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Title: Motion pictures, 1912-1939 - Catalog of Copyright Entries
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                      CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES

                          _Cumulative Series_



                            Motion Pictures
                               1912-1939


[Illustration: ☆ THE ☆ LIBRARY ☆ OF ☆ CONGRESS ☆]


                                  1951

               COPYRIGHT OFFICE ☆ THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS



                          L. C. card, 51-60018


                For sale by the Register of Copyrights,
                Library of Congress, Washington 25, D.C.
                               Price $18



                           Table of Contents


                                              Page
                     Motion Pictures, 1912-39    1
                     Index                     985
                     Series List              1229



                                Preface


_Motion Pictures, 1912-1939_, is a cumulative catalog listing works
registered in the Copyright Office in Classes L and M between August 24,
1912, and December 31, 1939. Prior to that period motion pictures were
registered in the category of photographs. These earlier works have not
been included in this catalog because of the difficulty of identifying
the motion pictures so registered.

The information given in each entry for the motion pictures in this
catalog has been obtained from the record books of the Copyright Office,
the original application for the registration of the copyright claim,
and descriptive material deposited with the application and film in the
Copyright Office at the time of registration. In addition, when these
sources indicated that a particular motion picture was based on a
published book or story or on a previously existing dramatic work, the
name of the author and the title of such work have been verified, when
possible, by reference to the records of the Copyright Office and the
Official Catalog of the Library of Congress. Information from other
reference tools was supplied in the entry only in the case of missing
numbers and titles of parts of a serial, and in the few cases when that
occurred the number or title is given in brackets. The descriptive
material mentioned above is not available for all films. The film itself
could not be examined because, in the case of published motion pictures,
it was the policy to return the film to the claimant as soon as
registration was completed, and in the case of unpublished motion
pictures only representative prints taken from the film were deposited.

Each entry contains information which 1) is descriptive of the film, and
2) identifies the copyright claimant and the author of the motion
picture as given in the application, the date on which the term of
copyright began, and the copyright registration number. The descriptive
portion of the entries varies considerably in fullness, depending on the
completeness of the information contained in the sources used.

In the case of each entry the name of the copyright claimant is that
given at the time of registration. Any information relating to renewal
copyrights or to subsequent changes of ownership recorded in the
Copyright Office can be ascertained upon request and upon payment of the
statutory search fee to the Register of Copyrights. In addition,
information relating to renewal copyrights can be secured by referring
to the _Catalog of Copyright Entries_ covering the period in which the
renewal registration was made.

In the case of unpublished works the entry contains the date of the
deposit of the title, description, and prints. For published works the
entry contains the date of publication, rather than the date of the
deposit of the copies (or copy, as the case may be). Deposit of the
published copies has, however, been made as shown by the records in the
Copyright Office.

This catalog is a part of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries: Cumulative
Series_. The publication of these catalogs is authorized by sections 210
and 211 of Title 17 of the United States Code. Section 210 provides in
part: "The current catalog of copyright entries and the index volumes
herein provided for shall be admitted in any court as prima facie
evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright
registration."

The purpose of these catalogs is three-fold: 1) to meet the
administrative needs of the Copyright Office; 2) to provide the legal
profession, publishers, authors, and others interested in copyright
easily consulted, compact index volumes listing the registrations in the
several classes of works; and 3) to produce reference tools useful to
libraries, to industry, and to research personnel by making available in
printed form bibliographical information on record in the Copyright
Office, much of which is not available elsewhere.

Of the same nature as the present _Catalog of Copyright Entries:
Cumulative Series_, but issued before the series was established, is the
two-volume work, _Dramatic Compositions Copyrighted in the United
States, 1870-1916_. Supplemental volumes to this earlier work and to the
present work are under consideration, as well as cumulative volumes for
other classes of material.

Catalog entries for motion pictures registered subsequent to 1939 and
for copyright renewals which have been or are presently being registered
are available in the issues of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries_,
covering the particular period of registration. A description (including
price and instructions for ordering) of each part of the present _Third
Series_, published semiannually, and of other publications of the
Copyright Office, will be found in a list at the back of this volume.

The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, suggestions, and comments on
the content and organization of any of its catalogs. Please address
communications of this nature to the Chief of the Cataloging Division,
Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington 25, D. C.


               Copyright Registrations of Motion Pictures

                   August 24, 1912—December 31, 1939
         Class L, Motion-picture photoplays             35,301
         Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays 15,811
                                                        ——————
         Total                                          51,112

Class M contains many animated cartoons and newsreels as well as
nontheatrical films. The letter P or U has been added to the class
symbol preceding the registration number for each entry to indicate
whether the respective film was registered as a published or as an
unpublished work.



                        How To Use This Catalog


This catalog consists of three parts: _Motion Pictures, 1912-1939_,
which is a list of main entries under title; an _Index_ of names; and a
_Series List_. Each part is arranged alphabetically.


                       Motion Pictures, 1912-1939

The elements which constitute each entry in this section are given below
in the order in which they appear. The name of the claimant, copyright
date, and registration number are always given; other information varies
in completeness depending upon its applicability to the film being
described and the amount of the data available.

  1. _Title._ Main title, followed, as applicable, by subtitle,
    translated title, alternate title, and series title.
    Cross-references are made for alternate and translated titles.
    Series titles are given in the _Series List_. In those instances
    when the name of a performer precedes the title of the film, the
    name has been dropped unless it is an essential part of the title.
    For example: _Sarah Bernhardt in Queen Elizabeth_. The entry in
    this catalog is given under the title _Queen Elizabeth_, with a
    cross-reference from the title above. An entry under the
    performer's name in inverted form appears in the _Index_. Similar
    index entries are made when the performer's name is an essential
    part of the title of the film; for example: _Giovanni Martinelli
    Singing Celeste Aida by Giuseppe Verdi_.

  2. _Production statement._ The name of the producing company is
    given if it differs from that of the claimant (see 8 below). The
    name of a foreign producing company is followed by the city or
    country in which the company is located. Trade names such as
    _Imp_, _Rex_, _First National_, etc., are given in brief form. The
    names of companies or persons responsible for release or
    distribution follow next.

  3. _Date._ The year date appearing in the copyright date (see 9
    below) is given here. It is preceded by the copyright symbol ©
    when it applies to an unpublished motion picture. For serials,
    inclusive dates are given.

  4. _Sponsor._ Following the date is the name of the organization
    (other than the producing company) which is responsible for the
    production of the motion picture or which cooperates with the
    producing company in the making of the picture.

  5. _Physical description._ A full physical description contains
    information relating to 1) the length of the film, given in
    running time, footage, or number of reels; 2) color or black and
    white versions; 3) sound or silent versions; 4) width of the film.
    Few of the entries in this catalog contain full physical
    descriptions, because the records of the Copyright Office were
    incomplete on these points. Filmstrips are distinguished by the
    use of the term _frames_, preceded by a numeral indicating the
    number of frames.

  6. _Notes._ Certain information which helps describe the motion
    picture more completely is given in the form of notes:

    a. Information is supplied relating to the novel, drama, or
      other work upon which a picture is based. Included are the
      title and author of such work when known. The name of the
      author is given as it appears in the Copyright Office records,
      followed by the established form of the author's real name,
      enclosed in brackets, when a pseudonym has been used.

    b. When a single motion picture is made up of a number of
      separately titled parts, these titles are listed.

    c. The title under which a picture was previously released
      either in the United States or abroad is given.

    d. When two separate pictures are included on a single reel, and
      only one is registered, the title of the other is given, if
      known, after the phrase, "On same reel with."

  7. _Credits._ The name of each person associated with the production
    of the picture is given, preceded in each case by a term
    indicating the nature of his contribution; i.e., producer,
    supervisor, director, writer, music composer, etc. For some of the
    earlier pictures the nature of the contribution is not available
    for all persons. In such cases the names of these persons appear
    first in the list of credits.

  8. _Claimant and author of motion picture._ Following the copyright
    symbol © the name of the copyright claimant is given as it appears
    in the application for registration. Address (city or country)
    follows the name if the claimant is also a foreign producing
    company. The name of the author of the photoplay as given in the
    application follows next when it differs from that of the
    claimant. The presence of two asterisks before the copyright
    symbol indicates that the name of the author was not stated in the
    application.

  9. _Copyright date._ For published motion pictures the date of
    publication is given. For unpublished motion pictures the date, or
    dates, of receipt in the Copyright Office of the title,
    description, and prints taken from the motion picture are given.

  10. _The Copyright registration number_ is preceded by 1) the class
    letter L (motion-picture photoplays) or M (motion pictures other
    than photoplays), and 2) the letter P or U designating,
    respectively, published and unpublished works.

In the case of serial entries information relating to the entire serial
precedes that relating to individual numbers or episodes of the serial.
When the name, or the form of the name, of the copyright claimant of a
serial changes, each name precedes its respective entries. The copyright
symbol © always appears immediately before both the name of the
copyright claimant and the copyright date. When duplicate numbers appear
in a sequence of issues, arrangement of the duplicates is by copyright
date. Omission of an item in a sequence does not necessarily mean that
the item has not been registered for copyright; it may be included in
the catalog under its specific title if the source information did not
give the serial title.


                                 Index

The second section of this catalog is a list of the names of the persons
and organizations associated with the production of the motion pictures
listed in the first section, and of the authors of the novels, dramas,
or other works upon which these motion pictures have been based. The
names of the persons listed in the statements of credits in the main
entries are not included. The name of each person or organization is
used as a heading, the form of which is either that appearing in the
Official Catalog of the Library of Congress, or that most frequently
found in the records of the Copyright Office. Similar names have been
listed separately unless it is clear that they identify the same person
or organization. Cross-references from different forms of the same name
and from pseudonyms are included in the list.

Brief forms of names, particularly in the case of trade names, appear in
the list when it has not been possible to identify exactly the full form
of the name.

Under each heading are listed alphabetically the titles of the motion
pictures associated with it, together with their respective year dates,
or, for serials, the word _serial_, enclosed in parentheses, in lieu of
a date. An asterisk preceding the title indicates that the name
appearing in the heading is that of the copyright claimant.


                              Series List

The third section of this catalog lists the series titles which are
contained in the main entries. The titles of the series are frequently
given in varying forms. For each series, therefore, an established form,
based on that most frequently used, is given as the heading. Following
the heading are references to other series titles which appear to be
related because the names are similar and the claimants are the same.

Listed below the headings are, first, the names of the claimants, and,
second, the titles of the motion pictures. Dates of the respective
motion pictures follow the titles. In the case of serials the word
_serial_, enclosed in parentheses, is used in lieu of date.

The lists of titles under each series may be incomplete for the period
covered by this catalog, because only those titles have been included
which are so identified in the sources used in compiling this catalog.
For some motion pictures two series titles are given, both of which are
entered separately, since it has not been possible to differentiate
between main series and subseries from the information available.


                       Abbreviations and Symbols

The following list includes abbreviations and symbols used in this
catalog with specific copyright or bibliographic meanings. Definitions
are not given for abbreviations in common use.

 a.k.a.     —also known as

 b&w        —black and white

 ©          —copyright symbol

 d.b.a.     —doing business as

 descr.     —description

 ft.        —feet

 LP         —published motion-picture photoplays

 LU         —unpublished motion-picture photoplays

 min.       —minutes

 mm         —millimeters

 MP         —published motion pictures other than photoplays

 MU         —unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays

 pseud.     —pseudonym

 sd.        —sound

 si.        —silent

 t.a.       —trading as



                            Motion Pictures
                               1912-1939


An alphabetical list, under title, of the complete entries for the
motion pictures which were registered for copyright during the period
covered by this catalog. For full information relating to the contents
of the entries see _How To Use This Catalog_, pp. vii.



                                   A


  THE ABC MOVIE. © 1934.

    © Florence Cecilia Roberts; title, descr. & 2 prints, 10Dec34;
    MU5138.

  THE ABC OF FIRE. © 1939.

    © Inspection Dept., Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos.;
    title, descr. & 16 prints, 20Dec39; MU9815.

  THE A. B. C. OF LOVE. Acme Pictures Corp. © 1920.

    Credits: Director, Leonce Perret.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Leonce Perret, author); title, descr. & 120
    prints, 2Jan20; LU14583.

  THE ABC OF POTTERY MAKING—THE COIL METHOD. 1938. 1 reel.

    © Albert Reid Bailey; 1Jul38; MP8602.

  THE A. B. C. OF SAFETY. (Ford Educational Library) Ford Motion Picture
    Laboratories. 1922. 2 reels.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 21Nov22; MP2212.

  A 1 SOCIETY. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; director, Ben Stoloff;
    story, Zion Myers.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 13Jun26; LP22870.

  A. PIEDIGROTTA. © 1921.

    © Dionigi Positano (Elvira Notari, author); title, descr. & 14
    prints, 4Nov21; LU17161.

  THE ABANDONED ROOM. SEE Love Without Question.

  THE ABANDONED WELL. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co. (Paul L. Feltus, author); title, descr. & 95 prints,
    3Jan14; LU1897.

  L'ABBÉ CONSTANTIN. SEE Bettina Loved a Soldier.

  THE ABDUCTION; or, DR. GAR EL HAMA'S ESCAPE FROM PRISON. © 1914.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 90 prints, 6Nov14;
    LU3655.

  ABE LYMAN & BAND. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Feb33; MP3839.

  ABE LYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 1928. 1 reel each, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Feb28; MP4735, MP4740.

  ABIE KABIBLE OUTWITTING HIS RIVAL. © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 11 prints,
    16Oct17; LU11566.

  ABIE'S IMPORTED BRIDE. 1925. 7 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Roy Calnek.

    © Temple Theatre Amusement Co.; 15Jun25; LP21570.

  ABIE'S IRISH ROSE. 1929. 12 reels. From the novel by Anne Nichols.

    Credits; Producer and director, Victor Fleming; scenario, Jules
    Furthman.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 8Jan29; LP25986.

  ABOUT THE MURDER OF THE CIRCUS QUEEN. SEE The Circus Queen Murder.

  ABOVE ALL LAW. 1922. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. May.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 23Aug22; LP18225.

  ABOVE THE ABYSS. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15May15; LP5307.

  ABOVE THE CLOUDS. 1933. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Roy William Neill; story, George B. Seitz;
    screenplay, Albert DeMond.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Oct33; LP4199.

  ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 1924. 12 reels.

    Credits: Frances Marion; director, Philip Rosen.

    © Rockett-Lincoln Film Co.; 2May24; LP20136.

  ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. 1930. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, D. W. Griffith; story and production, John W.
    Considine, Jr.; adaptation, Stephen Vincent Benet; continuity and
    dialogue, Stephen Vincent Benet, Garrit Lloyd.

    © Feature Productions, Inc. (Stephen Vincent Benet, author); 1Sep30;
    LP1585.

  ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 1933. 2 reels. Contents.—pt. 1. The Pioneer.—pt. 2.
    The Statesman.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (K. R. Edwards, author); 2Feb33;
    MP3877.

  ABROAD IN OLD KENTUCKY. SEE The Moonshiner's Daughter.

  ABSCHIEDSWALZER (FAREWELL WALTZ). 1939. 9 reels, sd. Suggested in part
    by the novel by Jacques Thery as translated into English by Peter
    Olman; music by Frederick Chopin.

    Credits: Ernst Marischka; director, Geza von Bolvary; music
    director, Alois Melichar.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd. (Boston Films Co., k.
    f., author); 15Jan39; LP8656.

  ABSENT MINDED. (Bull's Eye Comedy) Bluebird. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George S. Summerville.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Oct25; LP21878.

  ABSENT-MINDED. SEE Wallace Ford in Absent-Minded.

  AN ABSENT-MINDED BURGLAR. © 1912.

    © Biograph Co. (I. M. Reynolds, author); title, descr. & 100 prints,
    27Nov12; LU136.

  AN ABSENT-MINDED CUPID. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ashley Miller.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 22Aug14; LP3259.

  ABSENT-MINDED MR. BOOB; or, PHOTOGRAPHING THE BABY. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Charles H. France.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Malcolm Douglas, author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 26Apr13; LU644.

  ABSENT-MINDED MOTHER. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles H. France.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 14Feb14; LP2163.

  ABSOLUTE QUIET. 1936. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; director, George B.
    Seitz; story, George F. Worts; screenplay, Harry Clork; film editor,
    Conrad A. Nervig; music score, Franz Waxman.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 14Apr36; LP6291.

  ABSORBING JUNIOR. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Jack Henley, Burnet Hershey.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr36; LP6323.

  THE ABYSMAL BRUTE. Jewel. 1923. 8 reels. Suggested by the story by
    Jack London.

    Credits: Director, Hobart Henley.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 30Mar23; LP18834.

  THE ABYSMAL BRUTE. SEE Conflict.

  THE ABYSS. Released through General Film Co. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Thomas Santschi.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 19Nov14; LP3811.

  THE ACADEMY AWARD REVIEW OF WALT DISNEY CARTOONS. 1937. 6 reels, sd.,
    color.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 20May37; MP7424.

  ACCELERATING FILL SETTLEMENT BY THE USE OF EXPLOSIVES. © 1932.

    © Ray-Bell Films, Inc. (Minnesota Highway Department, author); title
    & 13 prints, 4Apr32; descr., 14Apr32; MU3254.

  ACCENT ON BEAUTY. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Commentary Justin Herman; editor, Leslie Roush; narrator,
    Alois Havrilla.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec37; MP8049.

  ACCENT ON GIRLS. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Waller; continuity, Milton Hocky, Fred Rath.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 9Jan36; MP6107.

  ACCENT ON YOUTH. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 8 reels, sd. From
    the play by Samson Raphaelson.

    Credits: Producer, Douglas MacLean; director, Wesley Ruggles;
    screenplay, Claude Binyon; film editor, Otho Lovering.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 22Aug35; LP5730.

  ACCIDENT IS THE BEST POLICY. 1916. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 29Nov16; LP9632.

  AN ACCIDENT POLICY. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Written and produced by Edwin McKim.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin McKim, author); 8Nov15; LP6871.

  ACCIDENTAL ACCIDENTS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 11Dec24; LU20889.

  AN ACCIDENTAL ALIBI. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: John Adair.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Apr13; LP654.

  THE ACCIDENTAL HONEYMOON. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Directed and written by Leonce Perret.

    © High Art Productions, Inc.; 1Apr18; LP12267.

  AN ACCIDENTAL SERVANT. © 1912.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 54 prints, 30Dec12; LU221.

  ACCIDENTAL WEALTH. (Star Comedy) 1922. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Oct22; LP18334.

  ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Lamont.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Jun25; LP21563.

  ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN. (Star Comedy) 1922. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Aug22; LP18113.

  ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Morton Blumenstock; story, William K. Wells,
    David Freedman; dialogue director, Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 1Aug30; LP1457.

  ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN. 1937. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Clemens; story, George Bricker;
    screenplay, George Bricker, Anthony Coldeway.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Dec37; LP7892.

  THE ACCOMPLISHED MRS. THOMPSON. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Norval Richardson, author); 21May14;
    LP2746.

  ACCORDING TO SENIORITY. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lambart.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Ared White, author); 21Aug13;
    LP1581.

  ACCORDING TO THE CODE. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Charles Michelson; director, E. H. Calvert.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 19Jun16; LP8552.

  ACCORDING TO THEIR LIGHTS. 1915. 2,000 ft.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Eugene Nowland.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18May15; LP5334.

  ACCORDING TO VALUE. Laemmle. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits; Producer, Frank Lloyd; scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Jul15; LP5845.

  ACCORDION JOE. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Ted Sears, Grim
    Natwick.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 12Dec30; MP2122.

  THE ACCOUNTING. 1915. 3 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 8Feb15; LP4432.

  THE ACCURSED DRUG. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 94 prints, 25Nov13; LU1664.

  AN ACCURSED INHERITANCE. SEE The Sins of the Fathers.

  THE ACCURSED WOMAN. SEE In the Web of Intrigue.

  ACCUSED. Released through United Artists. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Marcel Hellman; director, Thornton Freeland;
    screenplay, Zoe Akins, George Barraud; dialogue, Zoe Akins;
    additional dialogue, George Barraud; music director, Percival
    Mackey.

    © Criterion Film Productions, Ltd.; 29Jul37; LP7313.

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

    Credits: Director, Allen Dwan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Nov16; LP9489.

  THE ACCUSING EYE. © 1914.

    © Pathé Frères (Messter Film Co., author); title, descr. & 41
    prints, 15Apr14; LU2507.

  THE ACCUSING FINGER. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Madeleine Ruthven, Brian
    Marlow, John Bright, Robert Tasker; film editor, Chandler House.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 23Oct36; LP6676.

  THE ACCUSING PEN. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Will M. Ritchey, author); 8Apr15; LP4986.

  THE ACCUSING VOICE. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Davenport.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (F. W. Hiller, author); 5May16;
    LP8238.

  THE ACE. SEE Hell In the Heavens.

  ACE DRUMMOND. 1936. 2 reels each. Based on the newspaper feature
    created by Captain Eddie Rickenbacker. © Universal Productions, Inc.

    Credits: Directors, Ford Beebe, Cliff Smith; screenplay, Wyndham
    Gittens, Norman S. Hall, Ray Trampe.

    1. Where East Meets West. © 11Sep36; LP6591.

    2. The Invisible Enemy. © 11Sep36; LP6592.

    3. The Doorway of Doom. © 16Sep36; LP6599.

    4. The Radio Riddle. © 23Oct36; LP6656.

    5. Bullets of Sand. © 30Oct36; LP6674.

    6. Evil Spirits. © 9Nov36; LP6696.

    7. The Trackless Trail. © 18Nov36; LP6715.

    8. The Sign in the Sky. © 25Nov36; LP6729.

    9. Secret Service. © 2Dec36; LP6742.

    10. The Mountain of Jade. © 4Dec36; LP6756.

    11. The Dragon Commands. © 14Dec36; LP6788.

    12. The Squadron of Death. © 21Dec36; LP6795.

    13. The World's Akin. © 29Dec36; LP6815.

  ACE HIGH. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Direction, story, and scenario, Lynn Reynolds.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 9Jun18; LP12575.

  ACE HIGH. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Holt; story, W. Pigott; scenario, Karl
    Coolidge.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23May19; LP13759.

  ACE OF ACES. 1933. 8 reels, sd. From the story "The Bird of Prey" by
    John Monk Saunders.

    Credits: Associate producer, Sam Jaffe; director, J. Walter Ruben;
    screenplay, John Monk Saunders, H. W. Hanemann; editor, George
    Hively; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 21Oct33; LP4217.

  ACE OF ACTION. © 1926.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Betty Burbridge, author); title,
    descr. & 88 prints, 10Nov26; LU23318.

  THE ACE OF CADS. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1926. 8 reels.

    Credits: Associate producer, William LeBaron; director, Luther Reed;
    story, Michael Arlen; adaptation and screenplay, Forrest Halsey.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 15Oct26; LP24007.

  THE ACE OF CLUBS. Powers. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Scenario and production, Sydney Ayers.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Mar15; LP4732.

  THE ACE OF DIAMONDS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 14Aug15; LP6097.

  THE ACE OF HEARTS. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Gouverneur Morris; director, Wallace Worsley.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 9Sep21; LP16948.

  THE ACE OF SCOTLAND YARD. 1929. 2 reels each. © Universal Pictures
    Corp.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; story and continuity, Harold M.
    Atkinson.

    1. The Fatal Circlet. © 25Jul29; LP544.

    2. A Cry in the Night. © 5Aug29; LP582.

    3. The Dungeon of Doom. © 20Aug29; LP634.

    4. The Depths of Limehouse. © 24Sep29; LP720.

    5. Menace of the Mummy. © 24Sep29; LP721.

    6. Dead or Alive. © 14Oct29; LP783.

    7. Shadows of Fear. © 18Oct29; LP784.

    8. The Baited Trap. © 28Oct29; LP797.

    9. A Battle of Wits. © 1Nov29; LP822.

    10. The Final Judgment. © 9Nov29; LP847.

  THE ACE OF SPADES. 1925. 2 reels each. © Universal Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Henry McRae; story, Isadore Bernstein, William
    Lord Wright.

    1. The Fatal Card. © 20Aug25; LP21764.

    2. No Greater Love. © 20Aug25; LP21765.

    3. Whirling Waters. © 22Aug25; LP21747.

    4. Fires of Sacrifice. © 30Sep25; LP21872.

    5. Thundering Hoofs. © 7Oct25; LP21888.

    6. Flung from the Sky. © 20Oct25; LP21929.

    7. The Trail of Terror. © 28Oct25; LP21961.

    8. The Lariat of Death. © 2Nov25; LP21969.

    9. Fingers of Fate. © 20Nov25; LP22032.

    10. The Road to Ruin. © 20Nov25; LP22033.

    11. The Chasm of Peril. © 7Dec25; LP22091.

    12. The Avalanche. © 12Dec25; LP22114.

    13. The Fury of Fate. © 18Dec25; LP22159.

    14. The Chasm of Courage. © 24Dec25; LP22175.

    15. A Deal of Destiny. © 24Dec25; LP22176.

  ACE OF SPADES. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Max Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 16Jan31; MP2241.

  THE ACE OF THE SADDLE. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits; Director, Jack Ford; story, B. J. Jackson; scenario, George
    Hively.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Jul19; LP14017.

  ACES UP. (Toby the Pup Series) 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Dick Huemor, Sid Marcus.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 16May31; LP2269.

  ACES WILD. (Tom Howard Comedies) Educational. Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1933. 10 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Kent; director, Aubrey Scotto; story, Tom
    Howard; dialogue staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Larry Kent Prod., Inc.; 9Jul33; LP4162.

  ACHIEVEMENT. © 1924.

    © Louis Bordner; title & descr., 12May24; 2 prints, 24May24; MU2552.

  AN ACHING TOOTH IS NO EXCUSE. SEE A Tin Soldier.

  ACHING YOUTH. Presented by Hal Roach. 1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Fred L. Guiol; story and supervision, Leo
    McCarey; titles, H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 17Mar28; LP25229.

  THE ACID TEST. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, E. A. Marlin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. A. Corey, author); title, descr. & 26
    prints, 24Jul13; LU985.

  THE ACID TEST. 1914. 2 reels.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Shannon B. Myers, author); 23Apr14;
    LP2601.

  THE ACID TEST. © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères (Balboa Feature Film Co., author); title, descr. & 83
    prints, 3Feb15; LU4350.

  THE ACID TEST. (Tom Howard Comedies) Educational Pictures. 1932. 11
    min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story, Tom Howard.

    © Larry Kent Productions, Inc.; 27Nov32; LP3846.

  THE ACQUITTAL. Universal Jewel. 1923. 7 reels. From the play by Rita
    Weiman.

    Credits: Director, Clarence Brown; adaptation, Raymond L. Schrock.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Oct23; LP19548.

  ACQUITTED. © 1914.

    © Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 72 prints, 20Feb14; LU2186.

  ACQUITTED. 1916. 5 reels. Adapted from the story by Mary Roberts
    Rinehart.

    Credits: Scenario, Ray Somerville.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Ray Somerville, author); 7Feb16; LP8072.

  ACQUITTED. 1929. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, Frank R. Strayer;
    screenplay and dialogue, Keene Thompson; film editor, Dave Berg.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Dec29; LP910.

  ACROBATIC ACTS. Powers. 1916. 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Feb16; MP513.

  ACROBATIC TOE DANCE. © 1927.

    © James Dunedin (Maxine Stine, author); title & 4 prints, 26Oct27;
    descr., 15Nov27; MU4460.

  THE ACROBATS DREAM. Powers. 1915. 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Sep15; LP6515.

  ACROSS SWIFTCURRENT PASS ON HORSEBACK. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 11Oct13; MP92.

  ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton; story, John Ransom;
    adaptation, Harvey Gates.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 11Feb28; LP24992.

  ACROSS THE ATLANTIC VIA ZEPPELIN WITH LADY DRUMMOND HAY. (Movietone
    Act) 1929. Presented in conjunction with Hearst Newspapers. 3 reels,
    sd.

    Credits; Nils T. Granlund.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Mar29; MP5901.

  ACROSS THE BORDER. SEE Sarah Padden in Across the Border.

  ACROSS THE BURNING TRESTLE. 1914. 1 reel. An adaptation of "In
    Christmas Canyon."

    Credits: Director, Richard R. Ridgely; adaptation, Francis Lynde.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 27Jun14; LP2935.

  ACROSS THE CONTINENT. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Philip E. Rosen; story, Byron Morgan.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 26Apr22; LP17830.

  ACROSS THE DANGER LINE. © 1914.

    © Monarch Feature Film Co. (August Alecy, author); title, descr. &
    17 prints, 17Jan14; LU1969.

  ACROSS THE DEAD LINE. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Conway; story, Clarence B. Kelland;
    scenario, George C. Hull.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Jan22; LP17435.

  ACROSS THE DEAD-LINE. © 1924.

    © Productions, Inc. (Ford Beebe, author); title, 5Dec24; descr. &
    217 prints, 8Dec24; LU20855.

  ACROSS THE DESERT. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits; Producer, Burton L. King; story, F. M. Willis.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (F. M. Willis, author); 6May15; LP5260.

  ACROSS THE DIVIDE. © 1921.

    © Playgoers Pictures, Inc. (Beatrice Frederick, author); title,
    descr. & 106 prints, 12Oct21; LU17077.

  ACROSS THE FOOTLIGHTS. Big U. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Burton King; scenario, Leonora Dowlan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Jun15; LP5485.

  ACROSS THE GRAND CANYON. (Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Picture)
    1921. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 1Nov21;
    MP2076.

  ACROSS THE GREAT DIVIDE, 1915. 1,000 ft. Adapted from the story "With
    Clear Rights" by Charles W. Tyler.

    Credits: Direction and scenario, Edward C. Taylor.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Aug15; LP6146.

  ACROSS THE HALL. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Al. E. Christie; producer, Horace Davey.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Mar16; LP7803.

  ACROSS THE LINE. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Jacques Jaccard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Jan16; LP7464.

  ACROSS THE PACIFIC. Presented by the Premier Feature Film Co. © 1914.
    Based on the melodrama by Charles E. Blaney.

    Credits: Written and produced by Edwin Carewe.

    © World Film Corp. (Edwin Carewe, author); title, descr. & 221
    prints, 27Oct14; LU3721.

  ACROSS THE PACIFIC. 1926. 8 reels. From the novel by Charles E.
    Blaney.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; adaptation, Darryl Francis Zanuck.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Sep26; LP23141.

  ACROSS THE PLAINS. 1939. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert Tansey; director, Spencer
    Bennett; original screenplay, Robert Emmett; film editor, Robert
    Golden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 23May39; LP8869.

  ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE. Bison. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jacques Jaccard; story, George Marshall.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 7Jan16; LP7380.

  ACROSS THE ROCKIES TO THE PACIFIC. (Westward Movement, no. 5) 1921. 1
    reel.

    © Society for Visual Education, Inc. (Earl U. Rugg, author);
    15Jan21; MP1881.

  ACROSS THE SEA. (Romantic Journeys) Educational Pictures. Presented by
    E. W. Hammons. 1933. 907 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Producers, Howard C. Brown, Curtis F. Nagel.

    © Brown-Nagel Productions, Inc.; 13Oct33; MP4446.

  ACROSS TO SINGAPORE. 1928. 7 reels, b&w, blue sequences. From the book
    "All the Brothers Were Valiant" by Ben Ames Williams.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Nigh; adaptation, Ted Shane;
    continuity, Richard Schayer; film editor, Ben Lewis.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 7Apr28; LP25174.

  ACT YOUR AGE. (Kennedy, no. 1) 1939. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Charles Roberts; story,
    Charles Roberts, George Jeske; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct39; LP9194.

  ACTION. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Ford; story, J. Allen Dunn; scenario, Harvey
    Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Aug21; LP16889.

  ACTION. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1925.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 26Mar25; MU2937.

  ACTION ANTICS. © 1926. 1,033 ft.

    © Bart Foss; title, descr. & 8 prints, 26Jul26; MU3515.

  ACTION FOR SLANDER. Presented by Alexander Korda. Released through
    United Artists. 1937. 8 reels, sd. From the novel by Mary Borden.

    Credits: Producer, Victor Saville; director, Tim Whelan; screenplay.
    Miles Malleson; additional dialogue, Ian Dalrymple; film editors,
    Hugh Stewart, Jack Dennis; music director, Muir Mathieson.

    © London Film Productions, Ltd.; 28Dec37; LP7692.

  ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse
    L. Lasky. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Monte Brice.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 6May30; LP1277.

  THE ACTIVE LIFE OF DOLLY OF THE DAILIES. 1914. 1 reel each. © Thomas
    A. Edison, Inc.

    Credits: Acton Davies; director, Walter Edwin.

    1. The Perfect Truth. © 10Jan14; LP1947.

    2. The Ghost of Mother Eve. © 6Feb14; LP2111.

    3. An Affair of Dress. © 21Feb14; LP2199.

    4. Putting One Over. © 7Mar14; LP2290.

    5. The Chinese Fan. © 21 Mar 14; LP2370.

    6. On the Heights. © 4Apr14; LP2464.

    7. The End of the Umbrella. © 18Apr14; LP2542.

    8. A Tight Squeeze. © 2May14; LP2633.

    [9] A Terror of the Night. © 25May14; LP2759.

    [10] Dolly Plays Detective. © 8Jun14; LP2824.

    [11] Dolly at the Helm. © 22Jun14; LP2905.

    [12] The Last Assignment. © 3Jul14; LP2961.

  ACTIVITIES IN THE GARY, INDIANA, PUBLIC SCHOOLS. © 1915. 2,000 ft.

    © School City of Gary, Indiana; title, descr. & 11 prints, 16Apr15;
    MU309.

  THE ACTOR. © 1914.

    © Film Releases of America, Inc. (Dansk Kinographen, author); title,
    descr. & 66 prints, 26Feb14; LU2226.

  THE ACTOR. (Benny Rubin Talkie) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Fabian; story and dialogue, Benny Rubin.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Aug29; LP605.

  THE ACTOR'S ADVICE TO HIS SON. SEE Lionel Atwill in The Actor's Advice
    to His Son.

  THE ACTOR'S BOARDING HOUSE. 1915. Split reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Pat Rooney, author); 21May15; LP5354.

  ACTORS FROM THE JUNGLE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 4Nov15; MP442.

  AN ACTOR'S ROMANCE. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Roy L. McCardell, author); title, descr. & 52
    prints, 13Nov13; LU1570.

  THE ACTRESS. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Richard Ridgely.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 29Nov13; LP1702.

  THE ACTRESS. 1928. 8 reels, sd., b&w. From the play "Trelawney of the
    Wells" by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Franklin; screenplay, Albert Lewin,
    Richard Schayer; titles, Joe Farnham; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 28Apr28; LP25200.

  THE ACTRESS'S REDEMPTION. © 1914.

    © Features Ideal (Savoia Film, author); title, descr. & 54 prints,
    31Jul14; LU3110.

  AN ACTRESS'S ROMANCE. SEE Adrienne Lecouvreur.

  ACUTE APPENDICITIS (LAY). 1930. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (Edward Martin, author); 12Mar30;
    MP1752.

  ACUTE APPENDICITIS (PROFESSIONAL). 1929. 2 reels.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (Edward Martin, author); 14Oct29;
    MP1757.

  AD MAN. SEE No Marriage Ties.

  ADAM AND EVA. 1923. 8 reels.

    © William Randolph Hearst; 31Jan23; LP18656.

  ADAM AND EVE. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1817.

  ADAM AND EVE A LA MODE. Presented by Rainbow Comedies. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jesse Robbins.

    © Century Comedies; 27Dec19; LP14575.

  ADAM AND EVIL. 1927. 7 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Robert Z. Leonard; original screenplay, F. Hugh
    Herbert, Florence Ryerson; titles, Ralph Spence; film editor, Leslie
    F. Wilder.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 17Aug27; LP24293.

  ADAM BEDE. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 20Apr15; LP5071.

  ADAMS AND SOME EVES. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Chester M. DeVonde.

    © Klever Pictures, Inc.; 2Feb18; LP12049.

  ADAM'S EVE. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, A. Leslie Pearce; story, Florence Ryerson, Colin
    Clements.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 14Oct29; LP765.

  ADAM'S RIB. Paramount. Presented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1923. 10 reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, Cecil B. De Mille; story and
    scenario, Jeanie Macpherson.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 7Feb23; LP18658.

  THE ADAMS'S BOYS. © 1921. Based on a poem by James W. Foley.

    © Angela Murray Gibson; title, descr. & 7 prints, 15Apr21; MU1918.

  THE ADDED ITEM MAKES FOR PROFIT. 1931. 1 reel. Contents.—Friday
    Planning.—Featuring the Dairy Department.—Sell Extra Staples the Day
    Before a Holiday.—Party Menus Mean Big Orders.—Proper Care of Fresh
    Produce.

    © The Visual Training Corp.; 7Apr31; MP2972.

  ADDITION TO OLD FOLKS AT HOME. © 1922. 195 ft.

    © St. Elmo Sales Co. (Edmund A. Wheatley, author); title, descr. & 6
    prints, 25Oct22; MU2207.

  ADELE LENARR, JUVENILE SONGSTRESS AND ACROBATIC DANCER, SINGING AND
    DANCING: A. ROAD TO FAME [and others] 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Aug27; MP4242.

  ADELE ROWLAND, STORIES IN SONG. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 31Mar28; MP4856.

  ADIOS. SEE The Lash.

  ADMINISTERING THE LIFE INSURANCE ESTATE. (Educational Film Service, v.
    24) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau; 8Apr31; MP2479.

  THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON. SEE Male and Female.

  THE ADMIRALS, FOUR BOYS AND A UKULELE OFFER A PROGRAM OF POPULAR
    SONGS: A. YANKEE ROSE [and others] 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 2Jul27; MP4128.

  ADMISHUN TEN PINS. 1921. 2 reels.

    © American Pin Co.; 10Jul21; LP16840.

  ADMISSION 5¢. (Pepper Pot, no. 2) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Leo Donnelly.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Oct33; LP4153.

  ADMISSION FREE. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Thomas Johnson,
    Rudolph Eggeman.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 9Jun32; MP3344.

  ADOBE BRICK MAKING. 1939. 1 reel.

    © Bailey Film Service (Albert Reid Bailey, author); 23Jan39; MP9685.

  THE ADOPTED BABY. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Myll.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Gladys Owen, author); title, descr. & 30 prints,
    26Feb15; LU4548.

  THE ADOPTED BROTHER. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (W. C. Cabanne, author); title, descr. & 110 prints,
    18Aug13; LU1124.

  THE ADOPTED SON. 1917. 6 reels.

    Adapted from the story by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust].

    Credits: Supervision, Maxwell Karger; director, Charles Brabin;
    adaptation, Albert Shelby Le Vino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 17Oct17; LP11572.

  ADORABLE. 1933. 7,700 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Wilhelm Dieterle; story, Paul Frank, Billie
    Wilder; screenplay, George Marion, Jr., Jane Storm; editors, Irene
    Morra, R. W. Bischoff.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 8May33; LP3902.

  THE ADORABLE DECEIVER. Released by F. B. O. 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story, Harry O. Hoyt; continuity,
    Doris Anderson.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 28Sep26; LP23148.

  ADORABLE DORA. (Blue Ribbon Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Sweet.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 21Jul26; LP22923.

  THE ADORABLE SAVAGE. 1920. 5 reels. From the novel by Ralph Stock.

    Credits: Director, Norman Dawn; scenario, Doris Schroeder.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Aug20; LP15419.

  ADORATION. Presented by Richard A. Rowland. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Lloyd; story, Lajos Biro; continuity,
    Winifred Dunn.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 19Nov28; LP25848.

  ADORATION. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Andrew L. Stone.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 25Feb28; LP25003.

  ADRIENNE LECOUVREUR; or, AN ACTRESS'S ROMANCE. 1913. 1,783 ft. Adapted
    from the play by Mme. Sarah Bernhardt.

    Credits: Adaptation, Sarah Bernhardt.

    © William F. Connor; 3Feb13; LP311.

  ADRIENNE LECOUVREUR. SEE Dream of Love.

  ADRIFT. © 1914. 2 reels.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 46 prints, 20Mar14; LU2349.

  ADVANTAGES OF THE NEW SUPERIOR WHIPPET. 1929. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 28Feb29; MP50.

  ADVENTURE. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
    1925. 6,602 ft. From the novel by Jack London.

    Credits: Producer and director, Victor Fleming; screenplay, A. P.
    Younger, L. G. Rigby.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 28Apr25; LP21412.

  THE ADVENTURE HUNTER. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, E. A. Martin; scenario, Wallace C. Clifton.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 26Jun15; LP5690.

  AN ADVENTURE IN A HAREM. © 1915.

    © Nordisk Film Kompagni A/S; title, descr. & 62 prints, 8Feb15;
    LU4401.

  AN ADVENTURE IN HEARTS. Paramount-Artcraft. 1919. 5 reels. Adapted
    from the novel "Captain Dieppe" by Anthony Hope [pseud. of Anthony
    Hope Hawkins] and the play by Harrison Garfield Rhodes.

    Credits: Director, James Cruze; scenario, Elmer Harris.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17Oct19; LP14337.

  ADVENTURE IN MANHATTAN. 1936. 8 reels. Suggested by "Purple and Fine
    Linen" by May Edginton.

    Credits: Director, Edward Ludwig; story, Joseph Krumgold;
    screenplay, Sidney Buchman, Harry Sauber, Jack Kirkland; film
    editor, Otto Meyer; music director, Morris Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corporation of Calif., Ltd.; 4Sep36; LP6583.

  ADVENTURE IN SAHARA. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; story, Sam Fuller; screenplay,
    Maxwell Shane; film editor, Otto Meyer; music director, M. W.
    Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 21Nov38; LP8431.

  AN ADVENTURE IN THE AUTUMN WOODS. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Wm. C. Cabanne, author); title, descr. & 118 prints,
    10Jan13; LU256.

  ADVENTURE MAD. U. F. A. Released by Paramount. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lothar Mendes; scenario, Robert Liebman.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 31Mar28; LP25122.

  THE ADVENTURE OF CHARLES AUGUSTUS MILVERTON. SEE The Adventure of the
    Missing Rembrandt.

  THE ADVENTURE OF THE MISSING REMBRANDT. (Sherlock Holmes Series) 1932.
    8 reels. Adapted from "The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton"
    by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

    Credits: Director, Leslie S. Hiscott; screen adaptation, Cyril
    Twyford, H. Fowler Mear.

    © First Anglo Corp.; 18May32; LP3034.

  THE ADVENTURE OF THE RIVAL UNDERTAKERS. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Robert E. Innis, author); 30Apr14;
    LP2626.

  THE ADVENTURE SHOP. 1918. 5 reels. Story adapted from "The Green
    Gullabaloo" by Bud Fisher.

    Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb; scenario, George H. Plympton.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 27Dec18; LP13207.

  THE ADVENTURER. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Donald Macdonald; scenario, Anthony W. Coldewey.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Anthony W. Coldewey, author); title, descr. & 27
    prints, 9Jan15; LU4144.

  THE ADVENTURER. Art Drama. © 1917. Based on the novel by Upton
    Sinclair.

    Credits: Director, Alice Blaché; scenario, Harry Chandlee, Lawrence
    McCloskey.

    © U. S. Amusement Corp.; title & descr., 10Oct17; 228 prints,
    11Oct17; LU11526.

  THE ADVENTURER. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Charlie Chaplin.

    © Lone Star Corp.; 22Oct17; LP12143.

  THE ADVENTURER. 1920. 6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, J. Gordon Edwards; adaptation, E. Lloyd Sheldon.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 14Mar20; LP14881.

  THE ADVENTURER. 1928. 5 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Story, Leon Abrams; screenplay, Jack Cunningham; film
    editor, Sam S. Zimbalist.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 14Jul28; LP25461.

  THE ADVENTURER. SEE The Beautiful Mrs. Reynolds.

  THE ADVENTURES AND EMOTIONS OF EDGAR POMEROY. Presented by Samuel
    Goldwyn. 1920-21. 2 reels each. From the stories by Booth
    Tarkington. © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Directors, Paul Bern, E. Mason Hopper, Mason N. Litson;
    scenario, Eleanor Flori, Barbara Kent.

    1. Edgar and Teacher's Pet. © 11Mar20; LP14868.

    2. Edgar's Hamlet. © 25Mar20; LP14922.

    3. Edgar's Jonah Day. © 8May20; LP15105.

    4. Edgar Takes the Cake. © 17Jul20; LP15371.

    5. David and Goliath. © 1Sep20; LP15543.

    5. Edgar's Sunday Courtship. © 1Sep20; LP15711.

    6. Edgar Camps Out. © 15Oct20; LP15765.

    7. Edgar's Little Saw. © 11Dec20; LP15910.

    8. Get-Rich-Quick Edgar. © 24Dec20; LP15968.

    9. Edgar The Explorer. © 18Jan21; LP16036.

    10. Edgar's Country Cousin. © 12Jan21; LP16035.

    11. Edgar's Feast Day. © 3Mar21; LP16221.

    12. Edgar the Detective. © 8Apr21; LP16381.

  ADVENTURE'S END. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Trem Carr; director, Arthur Lubin; original
    story, Ben Ames Williams; screenplay, Ben Graumer Kohn, Scott
    Darling, Sid Sutherland; film editor, Charles Craft.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Nov37; LP7672.

  ADVENTURES IN DIPLOMACY. © 1914. Adapted from the novel "Elusive
    Isabel" by Jacques Futrelle.

    © Eclair Film Co. Inc.; title, descr. & 44 prints, 27Aug14; LU3271.

  ADVENTURES IN THE JUNGLES. 1939. 3 reels, sd.

    © Continental Pictures, Inc.; 6Mar39; MP9195.

  THE ADVENTURES OF A BOY SCOUT. © 1918.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Warren.

    © World Film Corp. (Edward Warren, author); title & descr., 5Jan18;
    108 prints, 10Jan18; LU11929.

  THE ADVENTURES OF A MILLIONAIRE'S SON. © 1914.

    © Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 89 prints, 8May14; LU2650.

  THE ADVENTURES OF A WATCH; or, TIME FLIES AND COMES BACK. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Hardee Kirkland.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Chris Lane, author); title, descr. & 15
    prints, 29Aug13; LU1175.

  THE ADVENTURES OF ADENOID. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 10Apr25; MU2961.

  ADVENTURES OF ANDY. 1913-14. 1 reel each. © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.

    Credits: Alice Williams, Mark Swan; director, Charles H. France.

    [1] Andy Gets a Job. © 13Dec13; LP1797.

    2. Andy Plays Hero. © 29Dec13; LP1871.

    3. Andy Goes on the Stage. © 26Jan14; LP2048.

    4. Andy, the Actor. © 21Feb14; LP2195.

    5. Andy and the Hypnotist. © 21Mar14; LP2369.

    6. Andy Plays Cupid. © 27Apr14; LP2603.

    [7] Andy Goes a-Pirating. © 25May14; LP2756.

    [8] Andy Has a Toothache. © 22Jun14; LP2904.

    [9] Andy Learns To Swim. © 25Jul14; LP3078.

    [10] Getting Andy's Goat. © 22Aug14; LP3255.

    [11] Andy and the Redskins. © 26Sep14; LP3433.

    [12] Andy Falls in Love. © 24Oct14; LP3614.

  THE ADVENTURES OF BUFFALO BILL (COL. WM. F. CODY). Released through
    Kleine-Edison-Selig-Essanay Service. 1917. 5 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 23Jan17; LP10056.

  ADVENTURES OF BUNNY RABBIT. 1937. 1 reel.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (L. K. Eads, author); 1May37;
    MP7430.

  ADVENTURES OF CAROL. Presented by William A. Brady. © 1917. Title
    changed from "When Carol Took the Subway."

    Credits: Director, Harley Knoles; story, Julia Burnham.

    © World Film Corp. (Julia Burnham, author); title & descr., 2Nov17;
    308 prints, 5Nov17; LU11655.

  ADVENTURES OF CHICO. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Produced and directed by Stacy Woodard, Horace Woodard.

    © Woodard Productions; 2Dec37; LP7638.

  THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL. 1935-36. 2 reels each. From the
    stories by Burt L. Standish [pseud. of Gilbert Patten].

    © Universal Productions, Inc.

    Credits: Director, Cliff Smith; screenplay, George Plympton, Maurice
    Geraghty, Ella O'Neill. Basil Dickey.

    1. College Hero. © 17Dec35; LP5999.

    2. The Death Plunge. © 17Dec35; LP6000.

    3. Death at the Cross Roads. © 17Dec35; LP6001.

    4. Wreck of the Viking. © 26Dec35; LP6020.

    5. Capsized in the Cataract. © 26Dec35; LP6021.

    6. Descending Doom. © 30Dec35; LP6026.

    7. Monster of the Deep. © 12Feb36; LP6130.

    8. The Tragic Victory. © 18Feb36; LP6148.

    9. Between Savage Foes. © 27Feb36; LP6166.

    10. Imprisoned in a Dungeon. © 4Mar36; LP6184.

    11. The Crash in the Chasm. © 13Mar36; LP6208.

    12. The Winning Play. © 18Mar36; LP6219.

  THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    1939. 10 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the book by Mark Twain [pseud. of
    Samuel Langhorne Clemens].

    Credits: Producer, Joseph L. Mankiewicz; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Hugo Butler; music score, Frank E. Hull, Franz Waxman.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 10Feb39; LP8644.

  THE ADVENTURES OF JACQUES. © 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Lorimer Johnston.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 82 prints, 18Aug13;
    LU1123.

  THE ADVENTURES OF JANE ARDEN. 1939. 6 reels, sd. Based on the comic
    strip created by Monte Barrett and Russell E. Ross.

    Credits: Director, Terry Morse; screenplay, Vincent Sherman,
    Lawrence Kimble, Charles Curran.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 18Mar39; LP8716.

  THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN. © 1913-14. © Selig Polyscope Co., Inc.
    (Harold MacGrath, author).

    Credits: Producer, F. J. Grandon; scenario, Gilson Willets.

    1. The Unwelcome Throne. © title, descr. & 116 prints, 26Dec13;
    LU1857.

    2. The Two Ordeals. © title, descr. & 101 prints, 7Jan14; LU1920.

    [3] In the Temple of the Lion. © title, descr. & 99 prints, 22Jan14;
    LU2000.

    [4] The Royal Slave. © title, descr. & 79 prints, 4Feb14; LU2091.

    5. A Colonel in Chains. © title, descr. & 98 prints, 19Feb14;
    LU2178.

    [6] Three Bags of Silver. © title, descr. & 84 prints, 7Mar14;
    LU2279.

    7. The Garden of Brides. © title, descr. & 90 prints, 21Mar14;
    LU2361.

    [8] The Cruel Crown. © title, descr. & 99 prints, 6Apr14; LU2454.

    9. The Spellbound Multitude. © title, descr. & 99 prints, 20Apr14;
    LU2538.

    11. The Forged Parchment. © 14Apr14; LP2619.

    12. The King's Will. © 6May14; LP2707.

    13. The Court of Death. © 11May14; LP2792.

  THE ADVENTURES OF LIEUTENANT PETROSINO. © 1912.

    © Feature Photoplay Co. (Sidney M. Goldin, author); title, 21Nov12;
    descr., 20Nov12; 65 prints, 14Nov12; LU129.

  THE ADVENTURES OF MARCO POLO. 1938. 11 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Archie Mayo; story, N. A. Pogson; screenplay,
    Robert E. Sherwood; film editor, Fred Allen; music director, Alfred
    Newman; music, Hugo Friedhofer.

    © Samuel Goldwyn; 11Mar38; LP7885.

  THE ADVENTURES OF MAZIE. Released by F. B. O. 1925-26. 2 reels each. ©
    R-C Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Directors, Ralph Ceder, Jimmy Wilkinson; stories, Nell
    Martin; adaptation and continuity, Doris Anderson.

    1. Amazing Mazie. © 13Sep25; LP21836.

    2. The Constant Simp. © 27Sep25; LP21891.

    3. Or What Have You. © 11Oct25; LP21898.

    4. Mazies Won't Tell. © 25Oct25; LP21932.

    5. So's Your Old Man. © 8Nov25; LP22013.

    6. Pike's Pique. © 22Nov25; LP22082.

    [7] The Vanishing Armenian. © 6Dec25; LP22234.

    8. Tea for Toomey. © 11Dec25; LP22109.

    9. High but Not Handsome. © 3Jan26; LP22219.

    10. Little Andy Looney. © 8Jan26; LP22236.

    11. A Snitch in Time. © 16Dec25; LP22270.

    12. Mazie's Married. © 1Feb26; LP22343.

  THE ADVENTURES OF PEACEFUL RAFFERTY. (Adventures of Peaceful Rafferty,
    no. 1) © 1915.

    © Charles C. O'Hara; title, descr. & 3 prints, 23Feb15; LU4555.

  THE ADVENTURES OF PETER. 1930. 706 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 7Nov30;
    MP2569.

  ADVENTURES OF POPEYE. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 24Oct35; MP5937.

  ADVENTURES OF REX AND RINTY. Presented by Nat Levine. 1935. 2 reels
    each, sd. © Mascot Pictures Corp; no. 1-6, 25Aug35; LP5916; no.
    7-12, 27Aug35; LP6035.

    Credits: Supervision, Barney Sarecky; directors, B. Reeves Eason,
    Forde Beebe; original story, B. Reeves Eason, Maurice Geraghty, Ray
    Trampe; screenplay, John Rathmell, Barney Sarecky; film editor,
    Joseph Lewis.

  THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD. 1938. 11 reels. Based upon ancient Robin
    Hood legends.

    Credits: Directors, Michael Curtiz, William Keighley; original
    screenplay, Norman Reilly Raine, Seton I. Miller; music, Erich
    Wolfgang Korngold.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 14Mar38; LP7986.

  ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE. Universal Special. 1922. 2 reels each.
    From the story by Daniel Defoe. © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    Credits: Director, Robert F. Hill; scenario, Emma Belle Clifton.

    1. The Sea Raiders. © 16Mar22; LP17659.

    2. Shipwrecked. © 29Mar22; LP17700.

    3. The Cannibals' Captives. © 31Mar22; LP17711.

    4. Hidden Gold. © 4Apr22; LP17729.

    5. The Ship of Despair. © 11Apr22; LP17746.

    6. Friday's Faith. © 20Apr22; LP17776.

    7. The Swamp of Terror. © 26Apr22; LP17802.

    8. Marooned. © 28Apr22; LP17812.

    9. The Jaguar Trap. © 9May22; LP17864.

    10. A Prisoner of the Sun. © 13May22; LP17908.

    11. No Greater Love. © 1Jun22; LP18057.

    12. The Island of Happiness. © 6Jun22; LP17944.

    13. The Sword of Courage. © 12Jun22; LP17951.

    14. The Buccaneers. © 15Jun22; LP17970.

    15. The Jolly Roger. © 21Jun22; LP17988.

    16. The Idol's Bride. © 3Jul22; LP18032.

    17. When the Heart Calls. © 10Jul22; LP18042.

    18. Back to the Primitive. © 17Jul22; LP18062.

  THE ADVENTURES OF RUTH. © 1919-20. © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Gilson
    Willets, author).

    1. The Wrong Countess. © title, descr. & 60 prints, 22Nov19;
    LU14454.

    2. The Celestial Maiden. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 22Nov19;
    LU14455.

    3. The Bewitching Spy. © title, descr. & 40 prints. 22Nov19;
    LU14518.

    4. The Stolen Picture. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 31Jan20;
    LU14710.

    5. The Bank Robbery. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 31Jan20; LU14711.

    6. The Border Fury. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 31Jan20; LU14712.

    7. The Substitute Messenger. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 31Jan20;
    LU14713.

    8. The Harem Model. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 31Jan20; LU14714.

    9. The Cellar Gangsters. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 31Jan20;
    LU14715.

    10. The Forged Check. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 8Mar20; LU14836.

    11. The Trap. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 8Mar20; LU14837.

    12. The Vault of Terror. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 8Mar20;
    LU14838.

    13. Within Hollow Walls. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 8Mar20;
    LU14839.

    14. The Fighting Chance. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 8Mar20;
    LU14840.

    15. The Key of Victory. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 8Mar20;
    LU14841.

  THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. SEE

    The Beryl Coronet.

    A Case of Identity.

    The Copper Beeches.

    The Devil's Foot.

    The Dying Detective.

    The Man with the Twisted Lip.

    The Musgrave Ritual.

    A Mystery of Boscombe Vale.

    The Red Headed League.

    The Resident Patient.

    The Reygate Squires.

    A Scandal in Bohemia.

    Silver Blaze.

    The Speckled Band.

    The Stolen Papers.

    The Yellow Face.

  THE ADVENTURES OF TARZAN. 1921. 2 reels each, except no. 1 which is 3
    reels. From "The Return of Tarzan" by Edgar Rice Burroughs. © Great
    Western Producing Co.

    Credits: Director, Robert F. Hill; adaptation and continuity,
    Lillian Valentine, Robert F. Hill.

    1. Jungle Romance. © 7Jun21; LP16867.

    2. The City of Gold. © 7Jun21; LP16868.

    3. The Sun Death. © 7Jun21; LP16869.

    4. Stalking Death. © 7Jun21; LP16870.

    5. Flames of Hate. © 7Jun21; LP16871.

    6. The Ivory Tomb. © 25Aug21; LP16990.

    7. The Jungle Trap. © 25Aug21; LP16991.

    8. The Tornado. © 25Aug21; LP16992.

    9. Fangs of the Lion. © 25Aug21; LP16993.

    10. The Simoon. © 25Aug21; LP16994.

    11. The Hidden Foe. © 25Aug21; LP16995.

    12. Dynamite Trail. © 25Aug21; LP16996.

    13. The Jungle's Prey. © 25Aug21; LP16997.

    14. Flaming Arrows. © 25Aug21; LP16998.

    15. The Last Adventure. © 25Aug21; LP16999.

  ADVENTURES OF THE SUBSTITUTE WIDOW. Imp. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Hugh C. Weir; producer, Stuart Paton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Aug15; LP6100.

  THE ADVENTURES OF THE YELLOW CURL PAPERS. Imp. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Hugh Weir.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Apr15; LP5031.

  THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER. 1938. 10 reels, sd., color. Based on the
    story by Mark Twain [pseud. of Samuel Langhorne Clemens].

    Credits: Director, Norman Taurog; screenplay, John V. A. Weaver;
    continuity, Barbara Keon; film editor, Margaret Clancey; music
    director, Lou Forbes.

    © Selznick International Pictures, Inc.; 4Mar38; LP7894.

  THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER. SEE Tom Sawyer.

  THE ADVENTURES OF TOM THE TAMER AND KID KELLY. (Animated Grouch
    Chaser) 1916. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Raoul Barre.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 19May16; LP8328.

  ADVENTURES OF VAN BIBBER. SEE

    The Fight.

    A Fool and His Honey.

    The Guest of Honor.

    Hot House Hazel.

    The Hunt.

    The Kiss Doctor.

    The Mad Racer.

    The Race.

    Rah! Rah! Heidelberg!

    T-Bone for Two.

    Too Many Cookies.

  THE ADVENTURESS. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 24 prints, 11Dec13; LU1780.

  AN ADVENTURESS. © 1920.

    Credits: Director, Fred J. Balshofer; story, Charles Taylor, Tom J.
    Geraghty.

    © Republic Distributing Corp. (Charles Taylor & Tom J. Geraghty,
    authors); title & descr., 17Apr20; 445 prints, 10Apr20; LU15025.

  THE ADVENTURESS. SEE

    The Desert Bride.

    The Keyhole.

  THE ADVENTURESS IN GREEN. Pasquali & Co., Italy.

    © Alphonse Koch (Pasquali & Co., author); title, descr. & 36 prints,
    12May14; LU2680.

  ADVENTUROUS AMBROSE. 1918. 2 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 5Apr18; LP12279.

  THE ADVENTUROUS BLONDE. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Frank McDonald; original screenplay, Robertson
    White, David Diamond; film editor, Frank Magee.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Nov37; LP7550.

  ADVERTISING BASEBALL GAME. © 1933.

    © Frank H. Fredette; title & descr., 10Nov33; 5 prints, 19Sep33;
    MU4381.

  ADVERTISING DID IT. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Romaine Fielding.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (F. L. Richmond & Romaine Fielding, authors);
    7Sep15; LP6294.

  ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN. Released through United Artists. 1933. 7
    reels, sd. From a novel by Nathaniel West.

    Credits: Producer, Darryl F. Zanuck; director, Alfred Werker;
    screenplay, Leonard Praskins; film editor, Alan McNeil; musical
    direction, Alfred Newman.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 1Dec33; LP4373.

  THE ADVISOR. Big U. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Burton King; scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Jun15; LP5678.

  AERIAL ACROBATIC MANOEUVRES. © 1937.

    © Edwin Clarence Hedler; title & descr., 27Nov37; 15,900 prints,
    29Nov37; MU7943.

  THE AERIAL BUDS. Powers. 1916. 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Manufacturing Co., Inc.; 12Jan16; MP488.

  AN AERIAL JOY RIDE. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Reed.

    © William Fox (Charles Reed, author); 29Apr17; LP10681.

  AN AERIAL REVENGE. © 1914.

    ** © Itala Film Co. of America; title, descr. & 86 prints, 27Jun14;
    LU2922.

  AERO NUTS. 1927. 1 reel. Adapted from the Krazy Kat cartoons by George
    Herriman.

    Credits: Animation, Ben Harrison, Manny Gould.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 13Aug27; MP4228.

  AEROPLANE VERSUS AUTOMOBILE. Société Générale des Cinématographes
    Éclipse, Paris. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Société Générale des Cinématographes Éclipse,
    author); title, descr. & 69 prints, 13Oct13; LU1397.

  AN AFFAIR FOR THE POLICE. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Humphrey.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Jane Lennox, author); 11Dec14; LP3950.

  THE AFFAIR OF SUSAN. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, David Diamond; director, Kurt Neumann; story,
    Mann Page; screenplay, Clarence Marks, Andrew Bennison, H. M.
    Walker; film editor, Phil Cahn; music direction, Bakalelnikoff.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Oct35; LP5833.

  AN AFFAIR OF THE FOLLIES. 1927. 7 reels. From the story "Here Y'Are
    Brother" by Dixie Willson.

    Credits: Producer, Al Rockett; director, Millard Webb; scenario,
    Carey Wilson.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 27Jan27; LP23598.

  AN AFFAIR OF THREE NATIONS; an Exploit in the Career of Ashton-Kirk,
    Investigator. © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères; title, descr. & 146 prints, 25Oct15; LU6764.

  AFFAIRS OF A GENTLEMAN. 1934. 7 reels. From a play by Edith and Edward
    Ellis.

    Credits: Director, Edward L. Marin; screenplay, Cyril Hume, Peter
    Ruric, Milton Krims.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12May34; LP4683.

  THE AFFAIRS OF ANATOL. 1921. 9 reels. Suggested by the play by Arthur
    Schnitzler.

    Credits: Jeanie McPherson; producer, Cecil B. De Mille.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 11Sep21; LP16961.

  THE AFFAIRS OF ANNABEL. 1938. 68 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Lusty; director, Ben Stoloff; story, Charles
    Hoffman; screenplay, Bert Granet, Paul Yawitz; editor, Jack Hively;
    music director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Sep38; LP8336.

  AFFAIRS OF CAPPY RICKS. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Burt Kelly; director, Ralph Staub;
    story, Peter B. Kyne; original screenplay, Lester Cole.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 24May37; LP7230.

  THE AFFAIRS OF CELLINI. 1934. 9 reels, sd. From the play by Edwin
    Justus Mayer.

    Credits: Associate producers, William Goetz, Raymond Griffith;
    director, Gregory La Cava; screenplay, Bess Meredyth.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 18May34; LP4696.

  THE AFFAIRS OF HANNERL. SEE Love Me and the World Is Mine.

  THE AFFAIRS OF PIERRE. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1937. 1,754 ft.,
    sd.

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

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 6Aug37; LP7333.

  AFFINITIES. 1915. 2 reels. From the story by Mary Roberts Rinehart.

    Credits: Director, E. H. Calvert.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 10Sep15; LP6335.

  AFLAME IN THE SKY. Released by F. B. O. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. P. McGowan; story, Mary Roberts Rinehart;
    screenplay and continuity, Ewart Adamson.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 28Nov27; LP24689.

  AFRAID TO FIGHT. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Worthington; story, Leete Renick Brown;
    scenario, Charles Sarver.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Jul22; LP18030.

  AFRAID TO LOVE. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1927. 7 reels. Based on the play "The Marriage of Kitty" by
    Fred de Grésac and F. de Croisset.

    Credits: Director, E. H. Griffith; adaptation, Doris Anderson;
    screenplay, Doris Anderson, Joseph Jackson.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 2Apr27; LP23860.

  AFRAID TO TALK. 1932. 8 reels. From the drama by George Sklar and
    Albert Maltz.

    Credits: Director, Edward L. Cahn; screenplay, Tom Reed.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Oct32; LP3380.

  AFRICA. (A Walter Lantz Bill Nolan Cartoon) (An Oswald Cartoon) 1930.
    1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Walter Lantz, Bill Nolan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Nov30; MP2077.

  AFRICA BEFORE DARK. (An Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 3Feb28; LP24972.

  AFRICA, LAND OF CONTRAST. (M. G. M. Traveltalk) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Compiled by James A. FitzPatrick.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 9Jul34; MP4947.

  AFRICA SHRIEKS. 1931. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Feb31; MP2281.

  AFRICA SPEAKS. 1930. For Colorado African Expedition, Inc. 8 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Produced and filmed by Paul A. Hoefler and Walter A.
    Futter.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Oct30; LP1651.

  AFRICA SPEAKS ENGLISH. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story, Burnet Hershey.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Feb33; LP3638.

  AFRICA SQUAWKS. 1931. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Phil Goldstone.

    © Tiffany Productions of California, Inc., Ltd.; 3Aug31; LP2372.

  AFRICA SQUAWKS. (A Terry-Toon) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Connie Rasinski; story, John Foster; music,
    Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 30Jun39; MP9508.

  AFRICA SQUEAKS. (Flip the Frog Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 19Feb32; MP3167.

  AN AFRICAN ADVENTURE. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 14Sep27; MP4527.

  AN AFRICAN BOMA. (Adventures in Africa, no. 2) 1931. 2 reels.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Apr31; MP2467.

  THE AFRICAN DIAMOND CONSPIRACY. Societa Italiana Cines, Italy. © 1914.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 81
    prints, 14Jan14; LU1960.

  THE AFRICAN DODGER. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Mort Blumenstock; story, Tom Howard; dialogue
    staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Apr31; LP2126.

  AN AFRICAN HUNT. 1915. 400 ft. On same reel with "Susie's Suitors."

    Credits: Drawn by Vincent Whitman.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Vincent Whitman, author); 15Jul15; MP374.

  AFRICAN HUNT. SEE Paul J. Rainey's African Hunt.

  AFRICAN HUNTSMEN. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 11Dec24; MU2805.

  AFRICAN LIONS AND AMERICAN BEAUTIES. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Fred C. Fishback.

    © Century Comedies; 25Oct19; LP14340.

  AFRICAN SEA BIRDS. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 20Dec13; MP114.

  AFTER A REPUTATION. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by William Watson.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Mar25; LP21261.

  AFTER ALL. SEE New Morals for Old.

  AFTER BIG GAME OF THE SEA. Sterling. 1915. Split reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Apr15; MP311.

  AFTER BUSINESS HOURS. 1925. 5,600 ft. Adapted from the story
    "Everything Money Can Buy" by Ethel Watts Mumford.

    Credits: Director, Mal St. Clair; scenario, Douglas Doty; editor,
    Errol Taggard.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Apr25; LP21394.

  AFTER DARK. © 1915. Based on the play by Dion Boucicault.

    © World Film Corp. (E. M. Ingleton, author); title, descr. & 147
    prints, 3Sep15; LU6270.

  AFTER DARK. © 1924.

    Credits: Screenplay, J. F. Natteford.

    © Hurricane Film Corp. (J. F. Natteford, author); title, descr. &
    273 prints, 1Nov24; LU20726.

