his last heist and is nursed back to health by a kindly miner and his pretty daughter. He tries to go straight, but his past catches up to him when two miners recognize him from a wanted poster. 70 min. Reference No: 2350

THE BAT (1926)
Jack Pickford, Louis Fazanda. Maniacal killer disguises himself as a bat and terrorizes people in a scary old house. Spooky stuff with Mary Pickford's brother. 81 min. Reference No: 2304

BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN (1925-RUSSIAN)
Classic drama depicting the revolt of Russian peasants against the Czar's tyranny. Directed by Sergei Eisenstein. English titles. 71 min. Reference No: 1402

BATTLING ORIOLES (1924)
Glenn Tryon, Blanche Mehaffey. Story of once-famous baseball team who have fallen into complacency, but are brought back to life by the son of a former player. Directed by Hal Roach. 45 min. Reference No: 2074

BEAU BRUMMEL (1924)
John Barrymore, Mary Astor, Willard Lewis, Irene Rich. Story of the ambitious 19th Century English dandy's rise and fall. 80 min. Reference No: 1435

THE BELLS (1926)
Boris Karloff, Lionel Barrymore. Murder and guilt in a small European village. 67 min. Reference No: 2374

THE BELOVED ROGUE (1927)
John Barrymore, Conrad Veidt, Marceline Day. Swashbuckling rogue battles with Bergundians for King and Country. 97 min. Reference No: 2303

BIG STAKES (1922)
J.B. Warner, Elinor Faire. A Texas cowboy falls in love with a Mexican seorita. 61 min. Reference No: 2366

THE BIRTH OF A NATION (1915)
Dorothy Gish, Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh, Richard Barthelmess. Controversial, sweeping drama of the American South before and after the Civil War, including the rise of the KKK. Directed by D.W. Griffith. *Plus* BIRTH OF A RACE (1918), blacks' views on BIRTH OF A NATION. COLOR-TINTED. 200 min. Reference No: 1813

THE BLACK PIRATE (1926)
Douglas Fairbanks, Donald Crisp, Billie Dove. Mariner vows revenge on the pirates who killed his father, eventually becoming the leader of the Jolly Roger and the King of the Buccaneers. IN 2-STRIP TECHNICOLOR. 104 min. Reference No: 1118

BLIND HUSBANDS (1919)
Sam DeGrasse, Francelia Billington, Erich von Stroheim, Jack Perrin. During a vacation in the Alps, a famous surgeon's neglected wife is wooed by an Austrian cavalry officer. Written and Directed by Erich von Stroheim. 67 min. Reference No: 2359

BLOOD AND SAND (1922)
Rudolph Valentino, Lita Lee, Nita Naldi. Rise and fall of a peasant boy who becomes Spain's most famous Matador, but is seduced by a scheming woman. 60 min. Reference No: 1312

BLOOD AND STEEL (1925)
Helen Holmes, William Desmond. Desmond out to avenge his father's enemy by destroying his railroad. 65 min. Reference No: 2393

THE BLOT (1921)
Phillip Hubbard, Claire Windsor, Louis Calhern. Poor professor's daughter catches the eye of a wealthy student. Directed by Lois Weber. 80 min. Reference No: 2391

BLUE BLAZES RAWDEN (1918)
William S. Hart, Robert McKim, Hart Hoxie. Rugged lumberjack takes up residence at a hotel and immediately gets in trouble by beating the hotel owner at cards and stealing his girl. Directed by William S. Hart. 65 min. Reference No: 2390

BOLSHEVISM ON TRIAL (1919)
Robert Frazer, Leslie Stowe, Jim Savage, Pinna Nesbit. Social worker and soldier yearn for a society where all are equals. To cure his son of such idealistic views, the soldier's father sets up a commune on an island off the Florida coast to prove it could never work. 80 min. Reference No: 4791

BORDERLAND RANGERS (1920's)
Jack Fairbanks. Early western with Jack riding the range and getting the girl. 40 min. Reference No: 2383

BRAVEHEART (1925)
Rod La Rocque, Lilian Rich, Tyrone Power. Young Indian tries to accommodate to white man's society by studying law at a college, but ends up alienating his own people. Directed by Alan Hale. 51 min. Reference No: 1723

BROKEN BLOSSOMS (1919)
Lilian Gish, Donald Crisp, Richard Barthelmess, Arthur Howard. Tragic story of a disillusioned Buddhist shopowner who protects a young girl from her evil, abusive father. Produced, Directed and original music Written by D.W. Griffith. Remade in 1936. 76 min. Reference No: 2067

BROKEN HEARTS OF BROADWAY (1919)
Colleen Moore, John Walker. Very early Moore in dramatic role, as the successes and failures of various performers, producers, and other residents of Broadway are examined. 85 min. Reference No: 2408

A BURLESQUE OF CARMEN (1915)
Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Ben Turpin, May White. Soldier falls in love with a gypsy and must overcome the many rivals for her affection. Written and Directed by Charlie Chaplin. 30 min. Reference No: 2405

THE BUSHER (1919)
Colleen Moore, Jack Gilbert, Charles Ray, Jay Morley. Hick pitcher's quick rise in the baseball world turns him into a snob, and when he begins snubbing his home town friends, his pitching suffers and he gets sent back to the bush-leagues. Produced by Thomas Ince. 54 min. Reference No: 2404

CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1919-GERMAN)
Conrad Veidt, Werner Krauss, Lil Dagover. Influential cinematic masterpiece as a magician hypnotizes a sleepwalker to carry out his murderous doings. English titles. 60 min. Reference No: 1431

CAMILLE (1921)
Nazimova, Rudolph Valentino, Arthur Hoyt. Classic Alexandre Dumas love story about an unsophisticated law student who forsakes his family and career when he falls passionately in love with Camille, a notorious Parisian courtesan. With original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 63 min. Reference No: 3452

CAMPUS KNIGHTS (1924)
Raymond McKee, Shirley Palmer, Marie Quillen, Jean Laverty. Mckee plays dual roles as a prudish college professor who is mistaken for his playboy brother. 58 min. Reference No: 3561

CANYON OF MISSING MEN (1930)
Tom Tyler. Early Tyler western that defined his cowboy character as he falls for outlaw gangleader's daughter. 45 min. Reference No: 2402

THE CAT AND THE CANARY (1927)
Laura LaPlante, Creighton Hale. Forerunner of all old dark house mysteries, as the heirs of a millionaire's fortune gather in a spooky mansion to find out who gets the cash. Directed by Paul Leni. 100 min. Reference No: 1176

CHAMPAGNE (1928-BRITISH)
Betty Balfour, Gordon Harker. Champagne Mogul tries to teach his frivolous daughter a lesson in responsibility by feigning bankruptcy. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 93 min. Reference No: 1141

A CHAPTER IN HER LIFE (1923)
Family's unhappy ties are changed when a young woman enters the household. Directed by Lois Weber. 65 min. Reference No: 2422

CHARLEY'S AUNT (1925)
Sydney Chaplin, James Page, Ethel Shannon. Male student cross-dresses as a female chaperone for his chums in this classic farce from Charlie Chaplin's big brother. 75 min. Reference No: 2281

CHASE ME CHARLIE (1918)
Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance. Compilation of many Essanay-Chaplin comedies. Written and Directed by Charlie Chaplin. 55 min. Reference No: 2418

THE CHEERFUL FRAUD (1927)
Reginald Denny, Gertrude Olmstead, Emily Fitzroy. After being snubbed by his true love, a wealthy young man masquerades as a butler so he can be near the girl that he loves. 65 min. Reference No: 4356

CIVILIZATION (1916)
Herschel Mayall, Lola May, Howard Hickman. War-loving Count develops a submarine capable of destroying the enemy, but falls under the spell of a peace activist and becomes a convert to her cause. Produced and Directed by Thomas H. Ince. 62 min. Reference No: 1823

THE CLAW (1927)
Claire Windsor, Norman Kerry. Young man, rejected by the girl he loves, tries to prove his manhood by going to Africa. 55 min. Reference No: 2431

COBRA (1925)
Rudolph Valentino, Nita Naldi, Casson Ferguson, Gertrude Olmstead. Impoverished Italian nobleman takes a job with a New York antique dealer and falls in love with his secretary. Complications abound when Rodrigo is pursued by a gold-digger who believes he's still wealthy and becomes romantically torn between the two women. Original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 70 min. Reference No: 1119

COLLEGE (1927)
Buster Keaton, Florence Turner, Harold Goodwin, Ann Cornwall. Shy, nerdy university student becomes a sports star to impress a girl with an eye for athletes. 65 min. Reference No: 2068

THE COMEBACK (1924-GERMAN)
Max Schmeling. Early German boxing melodrama. English titles. 60 min. Reference No: 2446

THE COMING OF AMOS (1925)
Jetta Goudal, Rod La Rocque, Noah Beery. Shy Aussie sheep herder vacationing on the French Riviera falls for a princess who is being held captive. 60 min. Reference No: 2444

CONDUCTOR 1492 (1924)
Johnny Hines, Doris May, Dan Mason. Impulsive Irish immigrant comes to America and gets a job as a streetcar operator, where he saves the life of the company president's son, falls in love with his daughter, and must save the firm from a hostile takeover. 85 min. Reference No: 2440

CONQUERING POWER (1921)
Alice Terry, Rudolph Valentino, Eric Mayne, Ralph Lewis. Wealthy, avaricious miser forces his wife and daughter to suffer in poverty, while trying to put a stop to his daughter's affair with a rich young dandy. 74 min. Reference No: 3453

CONRAD IN QUEST OF HIS YOUTH (1920)
Thomas Meighan, Mabel Van Buren, Kathlyn Williams. Middle-aged man tries to recapture his lost youth by visiting old places and acquaintances, which only seems to depress him further, until he meets a mysterious, beautiful young woman. Produced and Directed by William C. DeMille. 56 min. Reference No: 2308

COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO (1912)
James O'Neill. Classic tale of man who is torn away from his family and unjustly imprisoned for years before he can make his escape and realize his plans for revenge. 55 min. Reference No: 1577

THE COUNTRY KID (1923)
Wesley Barry, "Spec" O'Donnell. Teenager and two brothers are harrassed by evil uncle out to get their inheritance. 60 min. Reference No: 1708

THE CRADLE OF COURAGE (1920)
William S. Hart, Ann Little, Gertrude Clair. Former safecracker comes home from the war and is torn between loyalty to his old gang and the principles he learned in the army. Written and Directed by Lambert Hillyer. 55 min. Reference No: 1099

THE CRAZY RAY (1923-FRENCH)
Henri Rollan, Albert Prejean, Marcel Vallee. Mad scientist attempts to put all of Paris in a trance, and succeeds, except for six people! Written and Directed by Rene Clair. English titles. 60 min. Reference No: 1822