  AFTER DEATH. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. &
    100 prints, 6Dec13; LU1742.

  AFTER FIVE. © 1915. Based on the play by Cecil B. De Mille and William
    C. De Mille.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (William C. De Mille and
    Cecil B. De Mille, authors); title, descr. & 19 prints, 25Jan15;
    LU4276.

  AFTER FIVE. SEE The Night Club.

  AFTER HENRY. Metro-Drew. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 12Feb18; LP12055.

  AFTER HIS OWN HEART. 1919. 5 reels. From the story by Ben Ames
    Williams.

    Credits: Producer, Maxwell Karger; director, Harry L. Franklin;
    scenario, A. S. Le Vino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 2May19; LP13665.

  AFTER MANY YEARS. © 1913.

    © Albert Blinkhorn (General Film Agency, Ltd., author); title,
    descr. & 78 prints, 8Dec13; LU1761.

  AFTER MARRIAGE. Presented by J. G. Mayer. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Dawn.

    © Mayer & Quinn; 28Dec23; LP19781.

  AFTER MIDNIGHT. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Ralph Ince; story, John Lynch.

    © Selznick Pictures Corp.; 9Sep21; LP16978.

  AFTER MIDNIGHT. 1927. 7 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Production, direction, and story, Monta Bell; scenario,
    Lorna Moon; titles, Joe Farnham; film editor, Blanche Sewell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 17Aug27; LP24413.

  AFTER OFFICE HOURS. A Robert Z. Leonard production. 1935. 7 reels,
    sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Bernard H. Hyman; director, Robert Z. Leonard;
    story, Laurence Stallings, Dale Van Every; screenplay, Herman J.
    Mankiewicz; film editor, Tom Held.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 11Feb35; LP5349.

  AFTER SEBEN. 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, S. Jay Kaufman; story, James Barton.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 17May29; LP392.

  AFTER SIX DAYS. Presented by Weiss Brothers. 1922. 10 reels. From
    stories of the Old Testament.

    Credits: Producers and directors, Armando Vay, Piero Antonio
    Gariazzo; edited and titled by Kathyrne Stuart.

    © Artclass Pictures Corp.; 17Jun22; LP20253.

  AFTER THE BALL. © 1914. Taken from the song by Charles K. Harris.

    Credits: Picturized and directed by Pierce Kingsley.

    © Photo Drama Co. (Chas. K. Harris & Pierce Kingsley, authors);
    title, descr. & 160 prints, 8Jul14; LU2984.

  AFTER THE BALL. 1923. For Theatre Owners Distributing Corp. 7 reels.
    Adapted from the song by Charles K. Harris.

    Credits: Director, Dallas M. Fitzgerald; story, Charles K. Harris;
    scenario, James Colwell.

    © Renco Film Co., Inc.; 29Dec23; LP19780.

  AFTER THE BALL. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 8Nov29; MP822.

  AFTER THE BALL. Gaumont-British, London. 1933. 6,454 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Rosmer; adaptation, H. M. Harwood.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 6Mar33; LP3700.

  AFTER THE BALLED-UP BALL. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. A. Howe; supervision, J. G. Blystone.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 8Feb17; LP10151.

  AFTER THE BATTLE. Special Big U. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Sep16; LP9114.

  AFTER THE CIRCUS. (Paramount-Briggs) 1919. 1 reel. Based on "The Days
    of Real Sport" by Briggs.

    Credits: Director, John William Kellette; scenario, Doty Hobart.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 15Nov19; LP14501.

  AFTER THE DANCE. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Leo Bulgakov; story, Harrison Jacobs; screenplay,
    Harold Shumate; additional dialogue, Bruce Manning; film editor,
    Otto Meyer; music, Harry Akst.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Jul35; LP5690.

  AFTER THE HONEYMOON. © 1912.

    © Biograph Co. (V. Fulton, author); title, descr. & 86 prints,
    27Nov12; LU135.

  AFTER THE ORDER—THEN WHAT? 1928. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 20Jul28;
    MP5301.

  AFTER THE PLAY. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, William Worthington; story, Robert McGowan;
    scenario, Ben Cohn.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Feb16; LP7670.

  AFTER THE RAIN. SEE The Painted Woman.

  AFTER THE SHOW. 1921. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, William De Mille; story, Rita Weiman.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 30Oct21; LP17172.

  AFTER THE SHOW. (Melody Comedy) 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Production, direction and story, Harry Delmar; supervision,
    Philip Tannura; film editor, E. Pfitzenmeier.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Oct29; LP776.

  AFTER THE SQUALL IS OVER. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Herman; story, E. V. Durling, W. H.
    Woodmansee.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc. (Larry Darmour Productions, author);
    17Apr28; LP25243.

  AFTER THE STORM. © 1915.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title & descr., 5Aug15; 81 prints, 4Aug15;
    LU6017.

  AFTER THE STORM. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 9Mar15; LP4661.

  AFTER THE STORM. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, George B. Seitz; story,
    Harold Shumate; continuity, Will M. Ritchey.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19May28; LP25271.

  AFTER THE THIN MAN. 1936. 12 reels, sd., b&w. From a story by Dashiell
    Hammett.

    Credits: Producer, Hunt Stromberg; director, W. S. Van Dyke;
    screenplay, Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett; film editor, Robert J.
    Kern; music score, Herbert Stothart, Edward Ward.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 21Dec36; LP6821.

  AFTER THE WAR. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph DeGrasse; story, Kingsley Benedict;
    scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Jan19; LP13223.

  AFTER THE WELSH RAREBIT. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: William W. Hansom.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Jan13; LP359.

  AFTER TOMORROW. 1932. 7,100 ft., sd. Based on the stage play by John
    Golden and Hugh S. Stange.

    Credits: Director, Frank Borzage; screenplay, Sonya Levien; editor,
    Margaret Clancy.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 12Feb32; LP2881.

  AFTER TONIGHT. 1933. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, H. N. Swanson; story, Jane Murfin;
    screenplay, Jane Murfin, Albert Shelby LeVino, Worthington Miner;
    editor, William Hamilton; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 2Nov33; LP4284.

  AFTER VACATION THERE IS A JOB TO BE DONE. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 1Sep30; MP1903.

  AFTER YOUR OWN HEART. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall; story, William Wallace Cook;
    adaptation, Tom Mix; edited and titled by Ralph Spence.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 7Aug21; LP16853.

  THE AFTERMATH. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (G. A. Posner, author); title & descr.,
    28Aug14; 102 prints, 26Aug14; LU3275.

  AN AFTERNOON MIRACLE. 1920. 2 reels. From a story by O. Henry [pseud.
    of William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, David Smith; scenario, Robert A. Sanborn.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 6May20; LP15092.

  AFTERNOON OF A FAUN. SEE L'Après-Midi d'un Faune.

  AFTERWARDS. SEE Their Big Moment.

  AGAINST ALL ODDS. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edmund Mortimer; story, Max Brand [pseud. of
    Frederick Faust]; scenario, Frederic Chapin.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 27Jul24; LP20468.

  AGAINST THE CURRENT. SEE Contra la Corriente.

  AGAINST THE LAW. 1934. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story and screenplay, Harold
    Shumate; film editor, Otto Meyer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Oct34; LP5051.

  AGAINST THE RULES. (Rainbow Comedies) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Lalley; story and direction, Arch B. Heath;
    film editor, John Link; music director, Francis Groman.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 31May31; LP2286.

  AGATHA'S AUNT. SEE A Heart To Let.

  THE AGE FOR LOVE. 1931. 9 reels. From the novel by Ernest Pascal.

    Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd; adaptation, Ernest Pascal; dialogue,
    R. E. Sherwood.

    © The Caddo Co., Inc. (Ernest Pascal, author); 17Oct31; LP2605.

  THE AGE OF CONSENT. Presented by Radio Pictures. 1932. 7 reels, sd.
    From the play "Crossroads" by Martin Flavin.

    Credits: Executive producer, David O. Selznick; director, Gregory
    Lacava; screenplay, Sarah Y. Mason, Francis Cockrell.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 12Aug32; LP3230.

  THE AGE OF DESIRE. First National. 1923. 6 reels. Adapted from the
    story by Dixie Willson.

    Credits: Producer and director, Frank Borzage.

    © Arthur H. Jacobs; 20Sep23; LP19416.

  AGE OF INDISCRETION. 1935. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Phillip Goldstone; director, Edward Ludwig;
    original story, Lenore Coffee; screenplay, Leon Gordon, Otis
    Garrett; film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 7May35; LP5531.

  THE AGE OF INNOCENCE. 1924. 7 reels. From the novel by Edith Wharton.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Nov24; LP20739.

  THE AGE OF INNOCENCE. 1934. 9 reels, sd. From the novel by Edith
    Wharton and the play by Margaret Ayer Barnes.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, Philip Moeller;
    screenplay, Sarah Y. Mason, Victor Heerman; editor, George Hively;
    music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Sep34; LP4959.

  AGED IN THE WOOD. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 29Sep23; MU2326.

  THE AGELESS SEX. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (John Francis Beckwith, author); 3Sep14;
    LP3312.

  AGGIE APPLEBY MAKER OF MEN. 1933. 8 reels, sd. From the play by Joseph
    O. Kesselring.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, Mark Sandrich;
    screenplay, Humphrey Pearson, Edward Kaufman; editor, Basil
    Wrangell; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Nov33; LP4360.

  THE AGGRAVATIN' B'AR. (A Sports-Eye-View) 1933. 1 reel.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 27Apr33; MP3998.

  THE AGGRAVATIN' KID. Century. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Edw. I. Luddy.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Oct24; LP20681.

  AGGRAVATIN' MAMA. SEE The Gumps in Aggravatin' Mama.

  AGGRESSIVENESS: ESTABLISHING OUTPOSTS. 1929. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 4May29; MP238.

  AGHILEEN PINNACLES. 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; described by Father Hubbard and
    Lowell Thomas.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Nov39; MP9817.

  THE AGILE AGE. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1927.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    18 prints, 14Feb27; MU3791.

  AGNES. SEE

    A Million Bid.

    A Woman's Experience.

  THE AGONIES OF AGNES. © 1918. A burlesque of "The Perils of Pauline."

    © Marie Dressler Motion Picture Corp. (Marie Dressler, author);
    title & descr., 11Jun18; 66 prints, 7May18; LU12522.

  THE AGONY COLUMN. SEE

    The Blind Adventure.

    The Second Floor Mystery.

  THE AGONY OF FEAR. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Giles R. Warren.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); 18Sep15; LP6470.

  AGRICULTURAL OPPORTUNITIES IN WESTERN CANADA. 1918. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 8Jan18; MP1117.

  AH, GAY VIENNA. Bluebird. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Harry Sweet.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Jul27; LP24179.

  AH, WILDERNESS! 1935. 10 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by Eugene
    O'Neill.

    Credits: Producer, Hunt Stromberg; director, Clarence Brown;
    screenplay, Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett; film editor, Frank E.
    Hull; musical score, Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 25Nov35; LP5976.

  A HAUNTING WE WILL GO. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) 1939. 1 reel, sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Director, Burt Gillett; story, Gil Burton, Kin Platt;
    animation, Fred Kopietz, Lester Kline.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Aug39; MP9618.

  A HUNTING WE WILL GO. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Robert C. Bruce.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 15May31; MP2553.

  A HUNTING WE WILL GO. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Alfred Eugster,
    Rudolph Eggeman.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 28Apr32; MP3270.

  L'AIGLON. © 1914. An adaptation of the work by Edmond Rostand.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 103 prints, 21May14;
    LU2735.

  AIN'T HE GRAND? Imp. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Roy Clements.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Mar16; LP7813.

  AIN'T IT SO? © 1918.

    © William Steiner (William A. Seiter, author); title, descr. & 63
    prints, 16Sep18; LU12854.

  AIN'T IT THE TRUTH? 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 9Feb15; LP4434.

  AIN'T IT THE TRUTH. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 9Mar29; MP5923.

  AIN'T LOVE AWFUL? Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Mar23; LP18809.

  AIN'T LOVE FUNNY? Released by F. B. O. 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Del Andrews; story, Kay Clement, Lela Gidley;
    adaptation and continuity, Doris Anderson.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 19Dec26; LP23826.

  AIN'T LOVE GRAND! 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Al. St. John.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 14Aug21; LP16877.

  AIN'T NATURE GRAND. (Cameo Comedy) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Stephen Roberts.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 28Nov27; LP24708.

  AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL. (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Lyons-Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 27Jan20; LP14682.

  AIN'T SHE SWEET. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Seymour Kneitel,
    Thomas Johnson.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Feb33; MP3800.

  AIN'T WE GOT FUN. (Merrie Melodies) 1937. 8 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Fred Avery;
    animation, Charles Jones, Bob Clampett; musical score, Carl W.
    Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Aug37; MP7648.

  THE AINUS OF JAPAN. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; title, descr. & 5 prints, 22Jan13; MU28.

  AIR. (General Science) 1937. Filmstrip.

    Credits: Arranged and produced by Gerrit C. Zwart; drawings, Helen
    S. Zwart.

    © Gerrit C. Zwart d.b.a. Visual Sciences; 11Jun37; MP7645.

  AIR ATTACK. (Football Thrills Series) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Clyde E. Elliott; editor, Leonard Mitchell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Apr32; MP3241.

  THE AIR CIRCUS. 1928. 8 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Directors, Howard Hawks, Lew Seiler; story, Graham Baker,
    Andrew Bennison; scenario, Seton I. Miller, Norman Z. McLeod.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 1Sep28; LP25586.

  AIR-COOLED. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 28Sep25; MU3170.

  THE AIR DERBY. (Russ Farrell Aviator Series) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producers, Charles R. Rogers, Harry J. Brown; director,
    Harry J. Brown; story, Thompson Burtis.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 16Jan29; LP136.

  AIR DEVILS. 1938. 7 reels.

    Credits: Associate producer, Paul Malvern; director, John Rawlins;
    original story, Harold Buckley; screenplay, Harold Buckley, George
    Waggner; film editor, Charles Craft.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10May38; LP8016.

  THE AIR EXPRESS. (Meany, Miny, Moe) Snappy. 1937. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; story, Walt Lantz, Victor McLeod;
    artists, Lester Kline, Fred Kopietz, Laverne Harding.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Sep37; MP7747.

  AIR FRIGHT. (Hal Roach, Thelma Todd and Patsy Kelly Comedy) 1933. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 22Dec33; LP4362.

  THE AIR HAWK. Released by F. B. O. 1924. 5 reels. From the novel by
    George W. Pyper.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; editor, Della M. King.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 18Nov24; LP20786.

  AIR HAWKS. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Albert Rogell; screenplay, Griffin Jay, Grace
    Neville; film editor, Richard Cahoon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8May35; LP5521.

  AIR HOSTESS. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Albert Rogell; story, Grace Perkins; screenplay,
    Keene Thompson, Milton Raison.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4Jan33; LP3536.

  AIR HOSTESS. (Scrappy) (A Color Rhapsody) Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1937. 703 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Sid Marcus; animation, Art
    Davis; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 2Nov37; MP7892.

  THE AIR LEGION. 1929. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bert Glennon; story, James A. Creelman;
    continuity, Fred Mynton.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 6Jan29; LP25973.

  THE AIR MAIL. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
    1925. 6,976 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Irvin Willat; story, Byron Morgan; screenplay,
    James Shelley Hamilton.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17Mar25; LP21257.

  AIR MAIL. 1932. 9 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Ford; screenplay, Dale Van Every, Frank
    Wead.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Oct32; LP3367.

  THE AIRMAIL MYSTERY. 1932. 2 reels each. © Universal Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; story and dialogue, Ella O'Neill;
    continuity, Basil Dickey, George Plympton, George Morgan.

    1. Pirates of the Air. © 14Mar32; LP2918.

    2. Hovering Death. © 14Mar32; LP2919.

    3. A Leap for Life. © 24Mar32; LP2938.

    4. A Fatal Crash. © 29Mar32; LP2952.

    5. The Hawk Strikes. © 6Apr32; LP2973.

    6. The Bridge of Destruction. © 13Apr32; LP2986.

    7. The Hawk's Treachery. © 21Apr32; LP2994.

    8. The Aerial Third Degree. © 27Apr32; LP3002.

    9. The Attack on the Mine. © 6May32; LP3019.

    10. The Hawk's Lair. © 13May32; LP3035.

    11. The Law Strikes. © 20May32; LP3052.

    12. The Mail Must Go Through. © 8Jun32; LP3076.

  AIR MANIACS. Treasure Chest. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1933. 960
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Nate Watt.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 15Dec33; MP4514.

  AIR PARADE. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1938. 1,743 ft., sd.

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

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 14Jan38; LP7741.

  THE AIR PATROL. (Thrill Series) 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story, Al Wilson; continuity,
    William Lester.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Oct27; LP24539.

  THE AIR PILOT. © 1913.

    © Globe Feature Film Co. (Hermann Hemmelhaack, author); title,
    descr. & 20 prints, 18Mar13; LU491.

  AIR POLICE. 1931. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Stuart Paton; story, continuity, and dialogue,
    Arthur Hoerl, Bennett Cohen.

    © Sono Art World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 5Apr31; LP2278.

  THE AIR PRESSURE IN WHICH WE LIVE. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Bray Screen Products, Inc.; 1Jun24; MP2671.

  AIR SPUN, FLATTERY FOR YOUR FACE. © 1937. Sd.

    © Coty, Inc. of New York (Walter B. Neuburg, author); title &
    descr., 25Aug37; 2 prints, 6Oct37; MU7818.

  AIR THRILLS. (World of Sports) 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sidney H. MacKean.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Mar35; MP5456.

  AIR TIGHT. (Bobby Vernon Comedies) Educational Pictures. 1925. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Harold Beaudine.

    © Christle Film Co., Inc.; 29Jun25; LP21610.

  AIR TIGHT. Presented by Hal Roach. 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, George Stevens; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 19Mar31; LP2068.

  AIR TONIC. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, Sam White; story, Joseph A.
    Fields, Walter Weems; film editor, Charles Kimball.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Dec33; LP4371.

  THE AIR TORPEDO (DAS LUFT-TORPEDO). Deutsche Kinematographen Ges.,
    Germany. © 1914.

    © Louis Gerö (Deutsche Kinematographen Ges., author); title, descr.
    & 45 prints, 30Jan14; LU2058.

  AIRHOPPERS. (A Sports Parade Subject) 1936. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Boyle; explanatory remarks by Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 19Feb36; MP6276.

  AN AIRPLANE TRIP. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (Ernest Horn, author); 30Sep38; MP8973.

  THE AIRSHIP FUGITIVES. © 1913.

    © Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 83 prints, 18Jul13; LU961.

  AISSA'S DREAM. © 1913.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 72
    prints, 8Sep13; LU1212.

  AL ABBOTT IN SMALL TOWN RAMBLES. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Jan29; MP5770.

  AL. FAUSSETT, MONROE LOGGER AND DAREDEVIL, RIDES SUNSET FALLS IN A
    CANOE. © 1926.

    © Alfred Faussett; title, descr. & 6 prints, 12Aug26; MU3533.

  AL HERMAN, THE ASSASSIN OF GRIEF AND REMORSE. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 24Jul28; MP5222.

  AL JOLSON IN A PLANTATION ACT SINGS APRIL SHOWERS [and others]. 1927.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 2Apr27; MP3900.

  AL JOLSON IN ANNOUNCEMENT TRAILER (BLACKFACE) FOR THE SINGING FOOL.
    1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Sep28; MP5378.

  AL. LYDELL AND BOBBY HIGGINS IN A FRIEND OF FATHER'S. 1928. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Aug28; MP5361.

  AL LYONS AND HIS FOUR HORSEMEN. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Jan29; MP5836.

  AL TRAHAN IN THE MUSICALE. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jan30; MP1065.

  AL WOHLMAN, BROADWAY'S DOCTOR OF MELODY [OFFERS] WHAT YOU GONNA DO NOW
    [and others]. (Movietone Act) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Al Wohlman.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 11Mar29; MP5917.

  AN ALABASTER BOX. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: A. Van Buren Powell; director, Chester Withey; story, Mary
    E. Wilkins Freeman, Florence Morse Kingsley.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 8Sep17; LP11360.

  ALADDIN; or, THE WONDERFUL LAMP. © 1923.

    © Joseph Cammer; title & 7 prints, 20Aug23; descr., 3Oct23; MU2330.

  ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP. 1939. 2 reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, David Tendlar, William
    Sturm, Nicholas Tafuri, Reuben Grossman.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 7Apr39; MP9303.

  ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 8 reels.
    Based on "The Arabian Nights."

    Credits: Directors, S. A. and C. M. Franklin; scenario, Bernard
    McConville.

    © William Fox (Bernard McConville, author); 24Sep17; LP11481.

  ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP. (ComiColor Cartoon) 1934. 1 reel, sd.,
    color.

    © Celebrity Productions, Inc.; 24Aug34; MP4998.

  ALADDIN FROM BROADWAY. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Frederick Isham; director, William Wolbert; scenario.
    Helmer Walton Bergman.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 10Mar17; LP10349.

  ALADDIN-UP-TO-DATE. Black Cat. 1917. 30 min.

    Credits: H. Tipton Steck; director, Arthur Berthelet.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 5Mar17; LP10315.

  ALADDIN'S LAMP. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.
    1931. 9 min.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Terry, Moser & Coffman; 27Dec31; LP2786.

  ALADDIN'S LAMP. (Paul Terry-Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1935.
    543 ft., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; scored and conducted by Philip A.
    Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 15Nov35; MP5968.

  ALADDIN'S LANTERN. (Our Gang Comedy) Presented by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer.
    1938. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert
    McGowan; music director, David Snell.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 14Sep38; LP8329.

  ALADDIN'S OTHER LAMP. Presented by B. A. Rolfe. 1917. 5 reels. From
    the play "The Dream Girl" by Willard Mack.

    Credits: Director, John H. Collins; adaptation, June Mathis.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 29Jun17; LP11017.

  THE ALARM. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Hill; story and scenario, George Morgan,
    George H. Plympton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Dec21; LP17271.

  THE ALARM. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Al St. John.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 17Dec22; LP19129.

  ALARM CLOCK ANDY. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince; director, Jerome Storm; story,
    Agnes C. Johnston.

    © Thomas H. Ince; 31Dec19; LP14642.

  THE ALARM OF ANGELONE. © 1915. 35 mm.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (William Hamilton Osbourne, author); title
    & descr., 7Jan15; 92 prints, 8Jan15; LU4126.

  ALAS AND ALACK. Rex. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Joseph de Grasse; scenario, Ida May Park.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Oct15; LP6526.

  ALAS! POOR YORICK. © 1913.

    Credits: Written and produced by Colin Campbell.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Colin Campbell, author); title, descr. & 26
    prints, 17Apr13; LU614.

  ALASKA. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 4Jan30;
    MP1315.

  ALASKA. (Oswald Cartoon) 1930. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Walter Lantz, William Nolan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Dec30; MP2117.

  ALASKA. 1931. 1 reel.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Feb31; MP2325.

  ALASKA LOVE. (Educational's Comedies) 1932. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Babe Stafford; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Earle Rodney, Harry McCoy, Felix Adler.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 17Jul32; LP3416.

  ALASKA OR BUST. (Fables, no. 378) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Frank Moser.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 16Aug28; MP5252.

  ALASKA SWEEPSTAKES. 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; story, Walter Lantz and Victor
    McLeod.

    © Universal Productions, Inc.; 3Feb36; MP6165.

  ALASKA WONDERS IN MOTION. © 1917.

    © Al. I. Smith, W. A. Hillis, A. J. Buzard & W. E. Wright (Al. I.
    Smith, author); title, descr. & 71 prints, 11Jan17; MU819.

  THE ALASKAN. Paramount. 1924. 6,736 ft. From the novel by James Oliver
    Curwood.

    Credits: Producer, Herbert Brenon; screenplay, Willis Goldbeck.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17Sep24; LP20578.

  ALASKAN ADVENTURES. © 1926.

    Credits: Producer, John Morton Allen; director, Jack Robertson;
    edited and titled by Paul Hugon; photographed by Jack Robertson and
    Wylie Wells Kelly.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Jack Robertson, author); title, descr. & 107
    prints, 22Oct26; MU3616.

  THE ALASKAN INDIANS. 1/2 reel. 1916.

    Credits: Photographer, Edward S. Curtis.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; 13Nov16; MP849.

  AN ALASKAN INTERLUDE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: George Lessey.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 27Apr14; LP2602.

  ALASKAN NIGHTS. (Krazy Kat Comic) Winkler. 1930. 1 reel. Adapted from
    the cartoon character by George Herriman.

    Credits: Ben Harrison, Manny Gould; musical score, Joe De Nat.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Jun30; MP1641.

  THE ALBANY BRANCH. 1931. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Max Sennett; story and dialogue, John A. Waldron,
    Earl Rodney, Del Lord, Walter Weems, Harry McCoy.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 2Aug31; LP2617.

  THE ALBANY NIGHT BOAT; 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Raboch; story and continuity, Wellyn
    Totman; editor, Byron Robinson.

    © Tiffany-Stahl Productions, Inc.; 1Sep28; LP25597.

  ALBERT CARROLL IN IMPRESSIONS. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jan30; MP1064.

  ALBERT SPALDING. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Nov29; MP824.

  ALBERT SPAULDING, CONCERT VIOLINIST, PLAYING GYPSY AIRS BY SARASATE,
    SOUVENIR BY DRDLA. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3911.

  ALBERT SPAULDING, CONCERT VIOLINIST, PLAYING NOCTURNE NO. 12 IN G
    MAJOR BY CHOPIN, HARK, HARK, THE LARK BY FRANZ SCHUBERT. 1927. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3929.

  ALBERT SPAULDING PLAYING ALABAMA BY SPAULDING AND VALSE IN G FLAT BY
    CHOPIN. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 12Jun29; MP300.

  ALBERT SPALDING PLAYING AVE MARIA BY SCHUBERT, WALTZ IN A BY BRAHMS.
    1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Sep29; MP604.

  ALBERT SPALDING PLAYING LEIBESLEID, CAVATINA, BY RAFF. 1929. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Sep29; MP605.

  ALBERT SPALDING PLAYING MINUET IN D BY MOZART, LIEBESFREUD BY
    KREISLER. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Jul29; MP436.

  ALBERT SPALDING PLAYING SCHUMANN'S TRAUMEREI AND SARASATE'S ROMANZA
    ANDALUZA. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Nov29; MP796.

  ALCATRAZ ISLAND. Cosmopolitan. First National. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William McGann; original screenplay, Crane
    Wilbur.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Sep37; LP7515.

  THE ALCHEMIST'S HOURGLASS. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Leo Lipp; score composed and conducted by S. B.
    Grimson.

    © The Norton Co.; 14Feb36; LP6209.

  ALEC LLOYD, COWPUNCHER. SEE Cupid, the Cowpuncher.

  ALEX MORRISON, ASSISTED BY WALTER WEEMS IN A LESSON IN GOLF. 1927. 1
    reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 8Dec27; MP4525.

  ALEX THE GREAT. 1928. 7 reels. From the novel by H. C. Witwer.

    Credits: Adaptation, Dudley Murphy.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 19Mar28; LP25073.

  ALEXANDER HAMILTON. (Chronicles of America) Presented by Yale
    University Press. © 1924. Adapted from "Washington and His
    Colleagues" by Henry Jones Ford.

    Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb; adaptation, Allen Johnson.

    © The Chronicles of America Picture Corp. (Allen Johnson, author);
    title, descr. & 59 prints, 31Jul24; LU20434.

  ALEXANDER HAMILTON. 1931. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: George Arliss, Mary Hamlin; director, John Adolfi;
    adaptation, Julian Josephson, Maude Howell.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Sep31; LP2459.

  ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 9May31; MP2517.

  ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND. 1938. 9,569 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; screenplay, Kathryn Scola, Lamar
    Trotti; adaptation, Richard Sherman; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Aug38; LP8322.

  ALEXANDRA. SEE Princess Charming.

  ALEXANDRIA. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel-Picture) 1921. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 10Apr21;
    MP1929.

  ALEXIA'S STRATEGY. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Frank Dormedont.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 15Nov13; LP1599.

  ALFALFA LOVE. Century. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Fred Fishback.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Jul21; LP16793.

  ALFALFA'S AUNT. (Our Gang Comedy) Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    1938. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, George Sidney; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert
    McGowan.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 31Dec38; LP8629.

  AL FALFA'S SCIENTIFIC DAIRY. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Bray Studios, Inc.; 14Apr16; MP586.

  ALFRED UNIVERSITY CELEBRATES ITS CENTENNIAL. © 1937.

    © International Business Machines Corp. (Edmund Francis Hackett,
    author); title, descr. & 3 prints, 17Apr37; MU7348.

  ALF'S BUTTON. First National. 1921. 6 reels. From the novel by W. A.
    Darlington.

    Credits: Producer, Cecil M. Hepworth; adaptation, Blanche Macintosh.

    ** © Associated First National Pictures, Inc.; 6Dec21; LP17295.

  ALGEBRA—PRE-VIEW. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Charles D. Offhouse; 10May33; MP4041.

  ALGERIA OLD AND NEW. Powers. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Aug17; MP1003.

  ALGIERS. Released through United Artists. 1938. 10 reels, sd. From the
    novel by Detective Ashelbe [pseud. of Henri La Barthe].

    Credits: Director, John Cromwell; screenplay, John Howard Lawson;
    additional dialogue, James M. Cain; film editors, Otho Lovering,
    William Reynolds; music, Vincent Scotto, Mohammed Igorbouchen.

    © Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.; 8Aug38; LP8193.

  ALGIE'S SISTER. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Gilmore Walker.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin, author); 20Jun14; LP2893.

  ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Directors, C. M. Franklin, S. A. Franklin; scenario,
    Bernard McConville.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 24Nov18; LP13089.

  ALI BABA GOES TO TOWN. 1937. 7,402 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, David Butler; story, Gene Towne, Graham Baker,
    Gene Fowler; screenplay, Harry Tugend, Jack Yellen; music director,
    Louis Silvers.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29Oct37; LP7779.

  ALI BE DARNED. © 1934.

    © Shell Oil Co. (S. Stanislaus, author); title, descr. & 2 prints,
    22Oct34; MU5070.

  ALI GAZAM. Bluebird. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Richard Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 3Mar27; LP23735.

  ALIAS ALADDIN. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 4Oct20; LU15612.

  ALIAS BULLDOG DRUMMOND. 1935. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Forde; original screenplay, J. O. C.
    Orton, Sidney Gilliat, Gerard Fairlie; collaboration, Sapper [pseud.
    of Herman Cyril McNeile]; basic idea and dialogue, Jack Hulbert;
    editor, Otto Ludwig; music director, Louis Levy.

    © Gaumont British Picture Corp. of America (Gaumont British Picture
    Corp., Ltd., author); 15Jul35; LP5776.

  ALIAS FRENCH GERTIE. Radio. 1930. 7 reels, sd. From the stage play
    "The Chatterbox" by Bayard Veiller.

    Credits: Associate producer, Henry Hobart; director, George
    Archainbaud; screenplay, Wallace Smith.

    © RKO Productions, Inc.; 20Apr30; LP1273.

  ALIAS JANE JONES. Laemmle. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: William Mong; producer, Cleo Madison.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31May16; LP8388.

  ALIAS JIMMIE BARTON. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 21Mar16; LP7879.

  ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE. © 1915. From the play by Paul Armstrong.

    © World Film Corp. (Paul Armstrong, author); title & 191 prints,
    23Feb15; descr., 3Mar15; LU4642.

  ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE. 1920. 6 reels. From the play by Paul Armstrong.

    Credits: Director general, Maxwell Karger; adaptation and scenario,
    Finis Fox.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 14Apr20; LP15012.

  ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE. 1929. 10 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by Paul
    Armstrong.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jack Conway; adaptation, A. P.
    Younger; continuity, Sarah Y. Mason; film editor, Sam S. Zimbalist.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 21Jan29; LP36.

  ALIAS JULIUS CAESAR. Presented by Arthur S. Kane. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Richard Andrés; director, Charles Ray.

    © Charles E. Ray, Jr.; 31Aug22; LP18189.

  ALIAS LADYFINGERS. 1921. 5 reels. Based on a story by Jackson Gregory.

    Credits: Producer and director, Bayard Veiller; scenario, Lenore J.
    Coffee.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 7Dec21; LP17332.

  ALIAS MARY DOW. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Kurt Neumann; original story, Forrest Halsey,
    William Allen Johnston; screenplay, Gladys Unger, Rose Franken,
    Arthur Caesar; film editor, Phil Cohn.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27May35; LP5580.

  ALIAS MARY FLYNN. Released by F. B. O. 1925. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince; story, Frederick Kennedy Myton,
    Edward J. Montagne; scenario, Fred Myton.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 3May25; LP21457.

  ALIAS MIKE MORAN. 1919. 5 reels. From the story "Open Sesame" by
    Frederick Orin Bartlett.

    Credits: Director, James Cruze; scenario, Will M. Ritchey.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 1Feb19; LP13378.

  ALIAS MISS DODD. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry L. Franklin; story, Edgar Franklin [pseud.
    of Edgar Franklin Stearns]; scenario, Charles J. Wilson, Jr.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Jun20; LP15268.

  ALIAS MRS. JESSOP. 1917. 5 reels. Based on a story by Blair Hall.

    Credits: Supervision, Maxwell Karger; director, William S. Davis;
    adaptation, Albert Shelby Le Vino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 4Dec17; LP11773.

  ALIAS ST. NICK. (Happy Harmonies) 1935. 1 reel.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 10Dec35; MP6068.

  ALIAS THE BAD MAN. 1931. 66 min.

    Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story, Ford Beebe; continuity and
    dialogue, Earle Snell; editor, Martin G. Cohn.

    © Tiffany Productions of California, Inc., Ltd.; 3Aug31; LP2373.

  ALIAS THE BANDIT. 1930. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Nelson; story and continuity, Harry A.
    Crist.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 30Apr30; LP1267.

  ALIAS THE DEACON. Universal-Jewel. 1927. 7 reels. From the play by
    John B. Hymer and Leroy Clemens.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sloman; adaptation and continuity, Charles
    Kenyon.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2May27; LP23924.

  ALIAS THE DEACON. SEE Half a Sinner.

  ALIAS THE DOCTOR. First National and Vitaphone. 1932. 7 reels. Based
    on the play by Emric Foeldes.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; adaptation, Houston Branch;
    dialogue, Charles Kenyon.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 2Mar32; LP2897.

  ALIAS THE LONE WOLF. 1927. 7 reels. Based on the story by Louis Joseph
    Vance.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, E. H. Griffith; scenario,
    Dorothy Howell, Edward H. Griffith.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Sep27; LP24404.

  ALIAS THE NIGHT WIND. 1923. 5 reels, b&w, tinted sequences. Based on
    the story by Varick Vanardy [pseud. of Frederic Van Rensselear Dey].

    Credits: Director, Joseph Franz; scenario, Robert N. Lee.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 19Aug23; LP19335.

  ALIAS THE PROFESSOR. (A Warren Doane Comedy) 1933. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; story, James W. Horne, George
    Stevens.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Jan33; LP3661.

  THE ALIBI. Imp. 1915. 1 reel. Adapted from the story by Frank Condon.

    Credits: Producer, Clem Easton; scenario, Dwight Cleveland.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26May15; LP5394.

  THE ALIBI. 1916. 5 reels. From the story by George Allan England.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Scardon; picturized by George H. Plympton.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (George H. Plympton, author); 15Jul16;
    LP8706.

  ALIBI. 1929. Presented by Roland West. 10 reels. Based on the play
    "Nightstick" by John Wray, J. C. Nugent and Elaine Sterne
    Carrington.

    Credits: Produced and directed by Roland West; adaptation and
    dialogue, Ronald West, C. Gardner Sullivan.

    © Feature Productions, Inc. (Elaine Sterne Carrington, John Wray &
    J. C. Nugent, authors); 1May29; LP394.

  THE ALIBI. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp. (Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., author); 19Feb29;
    MP5834.

  L'ALIBI. © 1938.

    Credits: Scenario and dialogue, Marcel Achard.

    © Boukofzer & Nash Films (Marcel Achard, author); title, descr. & 60
    prints, 7Mar38; LU7887.

  THE ALIBI. SEE Broken Ties.

  ALIBI BYE BYE. Presented by Radio Pictures. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Ben Holmes; story, Johnny
    Grey, Joseph A. Fields; additional dialogue, Bobby Clark; film
    editor, Edward Mann.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 4May35; LP5526.

  ALIBI FOR MURDER. 1936. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; original screenplay, Tom Van
    Dycke; film editor, William A. Lyon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 21Sep36; LP6604.

  ALIBI IKE. Warner Bros. Productions Corp. Presented by Warner Bros.
    Pictures, Inc. and the Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 8 reels, sd. From the
    story by Ring Lardner.

    Credits: Director, Ray Enright; screenplay, William Wister Haines.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Jun35; LP5591.

  ALIBI MARK. (Your True Adventures) 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; screenplay, Ira Genet.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Dec37; LP8015.

  ALIBI RACKET. (Crime Does Not Pay Series, no. 2) 1935. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; story, Marty Brooks; screenplay,
    Richard Goldstone.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 20Aug35; LP5747.

  ALIBI TIME. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

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

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec37; LP8032.

  ALICE ADAMS. © 1923.

    © King Vidor (Rowland V. Lee, author); title, descr. & 124 prints,
    22Mar23; LU18796.

  ALICE ADAMS. 1935. 11 reels, sd. Based on the novel by Booth
    Tarkington.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, George Stevens;
    screenplay, Dorothy Yost, Mortimer Offner, Jane Murfin; music
    director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Aug35; LP5743.

  ALICE AT THE CARNIVAL. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 7Feb27;
    LP23901.

  ALICE BE GOOD. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 28Apr26; LU22655.

  ALICE BLUES. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Joe Rock.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 7Feb26; LP22518.

  ALICE CHARMS THE FISH. Presented by Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1926. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 28Jun26; LP22845.

  ALICE CUTS THE ICE. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 1Nov26;
    LP23308.

  ALICE FOILS THE PIRATES. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 24Jan27;
    LP23877.

  ALICE HELPS THE ROMANCE. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1926. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 15Nov26;
    LP23512.

  ALICE IN HUNGERLAND. © 1922. 3 reels.

    © Near East Relief (Emerson D. Owen, author); title, descr. & 10
    prints, 4Jan22; MU2090.

  ALICE IN MOVIELAND. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Lewyn.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 23Jun28; LP25400.

  ALICE IN SLUMBERLAND. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Walt Disney, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 29Sep26; MU3592.

  ALICE IN SOCIETY. 1916. 3 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 26Oct16; LP9402.

  ALICE IN THE ALPS. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 21Mar27;
    LP24213.

  ALICE IN THE BIG LEAGUE. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 22Aug27;
    LP24553.

  ALICE IN THE KLONDIKE. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 27Jun27;
    LP24239.

  ALICE IN THE WOOLY WEST. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 4Oct26; LP23197.

  ALICE IN UNDERLAND. SEE Smiling All the Way.

  ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 1933. 8 reels, sd. From the story by Lewis
    Carroll [pseud. of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson].

    Credits: Producer, Louis D. Lighton; director, Norman McLeod;
    screenplay, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, William Cameron Menzies.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 22Dec33; LP4386.

  ALICE OF THE LAKE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Burton L. King.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Marc Edmund Jones, author); 13Mar15; LP4712.

  ALICE SOLVES THE PUZZLE. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © M. J. Winkler; 12Jul25; MP3202.

  ALICE THE BEACH NUT. Winkler Pictures Corp. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 8Aug27;
    LP24590.

  ALICE THE COLLEGIATE. Winkler Pictures Corp. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 7Mar27;
    LP23881.

  ALICE THE FIRE FIGHTER. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc.; author); 18Oct26;
    LP23310.

  ALICE THE GOLF BUG. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 10Jan27;
    LP23592.

  ALICE THE LUMBER JACK. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1926. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 27Dec26;
    LP23616.

  ALICE THE WHALER. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 25Jul27;
    LP24383.

  ALICE WINS THE DERBY. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © M. J. Winkler; 5May25; MP3203.

  ALICE'S AUTO RACE. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 4Apr27;
    LP24363.

  ALICE'S BROWN DERBY. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 13Dec26;
    LP23655.

  ALICE'S CHANNEL SWIM. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 13Jun27;
    LP24394.

  ALICE'S CIRCUS DAZE. Winkler Pictures Corp. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 18Apr27;
    LP24214.

  ALICE'S KNAUGHTY KNIGHT. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 2May27;
    LP24419.

  ALICE'S MEDICINE SHOW. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 11Jul27;
    LP24395.

  ALICE'S MONKEY BUSINESS. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 18Sep26; LP23198.

  ALICE'S PICNIC. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 30May27;
    LP24580.

  ALICE'S RODEO. Winkler Pictures Corp. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 21Feb27;
    LP23873.

  ALICE'S SPANISH GUITAR. Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1926. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 29Nov26;
    LP23614.

  ALICE'S THREE BAD EGGS. Winkler Pictures Corp. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walter Disney.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 16May27;
    LP24555.

  ALICIA OF THE ORPHANS. SEE The Ragged Princess.

  AN ALIEN. © 1915. Adapted from "The Sign of the Rose" by George Beban
    and C. T. Dazey.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas H. Ince.

    © New York Motion Picture Corp. (George Beban, author); title,
    descr. & 921 prints, 2Aug15; LU5992.

  ALIEN ANTICS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1927.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 13Oct27; MU4370.

  ALIEN SOULS. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Margaret Turnbull; story, Hector Turnbull.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.; 3May16; LP8206.

  THE ALIMENTARY TRACT. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (A. J. Carlson, author); 2Dec38;
    MP8974.

  ALIMONY. 1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; story, A. T. Locke; scenario, E.
    Magnus Ingleton; adaptation, Wyndham Gittens, E. M. Ingleton.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 3Feb24; LP20262.

  ALIMONY ACHES. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; story and screenplay, Ewart
    Adamson; film editor, Charles Hochberg.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jun35; LP5640.

  ALIMONY MADNESS. Presented by Golden Arrow, Ltd. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Fanchon Royer; director, Breezy Eason; screenplay
    and dialogue, John Thomas Neville; editor, Jeanne Spencer.

    © Mayfair Pictures Corp.; 2Apr33; LP3786.

  ALL ABOARD. © 1917.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 25
    prints, 20Oct17; LU11599.

  ALL ABOARD. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Hines; story, Matt Taylor.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 22Mar27; LP23767.

  ALL ABOARD. Mentone. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19Nov37; LP7588.

  ALL ABOARD FOR BRINDISI. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Picture)
    1921. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 27Jan21;
    MP1870.

  ALL ABOARD FOR THE MOON. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Bray Screen Products, Inc.; 1Jun24; MP2664.

  ALL ABOUT THE AINU, THE PRIMITIVE FOLK OF JAPAN. © 1917.

    © Neil Gordon Munro; title, descr. & 15 prints, 11Feb17; MU845.

  ALL ABROAD. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Ray; story, Mabel Herbert Urner; scenario,
    Catherine Carr.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 27Sep25; LP21875.

  ALL ALIKE. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Earl T. Montgomery; story, E. V. Durling, St.
    Elmo Boyce, W. H. Woodmansee, Pinto Colvig.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 12Mar28; LP25056.

  ALL AMERICA BLONDES. 1939. 1,505 ft.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; original screenplay, Elwood Ullman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Oct39; LP9191.

  THE ALL AMERICAN. 1932. 9 reels.

    Credits: Director, Russell Mack; story, Dale Van Every, Richard
    Schayer; screenplay, Frank W. Wead, Ferdinand Reyher.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Oct32; LP3290.

  ALL AMERICAN CHUMP. 1936. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producers, Lucien Hubbard, Michael Fessier; director,
    Edward L. Marin; original screenplay, Lawrence Kimble; film editor,
    Frank E. Hull; music score, William Axt.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 15Oct36; LP6659.

  ALL AMERICAN DRAWBACK. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Burnet Hershey, Jack Henley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Jan36; LP6089.

  ALL AMERICAN KICKBACK. (Educational Comedies) 1931. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and dialogue, John A. Waldron,
    Earle Rodney, Harry McCoy, Lew Foster.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 29Nov31; LP2896.

  THE ALL-AMERICAN NEWS. © 1920.

    © Robert P. Scripps (Bert Lennon, author); title, descr. & 4 prints,
    17May20; MU1599.

  ALL AMERICAN SWEETHEART. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story, Robert E. Kent;
    screenplay, Grace Neville, Fred Niblo, Jr., Michael L. Simmons; film
    editor, James Sweeney; music, Ben Oakland; music director, Morris
    Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 30Nov37; LP7621.

  AN ALL AMERICAN TOOTHACHE. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Thelma Todd & Patsy
    Kelly Comedy) 1936. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor, Jack Ogilvie.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 27Jan36; LP6092.

  THE ALL-AMERICAN WAY. © 1938.

    © General Motors Sales Corp., Chevrolet Motor Division (Jam Handy
    Picture Service, author); title & descr., 28Sep38; 20 prints,
    29Sep38; MU8784.

  ALL AMERICANS. 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: John Murray Anderson; director, Joseph Santley.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 22Jul29; LP546.

  AN ALL AROUND CURE. Joker. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: William W. Farmer; producer, Allen Curtis.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Jun16; LP8607.

  ALL AROUND FRYING PAN. Released by F. B. O. 1925. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, David Kirkland; story, Frank R. Pierce.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 23Nov25; LP22133.

  AN ALL AROUND MISTAKE. Imp. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, George Lessey.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Sep15; LP6436.

  ALL AROUND WITH THE CAMERAMAN. 1921. 1 reel.

    © Atlas Educational Film Co.; 15Feb21; MP1919.

  ALL ASTRIDE. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1926.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    18 prints, 23Jan26; MU3306.

  ALL AT SEA. © 1919. 1 reel.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 1Nov19; LU14356.

  ALL AT SEA. (Broadway Comedy) 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Morris R. Schlank.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 12Dec21; LP17353.

  ALL AT SEA. 1929. 6 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, Byron Morgan; continuity,
    Ann Price, Byron Morgan; film editor, Basil Wrangell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Mar29; LP184.

  ALL AT SEA. Mentone. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, E. H. Kleinert; story, Ballard McDonald.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15Sep33; LP4118.

  ALL BALLED UP. (Star Comedy) 1922. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Jun22; LP18024.

  ALL BALLED UP. (Puffy Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Harry Sweet, Clarence Hennecke; original story,
    Octavus Roy Cohen; continuity, Frances Hyland.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Oct27; LP24582.

  ALL BETS OFF. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ben Cohn; producers, Lyons, Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Jul16; LP8818.

  ALL BOUND ROUND. (Lyons-Moran Star Comedy) 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Direction, story and scenario, Lyons-Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Jul19; LP13932.

  ALL BULL AND A YARD WIDE. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 16Aug27; MU4221.

  ALL BUSINESS. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Jean Yarbrough; story,
    Leslie Goodwins, Jean Yarbrough; film editor, Edward Mann.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 3Feb36; LP6111.

  ALL COLORED VAUDEVILLE SHOW. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Sep35; LP5761.

  ALL COOKED UP. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Howard Lester; director, Charles Ranson.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18May15; LP5332.

  ALL DOLLED UP. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Rollin Sturgeon; story, John Colton; scenario, A.
    P. Yonger.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Feb21; LP16186.

  ALL DRESSED UP. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 23Jun20; LU15282.

  ALL EXCITED. (Sidney-Murray Comedy) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; story, James Mulhauser, Francis
    J. Martin.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 3Mar31; LP2021.

  ALL FOR A BRIDE. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 4Mar27; MU3811.

  ALL FOR A HUSBAND. 1917. 6 reels.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Carl Harbaugh; story, George
    Scarborough.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 18Nov17; LP11724.

  ALL FOR A TOOTH. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ruth M. Woodward; director, C. Jay Williams.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Jul14; LP3075.

  ALL FOR A WOMAN. First National. Presented by Andrew J. Callaghan.
    1921. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Dimitri Buchowetzki; adaptation, Johnstone Craig.

    ** © Associated First National Pictures, Inc.; 8Dec21; LP17466.

  ALL FOR BUSINESS. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 26Oct14; LP3610.

  ALL FOR GERALDINE. (Let George Do It Series) (Stern Brothers Comedy)
    1928. 2 reels. From cartoons by George McManus.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Jun28; LP25368.

  ALL FOR GOLD. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story, T. Shelley Sutton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Sep18; LP12909.

  ALL FOR HIS SAKE. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Anne Merwin and Bannister Merwin.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 30Jan14; LP2080.

  ALL FOR MABEL. (Campus Comedies) Presented by E. B. Derr. 1930. 2
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, John C. Flinn; director, Harry Delmar; story,
    Bobby Carney; adaptation, Charles Diltz; film editor, Fred Allen;
    music director, Josiah Zuro.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 12Oct30; LP1669.

  ALL FOR NOTHING. Presented by Hal Roach. 1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervision, Leo McCarey; director, James Parrott; titles,
    Reed Heustis; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 21Jan28; LP25336.

  ALL FOR OLD IRELAND. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Sidney Olcott.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Sidney Olcott, author); 6Jul15; LP5772.

  ALL FOR ONE. (A Young Romance Comedy) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1935. 1,665 ft., sd.

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

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 21Jun35; LP5644.

  ALL FOR PEGGY. Rex. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ida May Park; producer, Joseph De Grasse.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Mar15; LP4653.

  ALL FOR SCIENCE. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Albert Glassmire, author); title, descr. & 108
    prints, 26Nov13; LU1665.

  ALL FOR THE BAND. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton; story, Rube Welch.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Apr31; LP2127.

  ALL FOR THE BOY. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 26Dec14; LP4046.

  ALL FOR THE DOUGH BAG. Rainbow. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by J. A. Howe.

    © Century Comedies; 9Jan20; LP14625.

  ALL FOR THE LOVE OF A GIRL. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (L. Case Russell, author); 28Oct15;
    LP6933.

  ALL FOR THE LOVE OF A GIRL and LAMPOONS. (Goldwyn-Bray Comic) 1920. 1
    reel.

    © Bray Studios, Inc.; 18Jun20; MP1642.

  ALL FOR UNCLE. (Mike and Ike Series) (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1927. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 3May27; LP23926.

  ALL FUR HER. © 1918. 2 reels.

    © William Steiner (William Seiter, author); title, descr. & 37
    prints, 8Mar18; LU12153.

  THE ALL GIRL REVUE. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Jun29; MP382.

  A LL GUMMED UP. (Whoopee Comedies) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Story and direction, Harry Sweet; film editor, Walter
    Thompson; musical direction, Francis Groman.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 24May31; LP2258.

  ALL HAIL TO THE KING. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (William E. Wing, author); title, descr. & 220
    prints, 27Mar13; LU518.

  ALL HALLOW'S EVE. © 1915.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 107 prints, 21Oct15;
    LU6729.

  ALL IN A DAY. 1917. 15 min.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 10Feb17; LP10171.

  ALL IN A DAY. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 23Jun20; LU15280.

  ALL IN A DAY. © 1938.

    © Consumers Power Co. (Donald M. Mackie, author); title, descr. & 55
    prints, 3Jan38; MU8036.

  ALL IN FUN. (Cameo Comedy) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Francis J. Martin.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 24Oct28; LP25758.

  ALL IN ONE. The Jam Handy Picture Service. © 1938. B&w, 35 mm.

    © General Motors Sales Corp., Chevrolet Motor Division; title,
    descr. & 121 prints, 20Aug38; MU8646.

  ALL IN THE SAME BOAT. Nestor. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Scenario and production, Al. E. Christie.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Apr15; LP4935.

  ALL IN THE SERVICE. © 1918.

    Credits: R. L. Herrick.

    © Visual Education, Inc.; title, descr. & 166 prints, 4Mar18;
    LU12125.

  ALL IN THE SWIM. (Lyons-Moran Star Comedy) 1919. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28May19; LP13771.

  ALL IS FAIR. (Eddie Lyons Comedy) 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Eddie Lyons, Eugene DeRue; scenario, Vincent
    Bryan.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 5Jun22; LP17938.

  ALL IS LOST. (Mirthquake Comedy) 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Eugene DeRue.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 13Nov23; LP19604.

  ALL IS NOT GOLD THAT GLITTERS. (Krazy Kat) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 15 prints,
    25Aug17; LU11289.

  ALL JAZZED UP. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bill Watson.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 21May19; LP13740.

  ALL LIT UP. Rolin. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 31Jan20; LU14716.

  ALL LOVE EXCELLING. © 1914.

    © Eclectic Film Co. (Owen Meredith, author); title & descr.,
    24Oct14; 72 prints, 19Oct14; LU3591.

  ALL MAN. Peerless. © 1916.

    Credits: Director, Emile Chautard; story, Willard Mack.

    © World Film Corp. (Willard Mack, author); title, descr. & 257
    prints, 18Nov16; LU9542.

  ALL MAN. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Donn Byrne; director, Paul Scardon; picturization, Garfield
    Thompson.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Jul18; LP12696.

  ALL MEN ARE ENEMIES. 1934. 7,193 ft., sd. From the novel by Richard
    Aldington.

    Credits: Director, George Fitzmaurice; screenplay and dialogue,
    Samuel Hoffenstein, Lenore Coffee; music director, Louis de
    Francesco; editor, Harold Schuster.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 2Apr34; LP4636.

  ALL MIXED UP. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Harry Jackson, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 6Apr14; LU2456.

  ALL NIGHT. 1918. 5 reels. Adapted from the story "One Bright Idea" by
    Edgar Franklin [pseud. of Edgar Franklin Stearns].

    Credits: Director, Paul Powell; scenario, Fred Myton.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 9Nov18; LP13029.

  ALL NIGHT LONG. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 29Oct24; LU20713.

  ALL NIGHT LONG. SEE The Outside Woman.

  ALL-OF-A-SUDDEN PEGGY. 1919. 5 reels. From the play by Ernest Denny.

    Credits: Director, Walter Edwards; scenario, Edith Kennedy.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 5Nov19; LP14414.

  ALL OF ME. 1934. 8 reels, sd. Based on the play "Chrysalis" by Rose
    Albert Porter.

    Credits: Producer, Louis D. Lighton; director, James Flood;
    screenplay, Sidney Buchman, Thomas Mitchell; music, Ralph Rainger.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 17Jan34; LP4423.

  ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A JUG. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (E. Hungerford, author); title & descr.,
    14Aug14; 52 prints, 15Aug14; LU3195.

  ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A PHOTO. Victor. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Aug15; LP6032.

  ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A PORTRAIT. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Mark Swan.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Jun13; LP857.

  ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A TRANSFER. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Henry W. Otto.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 14Feb13; LP387.

  ALL ON ACCOUNT OF AN EGG. © 1913. From a story by O. Henry [pseud. of
    William Sydney Porter].

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 12 prints, 3Feb13; LU343.

  ALL ON ACCOUNT OF THE CHEESE. 1914. Split reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 16Nov14; LP3768.

  ALL ON ACCOUNT OF TOWSER. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (William McLeod Raine, author);
    10Jun15; LP5631.

  ALL ON DECK. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 29Mar34; MP4664.

  ALL OUT. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George "Slim" Summerville.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 21Dec25; LP22271.

  ALL OVER A STOCKING. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Arthur (Sheriff) Mackley; producer, Al. E. Christie.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22May16; LP8337.

  ALL OVER TOWN. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leonard Fields; director, James Horne;
    original story, Richard English; screenplay, Jack Townley, Jerome
    Chodorov; film editors, Murray Seldeen, Howard O'Neill; music
    director, Alberto Colombo.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Sep37; LP7394.

  ALL OVER TWIST. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 3Apr23; LP18850.

  ALL PARTS. Presented by Hal Yates. 1928. 2 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Supervision, Leo McCarey; director, Hal Yates; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 27Oct28; LP25760.

  ALL PARTS. 1929. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Hal Yates; story and supervision, Leo McCarey;
    editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 22Jan29; LP132.

  ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT. 1930. 14 reels. Based on the book by
    Erich Maria Remarque.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Milestone; adaptation and dialogue, Maxwell
    Anderson.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17May30; LP1323.

  ALL SCARLET. SEE Racing Lady.

  ALL SEALED UP. 1932. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Albert Ray; story, Andrew Bennison.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 18Mar32; LP2929.

  ALL SEALED UP. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Jack Henley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Sep34; LP4944.

  ALL SET. (Cameo Comedy) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Harry Sweet.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 23Jan28; LP24906.

  ALL SIGNS POINT TO SALES. 1937. 1 reel.

    © The Coca-Cola Co. (Jam Handy Picture Service, author); 8Dec37;
    MP8085.

  ALL SOULS EVE. 1921. 6 reels. From the play by Anne Crawford Flexner.

    Credits: Director, Chester Franklin; scenario, Elmer Harris.

    © Realart Pictures Corp.; 10Jan21; LP16013.

  ALL SQUARE. 1930. 2 reels.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jan30; MP1069.

  THE ALL STAR CAST. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 20Feb24; MU2448.

  ALL STAR VAUDEVILLE. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20May35; LP5546.

  ALL STEAMED UP. Presented by William Fox. 1929. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Norman Taurog; story, Andrew Bennison; scenario,
    Andrew Bennison, Clark and McCullough.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 20Jun29; LP482.

  ALL STUCK UP. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 1Oct15; LP6533.

  ALL STUCK UP. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Arranged and directed by Arthur D. Hotaling.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 25Feb18; LP12123.

  ALL STUCK UP. (A Checker Comedy) 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, George Lemaire; story, George W.
    Barry, John Cantwell; adaptation, Daniel Kusell; film editor, Edward
    Pfitzenmeier.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 18Jan30; LP1027.

  ALL TEED UP. (Hal Roach Comedy) 1930. 1,891 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edgar Kennedy; story, Leo McCarey.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 7Apr30; LP1207.

  ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT. 1923. 7 reels. From the story by Ben
    Ames Williams.

    Credits: Producer, Irvin V. Willat; scenario and adaptation, Julien
    Josephson.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 10Jan23; LP18742.

  ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT. SEE Across to Singapore.

  ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 19May30;
    MP1611.

  ALL THE KING'S HORSES. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 10 reels, sd.
    Based on a play by Laurence Clark and Max Giersberg and a play by
    Frederick Herendeen and Edward Horan.

    Credits: Producer, William LeBaron; director, Frank Tuttle;
    screenplay, Frank Tuttle, Frederick Stephani; music and lyrics, Sam
    Coslow.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 27Feb35; LP5357.

  ALL THE KING'S MEN. SEE Second Wife.

  ALL THE WORLD TO NOTHING. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; story, Wyndham Martyn; scenario,
    Stephen Fox.

    © American Film Co., Inc.; 11Oct18; LP12968.

  ALL THE WORLD WONDERED. SEE The Last Mile.

  ALL TIED UP. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George "Slim" Summerville.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 29Nov25; LP22088.

  ALL TOGETHER. 1937. Filmstrip, 75 frames, sd.

    © MacVeagh & Co., Inc. (Mary Donegan, author); 1Jul37; MP7604.

  ALL UNDER ONE FLAG. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight). © 1925.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 4May25; MU3020.

  ALL WASHED UP. (Karnival Komedies, no. 2) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmoor; director, Albert Herman; story, E.
    V. Durling, E. T. Montgomery, Joseph Basil.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 23Jan28; LP24985.

  ALL WET. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Al St. John.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 3Sep22; LP19115.

  ALL WET. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 11Dec24; LU20886.

  ALL WET. (An Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Cartoon) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 10Sep27; MP4315.

  ALL WET. 1930. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Sam Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Mar30; LP1131.

  ALL WOMAN. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: E. Lloyd Sheldon; director, Hobart Henley.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 24May18; LP12448.

  ALL WOMEN ARE BAD. SEE Don't Bet on Women.

  ALL WOMEN HAVE SECRETS. 1939. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Kurt Neumann; story. Dale Eunson; screenplay,
    Agnes Christine Johnston; film editor, Arthur Schmidt.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec39; LP9295.

  ALL WOOL. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 8Oct25; LU21884.

  ALL WRONG. Anderson-Brunton Co. © 1919.

    Credits: Directors, William Worthington, Raymond West; story,
    Mildred Considine; scenario, Jack Cunningham.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mildred Considine, author); title, descr. &
    111 prints, 24May19; LU13753.

  ALL WRONG. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. Blystone.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 23Jan21; LP16113.

  ALL WRONG. (Mirthquake Comedy, no. 4) 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Eugene De Rue; scenario, Ralph Ceder.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 5Jun22; LP17939.

  ALLADIN FROM MANHATTAN. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Alf Goulding; story, Ewart
    Adamson; film editor, Edward Mann.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Feb36; LP6141.

  ALLADIN, JUNIOR. 1922. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Dec22; LP18506.

  ALLAH IL ALLAH. (U.F.A. Oddity) 1929. 1 reel.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Mar29; MP57.

  ALLEGHENY UPRISING. 1939. 81 min., sd. Based on the story "The First
    Rebel" by Neil H. Swanson.

    Credits: Pandro S. Berman in charge of production; production and
    screenplay, P. J. Wolfson; director, William A. Seiter; editor,
    George Crone; music, Anthony Collins.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 10Nov39; LP9293.

  AN ALLEY ROMANCE. SEE Dud Visits the Zoo.

  ALLEZ-OOP. (A Sports Champion Picture) 1933. 911 ft.

    Credits: Director, Jack Cummings; explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 10Apr33; MP3937.

  ALLEZ OOP. (An Educational Star Comedy) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; story, Ernest Pagano, Ewart
    Adamson.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 31May34; LP4728.

  ALLIES. SEE Love In a Hurry.

  ALL'S FAIR. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert Hall; story, Arthur Jarrett, Marcy
    Klauber.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 25Feb38; LP7866.

  ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE. Goldwyn Studios. 1921. 5 reels. Adapted from the
    stage play "The Bridal Path" by Thompson Buchanan.

    Credits: Directed and supervised by E. Mason Hopper; scenario,
    Arthur F. Statter.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 27Jul21; LP16788.

  ALL'S WET THAT ENDS WET. (World of Sports) Bray Pictures Corp. 1933. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Sep33; MP4264.

  ALLURING BALI. 1936. 400 ft., si., 16 mm.

    © Burton Holmes Films, Inc.; 15Feb36; MP6472.

  ALLURING BALI. 1936. 400 ft., sd., 16 mm.

    Credits: Narrator, Harlow Wilcox.

    © Burton Holmes Films, Inc.; 15Feb36; MP6473.

  THE ALMA MARTYR. 1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Apr33; MP3997.

  THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. Paragon Films, Inc. Presented by William A. Brady
    in association with World Pictures. © 1916. 72 min.

    Credits: Director, Robert Thornby; original story, and scenario,
    Eugenie Magnus Ingleton.

    © World Film Corp. (Eugenie Magnus Ingleton, author); title &
    descr., 5Sep16; 242 prints, 2Sep16; LU9046.

  AN ALMOND-EYED MAID. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Dora M. Lynn.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 15May13; LP755.

  ALMOST A GENTLEMAN. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Herman; story, E. V. Durling, Charles
    Diltz, Roy McCarey; editor. Earl Neville.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 12Jun28; LP25356.

  ALMOST A GENTLEMAN. 1939. 65 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Cliff Reid; director, Leslie Goodwins; story,
    Harold Shumate; screenplay, David Silverstein, Jo Pagano; editor,
    Desmond Marquette; music director, Frank Tours.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Mar39; LP8767.

  ALMOST A HERO. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. R. Cox, author); 10Apr15; LP5006.

  ALMOST A HUSBAND. 1919. 5 reels. Founded on the story "Old Ebenezer"
    by Opie Read.

    Credits: Director, Clarence G. Badger.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 30Aug19; LP14139.

  ALMOST A HUSBAND. Century. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Lamont.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 26Dec24; LP20962.

  ALMOST A KING. Nestor. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Al. E. Christie.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Apr15; LP5121.

  ALMOST A KNOCKOUT. Nestor. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Al. E. Christie; scenario, E. M. Campbell.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 15Oct15; LP6670.

  ALMOST A LADY. Released by Producers Distributing Corp. 1926. 6 reels.
    From the story "Skin Deep" by Frank R. Adams.

    Credits: Director, E. Mason Hopper; screenplay and editorial
    supervision, F. McGrew Willis; adaptation, Anthony Coldewey.

    © Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of Calif.; 3Aug26; LP22994.

  ALMOST A PAPA. Imp. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Raymond L. Schrock; producer, Harry McRae Webster.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Dec15; LP7159.

  ALMOST A RANCHER. (Star Comedy) 1921. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Craig Hutchinson; story and scenario, W. Scott
    Darling.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 27Dec21; LP17431.

  ALMOST A WIDOW. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Horace Davey; story, Robert McGowan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Jun16; LP8455.

  ALMOST A WILD MAN. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (William Beaudine, author); title, descr. & 46
    prints, 13Jun13; LU831.

  ALMOST AN OUTRAGE. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 44 prints, 16May14; LU2701.

  THE ALMOST GOOD MAN. Gold Seal. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Fred A. Kelsey; story, Shelley Sutton; scenario,
    Charles J. Wilson, Jr.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22May17; LP10813.

  THE ALMOST GOOD MAN. 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Dec23; LP19784.

  ALMOST GUILTY. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Chaudet; story, Walter H. Newman.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Sep16; LP9209.

  ALMOST HUMAN. De Mille Pictures Corp. Presented by William C. De
    Mille. 1927. 6 reels. Suggested by "The Bar Sinister" by Richard
    Harding Davis.

    Credits: Director, Frank Urson; screenplay, Clara Beranger; film
    editor, Adelaide Cannon.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 3Nov27; LP24616.

  ALMOST MARRIED. © 1919.

    Credits: Written and directed by Twede-Dan [pseud. of F. Perez].

    © William Steiner (Twede-Dan [pseud.] author); title, descr. & 123
    prints, 1Oct19; LU14239.

  ALMOST MARRIED. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Maxwell Karger; director, Charles Swickard;
    story, E. V. Durling; scenario, Luther A. Reed, June Mathis.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 10Jun19; LP13838.

  ALMOST MARRIED. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Eddie Lyons.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 4Sep23; LP19374.

  ALMOST MARRIED. 1932. 4,700 ft. Based on the novel "The Devil's
    Triangle" by Andrew Soutar.

    Credits: Directors, William C. Menzies, Marcel Varnel; screenplay,
    Wallace Smith, Guy Bolton; editor, Harold Schuster.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 22Apr32; LP3119.

  ALMOST TOO LATE. Messter Film, Berlin. © 1914.

    © Commercial Biophone Co., Inc. (Antor Film, author); title, descr.
    & 33 prints, 22Dec14; LU4001.

  ALMOST WELCOME. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story and direction, Eddie Lyons, Lee Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Jul18; LP12633.

  ALOHA. Rogell Productions, Ltd. Released by Tiffany Productions, Inc.
    1931. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Production manager, Rudolph Flothow; director, Albert
    Rogell; story, Thomas H. Ince, J. G. Hawks; adaptation and
    continuity, Adele Buffington; dialogue, Leslie Mason, W. Totman;
    film editor, Richard Cahoon.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 4Feb31; LP1962.

  ALOHA OE. © 1915.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (J. G. Hawks, author); title, descr. & 483
    prints, 18Nov15; LU6989.

  ALOHA OE. 1915. 5 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (J. G. Hawks & Thos. H. Ince, authors);
    12Dec15; LP10895.

  ALOHA OE. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 16Mar33; MP3876.

  ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and
    Jesse L. Lasky. 1926. 8,514 ft. From the play by John B. Hymer and
    Leroy Clemens.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Tourneur; screenplay, James A. Creelman.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 3Aug26; LP23004.

  ALONE AT LAST. © 1914.

    © Nordisk Film Co.; title, descr. & 49 prints, 7Nov14; LU3698.

  ALONE AT LAST. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Dec24; LP20893.

  ALONE IN LONDON. © 1915.

    © Ideal Film Service, Inc. (Robert Buchanan & Harriet Jay, authors);
    title, descr. & 89 prints, 26Aug15; LU6198.