CUSTER'S LAST FIGHT (1912)
Produced by Thomas H. Ince. Sioux and Cheyenne tribes fight the white man. 50 min. Reference No: 2089

THE CYCLONE CAVALIER (1925)
Reed Howes, Carmelita Geraghty. Irresponsible young man is sent south of the border and has many adventures. 58 min. Reference No: 2470

THE DANCER'S PERIL (1917)
Alice Brady, Philip Hahn, Montague Love, Johnny Hines. Russian court refuses to recognize a duke's marriage to a common ballerina, leaving her open to an assassination plot. She flees the country, giving her daughter to the matron of a Ballerina School to raise. 53 min. Reference No: 2467

D'ARTAGNAN (1916)
Orin Johnson, Dorothy Dalton, Walt Whitman, George Fisher. Young D'Artagnan travels to France, befriends the Three Musketeers and must protect the monarchy from being discredited by the power hungry Cardinal Richelieu. 63 min. Reference No: 2463

DAUGHTERS OF EVE (1928-GERMAN)
Anny Ondra. Story about showgirl vamp leading men astray. English titles. 65 min. Reference No: 1129

DAVID COPPERFIELD (1913-BRITISH)
Dickens Classic tale, this is reported to be the first feature length film made in England. COLOR TINTED. 55 min. Reference No: 2474

THE DEERSLAYER (1920)
Bela Lugosi, Emile Mamelock. Based on James Fenimore Cooper's novel. Bela plays Chingachgook, an American Indian & companion of the Deerslayer. This film was believed lost for many years. 60 min. Reference No: 2018

DESTINY (1921-GERMAN)
Lil Dagover, Rudolf Klein-Rogge. Woman attempts to save her lover from Death, despite what Death has showed her. Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. 80 min. Reference No: 1231

DEVIL'S ISLAND (1926-FRENCH)
George Lewis, Pauline Frederick, Marion Nixon. Prison tale of cruel wardens and inhumane conditions on the famous French prison. English titles. 73 min. Reference No: 2453

DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (1911)
James Cruze. Scientist discovers a drug that can separate Good and Evil elements found in every human, but finds his "good" side has a difficult time controlling the "evil". 10 min. Reference No: 1581

DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (1913)
King Baggot, Jane Gail, Matt Singer. Baggot plays the title characters in the very first Universal horror film. 30 min. Reference No: 2480

DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (1920)
John Barrymore, Martha Mansfield, Nita Naldi, Brandon Hurst. The classic Stevenson horror tale with Barrymore in the dual role. 63 min. Reference No: 1581B

DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (1920)
Sheldon Lewis, Alexander Shannon, Dora Mills Adams. Another version of the classic horror tale has a unique surprise ending that Stevenson probably never dreamed of. 60 min. Reference No: 2479

DR. MABUSE THE GAMBLER, PART ONE (1922-GERMAN)
Audegede Nissen, Rudolf Klein-Rogge. Allegory regarding the decadence of post WWI Germany told through the person of Dr. Mabuse, a master criminal who gambles with other peoples lives and fates. Brilliantly directed and photographed. Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. 120 min. Reference No: 1226

DR. MABUSE THE GAMBLER, PART TWO (1922-GERMAN)
Part two detailing Dr. Mabuse's descent into complete madness. Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. 93 min. Reference No: 1227

DON Q, SON OF ZORRO (1925)
Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Astor, Donald Crisp. Fairbanks takes on four different roles, as Zorro's son continues his father's fight against evil and injustice. Directed by Donald Crisp. 110 min. Reference No: 1436

DOWN TO EARTH (1917)
Douglas Fairbanks, Eileen Percy, Gustave von Seyffertitz. Big game hunter returns home to find his true love in a mental institution for the wealthy after suffering a nervous breakdown. He proceeds to buy the Hospital, and takes all the hypocondriacs on his yacht, which gets shipwrecked on a desert island. Directed by John Emerson, Written by Douglas Fairbanks, Anita Loos and John Emerson. 68 min. Reference No: 2482

DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS (1922)
Clara Bow, Raymond McKee. Bow makes her film debut in this story about a young Quaker girl in a nineteenth century Massachusetts whaling town. Directed by Elmer Cliffton. 83 min. Reference No: 1437

THE DROP KICK (1927)
Richard Barthelmess, Hedda Hopper, John Wayne (Cameo). Star drop-kicker must choose between the cute girl his mom wants him to date, and the married woman who flirts with him. COLOR TINTED. Original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 62 min. Reference No: 1326

DYNAMITE DAN (1924)
Boris Karloff, Kenneth McDonald, Frank Rice, Harry Woods. Man accidentally knocks out the heavyweight champ, and decides to quit his day job and become a professional boxer. Directed by Bruce Mitchell. 62 min. Reference No: 3239

THE EAGLE (1925)
Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Banky, Louise Dresser. Young Cossack lieutenant becomes the masked "Black Eagle" to avenge his father's murder. Delightful romantic costume picture is referred to by some as one of Valentino's finest performances. Based on a story by Alexander Pushkin. Original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 75 min. Reference No: 1313

EASY VIRTUE (1927-BRITISH)
Isabel Jean, Ian Hunter, Franklin Dyall. The trials and tribulations of an unhappily married socialite who is cheating on her husband, resulting in scorn from her peers. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 62 min. Reference No: 2023

ELLA CINDERS (1926)
Colleen Moore, Harry Langdon, Jed Prouty, Lloyd Hughes. Hollywood is parodied as a girl wins a small town beauty contest and lands a big screen contract. Directed by Alfred E. Green. 60 min. Reference No: 2502

THE END OF ST. PETERSBURG (1927-RUSSIAN)
Ivan Chuvelev, A.P. Chistiakov. Russian laborer becomes a scab during a workers' strike, and is then coerced into joining the military just before the October Revolution. Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin. English titles. 75 min. Reference No: 1825

EVOLUTION (1923)
Produced by Max Fleischer. Film on the topic of evolution with several animated sequences by Willis O'Brien. COLOR-TINTED. Plus EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RELATIVITY (1923)
Explains principles involved in Einstein's Theory using animation. 75 min. Reference No: 1203

THE EXTRA GIRL (1923)
Mabel Normand, Max Davidson, Ralph Graves. Farm girl wins a beauty contest and travels to Hollywood to be a star, despite the objection of her parents. Normand's last feature film. 70 min. Reference No: 2496

THE EYES OF YOUTH (1919)
Clara Kimaball Young, Gareth Hughes, Edmund Lowe, Rudolph Valentino. Young woman gets help from an East Indian fortune teller as to which path she should take in life: to marry for money or for love, or to pursue a career in opera. 78 min. Reference No: 1315

EYES RIGHT (1926)
Francis X. Bushman Jr, Flobelle Fairbanks. Down on his luck high school student takes a job as a potato-peeler at the Naval Academy, hoping that he may one day attend the institution. 46 min. Reference No: 2494

FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER (1928-SPANISH)
Melville Weber, Marguerite Gance, Jean Debucourt. Roderick Usher's sister suffers from catalepsy and is buried alive, but returns to seek revenge. Written and Directed by Luis Bunuel and Jean Epstein. English titles. 45 min. Reference No: 2291

FALSE FACES (1919)
Henry B. Walthall, Lon Chaney, Mary Anderson, Milton Ross. Lone Wolf is commissioned by the British to find a German master spy who has set up headquarters in America. 65 min. (FAIR PICTURE QUALITY) Reference No: 1574

THE FARMER'S WIFE (1928-BRITISH)
Jameson Thomas, Lillian Hall-Davis, Gordon Harker. Widowed farmer searches for a new wife, overlooking the most obvious choice. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 97 min. Reference No: 2024

THE FATAL PASSIONS OF DR. MABUSE (1922-GERMAN)
Ruldolf Klien-Rogge. Feature version of the serial "Dr. Mabuse the Gambler". Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. 88 min. Reference No: 2491

FAUST (1926-GERMAN)
Emil Jannings, Warner Fuetlerer, Camilla Horn. Classic story of the man who sold his soul to Satan in return for youth. Directed by F.W. Murnau. English titles. 90 min. Reference No: 2489

FEEL MY PULSE (1928)
Bebe Daniels, Richard Arlen, William Powell. Millionaire germ-freak leaves everything to his niece with one stipulation: she must maintain a germ-free life. And her inheritance? An island sanitarium that has been taken over by rum-runners. 60 min. Reference No: 2699

$50,000 REWARD (1924)
Ken Maynard, Esther Ralston. Maynard's first western has him at the mercy of a dissolute banker who wants Maynard's land deed and will stop at nothing to get it! 49 min. Reference No: 2129

FIGHTERS OF THE SADDLE (1929)
Art Acord. Son is rejected by father when he resists his father's demands to oust a poor family off the ranch. 47 min. Reference No: 2522

FLESH AND BLOOD (1922)
Lon Chaney, Edith Roberts. Unjustly imprisoned lawyer is released to find his wife has died. Enraged, he assumes the guise of a crippled beggar to seek revenge on those who framed him. Directed by Irving Cummings. 55 min. Reference No: 2517

FLIRTING WITH FATE (1916)
Douglas Fairbanks, Howard Gaye, Jewel Carmen, Lillian Langdon. Girlfriend of a penniless artist dumps him, so he hires a hitman to kill him; but when the artist's life starts taking a new direction, he decides he wants to live! What now? Directed by William Christy Cabanne. 51 min. Reference No: 2698

A FOOL THERE WAS (1915)
Theda Bara, Edward Jose, Mabel Fremyear, Frank Powell, Creighton Hale. The film that launched the "Vamp" genre. Beautiful, heartless woman targets a virtuous businessman as her next victim. Directed by Frank Powell. 60 min. Reference No: 1708B

FOOLISH WIVES (1922)
Erich von Stroheim, Mae Bush, Harrison Ford. The societal muddle of post-war Europe is the backdrop for this story of a bogus count who blackmails women. Directed by Erich von Stroheim. 117 min. Reference No: 1776

THE FORBIDDEN CITY (1918)
Norma Talmadge, Thomas Meighan, A.E. Warren. Chinese girl secretly marries a visiting American official and lives happily for years, but in his absence, her father offers her to the emperor's harem. Directed by Sidney A. Franklin. 55 min. Reference No: 2045

THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE (1921)
Rudolph Valentino, Alice Terry, Pomeroy Cannon, Alan Hale, Wallace Beery. Wealthy Argentinian cattle owner's son, a painter in Paris, is persuaded to enlist in the war effort, spurred on by a recruiter who invokes the image of The Four Horsemen. Original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 158 min. Reference No: 3557

FREE TO LOVE (1925)
Clara Bow, Donald Keith, Raymond Mckee. Young female ex-con is taken in by a wealthy patron, but finds that she can't escape her past when her benefactor is found murdered. Directed by Frank O'Connor. 61 min. Reference No: 1438

THE GARDEN OF EDEN (1928)
Corinne Griffith, Louise Dresser, Charles Ray. Young woman dreams of career as an opera singer but instead becomes a dancer in a seedy nightclub. Directed by Lewis Milestone ("All Quiet on the Western Front", "Of Mice and Men"), Art Direction by William Cameron Menzies ("Gone With The Wind"). 78 min. Reference No: 1380

THE GENERAL (1926)
Buster Keaton, Marion Mack, Jim Farley, Joe Keaton. Not only one of Keaton's finest, but some say it's the funniest silent movie ever made, as Buster plays a Confederate soldier who steals a Union train single-handedly. Directed by Buster Keaton. 77 min. Reference No: 1704

THE GENERAL LINE (1929-RUSSIAN)
Marfa Lapkina. Quasi-documentary of a poor Soviet woman who convinces her village to form a cooperative. Directed by Sergei Eisenstein, his last silent film. English titles. 90 min. Reference No: 1230

GETTING GERTIE'S GARTER (1927)
Marie Prevost, Charles Ray, Franklin Pangborn. Similar to "Up in Mabel's Room" (1926). Gertie's ex-fiance tries to get back an embarrassing keepsake (the title item) without the knowledge of his new girl, or Gertie's current fiance! COLOR-TINTED. 74 min. Reference No: 2551

THE GIRL OF GOLD (1925)
Florence Vidor, Malcolm MacGregor, Alan Roscoe, Bessie Eyton. Flapper-era romance. Directed by John Ince. 60 min. Reference No: 2540

GOING STRAIGHT (1916)
Norma Talmadge, Ralph Lewis, Eugene Pallette, Carmen De Rue. Reformed husband-and-wife criminal team are now respected and affluent members of the community, until a former associate threatens to expose them unless they help him pull one more heist. Directed by Charles and Sidney Franklin. COLOR TINTED. 55 min. Reference No: 2573

THE GOLD RUSH (1925)
Charlie Chaplin, Georgia Hale, Mack Swain, Tom Murray. The Little Tramp is in the Yukon searching for gold and romance in this classic film that some consider to be the best comedy ever made. Written, Directed, Produced, and Music by Charlie Chaplin. 88 min. Reference No: 1439

THE GOLEM (1920-GERMAN)
Paul Wegener, Albert Steinruck, Ernst Deutsch. Rabbi brings a huge clay creature to life in order to save the Jews of medieval Prague. Written and Directed by Paul Wegener. English titles. 80 min. Reference No: 1928

THE HAUNTED CASTLE (SCHLOSS VOGELOD) (1921-GERMAN)
Werner Kraus, Arnold Korff, Lulu Keyser-Korff. Vintage German expressionism, as a nobleman entertains guests at a strange castle where peculiar things occur. Directed by F.W. Murnau. English titles. 56 min. Reference No: 1204

THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN (1922)
Will Rogers. Comedy version of Washington Irving's "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" with Rogers as Ichabod Crane. 55 min. Reference No: 1601

THE HEART OF A HERO (1916)
Robert Warwick, Gail Kane, Alec B. Francis, Henry West. Story of Nathan Hale, a revolutionary who quickly rises through the ranks of the American militia, eventually becoming a spy against the British. 65 min. Reference No: 2589

THE HEART OF HUMANITY (1919)
Dorothy Phillips, William Stowell, Erich Von Stroheim, Walt Whitman, Lloyd Hughes. French girl marries one of five Canadian brothers who all enlist to fight in Europe during WWI. Written and Directed by Allen Holubar. 110 min. Reference No: 1379

HEART OF TEXAS RYAN (1916)
George Fawcett, Tom Mix, Bessie Eyton, Frank Campeau. Straight-shooting, hard-riding cowpoke falls hard for the daughter of a rugged cattle baron, but learns she has been kidnapped by an evil Mexican bandit. 56 min. Reference No: 1214

HEARTS OF THE WORLD (1918)
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Dorothy Gish, George Fawcett, Josephine Crowell. French artist's son goes off to WWI and eventually infiltrates enemy lines as a spy when his village is shelled by the Germans, causing his girlfriend to go insane from the loss of her family. Produced and Directed by D.W. Griffith. 100 min. Reference No: 2026

HELL'S HINGES (1916)
William S. Hart, Clara Williams, Robert Mckim, Jean Hersholt. Weak-willed Reverend is killed trying to clean up the lawless town of Hell's Hinges, making bad guy Hart go straight to avenge the murder. Produced by Thomas H. Ince, Directed by Charles Swickard. 57 min. Reference No: 1215

HIS FIRST FLAME (1926)
Harry Langdon, Vernon Dent. Langdon's first feature film, as a fireman who falls in love for the first time. Written by Frank Capra. 62 min. Reference No: 2581

HIS MAJESTY THE AMERICAN (1919)
Douglas Fairbanks, Marjorie Daw, Frank Campeau, Lilian Langdon. Millionaire thrill-seeker travels to a small European kingdom to find his long lost mother and discover the source of the mysterious income that supports him. Written and Directed by Joseph Henabery. 77 min. Reference No: 2579

HIS MAJESTY THE SCARECROW OF OZ/THE MAGIC CLOAK OF OZ (1914)
Violet MacMillan, Frank Moore, Mildred Harris, Fred Woodward. Two classic stories from the creator of the Wonderful World of Oz. In "His Majesty" Dorothy must enlist the help of all her Oz friends when she is enslaved by an evil witch. In "Magic Cloak", Fluff of the Golden Hair and her brother Bud must retrieve a coat that gives its owner one wish. Written and Directed by L. Frank Baum. 80 min. Reference No: 2037

HIS PICTURE IN THE PAPERS (1916)
Douglas Fairbanks, Clarence Handyside, Jean Temple, Loretta Blake. Vegetarian health food tycoon is embarassed by his carnivorous son, and states that junior must get his picture in the paper before he can receive a half interest in the business and marry his true love. Directed by John Emerson, Written by John Emerson and Anita Loos. 68 min. Reference No: 2578

HOLD YOUR BREATH (1924)
Dorothy Devore, Priscilla Bonner, Tully Marshall. Stunt-saturated Christie thrill-comedy comparable to Lloyd's SAFETY LAST. Destitute young woman becomes a reporter and will brave any risk to get the goods on an eccentric millionaire. COLOR-TINTED. 60 min. Reference No: 3244

HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1923)
Lon Chaney, Patsy Ruth Miller, Ernest Torrence. First version of the Victor Hugo novel of a tortured, deformed bellringer at the Notre Dame Cathedral who falls in love with a gypsy woman. One of Chaney's most famous roles. Directed by Wallace Worsley. 100 min. Reference No: 1440

INTOLERANCE (1916)
Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh, Lillian Langdon, Constance Talmadge, Elmo Lincoln, Fred Turner, Lloyd Ingraham, Eugene Pallette, more stars than we can list here! Griffith's sweeping epic detailing four eras (Judean, Midieval French, Babylonian, and Present Day) of predjudice and inhumanity. Intense, melodramatic, influential film that set the stage for American cinema to come. Produced, Written, Directed, Edited, and Score Arranged by D.W. Griffith. 138 min. Reference No: 1389

THE IRON MASK (1929)
Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite de la Motte, Nigel de Brulier. D'Artagnan rejoins his friends The Three Musketeers to protect the King of France from Cardinal Richelieu's diabolical plan to set an imposter on the throne. Fairbank's last silent swashbuckler. 72 min. Reference No: 1441

THE ITALIAN (1915)
George Beban, Clara Williams, J. Frank Burke. Italian immigrant in the slums of early 1900s New York is beaten and robbed while getting medicine for his unhealthy baby. He is arrested for defending himself against his attackers, and swears revenge when his baby dies while he is in prison. Written and Produced by Thomas H. Ince, Directed by Reginald Barker. 78 min. Reference No: 1463

THE ITALIAN STRAW HAT (1928-FRENCH)
Albert Prejean, Olga Tschekowa, Marise Maia. Slapstick comedy of errors ensues when a groom's horse eats a lady's straw hat on the way to his wedding, and her escort demands that he replace it. Written and Directed by Rene Clair. English titles. 72 min. Reference No: 3362

JOYLESS STREET (1925-GERMAN)
Greta Garbo, Asta Nielsen, Werner Krauss. Story of two young women as they struggle through an economic crisis in post-WWI Vienna. Directed by G.W. Pabst. English titles. 61 min. Reference No: 2639

JUDITH OF BETHULIA (1913)
Blanche Sweet, Henry Walthall, Mae Marsh, Harry Carey, Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Elmo Lincoln. Apocryphal Old Testament story of a beautiful young widow who must betray the man she is falling in love with to save her people from his army. Directed by D.W. Griffith. 55 min. Reference No: 2638

JUNGLE PRINCESS (1920)
Juanita Hansen, George Cheesbro, Hector Dion. Feature version of serial "The Lost City" (1920). Group of adventurers with varied backgrounds join together for a safari into the heart of Africa, where they find a lost white race. Produced by William N. Selig, Directed by E.A. Martin. 52 min. Reference No: 2637

JUST TONY (1922)
Tony, Tom Mix, Claire Adams. Tom takes a backseat to his scene-stealing horse Tony, as the Legendary Cowboy trains a wild horse to find the man who shot him. 70 min. Reference No: 1216

JUVE CONTRE FANTOMAS (1913-FRENCH)
Rene Navarre. Action serial about a mysterious black-hooded villain called Fantomas and Juve, the police inspector who relentlessly pursues him. English titles. 45 min. Reference No: 2161

KEAN (1927-FRENCH)
Starring famous Russian actor Ivan Moujouskine. French titles. COLOR-TINTED. 94 min. Reference No: 2003

KING OF WILD HORSES (1924)
Edna Murphy, Leon Barry, Charley Chase, Rex. Children's story of a wild stallion that comes to the rescue. Rare dramatic role for silent funny man Chase. Directed by Fred Jackman, Produced by Hal Roach. 50 min. Reference No: 2625

KISMET (1920)
Otis Skinner, Rosemary Theby, Elinor Fair, Herschel Mayall, Leon Bary. Hajj, a beggar, awakes on the steps of a mosque in Mecca, and has one wild day as he cheats, steals, attempts an assassination, is imprisoned, escapes, saves his daughter from a harem, is banished, and eventually makes a trip back to Mecca. Directed by Louis J. Gasnier. 95 min. Reference No: 4789

KRIEMHILDE'S REVENGE (1924-GERMAN)
Paul Richter, Margareta Schoen, Rudolf Klein-Rogge. Sequel to "Siegfried" marks the second half of Lang's "Die Nibelungen", as Kriemhilde seeks revenge for the murder of her husband. Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. 95 min. Reference No: 2127