  ALONE IN THE JUNGLE, pts. 1 & 2. © 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Colin Campbell.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Big Otto Breitkreutz, author); pt. 1, title,
    descr. & 33 prints, 28Jun13; LU891; pt. 2, title, descr. & 48
    prints, 28Jun13; LU892.

  ALONE IN THE WORLD. Special Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Louis Weber, Phillips Smalley.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Dec16; LP9816.

  ALONE WITH YOU. SEE Cheer Up and Smile.

  ALONG CAME A CITY CHAP. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 51 prints, 25Apr14; LU2578.

  ALONG CAME A DUCK. (Burt Gillett's Toddle Tales) Presented by RKO
    Radio. 1934. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Burt Gillett, Steve Muffati.

    © Van Beuren Corp.; 10Aug34; MP5100.

  ALONG CAME AUNTIE. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 26Jul26; LU22966.

  ALONG CAME FIDO. (A Hot Dog Cartoon) Bray Studios. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Walt Lantz, Clyde Geronimi.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 31Jan27; MP3760.

  ALONG CAME LOVE. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Richard A. Rowland; director, Bert Lytell;
    original screenplay, Austin Strong; continuity and additional
    dialogue, Arthur Caesar; music director, Borros Morros.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 6Nov36; LP6711.

  ALONG CAME RUTH. 1924. 5 reels. From the Henry W. Savage play adapted
    by Holman Day from the French "La Demoiselle de Magasin" by Fonson
    and Wicheler.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cline; story, F. Fonson, F. Wicheler;
    scenario, Holman Day; screen adaptation, Winifred Dunn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Distributing Corp.; 12Aug24; LP20501.

  ALONG CAME RUTH. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; story, Burnet Hershey, A. Dorian
    Otvos.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr33; LP3777.

  ALONG CAME YOUTH. 1930. 6,623 ft., sd. Suggested by the novel
    "Molinoff" by Maurice Bedel.

    Credits: Directors, Lloyd Corrigan, Norman McLeod; story, George
    Marion, Jr.; scenario, Marion Dix.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 19Dec30; LP1833.

  ALONG FLIRTATION WALK. (Merrie Melodies, no. 6) Vitaphone. 1935. 7
    min., sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Isadore Freleng;
    animation, Bob McKimson, Paul Smith; music, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Jun35; MP5618.

  ALONG MAIN STREET. 1936. 1 reel.

    © The Coca-Cola Co. (employees of Jam Handy Picture Service,
    author); 29Mar36; MP7872.

  ALONG THE BORDER. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Tom Mix, author); 18Mar16; LP7907.

  ALONG THE FRENCH RIVIERA. Released by Compagnie Générale
    Transatlantique. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Script collaborator, Paul P. Devlin.

    © André de LaVarre; 29Dec37; MP8021.

  ALONG THE LIFE-LINE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE—SUEZ, MALTA, GIBRALTAR.
    Released by Harold Auten. 1936. 1 reel.

    © André de LaVarre; 15May36; MP6529.

  ALONG THE MEDITERRANEAN. SEE E. M. Newman's Along the Mediterranean.

  ALONG THE MOONBEAM TRAIL. © 1920.

    © Herbert M. Dawley; title & descr., 8Oct20; 55 prints, 9Oct20;
    LU15638.

  ALONG THE NILE. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 28May13; MP58.

  ALONG THE RIO GRANDE. (Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Picture) 1922. 1
    reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 8Jan22;
    MP2094.

  ALONG THE RIVIERA. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Picture) 1921. 1
    reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 3Apr21;
    MP1923.

  ALPINE ANTICS. Snappy. Winkler. 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Tom Palmer.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Feb29; MP5831.

  ALPINE ANTICS. 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Riley Thompson, Jack Carr.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 9Mar36; MP6262.

  ALPINE CABARET. Mentone. 1937. 10 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 15Jul37; LP7279.

  ALPINE CLIMBERS. (A Walt Disney Mickey Mouse) 1936. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 1Jul36; MP6638.

  AN ALPINE FLAPPER. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 17May26; MU3428.

  ALPINE GRANDEUR. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Dialogue, Ira Genet; editor, Bert Frank; narrator, Alan
    Kent.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jun37; MP7458.

  ALPINE RENDEZVOUS. Educational Pictures. Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1936. 968 ft., sd.

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

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 1Aug36; LP6501.

  AN ALPINE ROMANCE. (A Laemmle Novelty) Snappy. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Oct28; LP25763.

  AN ALPINE TRAGEDY. © 1914.

    © Apex Film Co. (Aquila Film Co., author); title, descr. & 53
    prints, 18Apr14; LU2529.

  THE ALPINE YODELER. (Paul Terry-Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser and Paul Terry; scored and conducted by Philip
    Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 18Feb36; MP6219.

  AL'S TROUBLES. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Lamont.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Dec25; LP22131.

  THE ALSTER CASE. 1915. 5 reels.

    Credits: Rufus Gillmore; director, J. Charles Haydon.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 17Nov15; LP7001.

  THE ALTAR OF LOVE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Maurice Costello, Robert Gaillord.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Emmett Campbell Hall, author); 16Jan15;
    LP4223.

  THE ALTAR OF THE AZTECS. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (J. C. Cowles, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 22Jan13; LU316.

  AN ALTAR ON LITTLE THUNDER. SEE His Divorced Wife.

  THE ALTAR ON THE HILL. SEE The Silent Watcher.

  THE ALTAR STAIRS. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story, G. B. Lancaster;
    scenario, Doris Schroeder.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Nov22; LP18414.

  ALTARS OF DESIRE. 1926. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Christy Cabanne; story, Maria Thompson Daviess;
    adaptation, Alice D. G. Miller, Agnes Christine Johnston; film
    editor, George Hively.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 21Dec26; LP23583.

  ALUM AND EVE. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1932. 2
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 3Oct32; LP3294.

  ALUMINUM—MINE TO METAL. © 1938.

    © Aluminum Company of America (Jam Handy Picture Service, author);
    title & descr., 28Sep38; 451 prints, 29Sep38; MU8783.

  ALVEOLECTOMY FOR CORRECTION OF MALSHAPED MAXILLARY RIDGE. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Bertram B. Machat, author); title, descr. &
    22 prints, 2Sep27; MU4273.

  ALWAYS A GENTLEMAN. (Hamilton Comedies) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 5Feb28; LP25018.

  ALWAYS AUDACIOUS. Presented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1920. 5 reels. Based on
    the story "Toujours de l'Audace" by Ben Ames Williams.

    Credits: Director, James Cruze; scenario, Tom Geraghty.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 10Oct20; LP15710.

  ALWAYS FAITHFUL. SEE Blanche Sweet in Always Faithful.

  ALWAYS GOODBYE. 1931. 5,400 ft.

    Credits: Associate producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; directors,
    William C. Menzies, Kenneth MacKenna; original story, Kate McLaurin;
    continuity and dialogue, Lynn Starling; editor, Harold Schuster.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 12May31; LP2257.

  ALWAYS GOODBYE. 1938. 6,750 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Lanfield; story, Gilbert Emery, Douglas
    Doty; screenplay, Kathryn Scola, Edith Skouras; music director,
    Louis Silvers.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Jul38; LP8383.

  ALWAYS IN THE WAY. Dyreda Art Films. 1915. 6 reels. A picturization of
    the song classic by Charles K. Harris.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 21Jun15; LP6483.

  ALWAYS KICKIN! (The Gleasons' Sports Featurettes) 1932. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, James Gleason; story, Charles W. Paddock.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 9Oct32; LP3693.

  ALWAYS KICKIN! (Color Classic) 1939. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Arnold
    Gillespie.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 6Jan39; MP9110.

  ALWAYS LATE. (Monty Banks Comedy) 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Herman C. Raymaker.

    © Grand-Asher Distributing Corp.; 23Oct23; LP19522.

  ALWAYS RIDIN' TO WIN. © 1924.

    © Productions, Inc. (Forrest Sheldon, author); title, descr. & 292
    prints, 19Dec24; LU20925.

  ALWAYS THE WOMAN. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Adapted and directed by Arthur Rosson; story, Perley Poore
    Sheehan.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 22Jul22; LP18333.

  AM I DREAMING? (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Oct20; LP15683.

  AM I HAVING FUN! 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Preston Black; story and screenplay, Al Ray,
    Arthur Ripley.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 16Sep36; LP6608.

  AM TEETISCH. SEE Tea for Three.

  AMARILLY OF CLOTHES-LINE ALLEY. 1918. 2 reels. Based on the book by
    Belle K. Maniates.

    Credits: Director, Marshall A. Neilan; scenario, Frances Marion.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 2Mar18; LP12142.

  THE AMATEUR ADVENTURESS. 1919. 5 reels. From the Young's Magazine
    story by Thomas Edgelow.

    Credits: Producer, Maxwell Karger; director, Henry Otto; adaptation,
    June Mathis, Luther A. Reed.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 17May19; LP13721.

  AMATEUR ANTICS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) Presented by Amédée J.
    Van Beuren. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Dec28; MP5666.

  AMATEUR BROADCAST. (Oswald) (A Walter Lantz Cartoon) Snappy. 1935. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Story and lyrics, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; animation,
    Cecil Surry, Ray Abrams, Ed. Benedict.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 21Aug35; MP5794.

  THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN. SEE Raffles.

  AMATEUR DADDY. 1932. 6,300 ft., sd. From the novel "Scotch Valley" by
    Mildred Cram.

    Credits: Director, John Blystone; screenplay, Doris Malloy, Frank
    Dolan; dialogue, William Conselman; editor, Louis Loeffler.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 16Mar32; LP2946.

  THE AMATEUR DETECTIVE. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert P. Kerr; story, Richard Harding Davis;
    scenario, W. Scott Darling.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 22Mar25; LP21270.

  AN AMATEUR DEVIL. 1920. 5 reels. Adapted from the story "Wanted a
    Blemish" by Jessie E. Henderson and Henry J. Buxton.

    Credits: Director, Maurice Campbell; scenario, Douglas Bronston.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Nov20; LP15799.

  THE AMATEUR GENTLEMAN. 1926. 8 reels. From the novel by Jeffery
    Farnol.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Olcott; scenario, Lillie Hayward.

    © Inspiration Pictures, Inc.; 16Aug26; LP23029.

  THE AMATEUR GENTLEMAN. Released through United Artists. 1936. 9 reels,
    sd. From the novel by Jeffery Farnol.

    Credits: Producer, Marcel Hellman; director, Thornton Freeland;
    screen adaptation, Clemence Dane, Sergei Nolbandov; dialogue,
    Clemence Dane; film editor, Conrad von Molo; music score, Walter
    Goehr; music, Richard Addinsell.

    © Criterion Film Productions, Ltd.; 17Apr36; LP6275.

  THE AMATEUR HUSBAND. (Star Personality Comedy) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

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

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 16Aug35; LP5718.

  THE AMATEUR LIAR. (Paramount-Drew Comedy) V. B. K. Film Corp. 1919. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Albert Payson Terhune; supervision, Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 20Mar19; LP13526.

  AMATEUR NIGHT. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Murray Roth; director, Bryan Foy; music director, Bert
    Fiske.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 17Oct27; MP4387.

  AMATEUR NIGHT. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational Pictures. Presented by
    E. W. Hammons. 1935. 532 ft., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 5Jul35; MP5709.

  AMATEUR NIGHT ON THE ARK. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 27Apr23; MU2269.

  AN AMATEUR PRODIGAL. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Albert Payson Terhune.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 30Jan15; LP4335.

  AN AMATEUR WIDOW. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Oscar Apfel; story, Joseph Franklin Poland.

    © World Film Corp. (Joseph Franklin Poland, author); title & descr.,
    4Jun19; 252 prints, 19May19; LU13786.

  THE AMATEUR WIFE. Paramount-Artcraft. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1920.
    6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Dillon; story, Nalbro Bartley; scenario,
    Jane Murfin.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Feb20; LP14755.

  AMATURE NITE. (Oswald) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Walter Lantz.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Nov29; MP821.

  THE AMAZING ADVENTURE. Rex. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Burton George; story, Eleanor M. Ingram;
    adaptation, Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Feb17; LP10232.

  THE AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE. First National. 1938. 9 reels, sd. From
    the play by Barré Lyndon.

    Credits: Director, Anatole Litvak; screenplay, John Wexley, John
    Huston.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 17Jun38; LP8426.

  THE AMAZING IMPOSTOR. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Ingraham; story, Joseph Franklin Poland;
    scenario, Frank Howard Clark.

    © American Film Co., Inc. (Frank Howard Clark, author); 30Jan19;
    LP13364.

  THE AMAZING LIFE-SAVER TREAD. Presented by Goodrich. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Alexander Film Co. (Elmer Olson, author); 18May38; MP8467.

  AMAZING LOVERS. U.F.A. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Editor, Edward Bowes.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 9Jan28; MP4612.

  AMAZING MAZIE; or, THE GIRL FROM MOBILE. © 1926.

    Credits: Billy Beecher.

    © Roger William Duke Beecher; title, descr. & 89 prints, 16Aug26;
    LU23109.

  THE AMAZING MR. WILLIAMS. 1939. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Everett Riskin; director, Alexander Hall; story,
    Sy Bartlett; screenplay, Dwight Taylor, Sy Bartlett, Richard
    Maibaum; film editor, Viola Lawrence; music director, M. W. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Nov39; LP9251.

  THE AMAZING QUEST OF MR. ERNEST BLISS. SEE Romance and Riches.

  THE AMAZING STORY OF MOHAIR. Presented by Lesher, Wittman & Co. and
    the Goodall Mills. 1929. Filmstrip, 52 frames (9 in color).

    © Rowland Rogers Picture Service, Inc. (Rowland Rogers, author);
    5May29; MP1527.

  THE AMAZING VAGABOND. F. B. O. Pictures Corp. 1929. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Wallace W. Fox; story and continuity, Frank
    Howard Clark.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 7Apr29; LP287.

  THE AMAZING WIFE. 1919. 6 reels. From the story "Whose Widow" by
    Eleanor Chipp.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Ida May Park.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Mar19; LP13493.

  THE AMAZING WOMAN. © 1920.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd B. Carleton.

    © Lloyd Carleton Productions (Henry Christeen Warnack, author);
    title, descr. & 438 prints, 14Jan20; LU14636.

  THE AMAZONS. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Kaufman.

    © Famous Players Film Co.; 1Aug17; LP11165.

  AMBASSADOR BILL. 1931. 6,300 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Sam Taylor; story and dialogue, Guy Bolton;
    editor, Harold Schuster.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 13Oct31; LP2591.

  AN AMBASSADOR FROM THE DEAD. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Written and produced by Paul Powell.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Paul Powell, author); 15Nov15; LP6970.

  THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Bannister Merwin.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Jan13; LP259.

  THE AMBER VASE. Powers. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Scenario and production by Sydney Ayres.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21May15; LP5347.

  AMBITION. 1916. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, James Vincent; scenario, Mary Murillo.

    © William Fox (Mary Murillo, author); 25Jun16; LP8583.

  THE AMBITION OF THE BARON. 1915. 2 reels. Adapted from The Smart Set
    Magazine.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 19Jan15; LP4267.

  AMBITIOUS PA. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 35 prints, 17Apr14; LU2515.

  AMBITIOUS PEOPLE. (A Colortone Novelty) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Nick Grindé.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 30Mar31; MP2430.

  AMBROSE AND HIS WIDOW. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; director, W. S. Fredericks.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 2Mar18; LP12124.

  AMBROSE THE LION-HEARTED. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, W. S. Fredericks.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 18Feb18; LP12086.

  AMBROSE'S FIRST FALSEHOOD. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 12Dec14; LP3962.

  AMBROSE'S FURY. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 25Mar15; LP4871.

  AMBROSE'S ICY LOVE. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; director, W. S. Frederick.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 14Dec17; LP11843.

  AMBROSE'S LITTLE HATCHET. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 15Mar15; LP4746.

  AMBROSE'S LOFTY PERCH. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 3Apr15; LP4956.

  AMBROSE'S NASTY TEMPER. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 17Apr15; LP5063.

  AMBROSE'S SOUR GRAPES. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 27Feb15; LP4567.

  THE AMBUSCADE. (Texas Ranger Series) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Levigard; story and continuity, Basil
    Dickey.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22May28; LP25295.

  AMBUSH. 1939. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Kurt Neumann; story, Robert Ray; screenplay,
    Laura and S. J. Perelman; film editor, Stuart Gilmore.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 20Jan39; LP8573.

  AMBUSH. SEE The Reckless Hour.

  AMELIA COMES BACK. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 2Aug24; MU2634.

  AMERICA. © 1914.

    © All Star Feature Corp. (Arthur Voegtlin, author); title, descr. &
    119 prints, 18May14; LU2714.

  AMERICA. 1924. 14 reels.

    Credits: Director, D. W. Griffith; story and titles, Robert W.
    Chambers; historical arrangement, John L. E. Pell.

    © D. W. Griffith, Inc.; 1May24; LP20288.

  AMERICA HONORS BRITAIN'S PRINCE. 1920. 1 reel.

    © Community Productions, Inc. (Ashley Miller, author); 8Jan20;
    MP1546.

  AMERICA KNEELS. SEE The World Changes.

  AMERICA OR BUST. 1930. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, E. B. Derr; director, Frank T. Davis; story, Paul
    Gerard Smith; film editor, John Link; music director, Josiah Zuro.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Jul30; LP1493.

  AMERICA PREPARED. © 1916.

    © Agnes Egan Cobb; title, descr. & 107 prints, 30Jun16; MU671.

  AMERICA TO EUROPE IN AN AIRSHIP. Eiko Film Company, Berlin. © 1914.

    © Jacques Greenzweig (Lind, author); title, descr. & 39 prints,
    6Jan14; LU1906.

  AMERICAN ARISTOCRACY. SEE The Blue Blood.

  THE AMERICAN BADGER. (Bill and Bob) © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Robert North Bradbury, author); title,
    descr. & 20 prints, 19Jul21; LU16776.

  THE AMERICAN BEAUTY. 1916. 5 reels.

    © J. C. Ivers (Julia Crawford Ivers, author); 7Jun16; LP8492.

  AMERICAN BEAUTY. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Richard Wallace; story, Wallace Irwin: scenario,
    Carey Wilson.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 21Sep27; LP24431.

  AMERICAN BORN. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (F. A. Heiskell, author); title, descr. &
    65 prints, 4Dec13; LU1717.

  AMERICAN BUDS. 1918. 6 reels.

    Credits: Direction and scenario, Kenean Buel; story, M. Strauss.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 11Mar18; LP12163.

  THE AMERICAN CONSUL. 1917. 5 reels. From the story by Paul West.

    Credits: Harvey F. Thew, Thomas J. Geraghty; producer, Rollin S.
    Sturgeon.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.; 6Feb17; LP10174.

  THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT. SEE Uncle Sam at Work.

  AMERICAN INDIAN LIFE AND CULTURE. © 1932.

    © Eaglewing Indian Research Bureau, Inc. (Chief Eaglewing, author);
    title, descr. & 65 prints, 23Nov32; MU3673.

  AN AMERICAN KING. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Mark Swan; director, George Lessey.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Jan14; LP1985.

  THE AMERICAN LEGION. 1919. 2 reels.

    © San Francisco Post No. 1, American Legion (Ed. Crawley, author);
    17Dec19; MP1571.

  AMERICAN LEGION PARADE. (A Century of Progress Exposition) 1933. 1
    reel.

    © Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T. Cowling, author); 15Oct33;
    MP4374.

  AN AMERICAN LIVE WIRE. 1918. 5 reels. Based on a story by O. Henry
    [pseud. of William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, Thomas R. Mills; adaptation, William Addison
    Lathrop.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Mar18; LP12171.

  AMERICAN MADNESS. 1932. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Capra; story and dialogue, Robert
    Riskin; film editor, Maurice Wright.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jul32; LP3155.

  AMERICAN MANNERS. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horn; screen adaptation, Frank Howard
    Clark.

    © Truart Film Corp.; 20Aug24; LP20521.

  AMERICAN METHODS. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 6 reels. From "The
    Ironmaster" by Georges Ohnet.

    Credits: Adaptation and direction, Frank Lloyd.

    © William Fox (Frank Lloyd, author); 29Apr17; LP10682.

  AMERICAN PLAN. Century. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Al. Herman.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Dec22; LP18523.

  AMERICAN PLUCK. Presented by I. E. Chadwick. 1925. 6 reels. From the
    novel "Blaze Derringer" by Eugene P. Lyle, Jr.

    Credits: Director, Richard Stanton; scenario, Ralph Spence.

    © Chadwick Pictures Corp.; 31Oct25; LP21958.

  AMERICAN SADDLE HORSES. (The Color Parade) 1939. 10 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Written and directed by Del Frazier; narrator, John
    Deering.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Nov39; MP9746.

  THE AMERICAN SEX. SEE Meet the Prince.

  AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY. 1931. 10 reels, sd. Based on the novel by
    Theodore Dreiser.

    Credits: Producer and director, Joseph Von Sternberg; screenplay,
    Samuel Hoffenstein.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 22Aug31; LP2422.

  THE AMERICAN VENUS. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1926. 7,931 ft., b&w, color sequences.

    Credits: Townsend Martin; producer and director, Frank Tuttle;
    scenario, Frederick Stowers.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 25Jan26; LP22325.

  THE AMERICAN WAY. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Frank Reicher; story, Florence C. Bolles;
    scenario, Wallace C. Clifton.

    © World Film Corp. (Florence C. Bolles, author); title & descr.,
    12Jul19; 695 prints, 11Jul19; LU14067.

  AN AMERICAN WIDOW. 1917. 5 reels. From the play by Kellett Chambers.

    Credits: Producer, Maxwell Karger; director, Frank Reicher;
    scenario, Albert Shelby Le Vino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 11Dec17; LP11823.

  THE AMERICANO. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 23Mar15; LP4795.

  THE AMERICANO. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Story, John Emerson, Anita Loos.

    © Tri-Stone Pictures, Inc.; 21Aug23; LP19328.

  AMERICANS AFTER ALL. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Clay M. Greene.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Frances M. Greene, author); 15Jul16; LP8709.

  THE AMERICANS COME. Tec-Art Corp. United Artists. Presented by Joseph
    M. Schenck. 1930. 1 reel, sd. Based on the song story by Fay Foster.

    Credits: Supervision, Alfred Mannon, Elmer Clifton; story, Alfred
    Mannon.

    © Feature Productions, Inc. (Alfred Mannon, author); 26Jul30;
    LP1470.

  AMERICA'S BIGGEST CIRCUS. © 1925. 6,000 ft.

    © Raymond Forest Bashford; title, descr. & 124 prints, 2Nov25;
    MU3223.

  AMERICA'S GREATEST COMPOSERS SERIES. SEE Morton Downey in America's
    Greatest Composers Series ...

  AMERICA'S GREATEST DISASTER. SEE The Menace of the Mississippi.

  AMERICA'S PRIDE. (Our World Today, no. 1869). 1928. 1 reel.

    © Kinograms Pub. Co.; 17Dec28; MP5629.

  L'AMI DES MONTAGNES (THE FRIEND OF THE MOUNTAINS). © 1921.

    © Société des Établissements Gaumont; title, descr. & 221 prints,
    28Nov21; LU17239.

  L'AMI FRITZ. SEE In Old Alsace.

  AMIDST THE MILLIONS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1926.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 22Jul26; MU3490.

  AMONG CLUB FELLOWS. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (W. E. Wing, author); title, descr. & 38 prints,
    5Sep13; LU1207.

  AMONG DANCING NATIONS. (Walter Futter's Travelaughs) Presented by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Walter A. Futter; written and spoken by John P.
    Medbury; film editor, Moe G. Miller.

    © WAFilms, Inc.; 29Dec32; MP3729.

  AMONG THE COCOONS. (A Walter Futter Novelty) Columbia. 1934. 844 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Written and spoken by John P. Medbury.

    © The Futter Corp., Ltd.; 19Oct34; MP5127.

  AMONG THE GREAT OPEN FACES. (Walter Futter's Travelaughs) 1932. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Written and spoken by John P. Medbury; film editor, Moe G.
    Miller.

    © WAFilms, Inc.; 17Oct32; MP3581.

  AMONG THE LATINS. Columbia. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Walter A. Futter; written and spoken by John P.
    Medbury.

    © The Futter Corp., Ltd.; 9Aug34; MP4942.

  AMONG THE MARRIED. SEE Men Call It Love.

  AMONG THE MISSING. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (William Nigh, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 26Jan24; LU19864.

  AMONG THE MISSING. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Albert Rogell; story, Florence Wagner;
    screenplay, Fred Niblo, Jr.; Herbert Asbury; film editor, John
    Rawlins.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Aug34; LP4898.

  AMONG THE MOURNERS. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 28Nov14; LP3860.

  AMONG THE SNOW-CAPPED CASCADES. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; 8Jan17; MP847.

  AMONG THOSE KILLED. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 30Aug15; LP6242.

  AMONG THOSE PRESENT. Black Cat. 1917. 30 min.

    Credits: Charles Michelson; director, L. C. Windom.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 3Jan17; LP9903.

  AMONG THOSE PRESENT. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Erle Kenton, Ray Grey.

    © Mack Sennett; 15Jul19; LP13964.

  AMONG THOSE PRESENT. © 1921.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Hal E. Roach & Sam Taylor, authors);
    title, descr. & 60 prints, 4May21; LU16477.

  AMONG THOSE PRESENT. SEE The Headleys at Home.

  AMOS JUDD. SEE The Young Rajah.

  AMPHIBIAN ODDITIES. Powers. 1916 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 15Mar16; MP542.

  THE AMUNDSEN POLAR FLIGHT. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Roald Amundsen, Lincoln Ellsworth, authors);
    title, descr. & 58 prints, 6Nov25; MU3220.

  AMUSE YOURSELF. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story, Jefferson Machamer.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 27Nov36; LP6738.

  AMY JOLLY. SEE Morocco.

  ANAESTHESIA. (A Pete Smith Specialty) Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Will Jason; screenplay, Jack Woodford.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 22Jun38; LP8099.

  ANANIAS HAS NOTHING ON HIM. (Happy Hooligan) © 1917.

    Credits: L. DeLorme.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 20 prints,
    26Apr17; LU10651.

  ANANIAS HAS NOTHING ON HOOLIGAN. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: F. Opper; animation, Frank Moser.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; 20Jan17; MP870.

  ANCESTRY. © 1915. 2 reels.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Agnes C. Johnston, author); title, descr.
    & 170 prints, 29Mar15; LU4854.

  AN ANCIENT ART. (U. F. A. Oddity) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edited and titled by John Michael Flick.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 26Jun29; MP364.

  ANCIENT CITIES OF SOUTHERN FRANCE. Released by Compagnie Générale
    Transatlantique. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Script collaborator, Paul P. Devlin.

    © André de LaVarre; 29Dec37; MP8023.

  ANCIENT EGYPT. (A Fitzpatrick Traveltalk) Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 798 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Music score, Jack Shilkret; photographer, Hone M.
    Glendining.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 31Dec38; MP9137.

  ANCIENT GREECE. 1928. 1 reel.

    © James C. Muir & Co.; 12Mar28; MP4850.

  THE ANCIENT HIGHWAY. 1925. 6,034 ft. From the story by James Oliver
    Curwood.

    Credits: Producer and director, Irvin Willat; screenplay, James S.
    Hamilton, Eve Unsell.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 16Nov25; LP22006.

  THE ANCIENT MARINER. 1925. 6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences. Adapted
    from the poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" by Samuel Taylor
    Coleridge.

    Credits: Directors, Henry Otto, Chester Bennett; story, Eve Unsell.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 13Dec25; LP22283.

  THE ANCIENT ORDER OF GOOD FELLOWS. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lambart.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Courtenay Ryley Cooper, author);
    15Nov13; LP1752.

  ANCIENT ROME. 1928. 1 reel.

    © James C. Muir & Co.; 20Mar28; MP4851.

  AND A LITTLE CHILD. SEE Gossip.

  AND BY THESE DEEDS. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 14Sep15; LP6378.

  AND GEORGE DID! (Let George Do It) (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Scott Pembroke.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12May26; LP22722.

  AND HE CAME STRAIGHT HOME. © 1915. 1 reel.

    © Atlas Motion Picture Co., Inc. (Frank H. Pipp, author); title,
    descr. & 178 prints, 11Nov15; LU6913.

  AND HOW, WITH ANN GREENWAY. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Mar30; MP1293.

  AND MORNING CAME. (A Stern Brothers Comedy) 1928. 2 reels. From the
    cartoons by Rube Goldberg.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Jul28; LP25421.

  AND NOW—A 23 JEWEL MOTOR CAR. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 14Aug28;
    MP5310.

  AND PERCY GOT MARRIED. © 1914.

    Credits: Scenario, Bert Angeles.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bert Angeles, author); title, descr. & 68 prints,
    29Dec14; LU4051.

  AND PERCY MADE GOOD. © 1914.

    Credits: Scenario, Bert Angeles.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bert Angeles, author); title, descr. & 52 prints,
    29Dec14; LU4055.

  AND SHE NEVER KNEW. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 4Dec14; LP3892.

  AND SO THEY WERE MARRIED. 1936. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, B. P. Schulberg; director, Elliott Nugent; story,
    Sarah Addington; screenplay, Doris Anderson, Joseph Anthony, A.
    Laurie Brazee; film editor, Gene Milford; music director, Howard
    Jackson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 4May36; LP6330.

  AND SO TO WED. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Jean W. Yarbrough; story,
    Jean W. Yarbrough, Monty Collins; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Jun36; LP6432.

  AND SUDDEN DEATH. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Barton; story, Theodore Reeves, Madeleine
    Ruthven; screenplay, Joseph Moncure March.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 19Jun36; LP6441.

  AND THE BEST MAN WON. Nestor. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Horace Davey; story, George Marshall; scenario,
    Al. E. Christie.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Oct15; LP6582.

  AND THE GREEN GRASS GREW ALL AROUND. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 1Jun31; MP2595.

  AND THE PARROT SAID ...? 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Mark Swan, author); 24Nov15; LP7023.

  AND THEN IT HAPPENED. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Norval MacGregor.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); 27Feb15; LP4562.

  AND THEY CALLED HIM HERO. Bison. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Francis Ford; scenario, Grace Cunard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Apr15; LP4899.

  AND VERY NICE TOO. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (M. P. Sales Agency, Ltd., author); title, descr.
    & 17 prints, 19Oct14; LU3543.

    ... AND WIFE. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr30; MP1469.

  ANDERSON AND GRAVES IN FISHING AROUND. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Sep29; MP710.

  ANDREW JACKSON. © 1913. 2 reels.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 71 prints, 27Jan13; LU301.

  ANDY CLYDE GETS SPRING CHICKEN. 1939. 1,624 ft.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jules White; story and screenplay,
    Clyde Bruckman, Felix Adler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4Dec39; LP9269.

  ANDY HARDY GETS SPRING FEVER. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939.
    9 reels, sd., b&w. Based on characters created by Aurania Rouverol.

    Credits: Director, W. S. Van Dyke II; screenplay, Kay Van Riper;
    film editor, Ben Lewis; music score, Edward Ward, David Snell.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 18Jul39; LP9060.

  ANDY OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 31Mar15; LP4902.

  ANGEL. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 9 reels. From the play by
    Melchior Lengyel.

    Credits: Producer and director, Ernst Lubitsch; screenplay, Samson
    Raphaelson; English play adaptation, Guy Bolton, Russell Medcraft.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc. 29Oct37; LP7909.

  ANGEL CAKE. 1931. 2 reels.

    © The Vitaphone Corporation; 20Feb31; MP2352.

  ANGEL EYES. (Big Boy-Juvenile Comedy) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 23Jan28; LP24905.

  ANGEL FACE MOLLY. SEE The Heart Bandit.

  THE ANGEL FACTORY. © 1917.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Astra Film Corp., author); title, descr. &
    114 prints, 8Oct17; LU11518.

  THE ANGEL OF BROADWAY. De Mille Pictures Corp. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lois Weber; original story and continuity, Lenore
    J. Coffee; film editor, Harold MacLernon.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 28Sep27; LP24455.

  THE ANGEL OF CROOKED STREET. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, David Smith; story, Harry Dittmar.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 4Apr22; LP17723.

  ANGEL OF MERCY. (John Nesbitt's Passing Parade) Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 1 reel, sd., sepia.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Herman Boxer; film
    editor, Mildred Rich; music score, David Snell.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 25May39; LP9047.

  THE ANGEL OF PIETY FLAT. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 11Jan16; LP7396.

  THE ANGEL OF SPRING. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Guy Oliver; story, W. E. Wing.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); 8Jun15; LP5537.

  THE ANGEL OF THE ATTIC. Imp. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Catherine Carr; director, Francis J. Grandon.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Sep16; LP9044.

  ANGEL OF THE CANYONS. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 55 prints, 10May13; LU710.

  THE ANGEL OF THE MINERS. © 1914.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 14Mar14; LU2316.

  AN ANGEL OF THE SLUMS. SEE As a Man Sows, So Shall He Reap.

  ANGEL PARADISE. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (George Edwin Hunt, author); title, descr. &
    28 prints, 7Jan14; LU1922.

  AN ANGEL PASSES. SEE Blonde or Brunette.

  AN ANGELIC ATTITUDE. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin, author); 15Jul16; LP8744.

  ANGELINA; or, EL HONOR DE UN BRIGADIER. 1935. 8 reels, sd. From the
    comedy by Enrique Jardiel Poncela.

    Credits: Director, Luis King; adaptation, screenplay, and dialogue,
    Enrique Jardiel Poncela; musical director, Edward Kileny.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 2Mar35; LP5509.

  ANGEL'S FEATHERS. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits; Kingsley Benedict.

    © National Film Corp. of America; 23Apr21; LP16410.

  ANGEL'S HOLIDAY. 1937. 6,565 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; original story and screenplay,
    Frank Fenton, Lynn Root; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Jun37; LP7307.

  ANGELS OF DOOM. SEE The Saint Strikes Back.

  ANGELS UNAWARES. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 31Dec15; LP7336.

  THE ANGELS WASH THEIR FACES. First National. 1939. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Jonathan Finn; director, Ray Enright; screenplay, Michael
    Fessier, Niven Busch, Robert Buckner.

    © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 26Aug39; LP9065.

  ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES. First National. 1938. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; story, Rowland Brown; screenplay,
    John Wexley, Warren Duff; music, Max Steiner.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 14Sep38; LP8414.

  ANGIE, UPTOWN WOMAN. SEE Uptown New York.

  ANGKOR; or, FORBIDDEN ADVENTURE IN ANGKOR. © 1937. 8 reels, sd., b&w,
    tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, George M. Merrick; original story, Henry Warner,
    Roy Purdon; adaptation, Armine Von Tempski, Minnie F. Shrope.

    © Myrtle C. Warner (Henry Warner & Roy Purdon, authors); title,
    descr. & 370 prints, 23Oct37; LU7511.

  ANGLES OF ANGLING. 1930. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 28Dec30; MP2228.

  ANGORA LOVE. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lewis R. Foster; story, Leo McCarey; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 3Sep29; LP651.

  ANIAKCHAK. 1933. 4 reels, sd.

    Credits: Narrator and photographer, Father Hubbard.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 18Aug33; MP4626.

  ANIAKCHAK, THE STORY OF HELL ON EARTH. 1933. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Editorial supervision, Truman Talley, Beverly Jones, Louis
    de Rochemont.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 18Aug33; MP4918.

  ANIMAL ANTICS. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 13Apr34; MP4702.

  ANIMAL ATHLETES. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 26Jan24; MU2420.

  ANIMAL CATCHERS. (A McDougall Alley Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Robert B. Wilcox.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 20Jul27; LP24196.

  ANIMAL CELEBRITIES. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1925.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 18May25; MU3041.

  THE ANIMAL CRACKER CIRCUS. (Scrappy) (A Color Rhapsody) Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 1938. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; director, Ben Harrison; animation,
    Manny Gould; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 26Sep38; MP8771.

  ANIMAL CRACKERS. 1930. 8,897 ft., sd. Based on the musical play by
    George S. Kaufman, Bert Kalmar, Morrie Ryskind and Harry Ruby.

    Credits: Director, Victor Heerman; screenplay, Morrie Ryskind;
    continuity, Pierre Collings.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 6Sep30; LP1546.

  ANIMAL CUNNING. Treasure Chest. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1936. 941
    ft.

    Credits: Story and narration, A. L. Alexander; editor, Sam Citron.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 1May36; MP6421.

  THE ANIMAL FAIR. (Aesop's Fable) 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: John Foster, Mannie Davis.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 31Jan31; MP2268.

  ANIMAL FRIENDS. © 1929.

    © Alfred Francis Hope Baldry; title, descr. & 4 prints, 28Aug29;
    MU585.

  ANIMAL INTELLIGENCE. (Sportlight) 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 16May35; MP5587.

  THE ANIMAL KINGDOM. 1932. 9 reels, sd. From the play by Philip Barry.

    Credits: Producer, David O. Selznick; director, Edward H. Griffith;
    screenplay, Horace Jackson; film editor, Daniel Mandell; music
    director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Dec32; LP3643.

  ANIMAL LIFE IN THE ANTARCTIC. © 1913.

    **© Gaumont Co.; title, descr. & 32 prints, 25Apr13; MU48.

  ANIMAL SNAPS. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edited and titled by Beth Brown.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 16Apr28; MP4909.

  THE ANIMALS' FAIR. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 14Dec23; MU2384.

  ANIMALS IN MODERN LIFE. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (Clyde Fisher, author); 15Oct37;
    MP7921.

  ANIMALS OF THE CAT TRIBE. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (C. E. Baer, author); 3Jan33; MP3888.

  ANIMALS OF THE ZOO. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc.; 3Apr33; MP4206.

  ANIMATED CANDY SALES. Trailer. 1933. 103 ft.

    © Francis Jay Bligh; 4Dec33; MP4720.

  ANIMATED DUST. © 1919. For Gloria Productions.

    Credits: Directors, Henry McCarty, Rudolph Bylek.

    © Henry McCarty & Rudolph Bylek; title, descr. & 61 prints, 5May19;
    LU13728.

  THE ANIMATED GROUCH CHASER. 1915. Split reel.

    Credits: Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 4Mar15; LP4624.

  AN ANIMATED MAP OF THE ELECTRIC FIELD ABOUT A 3-PHASE EQUILATERALLY
    SPACED TRANSMISSION LINE. 1936. 1 reel.

    © University of Colorado (Harlan Baldwin Palmer, author); 27Mar36;
    MP6329.

  ANIMATED WEEKLY. © 1913.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. (Hal Reid, author).

    58. © title, descr. & 28 prints, 29Apr13; MU54.

    59. © title, descr. & 26 prints, 29Apr13; MU55.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. 60. © title, descr. & 26 prints, 5May13;
    MU53.

  ANITA, THE ZINGARA. Société Générale des Cinématographes Éclipse,
    Paris.

    © George Kleine,(Société Générale des Cinématographes Eclipse,
    author); title, descr. & 67 prints, 2Aug13; LU1062.

  ANKLES AWAY. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charlie Chase.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 11Mar38; LP7905.

  ANKLES PREFERRED. Presented by William Fox. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, J. G. Blystone; story, Philip Klein,
    Kenneth Hawks; scenario, James Hamilton.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 27Feb27; LP23756.

  ANN. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Richard Ridgely.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 14Feb13; LP405.

  ANN. SEE Her Winning Way.

  ANN ANNINGTON. SEE Her Winning Way.

  ANN BUTLER AND JAY BRENNAN, IN YOU DON'T KNOW THE HALF OF IT. 1929. 1
    reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Dec29; MP939.

  ANN CARVER'S PROFESSION. 1933. 7 reels, sd. From the story "Rules for
    Wives" by Robert Riskin.

    Credits: Director, Edward Buzzell; screenplay, Robert Riskin; film
    editor, Maurice Wright.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22May33; LP3900.

  ANN CODEE AND FRANK ORTH IN A BIRD IN THE HAND. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr29; MP150.

  ANN CODEE AND FRANK ORTH IN MUSIC HATH CHARMS. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Oct29; MP744.

  ANN CODEE AND FRANK ORTH IN TAKING WAYS. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr30; MP1462.

  ANN CODEE AND FRANK ORTH IN ZWEI UND FIERZIGSTI STRASSE. 1929. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Jan29; MP5715.

  ANN OF THE TRAILS. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, W. J. Bauman.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Daisy E. Smith, author); 20Aug13;
    LP1241.

  ANN PENNINGTON IN HELLO BABY. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Mar30; MP1330.

  ANN SEYMOUR IN SONG PAINTINGS. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Jun30; MP1599.

  ANN, THE BLACKSMITH. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Grace Adele Pierce, author); 22Oct14;
    LP3577.

  ANN VICKERS. 1933. 9 reels, sd. From the story by Sinclair Lewis.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, John Cromwell;
    screenplay, Jane Murfin; editor, George Nicholls, Jr.; music
    director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 28Sep33; LP4198.

  ANNA ASCENDS. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Victor Fleming; story, Harry Chapman Ford;
    adaptation, Margaret Turnbull.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 20Nov22; LP18598.

  ANNA CASE IN LA FIESTA, SOPRANO SOLO, ASSISTED BY THE CANSINOS,
    SPANISH DANCERS, AND THE METROPOLITAN OPERA CHORUS. 1927. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3917.

  ANNA CASE IN SWANEE RIVER, SUPPORTED BY ROY SMECK [AND] DIXIE JUBILEE
    SINGERS; FIVE GALLONS OF GAS AND NO MONEY TO PAY FOR IT. 1927. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3916.

  ANNA CHANDLER IN POPULAR SONGS. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Nov28; MP5578.

  ANNA CHANG AND HATSU KUMA IN TWO LITTLE CHINESE MAIDS. Presented by
    Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp. 8Feb29; MP5798.

  ANNA CHRISTIE. 1923. 8 reels. From the play by Eugene O'Neill.

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

    © Thomas H. Ince; 26Nov23; LP19652.

  ANNA CHRISTIE. 1930. 10 reels; sd., lavender. Adapted from the play by
    Eugene O'Neill.

    Credits: Producer and director, Clarence Brown; adaptation, Frances
    Marion; film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 10Feb30; LP1062.

  ANNA KARÉNINA. © 1915. Based on the novel by Count Leo Tolstoi.

    Credits: Producer, J. Gordon Edwards.

    © William Fox (Garfield Thompson, author); title, descr. & 281
    prints, 12Apr15; LU4994.

  ANNA KARÉNINA. 1915. 5 reels. Adapted from the novel by Count Leo
    Tolstoi.

    Credits: Director, J. Gordon Edwards; adaptation, Clara S. Beranger.

    ** © William Fox; 5Apr15; LP5114.

  ANNA KARÉNINA. 1935. 9 reels, sd. From the novel by Count Leo Tolstoy.

    Credits: Producers, Clarence Brown, David O. Selznick; director,
    Clarence Brown; screenplay, Clemence Dane, Saika Viertel; dialogue
    adaptation, S. N. Berman; film editor, Robert J. Kern; music,
    Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 20Aug35; LP5748.

  ANNA KARÉNINA. SEE Love.

  ANNABEL TAKES A TOUR. 1938. 67 min., sd. Based on characters created
    by Charles Hoffman.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Lusty; director, Lew Landers; story, Joe
    Bigelow, Bert Granet; screenplay, Bert Granet, Olive Cooper; editor,
    Harry Marker; music director, Russell Bennett.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 11Nov38; LP8411.

  ANNABELLE'S AFFAIRS. 1931. 6,800 ft., sd. From the stage play "Good
    Gracious Annabelle" by Clare Kummer.

    Credits: Associate producer, William Goetz; director, Alfred Werker;
    adaptation and dialogue, Leon Gordon; editor, Margaret Clancy.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 22May31; LP2282.

  ANNAPOLIS. 1928. For Pathe Studios, Inc. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Christy Cabanne; original story, Royal S. Pease;
    scenario and production, F. McGrew Willis; film editor, Claude
    Berkeley.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 16Oct28; LP25725.

  ANNAPOLIS FAREWELL. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 9 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Louis D. Lighton; director, Alexander Hall;
    story, Stephen Morehouse Avery; screenplay, Dale Van Every, Frank
    Craven; adaptation, Grover Jones, William Slavens McNutt; film
    editor, Doane Harrison.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 5Sep35; LP5762.

  ANNAPOLIS SALUTE. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; direction and story, Christy
    Cabanne; screenplay, John Twist; editor, Ted Cheesman.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 10Sep37; LP7420.

  ANNE BOLEYN. Société Cinématographies Éclipse, France. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Société Cinématographies Éclipse, author); title,
    descr. & 54 prints, 18Dec13; LU1820.

  ANNE OF GREEN GABLES. 1919. 6 reels. Based on the four "Anne" books by
    L. M. Montgomery.

    Credits: Director, William Desmond Taylor; scenario, Frances Marion.

    © Realart Pictures, Inc.; 15Nov19; LP14450.

  ANNE OF GREEN GABLES. 1934. 9 reels, sd. From the books by L. M.
    Montgomery.

    Credits: Director, George Nicholls, Jr.; screenplay, Sam Mintz;
    editor, Arthur Schmidt; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Nov34; LP5183.

  ANNE OF LITTLE SMOKY. © 1921.

    © Playgoers Pictures, Inc. (Brevard Connor, author); title, descr. &
    50 prints, 6Dec21; LU17300.

  ANNE OF THE GOLDEN HEART. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Mary O'Connor, author); 26Dec13;
    LP1898.

  ANNE OF THE MINES. 1914. 2 reels.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Grace Adele Pierce, author); 25Sep14;
    LP3437.

  ANNE'S BRIDGE. SEE The Fettered Woman.

  ANNEXING BILL. Astra Film Corp. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Albert Parker; story, Edgar Franklin.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; title, descr. & 45 prints, 24Jun18; LU12576.

  ANNIE CRAWLS UPSTAIRS. 1912. 1 reel.

    Credits: James Oppenheim.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 29Nov12; LP147.

  ANNIE FOR SPITE. SEE Sally Shows the Way.

  ANNIE LAURIE. 1927. 9 reels.

    Credits: Director, John S. Robertson; story, Josephine Lovett; film
    editor, William Hamilton.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 27May27; LP24122.

  ANNIE LAURIE. (A Tabloid Musical) 1936. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Sherman; screenplay, Jean Plannette.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 3Dec36; LP6760.

  ANNIE LAURIE. SEE Charles Erwin ... in Annie Laurie.

  ANNIE MOVED AWAY. (An Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1934. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directed and animated by Walter Lantz, William Nolan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22May34; MP4765.

  ANNIE OAKLEY. 1935. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Cliff Reid; director, George Stevens;
    screenplay, Joel Sayre, John Twist; story, Joseph A. Fields, Ewart
    Adamson; editor, Jack Hively; music director, Alberto Colombo.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Nov35; LP5984.

  THE ANNIVERSARY. © 1914.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 35
    prints, 12May14; LU2672.

  ANNIVERSARY TROUBLE. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Our Gang Comedy) 1935. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 13Mar35; LP5411.

  ANNOUNCEMENT OF CREIGHTON HALE IN SEVEN FOOTPRINTS TO SATAN. Trailer.
    First National. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Feb29; MP5877.

  ANNOUNCEMENT OF RICHARD BARTHELMESS IN WEARY RIVER. Trailer. 1929. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Feb29; MP5821.

  ANNOUNCING QUEEN OF THE NIGHT CLUBS. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Feb29; MP5879.

  ANNOUNCING THE NEW WILLYS SIX DELUXE SEDAN. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 21Jan30;
    MP1151.

  ANN'S AN IDIOT. SEE Dangerous Innocence.

  AN ANONYMOUS LETTER. (William J. Burns Detective Mysteries) 1931. 11
    min.

    Credits: Director, G. C. Reid; story, adaptation, and dialogue,
    Russell Matson.

    © George Clifford Reid; 4Jan31; LP2086.

  ANOTHER CHANCE. © 1922.

    © Roger L. Sullivan; title, descr. & 8 prints, 31May22; MU2149.

  ANOTHER DAWN. 1937. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Dieterle; original story and screenplay,
    Laird Doyle; music, Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29Apr37; LP7191.

  ANOTHER FACE. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Cliff Ried; director, Christy Cabanne;
    original story, Thomas Dugan, Ray Mayer; screenplay, Garrett Graham,
    John Twist; editor, George Hively; music director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Dec35; LP6032.

  ANOTHER FINE MESS. Presented by Hal Roach. 1930. 3 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, James Parrott; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 8Dec30; LP1790.

  ANOTHER LANGUAGE. 1933. 8 reels, sd., b&w. From the Arthur J. Beckhard
    production of the play by Rose Franken.

    Credits: Associate producer, Walter Wanger; director, Edward H.
    Griffith; screenplay, Herman J. Mankiewicz, Donald Ogden Stewart;
    film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 25Jul33; LP4062.

  ANOTHER MAN'S SHOES. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Conway; story, Victor Bridges; scenario,
    Arthur F. Statter.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Oct22; LP18339.

  ANOTHER MAN'S SHOES. SEE The Phantom Buccaneer.

  ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 62 prints, 16Jan13; LU279.

  ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story, Bruce Mitchell, Elliott
    Clauson.

    © Regal Pictures, Inc.; 20Jun24; LP20333.

  ANOTHER ROMANCE OF CELLULOID. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938.
    1 reel, sd., sepia.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 15Apr38; LP7982.

  ANOTHER SCANDAL. Released by Hodkinson. 1924. 8 reels. From the novel
    by Cosmo Hamilton.

    Credits: Director, E. H. Griffith; adaptation, G. Marion Burton.

    © Tilford Cinema Corp.; 22Jun24; LP20416.

  ANOTHER SHADE OF GREEN. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin, author); 21Jan15; LP4262.

  ANOTHER THIN MAN. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 10 reels,
    sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Hunt Stromberg; director, W. S. Van Dyke, II;
    original story, Dashiell Hammett; screenplay, Frances Goodrich,
    Albert Hackett; film editor, Fredrick Y. Smith; music, Edward Ward.

    © Loew's. Inc.; 15Nov39; LP9259.

  ANOTHER WILD IDEA. (Hal Roach Comedy) (A Charley Chase Comedy) 1934. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Directors, Charles Parrott, Eddie Dunn; film editor,
    William Terhune.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 1May34; LP4681.

  ANSELO LEE. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Handworth.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Paul Kester, author); 28Oct15;
    LP6801.

  THE ANSWER. © 1915.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 50 prints, 10Feb15; LU4429.

  THE ANSWER. © 1916. 5 reels. A visualization of the book "Is God
    Dead?" by Newman Flower.

    Credits: Produced, arranged and conducted by Walter West.

    © Broadwest Films, Ltd.; title, descr. & 467 prints, 13Oct16;
    LU9313.

  AN ANSWER IN GRAND LARCENY. SEE Missing Millions.

  THE ANSWER TO THE BIG BAD WOLF. © 1934.

    © Standard Brands, Inc. (Standard Brands, Inc.; employer for hire of
    Russell W. Varney, author); title, descr. & 94 prints, 17May34;
    MU4759.

  ANSWERING OBJECTIONS. (Educational Film Service, v. 13) 1930. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau; 16Sep30; MP1973.

  ANT LIFE AS IT ISN'T. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 20Jun27; MU4103.

  A.M. TO P.M. (Aesop's Film Fables) The Van Beuren Corp. 1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: O. Soglow.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van Beuren Corp., author); 28Jul33;
    MP4301.

  ANTHONY ADVERSE. Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and the
    Vitaphone Corp. 1936. 15 reels. From the book by Hervey Allen.

    Credits: Director, Mervyn Le Roy; screenplay, Sheridan Gibney.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Jul36; LP6465.

  ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA. (Hysterical History Comedies) 1924. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Bryan Foy.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Oct24; LP20691.

  THE ANTHONY CASE. (William J. Burns Detective Mysteries) Educational
    Film Exchanges, Inc. 1931. 10 min.

    Credits: Director, G. C. Reid; story, adaptation and dialogue,
    Russell Matson.

    © G. C. Reid, Inc.; 2Aug31; LP2764.

  ANTHONY FIALA'S CANOE ON THE JURIANA. SEE Roosevelt Brazilian
    Expedition.

  ANTHRACITE COAL. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 4Dec28;
    MP5688.

  ANTHRACITE COAL MINING. © 1917.

    © Lincoln & Parker Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 3 prints, 18Oct17;
    MU1056.

  ANTI-FAT. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 19
    prints, 7Apr27; MU3904.

  THE ANTICS OF ANN. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Dillon; story, Frederic Chapin; scenario,
    Coolidge W. Streeler.

    © Famous Players Film Co.; 5Nov17; LP11678.

  ANTIQUE ANTICS. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1933. 1 reel, sd. Adapted from the cartoon characters by
    George Herriman.

    Credits: Ben Harrison, Manny Gould; producer, Charles Mintz;
    animation, Al Eugster, Preston Blair; music score, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 19Jun33; MP4144.

  THE ANTIQUE BROOCH. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Bannister Merwin.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 13Dec13; LP1798.

  THE ANTIQUE ENGAGEMENT RING. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marsten.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Anna E. Ray, author); 20Apr14; LP2549.

  THE ANTIQUE SHOP. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray Cozine; story, George N. Burns; dialogue
    staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 6Mar31; LP2035.

  ANTON THE TERRIBLE. Paramount. 1916. 5 reels. From the story by Thomas
    H. Uzell.

    Credits: Director, William C. De Mille; story, Jules Eckert Goodman;
    prepared for the screen by Marian Fairfax, Charles Sarver.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.; 5Sep16; LP9099.

  ANTONIO MORENO VITAPHONE TRAILER ANNOUNCEMENT, MIDNIGHT TAXI.
    Presented by Vitaphone. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Sep28; MP5354.

  ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. Societa Italiana Cines, Rome. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. &
    140 prints, 28Jul13; LU1028.

  ANTS AND THE GRASSHOPPER. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 22
    prints, 13May21; LU16512.

  ANTS IN THE PANTRY. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Preston Black; story and screenplay, Al Giebler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Feb36; LP6120.

  ANTWERP. (Vagabond Adventure Series) The Van Beuren Corp. 1933. 11
    min., sd.

    Credits: Text, Russell Spaulding; narrator, Alois Havrilla.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (Van Beuren Corp., author); 25Aug33;
    MP4272.

  THE ANVIL CHORUS. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 27Apr22; LU17789.

  ANY GIRL'S SAFE. © 1917.

    Credits: Director, Charles Ransom.

    © Ashley Miller; title, descr. & 1 print, 9May17; LU10896.

  ANY LITTLE GIRL THAT'S A NICE LITTLE GIRL. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 16Apr31; MP2455.

  ANY MAN'S WIFE. 1937. 7 reels, sd. From the novel "Michael O'Halloran"
    by Gene Stratton-Porter.

    Credits: Associate producer, Herman Schlom; director, Karl Brown;
    screenplay, Adele Buffington; cartoon sequence by courtesy of Walt
    Disney.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 1Jun37; LP7194.

  ANY OLD DUKE'LL DO. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: R. A. Dillon; director, P. C. Hartigan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Oct16; LP9425.

  ANY OLD PORT. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 23Jun20; LU15276.

  ANY OLD PORT. Presented by Hal Roach. 1932. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 4Feb32; LP2818.

  ANY OLD PORT. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

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

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 6Nov36; LP6706.

  ANY PORT IN A STORM. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, W. J. Bauman.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (T. H. Bridson, author); 18Nov13;
    LP1634.

  ANY RAGS. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 2Jan32; MP2992.

  ANY WIFE. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Direction, Herbert Brenon; story, Julia Tolsva.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 1Jan22; LP17464.

  ANY WOMAN. Paramount. Presented by Robert Kane. 1925. 6 reels. From
    the story by Arthur Somers Roche.

    Credits: Producer, Henry King; screenplay, Jack Furthman, Beatrice
    Van.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 8May25; LP21441.

  ANY YOUTH. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Allen J. Holubar.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Jun16; LP8609.

  ANYBODY HERE SEEN KELLY? Jewel. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Wyler; story, Leigh Jason; scenario, John
    B. Clymer.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Apr28; LP25163.

  ANYBODY'S GOAT. (Cameo Comedies) Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.
    1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, William Goodrich; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Jack Townley.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 24Jan32; LP3142.

  ANYBODY'S WAR. 1930. 8,120 ft., sd. From the novel "The Two Black
    Crows in the A. E. F." by Charles E. Mack.

    Credits: Director, Richard Wallace; screenplay, Lloyd Corrigan;
    adaptation, Hector Turnbull; added dialogue, Walter Weems.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 1Aug30; LP1460.

  ANYBODY'S WOMAN. 1930. 7,243 ft., sd. From the story by Gouverneur
    Morris.

    Credits: Director, Dorothy Arzner; screenplay, Zoe Akins, Doris
    Anderson.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 31Aug30; LP1531.

  ANYTHING BUT HAM. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Mort Blumenstock; story, David Freedman; dialogue
    staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 23Jan31; LP1921.

  ANYTHING FOR A THRILL. (A World of Sports) Bray Pictures Corp. 1934. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Ford Bond.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Sep34; MP5009.

  ANYTHING GOES. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 10 reels, sd. From the
    play by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse.

    Credits: Producer, Benjamin Glazer; director, Lewis Milestone; music
    and lyrics, Cole Porter; additional songs, Leo Robin, Richard A.
    Whiting, Frederick Hollander, Hoagie Carmichael, Edward Heyman;
    editor, Eda Warren.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 30Jan36; LP6100.

  ANYTHING ONCE. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph De Grasse; story, Isola Forester, Mann
    Page; scenario, William Parker.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 20Sep17; LP11440.

  ANYTHING ONCE. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 31Dec26; LU23489.

  L'APACHE. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Adele Buffington; director, Joseph DeGrasse; adaptation,
    John Lynch; picturized by R. Cecil Smith.

    © Thomas H. Ince; 12Sep19; LP14192.

  THE APACHE. 1929. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Cohn; director, Philip Rosen; story, Ramon
    Romero; screenplay, Harriet Hinsdale.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Feb29; LP90.

  AN APACHE DOG'S SAGACITY. © 1914.

    © George Kleine (Société Cinématographies Eclipse, author); title,
    descr. & 48 prints, 30Jan14; LU2060.

  THE APACHE KID. Winkler. 1930. 1 reel, sd. Adapted from the cartoon
    character by George Herriman.

    Credits: Animation, Ben Harrison, Manny Gould; musical score, Joe De
    Nat.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Oct30; MP2021.

  THE APACHE RAIDER. 1928. 6 reels. From the story "The Border Raider"
    by W. D. Hoffman.

    Credits: Adaptation, Ford I. Beebe.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 24Jan28; LP24909.

  THE APACHE'S DAUGHTER. Duskes, G.m.b.H., Berlin. © 1914.

    © Louis Gerö (Duskes, G.m.b.H., author); title, descr. & 48 prints,
    9Mar14; LU2342.

  AN APACHE'S GRATITUDE. © 1913.

    Credits: Written and produced by William Duncan.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (William Duncan, author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 1Aug13; LU1058.

  THE APACHES OF PARIS. Ufa. Presented by Ufa Films, Inc. 1929. 7 reels.
    Adapted from the novel "Les Innocents" by Francis Carco.

    Credits: Director, Nicholas Malikoff; scenario, Robert Reinert.

    © World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 14Jun29; LP458.

  THE APACHES REVENGE. SEE The Penalty of Folly.

  APARTMENT HUNTING. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1929.
    2 reels.

    Credits: Thomas Gray.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 8Mar29; LP208.

  APARTMENT HUNTING. SEE George Fisher and Honey Hurst in Apartment
    Hunting.

  APARTMENT 29. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and adapted by Edward Montagne; director, Paul
    Scardon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 31Mar17; LP10485.

  APARTMENT WANTED. Century. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Alf T. Goulding.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Jun22; LP18028.

  APHIDS. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Erpl Picture Consultants, Inc.; 3Apr33; MP4205.

  THE APPEARANCE OF EVIL. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Laurence C. Windom; story, Horace Hazeltine
    [pseud. of Charles Stokes Wayne]; scenario, Clara S. Beranger.

    © World Film Corp. (Horace Hazeltine, author); title & descr.,
    18Oct18; 194 prints, 11Oct18; LU12978.

  APPEARANCES. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Edward Knoblock; director, Donald Crisp; adaptation,
    Margaret Turnbull.

    © Famous Players-Lasky British Producers, Ltd.; 14Jun21; LP16669.

  APPLAUSE. 1930. Si. & 7,357 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Rouben Mamoulian; story, Beth Brown; adaptation,
    Garrett Fort.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 3Jan30; LP969.

  THE APPLE; or, MAKING ROSA STYLISH. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marston.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Inez Thompson, author); 8Jul14;
    LP2987.

  AN APPLE A DAY. (Lloyd Hamilton Comedy) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry J. Edwards; story, Francis J. Martin, James
    Mulhauser.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Sep31; LP2470.

  APPLE BUTTER. (Chronicles of Bloom Center) 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Sidney Smith.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Maibelle Heikes Justice, author); 8Jan16;
    LP7427.

  APPLE SAUCE. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 24Jun23; LP19196.

  APPLESAUCE. SEE Brides Are Like That.

  THE APPLE-TREE GIRL. 1917. 5 reels. Based on the novel by George
    Weston.

    Credits: Director, Alan Crosland.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 28Sep17; LP11484.

  APPLES OF SODOM. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Bannister Merwin.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 28May13; LP802.

  APPLES TO YOU! (Hal Roach Comedy) (All Star Comedy) 1934. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Leigh Jason; music score, William Jason, Val
    Burton; music director, Arthur Kay; film editor, William Terhune.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Corp.; 3Apr34; LP4604.

  THE APPLICANT. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Jimmy Aubrey, Charles Avery; story. Bud Ross.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Sep21; LP16960.

  APPLIED ROMANCE. Beauty. © 1915.

    Credits: Director, Archer MacMackin.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Flora B. Snyder, author); title, descr. &
    82 prints, 12Jul15; LU5786.

  THE APPRENTICE. SEE The Horrors of War.

  L'APRÈS-MIDI D'UN FAUNE (AFTERNOON OF A FAUN). (Musical Moods) 1934. 1
    reel, sd. Based on the musical score by Claude Achille Debussy.

    Credits: Orchestra director, Hans Lange.

    © Audio Productions, Inc. (Malvina Hoffman, author); 11Jan34;
    LP4499.

  APRIL FOLLY. 1919.

    Credits: Story, Cynthia Stockley.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 31Dec19; LP14754.

  APRIL FOOL. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, John K. Holbrook; story, Leopold D. Wharton.

    © Wharton, Inc.; title & descr., 26Oct18; 122 prints, 30Oct18;
    LU12996.

  APRIL FOOL. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 12May24; LU20177.

  APRIL ROMANCE. Presented by Alliance Films, Ltd. 1936. 8 reels, sd.,
    b&w. Based on the music of Franz Schubert.

    Credits: Director, Paul L. Stein; screenplay, dialogue, and lyrics,
    Franz Schulz, John Drinkwater, Roger Burford, G. H. Clutsam; film
    editor, Leslie Norman; music director, Idris Lewis; music adapted
    and composed by G. H. Clutsam.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp. (Alliance Films, Ltd., author); 22Dec36;
    LP6870.

  APRIL SHOWERS. Presented by B. P. Schulberg. 1923. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, Tom Forman; written and adapted by
    Hope Loring, Louis D. Lighton.

    © Preferred Pictures, Inc.; 4Sep23; LP19377.

  APRIL SHOWERS. (Fable, no. 419) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Jun29; MP307.

  APRON STRINGS. SEE The Virtuous Husband.

  AQUA-RHYTHM. (The Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Eaton; narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 24Nov39; MP9776.

  AQUABATS. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrated by Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 13Aug37; MP7701.

  AQUATIC ARTISTRY. (Sports Parade Subject) 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, David Miller; explanatory remarks by Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 2Jun36; MP6569.

  THE ARAB. © 1915. A picturization of the play by Edgar Selwyn.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Edgar Selwyn and Cecil B.
    De Mille, authors); title, descr. & 33 prints, 9Jun15; LU5502.

  THE ARAB. 1924. 8 reels. From the play by Edgar Selwyn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Distributing Corp.; 16Jul24; LP20401.

  THE ARAB. SEE One Stolen Night.

  ARABIA. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Story, Lynn Reynolds, Tom Mix; scenario and direction, Lynn
    Reynolds; edited and titled by Hettie Grey Baker.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 19Nov22; LP19209.

  ARABIA AND THE BABY. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Oscar Eagle.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Chris Lane, author); title, descr. & 31
    prints, 28Jun13; LU879.

  ARABIA TAKES THE HEALTH CURE. © 1913.

    Credits: Oscar Eagle.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Chris Lane, author); title, descr. & 32
    prints, 17Apr13; LU613.

  ARABIA, THE EQUINE DETECTIVE. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Oscar Eagle.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Chris Lane, author); title, descr. & 25
    prints, 3Apr13; LU555.

  AN ARABIAN KNIGHT. © 1920.

    © Haworth Pictures Corp. (Gene Wright, author); title, descr. & 255
    prints, 15Jul20; LU15354.

  ARABIAN KNIGHTS. (Slim Summerville Comedy) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Stephen Roberts; story, Francis J. Martin, James
    Mulhauser.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Mar31; LP2066.

  ARABIAN LOVE. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jerome Storm; story and scenario, Jules Furthman.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 9Apr22; LP17824.

  ARABIAN NIGHTS. SEE Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp.

  THE ARABIAN SHRIEKS. 1932. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story, Harry W. Conn, Aubrey
    Scotto.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 5Mar32; LP2901.

  ARABIAN TIGHTS. (A Charley Chase Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1933.
    2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Editor, William Terhune.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 8May33; LP3859.

  ARABIANTICS. SEE Felix the Cat in Arabiantics.

  ARABIA'S LAST ALARM. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tom Buckingham.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 2Nov23; LP19654.

  ARABS WITH DIRTY FEZZES. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Victor McLeod, James Miele.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Jul39; MP9548.

  ARBOR DAY. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Our Gang Comedy) 1936. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, Fred Newmeyer; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 9Apr36; LP6273.

  ARCADE VARIETIES. Nu-Atlas Productions. Mentone. Presented by RKO
    Radio Pictures, Inc. 1939. 11 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald; dialogue, Alan Wilson;
    orchestrations, Jack Schaindlin.

    © Milton Schwarzwald; 12May39; MP9432.

  THE ARCHAEOLOGIST. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Virginia Whitmore, author); title, descr.
    & 90 prints, 11Nov14; LU3726.

  ARCHIE AND THE BELL-BOY. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Alice Williams.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Oct13; LP1427.

  ARCHIE GOTTLER—HIS SONGS ARE IN MILLIONS OF HOMES. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 27Aug28; MP5307.

  ARCHITECTURAL CEYLON. 1916. 1/4 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co.; 18Nov16; MP763.

  THE ARCTIC. (A Walter Futter Novelty) Columbia. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Walter A. Futter; written and spoken by John P.
    Medbury.

    © The Futter Corp., Ltd.; 12Sep34; MP4989.

  ARCTIC ANTICS. (Silly Symphony) (Walt Disney Comic) Presented by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walter E. Disney; 12Jul30; MP1715.

  ARE ALL MEN ALIKE? 1920. 6 reels. Based on the novel "The Waffle Iron"
    by Arthur Stringer.

    Credits: Director, Philip E. Rosen; adaptation, A. P. Younger.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 8Nov20; LP15773.

  ARE BLOND MEN BASHFUL? © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 11Dec24; LU20890.

  ARE BRUNETTES SAFE? © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 37
    prints, 14Jan27; LU23535.

  ARE CROOKS DISHONEST? Rolin Film Co. 1918.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., Inc., author); title, descr.
    & 13 prints, 8Jun18; LU12504.

  ARE HUSBANDS HAPPY? (Speed Comedy) Reggie Morris Productions, Inc.
    1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reggie Morris.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 17Mar22; LP17652.

  ARE HUSBANDS HUMAN? © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 2Apr25; LU21306.

  ARE HUSBANDS PEOPLE? 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Herman; story, E. V. Durling, W. H.
    Woodmansee, Pinto Colvig.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 20Mar28; LP25118.