THE LADY OF THE LAKE (1928-BRITISH)
Benita Hume, Percy Marmont. From the poem by Sir Walter Scott. 55 min. Reference No: 1705

LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN (1925)
Ronald Colman, Irene Rich, May McAvoy. Oscar Wilde tale where an upper-class couple's marriage is almost ruined by suspected adultery. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, considered by some to be his best silent. 66 min. Reference No: 2655

THE LAMB (1915)
Douglas Fairbanks, Seena Owen, Lillian Langdon. Son of a wealthy New York family loses his fiancee when he's shown to be a coward during a beach bathing incident, but must prove to be a man when his sweetie is kidnapped by Yaqui Indians. Fairbanks' film debut. Written by William Christy Cabanne, Supervised by D.W. Griffith. 60 min. Reference No: 2654

LASH OF THE LAW (1925)
Bill Bailey. Bill helps save the ranch. 58 min. Reference No: 3363

THE LAST LAUGH (1925-GERMAN)
Emil Jannings. Classic German story of a hotel's pompous doorman who is shamed when he is demoted to washroom attendant because of his age. Directed by F.W. Murnau. English titles. 77 min. Reference No: 2650

THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS (1920)
Wallace Beery, Barbara Bedford, Albert Roscoe, Lillian Hall, Boris Karloff. Silent adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's novel, set during the French and Indian War. Produced and Directed by Maurice Tourneur. 40 min. Reference No: 2019

LAUGHTER ALLOWED (1930'S)
A compilation of Charlie Chaplin clips strung together, with music & added sound effects. 43 min. Reference No: 2648

LEAP YEAR (1921)
Fatty Arbuckle. Fatty's only surviving feature film. 60 min. Reference No: 2646

THE LEOPARD WOMAN (1920)
Louise Glaum, House Peters, Noble Johnson. Vampish Glaum is a spy whose assignment is to prevent a British agent's African desert safari from reaching its destination. Produced and Supervised by J. Parker Read. 66 min. Reference No: 2644

LET'S GO! (1923)
Richard Talmadge, Hal Clements, Tully Marshall. Stunt-packed action with Talmadge as the son of a cement company president who tries to save Dad's business. Produced by Richard Talmadge. 60 min. Reference No: 2640

THE LIGHT OF FAITH (1922)
Lon Chaney, Hope Hampton. Sick woman is cured when she touches the Holy Grail. Directed by Clarence Brown. 33 min. Reference No: 1576

THE LITTLE AMERICAN (1917)
Mary Pickford, Jack Holt, Raymond Hatton, Walter Long, James Neil, Wallace Beery, Colleen Moore. Young woman agrees to help the French against Germany when she finds out her aunt has died and her lover is fighting for the Germans. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, Written by Jeanie MacPherson and Cecil B. DeMille. 65 min. Reference No: 2878

LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY (1925)
Mary Pickford, William Hines. Tough, Irish tomboy Pickford mothers her policeman father while getting into trouble with the ethnically diverse denizens of the ghetto. Directed by William Beaudine. 100 min. Reference No: 2777

LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY (1921)
Mary Pickford, Claude Gillingwater, Kate Price. Pickford in dual role as the American orphan who finds out he's the heir to an English dukedom, and the Little Lord's mother (!) in this classic rendering. Directed by Jack Pickford and Alfred E. Green. 100 min. Reference No: 1815

THE LODGER (1928-BRITISH)
Ivor Novello, Marie Ault, Malcolm Keen. New lodger in private boarding house may be the infamous Jack the Ripper. Written and Directed by Alfred Hitchcock; the first REAL Hitchcock film! 66 min. Reference No: 2109

LORNA DOONE (1922)
Madge Bellamy, John Bowers. Young girl of royal descent is kidnapped and raised by bandits in Scotland. Directed by Maurice Tourneur. 65 min. Reference No: 2158

LOST EXPRESS (1926)
Helen Holmes, Henry Barrows. Heroine Holmes is a reckless railroad employee who must find out what's going on when the boss' private train vanishes. 48 min. Reference No: 2882

THE LOST WORLD (1925)
Wallace Beery, Bessie Love, Lewis Stone. Classic silent fantasy concerning explorers who find prehistoric animals living on a remote plateau in the heart of the Amazon. Special Effects by Willis O'Brien. COLOR-TINTED. 62 min. Reference No: 1490

THE LOVE FLOWER (1920)
Richard Barthelmess, Carol Dempster, George MacQuarrie, Anders Randolf. Soon after his release from an unjust imprisonment, a man is again implemented in a crime, this time the murder of his wife's lover. He and his daughter escape to a South Pacific isle where they must try to start life anew. Produced and Directed by D.W. Griffith. 70 min. Reference No: 2906

LOVE NEVER DIES (1922)
Madge Bellamy, Lloyd Hughes. Tragic story of love and revenge in a small town, as two "loose" women consider how to deal with a successful young man who comes to town claiming to be the son of one of them. Produced, Written and Directed by King Vidor. COLOR-TINTED. 55 min. Reference No: 2904

THE LOVE OF JEANNE NEY (1927-GERMAN)
Brigitte Helm. Melodrama of politics, intrigue and murder, as a blind woman falls in love with a Communist. Directed by G.W. Pabst. English titles. 98 min. Reference No: 2130

THE LURE OF THE RANGE (1924)
Dick Hatton. Rare excellent comedy western. 56 min. Reference No: 2901

THE MAD WHIRL (1925)
May McAvoy, Jack Mulhall, George Fawcett. Mom and Dad Herrington are middle-aged swingers with a son who follows in their footsteps; until he meets a nice church-going girl whose parents don't approve of his wild ways. Written by Lewis Milestone. 65 min. Reference No: 1382

MADEMOISELLE MIDNIGHT (1924)
Mae Murray, Earl Schenk, J. Farrell MacDonald. One of Murray's few surviving films. 70 min. Reference No: 1280

MALE AND FEMALE (1919)
Thomas Meighan, Theodore Roberts, Gloria Swanson, Raymond Hatton, Lila Lee, Bebe Daniels. Educated butler secretly loves his lord's daughter, while a scullery maid loves the butler, and shipwreck on a remote island further confuses the situation. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, Written by Jeanie Macpherson. 110 min. Reference No: 1135

THE MAN FROM BEYOND (1922)
Harry Houdini, Nita Naldi. Mystical atmosphere highlights this fantasy of a man who is revived after being frozen alive for 100 years, and meets his reincarnated true love. Written by Harry Houdini. 70 min. Reference No: 2911

MAN FROM HEADQUARTERS (1928)
Cornelius Keefe, Edith Roberts. Secret service agent must protect valuable documents from a ring of spies, one of whom is a pretty socialist that our hero falls in love with. 60 min. Reference No: 3364

THE MAN FROM THE PAINTED POST (1917)
Douglas Fairbanks, Eileen Percy, Frank Campeau, Monte Blue. Detective Doug dons the duds of a dude as he goes undercover to thwart a gang of cattle rustlers who decide to add kidnapping to their list of nefarious deeds. Directed by Joseph Henabery, Written by Douglas Fairbanks. 55 min. Reference No: 1842

MAN FROM TEXAS (1915)
Tom Mix, Bessie Eylon. Mix is on the trail of his murdering brother-in-law in this compilation of early Mix shorts. COLOR TINTED. 40 min. Reference No: 1814

THE MANXMAN (1929-BRITISH)
Carl Brisson, Malcolm Keen, Clare Greet. A fisherman thought drowned returns to find that his wife is expecting his best friend's baby. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 90 min. Reference No: 1075

THE MARK OF ZORRO (1920)
Douglas Fairbanks, Noah Beery, Claire McDowell, Marguerite de la Motte, Robert Mckim, Walt Whitman, Noah Beery Jr. This is the one, the only, the original and best Zorro film that will have you saying, "Antonio who??" A milquetoast nobleman secretly rides as the dashing protector of the people. Produced by Douglas Fairbanks, his first swashbuckler. 90 min. Reference No: 1442

THE MARRIAGE CIRCLE (1924)
Monte Blue, Adolphe Menjou, Florence Vidor, Marie Prevost, Creighton Hale. Comedy of manners concerning a bachelor on the loose who gets in the middle of several married couples in Vienna. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. 104 min. Reference No: 2753

MARRIED? (1925)
Constance Bennet, Owen Moore. Rich, pampered heiress of a timber company is forced into a marriage of convenience with a rough lumberman in order to save the business. 65 min. Reference No: 2266

MATRIMANIAC (1916)
Douglas Fairbanks, Constance Talmadge, Clyde Hopkins, Fred Warren. Man goes to great lengths to marry a woman against her father's wishes, but what will they do when the bride, groom, and reverend are separated by insurmountable circumstances? Directed by Paul Powell, Written by Anita Loos and John Emerson. 48 min. Reference No: 2924

MERRY-GO-ROUND (1923)
Story of romance between Mary Philban and Norman Kerry, who were also the stars of "The Phantom of the Opera". Directed by Eric Von Stroheim & Rupert Julian. 111 min. Reference No: 1224

METROPOLIS (1927-GERMAN)
Brigitte Helm, Rudolf Klein-Rogge. Lang's conclusive masterpiece of futuristic fantasy depicts life in the year 2000, as a member of the idle ruling class goes underground to see how the dehumanized working class gets along. Excellent, ahead-of-its-time, Sci-Fi/Fantasy film that defined a genre. Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. COLOR TINTED. 87 min. Reference No: 2017

MICKEY (1917)
Mabel Normand, George Nichols, Wheeler Oakman, Minta Durfee, Lew Cody, Minnie Ha Ha. Young orphan girl is brought up by her father's gold mining partner and is invited to stay with a rich aunt, but when the mine is proved to be worthless, the aunt forces the girl to become a servant. Watch for Edgar Kennedy as a bookie and William Colvin as the butler. Produced by Mack Sennett. 93 min. Reference No: 1886

MID CHANNEL (1920)
Clara Kimball Young, J. Frank Glendon, Eileen Robinson, Jack Livingstone. Husband and wife tire of each other's company and decide to look for solace in other partners. Produced and Directed by Harry Garson. 70 min. Reference No: 2948

MIDNIGHT FACES (1926)
Francis X. Bushman Jr., Kathryn McGuire, Jack Perrin. An eerie mansion in the Florida bayou is the backdrop for this story of a young heir, a scheming lawyer and a damsel in distress. 55 min. Reference No: 2288

THE MIDNIGHT GIRL (1925)
Bela Lugosi, Lila Lee. Russian opera singer flees to America for a new beginning, but must avoid the attentions of a corrupt patron. 84 min. Reference No: 2947

MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY (1927)
James Kirkwood, Lila Lee. Suspense film about a secret society who is plotting to purloin the inheritance of the daughter of one of their former members. 65 min. Reference No: 1136

THE MIRACLE MAN (1919)/THE OUBLIETTE (1914)
Lon Chaney. The only remaining footage (5 minutes) of THE MIRACLE MAN, a film about a gang of misfits, one of which can dislocate his limbs, who terrorize Chinatown sightseers. *PLUS* The earliest existing Chaney film, a version of the life of Francois Villon. 40 min. Reference No: 2212

MISS LULU BETT (1921)
Milton Sills. Another charming comedy from William de Mille. 63 min. Reference No: 2042

A MODERN MUSKETEER (1918)
Douglas Fairbanks, Marjorie Daw, Frank Campeau, Tully Marshall. Due to his mother's obsession with French novelist Alexandre Dumas, a Kansas lad is possessed with the spirit of D'Artagnan, and must protect an innocent young girl from a lecherous old millionaire. Filmed at the Grand Canyon. Written, Directed, and Edited by Allan Dwan. 35 min. Reference No: 2942

THE MOLLYCODDLE (1920)
Douglas Fairbanks, Ruth Renick, Wallace Beery, Albert McQuarrie, Frank Campeau. Bespectacled wimp is hijacked as a prank by several members of a diamond smuggler's gang, and is believed to be a spy by the gang's leader. Supervised and Produced by Douglas Fairbanks. 63 min. Reference No: 2940

MORAN OF THE LADY LETTY (1922)
Rudolph Valentino, Mary McAvoy, William Long. Spanish nobleman Valentino is kidnapped by smugglers bound for Mexico. While at sea, they come upon a plundered vessel with a sole survivor, a beautiful woman, whom Valentino protects by dressing her as a man. 71 min. Reference No: 1120

A MORMON MAID (1917)
Mae Murray, Frank Borzage, Noah Beery, Hobart Bosworth, Richard Cummings. Young woman & her family are saved from Indian attack by a Mormon community, but are forced into a world of bigamy, rape and suicide. 60 min. Reference No: 2939

MOTHER (1926-RUSSIAN)
Vera Baronovskaya, Nikolai Batalov. Groundbreaking film tells the story of a Russian family shattered by the 1905 uprising, as a mother betrays her strike-breaking son to the police. Written and Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin. English titles. 70 min. Reference No: 2938

MOULIN ROUGE (1928-BRITISH)
Olga Tschechowa, Eve Gray, Jean Bradin. Young man becomes romantically involved with a performer from the famous Parisian dance hall, who also happens to be the mother of his girlfriend. Directed by E.A. Dupont. 88 min. Reference No: 2936

MY BOY (1921)
Jackie Coogan, Claude Gillingwater. Immigrant child's mother dies on the boat ride to America, and facing deportation, the orphan flees Ellis Island, taking up with a crusty old sailor. 56 min. Reference No: 1278

MY FOUR YEARS IN GERMANY (1918)
Halbert Brown, Willard Dashiell, Louis Dean, Earl Schenk, Ann Dearing. Propaganda film based on the autobiography of James W. Gerard, the U.S Ambassador to Germany from 1913-1917. Gerard assisted Nigh in direction, and reportedly had a clause in his contract which stated that the film could not be changed without his consent. Directed and Edited by William Nigh, who also has a bit part as a socialist. 105 min. Reference No: 1934

MY LADY OF WHIMS (1925)
Clara Bow, Betty Baker, Carmelita Geraghty, Donald Keith, Lee Moran. Young debutante Bow proves that girls just wanna have fun as she hangs out with naughty women of whom her father disapproves. 42 min. Reference No: 3256

THE NARROW TRAIL (1918)
William S. Hart, Sylvia Bremer, Milton Ross. Tough cowboy with a troubled past hopes a good woman can save him. Directed by Lambert Hillyer. Supervised by Thomas H. Ince. 56 min. Reference No: 2949

THE NEW SCHOOL TEACHER (1923)
Charles "Chic" Sale. Timid Professor Timmons can barely control his class of hooligans, until disaster strikes and he must earn their respect. 60 min. Reference No: 2822

NO MAN'S LAW (1926)
Oliver Hardy, Theodore Von Eltz, Barbara Kent, James Finlayson. The sagebrush sizzles as hot western woman Kent and her miner father become the targets of two thugs, one of whom is played by Oliver Hardy! 63 min. Reference No: 2233

NOMADS OF THE NORTH (1920)
Lon Chaney, Betty Blythe, Lewis Stone, Francis MacDonald. Penniless girl agrees to marry a bullying suitor when he shows her fabricated proof that her long-absent fiance is dead, but when her original man shows up, the trouble begins. Written and Produced by James Oliver Curwood. 68 min. Reference No: 2211

NOSFERATU (1922-GERMAN)
Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav von Wagenheim, Greta Schroeder. First film adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula". Full of brilliantly eerie, imaginative touches no other vampire film has quite managed to duplicate, highlighted by Schreck's vampire, probably the ugliest in film history. Directed by F.W. Murnau. English titles. 63 min. Reference No: 1891

THE NUT (1921)
Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite De La Motte, William Lowery, Charlie Chaplin (cameo). Fast-paced society farce about Greenwich Village bachelor Fairbanks who is in love with a social worker with a theory that poor children can be made into proper citizens by being exposed periodically to wealthy families. Original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 87 min. Reference No: 3537

OLD HEIDELBERG (1915)
Dorothy Gish, Wallace Reid, Erich von Stroheim, Raymond Wells. Karl Heinrich, Germany's young, bored and lonely heir apparent, is sent to the University of Heidelberg where he becomes enamored with an innkeeper's daughter, but is forced to choose between love and duty. Written and Directed by John Emerson, Supervised by D.W. Griffith. 35 min. Reference No: 1353

OLIVER TWIST (1922)
Lon Chaney, Jackie Coogan, Gladys Brockwell, Esther Ralston. Dickens' classic tale of the orphan boy who wanted "more". Chaney is perfectly cast as Fagin. Directed by Frank Lloyd. 98 min. Reference No: 2890

ONE ARABIAN NIGHT (1920-GERMAN)
Pola Negri, Ernst Lubitsch, Paul Wegener. When an exotic dancer in a carnival troupe is kidnapped and killed by a murderous sheik, it's up to the dwarf who loved her to avenge her death. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. English titles. 75 min. Reference No: 2889

ONE PUNCH O'DAY (1926)
Billy Sullivan, Jack Herrick, Charlotte Merriam. Boxing boy is stranded in a small town and must win a prizefight in order to save the neck of a pretty girl and buy back the town's oil well. 60 min. Reference No: 2836

ORPHANS OF THE STORM (1921)
Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Monte Blue, Joseph Schildkraut, Morgan Wallace, Creighton Hale. Another sweeping epic by Griffith, this time during the turbulent times preceding the French Revolution, as two sisters are separated and raised in opposite worlds, one by thieves, the other by aristocrats. Written and Directed by D.W. Griffith. 122 min. Reference No: 1552

OTHELLO (1922-GERMAN)
Emil Jannings, Lya de Putti, Werner Kraus. Silent version of Shakespeare's tragedy, with Jennings as the deluded moor. Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki. English titles. 81 min. Reference No: 2894

OUTSIDE THE LAW (1921)
Lon Chaney, Priscilla Dean, Ralph Lewis. Chaney in dual role as a jewel thief trying to go straight, and the crime boss who frames him. Dean is the thief's embittered daughter who decides to follow in daddy's footsteps. Directed by Tod Browning. 77 min. Reference No: 3365

THE PACE THAT KILLS (1928)
Owen Gorin, Virginia Roye, Florence Turner. Naive farm boy goes to the big city in search of his missing sister, but gets caught up in a seedy underworld filled with drugs and fast women. Directed by Norton Parker. 75 min. Reference No: 1130

PAMPERED YOUTH (1925)
Cullen Landis, Alice Calhoun. Based on Booth Tarkington's "The Magnificent Ambersons". 35 min. Reference No: 1131

PASSION (aka DUBARRY) (1919-GERMAN)
Emil Jannings, Pola Negri. French country girl uses love affairs to climb the social ladder, until she becomes a courtesan to King Louis XV. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. English titles. 105 min. Reference No: 1044

PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC (1928-FRENCH)
Marie Falconetti, Eugena Sylvaw, Maurice Schultz. Masterful film relating the events of St. Joan's trial and subsequent martyrdom, features a legendary performance by Falconetti. Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. English titles. 77 min. Reference No: 2168

THE PATCHWORK GIRL OF OZ (1914)
Frank Moore, Pierre Couderc, Fred Woodward, Violet MacMillan, Vivian Reed, Mildred Harris. The Liquid of Petrification has been spilled, and Nunkie, Margolotte, and Dr. Pipt's daughter have been turned to stone! It's up to The Patchwork Girl and the Munchkins to find the ingredients for the antidote: a six-leafed clover, three hairs from a Woozy's tail and gill water from The Dark Well. Written and Produced by L. Frank Baum, Directed by J. Farrell MacDonald. 56 min. Reference No: 1443

THE PEACOCK FAN (1929)
Lucian Preval, Dorothy Dwan. Ancient cursed peacock fan means certain death to anyone possessing it. 50 min. Reference No: 3366

PECK'S BAD BOY (1921)
Jackie Coogan, Thomas Meighan, Raymond Hatton, Lillian Leighton, Wheeler Oakman. Mischievous but well-intentioned imp always finds himself in trouble, from shoplifting to letting a lion loose at the circus. Directed by Sam Wood. 60 min. Reference No: 2118

THE PENALTY (1920)
Lon Chaney, Ethel Grey Terry, Charles Clary, Kenneth Harlan, James Mason, Milton Ross. Underworld crime boss is driven by an overwhelming desire for revenge on the doctor who mistakenly amputated his legs as a young boy. 71 min. Reference No: 3395

THE PERFECT CLOWN (1925)
Larry Semon, Oliver Hardy, Dorothy Dwan. Unlucky office boy is entrusted with huge bank deposit, but doesn't make it to the bank before it closes, and must keep the cash overnight...disaster can't be far behind! 72 min. Reference No: 1837

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925)
Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin. Scarred fiend haunts an opera house and kidnaps Philbin as his singing protege in this adaption of the Gaston Leroux classic. Unmasking sequence still packs a punch! Contains hand-colored masked ball sequence. 107 min. Reference No: 2213

POLLYANNA (1920)
Mary Pickford, J. Wharton James, Katherine Griffith, Herbert Prior. Happy-go-lucky orphan girl is adopted by a cold-hearted, bitter aunt and tries to bring gladness to everyone she meets. 60 min. Reference No: 1059

POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL (1916)
Mary Pickford, Madeline Traverse, Charles Wellesley, Gladys Fairbanks. Title character is neglected by her fun-loving parents, and left to be raised by a harsh servant. When the servant wants an evening off, she gives the little girl an overdose of sleeping pills, making her dangerously ill. Directed by Maurice Tourneur. 64 min. Reference No: 1444