  ARE MARRIED POLICEMEN SAFE? (Sunshine Comedies) 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Production, supervision, story, and scenario, Henry
    Lehrman; director, Richard Jones.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 20Jan18; LP11981.

  ARE PARENTS PEOPLE? Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1925. 6,586 ft. From the story by Alice Duer Miller.

    Credits: Director, Malcolm St. Clair; screenplay, Frances Agnew.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 5Jun25; LP21538.

  ARE PARENTS PICKLES? © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 6Nov25; LU21976.

  ARE SCOTCHMEN TIGHT? 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Direction and story, Neal Burns.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 1Mar29; LP177.

  ARE THESE OUR CHILDREN? 1931. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Sarecky; story and direction,
    Wesley Ruggles; adaptation and dialogue, Howard Estabrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 2Nov31; LP2598.

  ARE WAITRESSES SAFE? (Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedies) 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Victor Heerman.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 11Sep23; LP19405.

  ARE WE CIVILIZED? 1934. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Edwin Carewe; story and dialogue, Harold Sherman.

    © Raspin Productions, Inc.; 20Apr34; LP4648.

  ARE YOU A FAILURE? Presented by B. P. Schulberg. 1923. 5,700 ft.

    Credits: Producer and director, Tom Forman; story, Larry Evans;
    scenario, Eve Unsell.

    © Preferred Pictures, Inc.; 20Feb23; LP18894.

  ARE YOU A GOOD WILLER? © 1934. Filmstrip, 52 frames.

    © Standard Brands, Inc. (Standard Brands, Inc., employer for hire of
    Russell W. Varney, author); title, descr. & 52 prints, 22Aug34;
    MU4936.

  ARE YOU A STEVE BRODIE BEHIND THE WHEEL? © 1934. Filmstrip, 54 frames.

    © Standard Brands, Inc. (Standard Brands, Inc., employer for hire of
    Russell W. Varney, author); title, descr. & 54 prints, 5Feb34;
    MU4556.

  ARE YOU AN ELK? Special Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: King Baggot; producer, Henry McRae Webster.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co.; 14Oct16; LP9324.

  ARE YOU LISTENING? 1932. 8 reels, sd., b&w. From the novel by J. P.
    McEvoy.

    Credits: Director, Harry Beaumont; adaptation, Dwight Taylor; film
    editor, Frank Sullivan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 23May32; LP3046.

  ARE YOU LIVING OR JUST EXISTING? Rothacker Film Mfg. Co. 1918. 1 reel.

    © Chicago Transfer & Clearing Co. (Jacques Byrne, author); 4May18;
    LP12375.

  ARE YOU MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR TIME? © 1935.

    © Standard Brands, Inc. (Russell W. Varney, Standard Brands, Inc.
    employer for hire, author); title, descr. & 58 prints, 27Jul35;
    MU5759.

  ARE YOU MY DOUBLE? © 1926.

    © Ralph B. Staub; title, 28Jul26; descr. & 25 prints, 3Aug26;
    MU3530.

  ARE YOU THERE? 1930. 5,000 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Hamilton MacFadden; story, Harlan Thompson;
    editor, Al Degaetano.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 27Oct30; LP1701.

  AREN'T WE ALL? 1932. 8 reels. From the play by Frederick Lonsdale.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lachman; adaptation, Gilbert Wakefield,
    Basil Mason.

    © Afgar Corp.; 22Jul32; LP3162.

  AREN'T WE ALL? SEE A Kiss in the Dark.

  ARGENTINA. 1933. 968 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (C. A. Morrison, author); 13Mar33;
    MP4503.

  ARGENTINE ARGOSY. (Along the Road to Romance on the Magic Carpet of
    Movietone) 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Editor, Lew Lehr.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Nov35; MP5981.

  ARGENTINE LOVE. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, Allan Dwan; story, Vicente Blasco
    Ibanez; scenario, Gerald Duffy; adaptation, John Russell.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 2Dec24; LP20844.

  THE ARGONAUTS OF CALIFORNIA, 1849. © 1916.

    © Grafton Publishing Film Co. (Edw. L. Grafton, author); title,
    descr. & 614 prints, 26Jun16; LU8584.

  THE ARGYLE CASE. 1917. 7 reels. From the play by Harriet Ford and
    Harvey J. O'Higgins, written with the cooperation of William J.
    Burns.

    Credits: Director, Ralph W. Ince; scenario, Frederic Chapin, Ralph
    W. Ince.

    © Robert Warwick Film Corp.; 6Feb17; LP10153.

  THE ARGYLE CASE. 1929. 9 reels. From the play by Harriet Ford and
    Harvey J. O'Higgins, written with the cooperation of William J.
    Burns.

    Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton; adaptation, Harvey Thew.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Jul29; LP535.

  THE ARGYLE CASE. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Aug29; MP513.

  ARIANE. 1931. 9 reels. From the novel by Claude Anet [pseud. of Jean
    Schopfer].

    Credits: Director, Paul Czinner; story, Claude Anet.

    © Pathe Cinema, S. A. and Blue Ribbon Photoplays, Inc. (Nerofilm,
    A.G., author); 20Feb31; LP4146.

  THE ARID SOUTHWEST. 1929. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 15Feb29;
    MP6.

  THE ARISTOCRATS. SEE Born and Lawrence in The Aristocrats.

  ARIZONA. 1918. 5 reels. Adapted from the play by Augustus Thomas.

    Credits: Director, Albert Park.

    © Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corp.; 9Dec18; LP13159.

  ARIZONA. 1931. 7 reels, sd. Based on the play by Augustus Thomas.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; adaptation and dialogue, Robert
    Riskin; continuity, Dorothy Howell; film editor, Gene Milford.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Jun31; LP2311.

  ARIZONA AMES. SEE Thunder Trail.

  ARIZONA BOUND. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Waters; story, Richard Allen Gates;
    scenario, John Stone, Paul Gangelin; adaptation, Marion Jackson.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 9Apr27; LP23859.

  THE ARIZONA CAT CLAW. © 1919.

    Credits: Producer, Leon T. Osborne; director, William Bertram;
    story, Charles Mortimer Peck.

    © World Film Corp. (Charles Mortimer Peck, author); title & descr.,
    23Oct19; 352 prints, 27Oct19; LU14371.

  THE ARIZONA CYCLONE. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edgar Lewis; story and continuity, William
    Lester.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Oct27; LP24566.

  ARIZONA DAYS. Presented by Edward L. Alperson. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Finney; director, Jack English; story and
    supervision, Lindsley Parsons; screenplay, Sherman L. Lowe.

    © Grand National Films, Inc.; 2Feb37; LP6965.

  THE ARIZONA EXPRESS. 1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Thomas Buckingham; story, Lincoln J. Carter;
    scenario, Fred Jackson, Robert N. Lee.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 13Mar24; LP19989.

  THE ARIZONA GUNFIGHTER. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, A. W. Hackel; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story, Harry F. Olmsted; screenplay, George H. Plympton; film
    editor, S. Roy Luby.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Sep37; LP7461.

  THE ARIZONA KID. Presented by William Fox. 1930. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Alfred Santell; story and dialogue,
    Ralph Block; film editor, Paul Weatherwax.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 12Apr30; LP1257.

  THE ARIZONA KID. 1939. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, Joseph Kane; original
    story, Luci Ward; screenplay, Luci Ward, Gerald Geraghty; film
    editor, Lester Orlebeck; music director, Cy Feuer.

    © Republic Pictures Corp. (Republic Productions, Inc., author);
    29Sep39; LP9159.

  ARIZONA LEGION. 1939. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, David Howard; story,
    Bernard McConville; screenplay, Oliver Drake; editor, Frederic
    Knudtson; music director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Jan39; LP8624.

  ARIZONA MAHONEY. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 6 reels. Based on
    the novel "Stairs of Sand" by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Robert Yost, Stuart
    Anthony.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 4Dec36; LP6766.

  ARIZONA NIGHTS. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Ingraham; story, Stewart Edward White;
    adaptation and continuity, Hal Conklin.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 10Jun27; LP24188.

  THE ARIZONA RAIDERS. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 6 reels. Based
    on the novel "Raiders of Spanish Peaks" by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Robert Yost, John
    Krafft.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 26Jun36; LP6445.

  THE ARIZONA ROMEO. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edmund Mortimer; story and scenario, Charles
    Kenyon.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 28Dec24; LP20973.

  THE ARIZONA STREAK. F. B. O. 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert De Lacy; story, F. A. E. Pine; continuity,
    Lanier Bartlett.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 7Mar26; LP22493.

  THE ARIZONA SWEEPSTAKES. Universal-Jewel. 1925. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Clifford S. Smith; story, Charles Logue.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Oct25; LP21886.

  ARIZONA TO BROADWAY. 1933. 6,033 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; original screenplay, William
    Conselman, Henry Johnson; editor, Louis Loeffler.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 16Jun33; LP3961.

  ARIZONA WHIRLWIND. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Carl Krusada, author); title, descr. & 89
    prints, 5Mar27; LU23725.

  THE ARIZONA WILDCAT. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, R. William Neill; story, Adela Rogers St. Johns;
    scenario, John Stone.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 7Nov27; LP24643.

  THE ARIZONA WILDCAT. 1939. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Frances Hyland, Albert Ray; director, Herbert I. Leeds;
    screenplay, Barry Trivers, Jerry Cady; music director, Samuel
    Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Feb39; LP8728.

  AN ARIZONA WOOING. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wm. MacLeod Raine, author); 26Apr15; LP5172.

  THE ARIZONIAN. 1935. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer. Cliff Reid; director, Charles Vidor;
    story and screenplay, Dudley Nichols; editor, Jack Hively; music
    director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 28Jun35; LP5678.

  THE ARK ANGEL. SEE The Rowdy.

  THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, George Arthur; director, Alfred Santell; story,
    Jack Cunningham; screenplay, Viola Brothers Shore, George Sessions
    Perry; film editor, Paul Weatherwax.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 14Oct38; LP8349.

  ARLEIGH FILM SLIDES: 125 MAPS FOR GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY. 1927.
    Filmstrip.

    © Mabel W. Arleigh; 1Dec27; MP5042.

  ARLINE'S CHAUFFEUR. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 18Oct15; LP6708.

  THE ARM OF THE LAW. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Edward Alexander.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Edward Alexander, author); title, descr. & 39
    prints, 18Feb15; LU4479.

  ARMED INTERVENTION. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Flora B. Snyder, author); title, descr. &
    52 prints, 4Dec13; LU1722.

  ARMIES OF THE WORLD. (Adventures of the Newsreel Cameraman) 1935. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Editor, Lew Lehr.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 9Aug35; MP6251.

  ARMORED CAR. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, E. M. Asher; director, Lewis R. Foster;
    original story, William A. Pierce; screenplay, Lewis R. Foster,
    Robert N. Lee; film editor, Frank Gross.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Jun37; LP7197.

  ARMS AND LEGS. (Sport Pictorial) 1921. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Eaton; editor, Grantland Rice.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 8Dec21; MP2079.

  ARMS AND THE GIRL. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Kaufman; story, Grant Stewart, Robert
    Baker; scenario, Charles E. Whittaker.

    © Famous Players Film Co.; 3Oct17; LP11494.

  ARMS AND THE GIRL. SEE The Heart Raider.

  ARMS AND THE WOMAN. © 1916.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (George Fitzmaurice, author); title, descr. &
    214 prints, 17Jul16; LU8717.

  ARMSTRONG'S WIFE. © 1915.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Margaret Turnbull, author);
    title, descr. & 15 prints, 29Oct15; LU6805.

  ARMY GIRL. 1938. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; director, George
    Nicholls, Jr.; story, Charles L. Clifford; screenplay, Barry
    Trivers, Samuel Ornitz; film editor, William Morgan; music score,
    Alberto Colombo.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jul38; LP8212.

  THE ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL GAME. 1930. Presented by Columbia Films. 1930.
    100 ft., 16 mm.

    © Francis C. Wood, Jr.; 27Dec30; MP2203.

  THE ARNAUT BROTHERS (JOHNE AND RENE) IN THE FAMOUS LOVING BIRDS. 1927.
    1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Jul27; MP4169.

  ARNOLD JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Dec37; LP7678.

  AROUND BATTLE TREE. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Oscar Eagle.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Hettie Gray Baker, author); title, descr. &
    25 prints, 2Sep13; LU1188.

  AROUND CORNERS. 1921. 2 reels.

    © Century Film Corp.; 28Oct21; LP17136.

  AROUND MALAYSIA. (A Walter Futter Novelty) Columbia. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Written and spoken by John P. Medbury.

    © The Futter Corp., Ltd.; 19Oct34; MP5126.

  AROUND THE CALENDAR. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Dec33; MP4492.

  AROUND THE CLOCK. (Broadway Brevities) 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story, Cyrus Woods.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Feb34; LP4486.

  AROUND THE CORNER. Powers. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Le Viness; scenario, L. V. Jefferson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Jul15; LP5985.

  AROUND THE CORNER. 1930. Si. & 69 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, Bert Glennon; story and
    dialogue, Jo Swerling; film editor, Gene Milford.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17May30; LP1309.

  AROUND THE EQUATOR ON ROLLER SKATES. 1932. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision and dialogue, Albert DeMond.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Jul32; LP3136.

  AROUND THE FAIR WITH BURTON HOLMES. (A Century of Progress) 1933. 1
    reel.

    © Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T. Cowling, author); 15Jun33;
    MP4245.

  AROUND THE FAIR WITH BURTON HOLMES. (A Century of Progress Exposition)
    New Version. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T. Cowling, author); 15Sep33;
    MP4341.

  AROUND THE SAMOVAR. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

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

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 27Feb31; LP2009.

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

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Terry, Moser & Coffman; 4Oct31; LP2701.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHT MINUTES. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, A. Dorian Otvos, Stanley
    Rauh.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Jun33; LP3924.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTEEN DAYS. Universal Special. 1922-23. 2 reels
    each.

    Credits: Directors, Reaves Eason, Robert F. Hill; story, Robert
    Dillon; scenario, George Bronson Howard, Frank Howard Clark.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    1. The Wager. © 14Nov22; LP18412.

    2. Wanted by the Police. © 17Nov22; LP18427.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.

    3. The Apaches of Paris. © 18Nov22; LP18461.

    4. The Man who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo. © 25Nov22; LP18455.

    5. Sands of Doom. © 9Dec22; LP18474.

    6. The Living Sacrifice. © 15Dec22; LP18528.

    7. The Dragon's Claws. © 23Dec22; LP18536.

    8. A Nation's Peril. © 5Jan23; LP18560.

    9. Trapped in the Clouds. © 10Jan23; LP18576.

    10. The Brink of Eternity. © 18Jan23; LP18594.

    11. The Path of Peril. © 25Jan23; LP18620.

    12. The Last Race. © 31Jan23; LP18639.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN 18 MINUTES. 1932. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision and dialogue, Albert DeMond.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27May32; LP3057.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY MINUTES WITH DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. 1931. 8
    reels.

    © The Elton Corp. (Douglas Fairbanks, author); 18Nov31; LP2723.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN HALF AN HOUR. (Happy Hooligan) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 31 prints,
    9Jun17; LU10923.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN TEN MINUTES. Joker. 1915. Split reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Mar15; LP4791.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN THE PATH OF SPRINGTIME. 1924. 1 reel.

    © John B. Manning; 29Jul24; MP2642.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN THE SPEEJACKS. 1923. 7 reels.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 30Oct23; MP2339.

  AN ARRANGEMENT WITH FATE. Laemmle. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Lloyd; scenario, Ruth Ann Baldwin.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Mar15; LP4695.

  ARREST BULLDOG DRUMMOND! Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on "The Final Count" by H. C. (Sapper) McNeile.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Stuart Palmer; film
    editor, Stewart Gilmore.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 25Nov38; LP8452.

  ARRESTED FOR LIFE. © 1923.

    © Angela Murray Gibson; title & descr., 25Oct22; 176 prints.
    22Jan23; LU18606.

  THE ARRIVAL OF JOSIE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lee Beggs.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Kenneth S. Webb, author); 9Jul14;
    LP2986.

  THE ARRIVAL OF PERPETUA. © 1915.

    © World Film Corp. (R. H. Cochran, author); title, descr. & 126
    prints, 29Mar15; LU4844.

  ARROWSMITH. United Artists. 1932. 11 reels, sd. Based upon the novel
    by Sinclair Lewis.

    Credits: Director, John Ford; adaptation, Sidney Howard; musical
    score, Alfred Newman.

    © Samuel Goldwyn; 16Jan32; LP2812.

  ARSENE LUPIN. © 1916. From the play by Maurice Leblanc and Francis de
    Croisset.

    Credits: Adapted and produced by George Loane Tucker.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co., Ltd., author); title, descr. &
    37 prints, 6Jun16; LU8429.

  ARSENE LUPIN. 1917. 6 reels.

    Credits: Paul Potter; director, Paul Scardon; adaptation, Garfield
    Thompson.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 20Feb17; LP10242.

  ARSENE LUPIN. 1932. 9 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by Maurice Le
    Blanc and Francis de Croisset.

    Credits: Director, Jack Conway; screenplay, Carey Wilson; dialogue,
    Bayard Veiller, Lenore Coffee; film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 8Feb32; LP2827.

  ARSENE LUPIN RETURNS. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 8 reels,
    sd., b&w. Based on the characters created by Maurice Le Blanc.

    Credits: Producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; director, George
    Fitzmaurice; original story and screenplay, James Kelvin McGuinness,
    Howard Emmett Rogers, George Harmon Coxe.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 3Feb38; LP7808.

  ARSON GANG BUSTERS. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Herman Schlom; director, Joe Kane;
    original screenplay, Alex Gottlieb, Norman Burnstine; additional
    dialogue, Joseph Hoffman; film editor, Edward Mann; music director,
    Alberto Colombo.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Mar38; LP7997. (See also Arson Racket
    Squad; 22Mar38; LP8037)

  ARSON RACKET SQUAD. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Herman Schlom; director, Joe Kane;
    original screenplay, Alex Gottlieb, Norman Burnstine; additional
    dialogue, Joseph Hoffman; film editor, Edward Mann; music director,
    Alberto Colombo.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Mar38; LP8037. (See also Arson Gang
    Busters; 22Mar38; LP7997)

  ART ACHES. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jack Cunningham; director, W. W. Beaudine.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Mar17; LP10303.

  ART AND MEANS FOR PIANO TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTION. © 1931. 2 reels.

    © Marie von Unschuld-Lazard; title, descr. & 55 prints, 27Apr31;
    MU2518.

  THE ART BUG. (James Montgomery Flagg's Girls You Know) 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Jack Eaton.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 12Apr18; LP12309.

  ART FOR A HEART. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Elaine Sterne; directors, Wilfred North, Willie Van.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 19Jan14; LP2167.

  ART FOR ART'S SAKE. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ben Cohn; producer, Eddie Lyons, Lee Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 15Jul16; LP8711.

  ART FOR ART'S SAKE. (Aesop's Fable, no. 9) (The Little King) 1934. 1
    reel. Based on "The Little King" cartoon by O. Soglow.

    Credits: Director, George Stallings; animation, Jim Tyer.

    © Van Beuren Corp.; 18May34; MP4800.

  ART FOR HEART'S SAKE. SEE Felix the Cat in Art for Heart's Sake.

  ART GALLERY. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 1 reel, sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Producer, Hugh Harman.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 23May39; LP9097.

  ART IN THE RAW. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Louis Brock; story and direction, Harry Sweet;
    screenplay, Ben Holmes, Walter Weems; film editor, Daniel Mandell.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Feb33; LP3898.

  ART JARRETT; Nick Kenny's radio thrills with radio stars. 1932. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Producer, Rowland Brice; director, Monte Brice; story,
    William Rowland, Arthur Jarrett, Sr.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Nov32; LP3431.

  THE ART OF FRENCH DRY CLEANING AND DYEING INDUSTRY. © 1915.

    © Frederick Augustus Archambault; title, descr. &. 39 prints,
    4May15; MU317.

  THE ART OF RUG WEAVING. Presented by Mohawk Carpet Mills. 1930.
    Filmstrip, 72 frames.

    © Rowland Rogers Picture Service, Inc. (Rowland Rogers, author);
    30Sep30; MP2344.

  THE ART OF SELLING. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    © Visual Service Co., Inc. (Edyth Fletcher Hayter, author); 15May36;
    MP6956.

  THE ART OF WRITING; its origin and progress. © 1914.

    © Underwood Typewriter Co. (H. O. Blalsdell & J. Kapfer, author);
    title, descr. & 5 prints, 25Jul14; MU213.

  ART TROUBLE. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Staub; story, Jack Henley, Dolph Singer.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Jul34; LP4848.

  AN ARTFUL ARTIST. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur D. Hotaling.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 24Aug15; LP6186.

  ARTHUR & MORTON HAVEL IN PLAYMATES. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corporation; 30Apr29; MP151.

  ARTHUR BYRON AND COMPANY IN A FAMILY AFFAIR. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Jan29; MP5771.

  ARTHUR PAT WEST IN SHIP AHOY. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Mar29; MP5955.

  ARTHUR TRUMAN'S WARD. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (A. M. Taft, author); 28Nov14;
    LP3865.

  ARTHUR'S DESPERATE RESOLVE. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: E. J. Clawson; producer, William Garwood.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Aug16; LP8947.

  ARTHUR'S LAST FLING. Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Rupert Julian.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 4Feb16; LP7566.

  ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA. (Melody Master) 1939. 10 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Apr39; MP9340.

  ARTIE SHAW'S CLASS IN SWING. (A Paramount Headliner) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; continuity, Justin Herman.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 8Sep39; MP9634.

  ARTIE, THE MILLIONAIRE KID. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Handworth.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (George Ade, author); 31Mar16;
    LP7984.

  ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Loucks & Norling, Inc.; 23Sep27; MP4327.

  THE ARTIST. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Summerville.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 4Feb23; LP19081.

  THE ARTIST AND THE BRUTE. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Otto Breitkreutz, author); title, descr. & 31
    prints, 31Jan13; LU324.

  THE ARTIST AND THE VENGEFUL ONE. Victor. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Harry C. Myers.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Apr15; LP5051.

  ARTISTIC CHINA AND JAPAN AS SEEN BY DR. DORSEY. Powers. 1917. 1/2
    reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Mar17; MP874.

  ARTISTIC ENEMIES. National Film Corp. of America. Released through
    Goldwyn Distributing Corp. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mark Goldaine; story, Harry Wulze.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp. (National Film Corp. of America, author);
    14Nov20; LP16197.

  ARTISTIC INTERFERENCE. Imp. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Anna D. Williams; producer, Lucius Henderson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Jan16; LP7538.

  ARTISTIC MIMICRY. SEE Bruce Bowers in Artistic Mimicry.

  ARTISTS AND MODELS. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lewis E. Gensler; director, Raoul Walsh; story,
    Sig Herzig, Gene Thackrey; adaptation, Eve Greene, Harlan Ware;
    screenplay, Walter DeLeon, Francis Martin; film editor, Ellsworth
    Hoagland.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 12Aug37; LP7346.

  ARTISTS AND MODELS ABROAD. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 10 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: J. P. McEvoy; producer, Arthur Hornblow; director, Mitchell
    Leisen; original story, Howard Lindsay, Russel Crouse; screenplay,
    Howard Lindsay, Russel Crouse, Ken Englund; film editor, Doane
    Harrison; musical numbers by LeRoy Prinz.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 30Dec38; LP8530.

  THE ARTIST'S MODEL. Societa Italiana Celio, Italy. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Celio, author); title, descr. & 52
    prints, 18Dec13; LU1821.

  THE ARTIST'S MODEL. (James Montgomery Flagg's Girls You Know) 1918. 1
    reel, color.

    Credits: Director, Jack Eaton.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 11Feb18; LP12057.

  THE ARTIST'S MODEL. (Pen and Ink Vaudeville) 1924. 1 reel.

    Credits: Earl Hurd.

    © Hurd Productions, Inc.; 10Dec24; LP20876.

  AN ARTIST'S MUDDLE. Rainbow. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21May20; LP15154.

  ARTIST'S MUDDLES. 1933. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Harry J. Edwards; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Phil Whitman, Ewart Adamson.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 29Jan33; LP3818.

  THE ARTIST'S REVERIE. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Frank Cambria.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 1Aug30; LP1458.

  THE ARYAN. © 1916.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (C. Gardner Sullivan, author); title, descr. &
    415 prints, 13Apr16; LU8062.

  THE ARYAN. 1916. 5 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (C. Gardner Sullivan, author); 9Apr16;
    LP10843.

  AS A FATHER SPARETH HIS SON. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Huntley.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); title, descr. & 60
    prints, 11Oct13; LU1378.

  AS A MAN SOWS, SO SHALL HE REAP; or, AN ANGEL OF THE SLUMS. © 1915.

    © Ideal Film Service, Inc. (Barker's Motion Photography, Ltd.,
    author); title, descr. & 36 prints, 4Sep15; LU6276.

  AS A MAN THINKETH (SO HE IS). Beauty. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Frank Cooley, author); title & descr.,
    25Nov14; 73 prints, 27Nov14; LU3837.

  AS A MATTER OF FACT. 1936. For the RCA Mfg. Co. 1 reel, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 31Jan36; MP6190.

  AS A TALE THAT IS TOLD. SEE Under the Daisies.

  AS FATE DECIDES. Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: M. De La Parelle; producer, Rupert Julian.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Feb16; LP7597.

  AS GOOD AS MARRIED. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, E. M. Asher; director, Edward Buzzell;
    original story, Norman Krasna; screenplay, F. Hugh Herbert, Lynn
    Starling.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3May37; LP7114.

  AS HUSBANDS GO. 1933. 7,300 ft., sd. From the play by Rachel Crothers.

    Credits: Director, Hamilton MacFadden; screenplay, Sonya Levien;
    additional dialogue, Sam Behrman.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 11Nov33; LP4295.

  AS IN A DREAM. Rex. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: L. V. Jefferson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18May16; LP8314.

  AS IN A LOOKING GLASS. © 1913.

    © Monopol Film Co. (S. E. V. Taylor, author); title & descr.,
    11Mar13; 31 prints, 15Feb13; LU477.

  AS IN A LOOKING GLASS. © 1916.

    Credits: Director, Frank H. Crane.

    © World Film Corp. (F. C. Philipps, author); title & descr.,
    13Mar16; 291 prints, 28Mar16; LU7939.

  AS IT HAPPENED. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 2Jul15; LP5723.

  AS IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co. (Dell Henderson, author); title, descr. & 41 prints,
    7Feb14; LU2106.

  AS MAN DESIRES. 1925. 8 reels. From the novel "Pandora La Croix" by
    Gene Wright.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; adaptation and supervision, Earl
    Hudson; scenario, Marion Orth.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 5Jan25; LP20983.

  AS MAN MADE HER. Presented by William A. Brady. © 1917. Title changed
    from "Her Higher Destiny."

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud; story, Helen Beare.

    © World Film Corp. (Helen Beare, author); title, descr. & 154
    prints, 13Mar17; LU10357.

  AS MEN LOVE. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, E. Mason Hopper; story, Lois Zellner; scenario,
    Adele Harris.

    © J. C. Ivers; 12Mar17; LP10403.

  AS MODERN AS TODAY. © 1933. B&w, 35 mm.

    © The Chicago Daily News; title, descr. & 5 prints, 22Aug33; MU4222.

  AS NO MAN HAS LOVED. 1925. 8 reels. Based on "The Man Without a
    Country" by Edward Everett Hale.

    Credits: Director, Rowland V. Lee; adaptation and scenario, Robert
    N. Lee.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 22Mar25; LP21272.

  AS OLD AS TIME. © 1934.

    © Standard Brands, Inc. (Standard Brands, Inc., employer for hire of
    Russell W. Varney, author); title, descr. & 47 prints, 25Sep34;
    MU5003.

  AS OTHERS SEE US. Metro-Drew. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 19Nov17; LP11726.

  AS THE CANDLE BURNED. Imp. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directed and written by Joseph Le Brandt.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Aug16; LP8987.

  AS THE CROWS FLY. 1933. 19 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Harry J. Edwards; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Jack Townley.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 5Feb33; LP3816.

  AS THE DEVIL COMMANDS. 1932. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Roy William Neill; story, Keene Thompson;
    screenplay, Jo Swerling.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Dec32; LP3497.

  AS THE EARTH TURNS. 1934. 8 reels. Based on the novel by Gladys Hasty
    Carroll.

    Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green; screenplay, Ernest Pascal.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7May34; LP4542.

  AS THE SHADOWS FALL. Gold Seal. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, William Worthington; story, Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Dec15; LP7258.

  AS THE SUN WENT DOWN. 1919. 6 reels. Adapted from the stage drama by
    George D. Baker.

    Credits: Director, E. Mason Hopper; adaptation, George D. Baker.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 10Feb19; LP13405.

  AS THE TOOTH CAME OUT. 1913.

    Credits: Mark Swan.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Jul13; LP958.

  AS THE TWIG IS BENT. 1915. 3,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Wilbert Melville.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Julian Louis Lamothe author); 17Nov15; LP6983.

  AS WE FORGIVE. © 1927. 2 reels.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (O. L. Seller, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 31May27; LU24027.

  AS YE SOW. © 1914. Based on the William A. Brady production of the
    play by John M. Snyder.

    © World Film Corp. (John M. Snyder, author); title & 198 prints,
    23Dec14; descr., 31Dec14; LU4114.

  AS YE SOW. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Burton L. King.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Leo D. Maloney & Leo Pierson, authors);
    20Oct16; LP9362.

  AS YOU DESIRE ME. 1932. 7 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by Luigi
    Pirandello.

    Credits: Producer, George Fitzmaurice; adaptation and dialogue, Gene
    Markey; film editor, George Hively.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 24Jun32; LP3104.

  AS YOU LIKE IT. SEE Love in a Wood.

  AS YOU MIKE IT. (H. C. Witwer Record Breaker Series) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Herman.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 22Sep29; LP727.

  AS YOU WERE. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Al Santell; story, Eleanor Fried.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Aug19; LP14137.

  THE ASBURY PARK MURDER MYSTERY. (William J. Burns Detective Mysteries)
    1930. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, G. C. Reid; story, adaptation, and dialogue,
    Russell Matson.

    © George Clifford Reid; 21Dec30; LP2132.

  THE ASCENSION OF KING'S PEAK; known as Koenigspitze. Rex. 1917. 1/4
    reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Feb17; MP854.

  THE ASCENT OF THE MATTERHORN. (Paramount-Burlingham Adventure
    Pictures) 1919. 1 reel.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 21Nov19; MP1476.

  ASEGURE A SU MUJER! (INSURE YOUR WIFE!) 1935. 8 reels, sd. Based on
    the story by Julio Escobar.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; screenplay, Enrique Jardiel
    Poncela, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan; music director, Sam Kaylin;
    songs, Ernesto Piedra, Troy Sanders, Raúl Roulien.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 20Jan35; LP5273.

  ASHAMED OF PARENTS. 1921. 6 reels. From the story "What Children Will
    Do" by Charles K. Harris.

    © Warner Brothers; 21Nov21; LP17220.

  ASHAMED OF THE OLD FOLKS. Victor. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Produced and written by Matt Moore.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 7Aug16; LP8887.

  ASH-CAN ALLEY. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; director, Dick Smith.

    © L-KO Motion Picture Kompany; 11Jan18; LP11938.

  THE ASH CAN FLEET. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 989 ft.,
    sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Fred Zinnemann; original screenplay, Herman
    Hoffman; film editor, Harry Komer; music, C. Bakaleinikoff, D.
    Amfitheatrof.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 8Sep39; LP9284.

  ASHENDEN. SEE Secret Agent.

  ASHES. Gold Seal. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Robert F. Hill.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Nov16; LP9608.

  ASHES. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producer, William Wolbert.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (William E. Wing, author); 8Jun16;
    LP8480.

  ASHES OF DESIRE. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Borzage; story, Sam Small, Jr.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 1Aug19; LP14560.

  ASHES OF GOLD. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, J. Le Saint.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Gilson Willets, author); 20Mar15; LP4783.

  ASHES OF HOPE. 1917. 5 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Thomas H. Ince, author); 9Oct17; LP11902.

  ASHES OF INSPIRATION. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 10Aug15; LP6071.

  ASHES OF LOVE. Presented by Graphic Film Corp. © 1918.

    © Ivan Abramson; title & descr., 13Aug18; 335 prints, 15Aug18;
    LU12746.

  ASHES OF REMEMBRANCE. Rex. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Produced and written by Allan J. Holubar.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Sep16; LP9135.

  THE ASHES OF REVENGE. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Harold Shaw.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (R. C. Carton [pseud. of Richard Claude
    Critchett] & Bannister Merwin, authors); title, descr. & 27 prints,
    19Aug15; LU6133.

  ASHES OF THREE. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title & descr., 25Jul13; 124 prints,
    28Jul13; LU1021.

  ASHES OF VENGEANCE. First National. 1923. 10 reels. Based on the story
    by H. B. Somerville [pseud. of Ina Violet McComas]

    Credits: Direction and adaptation, Frank Lloyd.

    © Joseph M. Schenck; 30Aug23; LP19346.

  ASHES ON THE HEARTHSTONE. (Is Marriage Sacred?) 1917. 26 min.

    Credits: Charles Mortimer Peck; director, E. H. Calvert.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 10Feb17; LP10170.

  ASK DAD. (Cameo Comedy) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sam Newfield.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 16Feb27; LP23678.

  ASK DAD. (Educational-Coronet Talking Comedy) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Joseph A. Jackson; supervision, Sidney Brennecke; director,
    Hugh Faulcon.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 17Apr29; LP356.

  ASK DADDY. 1923. 3 reels.

    Credits: Scenario, David S. Beyer.

    © National Safety Council (David S. Beyer, author); 1Oct23; MP2336.

  ASK FATHER. Rolin Film Co. © 1918.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 17Dec18; LU13149.

  ASK GRANDMA. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 2Apr25; LU21304.

  ASK ME ANOTHER. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Isador Schwartz; 7Mar27; MP4036.

  ASK UNCLE SOL. Educational Films Corp. of America. Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1937. 999 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Raymond Kane; story, Arthur Jarrett, Marcy
    Klauber.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 8Oct37; LP7487.

  ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 24Sep23; LU19445.

  ASLEEP IN THE FEET. (Hal Roach Pitts-Todd Comedy) 1933. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; editor, Louis McManus.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 13Mar33; LP3715.

  ASSASSIN OF YOUTH. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leo J. McCarthy; director, Elmer Clifton;
    original story, Leo J. McCarthy, Elmer Clifton; screenplay, Elmer
    Clifton, Charles A. Brown.

    © Leo J. McCarthy; 15Nov37; LP7582.

  THE ASSAYER OF LONE GAP. © 1915.

    Credits: Director, Reeves Eason.

    © American Film Co., Inc. (Grace Everson, author); title, descr. &
    100 prints, 13Sep15; LU6354.

  THE ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER'S PREDICAMENT. © 1914.

    © Pathé Frères (Bioscope Co., author); title, descr. & 54 prints,
    1Jun14; LU2780.

  ASSISTANT WIVES. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 2Sep27; LU24348.

  AN ASSISTED PROPOSAL; or, THE DIFFICULTIES OF A BASHFUL COWBOY. ©
    1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Chester Withey, author); title, descr. &
    42 prints, 17Nov13; LU1603.

  ASSISTING ANANIAS. SEE Fools of Fortune.

  ASSORTED BABIES. U. F. A., Germany. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Editor, Edward Bowes.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 14Sep27; MP4361.

  ASTHORE. © 1917. Based on the song.

    © Cosmofotofilm Co., Inc. (Ideal Film Renting Co., Ltd., author);
    title, descr. & 22 prints, 23Oct17; LU11617.

  ASTRAY FROM THE STEERAGE. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Powell.

    © Mack Sennett; 24Apr21; LP16544.

  ASTRONOMEOWS. SEE Felix the Cat in Astronomeows.

  AT A COUNTY FAIR. (A Walter Futter Novelty) Columbia. 1934. 810 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Walter A. Futter; written and spoken by John P.
    Medbury.

    © The Futter Corp., Ltd.; 5Dec34; MP5170.

  AT A PREMIUM. Metro-Drew. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Epes Winthrop Sargent; producer and director, Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 23Sep16; LP9176.

  AT A TALKIE STUDIO. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Basil Smith.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Oct29; LP819.

  AT BAY. © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères; title, descr. & 197 prints, 3Dec15; LU7113.

  AT BEAR TRACK GULCH. 1912. 1 reel.

    Credits: R. P. Janette.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 27Dec12; LP238.

  AT CROSS PURPOSES. Societe Italiana Cines, Rome. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societe Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 94
    prints, 2Sep13; LU1190.

  AT CROSS PURPOSES. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); title, descr. &
    28 prints, 26Dec13; LU1856.

  AT DEVIL'S GORGE. (Edmund Cobb, no. 2) 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ashton Dearholt; story and scenario, Daniel F.
    Whitcomb.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 22Oct23; LP19525.

  AT EASE. (Hamilton Comedies) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 12Sep27; LP24397.

  AT FIRST SIGHT. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Leonard; story, George Middleton.

    © Famous Players Film Co.; 27Jun17; LP11011.

  AT FIRST SIGHT. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 14Dec23; LU19715.

  AT HIS OWN TERMS. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Giblyn; scenario, Calder Johnstone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Mar15; LP4619.

  AT HOME. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray Cozine.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 9Aug30; LP1481.

  AT HOME IN THE WATER. 1912. 1 reel.

    Credits: G. C. Corsan.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Oct12; LP32.

  AT IT AGAIN. National Film Corp. of America. Released through Goldwyn
    Distributing Corp. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mark Goldaine.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp. (National Film Corp. of America, author);
    26Dec20; LP16194.

  AT IT AGAIN. (Mermaid Comedies) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack White; written and directed by Norman
    Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 7May28; LP25210.

  AT LARGE. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert North Bradbury; story and scenario, Harvey
    Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Jul22; LP18092.

  AT LAST WE ARE ALONE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, N. MacGregor.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Will M. Hough, author); 14Apr14; LP2587.

  AT MIDNIGHT. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Gordon V. May, author); title, descr. & 55
    prints, 4Dec13; LU1716.

  AT MIDNIGHT. 1913.

    Credits: Mark Swan.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Jul13; LP943.

  AT NAPOLEON'S COMMAND. © 1912.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 46
    prints, 29Nov12; LU143.

  AT PINEY RIDGE. 1916. 5 reels. From the stage play by David K.
    Higgins.

    Credits: Director, William Robert Daly; adapted & picturized by
    Gilson Willets.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (David K. Higgins, author); 8Apr16; LP8049.

  AT SEA ASHORE. (A Hal Roach Comedy) 1936. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, William Terhune; film editor, Ray Snyder.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 21Jul36; LP6499.

  AT SWORDS' POINTS. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Arthur F. Statter; director, Al Sautell.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Feb18; LP12105.

  AT THE BALL GAME. SEE Leo Carillo ... in At the Ball Game.

  AT THE BANQUET TABLE. Imp. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, George A. Lessey; scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Apr15; LP5123.

  AT THE BARN. SEE Two Weeks.

  AT THE BASKET PICNIC. © 1912.

    © Biograph Co. (Frank E. Woods, author); title, descr. & 92 prints,
    30Oct12; LU70.

  AT THE BEACH. (A McDougall Alley Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Joe Rock.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 29Dec26; LP23482.

  AT THE BEACH INCOGNITO. Joker. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Allen Curtis; scenario, Clarence G. Badger.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Sep15; LP6273.

  AT THE BINGVILLE BOOSTERS BARBECUE. Joker. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Allen Curtis; scenario, Ben Cohn, Clarence G.
    Badger.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Jun15; LP5542.

  AT THE CHURCH FESTIVAL. SEE Dick Henderson in At the Church Festival.

  AT THE CIRCUS. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 9 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Mervyn LeRoy; director, Edward Buzzell;
    screenplay, Irving Brecher; film editor, William H. Terhune; music
    director, Franz Waxman; music, Harold Arlen.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 10Oct39; LP9173.

  AT THE COUNT OF TEN. Metro-Drew. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles Brown, Margaret Cameron.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 30Mar16; LP7973.

  AT THE CROSSING. © 1914. 1 reel.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 32 prints, 12Jan14; LU1935.

  AT THE DAMASCUS GATE OF OLD JERUSALEM. (Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel
    Picture) 1922. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 15Jan22;
    MP2093.

  AT THE DENTIST'S. (George Le Maire Comedies) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Robert T. Kane; director, Basil Smith.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 25Jun29; LP490.

  AT THE EDGE OF THINGS. © 1915.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 84 prints, 14Jun15;
    LU5550.

  AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Edwin Balmer, author); title, descr. & 42
    prints, 2Feb14; LU2074.

  AT THE END OF A PERFECT DAY. © 1914. 2 reels.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (C. J. Harris, author); title & descr.,
    14Aug14; 109 prints, 15Aug14; LU3189.

  AT THE END OF A PERFECT DAY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co., 12Jan15; LP4186.

  AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW. © 1916.

    © K & R Film Co., Inc. (Pierce Kingsley, author); title, descr. & 24
    prints, 14Jan16; LU7415.

  AT THE END OF THE WORLD. 1921. 6 reels. From the play by Ernest Klein.

    Credits: Director, Penrhyn Stanlaws; scenario, Edfrid A. Bingham;
    adaptation, Adelaide Heilbron.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 20Sep21; LP16973.

  AT THE FLOOD-TIDE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Guy Oliver; scenario, Wallace C. Clifton.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 10Jul15; LP5808.

  AT THE FOOT OF THE SCAFFOLD. © 1913.

    ** © American Kineto Corporation; title, descr. & 26 prints,
    10Jul13; LU917.

  AT THE FRONT. (Horace in Hollywood Series) Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story and direction, Edward I. Luddy.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Dec28; LP25892.

  AT THE GATE. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Monte Brice.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 29Nov29; LP878.

  AT THE GATE OF SIN. Great Northern. © 1916.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S; title, descr. & 106 prints, 17Feb16;
    LU7656.

  AT THE HALF-BREED'S MERCY. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title & descr., 25Jul13; 40 prints,
    28Jul13; LU1017.

  AT THE HEADWATERS OF THE DALALVEN; the river of the Valley of Sweden.
    1916. Split reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (A. Morgenstein, author); 10Jun16; MP640.

  AT THE MASK-BALL. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Norval MacGregor; scenario, Malcolm Douglas.

    © The Selig Polyscope Co. (Malcolm Douglas, author); 19Apr15;
    LP5069.

  AT THE MASQUERADE BALL. 1912. 1 reel.

    Credits: Screenplay, M. B. Havey.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 3Oct12; LP19.

  AT THE MERCY OF FATE. SEE Lost Memory.

  AT THE MERCY OF MEN. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Miller; scenario, Paul West.

    © Select Pictures Corp.; 11Apr18; LP12308.

  AT THE MIKE. Mentone. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Oct34; LP4989.

  AT THE NIGHT CLUB. (A Laemmle Movietone) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Feb29; MP5822.

  AT THE OLD STAGE DOOR. Rolin Film Co. © 1919.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 6May19; LU13674.

  AT THE PARTY. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Nov27; MP4492.

  AT THE PARTY. SEE Bud Harris and Frank Radcliffe in At the Party.

  AT THE PICNIC. (Happy Hooligan) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 12 prints,
    16Oct17; LU11564.

  AT THE POINT OF A GUN. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Kull; story, Dorothy Rockfort; scenario,
    Anthony W. Coldeway.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Sep19; LP14220.

  AT THE POTTER'S WHEEL. © 1914. 35 mm.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Lorimer Johnston, author); title, descr. &
    48 prints, 22Jan14; LU2009.

  AT THE RACES. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; story, Jack Henley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Oct34; LP5007.

  AT THE RINGSIDE. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 7Jun21; LU16647.

  AT THE RISK OF HER LIFE. © 1913.

    © P. P. Craft (Cosmopolitan Film Co., author); title, descr. & 22
    prints, 11Mar13; LU476.

  AT THE RISK OF HER LIFE. © 1914. 2,550 feet.

    © Cosmopolitan Film Co., Ltd. (Neue Film, G.m.b.H., author); title,
    descr. & 30 prints, 22May14; LU2745.

  AT THE RISK OF HIS LIFE. © 1913.

    © International Feature Film Co. (Plerce Kingsley, author); title,
    descr. & 104 prints, 2Jan13; MU26.

  AT THE RISK OF HIS LIFE. 1914. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Santschi.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 2Sep14; LP3300.

  AT THE ROAD'S END. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 4Sep15; LP6286.

  AT THE SIGN OF THE JACK O'LANTERN. Renco Film Co. Presented by H.J.
    Reynolds. 1922. 5,193 ft. From the story by Myrtle Reed.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Ingraham; scenario, David Kirkland;
    adaptation, Lloyd Ingraham, David Kirkland.

    © W. W. Hodkinson Corp.; 21Feb22; LP17587.

  AT THE SIGN OF THE LOST ANGEL. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Rollin S. Sturgeon.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Grace Adele Pierce, author); 5Sep13;
    LP1328.

  AT THE STAGE DOOR. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Christy Cabanne.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 11Dec21; LP17365.

  AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD, ALASKA. 1916. 1/4 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Nov16; MP767.

  AT THE TORRENT'S MERCY. © 1916.

    Credits: Producer, O. H. Martinek.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (British & Colonial Kinematograph Co., Ltd.,
    author); title, descr. & 46 prints, 4Jan16; LU7344.

  AT THE TRANSFER CORNER. 1914. 1,000 ft.

    Credits; Producer, Norval MacGregor.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); 10Sep14; LP3503.

  AT THE WAILING WALL. (Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Picture) 1921. 1
    reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc.; (Burton Holmes, author); 13Nov21;
    MP2068.

  AT THE WHEEL. © 1913.

    © Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 72 prints, 16Oct13; LU1408.

  AT THE ZOO. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 5Mar25; MU2926.

  AT YALE. SEE Hold 'Em Yale.

  AT YOUR SERVICE. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr30; MP1466.

  AT YOUR SERVICE. (An Oswald Cartoon), Snappy. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Story and lyrics, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Jul35; MP5717.

  AT YOUR SERVICE MADAME. (Merrie Melodies) 1936. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, I. Freleng;
    animation, Don Williams, Cal Dalton; music, Norman Spencer.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Oct36; MP6885.

  THE ATHLETE. Snappy. (Pooch the Pup Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animated and directed by Walter Lantz and William Nolan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Aug32; MP3470.

  ATHLETIC AMBITIONS. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Tom Mix, author); 23Oct15; LP6734.

  ATHLETIC AND PHYSICAL CULTURE SERIES. 1915. 1 reel each. © Selig
    Polyscope Co.

    1. © 25Mar15; MP299.

    2. © 26Mar15; MP301.

  ATHLETIC DAZE. (Sport Champions) 1932. 948 ft.

    Credits: Director, Ray McCarey; explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 23Feb32; MP3111.

  THE ATHLETIC FAMILY. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Stratton.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (William C. Jacobs, author); 16Nov14;
    LP3788.

  ATHLETIC ODDITIES. (Adventures of the Newsreel Cameraman) 1938. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; editor, Lew Lehr.

    © Twentieth-Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Nov38; MP8895.

  ATHLETIC YOUTH. (News World of Sports) 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrative by Jack Kofoed; described by Ford Bond.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 26Jul38; MP8611.

  ATLANTIC. 1930. 8,213 ft., sd. Adapted from the play "The Berg" by
    Ernest Raymond.

    Credits: Producer and director, E. A. Dupont; music, John Reynders.

    © British International Pictures, Ltd.; 1Oct30; LP1632.

  ATLANTIC ADVENTURE. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Albert S. Rogell; story, Diana Bourbon;
    screenplay, John T. Neville, Nat N. Dorfman; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Aug35; LP5701.

  ATLANTIC FLIGHT. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, William Berke; director, William Nigh;
    screenplay, Scott Darling, Erna Lazarus.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 23Aug37; LP7403.

  ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION HOUSEKEEPING. © 1934.

    © Atlantic Refining Co.; title & descr., 1Sep34; 3 prints, 16Aug34;
    MU4991.

  ATLANTIC 12-POINTS OF SERVICE. © 1934.

    © Atlantic Refining Co.; title & descr., 1Sep34; 3 prints, 16Aug34;
    MU4992.

  L'ATLANTIDE. SEE

    Lost Atlantis.

    Missing Husbands.

  ATLANTIS. © 1913. A dramatization of the novel by Gerhardt Hauptmann.

    © Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 262 prints, 17Dec13; LU1873.

  ATMOSPHERIC GRADATION. SEE The Work of the Atmosphere.

  ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Kodak Co. (George W. Hoke, author); 10Feb28; MP4933.

  THE ATONEMENT. © 1913.

    © Nordisk Film Co.; title, descr. & 64 prints, 31Mar13; LU527.

  THE ATONEMENT (BUESSER DER SCHULD). Treuman-Larsen Vertriebs,
    G.m.b.H., Berlin. © 1914.

    © Jacques Greenzweig (Viggo Larsen, author); title, descr. & 33
    prints, 27Apr14; LU2600.

  ATONEMENT. © 1917.

    Credits: Louis Mercanton, Rene Hervil; director, Louis Mercanton.

    © World Film Corp. (Louis Mercanton, author); title & descr.,
    14May17; 164 prints, 16May17; LU10777.

  ATONEMENT. Humphrey Pictures, Inc. © 1919. Suggested by "The Corpse"
    by Leo Tolstoy.

    Credits: Director, William Humphrey; scenario, George Edwards Hall,
    William Humphrey.

    © Pioneer Feature Film Corp. (Humphrey Pictures, Inc., author);
    title & descr., 25Aug19; 614 prints, 22Aug19; LU14120.

  ATTA BABY. (Educational-Juvenile Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Jack White; director, Charles Lamont.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 16May27; LP23968.

  ATTA BOY. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Charles Horan & Alf Goulding, authors);
    title, descr. & 119 prints, 4Oct26; LU23179.

  THE ATTACK FOR 1940. The Jam Handy Organization. Presented by Buick. ©
    1939. B&w, 35 mm.

    © Buick Motor Div., General Motors Sales Corp. (Jam Handy Picture
    Service, author); title & descr., 5Sep39; 66 prints, 8Sep39; MU9631.

  ATTENTION SUCKERS. (An Oddity) 1934. 915 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Jack Cummings; explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 9May34; MP4749.

  THE ATTIC ABOVE. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (E. Mason Hopper, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 19Feb14; LU2179.

  ATTIC OF TERROR. (Your True Adventures) 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; screenplay, Ira Genet.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Oct37; LP7499.

  THE ATTIC PRINCESS. Big U. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, George Cochrane; story and scenario, Calder
    Johnstone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24May16; LP8346.

  THE ATTORNEY FOR THE DEFENSE. 1915. 3,000 ft.

    Credits: Story, Edwin Balmer; adaptation, Harry Chandlee.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co.; 19Jan15; LP4253.

  ATTORNEY FOR THE DEFENSE. 1932. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; story, J. K. McGuinness;
    adaptation and dialogue, Jo. Swerling; film editor, Gene Havelick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3May32; LP3014.

  THE AUCTION BLOCK. 1917. 7 reels. Based on a story by Rex Beach.

    Credits: Director, Lawrence Trimble; scenario, Gil Spear.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 17Nov17; LP11718.

  THE AUCTION BLOCK. 1926. 7 reels. From the novel by Rex Beach.

    Credits: Director, Hobart Henley; scenario, Frederic and Fanny
    Hatton.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; 1Mar26; LP22467.

  AUCTION OF SOULS. 1922. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Oscar Apfel; scenario, Frederic Chapin.

    ** © Associated First National Pictures, Inc.; 7Feb22; LP17531.

  THE AUCTION OF VIRTUE. Art Drama. © 1917.

    Credits: Producer, Herbert Blaché; story, Joseph Poland.

    © U. S. Amusement Corp.; title & descr., 10Oct17; 281 prints,
    11Oct17; LU11525.

  THE AUCTION SALE OF RUN-DOWN RANCH. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Tom Mix; scenario, Cornelius Shea.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Cornelius Shea, author); 11Sep15; LP6404.

  THE AUCTIONEER. 1927. 6 reels. Based on the play by Charles Klein and
    Lee Arthur, and the stage production by David Belasco.

    Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green; scenario, L. G. Rigby, John
    Stone.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 16Jan27; LP23669.

  AUDIOSCOPIKS. 1935. 755 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producers, J. F. Leventhal, J. A. Norling; commentator,
    Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 26Dec35; MP6075.

  THE AUDITION. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 3Jul33; LP3987.

  AUDIVIS ANIMATED READING. Presented by Research Pictures. © 1939. B&w,
    16 mm.

    © Maurice M. Dalton; title, 12Jun39; descr., 10Jun39; 1 reel,
    13Jun39; MU9514.

  AUDREY. © 1916.

    © Famous Players Film Co. (Hugh Ford, author); title, descr. & 26
    prints, 17Mar16; LU7840.

  AUF WIEDERSEHEN. SEE Six Hours To Live.

  DIE AUGEN DES OLE BRANDIS. SEE The Eyes of Ole Brandis.

  AUGUST WEEK-END. 1936. 7 reels, sd. From the story by Faith Baldwin.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; adaptation and screenplay, Paul
    Perez.

    © Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corp.; 23Apr36; LP6296.

  AULD ROBIN GRAY. © 1918. A song-picture based on the ballad.

    © Cosmofotofilm Co., Inc. (Ideal Film Renting Co., author); title,
    descr. & 20 prints, 21Jan18; LU11974.

  AUNT ELSA'S VISIT. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles M. Seay.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 28Feb13; LP430.

  AUNT JEMIMA, THE ORIGINAL FUN FLOUR MAKER, ACCOMPANIED BY ART SORENSON
    AT THE PIANO [SINGING] A. ETHEL LEVEY'S VIRGINIA SONG [and others].
    1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Jul27; MP4166.

  AUNT MARY. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Santschi.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 29Mar15; LP4882.

  AUNT TABITHA. © 1922. From a poem by Oliver Wendell Holmes.

    Credits: Photographed and produced by Angela M. Gibson.

    © Angela Murray Gibson; title, descr. & 8 prints, 2Feb22; MU2106.

  AUNTIE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Burton King.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Temple Bailey, author); 21Feb14; LP2219.

  AUNTIE'S ANTE. (Cameo Comedy) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sam Newfield.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 2May27; LP23912.

  AUNTIE'S MISTAKE. (Dorothy Devore Comedies) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack White; director, Charles Lamont.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 17Feb29; LP268.

  AUNTIE'S PORTRAIT. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Sam Smiles, author); 11Dec14; LP3954.

  AUNT'S IN THE PANTS. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brook; director, Mark Sandrich; story and
    dialogue, Mark Sandrich, Johnny Grey; film editor, Ted Cheesman.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 21Nov30; LP1767.

  AUNTS, TOO MANY. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (F. C. Gribbin, author); title, descr. & 41 prints,
    11Oct13; LU1382.

  AUNTY AND THE GIRLS. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Apr13; LP652.

  AURIOLE CRAVEN OFFERS: A. SUPPOSE I HAD NEVER MET YOU [and others].
    1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Brian Foy.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 13Sep27; MP4301.

  AURORA FLOYD. 1915. 2 reels. Adapted from the play of the same name.

    © Biograph Co.; 2Mar15; LP4583.

  AURORA'S FLIGHT. © 1937. Sd., color.

    © Melitta Brunner; title, descr. & 8 prints, 13May37; MU7411.

  THE AUTHOR. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Al St. John.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 29Apr23; LP19149.

  THE AUTHOR. SEE Walter Weems & Co.

  AUTO ANTICS. (Our Gang Comedy) Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939.
    1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Roy Brickner.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 26Jul39; LP9094.

  THE AUTO BANDIT'S CAPTURE. SEE Reformation.

  THE AUTO CLINIC. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Allen Rose; animation,
    Harry Love; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 28Feb38; MP8212.

  AUTO-INTOXICATION. 1931. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Albert Ray; story, Edwin Burke.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 23Oct31; LP2581.

  AUTO SUGGESTION; or THE CRIME OF ANOTHER. © 1913.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 34
    prints, 12Apr13; LU589.

  AUTO SUGGESTION. (Krazy Kat) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Ben Harrison, Manny Gould.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 6Jul29; MP393.

  AUTOBUYOGRAPHY. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; story and direction, Al Boasberg; film
    editor, George Crone.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Mar34; LP4571.

  THE AUTOCRAT OF FLAPJACK JUNCTION. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Frank Thomas, author); 29Aug13; LP1171.

  THE AUTOGRAPH HUNTER. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) Presented by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Harry Love; animation,
    Allen Rose, Preston Blair; musical score, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 23Jan34; MP4523.

  AUTOMANIACS. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. G. Blystone.

    © Century Comedies; 11Sep17; LP11403.

  THE AUTOMATIC HOUSE. 1915. 1 reel.

    **© Gaumont Co.; 19Jan15; LP4260.

  AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM CONTROL OF AIRPLANE HANGAR FIRES. Films of
    Commerce, Inc. 1931. 3 reels.

    Credits: Signal Corps of the U. S. Army; re-edited and titled by
    Films of Commerce, Inc.

    © National Automatic Sprinkler Association (Films of Commerce, Inc.,
    author); 1Nov31; MP2922.

  THE AUTOMOBILE. 1929. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 15Feb29;
    MP8.

  AUTOMOBILE IGNITION. Bray Pictures Corp. © 1920.

    © North East Electric Co. (George R. Fessenden, author); title,
    descr. & 12 prints, 29Jul20; MU1673.

  AN AUTOMOBILE—ITS PRINCIPLE AND OPERATION. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 5Mar27; MP3845.

  AUTOMOBILE LUBRICATION. © 1939. Sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Harold Isbell.

    © Standard Oil Co., an Indiana Corp. (Carl G. Kustner, author);
    title, descr. & 3 prints, 26Jun39; MU9491.

  AUTUMN. Red Feather. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by O. A. C. Lund.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co.; 26Feb16; LP7712.

  AUTUMN. (A Walt Disney Silly Symphony Comic) 1930. 1 reel.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Mar30; MP1332.

  THE AVALANCHE. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1919. 2 reels. Based on the
    novel by Gertrude Atherton.

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

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 20Jun19; LP13880.

  AVALANCHE. 1928. 6 reels. From the story by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Director, Otto Brower; story, J. Walter Ruben, Sam Mintz.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 9Nov28; LP25814.

  AVALANCHE; an Epic of Mont Blanc. 1932. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Arnold Fanck.

    © First Anglo Corp.; 2Mar32; LP2907.

  AVARICE. Imp. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Leslie T. Peacocke.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Jan17; LP10064.

  AVE MARIA. © 1913.

    © Apex Film Co. (Charles Decroix, author); title, descr. & 50
    prints, 21Nov13; LU1641.

  AVENGED BY A FISH. L-Ko. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Sep15; LP6399.

  THE AVENGER. © 1916.

    Credits: Martin Jörgensen, Louis Levy.

    © A.-B. Svenska Biografteatern Filmfabriken; title, descr. & 75
    prints, 29Jul16; LU8799.

  THE AVENGER. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Leon D. Kent.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Julian Louis Lamothe, author); 6Jun16; LP8436.

  THE AVENGER. 1931. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy William Neill; story, Jack Townley;
    adaptation and dialogue, George Morgan; film editor, Ray Snyder.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Mar31; LP2043.

  THE AVENGER. 1933. 8 reels, sd. From the novel by John Goodwin [pseud.
    of Sidney Floyd Gowing].

    Credits: Director, Edward L. Marin; adaptation, Brown Holmes;
    dialogue, Tristram Tupper.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 25Oct33; LP4275.

  THE AVENGER. SEE The Crime in the Tunnel.

  THE AVENGERESS. SEE Carouge the Ghoul.

  THE AVENGING ARROW. © 1921. © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Ben B. Cohen,
    author).

    Credits: Arthur Preston Hankins.

    1. The Vow of Mystery. © title, descr. & 60 prints, 23Feb21;
    LU16159.

    2. The Enemy Strikes. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Feb21; LU16160.

    3. The Hand of Treachery. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Feb21;
    LU16161.

    4. A Life in Jeopardy. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Feb21;
    LU16162.

    5. The Message Stone. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Feb21; LU16163.

    6. The Midnight Attack. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Feb21;
    LU16164.

    7. The Double Game. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 14May21; LU16535.

    8. The Strange Pact. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 14May21; LU16536.

    9. The Auction Block. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 14May21; LU16537.

    10. Outwitted. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 14May21; LU16538.

    11. Dangerous Waters. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 14May21; LU16539.

    12. The House of Treachery. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 14May21;
    LU16540.

    13. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 2Jun21; LU16621.

    14. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 2Jun21; LU16620.

    15. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 7Jun21; LU16652.

  AVENGING BILL. 1915. Split reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes Winthrop Sargent, author); 23Aug15; LP6169.

  AVENGING FANGS. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (George Pyper, author); title, descr. & 81
    prints, 10May27; LU23949.

  THE AVENGING RIDER. 1928. 6 reels. From the story "Dancing Hoofs" by
    Adele Buffington.

    Credits: Director, Wallace W. Fox; screenplay, Frank Howard Clark;
    film editor, Della M. King.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 7Oct28; LP25925.

  THE AVENGING SEA. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 17May15; LP5318.

  THE AVENGING SHADOW. Fred J. McConnell Productions. 1928. 4,293 ft.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; story and continuity, Bennett Cohen.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 18Apr28; LP25166.

  THE AVENGING SHOT. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 28Dec15; LP7301.

  THE AVENGING TRAIL. Yorke Film Corp. 1917. 5 reels. From the novel
    "Gaston Olaf" by Henry Oyen.

    Credits: Supervision, Fred J. Balshofer; director, Francis Ford;
    scenario, Mary Murillo.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 22Dec17; LP11865.

  AVENGING WATERS. 1936. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Spencer Gordon Bennet; story and screenplay, Nate
    Gatzert; film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 10Apr36; LP6295.

  AVERAGE HUSBAND. (Educational's Talking Comedies) Presented by Mack
    Sennett. 1930. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Earle Rodney, Vernon Smith, Jack Jevne.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 7Sep30; LP2122.

  THE AVERAGE WOMAN. 1924. 6 reels. Suggested by a Saturday Evening Post
    story by Dorothy De Jagers.

    Credits: Director, William Christy Cabanne.

    © Burr Pictures, Inc.; 10Feb24; LP19920.

  THE AVIATOR. Vitaphone. 1929. 7 reels. From the play by James
    Montgomery.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay and dialogue, Robert
    Lord, Arthur Caesar.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Nov29; LP872.

  THE AVIATOR. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Sep29; MP711.

  AVIATOR. SEE Going Wild.

  AVIATOR SHORTY. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Commentary, Justin Herman; narrator, Marty May.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 23Jul37; MP7654.

  AN AVIATOR'S LOVE AFFAIR. © 1914.

    © Film Releases of America, Inc. (Dekage Films, author); title,
    descr. & 42 prints, 9Mar14; LU2288.

  AW NURSE. (A Scrappy Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp.
    1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Sid Marcus; animation, Art
    Davis; musical score, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 24Mar34; MP4654.

  THE AWAKENING. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 55 prints, 16Jan13; LU269.

  THE AWAKENING. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (James Oliver Curwood, author);
    12Apr15; LP5018.

  THE AWAKENING. Presented by William A. Brady. © 1917. Title changed
    from "The Beast."

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud.

    © World Film Corp. (E. J. De Varny, author); title & descr.,
    27Nov17; 307 prints, 30Nov17; LU11768.

  THE AWAKENING. United Artists. 1928. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Frances Marion; producer and director, Victor Fleming;
    scenario, Carey Wilson.

    © Samuel Goldwyn; 5Dec28; LP25887.

  THE AWAKENING HOUR. 1915. 3 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 6May15; LP5230.

  THE AWAKENING OF A MAN. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Bannister Merwin.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Aug13; LP1151.

  THE AWAKENING OF BARBARA DARE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Catherine Carr, author); 3Apr14; LP2452.

  THE AWAKENING OF BILL BROWN, M. P. © 1928. 2,400 ft.

    © William Robert Marshall; title, descr. & 5 prints, 2Feb28; MU4700.

  THE AWAKENING OF HELENA MINOR. Metro-Drew. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Helena Laughton; producer, Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 13Mar17; LP10379.

  THE AWAKENING OF HELENA RICHIE. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Margaret Deland; director, John W. Noble.

    © Rolfe Photoplays, Inc.; 14Dec16; LP9723.

  AWAKENING OF JIM BURKE. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story and screenplay, Michael
    Simmons; film editor, John Rawlins.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3May35; LP5537.

  THE AWAKENING OF PATSY. (Little Stories of Real Life) Victor. 1915. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Jacques Jaccard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Dec15; LP7091.

  THE AWAKENING OF RUTH. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward H. Griffith; story, Lucien Hubbard.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 11Sep17; LP11388.

  AWAY GOES PRUDENCE. Paramount-Artcraft. Produced by Adolph Zukor.
    1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, John S. Robertson; story, Josephine Lovett;
    scenario, Kathryne Stuart.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 29Jun20; LP15330.

  THE AWFUL ADVENTURES OF AN AVIATOR. 1915. Split reel.

    Credits: Producer, Norval MacGregor; story, Roy L. McCardell.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Roy L. McCardell, author); 21Aug15; LP6207.

  AN AWFUL BULL. (Star Comedy) 1921. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ward Hayes; story, Ward Hayes, Frank Kingsley.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Jun21; LP16686.

  THE AWFUL GOOF. 1939. 1,539 ft.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, John Grey.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Dec39; LP9290.

  THE AWFUL TOOTH. (A Hal Roach Comedy) (Our Gang Comedy) 1938. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Nate Watt; film editor, William Ziegler.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 26May38; LP8062.

  THE AWFUL TRUTH. Presented by Elmer Harris. Released by Producers
    Distributing Corp. 1925. 6 reels. From the play by Arthur Richman.

    Credits: Production and adaptation, Elmer Harris; director, Paul
    Powell.

    © Peninsula Studios, Inc.; 23Apr25; LP21392.

  THE AWFUL TRUTH. 1929. 8 reels. Based on the play by Arthur Richman.

    Credits: Supervision, Maurice Revnes; director, Marshall Neilan;
    dialogue director, Rollo Lloyd; adaptation, Arthur Richman, Horace
    Jackson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 9Nov29; LP844.

  THE AWFUL TRUTH. 1937. 10 reels, sd. Based on the play by Arthur
    Richman.

    Credits: Producer and director, Leo McCarey; screenplay, Vina
    Delmar; film editor, Al Clark; music, Ben Oakland; music director,
    Morris Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 15Oct37; LP7497.

  AXE ME ANOTHER. (A Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Seymour Kneitel,
    Roland Crandall.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Aug34; MP4937.

  AXELLE. SEE Surrender.

  AY TANK AY GO. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, John Grey.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 8Dec36; LP6763.

  THE AZTEC TREASURE. © 1914.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 41 prints, 10Aug14; LU3172.

  THE AZURE SHORE. SEE The Rush Hour.



                                   B


  B. SEE The Rail Rider.

  BABBITT. 1924. 8 reels. From the novel by Sinclair Lewis.

    Credits: Director, Harry Beaumont; adaptation, Dorothy Farnum.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 4Jun24; LP20275.

  BABBITT. First National Productions Corp. 1934. 8 reels, sd. Based on
    the novel by Sinclair Lewis.

    Credits: Director, William Keighley; screenplay, Mary McCall, Jr;
    adaptation, Tom Reed, Niven Busch; additional dialogue, Ben Markson;
    film editor, Jack Killifer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec34; LP5175.

  BABBLING BOOK. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story, George N. Burns.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 17Mar32; LP2925.

  BABBLING TONGUES. Big U. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Murdock MacQuarrie; scenario, George E. Hall.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Dec15; LP7269.

  BABE COMES HOME. 1927. 6 reels. From the story "Said with Soap" by
    Gerald Beaumont.

    Credits: Producer, Wid Gunning; director, Ted Wilde; scenario, Louis
    Stevens.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 28Apr27; LP23893.

  BABE O'MINE. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Bert Frank.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Oct32; LP3340.