THE POWER OF THE PRESS (1914)
Alan Hale, Lionel Barrymore. A man falsely imprisoned through the testimony of the real criminal, and must be exhonerated by "the power of the press", a reporter who learns of his innocence. 45 min. Reference No: 2820

THE PRIDE OF THE CLAN (1916)
Mary Pickford, Matt Moore, Warren Cook, Joel Day. When her chieftan father dies at sea, a young woman takes command of the Clan. Directed by Maurice Tourneur. 67 min. Reference No: 2819

PURSUED (1928)
Art Acord. Good guy trying to invade a gang of bad guys in this early western. 54 min. Reference No: 2826

QUEEN ELIZABETH (1912-BRITISH)
Sarah Bernhardt, Lou Tellegen. Story of love, adultery and vengeance in the court of the Queen. 45 min. Reference No: 2071

QUEEN KELLY (1929)
Gloria Swanson, Walter Byron, Seena Owen, Tully Marshall. Orphan girl goes from a royal marriage to white slavery to great wealth in this unfinished Stroheim epic. Produced by Gloria Swanson and Joseph Kennedy. Written and Directed by Erich von Stroheim, his last film. 98 min. Reference No: 2155

RAFFLES, THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN (1917)
John Barrymore, Frederick Perry, Nigel Bruce, Frank Morgan, Evelyn Brent. Exploits of a thief and his run-ins with Scotland Yard, as well as with the wealthy citizens of London. Directed by George Irving. 55 min. Reference No: 2080

RAGGEDY ROSE (1926)
Mabel Normand, James Finlayson. Fairy-tale romance where a peasant meets her Prince Charming. Directed by Stan Laurel. 56 min. Reference No: 2056

RANSON'S FOLLY (1926)
Richard Barthelmess, Dorothy Mackaill, Anders Randolf, Brooks Benedict. Barthelmess makes a bet that he can impersonate a famous outlaw so well, he could rob a stagecoach with a pair of scissors, but when a man gets killed, guess who gets the blame?!. 80 min. Reference No: 2835

THE RAVEN (1915)
Henry B. Walthall, Warda Howard, Ernest Maupain, Eleanor Thompson, Frank Hamilton. Psuedo-biographical tale of tortured poet Edgar Allan Poe, from the death of his Irish immigrant mother, to his descent into alcoholism and hallucinations. 50 min. Reference No: 2305

REACHING FOR THE MOON (1917)
Douglas Fairbanks, Richard Cummings, Eileen Percy, Frank Campeau. Lowly clerk in a New York button factory takes up the philosophy that a person may have anything he wants if he concentrates on it. This costs him his job, but he soon finds he has been proclaimed King in the country of Vulgaria. Directed by John Emerson, Written by Anita Loos and John Emerson. 60 min. Reference No: 2833

REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM (1917)
Mary Pickford, Eugene O'Brian, Helen Jerome Eddy, Marjorie Daw, Jane Wolff. Young girl is adopted by two stern aunts to relieve her overworked mother, but her girlish ways make the austere aunts send her packing to boarding school. Directed by Marshall Neilan. 70 min. Reference No: 1060

RED KIMONO (1925)
Tyrone Power, Priscilla Bonner, Nellie Bly Baker, Mary Carr, Dorothy Davenport Reid. Woman spurned by her husband becomes a prostitute and finds true love. Written by Dorothy Arzner. Directed by Walter Lang. 70 min. Reference No: 2790

REGGIE MIXES IN (1916)
Douglas Fairbanks, Bessie Love, Joseph Singleton, Frank Bennett, Lillian Langdon. Wealthy man is charmed by dancer, and takes a job as a bouncer in the bar where she works. Directed by William Christy Cabanne. 58 min. Reference No: 2831

RIEN QUE LES HEURS (1926-FRENCH)
French experimental film. English titles. 35 min. Reference No: 3243

RENOIR SHORTS (1927-FRENCH)
English titles. Includes: THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL & THE CHARLESTON. 50 min. Reference No: 1951

RIDERS OF THE LAW (1922)
Jack Hoxie, Marin Sais. Liquor smugglers have the run of the Montana Territory until they wound a local lawman, and undercover agent Hoxie is on the job. 55 min. Reference No: 2838

RIDING FOR LIFE (1925)
W. Ray Johnson, Bob Reeves. Express office clerk is duped into helping with a robbery, but his brother, an honest rancher, must clear him of the charges. 65 min. Reference No: 3103

RIP VAN WINKLE (1921)
Thomas Jefferson, Clairet Clair, H.D. Blackmore, Wallace Scott. Lazy scoundrel makes his wife support him and his family, but when his wife chases him away for flirting with another woman, he meets an old man who gives him a drink that makes him sleep for twenty years. 55 min. Reference No: 1706

ROAD AGENT (1926)
Al Hoxie. Wealthy rancher leaves his massive estate to his long lost son, but his scheming lawyer finds a lookalike to pose as the heir. 55 min. Reference No: 3367

THE ROAD TO RUIN (1928)
Helen Foster, Virginia Roye, Grant Withers. Exploitation classic as a wholesome young girl sinks into a life of prostitution and degredation after reading racy romance novels! 45 min. Reference No: 2930

THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY (1925)
Joseph Schildkraut, William Boyd, Vera Reynolds, Jetta Goudal, Junior Coghlan. Trainwreck near the Grand Canyon sends two couples three hundred years into the past. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. 107 min. Reference No: 2047

THE ROARING ROAD (1919)
Wallace Reid, Ann Little, Theodore Roberts, Guy Oliver. Car salesman continually fights with his boss to let him drive in a big race, and marry his daughter. Directed by James Cruze. 57 min. Reference No: 2197

ROBIN HOOD (1922)
Douglas Fairbanks, Wallace Beery, Enid Bennett, Alan Hale. Elaborate sets as well as fights in the Fairbanks' fashion highlight this production of the classic tale of Robin and the Merry Men as they fight against tyranny. 170 min. Reference No: 1177

ROBINSON CRUSOE (EARLY 1900'S)
Recently discovered tinted print of this famous tale. 50 min. Reference No: 3150

ROMOLA (1924)
Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Ronald Colman, William Powell. Evil adopted son of a Greek scholar toys with the affections of two women while plotting the execution of a popular priest. 120 min. Reference No: 1046

RUBBER TIRES (1927)
Bessie Love, May Robson, Harrison Ford. Tired of city life, family takes a cross-country trip by automobile to the West, and comedic meyhem ensues. 60 min. Reference No: 3368

THE SACRED MOUNTAIN (1926-GERMAN)
Leni Riefenstahl. Mountain climbers are trapped by a blizzard. English titles. 30 min. Reference No: 1042

SADIE THOMPSON (1928)
Gloria Swanson, Lionel Barrymore, Raoul Walsh, Charles Lane. Fanatical missionary falls in love with a ribald, good-hearted prostitute in the South Seas. Based on the novel "Rain" by W. Somerset Maugham. Directed by Raoul Walsh. 97 min. Reference No: 1658

SAGA OF GOSTA BERLING (1924-SWEDISH)
Greta Garbo. The film that made Garbo famous. Young married woman becomes the object of a defrocked priest's affections. English titles. Directed by Mauritz Stiller. 93 min. Reference No: 1721

A SAILOR-MADE MAN (1921)
Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis, Dick Sutherland, Noah Young. In his first feature, Lloyd joins the Navy so he can prove his worth to his potential father-in-law, and ends up rescuing his girlfriend from the clutches of a evil maharajah in the Far East. With original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 45 min. Reference No: 4173

SALLY OF THE SAWDUST (1925)
W.C. Fields, Carol Dempster. Carnival juggler Fields must help his young ward find her missing grandparents, while staying one step ahead of the law. Directed by D.W. Griffith. 110 min. Reference No: 1279

SALOME (1922)
Alla Nazimova, Mitchell Lewis, Earl Schenk. Silent rendition of Oscar Wilde's scandalous story. Directed by Charles Bryant. 34 min. Reference No: 1465B

SAVAGES OF THE SEA (1925)
Frank Merrill, Marguerite Snow. Merrill as castaway on a desert island. 55 min. Reference No: 2975

THE SCARLET CAR (1917)
Franklyn Farnum, Al Filson, Lon Chaney, Edith Johnson. Town idler must find the bank embezzlers who murdered a small-town bank teller, who happens to be his girlfriend's father. 50 min. Reference No: 3087

THE SEA LION (1921)
Hobart Bosworth, Emory Johnson, Bessie Love. Ship's captain, deserted by his wife, becomes sadistic and cruel, taking out his frustrations on a girl that his crew has rescued. 70 min. Reference No: 3748

SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE (1917)
George M. Cohan, Anna Q. Nilsson, Elda Furry, Joseph Smiley, Warren Cook. Writer checks into the Baldpate Inn, and makes a bet with the owner that he can begin a novel at midnight and finish it before midnight of the next day. Written and Directed by Hugh Ford. 73 min. Reference No: 1307

SEVEN YEARS BAD LUCK (1920)
Max Linder. After breaking a mirror, a man has seven years worth of "bad luck" all in one day! A hilarious film from French actor Max Linder, the original master of silent comedy. 65 min. Reference No: 1292

SHADOWS (1922)
Lon Chaney, Harrison Ford, Marguerite De La Motte. Minister tries to convert a Chinese community in New England to Christianity. Directed by Tom Forman. 90 min. Reference No: 2969

THE SHAMROCK AND THE ROSE (1927)
Mack Swain, William Strauss, Olive Hasbrook, Maurice Costello. Comedy depicting the cross-cultural conflicts which arise when two youngsters from different families fall in love. 60 min. Reference No: 2962

SHE (1911)
James Cruze. Earliest version of the classic Haggard fantasy about a lost race and the beautiful, immortal queen, "She Who Must Be Obeyed". 20 min. Reference No: 2963

SHE (1925-BRITISH)
Betty Blythe, Carlisle Blackwell, Mary Odette. Last silent version of the famous story of a hidden land and its immortal queen. Original titles by H. Rider Haggard. 60 min. Reference No: 2964

SHE GOES TO WAR (1929)
Eleanor Boardman, Alma Rubens, Al "Fuzzy" St. John. Part-sound drama of a spoiled rich girl who is forced to grow up fast when she experiences the horrors of war first-hand while working in a canteen during WWI. Directed by Henry King. 50 min. Reference No: 2754

THE SHEIK (1921)
Agnes Ayres, Rudolph Valentino, Adolphe Menjou, Walter Long, Lucien Littlefield, George Waggener, Patsy Ruth Miller. Desert chieftain abducts an English heiress to be his bride, then must rescue her from a rival. Directed by George Melford. 73 min. Reference No: 3231

SHIFTING SANDS (1918)
Gloria Swanson, Joe King, Harvey Clark, Lillian Langdon. Artist is framed by Clark and sent to jail when she rejects his advances. Clark becomes a WWI spy for the Germans and continues to threaten the artist's life, now that she's out of prison and married to a wealthy philanthropist. Directed by Albert Parker. 52 min. Reference No: 3369

SHIPS IN THE NIGHT (1928)
Frank Moran, Jacqueline Logan, Jack Mower, Sojin, Andy Clyde. Logan's brother is kidnapped by South Seas pirates and she must team up with the statuesque Mower to find him. 63 min. Reference No: 2993

THE SHOCK (1923)
Lon Chaney, Virginia Valli. Crippled gunman working for a heartless crime boss falls in love with a banker's daughter and must save her father from a scandal. Directed by Lambert Hillyard. 75 min. Reference No: 2992

SHORE LEAVE (1925)
Richard Barthelmess, Dorothy MacKaill. Romantic comedy about an aging dressmaker with amorous designs on a tough-guy sailor she hopes to make her husband. Directed by John S. Robertson. 74 min. Reference No: 2991

SIEGFRIED (1924-GERMAN)
Paul Richter, Margareta Schoen. Part one of Lang's epic fantasy "Die Niebelungen", based on German mythology of a dragon slaying hero who goes up against the evil queen Brumhilde. Followed by "Kriemheld's Revenge". Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. 100 min. Reference No: 1197

SILK HUSBANDS AND CALICO WIVES (1920)
House Peters, Mary Alden, Mildred Reardon, Eva Novak. Small town litigator wins a big case and is lured to the big city by a presitgious law firm. Unfortunately, the move wreaks havok on his faithful wife, as her rural ways clash with the movers and shakers of her husbands new social world. Directed by Alfred E. Green. 65 min. Reference No: 2988

THE SKY PILOT (1921)
John Bowers, Colleen Moore, David Butler. Young minister sets up a chapel in the West, but finds he must prove himself to the cowboy communtity and saves ranch foreman's sweetheart from stampede. Directed by King Vidor. 63 min. Reference No: 2995

THE SKY RIDER (1927)
J.P. Lockney, Joseph Hill. Early canine adventures with Champion The Wonder Dog. 55 min. Reference No: 2996

SMOULDERING FIRES (1924)
Laura LaPlante, Pauline Frederick, Tully Marshall, Malcolm McGregor, Bert Roach. Tough-talking businesswoman falls in love with and marries an employee who is fifteen years younger than her. Problems arise when her cute, younger sister arrives on the scene. Directed by Clarence Brown. UNCUT BRITISH PRINT NEVER SHOWN IN USA! 71 min. Reference No: 2251

SOLD FOR MARRIAGE (1916)
Lillian Gish, Frank Bennett, Walter Long, Pearl Elmore, William E. Lowry. Young Russian girl's aunt and uncle try to sell her into marriage to a wealthy scoundrel, but she is in love with a peasant boy. Directed by William Christy Cabanne. 43 min. Reference No: 1354

SON OF A GUN (1919)
G.M. "Bronco Billy" Anderson, Joy Lewis, Fred Church. Unpredictable cowboy with a deadly aim is banished from country for disturbing the peace. Produced, Written and Directed by G.M. Anderson and Jesse J. Robbins. 68 min. Reference No: 1217

SON OF MAN (1915)
The Story of Jesus, filmed in Judea. A print of this film was sent to a French convent in 1928, and over 200,000 frames have been hand-COLORED by nuns. 68 min. Reference No: 2145

SON OF THE SHEIK (1926)
Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Banky, Agnes Ayres. The son of a famed desert sheik exacts his revenge against the bandits who wronged a dancing girl. Valentino's last film. COLOR TINTED. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. 68 min. Reference No: 1847

SOUL-FIRE (1925)
Richard Barthelmess, Bessie Love, Walter Long, Arthur Metcalfe. Romance on the South Pacific seas. Directed by John S. Robertson. 100 min. Reference No: 1610

THE SPANISH DANCER (1923)
Pola Negri, Antonio Moreno, Wallace Beery. Spaniard rescues his gypsy girlfriend from a lecherous king. Directed by Herbert Brenon. 55 min. Reference No: 2057

SPARROWS (1926)
Mary Pickford, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Roy Stewart. Woman cares for nine orphans while trying to fend off starvation and kidnappers. Directed by William Beaudine. 81 min. Reference No: 2046

THE SPEED SPOOK (1924)
Johnny Hines, Warner Richmond, Faire Binney. Spooky ghost is on the loose, tearing around in a racecar stealing important documents. Directed by Charles Hines. 85 min. Reference No: 3370

THE SPIDER WOMAN (aka SEX) (1920)
Louis Glaum, Irving Cummings, William Conklin, Myrtle Stedman. Vampish exotic dancer callously seduces and uses married men, then throws them away. Directed by Fred Niblo. 78 min. #2676

SPIES (1928-GERMAN)
Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Lupu Pick, Fritz Rasp, Gerda Maurus. Wily criminal masquerades as an important banker to steal government information, creating confusion and chaos. Directed by Fritz Lang. English titles. 88 min. Reference No: 1229

STEAMBOAT BILL JR. (1928)
Buster Keaton, Ernest Torrence, Marion Byron, Tom Lewis. City-educated college student returns home and must earn the respect of his father, a country-bred, no-nonsense riverboat owner who is embarassed by his son. Directed by Charles Riesner. 69 min. Reference No: 1739

STELLA MARIS (1918)
Mary Pickford, Conway Tearle, Marcia Manon, Ida Waterman. Pickford in dual role as Stella, a beloved, crippled young girl who has been brought up by adoring relatives and servants, and as Unity, a cruelly treated orphan. Directed by Marshall A. Neilan. 72 min. Reference No: 2668

STRIKE (1925-RUSSIAN)
A look at the 1912 clash between striking factory workers & Czarist troops. Directed by Sergei Eisenstein, his debut. English titles. 78 min. Reference No: 1225

A STUDENT OF PRAGUE (1913-GERMAN)
Paul Wegener, Grete Berger, Lothar Koerner. Early filming of the "Faust" legend, as a student sells his reflection to the Devil in order to get a beautiful girl. Directed by Paul Wegener. German titles. 60 min. Reference No: 2661

THE STUDENT OF PRAGUE (1926-GERMAN)
Conrad Veidt, Werner Kraus, Agnes Estherhazy. Another version of the classic "Faust" tale with a naive student making a pact with the Devil. Written and Directed by Henrik Galeen. English titles. 84 min. Reference No: 1073

SUDS (1920)
Mary Pickford, Albert Austin, Harold Goodwin, Rose Dione. Laundress with an overactive imagination has a crush on guy who forgot his shirt at the laundry. Directed by Jack Dillon. 75 min. Reference No: 1381

SUNNYSIDE (1919)
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin. City-slicker comes between handyman Charlie and the girl he loves, forcing Chaplin to act like a big-shot. Written & directed by Charles Chaplin. 28 min. Reference No: 4793

TARZAN OF THE APES (1918)
Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey, Gordon Griffith, Kathleen Kirkham. FIRST filming of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel about Lord and Lady Greystoke, who are shipwrecked in a remote jungle, and their offspring who becomes The Lord of the Apes. Written and Directed by Scott Sidney. 63 min. Reference No: 2208

TEMPEST (1927)
John Barrymore, Louis Wolheim. Russian peasant becomes a soldier, and rises quickly through the ranks, but harbors a secret love for the daughter of a commanding officer. Directed by Sam Taylor. 110 min. Reference No: 2689

TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD (1927-USSR)
Boris Livanov. Lavishly details the events of the 1917 Bolshevik uprising, with much rare footage of Soviet Russia. Directed by Sergei Eisenstein. 120 min. Reference No: 2137

THE THIEF OF BAGDAD (1924)
Douglas Fairbanks, Charles Belcher, Anna May Wong, Brandon Hurst, Julianne Johnston. Roguish pickpocket sets out on an epic quest to win the hand of princess. One of Doug's most famous roles, highlighted by swordfights, dragons, and a magic carpet chase. Lots of fun and excitement! Directed by Raoul Walsh. 149 min. Reference No: 2729

THE THREE AGES (1923)
Buster Keaton, Wallace Beery, Oliver Hardy. Keaton's first feature film is a parody of Griffith's "Intolerance" as he searches for true love in prehistoric, ancient and modern times. Directed by Buster Keaton. 63 min. Reference No: 1004

THE THREE BROTHERS (1918)
Wallace Reid. Orphan girl is adopted by family which has three brothers each of whom are in love with her. 35 min. Reference No: 1466

THE THREE MUSKETEERS (1921)
Douglas Fairbanks, Leon Barry, George Siegmann, Eugene Pallette, Adolphe Menjou. Historical classic mixes adventure and romance as the dashing D'Artagnan joins the King's Musketeers and embarks on a dangerous mission to save Queen Anne of France. Original music score by Blaine L. Gale. 147 min. Reference No: 1558

THREE PALS (1926)
Marilyn Mills, Josef Swickard. A woman must prove her father innocent of murder. 65 min. Reference No: 2703

TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE (1914)
Charlie Chaplin, Marie Dressler, Mabel Normand, Charles Bennett, Mack Swain, Edgar Kennedy, Charley Chase, Slim Summerville, Al "Fuzzy" St. John, Keystone Kops. Slick gigalo Chaplin convinces a naive rich girl to steal money from her father and join him in the big city. Hailed as the first American feature-length film, it also marks Chaplin's feature film debut. Produced and Directed by Mack Sennett. 73 min. Reference No: 2722

TOL'ABLE DAVID (1921)
Richard Barthelmess, Gladys Hulette, Ernest Torrence, Edmund Gurney. Classic film of a hillbilly family feuding with outlaws. The outlaws hijack the community's mail, and it's up to a young hillbilly boy who dreams of being a mail carrier to come to the rescue. Directed by Henry King. 79 min. Reference No: 1178

TOLL OF THE SEA (1922)
Anna May Wong. Adaptation of "La Boheme". First feature film in TWO-COLOR TECHNICOLOR. 41 min. Reference No: 2115

TOO WISE WIVES (1921)
Claire Windsor, Louis Calhern. Adulterous story of infidelity and misunderstandings. Directed by Lois Weber. 65 min. Reference No: 1995

THE TORTURE OF SILENCE (1917-FRENCH)
Emmy Linn. Psychological triangle wherein a doctor's neglected wife looks for love in the form of her husband's best friend. Directed by Abel Gance. English titles. 55 min. Reference No: 2714

TRACY THE OUTLAW (1928)
Jack Hoey, Dorris Chadwick. The true life story of Harry Tracy. 70 min. Reference No: 2707