  BABES AND BOOBS. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Lawrence Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 2Feb18; LP12021.

  BABES AT SEA. (Color Rhapsody) Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp.
    1934. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Art Davis; animation, Sid
    Marcus; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 25Dec34; MP5195.

  BABES IN ARMS. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 10 reels, sd.,
    b&w. Based on the play by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Busby Berkeley;
    screenplay, Jack McGowan, Kay Van Riper; film editor, Frank
    Sullivan; music director, George Stoll; musical adaptation, Roger
    Edens; orchestral arrangements, Leo Arnaud, George Bassman.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 15Sep39; LP9144.

  BABES IN HOLLYWOOD. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, George M. Arthur; written and directed by Robert
    McGowan.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 24Oct35; MP5938.

  BABES IN THE GOODS. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Thelma Todd and Patsy Kelly
    Comedy) 1934. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor, Louis McManus.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 30Jan34; LP4454.

  BABES IN THE JUNGLE. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jess Robbins.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 28Nov26; LP23375.

  BABES IN THE SAWDUST. Bluebird. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Richard Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Oct26; LP23207.

  THE BABES IN THE WOODS. 1917. 6 reels.

    Credits: Directors, C M. and S. A. Franklin; adaptation, Bernard
    McConville.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 2Dec17; LP11771.

  BABES IN THE WOODS. (Silly Symphony, no. U. A. 6) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 11Nov32; MP3694.

  BABES IN TOYLAND. Presented by Hal Roach. 1934. 9 reels, sd., b&w.
    From the operetta composed by Victor Herbert with book and lyrics by
    Glen MacDonough.

    Credits: Directors, Gus Melns, Charles Rogers; screenplay, Frank
    Butler, Nick Grinde; film editors, William Terhune, Bert Jordan;
    music director, Harry Jackson.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 28Nov34; LP5161.

  BABE'S SCHOOL DAYS. 1915. Split reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Will Louis.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Will Louis, author); 7Sep15; LP6295.

  BABETTE. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: F. Berkeley Smith; director, Charles Brabin; scenario, A.
    Van Buren Powell.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 22Mar17; LP10424.

  BABIES IS BABIES. Okeh. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Al Santell; story, Ben Cohen.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Nov19; LP14390.

  BABIES OF WILD ANIMALS. (Ford Educational Library, Nature Study) Ford
    Motion Picture Laboratories. 1923. 1 reel.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 30Apr23; MP2270.

  BABOONA; an Aerial Epic Over Africa. 1935. 6,663 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producers, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson; supervision, Truman
    Talley; editors, Lew Lehr, Russell Sheilds.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 8Feb35; LP5343.

  BAB'S BURGLAR. 1917. 5 reels. Based on a story by Mary Roberts
    Rinehart.

    Credits: Director, J. Searle Dawley.

    © Famous Players Film Co.; 18Oct17; LP11581.

  BAB'S CANDIDATE. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Griffith; story, Forrest Crissey;
    scenario, Lucien Hubbard.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 9Jun20; LP15235.

  BAB'S DIARY. 1917. 5 reels. Based on the stories by Mary Roberts
    Rinehart.

    Credits: Director, J. Searle Dawley.

    © Famous Players Film Co.; 17Sep17; LP11407.

  BAB'S MATINEE IDOL. 1917. 5 reels. Based on a story by Mary Roberts
    Rinehart.

    Credits: Director, J. Searle Dawley; scenario, Margaret Turnbull.

    © Famous Players Film Co.; 21Nov17; LP11734.

  BABY. Victor. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry C. Myers; scenario, S. Griener.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10May15; LP5256.

  THE BABY. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Williams.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 16Jan21; LP16066.

  THE BABY AND THE LEOPARD. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Santschi; story, S. A. Van Patten.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (S. A. Van Patten, author); 20Nov15; LP7042.

  THE BABY BANDIT. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Jun30; MP1620.

  BABY BE GOOD. (Juvenile Comedies) 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Jack White; director, Charles Lamont.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 17Dec25; LP22140.

  BABY BE GOOD. (A Betty Boop Cartoon) 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Edward
    Nolan.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 18Jan35; MP5323.

  BABY BEAVERS. 1930. 452 ft., 16 mm.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 8Oct30;
    MP2188.

  BABY BLUES. (Juvenile Comedies) Educational. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jules White.

    © White Productions, Inc.; 26Jun25; LP21595.

  BABY BLUES. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert F. McGowan.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 3Oct34; LP4992.

  BABY BROTHER. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 18May27; LU23973.

  BABY CHICKS IN ACTION. © 1923.

    © W. F. Hillpot (Charles Blum, author); title & descr., 11Jul23; 5
    prints, 6Jun23; MU2300.

  BABY CLOTHES. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 15Mar26; LU22478.

  BABY CREST PRODUCTS. (A Televisual) © 1939. Sd., b&w, 35 mm.

    © Audio Productions, Inc. (Horace Ludington Roberts, Jr., author);
    title, descr. & 3 prints, 19Jul39; MU9537.

  THE BABY CYCLONE. 1928. 7 reels, b&w. From the play by George M.
    Cohan.

    Credits: Producer and director, Edward Sutherland; adaptation and
    continuity, F. Hugh Herbert; film editor, Carl L. Pierson.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 3Nov28; LP25906.

  BABY DAZE. (Kennedy, no. 5) 1939. 15 min. sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Charles Roberts; story,
    Charles Roberts, George Jeske; film editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19May39; LP8866.

  A BABY DOLL BANDIT. Universal-Jewel. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Fred C. Fishback.

    © Century Comedies; 31Dec19; LP14617.

  THE BABY ELEPHANT. 1913. 1 reel. On same reel with Mr. Pickwick.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Percy Hilburne, author); 6Aug13; MP73.

  BABY FACE. Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
    Corp. 1933. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green; story, Mark Canfield;
    screenplay, Gene Markey, Kathryn Scola.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Jul33; LP4019.

  BABY FACE HARRINGTON. 1935. 7 reels, sd., b&w. From a play by Edgar
    Selwyn and William Le Baron.

    Credits: Director, Raoul Walsh; screenplay, Nunnally Johnson, Edwin
    H. Knopf; additional dialogue, Charles Lederer; film editor, William
    S. Gray.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 8Apr35; LP5467.

  BABY FEUD. (Krazy Kat Cartoon) 1928. 1 reel. From the cartoons of
    George Herriman.

    Credits: Story, Ben Harrison, Manny Gould.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 16Aug28; LP25543.

  BABY FOLLIES. (M. G. M. Colortone Revue) 1930. 2 reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Staged by Gus Edwards; dialogue, Robert Hopkins; music, Gus
    Edwards.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 20Nov30; MP2071.

  BABY IN THE ICE-BOX. SEE She Made Her Bed.

  BABY INDISPOSED. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Charles S. Wheaton, author); title, descr. & 28
    prints, 10Sep13; LU1222.

  BABY KITTENS. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Victor McLeod; animation, Hicks
    Lokey, Merle Gilson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Nov38; MP8919.

  BABY MARIE'S ROUND-UP. © 1919.

    Credits: Producer, Leon T. Osborne; director, William Bertram.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Zula Claire, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 23Aug19; LU14111.

  BABY MINE. 1917. 6 parts. Based on the play by Margaret Mayo.

    Credits: Directors, John S. Robertson, Hugo Ballin.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 18Sep17; LP11422.

  BABY MINE. 1928. 6 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the play by Margaret
    Mayo.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Z. Leonard; adaptation,
    Sylvia Thalberg; continuity, F. Hugh Herbert, Lew Lipton; titles,
    Ralph Spence; film editor, Sam S. Zimbalist.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 21Jan28; LP25249.

  BABY RABBIT IN I WANTED RED WINGS. 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    © Contemporary Films, Alvin J. Gordon, sole owner; 23Jun39; MP9666.

  BABY ROSE MARIE, THE CHILD WONDER. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 12Jun29; MP302.

  THE BABY SHOW. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Mannie Davis.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Jun28; MP5124.

  A BABY SHOW IN SQUIRRELVILLE. © 1923.

    Credits: Producer, Lillian Delger Phillips; titles, H. I. Phillips.

    © Lillian D. Powers; title & descr., 12Mar23; 56 prints, 15Mar23;
    MU2255.

  THE BABY SPY. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Edward J. LeSaint.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Chris Lane, author); 6May14; LP2666.

  BABY TAKE A BOW. 1934. 6,600 ft., sd. Based on a play by James P.
    Judge.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lachman; screenplay, Philip Klein, E. E.
    Paramore, Jr.; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 20Jun34; LP4777.

  BABY TALKS. (Sunny Jim Talkie) 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Harold Beaudine.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 30Aug29; LP659.

  BABYLON TO JERUSALEM. 1930. 2 reels.

    © Fraternal Productions, Inc.; 1Dec30; MP2247.

  A BABY'S DAY AT FORTY-EIGHT WEEKS. (Yale Films of Child Development)
    1935. 1 reel.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (Arnold Gesell, author); 4Feb35;
    MP5451.

  A BABY'S DAY AT TWELVE WEEKS. (Yale Films of Child Development) 1935.
    1 reel.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (Arnold Gesell, author); 4Feb35;
    MP5450.

  THE BABY'S FAULT. Nestor. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Al. E. Christie; scenario, Clyde C. Campbell.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc; 25Mar15; LP4813.

  BABY'S PETS. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 26Jul26; LU22964.

  A BABY'S SHOE. 1912. 1 reel.

    Credits: Robert E. Coffey.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 16Oct12; LP52.

  BABY'S TOOFS. Victor. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directed and written by Harry C. Myers.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Sep16; LP9049.

  LA BACCARAT. SEE His Daughter Pays.

  THE BACHELOR. SEE The Virtuous Vamp.

  BACHELOR APARTMENT. 1931. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Henry Hobart; director, Lowell Sherman;
    story, John Howard Lawson; adaptation and dialogue, J. Walter Ruben.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 30Mar31; LP2096.

  BACHELOR BAIT. 1934. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Lou Brock; director, George Stevens;
    story, Edward and Victor Halperin; screenplay, Glenn Tryon; editor,
    James B. Morley; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 27Jul34; LP4874.

  BACHELOR BRIDES. Presented by Cecil B. De Mille. Released by Producers
    Distributing Corp. 1926. 6 reels. From the play by Charles Horace
    Malcolm.

    Credits: Producer and director, William K. Howard; adaptation,
    Garrett Fort.

    © Cinema Corporation of America; 10Apr26; LP22590.

  A BACHELOR BUTT-IN. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 26Jul26; LU22979.

  THE BACHELOR DADDY. Paramount. 1922. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green; story, Edward Peple; adaptation,
    Olga Printzlau.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 6May22; LP17871.

  THE BACHELOR FATHER. 1931. 10 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by Edward
    Childs Carpenter.

    Credits: Producers, Robert Z. Leonard, Marion Davies; screenplay,
    Laurence E. Johnson; film editor, Harry Reynolds.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 12Jan31; LP1880.

  THE BACHELOR GIRL. 1929. 7 reels, sd., si.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, Richard Thorpe; screenplay,
    Jack Townley.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jun29; LP486.

  THE BACHELOR GIRLS' CLUB. Gem. © 1913.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. (Leslie T. Peacocke, author); title,
    descr. & 30 prints, 3Oct13; LU1708.

  BACHELOR MOTHER. 1939. 82 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, B. G. De Sylva; director, Garson Kanin; story,
    Felix Jackson; screenplay, Norman Krasna; editors, Henry Berman,
    Robert Wise; music score, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Jul39; LP8986.

  BACHELOR OF ARTS. 1934. 6,820 ft., sd. From the novel by John Erskine.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; screenplay, Lamar Trotti; music
    director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 23Nov34; LP5142.

  BACHELOR'S AFFAIRS. 1932. 5,800 ft., sd. Based on the play "Precious"
    by James Forbes.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Werker; screenplay, Barry Conners, Philip
    Klein; editor, Al De Gaetano.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 9Jun32; LP3094.

  BACHELORS' BABIES. (Juvenile comedies) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Jack White; director, Charles Lamont.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 11Jan26; LP22242.

  THE BACHELOR'S BABY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 7Jul15; LP5782.

  THE BACHELOR'S BABY. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; story, Garrett Elsden Fort;
    screenplay, Julien Sands.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Feb27; LP23674.

  THE BACHELOR'S BURGLAR. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15May15; LP5310.

  A BACHELOR'S CHILDREN. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Paul Scardon; story and scenario, William Addison
    Lathrop.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 16Apr18; LP12307.

  A BACHELOR'S CHRISTMAS. Rex. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: William Addison Lathrop; producer, Ben Wilson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Dec15; LP7194.

  BACHELOR'S FOLLY. 1932. 69 min., sd. From the play "The Calendar" by
    Edgar Wallace.

    Credits: Director, T. Hayes Hunter; scenario, Angus McPhail, Robert
    Stevenson.

    © World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 12Jun32; LP3513.

  A BACHELOR'S LOVE STORY. © 1914. 1,140 ft.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co., Ltd., author); title, descr. &
    14 prints, 6Aug14; LU3150.

  BACHELOR'S PARADISE. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud; story, Curtis Benton;
    continuity, Frances Guihan, Vera Clark; editor, Robert J. Kern.

    © Tiffany-Stahl Productions, Inc.; 10Apr28; LP25147.

  A BACHELOR'S WIFE. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Emmett J. Flynn; story, Joseph Franklin Poland.

    © American Film Co., Inc. (Joseph Franklin Poland, author); 8May19;
    LP13737.

  BACK DOOR TO HEAVEN. Presented by Bernard Steele. 1939. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Story, production, and direction, William K. Howard;
    screenplay, John Bright, Robert Tasker; film editor, Jack Murray.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 21Apr39; LP8798.

  BACKFIRE. 1926. 2 reels.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 18Jun26; LP22834.

  BACK FROM ABROAD. SEE McKay and Ardine, Back from Abroad.

  BACK FROM THE DEAD. SEE Back to Life.

  BACK FROM THE GRAVE. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Aquila Film Co., author); title, descr. & 230
    prints, 29Aug14; LU3359.

  BACK HOME AND BROKE. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green; story and adaptation, George
    Ade.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 23Dec22; LP18563.

  BACK IN CIRCULATION. First National. 1937. 9 reels, sd. From a story
    by Adela Rogers St. Johns.

    Credits: Director, Ray Enright; screenplay, Warren Duff.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Sep37; LP7432.

  BACK IN CIRCULATION. SEE Bulldog Edition.

  BACK OF THE MIKE. The Jam Handy Organization. © 1938. B&w, 35 mm.

    © General Motors Sales Corp., Chevrolet Motor Div., (Jam Handy
    Picture Service, author); title & descr., 31Oct38; 132 prints,
    5Nov38; MU8901.

  BACK OF THE SHADOWS. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Robert W. Daly.

    © Mica Film Corp. (William R. Daly, author); title, descr. & 33
    prints, 2Mar15; LU4579.

  THE BACK PAGE. (Mermaid Comedies) 1931. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, William Goodrich; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Jack Townley.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 24May31; LP2279.

  BACK PAGE. 1933. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Anton Lorenze; original story, Harry E. Chandlee,
    Douglas W. Churchill; continuity and dialogue, F. McGrew Willis;
    editor, Fred Bain.

    © Pyramid Productions, Inc.; 19Oct33; LP4179.

  BACK PAY. 1922. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Borzage; story, Fannie Hurst.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 8Jan22; LP17459.

  BACK PAY. First National and Vitaphone. 1930. 7 reels. Based on the
    story by Fannie Hurst.

    Credits: Producers, Walter Morosco, William Seiter.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 9Jun30; LP1351.

  BACK PAY. Trailer. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Jun30; MP1621.

  BACK STAGE. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Fatty Arbuckle.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 20Aug19; LP14114.

  BACK STAGE. (Star Comedy) 1921. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, William Watson; scenario, W. Scott Darling.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Oct21; LP17120.

  BACK STAGE. (Hal Roach Our Gang Comedy) © 1923. 2 reels.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 6Jun23; LU19038.

  BACK STREET. 1932. 10 reels. From the novel by Fannie Hurst.

    Credits: Director, John M. Stahl; screenplay, Gladys Lehman.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Jul32; LP3164.

  BACK SYPHONAGE FOR CONTAMINATED INTERMIXTURE WITH PURE WATER IN PIPING
    SYSTEMS. © 1938.

    © Edward L. Penfrase; title & descr., 28May38; 2 prints, 4May38;
    MU8494.

  BACK TO BROADWAY. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (George R. Chester, author); 2Feb14;
    LP2130.

  BACK TO EARTH. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Al Herman.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Aug23; LP19283.

  BACK TO EDEN. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Robert T. Thornby.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Mary H. O'Connor, author); 15Nov13;
    LP1626.

  BACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY. 1919. 6 reels. Adapted from the story "Wapi,
    the Walrus" by James Oliver Curwood.

    © Canadian Photoplays (Canadian Photoplays, Ltd., author); 13Oct19;
    LP14284.

  BACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY. Jewel. 1927. 6 reels. Based on an original
    story by James Curwood.

    Credits: Director, Irvin Willat.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Jul27; LP24164.

  BACK TO LIBERTY. Presented by Samuel Zierler. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bernard McEveety; story and continuity, Arthur
    Hoerl.

    © Excellent Pictures Corp.; 31Oct27; LP24605.

  BACK TO LIFE. Presented by Associated Exhibitors, Inc. 1925. 6 reels.
    Founded on the novel "Back from the Dead" by Andrew Soutar.

    Credits: Producer, Whitman Bennett; scenario, Harry Chandlee.

    © Postman Pictures Corp.; 12Feb25; LP21129.

  BACK TO MOTHER. Presented by William Fox. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; director, Harry Sweet;
    story, Mabel Herbert Urner; adaptation, Murray Roth.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 19Dec26; LP23470.

  BACK TO NATURE. Bluebird. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Summerville.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17Oct25; LP21918.

  BACK TO NATURE. Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ansel Friedberger; story and continuity, George
    H. Plympton.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Feb28; LP24987.

  BACK TO NATURE. 1936. 5,160 ft., sd. Based on characters created by
    Katharine Kavanaugh.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; original screenplay, Robert Ellis,
    Helen Logan; music, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Sep36; LP6802.

  BACK TO NATURE GIRLS. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Hampton Del Ruth; director, J. G. Blystone.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 7Dec19; LP14514.

  BACK TO THE FARM. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Gaumont Co.; 22Jan15; LP4302.

  BACK TO THE KITCHEN. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Allen Curtis; story, Warren Schoene; scenario,
    Tom Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 7Aug17; LP11207.

  BACK TO THE KITCHEN. Paramount-Mack Sennett. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reggie Morris.

    © Mack Sennett; 18Sep19; LP14217.

  BACK TO THE PRIMITIVE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Agnes C. Johnston, author); 8Sep15;
    LP6311.

  BACK TO THE RIGHT TRAIL. SEE Thieves' Gold.

  BACK TO THE SIMPLE LIFE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jean Chamblin; director, Ashlay Miller.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 13Jun14; LP2852.

  BACK TO THE SOIL. (Fable, no. 404) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 12Feb29; MP5801.

  BACK TO THE SOIL. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Ewart Adamson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Aug34; LP4889.

  BACK TO THE SUN. SEE The Nudists.

  BACK TO THE WOODS. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: J. Clarkson Miller; director, George Irving.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 19Jul18; LP12701.

  BACK TO THE WOODS. © 1919.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 13Mar19; LU13486.

  BACK TO THE WOODS. 1937. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Preston Black; story, Searle Kramer; screenplay,
    Andrew Bennison.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 26Apr37; LP7095.

  BACK TO YELLOW JACKET. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ben Wilson; story, Peter B. Kyne; adaptation, J.
    Grubb Alexander.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 25Mar22; LP17669.

  THE BACK TRAIL. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Clifford S. Smith; story, Walter J. Coburn;
    adaptation and continuity, Isadore Bernstein.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20May24; LP20216.

  BACKBONE. 1923. 7 reels. Adapted from the Saturday Evening Post story
    by Clarence Budington Kelland.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sloman; adaptation, Chas. E. Whittaker.

    © Distinctive Pictures Corp.; 26Apr23; LP18899.

  BACKFIELD. SEE The Band Plays On.

  BACKFIELD ACES. (Rockne Football, reel 6) 1930. 1 reel.

    Credits: Terry Ramsaye.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Aug30; MP2008.

  BACKFIELD PLAY. Snappy. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Albert Kelley; story, Knute Rockne.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Sep31; LP2471.

  BACKFIELD STRATEGY. (Football Thrills Series) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Clyde E. Elliott; editor, Leonard Mitchell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Apr32; MP3239.

  BACKS TO NATURE. (Hal Roach-Thelma Todd and Patsy Kelly Comedy) 1933.
    2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor, Louis McManus.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 7Nov33; LP4237.

  THE BACKSLIDER. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 7Sep14; LP3330.

  BACKSTAGE. Tiffany Gem. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Phil Stone; story, Sarah Y. Mason; continuity,
    John F. Natteford; film editor, Leroy O. Lodwig.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 9Jun27; LP24066.

  BACKSTAGE. 1936. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Herbert Wilcox; story, Laura
    Whetter; music, Harry Woods; music director, Geraldo.

    © Gaumont British Picture Corp. of America (Gaumont British Picture
    Corp., Ltd., author); 29May36; LP7239.

  BACKSTAGE HOLLYWOOD. © 1936. 985 ft., sd.

    © Leonard Clairmont; title, descr. & 2 prints, 29Apr36; MU6432.

  A BACKWARD CIVILIZATION. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (Ellsworth T. Huntington, author);
    15Oct37; MP8057.

  BACKWARD GEORGE. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Dec26; LP23454.

  BACKWARD SONS AND FORWARD DAUGHTERS. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; director, Phil Dunham.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 24Aug17; LP11298.

  THE BACKYARD. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Author and director, Jess Robbins.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 2Oct20; LP15609.

  THE BACKYARD BROADCAST. (Broadway Brevity) 1936. 21 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; story, A. Dorian Otvos.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Dec36; LP6778.

  BACKYARD FOLLIES. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story, J. P. Murray, Barry
    Trivers, Ben Oakland; staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 12Dec31; LP2695.

  BACON GRABBERS. (A Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1929. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Lewis R. Foster; story, Leo McCarey; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 3Sep29; LP643.

  BACTERIA. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 4Jan30;
    MP1317.

  THE BAD, BAD WOMAN. SEE Dora Maughan, The Bad, Bad Woman.

  THE BAD BANDIT. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 19Jul23; MU2304.

  BAD BOY. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 2Apr25; LU21299.

  BAD BOY. Presented by Fox Film Corp. 1935. 5,030 ft., sd. From the
    story by Vina Delmar.

    Credits: Director, John Blystone; screenplay, Allen Rivkin; music
    director, Arthur Lange.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Oct35; LP6048.

  A BAD BOY FROM A GOOD FAMILY. SEE Phil Baker, A Bad Boy from a Good
    Family.

  BAD BREAKS. (Cameo Comedy) 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Nate Watt.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 19Nov26; LP23357.

  BAD BUCK OF SANTA YNEZ. 1924. 2 reels.

    © Tri-Stone Pictures, Inc.; 16Jan24; LP19839.

  BAD COMPANY. © 1925.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (George V. Hobart, author); title,
    descr. & 85 prints, 9Feb25; LU21117.

  BAD COMPANY. 1931. 8 reels, sd., b&w. Suggested by the story by Jack
    Lait.

    Credits: Producer, Charles R. Rogers; director, Tay Garnett;
    screenplay and dialogue, Tom Buckingham, Tay Garnett; film editor,
    Claude Berkeley; musical director, Arthur Lange.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 2Oct31; LP2518.

  BAD EMS. © 1915.

    © The American Correspondent Film Co., Inc. (Tom Bret, author);
    title, descr. & 9 prints, 7Dec15; MU473.

  THE BAD GENIUS. (Scrappy) Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1932. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; animation, Sid Marcus, Art Davis;
    music score, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 6Dec32; MP3688.

  BAD GIRL. 1931. 8,046 ft., sd. From the play by Vina Delmar and Brian
    Marlowe, based upon the novel by Vina Delmar.

    Credits: Director, Frank Borzage; continuity and dialogue, Edwin
    Burke; editor, Margaret Clancy.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 18Jul31; LP2388.

  BAD GUY. 1937. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Tom Reed; director, Edward Cahn; story, J. Robert
    Bren, Kathleen Shepherd, Hal Long; screenplay. Earl Felton, Harry
    Ruskin; film editor, Ben Lewis; music score, Edward Ward.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 25Aug37; LP7371.

  BAD HOUSEKEEPING. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Leslie Goodwins; story,
    Leslie Goodwins, Monty Collins; film editor, Edward Mann.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Mar37; LP7062.

  THE BAD LANDS. Released by Producers Distributing Corp. 1925. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Dell Henderson; story, Kate Corbaley; adaptation,
    Harvey Gates.

    © Hunt Stromberg Corp.; 1Aug25; LP23195.

  BAD LANDS. 1939. 70 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; director, Lew Landers; story and
    screenplay, Clarence Upson Young; editor, George Hively; music, Roy
    Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 11Aug39; LP9171.

  BAD LITTLE ANGEL. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 8 reels,
    sd., b&w. Based on a book by Margaret Turnbull.

    Credits: Producer, Albert E. Levoy; director, William Thiele;
    screenplay, Dorothy Yost; film editor, Frank Sullivan; music, Edward
    Ward.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 25Oct39; LP9226.

  A BAD LITTLE GOOD MAN. Nestor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, William W. Beaudine; story, King Vidor.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Oct17; LP11608.

  BAD LUCK ROCK. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. &
    177 prints, 6Feb13; LU346.

  THE BAD MAN. First National. 1923. 7 reels. Based on the play by
    Porter Emerson Browne.

    Credits: Producer and director, Edwin Carewe.

    © Associated First National Pictures, Inc.; 5Oct23; LP19472.

  THE BAD MAN. 1930. 9 reels. Based on the play by Porter Emerson
    Browne.

    Credits: Director, Clarence Badger.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 1Sep30; LP1576.

  THE BAD MAN. Trailer. First National. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Aug30; MP1797.

  BAD MAN BOBBS. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Tom Mix; story, Edwin Ray Coffin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin, author); 13Nov15; LP6961.

  THE BAD MAN OF BRIMSTONE. 1937. 9 reels, sd., sepia.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Rapf; director, J. Walter Ruben; original
    story, J. Walter Ruben, Maurice Rapf; screenplay, Cyril Hume,
    Richard Maibaum; film editor, Frank Sullivan; music, William Axt.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 27Dec37; LP7727.

  THE BAD MAN OF CHEYENNE. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Fred A. Kelsey; story, Harry Carey.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Dec16; LP9832.

  BAD MAN'S BLUFF. © 1926.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Paul Bryan, author); title, descr. &
    34 prints, 10Dec26; LU23415.

  BAD MEDICINE. (Headliner, no. 5) 1936. 15 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Jean Yarbrough; story,
    Ewart Adamson, Jean Yarbrough; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 4May36; LP6321.

  BAD MONEY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 11Oct15; LP6617.

  BAD NEWS. (Star Comedy) 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Lyons, Moran; director, Harry Edwards; story, Fred Palmer,
    Harry Edwards.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Jun18; LP12593.

  THE BAD ONE. United Artists Picture. 1930. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, George Fitzmaurice; supervision,
    John W. Considine, Jr.; original story, John Farrow; screen
    adaptation and dialogue, Carey Wilson, Howard Emmett Rogers; editor,
    Don Hays; music arrangement, Hugo Riesenfeld.

    © Joseph M. Schenck (John Farrow, author); 22May30; LP1314.

  BAD OYENHAUSEN. © 1915.

    © American Correspondent Film Co., Inc. (Tom Bret, author); title,
    descr. & 13 prints, 7Dec15; MU474.

  BAD PETE'S GRATITUDE. © 1912.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 66 prints, 15Nov12; LU117.

  BAD SISTER. 1931. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Hobart Henley; story, Booth Tarkington.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Mar31; LP2055.

  BADEN BADEN. © 1915.

    © The American Correspondent Film Co., Inc. (Tom Bret, author);
    title, descr. & 15 prints, 7Dec15; MU472.

  THE BADGE OF BRAVERY. 1930. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Josef Levigard; story and continuity, William
    Lester.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 18Jan30; LP1017.

  THE BADGE OF HONOR. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Max Goldberg, author); title, descr. & 56
    prints, 23Oct13; LU1438.

  BADGE OF HONOR. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lester F. Scott, Jr.; director, Spencer Gordon
    Bennet; story, Robert Emmett; continuity and dialogue, George
    Morgan; editor, Fred Bain.

    © Mayfair Pictures Corp. (Columbia Pictures Corp., author); 2Jun34;
    LP4811.

  THE BADGE OF POLICEMAN O'ROON. © 1913. From the story by O. Henry
    [pseud. of William Sydney Porter].

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 64 prints, 20May13; LU764.

  THE BADGE OF POLICEMAN O'ROON. SEE Doctor Rhythm.

  THE BADGE OF SHAME. © 1917.

    Credits: Director, Edwin August.

    © World Film Corp. (Abraham S. Schomer, author); title, descr. & 166
    prints, 9Mar17; LU10398.

  BADGERED. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, T. N. Heffron; story, Wm. M. Henry.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wm. M. Henry, author); 8Apr16; LP8080.

  BADGES. SEE The Ghost Talks.

  BADLY BROKE. Bluebird. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George (Slim) Summerville.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Jan26; LP22313.

  BAG AND BAGGAGE. 1923. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Finis Fox; story, Finis Fox, Lois Zellner.

    © Finis Fox (Finis Fox Corp., author); 6Nov23; LP19568.

  A BAG OF GOLD. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15Jul15; LP5924.

  BAGS OF GOLD. 1915. 3,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Shannon Fife, author); 30Jan15; LP4331.

  THE BAHAMA ISLANDS, NASSAU TO KINGSTON. (Ford Educational Library,
    Regional Geography, v. 6) Ford Motion Picture Laboratories. 1921. 1
    reel.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 21Mar21; MP1900.

  BAILEY AND BARNUM IN THE GLOBE TROTTERS. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jul28; MP5143.

  BAILEY AND BARNUM IN THE GLOBE TROTTERS. (A Laemmle Novelty) Snappy.
    1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Oct28; LP25765.

  BAILEY AND BARNUM IN TWO WHITE ELEPHANTS. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jul28; MP5145.

  BAILEY AND BARNUM IN WITHOUT A BAND. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jul28; MP5144.

  THE BAIT. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Maurice Tourneur; story, Sidney Toler; scenario,
    John Gilbert.

    © Hope Hampton Productions, Inc.; 1Sep20; LP15636.

  THE BAKERY. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Larry Semon, Norman Taurog.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Apr21; LP16435.

  BALANCE. (Sports-Eye-View) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 22Jun33; MP4118.

  BALANCED BRAKES FOR FLEET PROFITS. 1935. For U. S. Asbestos Co., Fleet
    Div. 1 reel, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 12Dec35; MP6156.

  BALANCED SELLING. 1935. For the U. S. Rubber Co. 1 reel.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 28Dec35; MP6116.

  BALAOO. © 1913. Based on a novel by Gaston Leroux.

    © Société Française des Films & Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 67 prints, 1Mar13; LU429.

  BALAOO. SEE The Wizard.

  BALI. (Vagabond Adventure Series, no. 5) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Text, Russel Spaulding; narrator, Alois Havrilla.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van Beuren Corp., author); 17Mar33;
    MP4051.

  BALI—THE ISLAND PARADISE. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks, no. 2)
    1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Photographer, B. S. Dawley.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 15Feb32; MP3106.

  THE BALKAN TRAITORS (VERGLEICHEN DES BALKAN BRANDES). © 1913. 3,000
    ft.

    © A. J. Danziger (Continental Kunstfilm Co., author); title, descr.
    & 9 prints, 19Feb13; MU37.

  BALL AND BAT. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1926.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 22Jul26; MU3491.

  THE BALL GAME. 1932. 508 ft.

    Credits: John Foster, Geo. Rufle.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 3Aug32; MP3464.

  THE BALL PARK. (Aesop Fable, 415) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 4May29; MP163.

  BALL TOSSERS. (The Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 3Dec37; MP7999.

  THE BALLAD OF FISHER'S BOARDING HOUSE. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Walter Montague, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 27Apr22; LU17797.

  THE BALLAD OF PADUCAH JAIL. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Irvin S. Cobb Comedy)
    1934. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 2Oct34; LP5040.

  BALLADS AND BOLOGNA. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Jackson; story, Jerome N. Wilson.

    © Klever Pictures, Inc.; 12Apr17; LP10582.

  BALLERINA. 1938. 10 reels, sd. From the novel "La Mort du Cygne" by
    Paul Morand.

    Credits: Director, Jean Benoit-Levy; adaptation, Jean Benoit-Levy,
    Marie Epstein.

    © Arthur Mayer & Joseph Burstyn (Paul Morand, author); 14Nov38;
    LP8419.

  THE BALLET CLASS. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Agnes De Mille; director, Frank Cambria.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 29May30; LP1338.

  THE BALLET GIRL. © 1916. Adapted from the novel "Carnival" by Compton
    MacKenzie.

    © World Film Corp. (Compton MacKenzie, author); title & descr.,
    14Mar16; 134 prints, 22Mar16; LU7894.

  BALLOON TIRED. (A Life Cartoon Comedy) 1926. 1 reel.

    © Sherwood-Wadsworth Pictures, Inc.; 9Dec26; LP23409.

  THE BALLOONATIC. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Buster Keaton and Eddie Cline.

    © Buster Keaton Productions, Inc.; 22Jan23; LP18604.

  BALLOONATICS. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. G. Blystone.

    © Century Comedies Co.; 16Aug17; LP11252.

  THE BALLYHOO BUSTER. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Richard Thorpe; story, Robert Walker; continuity,
    Frank L. Inghram.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 18Jan28; LP24881.

  THE BALLYHOO'S STORY. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: E. A. Brinistool; director, Rollin S. Sturgeon.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Rollin S. Sturgeon, author); 3Sep13;
    LP1240.

  BALTIMORE AND THE OYSTER INDUSTRY. (Ford Educational Library, Regional
    Geography, v. 5) Ford Motion Picture Laboratories. 1921. 1 reel.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 3Sep21; MP2024.

  BALTO'S RACE TO NOME. (Educational Special) 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Sol Lesser.

    © Sol Lesser; 1Jun25; LP21518.

  THE BANANA. (Ford Educational Library, Agriculture) Ford Motion
    Picture Laboratories. 1922. 1 reel.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 7Sep22; MP2186.

  BANANA GROWING IN THE FIJI ISLANDS. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Bray Screen Products, Inc.; 1Jun24; MP2657.

  BANCO. SEE Lost—A Wife.

  THE BAND BEAUTIFUL. SEE The Ingénues. The Band Beautiful.

  THE BAND CONCERT. 1935. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 15Feb35; MP5469.

  THE BAND LEADER. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Edmond F. Stratton.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Edmond F. Stratton, author);
    24Aug14; LP3265.

  THE BAND PLAYS ON. 1934. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the story
    "Backfield" by Byron Morgan and J. Robert Bren and on the story "The
    Gravy Game" by Harry Stuhldreher and W. Thornton Martin.

    Credits: Producer, Ned Marin; director, Russel Mack; screenplay,
    Bernard Schubert, Ralph Spence, Harvey Gates; film editor, William
    Le Vanway; music score, Oscar Radin.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp; 17Dec34; LP5224.

  THE BANDIT AND THE BABY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 6Mar15; LP4638.

  THE BANDIT BUSTER. © 1926.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Frank L. Inghram, author); title,
    descr. & 87 prints, 10Dec26; LU23414.

  THE BANDIT KING'S DAUGHTER. © 1917.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 115 prints, 2Jan17;
    LU9885.

  THE BANDIT OF PORT AVON. Aquila. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Aquila Co., author); title, descr. & 56 prints,
    25Jun14; LU2918.

  BANDITS AND BALLADS. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Frederick Hollander; story,
    Forman Brown; film editor, Edward Mann; music director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Dec34; LP5165.

  THE BANDIT'S BABY. Released by F. B. O. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, James P. Hogan; story, Leete Renick Brown;
    scenario, Marion Jackson.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 24May25; LP21530.

  BANDITS BEWARE. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lee Kohlmar; scenario, George Morgan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Jun21; LP16665.

  BANDITS OF THE BORDER MINE. © 1914.

    © David Marnell & Morris Keen (David Marnell, author); title & 179
    prints, 15Sep14; descr., 21Sep14; LU3408.

  THE BANDIT'S SON. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Wallace W. Fox; story and continuity, Frank
    Howard Clark.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 4Feb28; LP24949.

  THE BANDIT'S WAGER. Big U. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Grace Cunard and Francis Ford.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Oct16; LP9369.

  THE BANDMASTER. Winkler. 1930. 1 reel, sd. Adapted from the cartoon
    character created by George Herriman.

    Credits: Animation, Ben Harrison; Manny Gould; musical score, Joe
    DeNat.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Sep30; MP1907.

  THE BAND MASTER. (Oswald Comedy) Snappy. 1931. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27May31; MP2582.

  THE BANDOLERO. Presented by Louis B. Mayer. 1924. 8 reels, tinted.
    Adapted from the story by Paul Gwynne [pseud. of Ernest Slater].

    Credits: Production and scenario, Tom Terriss; story, Paul Gwynne;
    editors, Winchell Smith, Don Bartlett.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 14Oct24; LP20655.

  BANFF NATIONAL PARK. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 3Dec17; MP1100.

  BANJO ON MY KNEE. 1936. 8,587 ft., sd. Based on the novel by Harry
    Hamilton.

    Credits: Director, John Cromwell; screenplay, Nunnally Johnson;
    music director, Arthur Lange.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Dec36; LP7111.

  BANJOLAND. SEE Eddie Peabody Assisted by Jimmy Maisel in Banjoland.

  BANJOMANIA. SEE Eddie Peabody in Banjomania....

  THE BANK. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 14Aug15; LP6086.

  BANK ALARM. Condor. Presented by L. Alperson. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, George A. Hirliman; supervision, Sam Diege;
    director, Louis J. Gasnier; original story, Cynthia and Laurence
    Meade; screenplay, Griffin Jay, David S. Levy; film editor, Dan
    Milner; music supervision, Abe Meyer.

    © Grand National Films, Inc.; 25Jun37; LP7364.

  BANK HOLIDAY. SEE Three on a Week-End.

  BANK NOTES. Mentone. 1939. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Jan39; LP8595.

  THE BANK RUN. © 1913.

    © Nordisk Film Co.; title, descr. & 40 prints, 9May13; LU700.

  A BANK SWINDLE. (William J. Burns Detective Mysteries) 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story, adaptation and dialogue, Russell Matson.

    © George Clifford Reid; 18Jan31; LP2167.

  THE BANKER. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 55
    prints, 21May13; LU771.

  THE BANKER AND THE THIEF. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 16Oct15; LP6700.

  THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair (Eclair Film
    Co., author); title, descr. & 30 prints, 5Aug13; LU1066.

  THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER. 1914. 5 reels. Adapted from the play by Bronson
    Howard.

    © Life Photo Film Corp. (Bronson Howard, author); 17Apr14; LP2517.

  THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER. (An Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Cartoon) 1927. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15Sep27; MP4313.

  THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER. (Paul Terry-Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry; 25Jun33; MP4146.

  THE BANKER'S DOUBLE. 1914. 1 reel. Adapted from the Felix Boyd Series
    "Below the Dead Line" by Scott Campbell [pseud. of Frederick William
    Davis].

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Dec14; LP4084.

  THE BANKER'S WIFE. Societa Italiana Cines, Italy. © 1914.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 63
    prints, 10Jan14; LU1933.

  A BANKRUPT HONEYMOON. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; director, Louis Seiler;
    story, Murray Roth.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 24Jan26; LP22335.

  THE BANKRUPTCY OF BOGGS AND SCHULTZ. 1916. 1 reel.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 26Apr16; LP8161.

  THE BANK'S MESSENGER. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (William Duncan, author); title, descr. & 37
    prints, 21Feb13; LU399.

  THE BANTAM COWBOY. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; original story, Robert North
    Bradbury; adaptation, Frank Howard Clark.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 12Aug28; LP25528.

  THE BAPTISM OF FIRE. © 1913. 2,640 ft.

    © Exclusive Supply Corp. (Cosmopolitan Film Co., author); title,
    descr. & 80 prints, 3Nov13; LU1518.

  THE BAR-C MYSTERY. 1926. 2 reels each. © Pathe Exchange, Inc.

    Credits: William Sherwood.

    1. A Heritage of Danger. © 26Apr26; LP22643.

    2. Perilous Paths. © 27Apr26; LP22644.

    3. The Midnight Raid. © 28Apr26; LP22645.

    4. Wheels of Doom. © 12May26; LP22747.

    5. Thundering Hoofs. © 15May26; LP22748.

    6. Against Desperate Odds. © 18May26; LP22749.

    7. Back from the Missing. © 24May26; LP22804.

    8. The Fight for a Fortune. © 29May26; LP22805.

    9. The Wolf's Cunning. © 4Jun26; LP22806.

    10. A Six-Gun Wedding. © 25Jun26; LP22842.

  BAR COCHBA, THE HERO OF A NATION. © 1913.

    © The Supreme Feature Film Co. (J. L. Snitzer, author); title,
    descr. & 78 prints, 15Oct13; LU1400.

  THE BAR-CROSS WAR. Malobee. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Ford Beebe & Leo Maloney, authors); title,
    descr. & 40 prints, 27Sep22; LU18246.

  THE BAR FLY. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 9Jan24; LU19806.

  BAR MITZVAH. 1935. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Screenplay and direction, Henry Lynn; story, Bores
    Thomashefsky.

    © S. and L. Film Co.; 15Mar35; LP5447.

  BAR NOTHIN'. 1921. 5 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sedgwick; story, Jack Strumwasser, Clyde
    C. Westover.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 2Oct21; LP17206.

  THE BAR SINISTER. SEE Almost Human.

  BAR 20 JUSTICE. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    original story, Clarence E. Mulford; screenplay and dialogue, Arnold
    Belgard; additional dialogue and sequences, Harrison Jacobs; film
    editor, Robert Warwick.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 24Jun38; LP8105.

  BAR 20 RIDES AGAIN. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 7 reels, sd. From
    the novel by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Howard Bretherton;
    screenplay, Doris Schroeder, Gerald Geraghty; adaptation, Doris
    Schroeder.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 20Dec35; LP6011.

  BAR 20 THREE. SEE Three on the Trail.

  BAR-Z BAD MEN. 1937. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, A. W. Hackel; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story, James P. Olsen; adaptation and screenplay, George H.
    Plympton.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Jan37; LP6902.

  BARBADOS & TRINIDAD; Gardens of the Caribbean. (A FitzPatrick M. G. M.
    Traveltalk) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Photographer, Frank A. Goodliffe.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 7Sep32; MP3495.

  BARBARA FRIETCHIE. 1915. 5 reels. Based on the poem by John Greenleaf
    Whittier and the play by Clyde Fitch.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 24Nov15; LP7035.

  BARBARA FRIETCHIE. Presented by Regal Pictures, Inc. Released thru
    Producers Distributing Corp. 1924. 8 reels. From play by Clyde
    Fitch.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer.

    © Regal Pictures, Inc.; 16Sep24; LP20577.

  BARBARA LEE FASHIONS. (A Televisual) © 1939. Sd., b&w, 35 mm.

    © Audio Productions, Inc. (Horace Ludington Roberts, Jr., author);
    title, descr. & 3 prints, 19Jul39; MU9536.

  THE BARBARIAN. Presented by The Monroe Salisbury Players, Inc. © 1920.

    Credits: Screen version, E. P. Heath.

    © Milton Markwell (Theodore Seixus Solomens, author); title, descr.
    & 6 prints, 29Sep20; LU15733.

  THE BARBARIAN. 1933. 9 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Wood; story, Edgar Selwyn; screenplay and
    dialogue, Anita Loos, Elmer Harris; film editor, Tom Held; music,
    Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 17May33; LP3884.

  BARBAROUS MEXICO. © 1912.

    © America's Feature Film Co. (H. Hood, author); title, descr. & 100
    prints, 9Dec12; MU19.

  BARBARY COAST. 1935. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Howard Hawkes; screenplay, Charles MacArthur, Ben
    Hecht; film editor, Edward Curtis; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Samuel Goldwyn; 15Oct35; LP5856.

  BARBARY SHEEP. 1917. 6 reels. From the novel by Robert Hichens.

    Credits: Director, Maurice Tourneur; adaptation, Charles Maigne.

    © Artcraft Pictures Corp.; 29Aug17; LP11318.

  BARBED WIRE. 1927. 6,951 ft. Based on the novel "The Woman of
    Knockaloe" by Hall Caine.

    Credits: Producer, Erich Pommer; direction and adaptation, Rowland
    V. Lee; screenplay, Jules Furthman.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 10Sep27; LP24408.

  A BARBER CURE. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Robert A. Donaldson, author); title, descr. & 39
    prints, 30Oct13; LU1500.

  THE BARBER OF SEVILLE. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Ambrosia American Co., author); title, descr. & 82
    prints, 24Nov13; LU1655.

  BARBER OF SEVILLE; ARIA. © 1915.

    © Commercial Biophone Co., Inc. (Messters Projection, author);
    title, descr. & 2 prints, 4Jan15; MU253.

  THE BARBER SHOP. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Ripley; story, W. C. Fields.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 28Jul33; LP4038.

  BARBER SHOP BLUES. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Sep33; LP4144.

  THE BARBER SHOP CHORD. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Nov29; MP896.

  BARBEROUS PLOTS. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jim Davis.

    © L-KO Motion Picture Kompany; 17Jan18; LP11972.

  BARBERS' COLLEGE. (George Le Maire Comedies) 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, George Le Maire; story, George Le
    Maire, Leo Donnelly, Dolph Singer; film editor, E. Pfitzenmeier.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 8Nov29; LP851.

  THE BARBER'S DAUGHTER. (Educational-Mack Sennett Talking Comedy) 1929.
    20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 26Jul29; LP631.

  BARDELYS THE MAGNIFICENT. 1926. 9 reels. Based on the novel by Rafael
    Sabatini.

    Credits: Director, King Vidor; scenario, Dorothy Farnum.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 23Sep26; LP23140.

  THE BARE COED. (A Whirlwind Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Craig Hutchinson.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 22Dec27; LP24791.

  BARE FISTS. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Ford; story, Bernard McConville; scenario,
    Eugene Lewis.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Apr19; LP13558.

  BARE FISTS. (Western Featurette) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Josef Levigard; story and continuity, George
    Morgan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Dec27; LP24786.

  BARE KNEES. Gotham. Presented by Sam Sax. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Adaptation and supervision, Harold Shumate; production
    manager, Carrol Sax; director, Erle C. Kenton; story, Adele
    Buffington; editor, Donn Hayes.

    © Lumas Film Corp.; 2Feb28; LP24941.

  BARE KNEES. (A Capital Comedy) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Lalley; director, Harry Fraser; story, David
    Silverstein; film editor, Joseph Kane; music director, Francis
    Gromon.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 8Mar31; LP2114.

  BARE KNUCKLES. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Story, A. Channing Edington.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 20Mar21; LP16324.

  A BARE LIVING. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: W. Warren Schoene; director, Allen Curtis.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Feb17; LP10150.

  BAREE, SON OF KAZAN. 1918. 5 reels. From the story by James Oliver
    Curwood.

    Credits: Director, David Smith.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 21May18; LP12451.

  BAREE, SON OF KAZAN. 1925. 7 reels.

    Credits: James Oliver Curwood; director, David Smith.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 11Apr25; LP21355.

  THE BAREFOOT BOY. Presented by Mission Film Corp. 1924. 6 reels.
    Suggested by the poem by John Greenleaf Whittier.

    Credits: Adapted and directed by David Kirkland; story, Wallace
    Clifton.

    © C. B. C. Film Sales Corp.; 5May24; LP20174.

  BAREFOOT BOY. 1938. 7 reels, sd. Suggested by the poem by John
    Greenleaf Whittier.

    Credits: Producer, E. B. Derr; director, Karl Brown; original story
    and screenplay, John T. Neville; film editor, Finn Ullback.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 9Aug38; LP8200.

  BARELY REASONABLE. Mustang. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Vin Moore; story, W. C. Tuttle.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Nov26; LP23314.

  THE BARFLY. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Louis William Chaudet; scenario, Virginia
    Kirtley.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Oct16; LP9285.

  THE BARGAIN. 1914.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas H. Ince.

    © New York Motion Picture Corp. (Thomas H. Ince, author); 3Dec14;
    LP5157.

  THE BARGAIN. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reginald Barker.

    © Tri-Stone Pictures, Inc.; 12Oct23; LP19493.

  THE BARGAIN. 1931. 70 min., sd. Adapted from "You and I" by Phillip
    Barry.

    Credits: Director, Robert Milton; screen adaptation, Robert
    Presnell.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 5Sep31; LP2447.

  BARGAIN DAY. (Our Gang Comedies) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

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

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 23Mar31; LP2072.

  THE BARGAIN HUNT. Presented by Mack Sennett. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, John Waldron; director, Phil Whitman.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 23Sep28; LP25652.

  BARGAIN MATINEE. Mentone. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Apr37; LP7049.

  THE BARGAIN OF THE CENTURY. (A Pitts-Todd Comedy) Presented by Hal
    Roach. 1933. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Charley Chase; film editor, Jack Ogilvie.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 22May33; LP3892.

  A BARGAIN TABLE CLOTH. 1914. 600 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Fred H. Hayn, author); 30Oct14; LP3643.

  A BARGAIN WITH SATAN. SEE The Student of Prague.

  THE BARKER. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Charles K. Harris; director, J. A. Richmond.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 31Jul17; LP11228.

  THE BARKER. Presented by Richard A. Rowland. 1928. 8 reels. From the
    stage play by John Kenyon Nicholson.

    Credits: Producer and director, George Fitzmaurice; screenplay,
    Benjamin Glazer.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 27Aug28; LP25564.

  THE BARKER. SEE Hoop-la.

  BARKING DOGS. (Aesop's Sound Fables) 1933. 9 min.

    Credits: Mannie Davis.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van Beuren Corp., author); 18May33;
    MP4065.

  THE BARN DANCE. (Mickey Mouse Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: U. B. Iwerks.

    © Walter E. Disney; 30Nov29; MP2125.

  BARN YARNS. SEE Felix the Cat in Barn Yarns.

  BARNABETTA. SEE Erstwhile Susan.

  BARNABY RUDGE. © 1915. 5,000 ft. Adapted from the book by Charles
    Dickens.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Bentley.

    © Hepworth American Film Corp. (The Hepworth Mfg. Co., Ltd.,
    author); title & 158 prints, 10Feb15; descr., 19Feb15; LU4500.

  BARNABY RUDGE. SEE Dolly Varden.

  BARNACLE BILL. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 31Aug30; MP1876.

  BARNEY GOOGLE. SEE Patch Mah Britches.

  BARNEY GOOGLE AND SPARK PLUG. SEE Horsefeathers.

  BARNEY RAPP & HIS NEW ENGLANDERS. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Apr35; LP5435.

  BARNEY ROSS OF CHICAGO, IN DEFENSE OF HIS WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP
    WELTERWEIGHT TITLE AGAINST HENRY ARMSTRONG, OF CALIFORNIA,
    FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION, HELD AT THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN BOWL, LONG
    ISLAND CITY, NEW YORK. © 1938.

    Credits: Supervised and edited by Jack Reiger.

    © Super-Sports Attractions, Inc.; title, descr. & 26 prints,
    12Jul38; MU8579.

  THE BARNSTORMER. Charles Ray Productions, Inc. Presented by Arthur S.
    Kane. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Richard Andrés; director, Charles Ray.

    ** © Charles E. Ray, Jr.; 20Feb22; LP17558.

  THE BARNSTORMER. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Slim Summerville.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 26Mar22; LP17739.

  BARNUM AND RINGLING, INC. (Our Gang Comedies) Presented by Hal Roach.
    1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert McGowan; titles, H. M.
    Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 7Apr28; LP25278.

  BARNUM WAS RIGHT. (A Life Cartoon Comedy) 1926. 1 reel.

    © Sherwood-Wadsworth Pictures, Inc.; 16Dec26; LP23442.

  BARNUM WAS RIGHT. 1929. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story, Philip Bartholomoe.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Sep29; LP696.

  BARNUM WAS WRONG. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Mark Sandrich; story and dialogue, Mark Sandrich,
    Rube Welch.

    © RKO Distributing Corp.; 4Jun30; LP1398.

  THE BARNYARD. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Larry Semon.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 17Mar23; LP18801.

  BARNYARD AMATEURS. (Paul Terry-Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser and Paul Terry; scored and conducted by Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 6Mar36; MP6257.

  BARNYARD ARTISTS. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Hugh Shields.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 8Apr28; MP4872.

  BARNYARD BABIES. (Happy Harmonies) 1935. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 13Sep35; MP5947.

  BARNYARD BATTLE. (Mickey Mouse Cartoon) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: U. B. Iwerks.

    © Walter E. Disney; 21Jul29; MP2127.

  BARNYARD BOSS. (Terry Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1937. 606
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Connie Rasinski; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 24Dec37; MP8018.

  BARNYARD BRAT. 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Anthony
    Pabian.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 30Jun39; MP9513.

  THE BARNYARD BROADCAST. (Mickey Mouse, no. 18) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 14Oct31; MP2857.

  BARNYARD BUNK. (Tom and Jerry) 1932. 6 min.

    Credits: John Foster, George Rufle.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Aug32; MP3593.

  THE BARNYARD CONCERT. (Mickey Mouse Cartoon) Presented by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walter E. Disney; 6Jun30; MP2155.

  BARNYARD EGG-CITEMENT. (A Terry-Toon) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Connie Rasinski; story, John Foster; music,
    Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 5May39; MP9509.

  THE BARNYARD FIVE. (An Oswald Cartoon) 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod.

    © Universal Productions, Inc.; 13Apr36; MP6357.

  BARNYARD FOLLIES. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 19
    prints, 20Jul25; MU3109.

  THE BARNYARD HAMLET. Powers. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: Pat Sullivan; animation, W. E. Stark.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Jul17; MP985.

  BARN YARD LODGE NO. 1. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Frank Moser.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 2Apr28; MP4863.

  THE BARNYARD MELODY. (Aesop Sound Fable) Presented by The Van Beuren
    Corp. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: John Foster.

    © Pathe Exchange. Inc.; 1Nov29; MP814.

  A BARNYARD MIX-UP. 1915. 400 ft. On same reel with "A New Way to Win."

    Credits: Drawn by Vincent Whitman.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co, (Vincent Whitman, author); 12Jul15; MP372.

  A BARNYARD NIGHTMARE. Powers. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: Pat Sullivan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Apr17; MP923.

  BARNYARD OLYMPICS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 5Sep24; MU2708.

  BARNYARD OLYMPICS. (Mickey Mouse, no. 25) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 20Apr32; MP3247.

  BARN YARD POLITICS. (Fables, no. 393) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Hugh Shields.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Nov28; MP5574.

  BARNYARD RIVALS. (A Whirlwind Comedy) 1928. 2 reels. From the cartoons
    by Walter Lantz.

    Credits: Director, Stan Delay.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 28Feb28; LP25017.

  A BARNYARD RODEO. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 29Sep23; MU2325.

  A BARNYARD ROMANCE. Rainbow. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jess Robbins.

    © Century Comedies; 26Nov19; LP14475.

  BARNYARD ROMEO. (Oswald the Rabbit) 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; story, Victor McLeod, James Miele;
    animation, LaVerne Harding, George Dane.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22Jul38; MP8597.

  A BARNYARD SHEIK. Presented by William Steiner. © 1924.

    © The New-Cal Film Corp. (A. F. Linkof, author); title, descr. & 129
    prints, 5Jun24; LU20282.

  THE BARONESS AND THE BUTLER. 1938. 7,201 ft., sd. Based on a play by
    Ladislaus Bus-Fekete.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lang; screenplay, Sam Hellman, Lamar
    Trotti, Kathryn Scola; music director, Louis Silvers.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Feb38; LP8110.

  BAR-RACS NIGHT OUT. (A Pete Smith Specialty) 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Earl Frank.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 11Feb37; MP7175.

  BARRED FROM THE BAR. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, William Beaudine; story and scenario, Karl
    Coolidge.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Jan17; LP9923.

  THE BARREL ORGAN. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Edmond F. Stratton.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Frank Dazey, author); 20Aug14;
    LP3253.

  BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET. 1934. 11 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by
    Rudolf Besier.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Franklin; screenplay, Ernest Vajda,
    Claudine West, Donald Ogden Stewart; film editor, Margaret Booth;
    music score, Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 28Aug34; LP4940.

  THE BARRICADE. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Hamilton Smith; director, Edwin Carewe; scenario, June
    Mathis.

    © Rolfe Photoplays, Inc.; 1Mar17; LP10277.

  THE BARRICADE. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Christy Cabanne; story, Daniel Carson
    Goodman.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 2Oct21; LP17108.

  THE BARRIER. 1926. 7 reels. From the novel by Rex Beach.

    Credits: Director, George Hill; scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 5Apr26; LP22600.

  THE BARRIER. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 10 reels, sd. From the
    novel by Rex Beach.

    Credits; Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    screenplay, Bernard Schubert; additional dialogue, Harrison Jacobs,
    Mordaunt Shairp.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 12Nov37; LP7581.

  THE BARRIER BETWEEN. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 31Dec14; LP4079.

  BARRIER BUSTERS. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1925.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 20Aug25; MU3123.

  THE BARRIER OF FAITH. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credit: Director, Van Dyke Brooks.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (S. Cossack, author); 4Jan15; LP4122.

  BARRIERS BURNED AWAY. © 1924.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Leah Baird, author); title, descr. &
    120 prints, 9Dec24; LU20873.

  BARRIERS OF PREJUDICE. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits; Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Doris Schroeder, author); 16Sep15;
    LP6397.

  BARRIERS OF SOCIETY. Red Feather. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd B. Carleton; story, Clarke Irvine;
    scenario, Fred Myton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Sep16; LP9216.

  BARRY AND WHITLEDGE IN JEST FOR A WHILE. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jan30; MP1068.

  BARRYMORE TOMMY. Mustang. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; story. Rose Kurland.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27May27; LP24019.

  BARRY'S BREAKING IN. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: James Oppenheim.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 24Jan13; LP332.

  BARS AND STRIPES. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 31Dec26; MU3705.

  BARS AND STRIPES. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) 1931. 1 reel, sd. Adapted from
    the cartoon character created by George Herriman.

    Credits: Manny Gould; producer, Charles Mintz; animation, Al Rose;
    musical score, Joe De Nat.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Oct31; MP2884.

  BARS AND STRIPES. (A Tabloid Musical) 1937. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Sherman; screenplay, Jean Plannette, Mauri
    Grashin; music score, David Snell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 3Mar37; LP6971.

  BARS AND STRIPES FOREVER. (Merrie Melodies) 1939. 7 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, J. B. Hardaway,
    Cal Dalton; story, Jack Miller; animation, Rod Scribner; music
    director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Apr39; MP9289.

  BARS OF HATE. Presented by Sam Katzman. 1936. 6 reels, sd. Adapted
    from the story "Vengeance of the Lord" by Peter B. Kyne.

    Credits: Supervision, Sam Katzman; director, Al Herman; screenplay,
    Al Martin; film editor, Dan Milner.

    © Victory Pictures Corp.; 21Feb36; LP6153.

  BARS OF IRON. 1921. 6 reels. From the novel by Ethel M. Dell.

    Credits: Adaptation, F. Martin Thornton.

    © Stoll Film Corp. of America; 5Mar21; LP16228.

  BARTCH-A-KALLOOP. SEE Steve Freda and Johnny Palace.

  THE BARTERED CROWN. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co. (A. L. Howie, author); title, descr. & 25 prints,
    12Jan14; LU1939.

  BARTERED LIVES. 1915. 4 reels.

    © George Kleine (Societe Italiana Cines, author); 30Apr15; LP5188.

  BARTERED YOUTH. Laemmle. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by William V. Mong.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Jun17; LP10916.

  BARTRAM AND SAXTON IN THE LAND OF HARMONY. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Nov27; MP4491.

  BASEBALL, A GRAND OLD GAME. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 36 prints, 26Aug14; LU3261.

  BASEBALL AND BLOOMERS. (Facts and Follies Series) 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, B. MacFadden.

    © Physical Culture Photoplays, Inc.; 3Dec19; LP14509.

  BASEBALL AND TROUBLE. 1914. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (O. A. Nelson, author); 31Dec14; LP4110.

  BASEBALL BATTER. (Models in Motion) 1931. 243 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 29Apr31;
    MP2634.

  BASEBALL BILL. Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel each. © Universal Film Mfg. Co.

    Credits: Al Russell; produced, directed, and written by Billy Mason.

    1. © 22Jun16; LP8558.

    2. Flirting with Marriage. © 6Jul16; LP8646.

  BASEBALL MADNESS. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Billy Mason, Al Russell; director, Billy Mason.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Apr17; LP10614.

  BASEBALL PITCHER. (Models in Motion) 1931. 250 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 13May31;
    MP2635.

  BASHFUL. © 1917.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 21
    prints, 5Nov17; LU11667.

  BASHFUL BALLERINA. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

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

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 17Sep37; LP7431.

  BASHFUL BILLIE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Shannon Fife, author); 2Dec15; LP7121.

  THE BASHFUL BUCKAROO. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1937. 1,753 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Tim Ryan; music, Patt
    Paterson.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 3Dec37; LP7646.

  BASHFUL BUDDIES. (An Educational Mirthquake Comedy) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1936. 1,550 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert Hall; story, Arthur Jarrett, Marcy
    Klauber.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 7Aug36; LP6511.

  BASHFUL CHARLIE'S PROPOSAL. Joker. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Allen Curtis.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Jun16; LP8560.

  BASHFUL GLEN. Imp. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by John Adolfi.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Oct15; LP6561.

  BASHFUL JIM. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 13Feb25; LU21138.

  THE BASHFUL LOVER. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Ernest Truex, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 10Dec21; LU17336.

  THE BASHFUL SUITOR. 1921. 2 reels. Suggested by the painting by Jozef
    Israëls.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Blache; story, Arthur Maude.

    © Triart Productions, Inc.; 14Dec21; LP17367.

  THE BASHFUL WHIRLWIND. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ernst Laemmle; story, Pierre Loucks; continuity,
    Carl Krusada.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Apr25; LP21336.

  THE BASILISK. © 1915. 2,700 feet.

    © Hepworth American Film Corp. (Cecil M. Hepworth, author); title &
    descr. 25Jan15; 54 prints, 29Jan15; LU4339.

  THE BASKET HABIT. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Mark Swan; director, C. Jay Williams.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Jun14; LP2826.

  BASKETBALL TACTICS AND PLAYS. (Basketball, no. 3) 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Albert Kelley; story, Samuel Freedman.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 21Dec31; LP2711.

  BASKETBALL TECHNIQUE. (A Sports Parade Subject) 1935. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, Ray McCarey; explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 20Aug35; MP5804.

  BASQUERIE. SEE Their Mad Moment.

  THE BAT. 1926. 9 reels. From the play by Mary Roberts Rinehart and
    Avery Hopwood, as produced by Wagenhals and Avery.

    Credits: Production, adaptation and direction, Roland West;
    continuity, Julien Josephson.

    © Feature Productions, Inc.; 23Mar26; LP22528.

  THE BAT. SEE The Bat Whispers.

  THE BAT WHISPERS. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. 1930. 10 reels, sd.
    Based on the play "The Bat" by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery
    Hopwood.

    Credits: Adapted, directed and dialogued by Roland West; film
    editor, James Smith.

    © Art Cinema Corp. (Mary Roberts Rinehart, author); 24Nov30; LP1761.

  LA BATAILLE. SEE

    The Battle.

    Thunder in the East.

  LA BATAILLE DES DAMES. SEE Devil May Care.

  THE BATH BETWEEN. 1928. 2 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Ben Stoloff; story and adaptation, Sidney
    Lanfield.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 26Dec28; LP25967.

  BATH DAY. Century. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Fred Hibbard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Aug22; LP18115.

  THE BATH HOUSE SCANDAL. Nestor. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry Wulze; director, Wallace Beery.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9May18; LP12395.

  A BATH-HOUSE TANGLE. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Harry Edwards.

    © William Fox (Harry Edwards, author); 1Apr17; LP10489.

  A BATH HOUSE TRAGEDY. L-Ko. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Oct15; LP6525.

  BATH TIME. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 28May28; MP5038.

  BATHING BEAUTY BABIES. (A McDougall Alley) Presented by J. R. Bray.
    1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert B. Wilcox.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 16Apr28; LP25155.

  BATHING PROHIBITED. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1808.

  THE BATHING SUITOR. Presented by William Fox. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; directors, Gene Forde,
    Zion Myers; story, Murray Roth.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 2Jan27; LP23501.

  A BATH TUB MARRIAGE. © 1917.

    © John Ray; title & descr., 6Aug17; 70 prints, 7Aug17; LU11201.

  A BATH TUB MYSTERY. 1916. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Written and produced by Edwin McKim.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin McKim, author); 5Jan16; LP7360.

  BATH TUB PERILS. 1917. 2 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); 14May17; LP10909.

  THE BATTAK OF SUMATRA. 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edited by Harvard University, Dept. of Anthropology.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Feb29; MP5885.

  BATTER UP. (Mermaid Comedies) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack White; director, Stephen Roberts.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 17Aug27; LP24372.

  BATTER UP. 1936. 1 reel.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 11Mar36; MP6340.

  A BATTERY OF SONGS. SEE Waite Hoyt with J. Fred Coots in A Battery of
    Songs.

  BATTERY POWER. Presented by Willard. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Alexander Film Co. (Elmer Olson, author); 18May38; MP8484.

  THE BATTLE. Presented by Léon Garganoff. 1934. 9 reels, sd. From the
    novel "La Bataille" by Claude Farrère.

    Credits: Producer, Léon Garganoff; director, Nicholas Farkas;
    scenario, Nicholas Farkas, Bernard Zimmer; dialogue, Robert
    Stevenson; music, Andre Gailhard.

    © Léon Garganoff & Ste Ame Lianofilm; 8Apr34; LP5130.

  THE BATTLE. SEE

    The Danger Line.

    The Money Master.

  THE BATTLE AND FALL OF PRZEMYSL. © 1915.

    © The American Correspondent Film Co., Inc. (Edward Lyell Fox,
    author); title, descr. & 17 prints; 9Aug15; LU6231.

  THE BATTLE AT ELDERBUSH GULCH. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (D. W. Griffith, author); title, descr. & 241 prints,
    1Jul13; LU893.

  THE BATTLE AT ELDERBUSH GULCH. 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (D. W. Griffith, author); 15Jul13; LP1807.

  THE BATTLE CRY. SEE Her Man.

  THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM. © 1918.

    © Gathem Films, Inc. (W. A. Howell, author); title & descr.,
    23Aug18; 32 prints, 31Aug18; LU12810.

  THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE. 1915. 9 reels. Adapted from the book
    "Defenceless America" by Hudson Maxim.

    Credits: Compiled and arranged by J. Stuart Blackton.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (J. Stuart Blackton, author);
    10Nov15; LP6935.

  THE BATTLE FOR CHILE CON CARNE. Nester. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, L. W. Chaudet; story, Eddie Lyons, Lee Moran;
    scenario, Charles J. Wilson, Jr.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Aug16; LP8857.

  THE BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC. Vitagraph Company of America. 1917. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Beta Breuil; director, Lawrence Trimble.

    © Broadway Star Feature Co., Inc. (Vitagraph Company of America,
    author); 23Jan17; LP10059.

  A BATTLE IN THE CLOUDS. © 1914.

    © Apex Film Co. (Vitascope Co., author); title & 49 prints, 28Feb14;
    descr., 7Feb14; LU2250.

  THE BATTLE OF BALLOTS. © 1915.

    © Mell A. Neff; title, descr. & 29 prints, 2Jul15; LU5704.