TRAFFIC IN SOULS (1913)
Jane Gail, Ethel Grandin, Matt Moore, Irene Wallace. Two sisters are hired by a renowned philanthropist who is actually the leader of a group of white slavers, and they must use their wits to free the enslaved women. Written and Directed by George Loane Tucker. 50 min. Reference No: 2043

TRANSCONTINENTAL LIMITED (1927)
Johnnie Walker, Eugenia Gilbert. Early railroad drama. 90 min. Reference No: 2138

THE TRAP (1922)
Lon Chaney, Alan Hale, Irene Rich. A trapper is betrayed when his girl marries the man who stole his mine. 55 min. Reference No: 1575

TRAPPED BY THE MORMONS (1922-BRITISH)
Evelyn Brent, Lewis Willoughby. Women are seduced into Mormon harems. 70 min. Reference No: 2136

TRUE HEART SUSIE (1919)
Lillian Gish, Loyola O'Connor, Robert Harron, Carol Dempster, George Fawcett. Country girl secretly pays for her sweetheart's education, but when he returns, he marries another. Directed by D.W. Griffith. 90 min. Reference No: 1355

TUMBLEWEEDS (1925)
William S. Hart, Lucien Littlefield, Barbara Bedford. Drama about the opening of The Oklahoma Territory to settlers. 1939 re-issue print with Hart's spoken prologue, the only time he ever spoke in the movies. Hart's last film. Directed by King Baggot. 85 min. Reference No: 2970

20,OOO LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA (1916)
Allan Holubar, Jane Gail, Dan Hanlon, Edna Pendleton, Matt Moore. Early version of the Verne classic has a team of Civil War-era Americans investigating reports of a sea monster, which is really a submarine commanded by Captain Nemo. Nemo is seeking revenge on an English adventurer who caused the death of his wife and the disappearance of his daughter. Written and Directed by Stuart Paton. COLOR-TINTED. 101 min. Reference No: 1447

THE UNCHASTENED WOMAN (1925)
Theda Bara, Wyndham Standing, Dale Fuller, John Miljan. A married couple facing parenthood are split apart by infidelity. Directed by James Young. 52 min. Reference No: 2761

UNCLE TOM'S CABIN (1903 & 1914)
Two versions of the classic Harriet Beecher Stowe tale of slavery. Latter version features Sam Lucas, the first black man to get the lead role in a movie, and also stars Hattie Delero, Irving Cummings. Directed by William Robert Daly. 60 min. Reference No: 1812

UNSEEN ENEMIES (1925)
Al Hoxie, Bob Cortman, Catherine Craig. Tough cowboy tries to bring down a no-account swindler who is also the leader of a smuggling ring. Directed by J.P. McGowan. 50 min. Reference No: 1841

THE UNTAMEABLE (1923)
Gladys Walton, Malcolm McGregor, John St. Polis, Etta Lee. Eerie tale of woman suffering from schizophrenia. Directed by Herbert Blanche. 65 min. Reference No: 3017

UP IN MABEL'S ROOM (1926)
Marie Prevost, Harrison Ford, Phyllis Haver. After Mabel divorces her husband she has second thoughts which make a series of hilarious infidelity accusations follow. COLOR-TINTED. 67 min. Reference No: 2756

THE VANISHING AMERICAN (1925)
Richard Dix, Noah Beery, Lois Wilson. Epic western with Dix as a proud Native warrior who tries to make peace between his people and the newly founded America. 110 min. Reference No: 1935

VARIETY (1925-GERMAN)
Emil Jannings, Warwick Ward. Pre-WWII tale of a scheming young girl who takes advantage of two men. Directed by E.A. Dupont. English titles. 65 min. Reference No: 2156

THE VIRGINIAN (1914)
Dustin Farnum, J.W. Johnston, Billy Elmer, H.B. Carpenter, Tex Driscoll. Happy-go-lucky cowboy must go after his best friend when the latter joins an outlaw gang. Based on the novel and play by Owen Wister. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. 55 min. Reference No: 2958

THE VIRGINIAN (1923)
Kenneth Harlan, Florence Vidor, Russell Simpson, Pat O'Malley, Raymond Hatton. Early version of the Wister novel, as a ranch hand must bring down local cattle rustlers. Directed by Tom Forman. 85 min. Reference No: 2280

THE WANDERING JEW (1920-AUSTRIAN)
Rudolph and Joseph Schildkraut, Thomas Morley, Tom Pearson. Jew is condemned to wander the earth forever. Directed by Otto Kreisler. English titles. 65 min. Reference No: 1707

WARNING SHADOWS (1922-GERMAN)
Fritz Kortner, Ruth Weyner. Bizarre camera work highlights this eerie psychological drama about a mysterious count who discovers that his wife is involved with several men. Directed by Arthur Robinson. English titles. 75 min. Reference No: 1228

WAXWORKS (1922-GERMAN)
William Dieterle, Emil Jannings, Conrad Veidt, Werner Krauss, Olga Belajeff. Poet walking through a wax museum imagines each figurine coming to life and relating their story. Directed by Paul Leni, Written by Henrik Galeen. English titles. 63 min. Reference No: 1448

WAY DOWN EAST (1920)
Lillian Gish, Richard Barthelmess, Lowell Sherman, Kate Bruce, Creighton Hale, Norma Shearer. Poor, innocent young girl is tricked into believing she is married to a cad, who then leaves her destitute, with child and looked down on by society. Produced and Directed by D.W. Griffith. 107 min. Reference No: 1179

WHAT HAPPENED TO ROSA? (1920)
Mable Normand, Doris Pawn, Tully Marshall, Hugh Thompson, Buster Trow. Shopgirl is told by a fortune teller that she is a Spanish princess reincarnated, and the young girl's imagination runs rampant. Directed by Victor Scherzinger. 55 min. Reference No: 2265

WHEN THE CLOUDS ROLL BY (1919)
Douglas Fairbanks, Kathleen Clifford, Frank Campeau, Ralph Lewis, Albert MacQuarrie. New York broker blames his bad luck on an opal ring which he throws away, only to be picked up by the beautiful daughter of an oil baron, with whom he falls in love and must protect from a gold-digging suitor. Directed by Victor Fleming, Written by Douglas Fairbanks and Thomas Geraghty. 77 min. Reference No: 1826

THE WHIP (1917)
Alma Hanlon, June Elvidge, Irving Cummings, Warren Cook. Devious bookie has a plan to ruin his rival for the affections of a judge's daughter. "The Whip" is an uncontrollable but fleet-footed racehorse around which the story revolves. Directed by Maurice Tourneur. 55 min. Reference No: 3024

THE WHITE FLAME (1921-GERMAN)
Leni Riefenstahl. Mountain film on ski racing. Makes a good companion piece with Riefenstahl's "The Sacred Mountain". English titles. 30 min. Reference No: 1043

THE WHITE SISTER (1923)
Lillian Gish, Ronald Colman, Gail Kane, Charles Lane, J. Barney Sherry. Mount Vesuvius is the backdrop for this story of an Italian aristocrat who is forced from her home by a scheming sister, and becomes a nun when she hears a report of her lover's death. Filmed on location in Italy. Directed by Henry King. 68 min. Reference No: 1047

WHITE TIGER (1923)
Priscilla Dean, Matt Moore, Raymond Griffith, Wallace Beery. Very rare crime drama as three gangsters pull off a major heist and hide out in a mountain cabin where paranoia and distrust take over. Directed by Tod Browning. 64 min. Reference No: 3022

WHY CHANGE YOUR WIFE? (1920)
Thomas Meighan, Gloria Swanson, Bebe Daniels, Theodore Kosloff, Lucien Littlefield, Edna Mae Cooper. After ten years of marriage, a couple finds they have nothing in common and get a divorce, but when they meet up again under different circumstances, will that old spark of love be rekindled? Look fast for William Boyd, who made his film debut in this movie as an extra. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille and Sam Wood. 70 min. Reference No: 1221

WILD AND WOOLY (1917)
Douglas Fairbanks, Eileen Percy, Joseph Singleton, Walter Bytell, Calvin Carter. Railroad tycoon sends his cowboy-obsessed son Fairbanks to the West to check on a railroad deal and cure him of his preoccupation, but Doug soon finds himself in the middle of train holdups, Indian raids and kidnappings; there's even a heroine named Nell! Directed by John Emerson, Written by Anita Loos and Horace P. Carpenter. 58 min. Reference No: 3371

WILD HORSE CANYON (1925)
Yakima Canutt, Edward Cecil, Helene Rosson, Jay Talbot, Boy the Horse, Ladd the Dog. Original stuntman Canutt gets a chance to flex in this stunt- and action-packed western which includes a high dive off a cliff and a climactic stampede. 59 min. Reference No: 3040

THE WISHING RING (1915)
Vivian Martin, Alec B. Francis, Chester Barnett, John Hines. Carousing son of an Earl is disowned "until he can earn half a crown". The son takes a job as a gardener and falls in love with a poor minister's daughter, who makes friends with the Earl in order to bring the family together. Would make an interesting double-feature with John Wayne's "His Private Secretary". Written and Directed by Maurice Tourneur. 50 min. Reference No: 3042

THE WIZARD OF OZ (1925)
Larry Semon, Dorothy Dwan, Bryant Washburn, Oliver Hardy, Joseph Swickard. Early slapstick version of the L. Frank Baum story with comedian Semon as the Scarecrow and an early appearance of Hardy as the Tin Man. Directed by Larry Semon. 68 min. Reference No: 1734

WOLFBLOOD (1925)
Marguerite Clayton, George Chesebro, Ray Hanford. Early Wolfman film where doctor uses the blood of a wolf to save a man's life. Directed by George Chesebro. 68 min. Reference No: 2290

WOLFHEART'S REVENGE (1925)
Guinn "Big Boy" Williams. Honest cowboy gets help from his German Shepherd wonder-dog, Wolfheart when a rancher is murdered. 58 min. Reference No: 3372

THE WOMAN MEN YEARN FOR (1928-GERMAN)
Marlene Dietrich as a seductress in this rare find. German titles. 74 min. Reference No: 2282

WORLDLY MADONNA (1921)
Clara Kimball Young, Richard Tucker, George Hackathorn. Young plays dual role as two sisters--one a nun in training, the other a nightclub singer who kills a man and needs a place to hide out...a convent, maybe? Directed by Harry Garson. 55 min. Reference No: 1266

YANKEE CLIPPER (1927)
William Boyd, Elinor Fair (Boyd's real-life wife), Frank "Junior" Coghlan, John Miljan, Walter Long. Boston shipbuilder competes with a British vessel in a fierce competitive race from China to New England. Directed by Rupert Julien. 81 min. Reference No: 2139

YOUNG APRIL (1926)
Bessie Love, Joseph Schildkraut. Humorous romance has Love as an orphan who finds she is about to become Grand Duchess of her native homeland. 70 min. Reference No: 3004


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