  BATTLE OF BROADWAY. 1938. 7,600 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall; original story, Norman Houston;
    screenplay, Lou Breslow, John Patrick; music director, Samuel
    Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Apr38; LP8050.

  THE BATTLE OF FRENCHMAN'S RUN. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marston.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (James Oliver Curwood, author);
    8Feb15; LP4409.

  A BATTLE OF HEARTS. 1916. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels. Adapted from
    "The Iron Man" by Francis Marion.

    Credits: Produced and adapted by Oscar C. Apfel.

    © William Fox (Oscar C. Apfel, author); 21May16; LP8339.

  THE BATTLE OF LET'S GO. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Craig Hutchinson.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 13Jan17; LP9984.

  THE BATTLE OF LIFE. 1916. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, James Vincent; story, James R. Garey; scenario,
    Adrian Johnson.

    © William Fox (James R. Garey, author); 10Dec16; LP9685.

  THE BATTLE OF NOT YET. © 1915. 1 reel.

    © Atlas Motion Picture Co., Inc. (Chas. G. Roos, author); title,
    descr. & 136 prints, 11Nov15; LU6909.

  THE BATTLE OF PARIS. 1929. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert Florey; story and dialogue, Gene Markey;
    music and lyrics, Cole Porter.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 29Nov29; LP877.

  THE BATTLE OF RUNNING BULL. Sterling. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13May15; LP5277.

  THE BATTLE OF SHILOH. © 1913. 3,800 feet.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Emmett Campbell Hall, author); title, descr. & 231
    prints, 8Dec13; LU1758.

  THE BATTLE OF THE AGE. © 1938.

    © Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. (Jam Handy Picture Service,
    author); title & descr., 28Sep38; 77 prints, 29Sep38; MU8785.

  BATTLE OF THE BARN. (A Scrappy Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Dick Heumor; producer, Charles Mintz; animation, Sid
    Marcus, Art Davis.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 6Jun32; MP3346.

  THE BATTLE OF THE CENTURIES. (Battle for Life) 1932. 9 min.

    Credits: Narration, Gayne Whitman.

    © Nathan, Woodard & Fairbanks; 2Oct32; LP3506.

  THE BATTLE OF THE CENTURY. Presented by Hal Roach. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Leo McCarey; director, Clyde Bruckman; story
    and production, Hal Roach; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 9Jan28; LP24848.

  THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES. United Artists. Presented by D. W. Griffith.
    1928. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, D. W. Griffith; story, Daniel Carson Goodman;
    adaptation, Gerrit J. Lloyd.

    © Art Cinema Corp. (D. W. Griffith, author); 17Oct28; LP25734.

  BATTLE OF THE SOMME. (Official Pictures of the British Army in France)
    © 1916.

    © Charles Urban; title, descr. & 110 prints, 26Sep16; MU726.

  THE BATTLE OF THE WEAK. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marsten.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Monte Katterjohn, author); 28Mar14;
    LP2414.

  THE BATTLE OF TRUTH. 1916. 3 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 15Mar16; LP7845.

  THE BATTLE OF VERDUN; an Animated Map Showing the Greatest Battle of
    History. © 1916.

    © Hans Hartman; title, descr. & 3 prints, 17Jun16; MU646.

  THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO. © 1913.

    © P. P. Craft (B. & C. Co., author); title & 68 prints, 29Aug13;
    descr., 6Sep13; LU1172.

  A BATTLE OF WITS. Big U. 1917. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Feb17; LP10192.

  A BATTLE OF WITS. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Kull; story and scenario, George Morgan,
    George H. Plympton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Dec21; LP17374.

  A BATTLE OF WITS. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ernst Laemmle; story and continuity, George
    Morgan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 26Jun25; LP21616.

  THE BATTLE ROYAL. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Richard Jones.

    © Mack Sennett Films Corp.; 4May18; LP12381.

  BATTLE ROYAL. 1932. 2 reels, sd., b&w. From the "Rufftown Stories" by
    Arthur (Bugs) Baer.

    Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; director, Harry Sweet; screenplay,
    Ralph Ceder; film editor, Fred Maguire.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 19Feb32; LP2871.

  BATTLE ROYAL. (Oswald) Snappy. 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; artists, Ed Benedict,
    Fred Kopletz.

    © Universal Productions, Inc.; 11Jun36; MP6535.

  THE BATTLER. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lawrence Semon.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Lawrence Semon and Graham Baker,
    authors); 10May16; LP8302.

  THE BATTLER. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Frank Reicher; story, Forrest Halsey; scenario,
    Harry O. Hoyt.

    © World Film Corp. (Forrest Halsey, author); title, descr. & 284
    prints, 28Aug19; LU14142.

  THE BATTLER VS. THE BOTTLER. (Herbert Kaufman's Weekly) 1920. 1 reel.

    © Selznick Pictures Corp.; 1Jun20; LP15206.

  THE BATTLES OF A NATION. © 1915. 6 reels.

    Credits: Scenario, Tom Bret; picturization, Albert K. Dawson.

    © The American Correspondent Film Co., Inc. (Tom Bret, author);
    title, descr. & 94 prints, 8Oct15; LU6579.

  BATTLING BATES. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Webster Cullison; story and scenario, Daniel F.
    Whitcomb.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 8Dec23; LP19685.

  BATTLING BEAUTIES. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1802.

  THE BATTLING BELLBOY. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jack Cunningham; director, W. W. Beaudine.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Jul17; LP11109.

  THE BATTLING BUCKAROO. (Western Featurette) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story and continuity, Basil
    Dickey.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Oct27; LP24596.

  BATTLING BUDDY. © 1924.

    Credits: Director, Richard Thorpe; story, Elizabeth Burbridge.

    © Artclass Pictures Corp. (Approved Pictures Corp., author); title,
    descr. & 452 prints, 22Jul24; LU20418.

  BATTLING BUNYAN. © 1924.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Jefferson Moffit, author); title,
    descr. & 80 prints, 26Dec24; LU20941.

  BATTLING BUNYAN. © 1924.

    © Crown Productions (R. Leslie Goldman, author); title & descr.,
    17Nov24; 46 prints, 20Nov24; LU20805.

  BATTLING BUTLER. 1926. 7 reels. From a book by Stanley Brightman and
    Austin Melford.

    Credits: Director, Buster Keaton; screen adaptation, Paul Gerard
    Smith, Albert Boasberg, Charles Smith, Lex Neal.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 30Aug26; LP23068.

  THE BATTLING DUET. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Harry Bailey.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 2Apr28; MP4865.

  THE BATTLING FOOL. Presented by Perfection Pictures. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, W. S. Van Dyke.

    © C. B. C. Film Sales Corp.; 30Jun24; LP20364.

  BATTLING JANE. Paramount. Presented by The New Art Film Co. 1918. 5
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Elmer Clifton; story, Arnold Bernot.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 20Sep18; LP12919.

  BATTLING JUSTICE. (Western Featurette) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Walter Fabian; story and continuity, George W.
    Pyper.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Mar28; LP25034.

  BATTLING KANGAROO. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; director, Jules White;
    story, Hewlett Benjamin, Edward Marshall.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 5Dec26; LP23407.

  THE BATTLING KID. (Western Featurette) 1930. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Nelson.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17May30; LP1322.

  THE BATTLING ORIOLES. © 1924.

    Credits: Directors, Ted Wilde, Fred Guiol.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 120
    prints, 25Sep24; LU20608.

  BATTLING SILVER KINGS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1931. 1 reel.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 12Jul31; LP2395.

  BATTLING SISTERS. (Educational-Lupino Lane Comedy) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Henry W. George.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 2Jun29; LP477.

  BATTLING WITH BUFFALO BILL. 1931. 2 reels each. Suggested by "The
    Great West That Was" by William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). © Universal
    Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; story, Henry McRae; dialogue, Ella
    O'Neill; continuity, George Plympton.

    1. Captured by Redskins. © 18Sep31; LP2500.

    2. Circling Death. © 18Sep31; LP2501.

    3. Between Hostile Tribes. © 18Sep31; LP2502.

    4. The Savage Horde. © 15Oct31; LP2554.

    5. The Fatal Plunge. © 20Oct31; LP2564.

    6. Trapped. © 27Oct31; LP2592.

    7. The Unseen Killer. © 6Nov31; LP2627.

    8. Sentenced to Death. © 13Nov31; LP2630.

    9. The Death Trap. © 19Nov31; LP2642.

    10. A Shot from Ambush. © 30Nov31; LP2666.

    11. The Flaming Death. © 3Dec31; LP2735.

    12. Cheyenne Vengeance. © 11Dec31; LP2690.

  BAVU. Jewel. 1923. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Stuart Paton; story, Edward Carrol; scenario,
    Raymond L. Schrock, Albert Kenyon.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Apr23; LP18860.

  BAWLED OUT. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, James Davis.

    © Century Comedies; 17Aug18; LP12754.

  THE BAY OF SEVEN ISLES. Laemmle. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Lloyd; scenario, James Dayton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Mar15; LP4730.

  THE BAYADERE'S REVENGE. Great Northern. © 1915.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 70 prints, 24Jul15;
    LU5911.

  BAZAARS OF CAIRO. (Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Picture) 1921. 1
    reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 11May21;
    MP1951.

  BE A LITTLE SPORT. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Scott Dunlap; story, Hale Merriman; scenario,
    Joseph A. Roach.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 29Jun19; LP13926.

  BE BRAVE! 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Eddie Lyons.

    ** © Arrow Film Corp.; 5May24; LP20170.

  BE CAREFUL. (Jimmie Adams Comedies) Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.
    1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Christie; director, Harold Beaudine.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 19Oct25; LP21911.

  BE CAREFUL DEARIE. (Cameo Comedy) 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Zion Myers.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 31Jan26; LP22520.

  BE CAREFUL FIRST. © 1915. Arranged by the Committee on Accident
    Prevention of the American Gas Institute.

    © American Gas Institute (James B. Douglas, author); title & descr.,
    26Oct15; 40 prints, 9Nov15; MU444.

  BE HONEST. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 2Aug23; LU19272.

  BE HUMAN. (Betty Boop Cartoon) 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Lillian
    Friedman.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 20Nov36; MP6948.

  BE KIND TO AMINALS. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Feb35; MP5424.

  BE LIKE ME. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Aubrey Scotto.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 16Feb33; LP3659.

  BE MY BEST MAN. Black Cat. 1917. 30 min.

    Credits: Director, Fred E. Wright; story, H. Tipton Steck.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 4Apr17; LP10512.

  BE MY GUEST. 1923. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Oct23; LP19479.

  BE MY KING. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Henry W. George.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 18Dec28; LP25923.

  BE MY WIFE. Rolin Film Co. © 1919.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 4Aug19; LU14024.

  BE MY WIFE. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Max Linder.

    © Max Linder (Goldwyn Pictures Corp., author); 23Nov21; LP17233.

  BE MY WIFE. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby; story, William Anthony.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Aug26; LP23455.

  BE PREPARED. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Harry Standish Kimberly, author); title,
    descr. & 50 Prints, 29Sep26; LU23159.

  BE REASONABLE. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Mack Sennett; director, Roy Del Ruth.

    © Mack Sennett; 12Dec21; LP17364.

  BE REASONABLE. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth.

    ** © Mack Sennett; 26Dec21; LP17613.

  BE UP TO DATE. (A Betty Boop Cartoon) 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Thomas Johnson, Harold
    Walker.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 25Feb38; MP8189.

  BE YOUR AGE. (Hal Roach Pathecomedy) © 1926.

    Credits: Supervision, F. Richard Jones; director, Leo McCarey;
    titles, H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 26Oct26; LU23255.

  BE YOURSELF. (Broadway Comedy, no. 15) 1923. 2 reels.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 21Sep23; LP19417.

  BE YOURSELF. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Al St. John, Ben Stoloff.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 10Jan24; LP19813.

  BE YOURSELF. United Artists. 1930. 9 reels. Adapted from "The Champ"
    by Joseph Jackson.

    Credits: Director, Thornton Freeland; adaptation, Max Marcin,
    Thornton Freeland; music arrangement, Hugo Riesenfeld; editor,
    Robert J. Kern.

    © Joseph M. Schenck (Joseph Jackson, author); 8Feb30; LP1098.

  BEACH AND SEA ANIMALS. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrative, Clyde Fisher.

    © Electrical Research Products, Inc.; 1Aug31; MP2759.

  BEACH BABIES. (Variety Comedy) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Bostock; director, Bradley Barker; story,
    Joe Hayman, Gordon Bostock; film editor, E. Pfitzenmeier.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 31Jul29; LP561.

  THE BEACH CLUB. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Edwards; story, Jefferson Moffitt, Harry
    McCoy.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Feb28; LP25012.

  BEACH MASTERS. (The Struggle to Live Series, no. 3) Presented by RKO
    Radio Pictures. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producers, Stacey Woodard, Howard Woodard;
    narrator, Gayne Whitman.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 18Oct35; MP5926.

  A BEACH NUT. Nestor. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story, scenario, and direction, Wallace Beery.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Mar19; LP13497.

  THE BEACH NUT. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray Cozine; story, Harry W. Conn; staged by Max
    E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Oct31; LP2526.

  BEACH NUTS. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director General, J. G. Blystone; director, Noel Smith.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 16May17; LP10775.

  BEACH NUTS. Rolin Film Co. © 1918.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 12
    prints, 24Jun18; LU12578.

  BEACH NUTS. © 1927.

    © Kenilworth Production Co., Inc. (Tom Bret, author); title, descr.
    & 78 prints, 16Sep27; LU24415.

  BEACH OF DREAMS. © 1920.

    © Haworth Studios, Inc. (H. De Vere Stacpoole, author); title,
    descr. & 210 prints, 7Sep20; LU15514.

  BEACH PAJAMAS. (Traveling Man Comedies) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; director, story and adaptation,
    William Goodrich; film editor, Walter Thompson.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 21Sep31; LP2492.

  THE BEACH PARTY. (Mickey Mouse, no. 19) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 7Nov31; MP2901.

  BEACH PICNIC. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 19Jun39; LP9003.

  BEACH SPORTS. (Bill Corum, no. 11) 1937. 1 reel.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 4Jun37; MP7483.

  BEACH VAMPS. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1805.

  THE BEACHCOMBER. © 1915.

    © Bosworth, Inc. (Hobart Bosworth, author); title, descr. & 30
    prints, 4Jan15; LU4098.

  THE BEACHCOMBER. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Charles J. McGuirk; director, L. C. Windom.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 19Oct16; LP9357.

  THE BEACHCOMBER. Mayflower. 1939. 9 reels, sd. Based on the story
    "Vessel of Wrath" by W. Somerset Maugham.

    Credits: Producer and director, Erich Pommer; screenplay, Bartlett
    Cormack; film editor, Robert Hamer.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 10Mar39; LP8696.

  BEACH COMBERS. (An Oswald Cartoon) 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; story, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod;
    artists, Manuel Moreno, Lester Kline.

    © Universal Productions, Inc.; 28Sep36; MP6815.

  BEACHES AND PEACHES. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Archie Mayo.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 13Feb18; LP12058.

  BEACHES AND SCREAM. (Krazy Cat Cartoon) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story and animation, Ben Harrison, Manny Gould.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 29Oct28; MP5483.

  THE BEADED BUCKSKIN BAG. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, E. A. Martin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Everett McNeil, author); title, descr. & 21
    prints, 28Jun13; LU878.

  BEANED BY A BEANSHOOTER. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marston.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Frank Lawrence, author); 15Feb16;
    LP7660.

  BEANS! 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Dillon; story, Rex Taylor; scenario, John B.
    Clymer.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 5Sep18; LP12823.

  BEANS AND BULLETS. Joker. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, W. W. Beaudine; story, Barney Fury; scenario,
    Harry Wulze.

    © Universal Film Manufacturing Co., Inc.; 6Oct16; LP9266.

  BEANSTALK JACK. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational. 1933. 6 min., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Moser & Terry; 20Oct33; MP4412.

  A BEAR, A BOY, AND A DOG. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bert Van Tuyle; story, Nell Shipman.

    © W. H. Clune; 25Sep21; LP17006.

  A BEAR AFFAIR. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 29Apr15; LP5197.

  THE BEAR AND THE BEES. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 26Jan22; MU2096.

  THE BEAR-CAT. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sedgwick; story, F. R. Buckley; scenario,
    George Hively.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Mar22; LP17689.

  BEAR CATS. (Juvenile Comedies) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Jack White; director, Charles Lamont.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 17May26; LP22735.

  THE BEAR FACTS. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tefft Johnson.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Elaine Sterne, author); 9Jun14; LP2858.

  BEAR FACTS. 1917. 2 reels. From the play by Charles Hoyt.

    Credits: Director, J. A. Richmond.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 24Sep17; LP11490.

  BEAR FACTS. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1938. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas; film editor, William Ziegler.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 8Mar38; LP7877.

  BEAR FACTS. SEE Judge Rummy in Bear Facts.

  BEAR KNEES. Presented by William Fox. 1928. 2 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Mark Sandrich; story, Fred Spencer.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 7Aug28; LP25510.

  A BEAR OF A STORY. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Produced and written by Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Tom Mix, author); 29Jul16; LP8869.

  BEAR SKINNED BEAUTIES. Century. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by F. C. Windemere.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Jul20; LP15339.

  THE BEAR TAMER'S DAUGHTER. SEE Revenge.

  THE BEAR THAT COULDN'T SLEEP. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939.
    1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph Ising.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 12Jun39; MP9504.

  THE BEAR TRAP. SEE Excuse My Dust.

  THE BEARDED LADY. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Addison Burkhart.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 3Mar30; LP1124.

  BEARS. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (C. E. Baer, author); 12Jan33;
    MP3887.

  BEARS AND BAD MEN. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Lawrence Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Sep18; LP12933.

  THE BEARS AND BEES. (Silly Symphony, no. U. A. 1) (A Mickey Mouse
    Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 24Jun32; MP3396.

  THE BEARS AND BEES. (A Walt Disney Silly Symphony Cartoon, no. U. A.
    1) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 24Jun32; MP3435.

  BEARS AND BULLETS. 1916. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 29Nov16; LP9633.

  BEASLEY'S CHRISTMAS PARTY. SEE Sophia's Imaginary Visitors.

  THE BEAST. 1915. 2,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Shannon Fife, author); 28Jun15; LP5683.

  THE BEAST. 1916. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Directed by Richard Stanton.

    © William Fox (Richard Stanton, author); 23Jul16; LP8776.

  THE BEAST. SEE

    The Awakening.

    Irene Rich & Company.

  THE BEAST OF BORNEO. 1934. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Garson; story, Alfred Hustwick, Frank J.
    Murray; screenplay, Alfred Hustwick.

    © DuWorld Pictures, Inc. (Far East Productions, Inc., author);
    20Jan34; LP4830.

  A BEAST OF SOCIETY. Big U. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Harvey Gates; producer, Travers Vale.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Feb16; LP7648.

  THE BEAST OF THE CITY. 1932. 10 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Brabin; story, W. R. Burnett; dialogue
    continuity, John L. Mahin.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 11Feb32; LP2840.

  BEASTS OF PARADISE. Universal Special. 1923. 2 reels each. © Universal
    Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, William Craft; story and scenario, Val Cleveland.

    1. The Mystery Ships. © 17Sep23; LP19427.

    2. The Unseen Peril. © 22Sep23; LP19431.

    3. The Typhoon. © 2Oct23; LP19463.

    4. The Sea Raider. © 13Oct23; LP19501.

    5. The Tidewater Trap. © 18Oct23; LP19508.

    6. The Alligator Attacks. © 23Oct23; LP19534.

    7. The Deluge. © 3Nov23; LP19573.

    8. The Mutiny. © 7Nov23; LP19599.

    9. Ship Aflame. © 13Nov23; LP19609.

    10. The Mad Elephant Charge. © 17Nov23; LP19622.

    11. Smothered in the Sand. © 22Nov23; LP19635.

    12. Millions in Gold. © 1Dec23; LP19668.

    13. Into the Bloodhound's Jaws. © 8Dec23; LP19695.

    14. Into the Whirlpool. © 14Dec23; LP19726.

    15. The Trail's End. © 24Dec23; LP19761.

  THE BEASTS OF THE JUNGLE. © 1913.

    © Solax Co. (Alice Blache, author); title, descr. & 96 prints,
    11Feb13; LU364.

  THE BEATEN PATH. American Éclair Production. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair, Inc.
    (Eclair Film Co., author); title, descr. & 61 prints, 31Jul13;
    LU1043.

  BEATING BACK. © 1914.

    Credits: Scenario editor, Lloyd Lonergan.

    © Thanhouser Film Corp. (Lloyd Lonergan, author); title, descr. & 45
    prints, 9Jun14; LU2828.

  BEATING CHEATERS. Paramount. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Parrott; story, Keene Thompson; scenario,
    Bob McGowan.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17May20; LP15138.

  BEATING FATHER TO IT. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Scotty Beall.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Scotty Beall, author); title, descr. & 17 prints,
    18Feb15; LU4488.

  BEATING HEARTS AND CARPETS. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 13Mar15; LP4722.

  BEATING THE BURGLAR. 1914. 400 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Fred H. Hayn, author); 5Nov14; LP3675.

  BEATING THE GAME. Goldwyn Studios. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Directed and supervised by Victor Schertzinger; story and
    continuity, Charles Kenyon.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 27Jul21; LP16790.

  BEATING THE GAME. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Kohlmar; story, Evelyn McKinney; scenario,
    Robert Dillon.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Jul21; LP16780.

  BEATING THE LIMITED. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story, George Marshall; scenario, Tom Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Aug18; LP12805.

  BEATING THE ODDS. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Paul Scardon; story, Irving R. Allen; scenario,
    Edward Montagne.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 15Apr19; LP13619.

  BEATING THEIR BOARD BILL. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co. (A. R. Kennedy, author); title, descr. & 40 prints,
    3Feb14; LU2087.

  BEATRICE FAIRFAX. Wharton, inc. 1916. 2 reels each. © International
    Film Service, Inc.

    Credits: Scenario, Basil Dickey.

    1. The Missing Watchman. © 7Aug16; LP9411.

    2. The Adventure of the Jealous Wife. © 14Aug16; LP9393.

    3. Billie's Romance. © 21Aug16; LP9394.

    4. The Stone God. © 28Aug16; LP9395.

    5. Mimosa San. © 4Sep16; LP9396.

    6. The Forbidden Room. © 11Sep16; LP9397.

    7. A Name for the Baby. © 18Sep16; LP9398.

    8. At the Ainsley Ball. © 25Sep16; LP9399.

    9. Outside the Law. © 9Oct16; LP9412.

    10. Play Ball. © 16Oct16; LP9464.

    11. The Wages of Sin. © 23Oct16; LP9465.

    12. Curiosity. © 23Oct16; LP9400.

    13. The Ringer. © 30Oct16; LP9413.

    14. The Hidden Menace. © 13Nov16; LP9492.

    15. Wrist Watches. © 13Nov16; LP9493.

  BEATRICE LILLIE AND HER BOY FRIENDS. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15May30; MP1512.

  BEATRICE LILLIE, MUSICAL COMEDY STAR OF SHE'S MY BABY, IN HER
    CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ROSES HAVE MADE ME REMEMBER. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Marcel G. Silver.

    © Fox Case Corp.; 5Mar28; MP4836.

  BEATRIX. © 1915.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S; title, descr. & 74 prints, 26Apr15;
    LU5129.

  BEAU AND ARROWS. (An Oswald Comedy) Snappy. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walter Lantz, Bill Nolan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17Mar32; MP3186.

  BEAU BANDIT. 1930. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, William Le Baron; director, Lambert Hillyer;
    screenplay, Wallace Smith; editor, Archie F. Marshek.

    © RKO Productions, Inc.; 2Mar30; LP1179.

  BEAU BASHFUL. 1934. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; story, Albert Austin, James W.
    Horne.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24May34; LP4710.

  BEAU BEST. (Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: Direction and animation, Walter Lantz, William Nolan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17May33; MP4056.

  BEAU BOSKO. (Looney Tunes, no. 3) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Drawn by Rollin Hamilton, Norm Blackburn.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Oct33; MP4348.

  BEAU BROADWAY. 1928. 7 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Story, production and direction, Malcolm St. Clair;
    adaptation, F. Hugh Herbert; continuity, George O'Hara; film editor,
    Harry Reynolds.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 29Sep28; LP25668.

  BEAU BRUMMEL. 1924. 10 reels. From the play by Clyde Fitch.

    Credits: Director, Harry Beaumont; adaptation, Dorothy Farnum.

    © Warner Brothers; 14Mar24; LP19998.

  BEAU CRUMMEL AND HIS BRIDE. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Mark Swan.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 28May13; LP803.

  BEAU GESTE. 1927. 10,000 ft. From the novel by Percival Wren.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Brenon; adaptation, John Russell;
    scenario, Paul Schofield.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 1Aug27; LP24265.

  BEAU GESTE. 1939. 12 reels, sd. Based on the novel by Percival
    Christopher Wren.

    Credits: Producer and director, William A. Wellman; screenplay,
    Robert Carson; film editor, Thomas Scott.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 15Sep39; LP9143.

  BEAU HUNKS. (A Hal Roach Comedy) 1931. 4 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 3Nov31; LP2607.

  BEAU IDEAL. 1930. 9 reels. Based on the novel by Percival C. Wren.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Brenon; screenplay, Paul Schofield;
    adaptation, Elizabeth Meehan.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec30; LP1955.

  BEAU NIGHT. SEE El Brendell and Flo Bert in Beau Night.

  BEAU REVEL. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Griffith Wray; story, Louis Joseph Vance.

    © Thomas H. Ince; 21Feb21; LP16170.

  BEAU SABREUR. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1928.
    6,704 ft. From the story by Percival Christopher Wren.

    Credits: Director, John Waters; adaptation, Tom J. Geraghty.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 7Jan28; LP24838.

  THE BEAUTIES. (Rainbow Comedies) 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Hugh Cummings; producer, John C. Flinn; director, Frank T.
    Davis; film editor, Fred Maguire; music director, Josiah Zuro.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 22Jun30; LP1389.

  BEAUTIES BEWARE. (Ideal Comedies) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack White; director, Stephen Roberts.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 27Jan29; LP135.

  BEAUTIES IN DISTRESS. 1920.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1798.

  THE BEAUTIFUL ADVENTURE. Presented by Charles Frohman. 1917. 6 reels.
    Based on the play "La Belle Aventure" by R. De Flers and A. De
    Caillavet.

    Credits: Director, Dell Henderson; scenario, Joseph F. Poland.

    © Empire All Star Corp.; 23Oct17; LP11619.

  THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED. 1922. 7 reels. From the story by F. Scott
    Fitzgerald.

    Credits: Director, William A. Seiter; scenario and adaptation, Olga
    Printzlau.

    © Warner Brothers; 1Dec22; LP18672.

  BEAUTIFUL AND DUMB. (A Van Beuren Miniature) RKO-Van Beuren Corp.
    Presented by Radio Pictures. 1932. 1 reel, sd. A short story from
    Liberty Magazine by Walter Marquiss.

    Credits: Associate producer, Nat Ross; adaptation and direction,
    Emmett Flynn; screenplay, Ruth Todd, Dick Smith; editor, Vera Wade.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 9Apr32; LP2976.

  BEAUTIFUL BANFF AND LAKE LOUISE. (A FitzPatrick Traveltalk) 1935. 1
    reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Director, Benjamin D. Sharpe; compiler, J. A. FitzPatrick;
    photography, W. C. Hoch.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 12Oct35; MP5946.

  BEAUTIFUL BELINDA. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, E. A. Martin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (James Oliver Curwood, author); 19May15;
    LP5407.

  BEAUTIFUL BERMUDA. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel-Picture) 1921. 1
    reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 12Jan21;
    MP1841.

  BEAUTIFUL BUDAPEST. (A FitzPatrick Traveltalk) 1938. 791 ft., sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Photographer, Winton C. Hoch; music score, Jack Shilkret.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 1Apr38; MP8341.

  THE BEAUTIFUL BULLET. SEE Danger Street.

  BEAUTIFUL BUT DUMB. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Elmer Clifton; story and continuity, John Francis
    Natteford; editor, Desmond O'Brien.

    © Tiffany-Stahl Productions, Inc.; 1Sep28; LP25598.

  BEAUTIFUL, BUT DUMMIES. 1938. 1,536 ft., sd.

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

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 25Mar38; LP7931.

  BEAUTIFUL CALIFORNIA, 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Walter Stradling, author); 15Jul14;
    MP212.

  THE BEAUTIFUL CAVERNS OF LURAY, A WORLD OF ROCK-RIBBED DARKNESS. 1938.
    30 min., sd., b&w., color sequences, 16 mm.

    © T. C. Northcott; 1Sep38; MP8949.

  THE BEAUTIFUL CHEAT. Jewel. 1926. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sloman; story, Nina Wilcox Putnam;
    scenario, A. P. Younger, Olga Printzlau.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Feb26; LP22359.

  THE BEAUTIFUL CITY. First National. 1925. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb; screenplay, Edmund Goulding.

    © Inspiration Pictures, Inc.; 26Oct25; LP21930.

  THE BEAUTIFUL GAMBLER. Universal Special. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, William Worthington; story, Peter B. Kyne;
    scenario, Hope Loring.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25May21; LP16591.

  THE BEAUTIFUL IMPOSTOR. (Star Featurette) 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Catherine Carr; director, Lucius Henderson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Jul17; LP11108.

  BEAUTIFUL JIM. B. & C. Co., England. © 1914.

    © Apex Film Co. (B. & C. Co., author); title, 23Nov14; descr.,
    2Dec14; 49 prints, 3Dec14; LU3889.

  THE BEAUTIFUL LADY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 1Mar15; LP4582.

  THE BEAUTIFUL LIAR. Nestor. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ben Wilson; story, Rex Taylor.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Dec18; LP13132.

  THE BEAUTIFUL LIAR. First National. Presented by B. P. Schulberg.
    1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: George Marion, Jr.; director, Wallace Worsley.

    © Preferred Pictures, Inc.; 27Dec21; LP17386.

  THE BEAUTIFUL LIE. Rolfe Photoplays, Inc. 1917. 5 reels. From the poem
    "Reveries of a Station House" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

    Credits: Director, John W. Noble; adaptation, June Mathis.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 19May17; LP10799.

  THE BEAUTIFUL MRS. REYNOLDS. © 1918. Title changed from "The
    Adventurer."

    Credits: Director, Arthur Ashley; story, Samuel M. Weller.

    © World Film Corp. (Samuel M. Weller, author); title & descr.,
    12Jan18; 334 prints, 14Jan18; LU11934.

  THE BEAUTIFUL SINNER. Presented by Perfection Pictures. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, W. S. Van Dyke; story, Wilfred Lucas.

    © C. B. C Film Sales Corp.; 30Oct24; LP20719.

  BEAUTIFUL SWITZERLAND. (A Columbia Tour, series 3, no. 1) 1939. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, André De La Varre; narrator, Len Sterling.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Nov39; MP9761.

  THE BEAUTIFUL TEMPLES OF CEYLON. (Dr. Dorsey's Travel Pictures)
    Powers. 1916. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Oct16; MP733.

  BEAUTIFUL THOUGHTS. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Eva and Stanley Dark, authors);
    12Oct15; LP6802.

  BEAUTIFULLY TRIMMED. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Marcel DeLano; story, Marguerite C. Storrs;
    scenario, Douglas Doty, Marcel DeLano.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Nov20; LP15853.

  BEAUTY. SEE

    Beauty for Sale.

    The Bondage of Fear.

  BEAUTY A LA MUD. (Jimmie Adams Comedies) Educational Film Exchanges,
    Inc. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harold Beaudine.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 15Sep26; LP23118.

  BEAUTY AND BOOTY. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by J. A. Howe.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 26Dec18; LP13231.

  BEAUTY AND BULLETS. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Sep28; LP25638.

  BEAUTY AND THE BAD MAN. Released by Producers Distributing Corp. 1925.
    6 reels. Adapted from the story "Cornflower Cassie's Concert" by
    Peter B. Kyne.

    Credits: Producer, Frank E. Woods; director, William Worthington;
    adaptation, E. Richard Schayer.

    © Peninsula Studios, Inc.; 24Apr25; LP21402.

  BEAUTY AND THE BANDIT. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Kull; story, Harry McArthur, George H.
    Plympton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Oct21; LP17121.

  BEAUTY AND THE BANDIT. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Kull; story, Henry McArthur, Geo. H.
    Plympton.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Jun25; LP21560.

  BEAUTY AND THE BARGE. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (W. W. Jacobs, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 28Mar14; LU2442.

  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. (Merrie Melodies) 1934. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Jack King, Rollin
    Hamilton; music, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby; musical score, Norman
    Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 5Apr34; MP4681.

  BEAUTY AND THE BOOB. 1919. 2 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 4Jun19; LP13798.

  BEAUTY AND THE BOSS. Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1932. 7 reels. Based on the play "Church Mouse" by
    Ladislaus Fodor.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; adaptation, Joseph Jackson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Mar32; LP2931.

  BEAUTY AND THE BUMP. (A Skylark Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Craig Hutchinson.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 14Oct27; LP24581.

  BEAUTY AND THE BUS. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1933. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor, William Terhune.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 12Sep33; LP4125.

  THE BEAUTY BUNGLERS. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 12Apr15; LP5041.

  BEAUTY CONTEST. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Ernest Truex, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 10Dec21; LU17339.

  THE BEAUTY DOCTOR. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, John Steppling; scenario, James Dayton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Feb17; LP10233.

  BEAUTY FOR SALE. 1933. 9 reels, sd. From the novel "Beauty" by Faith
    Baldwin.

    Credits: Associate producer, Lucien Hubbard; director, Richard
    Boleslavsky; screenplay, Zelda Sears, Eve Greene; film editor,
    Blanche Sewell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 8Sep33; LP4230.

  BEAUTY FOR THE ASKING. 1939. 68 min., sd.

    Credits: Grace Norton, Adele Buffington; producer, B. P. Fineman;
    director, Glenn Tryon; story, Edmund L. Hartmann; screenplay, Doris
    Anderson, Paul Jarrico; editor, George Crone; music director, Roy
    Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 10Feb39; LP8654.

  THE BEAUTY HUNTERS. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, William Robert Daly.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (James Oliver Curwood, author); 25Mar16;
    LP7945.

  BEAUTY IN CHAINS. Special Feature. 1918. 5 reels. Based on the book
    "Doña Perfecta" by B. Pérez Galdós.

    Credits: Director, Elsie Jane Wilson; scenario, Elliott J. Clawson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Feb18; LP12104.

  THE BEAUTY MARKET. First National. Presented by The Katherine
    MacDonald Pictures Corp. 1919. 6 reels. Adapted from "The Bleeders"
    by Margery Land May.

    Credits: Director, Colin Campbell.

    © Attractions Dist. Corp.; 22Dec19; LP14547.

  BEAUTY MOULDING. © 1925.

    © Marinello Co. (George Alexander Ward, author); title, descr. & 2
    prints, 5Feb25; MU2895.

  BEAUTY ON BROADWAY. Rowland-Brice. 1933. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Monte Brice; story, Sig Herzig, H. O. Kusell.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11May33; LP3880.

  THE BEAUTY PARADE. 1930. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Mar30; LP1183.

  THE BEAUTY PARLOR. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 6Jun23; MU2289.

  THE BEAUTY PARLOR. 1926. 2 reels. Suggested by the Cosmopolitan
    Magazine stories by H. C. Witwer.

    Credits: Directors, Arvid E. Gillstrom, Reggie Morris; adaptation,
    Tom McNamara; continuity, Jean Dupont.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 3Aug26; LP24127.

  A BEAUTY PARLOR. 1926. 2 reels.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 21Mar26; LP22531.

  THE BEAUTY PRIZE. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Ingraham; story, Nina Wilcox Putnam;
    continuity, Winifred Dunn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 26Dec24; LP20997.

  BEAUTY-PROOF. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Paul Scardon; story, James Oliver Curwood;
    scenario, Edward J. Montagne.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 29May19; LP13783.

  BEAUTY SECRETS FROM HOLLYWOOD. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 4Sep31; MP2767.

  THE BEAUTY SHOP. Cosmopolitan Productions. Paramount. Presented by
    Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 1922. 7 reels. From the play by Channing
    Pollock and Rennold Wolf.

    Credits: Director, Edward Dillon.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 16May22; LP17909.

  THE BEAUTY SHOP. SEE Mary Haynes in The Beauty Shop.

  BEAUTY SHOPPE. 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lantz; story, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod.

    © Universal Productions, Inc.; 23Mar36; MP6307.

  BEAUTY SHOPPE. Mentone. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6Sep38; LP8255.

  BEAUTY SHOPPERS. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Louis J. Gasnier; story, Travers Lane;
    continuity, John F. Natteford.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 13Jun27; LP24077.

  THE BEAUTY SPOT. (A Folly Comedy) 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Brooks; story, Earle Mountain, Cliff
    Dixon; adaptation, Luther A. Yantis; film editor, E. Pfitzenmeier.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 16Feb30; LP1100.

  BEAUTY SPOTS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1925.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    19 prints, 26Mar25; MU2936.

  BEAUTY SPOTS. 1933. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Mar33; MP3895.

  BEAUTY SPOTS IN CALIFORNIA. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Bray Screen Products, Inc.; 1Jun24; MP2656.

  BEAUTY TO LET. SEE Money Isn't Everything.

  BEAUTY UNADORNED. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Messrs. Lytton and Young.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Sidney Drew, author); 14Nov13;
    LP1692.

  BEAUTY'S DAUGHTER. SEE Navy Wife.

  BEAUTY'S WORTH. 1922. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert G. Vignola; story, Sophie Kerr; scenario,
    Luther Reed.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 5Apr22; LP17726.

  BEAUX AND ERRORS. 1938. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Charles E. Roberts; story,
    Charles E. Roberts, George Jeske; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Oct38; LP8361.

  BEAVER ACTIVITIES. © 1929.

    © James MacGillivray; title & descr., 9Oct29; 5 prints, 8Nov29;
    MU838.

  BEAVERS. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 10Apr30;
    MP1819.

  BECAUSE HE LOVED HER. © 1916.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 150
    prints, 21Jan16; LU7467.

  BECAUSE HE LOVED HER. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Mack Sennett; director, Del Henderson.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); 17Jan16; LP9139.

  BECAUSE OF A HAT. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co. (E. Middleton, author); title, descr. & 53 prints,
    27Feb14; LU2234.

  THE BECKONING FLAME. © 1915.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (C. Gardner Sullivan, author); title, descr. &
    451 prints, 21Dec15; LU7260.

  THE BECKONING FLAME. 1916. 5 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Thos. H. Ince, author); 16Jan16; LP10730.

  THE BECKONING TRAIL. Red Feather. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: F. McGrew Willis; director, Jack Conway.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Jul16; LP8787.

  BECKY. Cosmopolitan. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, John P. McCarthy; story, Raynor Selig; scenario,
    Marian Constance Blackton; film editor, John W. English.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 12Oct27; LP24500.

  BECKY SHARP. 1935. 9 reels, sd., color. Based on the novel "Vanity
    Fair" by Thackeray and the play "Becky Sharp" by Langdon Mitchell.

    Credits: Producers, Kenneth Macgowan, Reuben Mamoulian; screenplay,
    Francis Edwards Faragoh; editor, Archie F. Marshek; music director,
    Max Steiner.

    © Pioneer Pictures, Inc.; 13Jun35; LP5609.

  BECOMING LINES SELL APPAREL. 1930. Filmstrip, 76 frames.

    © Rowland Rogers Picture Service, Inc. (Rowland Rogers, author);
    23May30; MP2345.

  A BED OF ROSES. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 20Jul22; LU18068.

  BED OF ROSES. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, Gregory La Cava;
    original story and screenplay, Wanda Tuchock; dialogue, Gregory La
    Cava, Eugene Thackrey; film editor, Basil Wrangle; music director,
    Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Jul33; LP4036.

  BED ROCK. SEE Coming Through.

  BEDELIA. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 3Jan30; MP1032.

  BEDLAM OF BEARDS. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ben Holmes; story, Ben Holmes, Johnnie Grey;
    dialogue, Bobby Clark; film editor, Charles L. Kimball.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Apr34; LP4607.

  THE BEDOUIN'S SACRIFICE. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Director, Harry Beaumont.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 22Jul15; LP5890.

  THE BEDROOM WINDOW. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, William De Mille; story, Clara Beranger.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 18Jun24; LP20309.

  BEDSIDE. Presented by First National Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
    Corp. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert Florey; story, Manuel Seff, Harvey Thew;
    screenplay, Lillie Hayward, James Wharton; additional dialogue, Rian
    James.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 9Apr34; LP4602.

  BED TIME. SEE Hollingsworth and Crawford in Bed Time.

  A BEDTIME STORY. Bluebird. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Summerville.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Mar26; LP22565.

  A BEDTIME STORY. 1933. 9 reels, sd. From a novel by Roy Horniman.

    Credits: Director, Norman Taurog; screenplay, Waldemar Young,
    Nunnally Johnson; adaptation, Benjamin Glazer; music and lyrics,
    Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Apr33; LP3820.

  BED-TIME VAUDEVILLE. 1937. 11 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Feb37; LP6941.

  BEDTIME WORRIES. (Hal Roach Our Gang Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach.
    1933. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert McGowan; film editor, William
    Terhune.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 26Sep33; LP14188.

  THE BEE AND THE FOX. SEE Harry Fox and Beatrice Curtis in The Bee and
    the Fox.

  BEE BREAD. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Louis Hodgman Tolhurst; 28Jul27; MP4239.

  BEE CAUSE. (Krazy Kat) 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 15Aug27;
    LP24366.

  THE BEE THAT GETS THE HONEY. 1931. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 19Apr31;
    MP2507.

  BEEFSTEAKS. (Barney Google Series, no. 5) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ceder; story, E. V. Durling.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 13Dec28; LP25970.

  BEER AND BICYCLES. SEE Stolen by Gypsies.

  BEER AND PRETZELS. (An M-G-M Revue) 1933. 913 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Music, Al Goodhart; lyrics, Gus Kahn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 21Aug33; LP4074.

  BEER MUST GO DOWN. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ben Cohn; producer, Eddie Lyons, Lee Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Jul16; LP8725.

  THE BEER PARADE. (Scrappy) Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1933.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Dick Heumor; producer, Charles Mintz; animation, Sid
    Marcus, Art Davis; music score, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 8Mar33; MP3896.

  BEES AND HONEY. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 21Feb13; MP35.

  THE BEES' BUZZ. (Educational-Mack Sennett Talking Comedy) 1929. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 15May29; LP373.

  BEES IN HIS BONNET. Rolin Film Co. © 1918.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 27
    prints, 23Jul18; LU12669.

  BEET AND CANE SUGAR. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 10Mar30;
    MP1820.

  BEETLES. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits; Narrative, Clyde Fisher.

    © Electrical Research Products, Inc.; 1Oct31; MP2896.

  BEFORE AND AFTER. © 1937. B&w, 16 mm.

    © Charles George Hoehne; title, descr. & 31 prints, 27Jul37; LU7308.

  BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING. Metro-Drew. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits; Written and directed by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 26Feb18; LP12115.

  BEFORE BREAKFAST. © 1919.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 21
    prints, 13Mar19; LU13488.

  BEFORE DAWN. 1933. 6 reels, sd. From the story by Edgar Wallace.

    Credits: Associate producer, Shirley Burden; director, Irving
    Pichel; screenplay, Garrett Fort; editor, William Hamilton; music
    director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 4Aug33; LP4121.

  BEFORE MIDNIGHT. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Adolfi; story, Jules Furthman.

    © Banner Productions, Inc.; 11Jul25; LP21645.

  BEFORE MIDNIGHT. 1933. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story and screenplay, Robert
    Quigley; film editor. Otto Meyer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Nov33; LP4249.

  BEFORE TAKING. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 15
    prints, 28May24; LU20246.

  BEFORE THE BAR. SEE Hurst and Vogt in Before the Bar.

  BEFORE THE CIRCUS. Paramount-Briggs. 1919. 1 reel. Based on "The Days
    of Real Sport" by Briggs.

    Credits: Director, John William Kellette; scenario. Doty Hobart.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 31Oct19; LP14500.

  BEFORE THE PUBLIC. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 16Dec22; LU18516.

  BEG, BORROW, OR STEAL. 1937. 8 reels, sd., b&w. Suggested by a story
    by William C. White.

    Credits: Producer, Frederick Stephani; director, William Thiele;
    screenplay, Leonard Lee, Harry Ruskin, Marion Parsonnet; film
    editor, Conrad A. Nervig; music score, William Axt.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 30Nov37; LP7649.

  THE BEGGAR CHILD. © 1914. 2 reels.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Mrs. Perry Banks, author); title & descr.,
    25Nov14; 152 prints, 27Nov14; LU3836.

  A BEGGAR IN PURPLE. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Edgar Lewis, author); title, descr. & 120
    prints, 20Oct20; LU15688.

  THE BEGGAR KING. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Wilbert Melville.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Wilbert Melville, author); 8May16; LP8248.

  THE BEGGAR MAID. 1921. 2 reels.

    © Triart Productions, Inc.; 25Sep21; LP17022.

  THE BEGGAR OF CAWNPORE. © 1916.

    Credits: Supervision, Thos. H. Ince; director, Charles Swickard.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (C. Gardner Sullivan, author); title, descr. &
    663 prints, 5May16; LU8225.

  BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1925. 8 reels. From the play by George S. Kaufman and Marc
    Connelly.

    Credits: Producer, James Cruze; screenplay, Walter Woods.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 15Sep25; LP21822.

  THE BEGGAR PRINCE. © 1920.

    © Haworth Pictures Corp. (E. Richard Schayer, author); title, descr.
    & 126 prints, 6Apr20; LU14974.

  THE BEGGAR WOMAN. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Cheslar Subinsky.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (I. N. Ermoheff, author); title, descr. & 45
    prints, 4Mar18; LU12128.

  BEGGARS IN ERMINE. 1934. 8 reels, sd. From the novel by Esther Lynd
    Day.

    Credits: Producer, W. T. Lackey; director, Phil Rosen; screenplay
    and dialogue, Tristram Tupper.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15Apr34; LP4812.

  BEGGARS OF LIFE. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1928.
    7,504 ft. From the story by Jim Tully.

    Credits: Producer and director, William A. Wellman; scenario,
    Benjamin Glazer.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 21Sep28; LP25642.

  BEGINNER'S LUCK. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Our Gang Comedy) 1935. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; film editor, Louis McManus.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 8Apr35; LP5477.

  BEGINNING OF THE RAPIDS OF THE TAPAJOHS. SEE Roosevelt Brazilian
    Expedition.

  BEGINNING THE SALE. 1932. Filmstrip.

    © The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. (Nelson D. Phelps & R.
    P. Thierbach, authors); 9May32; MP3964.

  THE BEHAVIOR OF LIGHT. 1930. 995 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 19Dec30;
    MP2570.

  BEHAVIOR PATTERNS AT ONE YEAR. (Yale Films of Child Development) 1935.
    1 reel.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (Arnold Gesell, author); 4Feb35;
    MP5452.

  BEHAVIOUR OF MRS. CRANE. SEE Uncertain Lady.

  BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. 1915. 5 reels.

    © Triumph Film Corp. (Eve Unsell, author); 27Dec15; LP7478.

  BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. 1929. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, R. William Neill; story,
    Lilian Ducey, H. Milner Kitchin; scenario and adaptation, Howard J.
    Green.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20May29; LP409.

  BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. The Jam Handy Organization. © 1938. Sd., b&w, 35
    mm.

    © General Motors Sales Corp., Chevrolet Motor Div. (Jam Handy
    Picture Service, inc., author); title & descr., 26Oct38; 143 prints,
    27Oct38; MU8837.

  BEHIND COMEDY'S MASK. © 1914.

    © Pathé Frères (Internationale Film Vertriebs-Gesellschaft,
    G.m.b.H.); title, descr. & 25 prints, 5Jan14; LU1902.

  BEHIND IN FRONT. SEE Felix the Cat—Behind in Front.

  BEHIND JURY DOORS. Presented by George W. Weeks. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Fanchon Royer; director, Breezy Eason; assistant
    director, Bill Billings; story, Frank E. Fenton; adaptation, John
    Thomas Neville.

    © Mayfair Pictures Corp.; 3Jan33; LP3541.

  BEHIND LIFE'S STAGE. Universal Special. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Allen J. Holubar.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Sep16; LP9224.

  BEHIND MASKS. 1921. 5 reels. Adapted from the story "Jeanne of the
    Marshes" by E. Phillips Oppenheim.

    Credits: Director, Frank Reicher; scenario, Kathryn Stuart.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 21Jul21; LP16782.

  BEHIND OFFICE DOORS. 1931. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Melville Brown; story, Alan Brener Schultz;
    screenplay, Carey Wilson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Mar31; LP2095.

  BEHIND PRISON GATES. 1939. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Barton; original screenplay, Arthur T.
    Horman, Leslie T. White.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Jul39; LP9005.

  BEHIND THAT CURTAIN. 1929. 10 reels. From the story by Earl Derr
    Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; scenario, Sonya Levien, Clarke
    Silvernail.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 28Jun29; LP506.

  BEHIND THE BROADCAST. 1936. For RCA Victor Co. 1 reel, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 11Aug36; MP6755.

  BEHIND THE COUNTER. Presented by Hollywood Productions, 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. A. Howe; story, T. J. Crizer, N. T. Barrows,
    James Davis.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 3Mar28; LP25030.

  BEHIND THE CRIMINAL. (A Crime Does Not Pay Subject) 1937. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet; original story and screenplay,
    Winston Miller.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 5Nov37; LP7601.

  BEHIND THE CUP. © 1930.

    © Hills Bros. (H. G. Hills, author); title & descr., 25Aug30; 43
    prints, 12Aug30; MU1933.

  BEHIND THE CUP. © 1939. 4 reels, sd., color, 35 mm.

    Credits: Narrator, Carroll Wilson; music score and direction, Aaron
    Gonzalez.

    © Hills Bros. Coffee, Inc. (T. C. Wilson, author); title, descr. &
    226 prints, 23Aug39; MU9607.

  BEHIND THE CURTAIN. Rex. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Robert Thomas Hardy; producer, Henry Otto.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Mar16; LP7808.

  BEHIND THE CURTAIN. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Chester M. Franklin; story, William J. Flynn;
    adaptation, Emile Forst.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Jun24; LP20358.

  BEHIND THE DOOR. Paramount-Artcraft. 1919. 7 reels. From the play by
    Gouverneur Morris.

    Credits: Director, Irvin V. Willat; scenario, Luther Reed.

    © Thomas H. Ince; 5Nov19; LP14413.

  BEHIND THE EVIDENCE. 1935. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story and screenplay, Harold
    Shumate; film editor, Richard Cahoon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Jan35; LP5239.

  BEHIND THE FRONT. 1919. 2 reels.

    © Century Comedies; 29Jan19; LP13346.

  BEHIND THE FRONT. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1926. 6 reels. From "Spoils of War" by Hugh Wiley.

    Credits: Producer and director, Edward Sutherland; story, Hugh
    Wiley; screenplay, Ethel Doherty; adaptation, Monty Brice.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 24Feb26; LP22417.

  BEHIND THE GERMAN LINES. Ufa. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1929. Sd., si.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 11Jan29; LP13.

  BEHIND THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA. Powers. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jan17; MP821.

  BEHIND THE GREEN LIGHTS. Presented by Nat Levine. 1935. 7 reels, sd.
    From the book by Capt. Cornelius W. Willemse.

    Credits: Supervision, Colbert Clark; director, Christy Cabanne;
    screenplay, James Gruen, Colbert Clark; film editor, Joseph Lewis.

    © Mascot Pictures Corp. (Cornelius W. Willemse, author); 11Mar35;
    LP5413.

  BEHIND THE GREEN PORTIERES. SEE The Way Women Love.

  BEHIND THE HEADLINES. (A Pete Smith Specialty) 1936. Produced with the
    cooperation of the Los Angeles Times. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 3Sep36; MP6773.

  BEHIND THE HEADLINES. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Cliff Reid; director, Richard Rosson; story,
    Thomas Ahearn; screenplay, Edmund L. Hartmann, J. Robert Bren;
    editor, Harry Marker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14May37; LP7167.

  BEHIND THE LINE. (Football Thrills Series) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Clyde E. Elliott; editor, Leonard Mitchell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Apr32; MP3236.

  BEHIND THE LINES. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Mary Rider; director, Henry McRae; adaptation, Walter
    Woods.

    © Blue Bird Photoplays, Inc.; 28Aug16; LP9021.

  BEHIND THE MAKE-UP. 1930. 8 reels, si. & sd. From the story "The
    Feeder" by Mildred Cram.

    Credits: Director, Robert Milton; adaptation, George Manker Watters,
    Howard Estabrook; film editor, Doris Drought.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 8Jan30; LP981.

  BEHIND THE MAP. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Direction and story, William W. Beaudine; scenario, Tom
    Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Aug17 LP11242.

  BEHIND THE MASK. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Moore.

    © Biograph Co.; 13Sep15; LP6347.

  BEHIND THE MASK. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Francis Ford; scenario, Grace Cunard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Mar16; LP7986.

  BEHIND THE MASK. 1932. 7 reels. Adapted from "In the Secret Service."

    Credits: Director, John Francis Dillon; story, adaptation and
    dialogue, Jo Swerling; continuity, Dorothy Howell; film editor, Otis
    Garrett.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Feb32; LP2831.

  BEHIND THE MIKE. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, Sidney Salkow; original
    story, Thomas Ahearn, Walton Butterfield; screenplay, Barry Trivers;
    film editor, Phil Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 16Sep37; LP7411.

  BEHIND THE PRISON BARS. SEE Sotto e Cancelle.

  BEHIND THE SCENES IN A MODERN HOSPITAL. © 1938. Color, 16 mm.

    Credits: Directed and produced by George U. Wood.

    © George U. Wood; title, descr. & 18 prints, 7Dec38; MU8943.

  BEHIND THE SCENES IN JAPAN. (Dr. Dorsey's Travel Pictures) Powers.
    1916. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Sep16; MP722.

  BEHIND THE SCREEN. Nestor. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Al. E. Christie.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Jul15; LP5842.

  BEHIND THE SCREEN. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Charles Chaplin.

    © Lone Star Corp.; 13Nov16; LP9557.

  BEHIND THE SECRET PANEL. Imp. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: William Addison Lathrop; director, George Ridgwell.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jun16; LP8498.

  BEHIND THE VEIL. Victor. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Lucius J. Henderson; story, Elizabeth R.
    Carpenter; adaptation, Catherine Carr.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 27Jun16; LP8592.

  BEHIND THE WHEEL. SEE The Speeding Venus.

  BEHOLD MY WIFE. Paramount. Presented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1920. 7 reels.
    From the novel "The Translation of a Savage" by Sir Gilbert Parker.

    Credits: Producer and director, George Melford; scenario, Frank
    Condon.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 14Sep20; LP15555.

  BEHOLD MY WIFE! Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1934. 9 reels, sd. From the
    novel "The Translation of a Savage" by Sir Gilbert Parker.

    Credits: Producer, B. P. Schulberg; director, Mitchell Leisen;
    screenplay, Vincent Lawrence, Grover Jones; adaptation, William R.
    Lipman, Oliver La Farge.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 10Dec34; LP5154.

  BEHOLD THE WOMAN. 1924. 7 reels. From the novel "The Hillman" by E.
    Phillips Oppenheim.

    Credits: Director, J. Stuart Oppenheim; adaptation, Marian
    Constance.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 30Jun24; LP20363.

  BEHOLD WE LIVE. SEE If I Were Free.

  BEING RESPECTABLE. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story, Grace Flandrau; scenario,
    Dorothy Farnum.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 1Jul24; LP20365.

  BELATED EVIDENCE. SEE Hard-Boiled Haggerty.

  A BELATED HONEYMOON. 1915. 1,000 feet.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Lawrence McCloskey, author); 23Jan15; LP4286.

  BELFLEX SHACKLES—A STEP AHEAD. 1926. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 25Sep26;
    MP3841.

  BELGIAN VILLAGE. (A Century of Progress) 1933. 100 ft.

    © Burton Holmes Films, Inc. (H. T. Cowling, author); 15Jun33;
    MP4248.

  BELGIUM, THE KINGDOM OF GRIEF. © 1916.

    © The Beacon Films, Inc.; title, descr. & 82 prints, 13Nov16; MU756.

  BELIEVE IT OR ELSE. (Merrie Melodies) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Fred Avery; story,
    Dave Monahan; animation, Virgil Ross; music director, Carl W.
    Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 3Jun39; MP9424.

  BELIEVE IT OR NOT! (Paramount-Christie Comedy) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harold Beaudine; story, Jean Arlette; titles, Al
    Martin.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 23Nov28; LP25859.

  BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Jun30; MP1617.

  BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 1930. 1 reel.

    Credits: Robert L. Ripley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Nov30; MP2034.

  BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Robert L. Ripley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Jan31; MP2219.

  BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Robert L. Carlson.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Feb31; MP2355.

  BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Narrator, Leo Donnelly.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Apr32; MP3446.

  BELIEVE ME. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Jeske.

    © Arrow Pictures Corp.; 21Jan25; LP21096.

  BELIEVE ME IF ALL THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS. SEE The Supreme
    Passion.

  BELIEVE ME XANTIPPE. 1918. 5 reels. From the play by Frederick
    Ballard.

    Credits: Director, Donald Crisp; scenario, Olga Printzlau.

    © Famous Player-Lasky Corp.; 3May18; LP12379.

  A BELIEVER IN DREAMS. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (George Terwilliger, author); 25Nov14; LP3842.

  BELL AND COATES IN A SINGING ACT. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Sep28; MP5376.

  THE BELL BOY. Paramount-Arbuckle Comedy. Presented by Joseph M.
    Schenck. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Fatty Arbuckle.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 7Mar18; LP12194.

  BELLBOY THIRTEEN. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Seiter.

    © Thomas H. Ince Corp.; 8Jan23; LP18557.

  THE BELL-HOP. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 5Aug15; LP6045.

  THE BELL HOP. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Larry Semon, Norman Taurog.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 29Aug21; LP16905.

  BELLA DONNA. © 1915.

    © Famous Players Film Co. (Hugh Ford, author); title, descr. & 15
    prints, 12Nov15; LU6988.

  BELLA DONNA. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1923. 8 reels. From
    the novel by Robert Hichens.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Hichens; scenario, Ouida
    Bergere.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 21Mar23; LP18836.

  BELLAMY THE MAGNIFICENT. SEE A Gentleman of Paris.

  BELLAMY TRIAL. Hearst News Service, Inc. 1928. 8 reels, b&w. From the
    story by Frances Noyes Hart.

    Credits: Film editor, Frank Sullivan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Co.; 10Dec28; LP25905.

  BELLA'S ELOPEMENT. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Maurice Costello, Robert Gaillard.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A. Tremayne, author); 24Aug14;
    LP3266.

  THE BELLE AND THE BELLHOP. Victor. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Roy Clements.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 11Jul16; LP8670.

  THE BELLE AND THE BILL. (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Horace Davey; story and scenario, Ben Cohen.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Sep20; LP15562.

  LA BELLE AVENTURE. SEE The Beautiful Adventure.

  BELLE BOYD, A CONFEDERATE SPY. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Oscar Eagle.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Charles E. Nixon, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints. 5May13; LU682.

  THE BELLE OF BARNEGAT. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Written and produced by Clay M. Greene.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Clay M. Greene, author); 5Oct15; LP6552.

  THE BELLE OF BROADWAY. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry O. Hoyt; story, J. Grubb Alexander, Jean
    Peary.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Oct26; LP23184.

  THE BELLE OF NEW YORK. 1919. 5 reels. From the play by Hugh Morton
    [pseud. of Charles M. S. McLellan] and Gustave Kerker.

    © Marion Davies Film Corp.; 6Feb19; LP13416.

  THE BELLE OF SAMOA. 1929. 2 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Marcel Silver.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 25Feb29; LP149.

  BELLE OF THE NIGHT. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse Lasky. 1930. 2
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Morton Blumenstock.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 13Feb30; LP1102.

  BELLE OF THE NINETIES. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1934. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, William Le Baron; director, Leo McCarey; original
    story and screenplay, Mae West; music and lyrics, Arthur Johnston,
    Sam Coslow.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Sep34; LP4955.

  THE BELLE OF THE SEASON. 1919. 5 reels. From the poem by Ella Wheeler
    Wilcox.

    Credits: Producer, B. A. Rolfe; scenario and direction, S. Rankin
    Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 4Aug19; LP14028.

  LA BELLE RUSSE. © 1914. From the play by David Belasco.

    © Regent Feature Film Co. (August C. Dorner, author); title, descr.
    & 50 prints, 8Sep14; LU3329.

  LA BELLE RUSSE. 1919. 6 reels. From the play by David Belasco.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Charles J. Brabin.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 21Sep19; LP14207.

  THE BELLED PALM. SEE Paradise Isle.

  THE BELLES OF LIBERTY. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, James Davis.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 3Jul18; LP12629.

  BELLIGERENT BETTIE. © 1920.

    Credits: Scenario and production, Grace Mel Murray.

    © Grace Mel Murray; title & descr., 3Jul20; 135 prints, 23Aug20;
    LU15454.

  THE BELLS. 1913. Suggested by the poem by Edgar Allan Poe.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Jul13; LP960.

  THE BELLS. Pathé Frères. © 1918. Based on the play by
    Erckmann-Chatrian.

    Credits: Director, Ernest C. Warde; picturized by Gilson Willets,
    Jack Cunningham.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Gilson Willets, author); title, descr. & 52
    prints, 15Nov18; LU13037.

  THE BELLS OF DEATH. © 1913.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 124
    prints, 12Nov13; LU1566.

  BELLS OF SAN JUAN. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Scott Dunlap; story, Jackson Gregory; scenario,
    Rex Taylor.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 15Oct22; LP19126.

  BELONGING. SEE In Every Woman's Life.

  BELOVED. 1934. 9 reels.

    Credits: Director, Victor Schertzinger; original story, Paul
    Gangelin; screenplay, Paul Gangelin, George O'Neil.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Jan34; LP4407.

  THE BELOVED ADVENTURER. 1914. 1 reel each. © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Emmett
    Campbell Hall, author).

    8. A Partner to Providence. © 26Oct14; LP3609.

    9. Lord Cecil Plays a Part. © 28Oct14; LP3638.

    10. Lord Cecil Keeps His Word. © 5Nov14; LP3665.

    11. The Serpent Comes to Eden. © 13Nov14; LP3750.

    12. Fate's Tangled Threads. © 20Nov14; LP3801.

    13. Through Desperate Hazards. © 27Nov14; LP3850.

    14. A Perilous Passage. © 7Dec14; LP3920.

    15. In Port o' Dreams. © 10Dec14; LP3931.

  THE BELOVED ADVENTURESS. Presented by William A. Brady. © 1917.

    Credits: Director, George Cowl; story, Frances Marion.

    © World Film Corp. (Frances Marion, author); title & descr., 6Jul17;
    122 prints, 9Jul17; LU11082.

  THE BELOVED BACHELOR. 1931. 8 reels, sd. Based on the play by Edward
    H. Peple.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Corrigan; adaptation, Raymond Griffith,
    Agnes Brand Leahy.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 23Oct31; LP2583.

  THE BELOVED BLACKMAILER. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Dell Henderson; story, Harry O. Hoyt; scenario,
    Clara S. Beranger, Lucien Hubbard.

    © World Film Corp. (Harry O. Hoyt, author); title & descr., 5Aug18;
    154 prints, 31Jul18; LU12717.

  BELOVED BOZO. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 19Jan25; LU21046.

  THE BELOVED BRAT. 1938. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Lubin; original story, Jean Negulesco;
    screenplay, Lawrence Kimble.

    © Warner Bros Pictures, Inc.; 27Jan38; LP7935.

  THE BELOVED BRUTE. 1924. 7 reels. From the novel by Kenneth Perkins.

    Credits: Director, J. Stuart Blackton.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Nov24; LP20760.

  BELOVED ENEMY. Released through United Artists. 1937. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, H. C. Potter; screenplay, John Balderston, Rose
    Franken, William Brown Meloney; additional dialogue, David Hertz;
    film editor, Sherman Todd; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Samuel Goldwyn; 4Jan37; LP6807.

  THE BELOVED IMPOSTER. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Gleason; story, Elizabeth J. Mariani;
    scenario, A. Van Buren Powell.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 10Dec18; LP13135.

  BELOVED JIM. Butterfly. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Story, Joseph W. Girard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Dec17; LP11807.

  THE BELOVED LIAR. Big U. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producer, George Cochrane; story, D. M. Robinson, Calder
    Johnstone; scenario, Calder Johnstone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Apr16; LP8157.

  THE BELOVED ROGUE. United Artists. 1927. 10 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alan Crosland; scenario, Paul Bern.

    © Feature Productions, Inc.; 23Feb27; LP23689.

  THE BELOVED ROUGE. (Beauty Parlor Series, no. 10) Released by F. B. O.
    1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward I. Luddy; story, H. C. Witwer; adaptation,
    Tom McNamara; continuity, Jean DuPont.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 1Oct27; LP24467.

  THE BELOVED TRAITOR. 1918.

    Credits: Director, William Worthington; story, Frank L. Packard.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 20Feb18; LP12090.

  THE BELOVED VAGABOND. Pathe Frères. Gold Rooster. © 1916. 6 reels,
    color. Adapted from the novel by William J. Locke.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; title, descr. & 134 prints, 27Mar16; LU7920.

  THE BELOVED VAGABOND. 1924. 6 reels. From the novel by William J.
    Locke.

    Credits: Supervision, Carlyle Blackwell; director, Fred Leroy
    Granville; editor, S. K. Winston.

    © Carlyle Blackwell Productions; 17Apr24; LP20079.

  THE BELOVED VAGABOND. 1936. 7 reels, sd. Adapted from the novel by W.
    J. Locke.

    Credits: Producer, Toeplitz; director, Kurt Bernhardt; scenario and
    dialogue, Hugh Mills, Walter Creighton, Arthur Wimperis; film
    editor, Dug Myers; music director, Leslie Bridgewater.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 14Dec36; LP6774.

  THE BELOVED VAMPIRE. Released by Knickerbocker. © 1917.

    © Melies Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 90 prints, 12Feb17; LU10175.

  BELOW THE DEADLINE. Oscar Jacobs Productions. 1920. 5 reels. From the
    story by Arthur Henry Gooden.

    Credits: Director, J. P. McGowan.

    © Ascher Productions, Inc. (Arthur Henry Gooden, author); 11Nov20;
    LP15958.

  BELOW THE DEADLINE. 1936. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; story and screenplay, Ewart
    Adamson.

    © Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corp.; 5Jun36; LP6396.

  BELOW THE DEAD LINE. SEE

    The Banker's Double.

    The Case of the Vanished Bonds.

    Dickson's Diamonds.

    The Man Who Vanished.

  BELOW THE LINE. 1925. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Herman Raymaker; story and adaptation, Charles A.
    Logue.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Aug25; LP21757.

  BELOW THE RIO GRANDE. © 1923. Adapted from the story "The Fighting
    Pedagogue" by H. A. Halbert, Jr.

    Credits: Adaptation and direction, Neal Hart.

    © William Steiner Productions, Inc. (H. A. Halbert, Jr., author);
    title, descr. & 356 prints, 24Aug23; LU19344.

  BELOW THE SEA. 1933. 8 reels, sd., b&w, color sequences.

    Credits: Director, Albert Rogell; story and screenplay, Jo Swerling;
    film editor, Jack Dennis.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Apr33; LP3830.

  BELOW THE SURFACE. 1920. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Irvin Willat; story, Luther Reed; scenario, E.
    Magnus Ingleton.

    © Thomas H. Ince; 3May20; LP15109.

  BELOW ZERO. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Robin H. Townley; story, Leopold D. Wharton.

    © Wharton, Inc.; title & descr., 26Oct18; 150 prints, 30Oct18;
    LU12993.

  BELOW ZERO. (Mermaid Comedies) Educational. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Norman Taurog.

    © White Productions, Inc.; 23Jul25; LP21669.

  BELOW ZERO. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1930. 1,880
    ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, James Parrott; story, Leo McCarey; dialogue, H.
    M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 14Apr30; LP1220.

  BEMANA; Story of the South Seas. © 1937.

    © Arséne J. La Plante; title, descr. & 30 prints, 16Jul37; LU7278.

  BEN BARD IN THE CHAMPION GOLFER. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 16Mar29; MP5972.

  BEN BERNIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16May30; MP1504.

  BEN BERNIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA PLAYING 1. A LANE IN SPAIN [and others].
    1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Earl I. Sponable.

    © Fox Case Corp.; 2Jan28; MP4680.

  BEN BLAIR. 1916. 5 reels.

    © J. C. Ivers (Will Tillibridge, author); 16Feb16; LP7683.

  BEN BOLT. 1913. 3 reels.

    © Solax Co.; 28Nov13; LP1728.

  BEN-HUR. 1927. 12 reels. From the story by General Lew Wallace.

    Credits: Director, Fred Niblo; scenario, Carey Wilson; adaptation,
    June Mathis; continuity, Carey Wilson, Bess Meredyth.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 8Oct27; LP24477.

  BEN POLLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 1934. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Oct34; MP5036.

  BEN POLLACK AND HIS PARK CENTRAL ORCHESTRA. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Sep29; MP636.

  BEN RYAN AND HARRIET LEE, WEBSTERIAN STUDENTS. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15May30; MP1508.

  BEN, THE SAILOR. Powers Manikin. 1916. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: Producers, R. F. Taylor, W. W. Wheatley; story, Olga
    Printzlau.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Jul16; LP8812.

  BENARES. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Duncan Underhill.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Dec27; MP4558.

  BENARES—THE HINDU HEAVEN. (A Fitzpatrick Traveltalk) 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 8Sep31; MP2769.

  BENEATH OUR FEET. (The Battle for Life Series) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1933. 793 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producers, Woodard and Fairbanks; biological supervision,
    Stacy Woodard; narrator, Gayne Whitman.

    © Stacy R. Woodard; 25Jun33; MP4157.

  BENEATH THE CZAR. 1914. 4 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Mme. A. Blache.

    © Solax Co.; 11Feb14; LP2221.

  BENEATH THE LAW. 1929. 3 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Harry Sweet; story, Paul Gerard Smith, Clark and
    McCullough; film editor, Albert C. Dripps.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 7Mar29; LP192.

  BENEATH THE SEA. 1915. 2,000 feet.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Wilbert Melville and S. Rowland White, Jr.,
    authors); 15Feb15; LP4461.

  BENEATH THE SEA. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Aug36; MP6684.

  BENEATH THE SOUTHERN CROSS. (Vagabond Adventure Series) The Van Beuren
    Corp. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Elmer Clifton.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 31Aug31; MP2783.

  BENEDICTION. 1931. 3 reels.

    © Electrical Research Products, Inc.; 20Mar31; MP2530.

  THE BENEFIT. SEE Joe Frisco in The Benefit.

  BENEFITS FORGOT. SEE Of Human Hearts.

  BENGAL TIGER. Warner Bros. Productions Corp. 1936. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; story and screenplay, Roy Chanslor,
    Earl Felton.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Sep36; LP6574.

  BENIAMINO GIGLI AND GUISEPPE DE LUCA IN DUET FROM ACT 1 OF THE PEARL
    FISHERS (PESCATORI DI PERLE) [BY] BIZET. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Mar28; MP4826.

  BENIAMINO GIGLI, ASSISTED BY M. PICCO AND MINNA EGENER AND THE
    METROPOLITAN OPERA CHORUS IN THREE NUMBERS FROM CAVALLERIA
    RUSTICANA. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3915.

  BENIAMINO GIGLI, OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA CO. IN PROGRAM OF CONCERT
    FAVORITES [SINGS] BERGÈRE LÉGÈRE [and others]. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 6May27; MP3978.

  BENIAMINO GIGLI, TENOR OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY, SINGING
    SELECTIONS FROM ACT 2 OF THE OPERA LA GIOCONDA. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Jun27; MP4118.

  BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (J. Bentley Squier, author); 7Oct28;
    MP1756.

  BENJAMIN BUNTER-BOOK AGENT. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Courtlandt Van Deusen.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A. Tremayne, author); 24Nov15;
    LP7062.

  BENNETT TWINS, LITTLE BARE-KNEED SYNCOPATORS, OFFER THEIR SONG AND
    DANCE RECITAL: TELLIN' THE BIRDS [and others]. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 9Apr27; MP3942.

  BENNY FROM PANAMA. (Hal Roach Musical Comedy) 1934. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, James Parrott; film editor, Louis McManus.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 15May34; LP4751.

  BENNY MEROFF AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Dec37; MP8399.

  BENNY RUBIN [IN] SEVEN MINUTES OF YOUR TIME. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 5Sep28; MP5335.

  BENNY THE BEAR IN A COWBOY I WOULD BE. © 1930.

    © Elias Brucker; title & 3 prints, 14Jan30; descr., 10Feb30; MU1172.

  BENNY'S FROM HEAVEN. Presented by General Foods. 1937. Filmstrip, 128
    frames, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 20Sep37; MP7827.

  THE BENSON MURDER CASE. 1930. 5,794 ft., sd. Based on the novel by S.
    S. Van Dine [pseud. of Willard Huntington Wright].

    Credits: Director, Frank Tuttle; adaptation, Bartlett Cormack; film
    editor, Doris Drought.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 11Apr30; LP1223.

  BEPPO. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Harry Wulze, author); title, descr. & 81
    prints, 11Nov14; LU3728.

  LE BERCEAU. SEE The Cradle.

  BERESFORD OF THE BABOONS. (Paramount-Flagg Comedy) 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Paul Harrison; story, James Montgomery Flagg.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 27Feb19; LP13455.

  THE BERG. SEE Atlantic.

  BERKELEY SQUARE. 1933. 7,500 ft. From the play by John L. Balderston.

    Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd; screenplay, Sonya Levien, John L.
    Balderston; editor, Harold Schuster.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 26Aug33; LP4175.

  BERLIN AFTER DARK. Ufa. 1929. 82 min.

    Credits: Victor Abel, Alfred Zeisler; director, Constantin J. David.

    © World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 4Apr29; LP275.

  BERMUDA, ISLANDS OF PARADISE. (A Columbia Tour) 1938. 944 ft., sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Producer, Ben K. Blake; narrative, I. A. Jacoby; narrator,
    Milton J. Cross; photographer, Frank C. Zucker.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 30Nov38; MP8956.

  BERNABETTA. SEE Erstwhile Susan.

  BERNADO DEPACE IN THE WIZARD OF THE MANDOLIN PLAYS MORNING, NOON, AND
    NIGHT IN VIENNA [and others]. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3908.

  BERNARDO DEPACE, THE WIZARD OF THE MANDOLIN [PLAYS] CAPRICE VIENNOIS
    [and others]. (Movietone Act) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 28Jan29; MP5761.

  BERNARDO DEPACE, THE WIZARD OF THE MANDOLIN [PLAYS] THAIS [and
    others]. (Movietone Act) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 28Jan29; MP5767.

  BERNIE CUMMINS AND HIS BILTMORE ORCHESTRA. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Apr29; MP70.

  THE BERRY SCHOOLS. © 1922. 3,000 ft.

    © The Berry Schools (Martha Berry, author); title, descr. & 6
    prints, 2Mar22; MU2120.

  BERT LAHR IN FAINT HEART. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Dec29; MP963.

  BERT LEWIS, ACCOMPANIED BY JACK CARROLL AT THE PIANO, SINGS: I WONDER
    HOW I LOOK WHEN I'M ASLEEP [and others]. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 9Apr27; MP3941.

  BERT LEWIS, POPULAR COMEDIAN, ACCOMPANIED BY JACK CARROLL AT THE
    PIANO, SINGS: IF MY BABY COOKS AS GOOD AS SHE LOOKS [and others].
    1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 13Sep27; MP4293.

  BERT SWOR IN A COLORFUL SERMON. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 19May28; MP5020.

  BERT SWOR IN DUCKS AND DEDUCTS. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 19May28; MP5021.

  BERT WHEELER IN SMALL TIMERS. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Oct29; MP740.

  BERTH CONTROL. (Star Comedy) 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Eddie Lyons, Lee Moran; story, Leslie T.
    Peacocke.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 11Jun18; LP12534.

  BERTH MARKS. (Hal Roach Comedy) 1929. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Lewis R. Foster; story, Leo McCarey; story
    editor, H. M. Walker; film editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Distributing Corp.; 9Dec29; LP891.

  BERTH QUAKES. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Jean W. Yarbrough; story, Jean W. Yarbrough,
    Charles Roberts; screenplay, George Jeske; film editor, John
    Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Apr38; LP7968.

  BERTHA, THE BUTTONHOLE-MAKER. 1914. Split reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 27Nov14; LP3849.

  BERTHA, THE SEWING MACHINE GIRL. Presented by William Fox. 1926. 6
    reels, b&w, tinted sequences. From the story by Theodore Kremer.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; scenario, Gertrude Orr.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 19Dec26; LP23469.

  BERTIE'S STRATEGEM. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lee Beggs.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A. Tremayne, author); 1Jun15;
    LP5443.

  THE BERYL CORONET. © 1912. From "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by
    Sir A. Conan Doyle.

    © Société Française des Films & Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 108 prints, 1Nov12; LU83.

  THE BERYL CORONET. © 1922. From "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

    © Alexander Film Corp. (Maurice Elvey and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,
    authors); title, descr. & 90 prints, 15Apr22; LU17876.

  THE BERYL CORONET. 1922. 2 reels. From "The Adventures of Sherlock
    Holmes" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

    Credits: Director, Maurice Elvey.

    © Alexander Film Corp. (Maurice Elvey and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,
    authors); 30Jan22; LP17851.

  BESIDE A MOONLIT STREAM. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Roland Crandall.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 29Jul38; MP8612.

  BESIDE THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH. SEE The Bonnie Briar Bush.

  BESS, THE OUTCAST. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Harry Pollard, author); title, descr. & 75
    prints, 12Feb14; LU2135.

  THE BEST BAD MAN. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Karl Coolidge; director, Edward Kull.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Sep19; LP14156.

  THE BEST BAD MAN. 1925. 5 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, J. G. Blystone; story, Max Brand; scenario,
    Lillie Hayward.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 15Nov25; LP22023.

  THE BEST CELLAR. 1922. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Dec22; LP18522.

  THE BEST DRESSED WOMAN IN THE WORLD. (Our World Today) 1929. 1 reel.

    © Kinogram Pub. Corp.; 17Mar29; MP87.

  THE BEST IN LIFE. SEE Fifth Avenue Models.

  THE BEST MAN. 1914. 2 reels. Adapted from the novel by Grace L. H.
    Lutz.

    Credits: Director, Charles J. Brabin.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 23Nov14; LP3825.

  THE BEST MAN. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Thos. J. Gray; producer, Harry Jackson.

    © Klever Pictures, Inc.; 21Nov16; LP9566.

  THE BEST MAN. Falcon Features. 1917. 4 reels. From the story by George
    Cain.

    Credits: Supervision, H. M. and E. D. Horkheimer; director, Bertram
    Bracken; scenario, Douglas Bronston.

    © General Film Co., Inc. (Douglas Bronston, author); 12Oct17;
    LP11539.

  THE BEST MAN. 1923. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Feb23; LP18647.

  THE BEST MAN. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ernst Laemmle; story, Isadore Bernstein.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Jul25; LP21691.

  THE BEST MAN. Presented by Mack Sennett. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, John A. Waldron; director, Harry Edwards.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Feb28; LP24958.

  THE BEST MAN WINS. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (George Terwilliger, author); title, descr. & 33
    prints, 4Jan13; LU242.

  THE BEST MAN WINS. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 9Nov23; MU2350.

  THE BEST MAN WINS. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Directors, Erle Kenton, E. Roy Davidson; story, Ben G.
    Kohn; screenplay, Ethel Hill, Bruce Manning; film editor, Otto
    Meyer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Jan35; LP5240.

  THE BEST MAN'S BRIDE. Gold Seal. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Wm. Worthington; story, Alice McGowan, Malcolm
    Strong.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Apr16; LP8043.

  THE BEST OF ENEMIES. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 206
    prints, 10Nov15; LU6923.

  THE BEST OF ENEMIES. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); 5Dec15; LP10770.

  BEST OF ENEMIES. 1933. 6,800 ft., sd.

    Credits: Direction and dialogue, Rian James; screenplay, Sam Mintz;
    editor, Margaret Clancy.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 9Jun33; LP3952.

  THE BEST OF LUCK. Presented by Screen Classics, Inc. 1920. 6 reels.
    From the Arthur Collins production of the drama by Cecil Raleigh and
    Henry Hamilton.

    Credits: Director-general, Maxwell Karger; director, Ray C.
    Smallwood; scenario, Albert Shelby Le Vino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 14Jun20; LP15246.

  THE BEST PEOPLE. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1925. 6 reels. From the play by David Grey and Avery Hopwood.

    Credits: Producer and director, Sidney Olcott; screenplay, Bernard
    McConville.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 28Dec25; LP22169.

  THE BEST PEOPLE. SEE Fast and Loose.

  THE BEST PEOPLE ON EARTH. 1915.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Aug15; MP402.

  BEST WISHES. (Krazy Cat) Winkler Pictures, Inc. 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures Corp., author); 4Jul27;
    LP24216.

  BET YOUR LIFE [and] HELP THE GROCER GROW! 1937. 1 reel.

    © Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. (Vocafilm Corp., author); 29Dec37; MP8071.

  BETH. SEE Fortune's Child.

  BETHANY IN JUDEA. (Pilgrimage to Palestine) Presented by the Holy Land
    Films Co. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (F. J. Romell, author); title, descr. & 23
    prints, 2Jan26; MU3288.

  BETHLEHEM, THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE CHILD JESUS. (Pilgrimage to
    Palestine) Presented by the Holy Land Films Co. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (F. J. Romell, author); title, descr. & 27
    prints, 2Jan26; MU3289.

  BETRAYAL. 1929. 6,492 ft., si., 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Milestone; story, Victor Schertzinger,
    Nicholas Soussanin; screen playwright, Hans Kraly.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 11May29; LP365.

  BETRAYED. Societe Italiana Cines, Italy. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 69
    prints, 26Dec13; LU1854.

  BETRAYED. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by R. A. Walsh.

    © William Fox (R. A. Walsh, author); 2Sep17; LP11341.

  BETRAYED BY THE CAMERA. Powers. 1916. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Jun16; LP8412.

  THE BETRAYING MARK. © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères; title, descr. & 86 prints, 3Feb15; LU4348.

  THE BETROTHED. © 1913.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 280
    prints, 9Aug13; LU1079.

  THE BETROTHED. © 1913. Based on the story by Alexander Manzoni.

    © Pasquali American Co. (Pasquali & Co., author); title & 152
    prints, 6Aug13; descr., 14Aug13; LU1112.

  BETSY ROSS. Presented by World-Pictures. © 1917.

    Credits: Director general, William A. Brady; directors, Travers
    Vale, George Cowl; story, Henry A. Du Souchet.

    © World Film Corp. (Henry A. Du Souchet, author); title, descr. &
    367 prints, 6Sep17; LU11351.

  BETTER DAYS. 1913.

    Credits: Director, Van Dyke Brook.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (A. Freedland Clarke, author); 28Jul13;
    LP1035.

  THE BETTER FATHER. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair, Inc.
    (Éclair Film Co. author); title, descr. & 78 prints, 28Jul13;
    LU1027.

  THE BETTER HALF. 1918. 5 reels. From the novel "Michael Thwaite's
    Wife" by Miriam Michaelson.

    Credits: Director, J. S. Robertson; scenario, Louis Sherwin.

    © Select Pictures Corp.; 3Sep18; LP12850.

  THE BETTER INSTINCT. © 1916.

    © Melies Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 93 prints, 28Sep16; LU9195.

  BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. Triangle-Keystone. © 1916.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 468
    prints, 23Mar16; LU7885.

  BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); 13Feb16; LP10728.

  THE BETTER MAN. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Ben Cohn; director, Jay Hunt.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Oct16; LP9310.

  THE BETTER MAN. Released by F. B. O. 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Scott R. Dunlap; story, Clifford Howard, Burke
    Jenkins; continuity, Arthur Statter.

    © Carlos Productions, Inc.; 6Jun26; LP22802.

  A BETTER METHOD FOR TRAINING CHAIN STORE EMPLOYEES. 1931. 1 reel.

    © The International Displays Co. (H. R. Barnett & A. T. Fischer,
    authors); 15Jan31; MP2432.

  BETTER MOVIES. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 20Aug25; LU21738.

  THE BETTER 'OLE; or, THE ROMANCE OF OLD BILL. © 1918. From the play by
    Bruce Bairnsfather and Arthur Eliot.

    Credits: Producer, George Pearson.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Welsh, Pearson & Co., Ltd., author); title &
    descr., 16May18; 553 prints, 17May18; LU12418.

  THE BETTER 'OLE. 1926. 9 reels. Based on the play by Bruce
    Bairnsfather and Arthur Eliot.

    Credits: Director, Charles Reisner; screen adaptation, Charles
    Reisner, Darryl Francis Zanuck.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 4Sep26; LP23073.

  THE BETTER 'OLE. SEE Carry On.

  BETTER SALE-ING. © 1937.

    © Chevrolet Motor Co.; title, descr. & 1023 prints, 13Apr37; MU7329.

  BETTER THAN A RODEO. SEE Trail of Courage.

  BETTER THAN GOLD. (Tales of the Old West) 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16May23; LP18975.

  BETTER THAN GOLD. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; story, A. Dorian Otvos, George
    Bennett.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Jul35; LP5685.

  A BETTER UNDERSTANDING. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 2Nov14; LP3650.

  THE BETTER WAY. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); title, descr. &.
    90 prints, 13Mar14; LU2312.

  THE BETTER WAY. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince; story, Harry Hoyt; continuity,
    Dorothy Howell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Dec26; LP23467.

  THE BETTER WIFE. 1919. 5 reels. From the story "The Love Quest" by
    Lenore Coffee.

    Credits: Director, William P. S. Earle.

    © Select Pictures Corp. (C. K. Y. Film Corp., author); 21Jun19;
    LP13888.

  THE BETTER WOMAN. 1915. 5 reels.

    © Triumph Film Corp. (Joseph A. Golden, author); 18Sep15; LP6620.

  BETTINA LOVED A SOLDIER. 1916. 5 reels. Based on the story of "L'Abbé
    Constantin" by Ludovic Halévy.

    Credits: Director, Rupert Julian; scenario, Elliott J. Clawson.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 20Jul16; LP8752.

  BETTY AND JERRY BROWNE IN LET'S ELOPE. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Mar30; MP1270.

  BETTY BAKES A CAKE. © 1927.

    © Royal Baking Powder Co.; title, descr. & 2 prints, 8Jun27; MU4090.

  BETTY BOOP AND GRAMPY. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 15Aug35; MP5777.

  BETTY BOOP AND LITTLE JIMMY. 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman and
    Hicks Lokey.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 27Mar36; MP6330.

  BETTY BOOP AND THE LITTLE KING. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman and
    Hicks Lokey.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 11Feb36; MP6206.

  BETTY BOOP FOR PRESIDENT. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 2Nov32; MP3629.

  BETTY BOOP IN I HEARD. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, Myron
    Waldman.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 1Sep33; MP4261.

  THE BETTY BOOP LIMITED. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, Thomas
    Bonfiglio.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 11Jul32; MP3415.

  BETTY BOOP M. D. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, Thomas
    Goodson.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 1Sep32; MP3490.

  BETTY BOOP, WITH HENRY, THE FUNNIEST LIVING AMERICAN. 1935. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman & Sam
    Stimson.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 3Dec35; MP6028.

  BETTY BOOP'S BAMBOO ISLE. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Seymour Kneitel,
    Bernard Wolf.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 22Sep32; MP3525.

  BETTY BOOP'S BIG BOSS. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Bernard Wolf, David
    Tendlar.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 1Jun33; MP4084.

  BETTY BOOP'S BIRTHDAY PARTY. 1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Seymour Kneitel, Myron
    Waldman.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Apr33; MP3979.

  BETTY BOOP'S BIZZY BEE. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Seymour
    Kneitel, Bernard Wolf.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 18Aug32; MP3458.

  BETTY BOOP'S CRAZY INVENTIONS. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, William Bowsky, Ugo
    D'Orsi.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 26Jan33; MP3792.

  BETTY BOOP'S HALLOWE'EN PARTY. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, Myron
    Waldman.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 3Nov33; MP4368.

  BETTY BOOP'S KER-CHOO. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 14Jan33; MP3750.

  BETTY BOOP'S LIFE GUARD. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, David
    Tendlar.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 11Jul34; MP4856.

  BETTY BOOP'S LITTLE PAL. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Edward
    Nolan.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 20Sep34; MP4995.

  BETTY BOOP'S MAY PARTY. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, David Tendlar, William
    Henning.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 11May33; MP4043.

  BETTY BOOP'S MUSEUM. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 22Dec32; MP3726.

  BETTY BOOP'S PENTHOUSE. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard G. Bowsky.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 9Mar33; MP3866.

  BETTY BOOP'S PRIZE SHOW. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Lillian
    Friedman.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 18Oct34; MP5052.

  BETTY BOOP'S RISE TO FAME. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 17May34; MP4763.

  BETTY BOOP'S TRIAL. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Hicks
    Lokey.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 13Jun34; MP4809.

  BETTY BOOP'S UPS AND DOWNS. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 13Oct32; MP3567.

  BETTY CO-ED. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Aug31; MP2718.

  BETTY GIVES A LESSON. © 1927.

    © Royal Baking Powder Co.; title, descr. & 2 prints, 8Jun27; MU4082.

  BETTY GOES PICNICKING. © 1927.

    © Royal Baking Powder Co.; title, descr. & 2 prints, 8Jun27; MU4084.

  BETTY IN BLUNDERLAND. (A Betty Boop Cartoon) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Roland Crandall,
    Thomas Johnson.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 4Apr34; MP4683.

  BETTY IN SEARCH OF A THRILL. © 1915.

    © Bosworth, Inc. (Elsie Janis, author); title, descr. & 271 prints,
    24Feb15; LU4517.

  BETTY IN THE LIONS' DEN. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Frederick A. Thomson.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (James Oliver Curwood, author);
    17Oct13; LP1554.

  BETTY OF GREYSTONE. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Scenario, F. M. Pierson.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (F. M. Pierson, author); 14Feb16; LP8070.

  BETTY, THE BOY AND THE BIRD. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tefft Johnson.

    © The Vitagraph Company of America (Wilifrid North, author);
    26Jan16; LP7504.

  BETTY TO THE RESCUE. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 1917. 5
    reels.

    Credits: Beatrice C. De Mille, Leighton Osmun; producer, Frank
    Reicher; director general, Cecil B. De Mille.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.; 10Jan17; LP9949.

  BETTY WALES. © 1921.

    © Goldman Costume Co., Inc. (Paul D. Hugon, author); title, descr. &
    40 prints, 26May21; MU1823.

  BETTY'S AFFAIR. © 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, George Earle.

    © Atlas Motion Picture Co., Inc. (Lynda Earle, author); title,
    descr. & 104 prints, 11Nov15; LU6912.

  BETTY'S AFFAIR. 1916. 1 reel.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 7Oct16; LP9263.

  BETTY'S BONDAGE. Rex. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jos. De Grasse; scenario, Ida May Parke.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Jul15; LP5987.

  BETTY'S DREAM HERO. Laemmle. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Leonard; story, Witt Cochrane; scenario,
    Calder Johnstone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Jun15; LP5699.

  BETTY'S FIRST SPONGE CAKE. Beauty. © 1915.

    Credits: Director, Archer MacMackin.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Alan E. Stone, author); title, descr. & 89
    prints, 29Jul15; LU5952.

  BETTY'S HOBO. Big U. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Calder Johnstone; producer, R. H. Cochrane.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Jun16; LP8440.

  BETWEEN DANGERS. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Walter J. Coburn, author); title, descr. &
    84 prints, 4Feb27; LU23634.

  BETWEEN FATHER AND SON. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 26Oct15; LP6795.

  BETWEEN FIGHTING MEN. 1932. 62 min.

    Credits: Director, Forrest Sheldon; story and continuity, Betty
    Burbridge, Forrest Sheldon.

    © World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 16Oct32; LP3569.

  BETWEEN FIRES. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Wm. Craft; story, Carl Krusada.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Sep24; LP20549.

  BETWEEN FRIENDS. 1924. 7 reels. From the novel by Robert W. Chambers.

    Credits: Director, J. Stuart Blackton.

    © The Vitagraph Co, of America; 8Apr24; LP20116.

  BETWEEN JOBS. (Hamilton Comedies) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 18Mar28; LP25078.

  BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH. © 1912.

    © Ambrosio American Co, (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 100
    prints, 14Dec12; LU173.

  BETWEEN MAN AND BEAST. Societa Italiana Cines, Rome. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. &
    245 prints, 27Oct13; LU1464.

  BETWEEN MATINEE AND NIGHT. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Screenplay, Wallace C. Clifton.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 9Jan15; LP4152.

  BETWEEN MEALS. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr, & 16
    prints, 16Dec22; LU18513.

  BETWEEN MEN. © 1915.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (C. Gardner Sullivan, author); title, descr. &
    571 prints, 15Dec15; LU7209.

  BETWEEN MEN. 1916. 5 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (C. Gardner Sullivan & Thos. H. Ince,
    authors); 2Jan16; LP10714.

  BETWEEN MIDNIGHT. Powers. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Carter De Haven.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Mar16; LP7875.

  BETWEEN ONE AND TWO. Metro-Drew. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Blanche King; producer, Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 4Oct16; LP9242.

  BETWEEN ORTON JUNCTION AND FALLONVILLE. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles M. Seay.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 14Mar13; LP487.

  BETWEEN SAVAGE AND TIGER. Societa Italiana Cines, Italy. © 1914.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. &
    242 prints, 12Jan14; LU1941.

  BETWEEN THE ACTS. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Larry Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 11Aug19; LP14064.

  BETWEEN THE LINES. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story, Cyrus Wood; editor, Bert Frank.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18May36; LP6356.

  BETWEEN THE TWO OF THEM. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Shannon Fife, author); 23Mar15;
    LP4796.

  BETWEEN THE WORLD AND THE WEATHER. 1937. For the Barrett Co. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 14Jan37; MP7123.

  BETWEEN TWO FIRES. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Courtlandt Van Deusen.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A. Tremayne, author); 30Sep15;
    LP6535.

  BETWEEN TWO FIRES. SEE Carmencita's Last Dance.

  BETWEEN TWO WOMEN. 1937. 9 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; original story, Erich Von
    Stroheim; screenplay, Frederick Stephani, Marion Parsonnet; film
    editor, W. Donn Hayes; music score, William Axt.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 6Jul37; LP7268.

  BEVERLY OF GRAUSTARK. 1914.

    © Klaw & Erlanger (Protective Amusement Co., author); 13Aug14;
    LP3218.

  BEVERLY OF GRAUSTARK. 1916. 3 reels. From the novel by George Barr
    McCutcheon.

    © Biograph Co.; 10May16; LP8256.

  BEVERLY OF GRAUSTARK. Cosmopolitan. 1926. 7 reels. From the story by
    George Barr McCutcheon.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Franklin; adaptation and scenario, Agnes
    Christine Johnston; film editor, Frank Hull.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp,; 5Apr26; LP22562.

  BEVERLY'S BALANCE. SEE Food for Scandal.

  BEWARE. (Mermaid Comedies) 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Jack White.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 22Sep25; LP21833.

  BEWARE OF BACHELORS. 1928. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; story, Mark Canfield; scenario,
    Robert Lord.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Oct28; LP25682.

  BEWARE OF BACHELORS. Announcement Trailer. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 18Oct28; MP5441.

  BEWARE OF BARNACLE BILL. (A Popeye Cartoon) 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 24Jun35; MP5337.

  BEWARE OF BLONDES. A George B. Seitz Production. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, George B. Seitz; story,
    George Hull, Harvey Thew; continuity, Peter Milne; film editor,
    James McKay.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Aug28; LP25532.

  BEWARE OF BLONDES. (A Young Romance Comedy) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1936. 1,834 ft., sd.

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

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 7Feb36; LP6125.

  BEWARE OF BOARDERS. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Fred Fishback.

    © Mack Sennett; 30Sep18; LP12941.

  BEWARE OF LADIES. 1936. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Nat Levine; director, Irving Pichel; screenplay,
    L. C. Dublin.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Dec36; LP6816.

  BEWARE OF MARRIED MEN. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Archie L. Mayo; story, Franz Jacques; screenplay,
    Edward T. Lowe, Jr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Jan28; LP24833.

  BEWARE OF MENTAL-ITIS. 1937. 2 reels.

    © Robert Moore McIntire; 18Feb37; MP7489.

  BEWARE OF THE BRIDE. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Howard M. Mitchell; story, Edgar Franklin;
    scenario, Joseph Franklin Poland.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 17Oct20; LP15721.

  BEWARE OF WIDOWS. Universal-Jewel. 1927. 6 reels. From the play by
    Owen Davis.

    Credits: Director, Wesley Ruggles; continuity, Beatrice Van.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Apr27; LP23890.

  BEWARE OF YOUR RELATIVES. Bluebird. 1925. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Nov25; LP22029.

  BEWARE SPOOKS! 1939. 7 reels, sd. Based on a play by Richard Flournoy.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Edward Sedgwick;
    screenplay, Richard Flournoy, Albert Duffy, Brian Marlow; film
    editor, James Sweeney; music director, M. W. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Oct39; LP9188.

  BEYOND. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William D. Taylor; story, Henry Arthur Jones;
    scenario, Julia Crawford Ivers.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 30Oct21; LP17173.

  BEYOND ALL IS LOVE. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Clay M. Greene.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Dantel Carson Goodman, author); 16Dec15; LP7237.

  BEYOND ALL LAW. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Anthony Sullivan, author); title, descr. & 122
    prints, 15Dec13; LU1803.

  BEYOND BENGAL. Presented by Phra Abhaivongc. 1933. Produced with the
    cooperation of His Highness, the Sultan of Perak, F. M. S., Sir
    Alang Askader Shah. 7 reel, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Harry Schenck.

    © Harry Schenck; 7Feb33; MP3821.

  BEYOND LONDON LIGHTS. 1928. 6 reels. From the story "Kitty Carstairs"
    by J. J. Bell.

    Credits: Director, Tom Terriss; screenplay, Jean Dupont; adaptation,
    Beatrice Burton.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 5Mar28; LP25036.

  BEYOND PRICE. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. Searle Dawley; story and scenario, Paul H.
    Sloane.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 8May21; LP16581.

  BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON. 1932. 1 reel.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 2Apr32; MP3215.

  BEYOND THE BORDER. Rogstrom Productions, Inc. Released by Producers
    Distributing Corp. 1925. 5 reels. Adapted from the story "When Smith
    Meets Smith" by Meredith Davis.

    Credits: Supervision, Hunt Stromberg; director, Scott S. Dunlap;
    adaptation, Harvey Gates; film editor, Lou Ostrow.

    © Hunt Stromberg Corp.; 1Mar25; LP21573.

  BEYOND THE CARIBBEAN. 1936. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producers, André Roosevelt, E. Erskine Loch; editor, Harry
    Foster.

    © Inter-Continent Film Corp. (André Roosevelt, author); 15Jul36;
    LP6578.

  BEYOND THE CITY. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Sydney Ayres, author); title & 38 prints,
    18May14; descr., 16May14; LU2725.

  BEYOND THE LAW. 1916. 3 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 3Mar16; LP7768.

  BEYOND THE LAW. 1918. 6 reels. Based on the Wide World Magazine Serial
    story by Emmett Dalton.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marston; story, Emmett Dalton; scenario,
    William Addison Lathrop.

    © Emmett Dalton; 25Nov18; LP13080.

  BEYOND THE LAW. 1934. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; story and screenplay, Harold
    Shumate; film editor, Otto Mayer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jul34; LP4842.

  BEYOND THE LAW. SEE Flying Hoofs.

  BEYOND THE RAINBOW. 1922. 7 reels. From the story "The Price of Fine
    Feathers" by Solita Solano.

    Credits: Director, William Christy Cabanne; screen adaptation,
    Eustace Hale Ball, Loila Brooks.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 19Feb22; LP17703.

  BEYOND THE ROCKIES. (Custer Series, no. 4) Independent Pictures Corp.
    Released by F. B. O. 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Nelson; story, J. Edward Leithead; screen
    adaptation, Wm. E. Wing.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 21Feb26; LP22423.

  BEYOND THE ROCKIES. 1932. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Allen; story, John P. McCarthy; screenplay,
    Oliver Drake; film editor, William Clemens.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 8Jul32; LP3150.

  BEYOND THE ROCKS. Paramount. Presented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1922. 7
    reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, Sam Wood; adaptation, Jack
    Cunningham.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17May22; LP17892.

  BEYOND THE SIERRAS. 1928. 6 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Nick Grindé; story, John Thomas Neville;
    screenplay, Robert Lord; film editor, William Le Vanway.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 15Sep28; LP25727.

  BEYOND THE SMOKE. (Western Featurette) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story and continuity, Arthur
    Henry Gooden.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Feb29; LP190.

  BEYOND THE TRAIL. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Catherine Carr; producer, Ben Wilson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Aug16; LP8856.

  BEYOND THE TRAIL. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Robert North Bradbury, author); title,
    descr. & 40 prints, 28Jan21; LU16053.

  BEYOND THE WALL. SEE The Madness of Helen.

  BEYOND THE WAR ZONE IN FRANCE. Gold Seal. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Jun17; MP955.

  BEYOND VICTORY. 1931. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Horace Jackson, James Gleason; producer, E. B. Derr;
    director, John Robertson; film editor, Daniel Mandell; musical
    direction, Francis Gromon.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 12Apr31; LP2140.

  BIANCA. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Robert T. Thornby.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. Hanson Durham, author); 11Sep13;
    LP1331.

  BIBLE. O. T. SEE After Six Days.

  BIBLE. O. T. APOCRYPHA. JUDITH. SEE Judith of Bethulia.

  BIBLE. O. T. ESTHER. SEE Blind Prejudice.

  THE BICYCLE FLIRT. Presented by Mack Sennett. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Edwards; story, Vernon Smith, Harry McCoy.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Feb28; LP24981.

  BIFF AND BANG [IN] WINNER BY A NOSE. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Jul27; MP4164.

  BIFF BANG BUDDY. © 1924.

    Credits: Director, Frank L. Ingraham.

    © Artclass Pictures Corp.; title, descr. & 495 prints, 25Aug24;
    LU20512.

  BIG. SEE The Magnificent Brute.

  THE BIG ADVENTURE. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Reeves Eason; story, James Edward Hungerford;
    scenario, George W. Pyper.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Apr21; LP16348.

  BIG AND LITTLE. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1926.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr, &
    20 prints, 22Jul26; MU3492.

  THE BIG APPLE. Educational Films Corp. of America. Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1937. 835 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Graham; story, Arthur Jarrett, Marcy
    Klauber.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 17Sep37; LP7430.

  THE BIG BAD WOLF. (Silly Symphony Cartoon, no. 18) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 16Mar34; MP4796.

  THE BIG BENEFIT. Mentone. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lynn Shores; story, Ballard MacDonald.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 6Oct33; LP4157.

  BIG BERTHAS. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, Earl Montgomery; story,
    E. V. Durling, Pinto Colvig, H. A. Woodmansee.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 4May28; LP25207.

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

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Ben Harrison; animation,
    Manny Gould; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 10May38; MP8403.

  BIG BLUFFS AND BOWLING BALLS. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Lawrence Semon, Graham Baker; director, Lawrence Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Jan17; LP9976.

  BIG BLUFFS AND BOWLING BALLS. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lawrence Semon; story, Lawrence Semon, Graham
    Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 10Dec19; LP14528.

  BIG BOB. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and production, Edward Laemmle; scenario, George
    Morgan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Feb21; LP16187.

  BIG BOB WAITS. 1913. 1 reel.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (John Daly, author); 23Oct13; LP1578.

  BIG BOOBS AND BATHING BEAUTIES. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Laurence Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 15Jul18; LP12663.

  THE BIG BOW MYSTERY. SEE

    The Crime Doctor.

    The Perfect Crime.

  BIG BOY. 1930. 9 reels. Based on a musical comedy by Harold Atteridge.

    Credits: Director, Alan Crosland; screenplay and dialogue, William
    K. Wells, Rex Taylor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 5Aug30; LP1465.

  THE BIG BRAIN. 1933. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Samuel Bischoff; director, George
    Archainbaud; story and dialogue, Sy Bartlett; continuity, Warren B.
    Duff; film editor, Rose Loewinger.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (Admiral Productions, Inc., author);
    16Jun33; LP3962.

  THE BIG BROADCAST. 1932. 10 reels, sd. Based on the play "Wild Waves"
    by William Ford Manley.

    Credits: Director, Frank Tuttle; screenplay, George Marion, Jr.;
    music, Ralph Rainger.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 15Oct32; LP3421.

  THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1936. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 10 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Benjamin Glazer; director, Norman Taurog;
    screenplay, Walter DeLeon, Francis Martin, Ralph Spence; continuity,
    Jack Mintz; editor, Ellsworth Hoagland; music and lyrics, Ralph
    Rainger, Richard Whiting, Leo Robin, and others.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 26Sep35; LP5815.

  THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1937. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 10 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lewis E. Gensler; director, Mitchell Leisen;
    story, Erwin Gelsey, Arthur Kober, Barry Trivers; screenplay, Walter
    DeLeon, Francis Martin; film editor, Stuart Heisler.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 9Oct36; LP6650.

  THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1938. 1938. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harlan Thompson; director, Mitchell Leisen;
    story, Frederick Hazlett Brennan; screenplay, Walter DeLeon, Francis
    Martin, Ken Englund; adaptation Howard Lindsay, Russel Crouse.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 18Feb38; LP7843.

  BIG BROTHER. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
    1923. 7 reels. Based on the novel by Rex Beach.

    Credits: Producer and director, Allan Dwan; adaptation, Paul Sloane.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 19Dec23; LP19768.

  BIG BROTHER. SEE Young Donovan's Kid.

  BIG BROWN EYES. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 8 reels, sd. Based on
    the stories "Hahsit Babe" and "Big Brown Eyes" by James Edward
    Grant.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Wanger; director, Raoul Walsh; screenplay,
    Raoul Walsh, Bert Hanlon.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 3Apr36; LP6280.

  THE BIG BURG. (Fable, no. 407) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 11Mar29; MP5931.

  BIG BUSINESS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 26Jan24; LU19862.

  BIG BUSINESS. 1926. 2 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; directors, Mark Sandrich,
    Lesley Selander; story, Murray Roth, Andrew Bennison.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 19Dec26; LP23479.

  BIG BUSINESS. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1929. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Supervision and story, Leo McCarey; director, J. Wesley
    Horne; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 27Jun29; LP492.

  BIG BUSINESS. Presented by RKO Distributing Corp. 1932. 2 reels, sd.
    From the cartoons by Fontaine Fox.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, J. A. Duffy; story,
    Joseph Levering; editor, Dwight Caldwell; music director, Lee
    Zahler.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 16May32; LP3042.

  BIG BUSINESS. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Al Boasberg; lyrics and music,
    Lester Lee, Sam Ward.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 6Nov34; LP5075.

  BIG BUSINESS. SEE The Jones Family in Big Business.

  BIG BUSINESS GIRL. 1931. 8 reels, sd. Based on the College Humor story
    by Patricia Reilly and H. N. Swanson.

    Credits: Producer, William A. Seiter; screen adaptation, Robert
    Lord.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 12May31; LP2214.

  THE BIG CAGE. 1933. 8 reels, sd. From the book by Clyde Beatty and
    Edward Anthony.

    Credits: Director, Kurt Neumann; screenplay, Edward Anthony,
    Ferdinand Reyher.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Mar33; LP3707.

  BIG CASINO. Mentone. 1933. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Ballard Macdonald.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Nov33; LP4267.

  THE BIG CAT AND THE LITTLE MOUSIE. (Oswald the Rabbit) 1938. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; director, Alex Lovy; story, Victor
    McLeod, James Miele; animation, Frank Tipper, George Grandpre.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19Aug38; MP8693.

  THE BIG CATCH. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Leo Maloney; story, Louis D. Lighton; scenario,
    Ford Beebe.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 11Sep20; LP15538.

  THE BIG CHEESE. (An Aesop Sound Fable) 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: John Foster.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Oct30; MP2027.

  BIG CHIEF UGH-AMUGH-UGH. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, George
    Germanetti.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 15Apr38; MP8336.

  THE BIG CITY. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story, Ted Ross.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Nov25; LP22028.

  THE BIG CITY. 1928. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Production, story, and direction, Tod Browning; scenario,
    Waldemar Young; titles, Joe Farnham; film editor, Harry Reynolds.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 18Feb28; LP25205.

  BIG CITY. A Frank Borzage Production. 1937. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Production and original story, Norman Krasna; director,
    Frank Borzage; screenplay, Dore Schary, Hugo Butler; film editor,
    Frederick Y. Smith; music score, William Axt.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 27Aug37; LP7387.

  BIG CITY BLUES. First National and Vitaphone. Presented by First
    National Pictures, Inc. 1932. 7 reels. Based on a play by Ward
    Morehouse.

    Credits: Director, Mervyn LeRoy; screenplay, Ward Morehouse, Lillie
    Hayward.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 1Sep32; LP3227.

  BIG CITY FANTASY. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Apr34; MP4716.

  THE BIG COURTSHIP. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1937. 1,571 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Tim Ryan, Lloyd Rosenmond.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 19Feb37; LP6954.

  BIG DAME HUNTING. 1932. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Brock; director, George Marshall; story,
    Thomas L. Lennon, George Marshall; film editor, Sam White.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 16Jan32; LP2810.

  BIG DAN. 1923. 6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, William A. Wellman; story and scenario, Frederick
    Hatton, Fanny Hatton.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 14Oct23; LP19539.

  THE BIG DIAMOND ROBBERY. 1929. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Eugene J. Forde; story, Frank Howard Clark;
    screenplay, John Stuart Twist.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 13May29; LP529.

  THE BIG DITCH OF PANAMA. (A Fitzpatrick M. G. M. Traveltalk) 1933. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Photographer, Frank Goodliffe; compiler, James A.
    FitzPatrick.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 17Apr33; MP3955.

  THE BIG DOG HOUSE. (A Dogville Comedy) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Directors, Jules White, Zion Myers.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 19Jan31; LP1895.

  BIG EARS. (Our Gang Comedies) (Hal Roach Comedy) 1931. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

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

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 17Aug31; LP2403.

  BIG EXECUTIVE. 1933. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Erle C. Kenton; story, Alice Duer Miller;
    screenplay, Laurence Stallings.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 17Aug33; LP4064.

  THE BIG FIBBER. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 14Jul33; LP4008.

  THE BIG FIGHT. Presented by James Cruze. 1930. 7 reels. From the David
    Belasco and Sam H. Harris stage success.

    Credits: Milton Herbert Groffer, Max Marcin; director, Walter Lang;
    continuity and screen adaptation, Walter Woods.

    © Sono Art World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 27Dec30; LP1857.

  BIG FISH. (News World of Sports) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrative, Jack Kofoed; described by Dan Seymour; editor,
    Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Aug39; MP9645.

  THE BIG FLASH. 1932. 22 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Arvid E. Gillstrom; story, Robert
    Vernon, Frank Griffin.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 6Nov32; LP3590.

  THE BIG GAMBLE. 1931. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Charles R. Rogers; director, Fred Niblo; story,
    Octavus Roy Cohen; screenplay, Walter DeLeon, F. McGrew Willis; film
    editor, Joseph Kane; music director, Arthur Lange.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp; 4Sep31; LP2449.

  BIG GAME. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 14May21; LU16542.

  BIG GAME. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Willard Robertson, Kilbourn Gordon; director, Dallas M.
    Fitzgerald; adaptation, Edmund Lowe, Jr.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 11Aug21; LP16863.

  BIG GAME. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont.

    © Grand-Asher Distributing Corp; 7Apr24; LP20054.

  THE BIG GAME. Mustang. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Vin Moore; story, W. C. Tuttle; adaptation,
    Robert McKenzie.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Feb26; LP22358.

  BIG GAME. (Fables, no. 384) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Harry Bailey.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 2Oct28; MP5423.

  BIG GAME. (Aesop's Fable) Van Beuren Corp. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 3Aug31; MP2851.

  THE BIG GAME. 1936. 75 min., sd. Based on the novel by Francis
    Wallace.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, George Nicholls, Jr.;
    story, Francis Wallace; screenplay, Irwin Shaw; editor, Frederic
    Knudtson; music director, Nathaniel Shilkret.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Oct36; LP6828.

  BIG GAME FISHING. (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; described by Ed Thorgersen.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Sep39; MP9647.

  BIG GAME GEORGE. (Stern Bros. Comedy) (Let George Do It Series) 1927.
    2 reels. From the cartoons by George McManus.

    Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Dec27; LP24784.

  THE BIG GAME HUNT. SEE Farmer Al Falfa In The Big Game Hunt.

  THE BIG GAME HUNTER. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George E. Marshall; story, Richard Harding Davis;
    scenario, Kenneth O'Hara.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 9Aug25; LP21713.

  THE BIG GUY. 1939. 8 reels. Based on the story "No Power on Earth" by
    Wallace Sullivan and Richard K. Polimer.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Lubin; screenplay, Lester Cole.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Nov39; LP9257.

  BIG HAPPINESS. 1920. 7 reels. From the story by Pan [pseud. of Leslie
    Beresford].

    Credits: Director, Colin Campbell; screen version, Jack Cunningham.

    © Robertson-Cole Co. (Pan, author); 5Sep20; LP15698.

  BIG HEARTED. (Whoopee Comedies) Presented by E. B. Derr. 1930. 2
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, John C. Flinn; supervision, Bill Woolfenden;
    director, Robert De Lacy; story, Charles Diltz; adaptation, Hugh
    Cummings; film editor, John Link; music director, Josiah Zuro.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Jun30; LP1385.

  THE BIG HEARTED FISH. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 20Apr26; MU3408.

  BIG HEARTED HERBERT. Presented by Warner Bros. Productions Corp. and
    The Vitaphone Corp. 1934. 6 reels, sd. Based on a play adapted by
    Sophie Kerr and Anna Steese Richardson from a story by Sophie Kerr.

    Credits: Director, William Keighley; screenplay, Lillie Hayward, Ben
    Markson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29Sep34; LP4978.

  BIG HEARTED JIM. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair (Eclair Film
    Co., author); title, descr. & 76 prints, 28Aug13; LU1161.

  BIG-HEARTED JIM. SEE Brotherly Love.

  BIG HEARTED TOOTS. (Toots and Casper Series, no. 6) 1929. 2 reels.
    Suggested by Jimmy Murphy's newspaper comedy characters.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, St. Elmo Boyce; story,
    E. V. Durling, Hal Davitt.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 14Jan29; LP2.

  THE BIG HOUSE. Cosmopolitan. 1930. 10 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, George Hill; story and dialogue, Frances Marion;
    additional dialogue, Joe Farnham, Martin Flavin; film editor,
    Blanche Sewell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 19Jun30; LP1367.

  THE BIG IDEA. Rolin Film Co. © 1918.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 1Jun18; LU12470.

  THE BIG IDEA. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 24Dec23; LU19758.

  THE BIG IDEA. (M-G-M Musical Revue) 1934. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 9May34; LP4679.

  THE BIG JEWEL CASE. (Educational-Mermaid Talking Comedies) 1930. 16
    min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack White; director, Stephen Roberts.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 3Jun30; LP1348.

  BIG JIM GARRITY. © 1916.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (George Fitzmaurice, author); title, descr. &
    192 prints, 26Apr16; LU8152.

  BIG JIM GARRITY. © 1916.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (George Fitzmaurice, author); title, descr. &
    150 prints, 15Aug16; LU8936.

  THE BIG KICK. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 8Oct25; LU21883.

  THE BIG KICK. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1930. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Warren Doane; story, H. M. Walker; film editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 17Feb30; LP1075.

  THE BIG KILLING. 1928. 5,805 ft.

    Credits: Director, F. Richard Jones; story, Grover Jones;
    screenplay, Frank Butler, Gilbert Pratt.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 19May28; LP25272.

  BIG LEAGUE. (Bill Corum, no. 10) 1937. 1 reel.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 7May37; MP7566.

  BIG LEAGUERS. (RKO Pathe Sportscope, no. 9) 1939. 9 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; supervision, Frank R.
    Donovan.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 21Apr39; MP9414.

  THE BIG LITTLE PERSON. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Z. Leonard; story, Rebecca Hooper Eastman;
    scenario, Bess Meredith.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20May19; LP13732.

  THE BIG MEOW. (An Educational Screen Star Comedy) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1934. 1,665 ft., sd.

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

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 9Mar34; LP4554.

  THE BIG MITTEN. SEE No Ransom.

  BIG MOMENTS FROM LITTLE PICTURES. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 18Apr24; LU20102.

  BIG MONEY. 1930. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, E. B. Derr; director, Russell Mack; original
    story, Walter DeLeon; film editor, Joseph Kane; musical director,
    Josiah Zuro.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Oct30; LP1684.

  THE BIG MOUTHPIECE. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Fred Guiol; story, Fred
    Guiol, Leslie Goodwins; film editor, Edward Mann.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Nov34; LP5073.

  BIG NEWS. 1929. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Gregory La Cava; director of dialogue, Frank
    Reicher; story, George S. Brooks; screenplay, Walter DeLeon;
    adaptation, Jack Jungmeyer.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Sep29; LP735.

  THE BIG NIGHT. 1915. Split reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 4Feb15; LP4379.

  THE BIG NOISE. Presented by Robert Kane. 1928. 8 reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, Allan Dwan; original story, Ben
    Hecht; adaptation and scenario, Tom J. Geraghty.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 19Mar28; LP25083.

  THE BIG NOISE. Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1936. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank McDonald; story, Edward Hartman;
    screenplay, George Bricker, William Jacobs.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 17Jun36; LP6415.

  BIG PAL. Presented by Royal Pictures. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, William Russell; director, John G. Adolfi; story,
    Jules Furthman.

    © Banner Productions, Inc.; 19Oct25; LP21921.

  THE BIG PALOOKA. (Educational-Mack Sennett Talking Comedy) 1929. 2
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Earle Rodney, Hampton Del Ruth, Harry McCoy.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 16Aug29; LP609.

  THE BIG PARADE. 1927. 13 reels, b&w, color sequences.

    Credits: Producer and director, King Vidor; story, Laurence
    Stallings; scenario, Harry Behn; titles, Joseph W. Farnham; film
    editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 10Sep27; LP24384.

  THE BIG PARADE. © 1937.

    © Montgomery Ward & Co.; title, descr. & 1,837 prints, 22Sep37;
    MU7767.

  THE BIG PARADERS. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Aug29; MP539.

  THE BIG PARTY. 1930. 6,200 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, J. G. Blystone; story and dialogue, Harlan
    Thompson; editor, Eddie Robbins.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 23Jan30; LP1052.

  THE BIG PIE RAID. (A McDougall Alley Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Stan De Lay.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 23May27; LP24003.

  THE BIG POND. 1930. 8 reels, sd. Based on the play by George Middleton
    and A. E. Thomas.

    Credits: Producer, Monta Bell; director, Hobart Henley; continuity,
    Robert Presnell, Garrett Fort; dialogue, Preston Sturges.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 6May30; LP1278.

  THE BIG PUNCH. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Story, Jules Furthman; adaptation, direction and
    production, Jack Ford.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 30Jan21; LP16427.

  THE BIG RACE. Screencraft. 1933. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Fred Newmeyer; original story, Hugh Cummings.

    © Showmen's Pictures, Inc.; 12Dec33; LP4322.

  THE BIG RACE. (A Meany, Miny Moe Cartoon) Snappy. 1937. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; animation, Manuel
    Moreno, George Nicholas, Ben Clapton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 17Feb37; MP7184.

  THE BIG RANGER. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Hill; story, Jean F. Burtis; scenario,
    George Morgan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Apr22; LP17761.

  BIG RED RIDING HOOD. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 19
    prints, 2Apr25; LU21300.

  THE BIG RETREAT. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 26May26; MU3449.

  THE BIG REWARD. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 12May27; MU4022.

  THE BIG SCARE. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 15Aug29; MP533.

  THE BIG SCOOP. © 1922. 2 reels.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (James Hilary Finn, author); title, descr. &
    40 prints, 1Dec22; LU18446.

  THE BIG SCOOP. 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; director, Harry Sweet; story, E.
    A. Brown, Hal Yates; film editor, Fred Maguire.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 16Nov31; LP2669.

  THE BIG SECRET. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ferris Hartman.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 10Apr21; LP16429.

  THE BIG SHAKEDOWN. 1933. 7 reels, sd. From the story "Cut Rate" by S.
    Engels and Niven Busch.

    Credits: Director, John Francis Dillon; screenplay, Niven Busch,
    Rian James.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 30Dec33; LP4372.

  THE BIG SHOT. 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 12Apr29; MP77.

  THE BIG SHOT. 1931. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Charles R. Rogers; director, Ralph F. Murphy;
    story, George Dromgold, Hal Conklin; screenplay and dialogue, Earl
    Baldwin, Joseph Fields; film editor, Charles Craft; musical
    director, Arthur Lange.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 18Dec31; LP2731.

  THE BIG SHOT. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Edward Killy; story, Lawrence Pohle, Thomas
    Ahearn; screenplay, Arthur T. Horman, Bert Granet; editor, Jack
    Hively.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Jul37; LP7419.

  THE BIG SHOW. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 26Feb23; LU18734.

  THE BIG SHOW. Miller Brothers. © 1926.

    Credits: Director, George Terwilliger; story, L. Case Russell.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (L. Case Russell, author); title,
    descr. & 109 prints, 29Mar26; LU22543.

  THE BIG SHOW. 1936. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Nat Levine; director, Mack V. Wright; screenplay
    and original story, Dorrell and Stuart E. McGowan.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 16Nov36; LP6743.

  THE BIG SHOW. © 1938. 16 mm.

    © Adolph Louis Otto Rasch; title, descr. & 8 prints, 1Jul38; MU8567.

  THE BIG SISTER. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, George L. Tucker.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. (C. B. Hoadley, author); title, descr. &
    45 prints, 3Oct13; LU1711.

  THE BIG SPLASH. 1931. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray Cozine; story, Walton Butterfield.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 16Jan31; LP1905.

  THE BIG SQUAWK. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1929. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Warren H. Doane; story, Leo McCarey; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 29Jul29; LP556.

  THE BIG SQUEAL. 1933. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Ewart Adamson.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 9Jul33; LP4298.

  THE BIG SQUIRT. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullman, Al
    Giebler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 30Aug37; LP7389.

  THE BIG STAMPEDE. Presented by Leon Schlesinger. 1932. 54 min.

    Credits: Director, Tenny Wright; story, Marion Jackson; screenplay
    and dialogue, Kurt Kempler; editor, Frank Ware.

    © Vitagraph Pictures, Inc.; 28Sep32; LP3278.

  THE BIG TENT. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 2Sep27; MU4261.

  BIG TIMBER. 1917. 5 reels. From the novel by Bertrand W. Sinclair.

    Credits: Director, William D. Taylor; scenario, Gardner Hunting.

    © Oliver Morosco Photoplay Co.; 15Jun17; LP10964.

  BIG TIMBER. 1924. 5 reels. From the story "The Heart of Night Wind" by
    Vingie E. Roe.

    Credits: Director, William Craft; adaptation, Isadore Bernstein.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Jul24; LP20388.

  BIG TIME. Presented by William Fox. 1929. 9 reels, sd. Based on the
    story "Little Ledna" by William Wallace Smith.

    Credits: Producer, Kenneth Hawks; screenplay, Sidney Lanfield;
    dialogue, William K. Wells, Sidney Lanfield.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 14Sep29; LP679.

  BIG TIME CHARLIE. (Manhattan Comedies) 1929. 2 reels, sd.

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

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Oct29; LP2000.

  THE BIG TIMER. 1932. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Eddie Buzzell; story, adaptation and dialogue,
    Robert Riskin; continuity, Dorothy Howell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Feb32; LP2886.

  THE BIG TOP. (Terry Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1938. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Mannie Davis; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 13May38; MP8414.

  BIG-TOP CHAMPIONS. (Grantland Rice Sound Sportlight) 1930. 1 reel, si.
    & sd.

    Credits: Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Apr30; MP1410.

  THE BIG TOWN. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 9Dec24; LU20871.

  BIG TOWN. 1932. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Arthur Hoerl; editor, Bernard
    Rogan.

    © Trojan Pictures, Inc.; 18Nov32; LP3430.

  BIG TOWN COMMUTERS. (A Columbia Tour) 1939. 793 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Described by Dan Seymour.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 6Feb39; MP9119.

  BIG TOWN CZAR. 1939. 7 reels, sd. Based on the story "Czar of
    Broadway" by Ed Sullivan.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ken Goldsmith; director, Arthur Lubin;
    screenplay, Edmund Hartmann; film editor, Philip Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 21Mar39; LP8782.

  BIG TOWN GIRL. 1937. 6,474 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Werker; original stories, Darrell Ware,
    Frances Whiting Reid; screenplay, Lou Breslow, John Patrick, Robert
    Ellis, Helen Logan; music, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Dec37; LP7915.

  BIG TOWN IDEAS. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Carl Harbaugh; story and scenario, John Montague.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 5Jun21; LP16679.

  BIG-TOWN ROUND-UP. 1921. 5 reels. Adapted from the book by William
    McLeod Raine.

    Credits: Direction and scenario, Lynn Reynolds.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 3Jul21; LP16744.

  THE BIG TRAIL. 1930. 13,000 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Raoul Walsh; story, Hal G. Evarts; editor, Jack
    Dennis.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 30Sep30; LP1683.

  THE BIG TREES OF CALIFORNIA. (Ford Educational Library, Regional
    Geography, v. 5) Ford Motion Picture Laboratories. 1920. 1 reel.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 24Dec20; MP1794.

  THE BIG TREES OF CALIFORNIA. (Ford Educational Library, Nature Study)
    Ford Motion Picture Laboratories. 1923. 1 reel.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 18Jun23; MP2295.

  BIG TREMAINE. 1916. For the Metro program. 5 reels. A picturization of
    the novel by Marie Van Vorst.

    Credits: Director, Henry Otto.

    © Yorke Film Corp.; 18Nov16; LP9546.

  THE BIGAMIST. Special Imp. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Brennon.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Sep16; LP9155.

  THE BIGAMIST. 1922. 6 reels. From the novel by F. E. Mills Young.

    Credits: Director, Guy Newall.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 2Apr22; LP17769.

  THE BIGAMISTS. SEE Naughty But Nice.

  BIGGER AND BETTER. Presented by Hal Roach. 1930. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edgar Kennedy; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 24Nov30; LP1753.

  BIGGER AND BETTER. SEE Fanny and Kitty Watson in Bigger and Better.

  BIGGER AND BETTER BLONDES. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 11Apr27; LU23854.

  BIGGER AND BETTER JAILS. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 19Jan25; MU2833.

  THE BIGGER MAN. SEE The Bridge.

  BIGGER THAN BARNUM'S. Released by F. B. O. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince; story, Arthur Guy Empey; continuity,
    J. Grubb Alexander.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 10Jul26; LP22989.

  THE BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jerome Storm; story, Florence Vincent; picturized
    by Julien Josephson.

    © Thomas H. Ince Corp.; 17Apr18; LP12324.

  THE BIGOT. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Donald Macdonald; scenario, Anthony W. Coldewey.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Anthony W. Coldewey, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 9Jan15; LU4145.

  THE BIKE BUG. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 7Jun21; LU16646.

  THE BIKE PARADE. (A Paramount Paragraphic) Presented by Adolph Zukor.
    1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; commentary, Justin Herman;
    narrator, Ted Husing; editor, Robert Blauvelt.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 22Apr38; MP8364.

  BILL APERSON'S BOY. 1919. 5 reels.

    © First National Exhibitor's Circuit, Inc.; 9Jun19; LP13801.

  BILL BATCHELOR IN HAWAII. © 1935.

    © Ray Morris; title, descr. &. 52 prints, 15Apr35; LU5469.

  BILL BOGG'S WINDFALL. © 1912.

    © Biograph Co. (Paul West, author); title, descr. & 76 prints,
    26Dec12; LU213.

  BILL BOLSHEVIK, THE SOAP BOXER. © 1918. 960 ft.

    © Spuyten Duyvil Film Studio (L. Franklin Van Zelm, author); title,
    descr. & 2 prints, 26Feb18; MU1149.

  BILL BRENNAN'S CLAIM. Gold Seal. 1917. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall; story, Shelley Sutton; scenario,
    Charles Wilson, Jr.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Apr17; LP10603.

  BILL BRENNAN'S CLAIM. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall; story, Shelly Sutton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Mar19; LP13539.

  BILL BRENNAN'S CLAIM, 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Sep23; LP19375.

  BILL BURNHAM'S NEW FRIENDS. 1937. For Chicago & North Western Railway.
    1 reel, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 11Jan37; MP7102.

  BILL BURNHAM'S NEW JOB. 1937. For Chicago &. North Western Railway. 1
    reel, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 11Jan37; MP7103.

  BILL BURNHAM'S NEW RAILROAD. 1937. For Chicago & North Western
    Railway. 1 reel, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 11Jan37; MP7197.

  THE BILL COLLECTOR. (Joe Rock Comedy) 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reggie Morris.

    © Grand-Asher Distributing Corp.; 12Mar24; LP19974.

  BILL CRACKS DOWN. 1937. 6 reels.

    Credits: Associate producer, William Berke; director, William Nigh;
    original story, Owen Francis, Morgan Cox; screenplay, Dorrell
    McGowan, Stuart McGowan.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Mar37; LP7019.

  BILL GRIMM'S PROGRESS. Released by F. B. O. 1926. 2 reels each. © R-C
    Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Directors, Ralph Ceder, Arvid E. Gilstrom; story, H. C.
    Witwer; adaptation and continuity, Beatrice Van.

    1. The Lady of Lyons, N. Y. © 2Aug26; LP22992.

    2. The Fight That Failed. © 27Aug26; LP23049.

    3. Where There's a Bill. © 28Aug26; LP23061.

    4. The Last of His Face. © 30Aug26; LP23060.

    5. When a Man's a Fan. © 10Oct26; LP23217.

    6. The Midnight Son. © 15Oct26; LP23219.

    7. Bruisers and Losers. © 2Nov26; LP23287.

    8. Little Miss Bluffit. © 2Nov26; LP23285.

    9. Ladies Prefer Brunettes. © 15Nov26; LP23330.

    10. Assorted Nuts. © 19Nov26; LP23352.

    11. Blisters Under the Skin. © 30Nov26; LP23384.

    12. The Knight Before Christmas. © 13Dec26; LP23424.

  BILL HAYWOOD, PRODUCER. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Cecilie B. Petersen, author); 1Feb15; LP4361.

  BILL HENRY. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince; director, Jerry Storm; story,
    Lois Zellner; adaptation, Julien Josephson.

    © Thos. H. Ince; 28Jul19; LP14029.

  A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT. © 1922.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Denison Clift, author); title, descr.
    & 94 prints, 11Nov22; LU18392.

  A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT. 1932. 8 reels, sd. From the play by Clemence
    Dane [pseud. of Winifred Ashton].

    Credits: Director, George Cukor; screenplay, Harry Wagstaff Gribble;
    film editor, Arthur Roberts; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 30Sep32; LP3330.

  THE BILL OF RIGHTS. 1939. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Crane Wilbur; original screenplay, Charles L.
    Tedford.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Aug39; LP9046.

  BILL PETERS' KID. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Rollin S. Sturgeon.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Marie A. Wing, author); 26Jan16;
    LP7503.

  THE BILL POSTER. (Krazy Kat) Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp.
    1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Harry Love; animation,
    Allen Rose, Preston Blair; musical score, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 18Dec33; MP4466.

  BILL TELL, PAWNBROKER. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 57 prints, 3Apr14; LU2431.

  BILLBOARD FROLICS (Merrie Melodies, Cartoon no. 13) 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Cal Dalton, Sandy Walker.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Jan36; MP6150.

  BILLBOARD GIRL. (Educational Comedies) 1932. 21 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Pearce; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Earle Rodney, Harry McCoy, Lew Foster.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 20Mar32; LP2970.

  BILLBOARD GIRL. (A Mack Sennett Talking Picture) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1934. 1,919 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Pearce; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Earle Rodney, Harry McCoy, Lew Foster; film editor, William
    Hornbeck.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 28Sep34; LP5099.

  BILLETED. SEE The Misleading Widow.

  BILLIE JOINS THE NAVY. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Arthur D. Hotaling.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (J. C. McCracken, author); 17Aug15; LP6122.

  BILLIE'S BABY. Laemmle. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Lloyd; scenario, G. E. Jenks.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Jun15; LP5675.

  BILLIE'S DEBUT. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 26Jul15; LP5939.

  BILLIE'S DOUBLE. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Clay M. Greene, author); 25Mar16; LP7910.

  BILLIE'S HEADACHE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Emmett O'Reilly, author); 29Dec15; LP7342.

  BILLIE'S HEIRESS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 21Jul15; LP5879.

  BILLIE'S LUCKY BILL. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Mark Swan, author); 4Feb16; LP7561.

  BILLIE'S MOTHER. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lionel Belmore.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (William Addison Lathrop, author);
    9Jun16; LP8479.

  BILLIE'S REVENGE. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe; adaptation, Daniel Ellis.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Lily Wandel, author); 18Feb16; LP7680.

  THE BILLION DOLLAR SCANDAL. 1933. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Joe Brown; original story and screenplay,
    Gene Towne, Graham Baker; dialogue, Willard Mack, Beatrice Banyard.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 10Jan33; LP3552.

  THE BILLIONAIRE. 1914.

    © Klaw & Erlanger (Protective Amusement Co., author); 2Mar14;
    LP2467.

  THE BILLIONAIRE LORD. American Commercial Film Co. © 1915.

    Credits: Director, La Verne Barber.

    © La Verne Barber; title, descr. & 80 prints, 26Nov15; LU7201.

  BILLIONS. 1920. 6 reels. From the drama by Jean-Jose Frappa and Henri
    Dupuy Mazuel.

    Credits: Director, Ray C. Smallwood; scenario, Charles Bryant.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 22Nov20; LP15826.

  BILL'S ANNIVERSARY. Okeh. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Roy Clements; story, Jessie McAllister.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Oct19; LP14342.

  BILL'S BIRTHDAY PRESENT. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (William Duncan, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 7Feb13; LU354.

  BILL'S BLIGHTED CAREER. L-Ko. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Jun15; LP5449.

  BILL'S CAREER AS BUTLER. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Herbert Prior.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 27Sep13; LP1316.

  BILL'S FINISH. Okeh. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Roy Clements.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Sep19; LP14171.

  BILL'S NARROW ESCAPE. 1916. 2 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 19Apr16; LP8115.

  BILL'S PLUMBER AND PLUMBER'S BILL. Imp. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Nov15; LP6867.

  BILL'S SWEETHEART. 1913.

    Credits: Helen Combes.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Apr13; LP624.

  BILL'S WIFE. Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Lynn Reynolds.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Mar16; LP7985.

  BILL'S WIFE. (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Sep20; LP15606.

  BILLY AND ELSA NEWELL IN THEN AND NOW. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jan30; MP1066.

  BILLY & ELSA NEWELL, THOSE HOT TAMALES. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr28; MP4959.

  BILLY AND THE BIG STICK. 1917. 4 reels. From a story by Richard
    Harding Davis.

    Credits: Director, Edward H. Griffith; adaptation, Wallace M. Woody.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 16Jul17; LP11096.

  BILLY BLAZES, ESQ. Rolin Film Co. © 1919. 1 reel.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 24
    prints, 19Jun19; LU13852.

  BILLY FORTUNE. SEE Water, Water Everywhere.

  BILLY FORTUNE STORIES. SEE The Limit Game.

  THE BILLY GOAT'S WHISKERS. Educational. Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1937. 595 ft., sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry, John Foster; scored and conducted by Philip A.
    Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 10Dec37; MP7997.

  BILLY HILL. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Apr35; LP5458.

  BILLY JIM. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Andrew J. Callaghan; director, Frank Borzage;
    story, Jackson Gregory; scenario, Frank Howard Clark.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 19Jan22; LP17473.

  BILLY LYTELL AND TOM FANT IN TWO OF A KIND. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Jan30; MP1079.

  BILLY NOW A MEDICO. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Bert Angeles.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bert Angeles, author); title, descr. & 32 prints,
    18Feb15; LU4477.

  BILLY PUTS ONE OVER. © 1915.

    © Mica Film Corp. (A. M. Kennedy, author); title, descr. & 32
    prints, 9Feb15; LU4424.

  BILLY ROSE'S CASA MAÑANA REVUE. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    1938. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Lewyn; director, George Sidney.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 25Mar38; MP8277.

  BILLY SMOKE. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: James Oliver Curwood; director, William Wolbert.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 27Dec16; LP9828.

  BILLY STUDIES MUSIC. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Bert Angeles.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bert Angeles, author); title, descr. & 29 prints,
    16Jan15; LU4219.

  BILLY SWEDE HALL AND COMPANY IN HILDA. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Aug29; MP537.

  BILLY THE BANDIT. Special Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: L. V. Waters; scenario and direction, John Steppling.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 4Dec16; LP9651.

  BILLY, THE BEAR TAMER. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lee Beggs.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Edward J. Montagne, author);
    10Jun15; LP5588.

  BILLY THE KID. 1930. 11 reels, sd., b&w. From the book "Saga of Billy
    the Kid" by Walter Noble Burns.

    Credits: Producer and director, King Vidor; continuity, Wanda
    Tuchock; dialogue, Laurence Stallings; additional dialogue, Charles
    MacArthur; film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 23Oct30; LP1671.

  BILLY THE KID RETURNS. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Charles E. Ford; director, Joe Kane;
    original screenplay, Jack Natteford; film editor, Lester Orlebeck;
    music director, Cy Feuer.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 4Sep38; LP8297.

  BILLY'S COLLEGE JOB. Imp. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Victor De Villiers; producer, Sidney Goldin.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co.; 20Sep15; LP6412.

  BILLY'S HAT. Okeh. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Roy Clements.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Aug19; LP14062.

  BILLY'S LOVE MAKING. Imp. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: William Addison Lathrop; producer, William Garwood.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Aug15; LP6126.

  BILLY'S MELODRAMA. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Currier.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Edward J. Montagne and George Plympton,
    authors); 30Sep16; LP9221.

  BILLY'S REFORMATION. 1915. 2 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 31Dec15; LP7333.

  BILLY'S RIVAL. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Anita Loos, author); title & descr.,
    9Oct14; 55 prints, 7Oct14; LU3500.

  BILLY'S SCOOP. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Bert D'Angeles.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bert D'Angeles, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 5Mar15; LU4606.

  BILLY'S STRATAGEM. © 1915.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bert Angeles, author); title, descr. & 25 prints,
    18Feb15; LU4476.

  BILLY'S WAGER. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lee Beggs.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (L. F. Gottschalk, author); 26Dec14;
    LP4050.

  BILLY'S WAR BRIDES. Imp. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, William Garwood; story, Miriam S. Gluck;
    adaptation, Samuel Greiner.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Apr16; LP8090.

  BILLY'S WATERLOO. 1916. 1 reel.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 31May16; LP8386.

  THE BILTMORE TRIO IN COLLEGE ROMEOS. (Metro Movietone Act) 1929. 1
    reel, b&w.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 26Aug29; MP794.

  THE BILTMORE TRIO IN JAIL BIRDS. (Metro Movietone Act) 1930. 1 reel,
    b&w.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 9Apr30; MP1388.

  A BIMBEROO ON A BAMBOO ISLE. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1813.

  BIMBO'S EXPRESS. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 22Aug31; MP2746.

  BIMBO'S INITIATION. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 24Jul31; MP2699.

  BING BANG. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Parrott.

    © William Fox (Charles Parrott, author); 8Jul17; LP11061.

  BINGLE'S NIGHTMARE; or, IF IT HAD ONLY BEEN TRUE. 1913.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Roy F. Hanaford, author); 23Jul13;
    LP975.

  BINGO CROSBYANA. (Merrie Melodies) 1936. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, I. Freleng;
    animation, Cal Dalton, Alexander Walker; music, Norman Spencer.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Aug36; MP6723.

  BINK'S VACATION. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Anita Loos, author); title, descr. & 43 prints,
    1Dec13; LU1686.

  BIOGRAPHY OF A BACHELOR GIRL. 1934. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based on a play
    by S. N. Behrman.

    Credits: Producer and director, Edward H. Griffith; screenplay,
    Anita Loos; additional dialogue, Horace Jackson; film editor,
    William S. Gray; music score, Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 26Dec34; LP5223.

  BIRD DOGS. (Sportscope, no. 3) 1938. 917 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; supervision, Frank R.
    Donovan.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 4Nov38; MP9021.

  BIRD HOMES. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 7Jul30;
    MP1821.

  A BIRD IN THE HAND. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Graham; story, E. Percy Heath.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 15Feb29; LP128.

  A BIRD IN THE HAND. SEE Ann Codee and Frank Orth in A Bird in the
    Hand.

  THE BIRD MAN. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story and animation, Ben Harrison,
    Manny Gould; musical direction, Joe de Nat; musical score, Charles
    Rosoff.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 21Jan35; MP5339.

  BIRD MANOR. © 1925. 5,000 ft.

    Credits: Written and produced by T. Walter Weiseman.

    © T. Walter Weiseman; title, descr. & 24 prints, 30Dec25; MU3294.

  A BIRD OF BAGDAD. 1918. 2 reels. From a story by O. Henry [pseud. of
    William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, Kenneth Webb.

    © Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.; 26Aug18; LP12790.

  BIRD OF PARADISE. 1932. 9 reels. Suggested by the stage play by
    Richard Walton Tully.

    Credits: Producer, King Vidor; screenplay, Wells Root, Wanda
    Tuchock, Leonard Praskins.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Aug32; LP3215.

  THE BIRD OF PREY. © 1914.

    © Eclipse-Urban Film Co. (Eclipse Film Co., author); title, descr. &
    55 prints, 8Jun14; LU2822.

  THE BIRD OF PREY. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Charles & Albert G. Kenyon; director, E. J. Le Sainte.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 11Aug18; LP12770.

  THE BIRD OF PREY. SEE Ace of Aces.

  THE BIRD ON NELLIE'S HAT. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Victor McLeod, James Miele;
    animation, George Grandpre, Hicks Lokey.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Jun39; MP9483.

  BIRD SCOUTS. (Rainbow Parade Cartoon) RKO Radio release. 1935. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Burt Gillett, Tom Palmer.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 20Sep35; MP6205.

  THE BIRD STORE. (Silly Symphony Cartoon, no. 26) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 22Jan32; MP3052.

  THE BIRD STUFFER. 1936. 565 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Sid Marcus; animation, Art
    Davis; musical direction, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 30Jan36; MP6171.

  BIRDLAND. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational. Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1935. 540 ft., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 23Aug35; MP5799.

  A BIRD'S A BIRD. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 8Feb15; LP4415.

  THE BIRDS' CHRISTMAS CAROL. SEE A Bit o' Heaven.

  BIRDS IN LOVE. (Color Rhapsody) (Scrappy) Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1936. 684 ft., color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Ben Harrison; animation,
    Manny Gould; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 19Oct36; MP6851.

  BIRDS IN THE SPRING. (Silly Symphony, no. U. A. 8) 1933. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 2Mar33; MP3933.

  BIRDS OF A FAR-OFF SEA. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 26Apr17; MP921.

  BIRDS OF A FEATHER. Gold Seal. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by William V. Mong.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Dec16; LP9772.

  BIRDS OF A FEATHER. (Silly Symphony, no. 16) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 10Feb31; MP2300.

  BIRDS OF A FEATHER. SEE Lonesome Luke in Birds of a Feather.

  BIRDS OF PASSAGE. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Bengt Berg, author); title, descr. & 58
    prints, 26Jan24; MU2422.

  BIRDS OF PREY. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, William J. Craft; story, Dorothy Howell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Mar27; LP23788.

  BIRDS OF PREY. 1931. 979 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 29Apr31;
    MP2630.

  BIRDS OF PREY. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (T. Gilbert Pearson, author); 30Sep38;
    MP8975.

  BIRDS OF THE NIGER. © 1935.

    © John F. Jennings; title, descr. & 2,055 prints, 16May35; MU5586.

  BIRDS OF THE SEACOAST. 1931. 966 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 29Apr31;
    MP2631.

  BIRDS OF THE SOUTHERN SEA COAST. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 20Sep13; MP86.

  THE BIRTH. (Christus, no. 1) Cines Film Co., Italy. © 1916.

    © Ugo Serra (Cines Film Co., author); title, descr. & 450 prints,
    28Feb16; LU7714.

  BIRTH. © 1917.

    © Alfred Warman (Alfred C. Abadie, author); title, descr. & 96
    prints, 5Feb17; MU835.

  BIRTH AND EDUCATION OF A SEAL. Presented by Hancock Expeditions. 1935.
    1 reel.

    © G. Allan Hancock (W. Charles Swett, author); 24Mar35; MP5552.

  THE BIRTH OF A BABY. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack H. Skirball; director, A. E. Christie;
    screen adaptation, Burke Symon, Arthur Jarrett; film editor, Sam
    Citron.

    © The American Committee on Maternal Welfare, Inc.; 1Jun37; LP7675.

  THE BIRTH OF A NATION. 1915. 12 reels. Based on the novel "The
    Clansman" by Thomas Dixon.

    Credits: Director, David W. Griffith; scenario, D. W. Griffith,
    Frank E. Woods.

    © Epoch Producing Corp. & Thomas Dixon (David W. Griffith, Thomas
    Dixon & Frank E. Woods, authors); 8Feb15; LP6677.

  THE BIRTH OF A NEW AMERICA. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Story and direction, Sidney B. Lust; narration, Alois
    Havrilla.

    © Super Film Attractions, Inc.; 11Aug34; MP4917.

  THE BIRTH OF A SOUL. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edwin L. Hollywood; adaptation, Arthur Edwin
    Krows.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Jan20; LP14659.

  THE BIRTH OF A TOOTHPICK. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Burt Gillett; story, Vic McLeod, Kin Platt;
    animation, Frank Tipper, LaVerne Harding.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Feb39; MP9176.

  THE BIRTH OF CHARACTER. © 1916. 5 reels. Title changed from "The
    Transmutation."

    © Equitable Motion Pictures Corp. (Marc Edmund Jones, author); title
    & descr., 3Jan16; 146 prints, 10Jan16; LU7401.

  THE BIRTH OF EMOTION. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Henry Otto.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Henry Otto, author); title, descr. & 55 prints,
    18Feb15; LU4478.

  THE BIRTH OF JAZZ. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel. Adapted from
    the cartoon character by Geo. Herriman.

    Credits: Ben Harrison; producer, Charles Mintz; musical score, Joe
    De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 18Apr32; MP3256.

  THE BIRTH OF OUR SAVIOUR. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Charles J. Brabin; scenario, DeWitt L. Pelton.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 1Dec14; LP3874.

  THE BIRTH OF PATRIOTISM. 1917. 5 reels. From the story by I. A. R.
    Wylie.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, E. Magnus Ingleton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Apr17; LP10613.

  THE BIRTH OF THE EARTH. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Bray Screen Products, Inc.; 1Jun24; MP2670.

  THE BIRTH OF THE MARSEILLAISE. Treuman-Larsen Film Vertriebs G.m.b.H.,
    Berlin. © 1914.

    © Jacques Greenzweig (Viggo Larsen, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 27Apr14; LU2595.

  THE BIRTH OF THE NATION; or, THE CLANSMAN. © 1915. 12 reels. Adapted
    from "The Clansman" by Thomas Dixon.

    Credits: Producer, D. W. Griffith; story arrangement, D. W.
    Griffith, Frank E. Woods; photography, William Bitzer.

    © David W. Griffith Corp. (David W. Griffith and Frank E. Woods,
    authors); title, descr. & 1640 prints, 13Feb15; LU4453.

  THE BIRTH OF THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: J. W. Blake; director, George A. Lessey.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Aug14; LP3174.

  THE BIRTH OF WORDS. 1931. 1 reel.

    © Bensel Smythe; 23Mar31; MP2444.

  BIRTHDAY. (Out of the Inkwell) 1922. 766 ft.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; drawn by Max Fleischer.

    © Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.; 4Nov22; MP22060.

  BIRTHDAY BLUES. Presented by Hal Roach. 1932. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Robert McGowan; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 24Oct32; LP3355.

  BIRTHDAY GREETINGS. Presented by William Fox. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; director, Gene Forde, Zion
    Myers; story, Edward P. Moran, J. Walter Ruben.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 6Feb27; LP23665.

  THE BIRTHDAY PARTY. (Mickey Mouse Cartoon, no. 10) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 10Jan31; MP2224.

  THE BIRTHDAY PARTY. (Oswald Rabbit) Snappy. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Story, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; artists, Manuel Moreno,
    Louis Zukor, George Dane.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19Mar37; MP7281.

  THE BIRTHDAY PRESENT. © 1913.

    © Nordisk Film Co.; title, descr. & 43 prints, 31Mar13; LU526.

  THE BIRTHDAY RING. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Isobel M. Reynolds, author); title, descr. & 59
    prints, 3Dec13; LU1707.

  A BIRTHDAY TANGLE. Century. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by J. Davis.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 15Jul20; LP15365.

  THE BISHOP MISBEHAVES. 1935. 9 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by
    Frederick Jackson.

    Credits: Producer, John Goldwyn; director, E. A. Dupont; screenplay,
    Leon Gordon; film editor, James E. Newcom; music score, Edward Ward.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 12Sep35; LP6217.

  THE BISHOP MURDER CASE. 1930. 9 reels, sd., b&w. From the book by S.
    S. Van Dine [pseud. of Willard Huntington Wright].

    Credits: Director, Nick Grinde; adaptation, scenario and dialogue,
    Lenore J. Coffee; film editor, William Le Vanway.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5May30; LP1274.

  THE BISHOP OF THE OZARKS. Released by Film Booking Offices of America.
    1923. 6 reels. From the story by Melford W. Howard.

    Credits: Production, direction and adaptation, Finis Fox.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 23Jan23; LP18615.

  THE BISHOP'S CANDLESTICKS. 1929. 2 reels. From an incident in "Les
    Miserables" by Victor Hugo.

    Credits: Norman McKinnell.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 25Feb29; LP173.

  THE BISHOP'S EMERALDS. Presented by Louis Meyer. © 1919. From the
    novel by Captain Houghton Townley.

    Credits: Director, John B. O'Brien; adaptation, Frank S. Beresford.

    © Virginia Pearson Photoplays, Inc. (Houghton Townley, author);
    title, descr. & 99 prints, 19Jun19; LU13853.

  BISKRA, THE BEAUTIFUL. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel-Picture)
    1921. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 11Apr21;
    MP1915.

  BIT AND BRIDLE. (Sportscope, no. 6) 1938. 10 min., sd.

    Credits: Frank R. Donovan; supervision. Frederic Ullman, Jr.;
    editor, Foster Travis; narrator, Andre Baruch.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 13May38; MP8576.

  A BIT O' HEAVEN. 1917. 5 reels. Adapted from the story "The Birds'
    Christmas Carol" by Kate Douglas Wiggin.

    © Frieder Film Corp.; 15Mar17; LP11152.

  A BIT OF HEAVEN. Presented by Samuel Zierler. 1928. 7,000 ft.

    Credits: Supervision, Burton King; director, Cliff Wheeler; story,
    Roland Kingston; scenario, Elsie Werner.

    © Excellent Pictures Corp.; 26May28; LP25301.

  A BIT OF HUMAN DRIFTWOOD. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. &. 89 prints, 21Jul14; LU3065.

  A BIT OF LACE. 1915. 3 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 5Nov15; LP6898.

  A BIT OF LIFE IN JAVA. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Dept. of Anthropology, Harvard University.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 11Nov28; MP5521.

  A BIT OF SCOTCH. SEE Miss Kitty Doner in A Bit of Scotch.

  A BIT OLD FASHIONED. 1921. 1 reel.

    © Post Pictures Corp.; 23Sep21; MP2035.

  THE BITE OF A SNAKE. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Fred Mace, author); title, descr. & 48 prints,
    4Jan13; LU243.

  BITING THE DUST. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 31Dec24; MU2821.

  BITS OF AFRICA. (U. F. A. Oddity) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edited and titled by Edward Bowes.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 15Sep28; MP365.

  BITS OF AFRICA. (U. F. A. Oddity) U. F. A. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edited and titled by Edward Bowes.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 15Sep28; MP5435.

  BITS OF BRITTANY. Released by Harold Auten. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    © Andre de LaVarre; 15May36; MP6527.

  BITS OF BROADWAY. (Metro Movietone Act) 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Nick Grinde.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 7Apr30; MP1376.

  BITS OF LIFE. First National. Presented by Marshall Neilan. 1921. 6
    reels. Adapted from stories by Hugh Wiley, Walter Trumbull, Thomas
    McMorrow and Marshall Neilan.

    Credits: Director, Marshall Neilan, James Flood, William Scully;
    scenario, Lucita Squier.

    ** © Marshall Neilan Productions; 25Oct21; LP17129.

  BITS OF LIFE. 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, John P. McCarthy.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 17Nov39; MP9766.

  BITTER APPLES. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Story, Harold MacGrath; scenario and direction, Harry Hoyt.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Apr27; LP23844.

  BITTER FRIENDS. (Educational-Tuxedo Talking Comedies) 1930. 18 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Production and supervision, Jack White; director, Stephen
    Roberts.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 4May30; LP1285.

  THE BITTER TEA OF GENERAL YEN. 1932. 9 reels. From the story by Grace
    Zaring Stone.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Capra; screenplay, Edward Paramore.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Dec32; LP3486.

  THE BITTER TRUTH. 1917. For the Fox Film Corp. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Kenean Buel; story and scenario, Mary Murillo.

    © William Fox (Mary Murillo, author); 14Jan17; LP9988.

  BITTERSWEET. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Rollin S. Sturgeon.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Daisy Smith, author); 27Jan16;
    LP7518.

  BITTER SWEET. A British and Dominion Production. 1933. 10 reels, sd.
    Based on the operetta by Noel Coward.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Wilcox; dialogue and lyrics, Noel Coward.

    © United Artists Corp. (Noel Coward, author); 15Sep33; LP4127.

  BITUMINOUS COAL. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Kodak Co. (George W. Hoke, author); 29Mar28; MP4925.

  BIXBY'S DILEMMA. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Edmond Stratton.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Frederic Chapin, author); 10Jun15;
    LP5562.

  BLACK. SEE Where Is My Father.

  THE BLACK ACE. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Ford I. Beebe; director, Leo D. Maloney.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Jul28; LP25498.

  BLACK ACES. 1937. 6 reels, sd. From the novel by Stephen Payne.

    Credits: Producer and director, Buck Jones; screenplay, Frances
    Guihan; film editor, Bernard Loftus.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Jun37; LP7240.

  BLACK AGAIN. © 1939. B&w, 35 mm.

    © General Motors Sales Corp., Chevrolet Motor Division (Jam Handy
    Picture Service, author); title, descr. & 187 prints, 15Mar39;
    LU8714.

  BLACK AND BLUE EYES. (Blue Ribbon Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Joe Rock.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 30May26; LP22720.

  BLACK AND TAN. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Dick Currier; story and direction, Dudley
    Murphy; editor, Russell G. Shields.

    © RKO Productions, Inc.; 8Dec29; LP1087.

  BLACK AND WHITE. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (William Beaudine, author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 18Aug13; LU1195.

  BLACK AND WHITE. SEE Krazy Kat in Black and White.

  THE BLACK AND WHITE SNOWBALL. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tefft Johnson.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Tefft Johnson, author); 7Jun15;
    LP5518.

  BLACK ART. 1915. 400 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Will Louis, author); 5Apr15; LP4928.

  THE BLACK BAG. 1922. 5 reels. From the story by Louis Joseph Vance.

    Credits: Director, Stuart Paton; scenario, George Hively.

    © Universal Film Manufacturing Co., Inc.; 2Jun22; LP17934.

  THE BLACK BANDIT. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Trem Carr; director, George Waggner; original
    story and screenplay, Joseph West; music director, Frank Sanucci.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19Sep38; LP8287.

  BLACK BEACH. SEE The Love Flower.

  BLACK BEAUTY. 1921. 7 reels. From the novel by Anna Sewell.

    Credits: Director, David Smith; adapted and edited by Mr. and Mrs.
    George Randolph Chester.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 15Jan21; LP16039.

  BLACK BEAUTY. 1933. 7 reels, sd. From the novel by Anna Sewell.

    Credits: Producer, I. E. Chadwick; director, Phil Rosen; screenplay
    and adaptation, Charles Logue; editor, Carl Pearson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Jul33; LP4250.

  BLACK BEAUTY. SEE Your Obedient Servant.

  THE BLACK BOOK. 1929. 2 reels each. © Pathe Exchange, Inc.

    Credits: Joseph Anthony Roach; directors, Spencer Gordon Bennet,
    Thomas L. Storey.

    1. The Secret of the Vault. © 2Aug29; LP645.

    2. The Death Rail. © 7Aug29; LP646.

    3. A Shot in the Night. © 4Sep29; LP692.

    4. The Danger Sign. © 7Sep29; LP693.

    5. The Flaming Trap. © 10Sep29; LP694.

    6. The Black Dam. © 10Sep29; LP710.

    7. The Fatal Hour. © 14Sep29; LP698.

    8. The Mystery Mill. © 18Sep29; LP711.

    9. The Assassin Strikes. © 4Sep29; LP731.

    10. Out of the Shadows. © 8Sep29; LP732.

  THE BLACK BOX. 1915. 2 reels each. Based on the novel by E. Phillips
    Oppenheim. © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    Credits: Written and produced by Otis Turner.

    1. The Apartment House Case. © 1Mar15; LP4538.

    2. The Hidden Hands. © 4Mar15; LP4602.

    3. The Pocket Wireless. © 16Mar15; LP4735.

    4. An Old Grudge. © 19Mar15; LP4762.

    5. © 29Mar15; LP4866.

    6. © 5Apr15; LP4934.

    7. The House of Mystery. © 12Apr15; LP5001.

    8. The Inherited Sin. © 20Apr15; LP5078.

    9. Lost in London. © 24Apr15; LP5122.

    10. The Ship of Horror. © 28Apr15; LP5161.

    11. A Desert Vengeance. © 10May15; LP5257.

    12. Neath Iron Wheels. © 18May15; LP5327.

    13. Tongues of Flame. © 22May15; LP5372.

    14. A Bolt from the Blue. © 1Jun15; LP5452.

    15. © 8Jun15; LP5493.

  BLACK BUTTERFLIES. Presented by A. Carlos. 1928. 7 reels. From the
    novel by Elizabeth Jordan.

    Credits: Producer, A. Carlos; director, James W. Horne; adaptation
    and continuity, Henry McCarty.

    © Quality Distributing Corp.; 7Jul28; LP25433.

  THE BLACK BUTTERFLY. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Burton L. King, L. Case Russell; story and
    scenario, Mme. Petrova, L. Case Russell.

    © Popular Plays & Players, Inc.; 2Dec16; LP9647.

  BLACK BUTTES. SEE Hopalong Rides Again.

  BLACK CAESAR'S CLAN. SEE Sunken Silver.

  THE BLACK CAMEL. 1931. 6,560 ft.

    Credits: Associate producer, William Sistrom; director, Hamilton
    MacFadden; original story, Earl Derr Biggers; screenplay and
    dialogue, Barry Conners, Philip Klein; adaptation, Hugh Stange;
    editor, Al. DeGaetano.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 27May31; LP2301.

  THE BLACK CAT, 1934. 7 reels. Suggested by the story by Edgar Allan
    Poe.

    Credits: Director, Edgar G. Ulmer; story, Edgar G. Ulmer, Peter
    Ruric; screenplay, Peter Ruric.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4May34; LP4664.

  THE BLACK CIRCLE. Celio Film Co., Rome. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Celio Film Co., author); title, descr. & 74 prints,
    10Sep13; LU1223.

  THE BLACK CIRCLE. © 1919.

    Credits: Scenario, Giles R. Warren.

    © World Film Corp. (Raymond C. Hill, author); title & descr.,
    9Oct19; 257 prints, 4Oct19; LU14272.

  THE BLACK COUNTESS. 1913. 3 reels.

    © Pathé Frères (Cie. Gle. des Etabl. Pathé Frères, author); 22May13;
    LP1258.

  BLACK CYCLONE. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 100
    prints, 4May25; LU21424.

  THE BLACK DESTINY (DAS SCHWARZE LOS). Deutsche Bioscop Gesellschaft,
    Berlin. © 1914.

    © Louis Gerö (Adolf Paul, author); title, descr. & 81 prints,
    25Feb14; LU2211.

  THE BLACK DEVIL. © 1914.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 55
    prints, 30Mar14; LU2407.

  THE BLACK DIAMOND. (Blue Flame Series) 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Edward J. LeSaint.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (J. A. Lacy, author); 1Feb15; LP4360.

  THE BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Mark Canfield; director, Howard Bretherton; screenplay,
    Harvey Gates.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 28May27; LP24013.

  THE BLACK DOLL. 1938. 7 reels. From the novel by William Edward Hayes.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Starr; director, Otis Garrett; screenplay,
    Harold Buckley.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19Jan38; LP7745.

  THE BLACK DUCK. 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 1Mar29; MP5928.

  BLACK EAGLE. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: George D. Parker.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 30Oct15; LP6844.

  BLACK EVIDENCE. Imp. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by John McDermott.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Jan17; LP9946.

  BLACK EYES. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Lee Arthur; director, Will Louis.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Sep15; LP6414.

  BLACK FEAR. Rolfe Photoplays, Inc. 1915. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, John W. Noble.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 24Dec15; LP7278.

  BLACK FRIDAY. Red Feather. 1916. 5 reels. From the book by Frederic S.
    Isham.

    Credits: Producer, Lloyd B. Carleton; adaptation, E. M. Ingleton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Aug16; LP9003.

  BLACK FURY. Presented by First National Productions Corp. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 10 reels, sd. From the story "Jan Volkanik" by
    Judge M. A. Musmanno and the play "Bohunk" by Harry R. Irving.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtez; screenplay, Abem Finkel, Carl
    Erickson.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 24Apr35; LP5494.

  THE BLACK GANG. SEE The Return of Bulldog Drummond.

  THE BLACK GATE. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marston; story, Hilliard Booth;
    scenario, Lucien Hubbard.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 3Oct19; LP14266.

  THE BLACK GHOST BANDIT. © 1915. 35 mm.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Max Goldberg, author); title & descr.,
    14Jan15; 98 prints, 15Jan15; LU4197.

  BLACK GOLD. © 1924.

    © Productions, Inc. (Forrest Sheldon, author); title, descr. & 314
    prints, 15May24; LU20208.

  BLACK GOLD-BRICKS. (Bull's Eye Comedy) 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Richard Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Feb25; LP21165.

  THE BLACK HAND; or, CONDEMNED TO DEATH. © 1913.

    © Feature Film Sales Co., Ltd. (Vitascope Co., author); title,
    descr. & 77 prints, 10Jul13; LU920.

  THE BLACK HAND. Rolma Films, Inc. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: T. J. Carrigan; director, William Quirk; scenario, June
    Mathis.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 19May17; LP10800.

  BLACK HAND BLUES. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 35
    prints, 13Feb25; LU21141.

  A BLACKHAND ELOPEMENT. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Frank F. Greene, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 22Jan13; LU315.

  THE BLACK HORSE BANDIT. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Harvey; scenario, George Hively.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Mar19; LP13462.

  BLACK IS WHITE. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Giblyn; story, George Barr McCutcheon;
    adaptation, E. Magnus Ingleton.

    © Thomas H. Ince; 31Dec19; LP14693.

  BLACKJACK. 1927. 5 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Orville Dull; story, Johnston McCulley; scenario,
    Harold Shumate.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 18Sep27; LP24432.

  BLACK LEGION. 1936. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Archie L. Mayo; story, Robert Lord; screenplay,
    Abem Finkel, William Wister Haines.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. & The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec36;
    LP6843.

  THE BLACK LEOPARD. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, L. W. Chaudet; scenario, Wallace C. Clifton.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 24Jul15; LP5977.

  BLACK LIGHTNING. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, James P. Hogan; story, Frank F. Davis;
    adaptation, Dorothy Howell.

    © Lumas Film Corp.; 7Oct24; LP20668.

  BLACK MAGIC. Victor. 1917. 3/4 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Mar17; LP10335.

  BLACK MAGIC. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 29Oct24; MU2746.

  BLACK MAGIC. 1929. 7 reels.

    Credits: Produced and directed by George Seitz; story, Walter Archer
    Frost, Paul Dickey; adaptation and scenario, Beulah Marie Dix.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 5Jul29; LP513.

  THE BLACK MANTILLA. Gold Seal. 1917. 3 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Ruth Ann Baldwin.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Jun17; LP10883.

  BLACK MARRIAGE. SEE Her Man o' War.

  BLACK MOON. 1934. 7 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Everett Riskin; director, Roy Williams
    Neill; story, Clements Ripley; screenplay, Wells Root.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Jun34; LP4784.

  BLACK NARCISSUS. 1929. 2 reels, sd. From "Wildcat" stories by Hugh
    Wiley.

    Credits: Producer, Monte Brice; director, Paul Powell; adaptation,
    Sidney Lazarus.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 17Aug29; LP617.

  THE BLACK NETWORK. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story, A. Dorian Otvos.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5May36; LP6336.

  THE BLACK NINE. Special Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Billy Mason.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Jan17; LP9968.

  THE BLACK ORCHID. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, T. N. Heffron.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Mrs. Owen Bronson, author); 29Jan16; LP7556.

  BLACK ORCHIDS. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Rex Ingram.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 22Dec16; LP9799.

  BLACK OXEN. Presented by Frank Lloyd Productions, Inc. 1923. 8 reels.
    Based on the novel by Gertrude Atherton.

    Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd.

    © Associated First National Pictures, Inc.; 12Dec23; LP19700.

  BLACK OXFORDS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 28May24; LU20248.

  THE BLACK PANTHER'S CUB. © 1921.

    Credits: Story, Ethel Donoher; adaptation, Philip Bartholomae.

    © Ziegfeld Cinema Corp. (Ethel Donoher, author); title, descr. & 613
    prints, 7Mar21; LU16407.

  BLACK PARADISE. 1926. 5 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, R. William Neill; story and scenario, L. G.
    Rigby.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 29May26; LP22808.

  BLACK PAWL. SEE Godless Men.

  THE BLACK PEARL. Imp. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Stuart Paton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 11Mar15; LP4680.

  THE BLACK PIERROT; or, THE MILLIONAIRE'S TRUST. © 1913.

    © Feature Film Sales Co., Ltd. (Continental Kunst, author); title,
    descr. & 15 prints, 12May13; LU725.

  THE BLACK PIRATE. 1926. 11 reels. From the story by Elton Thomas
    [pseud.]

    Credits: Adaptation, Jack Cunningham.

    © The Elton Corp.; 20Mar26; LP22505.

  THE BLACK RIDER. SEE The Cavalier.

  THE BLACK ROOM. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy William Neill; story, Arthur Strawn;
    screenplay, Henry Myers, Arthur Strawn; film editor, Richard Cahoon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jul35; LP5689.

  BLACK ROSES. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Scenario and photoplay, E. Richard Schayer.

    © Robertson-Cole Co. (E. Richard Schayer, author); 22May21; LP16700.

  BLACK SCOURGE. The Jam Handy Organization. © 1939. 1 reel, b&w, 35 mm.

    © Bayer-Semesan Co., Inc. (Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc., author);
    title & descr., 2Dec39; 121 prints, 7Dec39; MU9791.

  THE BLACK SECRET. George B. Seitz, Inc. © 1919. Adapted from the novel
    "In Secret" by Robert W. Chambers. © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Robert W.
    Chambers, author).

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; scenario, Bertram Milhauser.

    1. The Great Secret. © title, descr. & 60 prints, 23Aug19; LU14095.

    2. Marked for Death. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Aug19; LU14096.

    3. The Gas Chamber. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Aug19; LU14097.

    4. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Aug19; LU14098.

    5. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Aug19; LU14099.

    6. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Aug19; LU14100.

    7. The Betrayal. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 22Jul19; LU13978.

    8. A Crippled Hand. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 15Jul19; LU13946.

    9. Woes of Deceit. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 15Jul19; LU13947.

    10. The Inn of Dread. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 15Jul19; LU13948.

    11. The Death Studio. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 22Jul19; LU13979.

    12. The Chance Trail. © title, descr. & 38 prints, 22Jul19; LU13980.

    13. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 4Aug19; LU14027.

    14. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 23Aug19; LU14101.

    15. © title, descr. & 39 prints, 23Aug19; LU14102.

  BLACK SHADOWS. 1920. 5 Reels.

    Credits: Director, Howard M. Mitchell; story, Natalie S. Lincoln;
    scenario, J. Anthony Roach.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 7Mar20; LP14856.

  BLACK SHADOWS. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Edward G. Salisbury, author); title, descr.
    & 86 prints, 12May23; MU2276.

  BLACK SHEEP. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 27Apr15; LP5151.

  A BLACK SHEEP. 1915. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, T. N. Heffron.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Charles Hoyt, author); 27Sep15; LP6502.

  THE BLACK SHEEP. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 9Jan24; MU2410.

  THE BLACK SHEEP. (A Scrappy Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Dick Heumor; producer, Charles Mintz; animation, Sid
    Marcus, Art Davis; musical score, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 26Sep32; MP3563.

  THE BLACK SHEEP. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational. Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1934. 514 ft., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; scored and conducted by Philip A.
    Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 5Oct34; MP5035.

  BLACK SHEEP. 1935. 6,850 ft., sd.

    Credits: Story and direction, Allan Dwan; screenplay, Allen Rivkin;
    music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 14Jun35; LP5616.

  BLACK SHEEP. SEE Guilty.

  THE BLACK SHEEP OF THE FAMILY. Red Feather. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Frank M. Wiltermood, Jay Hunt; director, Jay Hunt.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Oct16; LP9232.

  BLACK SHEEP'S WOOL. © 1912.

    © Republic Film Co. (Pierce Kingsley, author); title, descr. & 53
    prints, 12Sep12; LU1.

  THE BLACK SHIP. Scandinavian Film Co., Germany. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Scandinavian Film Co., author); title, descr. &
    43 prints, 2Jun14; LU2786.

  THE BLACK SNAKE. © 1913. 4 reels.

    © Apex Film Co. (Luna Film Co., author); title, descr. & 51 prints,
    25Sep13; LU1309.

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

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Terry, Moser & Coffman; 1Nov31; LP2652.

  THE BLACK SPOT. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co., Ltd., author); title, descr. &
    49 prints, 7Jul14; LU2977.

  BLACK-STEMMED CHERRIES. SEE Storm at Daybreak.

  THE BLACK STORK. Worton, Inc. © 1917.

    © Black Stork Co. (Jack Lait, author); title & descr., 8Dec16; 374
    prints, 12Jan17; LU9978.

  THE BLACK THIRTEEN. © 1913.

    © Apex Film Co. (Vitascope Co., author); title, descr. & 62 prints,
    29Oct13; LU1472.

  THE BLACK THREAD. Societa Italiana Cines, Italy. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 72
    prints, 10May13; LU719.

  THE BLACK TRIANGLE. © 1914.

    © Continental Film; title, descr. & 216 prints, 2Apr14; LU2429.

  THE BLACK VEILS. © 1912.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 84
    prints, 12Dec12; LU166.

  THE BLACK WALLET. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Paul Bryan, author); 11Feb15;
    LP4445.

  THE BLACK WATCH. 1929. 10 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Ford; story, Talbot Mundy; scenario, John
    Stone.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 31May29; LP424.

  BLACK WATERS. 1930. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: John Willard; director, Marshall Neilan.

    © Sono Art World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 22Dec30; LP1828.

  THE BLACK WIDOW. (William J. Burns Detective Mysteries) 1931. 11 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Story, adaptation and dialogue, Russell Matson.

    © George Clifford Reid; 15Feb31; LP2335.

  THE BLACK WOLF. 1917. 5 reels. From the story by Jean Barrymore.

    Credits: Margaret Turnbull; producer, Frank Reicher.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.; 29Jan17; LP10082.

  THE BLACK BIRD. 1926. 7 reels.

    Credits: Direction and story, Tod Browning; scenario, Waldemar
    Young; film editor, Errol Taggart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; 29Jan26; LP22381.

  BLACKBIRDS. © 1915.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Harry James Smith &
    Margaret Turnbull, authors); title, descr. & 15 prints, 23Sep15;
    LU6443.

  BLACKBIRDS. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Harry James Smith; director, Jack Dillon; scenario, Clara
    Beranger.

    © Realart Pictures Corp.; 25Oct20; LP15726.

  BLACKBOARD & BLACKMAIL. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; director, Vin Moore.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 23Jul17; LP11121.

  BLACKENED HILLS. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 66 prints, 16Jan13; LU227.

  THE BLACKFEET INDIANS IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; 20Jan17; MP871.

  BLACKIE'S REDEMPTION. 1919. 5 reels. From the Red Book Magazine
    stories "Boston Blackie's Mary" and "Fred the Count" by Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Producer, Maxwell Karger; director, John Ince; scenario,
    Finis Fox.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 21Apr19; LP13629.

  A BLACKJACK BARGAINER. SEE A Splendid Scapegrace.

  THE BLACKLIST. © 1916.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Marion Fairfax & William C.
    De Mille, authors); title, descr. & 16 prints, 17Feb16; LU7650.

  BLACKMAIL. Metro-Drew. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Epes Winthrop Sargent; producer, Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 31Jan17; LP10102.

  BLACKMAIL. 1920. 6 reels. From the Saturday Evening Post story by
    Lucia Chamberlain.

    Credits: Director, Dallas M. Fitzgerald; scenario, Albert Shelby
    LeVino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 11Oct20; LP15664.

  BLACKMAIL. 1930. 8 reels, sd. From the play by Charles Bennett.

    Credits: Directed and adapted by Alfred Hitchcock.

    © Sono Art World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 21Dec30; LP1841.

  BLACKMAIL. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; director, H. C. Potter;
    story, Endre Bohem, Dorothy Yost; screenplay, David Hertz, William
    Ludwig; film editor, Howard O'Neill; music score, Edward Ward, David
    Snell.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Sep39; LP9099.

  BLACKMAIL IN A HOSPITAL. 1915. 1 reel.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 8Dec15; LP7175.

  BLACKMAILED. © 1917.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 45 prints, 2Jan17;
    LU9888.

  THE BLACKMAILER. Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Rupert Julian; story, R. Sabatini; scenario,
    Calder Johnstone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Mar16; LP7873.

  THE BLACKMAILER. 1936. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Wiles; screenplay, Joseph Krumgold, Lee
    Loeb, Harold Buchman; film editor, Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corporation of Calif., Ltd.; 29Jun36; LP6444.

  BLACK'S MYSTERIOUS BOX and HICKS IN NIGHTMARELAND. (Animated Grouch
    Chaser) 1915. 600 ft.

    Credits: Raoul Barre.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Dec15; LP7181.

  THE BLACKSMITH. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. 1922. 2 reels, wash
    amber.

    Credits: Written and directed by Buster Keaton and Mae St. Clair.

    © Comique Film Co., Inc.; 21Jul22; LP18143.

  BLACKSMITH BEN. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 14Nov14; LP3752.

  THE BLACKSMITHS OFFER: A. ANVIL CHORUS [and others]. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Brian Foy.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 13Sep27; MP4300.

  BLACKWELL'S ISLAND. First National. 1939. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William McGann; original story, Crane Wilbur, Lee
    Katz; screenplay, Crane Wilbur.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Mar39; LP8734.

  BLADE O' GRASS. 1915. 3,000 ft.

    Credits: William Addison Lathrop; director, Burton George.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 3Dec15; LP8088.

  THE BLADE OF FAME. 1937. For J. I. Case Co. Filmstrip.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 10Feb37; MP7201.

  BLAKE OF SCOTLAND YARD. 1927. 2 reels each. © Universal Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Written and directed by Robert F. Hill; adaptation, William
    Lord Wright.

    1. The Castle of Fear. © 30Jun27; LP24139.

    2. The Spider's Web. © 7Jul27; LP24167.

    3. The Vanishing Heiress. © 12Jul27; LP24176.

    4. The Room without a Door. © 30Jul27; LP24263.

    5. Shots in the Dark. © 5Aug27; LP24271.

    6. Ambushed. © 11Aug27; LP24300.

    7. The Secret of the Cabin. © 18Aug27; LP24323.

    8. Into the Web. © 30Aug27; LP24352.

    9. The Baited Trap. © 30Aug27; LP24353.

    10. The Lady in White. 10Sep27; LP24423.

    11. The Closing Web. © 15Sep27; LP24424.

    12. The Final Reckoning. © 21Sep27; LP24445.

  BLAME THE TAILOR. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co. (Fred Johnston, author); title, descr. & 19 prints,
    16Mar14; LU2322.

  BLAME THE WIFE. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Eleanor Hicks, author); title, descr. & 215 prints,
    24Apr13; LU641.

  BLAMED FOR A BLONDE. (Radio Flash, no. 1) 1939. 16 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Lou Brock; story, Stanley
    Rauh, Lou Brock; film editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Oct39; LP9281.

  BLAMING THE DUCK; or, DUCKING THE BLAME. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Earl Metcalfe.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Mark Swan, author); 19Nov15; LP7000.

  BLANCHE SWEET IN ALWAYS FAITHFUL. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 31Dec29; MP1015.

  BLANCHETTE; or, OVERWHELMED BY THE WORLD. © 1912.

    © Société Française des Film & Cinématographes Éclair; title, descr.
    & 48 prints, 17Oct12; LU44.

  THE BLANK PAGE. Imp. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ruth Ann Baldwin; producer, Lucius Henderson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Apr15; LP5120.

  BLANKETING THE FIELD. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 7Nov30; MP2064.

  BLARNEY. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Marcel De Sano; story, Donn Byrne; scenario,
    Marcel De Sano, Albert Lewin; titles, Joe Farnham; film editor,
    Lloyd Nosler.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 23Sep26; LP23165.

  THE BLASPHEMER. 1921. 7 reels.

    Credits: Story, scenario and direction, O. E. Goebel.

    © Catholic Art Association, Inc.; 15Oct21; LP17188.

  A BLASTED EVENT. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Al Goulding; story, Leslie
    Goodwins, Norman Markwell; film editor, Edward Mann.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Aug34; LP4909.

  BLASTED HOPES. (Edmund Cobb, no. 5) 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Rosson; story, Daniel F. Whitcomb.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 20Jan24; LP19849.

  BLAU WEISSE STEINE. SEE Blue White Stones.

  DIE BLAUE KÜSTE. SEE Monte Carlo.

  BLAZE AWAY. © 1922. 1 reel.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 1Dec22; LU18448.

  BLAZE DERRINGER. SEE American Pluck.

  BLAZE O' GLORY. SEE Sombras de Gloria.

  A BLAZE OF GLORY. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry and Mannie Davis.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 28Jan28; MP4694.

  BLAZING AWAY. (Hamilton Comedies) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 22Mar28; LP25137.

  BLAZING BARRIERS. 1937. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ken Goldsmith; director, Aubrey Scotto;
    original story and screenplay, Edwin C. Parsons; film editor,
    Russell Schoengarth.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 14Jul37; LP7306.

  BLAZING BARRIERS. SEE Jacqueline.

  BLAZING DAYS. (Blue Streak Western) 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Wyler; story, Florence Ryerson.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Feb27; LP23624.

  BLAZING LOVE. 1916. 6 reels.

    Credits: Mary Murillo; producer, Keenan Buel.

    © William Fox (Keenan Buel, author); 30Apr16; LP8190.

  THE BLAZING SECRET. Imp. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Apr17; LP10519.

  BLAZING SIXES. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith; original story, Anthony Coldeway;
    screenplay, John T. Neville; music and lyrics, M. K. Jerome, Jack
    Scholl.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Apr37; LP7145.

  BLAZING THE WAY. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by George H. Webster.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Aug20; LP15488.

  THE BLAZING TRAIL. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Thornby; story, Izola Forrester, Mann
    Page; scenario, Lucien Hubbard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Apr21; LP16411.

  BLEACH AND OTHER MASKS. © 1925.

    © Marinello Co. (Emily Lloyd, author); title, descr. & 2 prints,
    5Feb25; MU2891.

  THE BLEEDERS. SEE The Beauty Market.

  BLEEDING HEARTS. © 1925.

    Credits: Written, directed and produced by N. S. Minolfi.

    © Nino S. Minolfi; title & descr., 7Jan25; 27 prints, 27Feb25;
    LU21183.

  BLESS THE LADIES. (Slim Summerville Comedy) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry J. Edwards; story, Francis J. Martin,
    Sidney Levee.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Nov31; LP2638.

  BLESS YOU SISTER. SEE The Miracle Woman.

  BLESSED EVENT. Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1932. 9 reels. Based on the play by Manuel Seff and
    Forrest Wilson.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay, Howard Green.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Sep32; LP3234.

  THE BLESSED MIRACLE. 1915. 3,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Harry Chandlee, author); 16Mar15; LP4744.

  THE BLIMP MYSTERY. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Sig Neufeld; story, Harry Fraser.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 17Jul30; LP1443.

  THE BLIND ADVENTURE. 1917. 5 reels. From the story "The Agony Column"
    by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Wesley H. Ruggles; adaptation, George H.
    Plympton.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 31Dec17; LP11904.

  BLIND ADVENTURE. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Ruth Rose; associate producer, David Lewis; director,
    Ernest B. Schoedsack; editor, Ted Cheesman; music director, Max
    Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Aug33; LP4080.

  BLIND ALIBI. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Cliff Reid; director, Lew Landers; original
    story, William Joyce Cowan; screenplay, Lionel Houser, Harry Segall,
    Ron Ferguson; editor Ted Cheesman.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 8Jun38; LP8082.

  BLIND ALLEY. 1939. 8 reels, sd. From a play by James Warwick.

    Credits: Director, Charles Vidor; screenplay, Philip MacDonald,
    Michael Blankfort, Albert Duffy; film editor, Otto Meyer; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 2May39; LP8817.

  BLIND ALLEYS. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
    1927. 5,597 ft.

    Credits: Producer and director, Frank Tuttle; story, Owen Davis;
    screenplay, Emmet Crozier.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Mar27; LP23760.

  A BLIND BARGAIN. 1922. 5 reels. Adapted from the story "The Octave of
    Claudius" by Barry Pain.

    Credits: Director, J. B. Hawkes; scenario, J. G. Hawks.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 21Nov22; LP18423.

  BLIND CHANCE. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Kull; story, Hugh J. Mee; scenario, Philip
    Hubbard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Jan20; LP14667.

  BLIND DATE. 1934. 8 reels, sd. Based on the novel by Vida Hurst.

    Credits: Director, Roy William Neill; screenplay, Ethel Hill; film
    editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Aug34; LP4879.

  BLIND FATE. © 1914.

    © Albert Blinkhorn (Hepworth Mfg. Co., author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 12Jan14; LU1943.

  BLIND FATE. © 1915.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 81 prints, 29Nov15;
    LU7074.

  THE BLIND FIDDLER. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: George MacMullan; director, Richard R. Ridgely.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 22Aug14; LP3258.

  THE BLIND FIDDLER. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Aug17; LP11336.

  BLIND FURY. Laemmle. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Leon D. Kent; scenario, G. E. Jenks, Leon D.
    Kent.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Dec15; LP7328.

  THE BLIND GODDESS. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1926. 8 reels. From the novel by Arthur Train.

    Credits: Producer and director, Victor Fleming; screenplay, Hope
    Loring, Louis Duryea Lighton.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Apr26; LP22599.

  BLIND HEARTS. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Emilie Johnson; director, Rowland V. Lee; scenario, Joseph
    Franklin Poland.

    ** © Hobart Bosworth Productions, Inc.; 27Dec21; LP17388.

  BLIND HUSBANDS. 1919. 8 reels. From the story "The Pinnacle" by Erich
    Von Stroheim.

    Credits: Adaptation, scenario, and direction, Erich Stroheim;
    editors, Frank Laurence, Eleanor Fried.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Oct19; LP14317.

  BLIND JUSTICE. 1915. 3 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 1Dec15; LP7106.

  BLIND JUSTICE. SEE The Last Hour.

  BLIND LOVE. © 1912.

    Credits: Screenplay, M. B. Havey.

    © Biograph Co. (M. B. Havey, author); title, descr. & 127 prints,
    16Oct12; LU39.

  BLIND MAN'S BLUFF. Imp. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Harry Solter; producer, Matt Moore.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Jun16; LP8561.

  BLIND MAN'S BLUFF. (Western Featurette) (North West Mounted Police
    Series) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story and continuity, Henry
    Gooden.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Oct27; LP24599.

  THE BLIND MAN'S EYES. 1919. 5 reels. From the novel by William McHarg
    and Edwin Balmer.

    Credits: Director-General, Maxwell Karger; director, John Ince;
    scenario, June Mathis.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 19Mar19; LP13514.

  BLIND MAN'S HOLIDAY. 1917. 4 reels. From a story by O. Henry [pseud.
    of William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, Martin Justice; adaptation, Katharine Reed.

    © Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.; 17Sep17; LP11429.

  BLIND MAN'S LUCK. © 1917.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Astra Film Corp., author); title, descr. &
    128 prints, 7Jun17; LU10906.

  BLIND MICE. SEE Working Girls.

  A BLIND PIG. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, James Davis.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 4Jun18; LP12495.

  BLIND PREJUDICE. © 1921. Adapted from the Biblical story "The Book of
    Esther."

    Credits: Director-General, Louis M. Allalre; assembled, edited and
    adapted by David G. Fischer.

    © Regal Corporation of America, Inc. (David G. Fischer, author);
    title, descr. & 230 prints, 10Nov21; LU17292.

  THE BLIND SCULPTOR. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 32 prints, 14Nov13; LU1586.

  BLIND TRAILS. SEE The Wild Horse Stampede.

  BLIND WIVES. 1920. 9 reels. From the play "My Lady's Dress" by Edward
    Knoblock.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Charles J. Brabin.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 19Dec20; LP16062.

  BLIND YOUTH. 1920. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sloman; story, Lou Tellegen, Willard Mack;
    adaptation, Katharine Reed.

    © National Picture Theatres, Inc.; 31Mar20; LP14978.

  BLINDFOLD. 1928. 6 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Charles Klein; story, Charles Francis Coe;
    screenplay, Ewart Adamson, Robert Horwood.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 26Nov28; LP25860.

  BLINDFOLDED. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Edward T. Lowe, Jr.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 19Apr15; LP5070.

  THE BLINDING TRAIL. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Paul Powell; story, Stuart Paton,
    John Clymer.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Apr19; LP13627.

  BLINDNESS. SEE Eyes of the Heart.

  THE BLINDNESS OF DEVOTION. 1915. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by J. Gordon Edwards.

    © William Fox (J. Gordon Edwards, author); 7Nov15; LP6885.

  THE BLINDNESS OF DIVORCE. 1918. 6 reels.

    Credits: Directed and written by Frank Lloyd.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 14Apr18; LP12338.

  THE BLINDNESS OF INNOCENCE. © 1914.

    © Beacon Film Co., Inc. (Arthur Bernede, author); title, descr. & 5
    prints, 26Feb14; LU2224.

  THE BLINDNESS OF LOVE. Rolfe Photoplays, Inc. 1916. 5 reels.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 9Mar16; LP7791.

  THE BLINDNESS OF VIRTUE. 1915. 6 reels.

    Credits: Cosmo Hamilton.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 29Jun15; LP5700.

  BLINKY. 1923. 6 reels. Adapted from the story by Gene Markey.

    Credits: Direction and scenario, Edward Sedgwick.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Jul23; LP19261.

  BLINKY. SEE Range Courage.

  BLISS. © 1917.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 24
    prints, 8Oct17; LU11522.

  THE BLISS OF IGNORANCE, © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères (Balboa Feature Film Co., author); title, descr. &
    125 prints, 26Mar15; LU4833.

  THE BLISS OF IGNORANCE. SEE Don't Let Mother Know.

  A BLISSFUL CALAMITY. Victor. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: James Douglas; director, T. N. Heffron.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Jun17; LP10876.

  THE BLIZZARD. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Jess Robbins.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 14Feb21; LP16148.

  THE BLIZZARD. A. B. Svensk Filmindustri, Stockholm. 1923. 7 reels.
    From the novel by Selma Lagerlof.

    Credits: Director, Mauritz Stiller.

    © William Fox; 20Dec23; LP19814.

  THE BLOCK SIGNAL. Gotham. Presented by Sam Sax. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Renaud Hoffman; written and directed by Frank
    O'Connor; story, F. O. Crawford; continuity, Edward J. Meagher.

    © Lumas Film Corp.; 28Sep26; LP23154.

  BLOCKADE. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; story, Louis Sareck; screenplay,
    Harvey Thew; adaptation, John Stuart Twist; film editor, Archie
    Marshek.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 16Dec28; LP24.

  BLOCKADE. Released through United Artists. 1938. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Dieterle; screenplay, John Howard Lawson;
    film editors, Otho Lovering, Dorothy Spencer; music, Werner Janssen;
    music director, Boris Morros.

    © Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.; 7Jun38; LP8068.

  BLOCK HEADS. (Hal Roach Feature Comedy) 1938. 6 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Associate producer, Hal Roach; director, John G. Blystone;
    original story and screenplay, Charles Rogers, Felix Adler, James
    Parrott, Harry Langdon, Arnold Belgard; film editor, Bert Jordan;
    music director, Marvin Hatley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Aug38; LP8463.

  BLOCKS AND TACKLES. (A Sports Champion Picture) 1932. 904 ft.

    Credits: Director, Ray McCarey; explanatory remarks by Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 14Nov32; MP3628.

  BLOND CHEAT. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, William Sistrom; director, Joseph Santley;
    original story, Aladar Lazlo; screenplay, Charles Kaufman, Paul
    Yawitz, Viola Brothers Shore, Harry Segall; editor, Jack Hively;
    music director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Jun38; LP8196.

  BLONDE BABY. SEE Three Wise Girls.

  THE BLONDE BOMBER. (Broadway Brevity) 1936. 20 min., sd. Based on
    characters created by Ham Fisher.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Jack Henley, A. Dorian
    Otvos, Eddie Forman.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Dec36; LP6791.

  THE BLONDE CAPTIVE. 1931. 6 reels.

    Credits: Narration, Lowell Thomas.

    © Herman Gluckman (Lowell Thomas, author); 4Nov31; MP3177.

  BLONDE CRAZY. 1931. 75 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; story, Kubec Glasmon, John Bright.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Nov31; LP2632.

  A BLONDE FOR A NIGHT. De Mille Studio Production. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, F. McGrew Willis; director, E. Mason Hopper;
    story, Wilson Collison; screenplay, F. McGrew Willis, Rex Taylor;
    film editor, James Morley.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 20Feb28; LP24993.

  THE BLONDE LADY. SEE La Dame Blonde.

  BLONDE OR BRUNETTE. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1927. 6 reels. From the play "An Angel Passes" by Jacques
    Bousquet and Henri Falk.

    Credits: Director, Richard Rosson; adaptation and screenplay, John
    McDermott.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 21Jan27; LP23581.

  BLONDE PRESSURE. (A Bed-Time Story for Grown-ups) 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Eddie Buzzell; story, Claude Binyon; film editor,
    William Lyon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Oct31; LP2611.

  THE BLONDE SAINT. Presented by Samuel E. Rock. 1926. 7 reels. From the
    novel "The Isle of Life" by Stephen French Whitman.

    Credits: Production and adaptation, Marion Fairfax; director, Svend
    Gade.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 14Nov26; LP23339.

  BLONDE TROUBLE. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 7 reels, sd. From the
    play "June Moon" by Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman.

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud; screenplay, Lillie Hayward;
    film editor, Arthur Schmidt.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 6Aug37; LP7342.

  THE BLONDE VAMPIRE. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Wray Physioc.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 25Mar22; LP18417.

  BLONDE VENUS. 1932. 10 reels.

    Credits: S. K. Lauren, Jules Furthman; producer and director, Josef
    von Sternberg.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 23Sep32; LP3274.

  BLONDES AT WORK. 1937. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank McDonald; original screenplay, Albert
    DeMond.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Dec37; LP8006.

  BLONDES BEWARE. (Tuxedo Comedies) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog; producer, Jack
    White.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 25Jun28; LP25411.

  BLONDES BY CHOICE. Presented by Sam Sax. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Samuel Bischoff; director, Hampton Del Ruth;
    story and continuity, Josephine Quirk; editor, Edith Wakeling.

    © Lumas Film Corp.; 31Oct27; LP24604.

  BLONDES BY PROXY. 1932. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; director, Edgar Kennedy; story,
    Ewart Adamson; film editor, Walter Thompson.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 6Apr32; LP2959.

  BLONDES PREFER BONDS. (Louise Fazenda Series, no. 6) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lewis R. Foster; story and dialogue, Lewis R.
    Foster, E. V. Durling.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 16May31; LP2315.

  A BLONDE'S REVENGE. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 13Dec26; LU23423.

  BLONDIE. 1938. 8 reels, sd. Based on the comic strip by Chic Young.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; screenplay, Richard Flournoy;
    film editor, Gene Havlick; music director, M. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 7Nov38; LP8405.

  BLONDIE BRINGS UP BABY. 1939. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; story, Robert Chapin, Karen
    DeWolf, Richard Flournoy; screenplay, Gladys Lehman, Richard
    Flournoy; film editor. Otto Meyer; music director, M. W. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Nov39; LP9231.

  BLONDIE JOHNSON. Presented by First National Pictures, Inc. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1933. 67 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray Enright; dialogue director, Stanley Logan;
    story and screenplay, Earl Baldwin; film editor, George Marks.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 13Feb33; LP3644.

  BLONDIE MEETS THE BOSS. 1939. 8 reels, sd. Based on the comic strip
    created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; story, Kay Van Riper, Richard
    Flournoy; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 27Feb39; LP8673.

  BLONDIE OF THE FOLLIES. 1932. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Marion Davies; director, Edmund Goulding; story,
    Frances Marion; dialogue, Anita Loos; film editor, George Hively.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 21Sep32; LP3257.

  BLONDIE TAKES A VACATION. 1939. 7 reels, sd. Based on the comic strip
    created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; story, Karen De Wolf, Robert
    Chapin, Richard Flournoy; screenplay, Richard Flournoy; film editor,
    Viola Lawrence; music director, M. W. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Jul39; LP8987.

  THE BLOOD. (Eastman Classroom Films. Health Series—Physiology) 1929.
    Made in Cooperation with the Dept. of Biology and Public Health,
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 17Jun29;
    MP647.

  BLOOD AND SAND. 1922. 8 reels. From the novel by Vincent Blasco Ibanez
    and the play by Tom Cushing.

    Credits: Director, Fred Niblo; adaptation, June Mathis.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 15Aug22; LP18230.

  BLOOD AND STEEL. Presented by Jesse J. Goldburg. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, J. P. McGowan; supervision, Jesse J.
    Goldburg; story, George Plympton; editor, Betty Davis.

    © Independent Pictures Corp.; 29May25; LP21513.

  BLOOD AND THUNDER. Presented by Hal Roach. 1930. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, George Stevens; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 28Nov30; LP1764.

  THE BLOOD BARRIER. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Stanley Olmsted, author); title, descr. &
    120 prints, 11Mar20; LU14847.

  THE BLOOD BOND. © 1925.

    © Productions, Inc. (Ford Beebe, author); title, descr. & 256
    prints, 23Jul25; LU21667.

  BLOOD HERITAGE. Imp. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: William H. Lippert; producer, Brinsley Shaw.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Nov15; LP6957.

  BLOOD MONEY. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Harry Carey; director, Fred A. Kelsey.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Dec16; LP9795.

  BLOOD MONEY. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck and Darryl F. Zanuck.
    Released by United Artists. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Rowland Brown; continuity, Hal
    Long; film editor, Lloyd Nosler; musical director, Alfred Newman.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 17Nov33; LP4308.

  THE BLOOD OF HIS BROTHER. Bison. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Scenario and production by Henry McRae.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Apr15; LP5164.

  THE BLOOD OF THE CHILDREN. Gold Seal. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Henry McRae; scenario, Bess Meredyth.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Mar15; LP4620.

  THE BLOOD OF THE TREVORS. SEE Heredity.

  THE BLOOD OF THE VIKINGS. © 1917.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 72 prints, 2Jan17;
    LU9880.

  THE BLOOD RUBY. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Costello & Gaillard.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. A. Tremayne, author); 4Sep14;
    LP3327.

  THE BLOOD SEEDLING. 1915. 3 reels. From the story by John Hay.

    Credits: Director, Thomas Santschi.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 11Sep15; LP8405.

  THE BLOOD SHIP. 1927. 8 reels.

    Credits: Story, Norman Springer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Jul27; LP24173.

  THE BLOOD-STAINED HAND. Special Laemmle. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jan17; LP9982.

  BLOOD WILL TELL. © 1913.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. (J. R. Clements, author); title, descr. &
    156 prints, 11Apr13; LU585.

  BLOOD WILL TELL. Rolin Films, Inc. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, William Quirk; story, A. T. Stillman.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 10Jul17; LP11070.

  BLOOD WILL TELL. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (James A. McGill, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 11Nov26; LU23323.

  BLOOD WILL TELL. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ray Flynn; story, Adele Buffington; scenario,
    Paul Gangelin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 7Nov27; LP24642.

  THE BLOOD YOKE. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, E. J. Le Saint; story, Catherine Henry.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Catherine Henry, author); 19May15; LP5391.

  THE BLOODHOUND. Presented by Jesse Goldberg. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Craft; story, H. H. Van Loan; continuity,
    Adele S. Buffington.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 12Jul25; LP21651.

  BLOODHOUNDS OF THE NORTH. Big U. 1917. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.;5Jan17; LP9914.

  THE BLOOMING ANGEL. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Victor Schertzinger; story, Wallace Irwin.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 31Dec19; LP14663.

  BLOSSOM SEELEY AND BENNIE FIELDS WITH THE MUSIC BOXES, CHAS. BOURNE
    AND PHIL ELLIS OFFERING: A. ALL THE STARS ARE SHINING [and others].
    1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 11Jul27; MP4156.

  BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, B. P. Schulberg; director, Richard Wallace;
    screenplay, Theodore Reeves; music director, Boris Marros.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 19Nov37; LP7608.

  THE BLOT. 1921. 7 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Lois Weber.

    © Lois Weber; 25Aug21; LP16892.

  BLOTTO. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1930. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, James Parrott; story, Leo McCarey; film editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 13Feb30; LP1089.

  BLOW BY BLOW. Presented by Hal Roach. 1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervising director, Leo McCarey; director, James Parrott;
    titles, H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 31Mar28; LP25291.

  BLOW 'EM UP. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 26Jan22; LU17501.

  BLOW FOR BLOW. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 5Oct15; LP6556.

  BLOW ME DOWN. (Popeye) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky,
    William Sturm.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 25Oct33; MP4354.

  THE BLOW-OUT. Century. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Edward I. Luddy.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Jul24; LP20374.

  THE BLOW-OUT. (Looney Tunes) 1936. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Charles Jones and
    Sidney Sutherland; music, Bernard Brown.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Apr36; MP6393.

  A BLOWOUT AT SANTA BANANA. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Grant Wallace, author); title, descr. & 75
    prints, 12Feb14; LU2136.

  BLOWOUTS TAKE NO HOLIDAY. Presented by Goodrich. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Alexander Film Co. (Elmer Olson, author); 18May38; MP8470.

  BLOW YOUR OWN HORN. Released by Film Booking Offices of America. 1923.
    6 reels. From the play by Owen Davis.

    Credits: Director, James Wesley Horne; adaptation, Joseph Dubray.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 3Oct23; LP19466.

  BLOWING-UP OF GAMBOA DYKE. © 1914.

    © Eugen H. Hagy; title, & descr., 3Apr14; 2 prints, 6Dec13; MU151.

  BLOWN INTO CUSTODY. 1915. Split reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 27Feb15; LP4564.

  BLOWN UPON. © 1915.

    © Mica Film Corp. (William Rising, author); title, descr. & 84
    prints, 4Jan15; LU4091.

  BLOWS AND DYNAMITE. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Ray.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 8Sep24; LP20555.

  THE BLUDGEON. © 1915. Based on the play by Paul Armstrong.

    © Equitable Motion Picture Corp. (Paul Armstrong, author); title &
    360 prints, 6Oct15; descr., 13Oct15; LU6644.

  THE BLUE AND THE GRAY. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrative by John B. Kennedy; editor, Bert Frank.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Apr35; LP5438.

  THE BLUE ANGEL. 1931. 8,848 ft., sd. From a novel by Heinrich Mann.

    Credits: Producer, Erich Pommer; director, Josef von Sternberg;
    adaptation, Carl Zuckmayer, Karl Vollmoller, Robert Liebmann.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 2Jan31; LP1855.

  BLUE BARRON AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Dec38; MP9025.

  BLUE BLACK. (A Fistical Culture Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Herman; story, William Henry Cook.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 10Jan27; LP23520.

  BLUE BLACKBIRDS. 1933. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Ewart Adamson.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 18Aug33; LP4271.

  BLUE BLAZES. (Blue Streak Western) 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Franz; story, Frank C. Robertson; screen
    adaptation, Frank Beresford.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Jan26; LP22279.

  BLUE BLAZES. (An Educational Top Notch Comedy) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Raymond Kane; story, David Freedman.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 21Aug36; LP6550.

  BLUE BLAZES RAWDEN. Presented by Thomas H. Ince. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: J. G. Hawks; director, William S. Hart.

    © William S. Hart Productions, Inc.; 1Feb18; LP12033.

  BLUE BLOOD. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 25Jan25; LP21079.

  THE BLUE BLOOD. 1925. 6 reels. From the story "American Aristocracy"
    by Frank H. Clark.

    Credits: Director, Scott R. Dunlop.

    © Chadwick Pictures Corp.; 16Nov25; LP22005.

  BLUE BLOOD AND RED. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); title, descr. & 67
    prints, 7Jan14; LU1919.

  BLUE BLOOD AND RED. 1916. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by R. A. Walsh.

    © William Fox (R. A. Walsh, author); 2Apr16; LP7993.

  BLUE BLOOD AND YELLOW BACKS. L-Ko. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Jun15; LP5544.

  BLUE BLOOD BUT BLACK SKIN. 1916. 2 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 23Feb16; LP7691.

  THE BLUE BOTTLE. Presented by Mansfeld Productions. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jim R. Williams; story, Carl L. Wedekind.

    © R. Mansfeld & Son, Inc. (Carl L. Wedekind, author); 15Jun28;
    MP5212.

  THE BLUE BOY. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Arthur Maude.

    © Romance Productions, Inc.; 8Sep26; LP23085.

  THE BLUE COYOTE CHERRY CROP. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: C. W. L. Ennis; director, Ashley Miller.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 4Sep14; LP3325.

  THE BLUE DANUBE. De Mille Pictures Corp. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Paul Sloane; story, John Farrow; adaptation and
    continuity, Harry Carr, Paul Sloane; film editor, Margaret Darrell.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 11Feb28; LP24974.

  BLUE DANUBE. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Wilcox.

    © British & Dominion Films Corp., Ltd. (Doris Zinkeisen, author);
    24Aug34; LP4906.

  THE BLUE DANUBE WALTZ. Symphonie Films, Inc. 1939. 1 reel, sd. From
    the music by Johann Strauss.

    Credits: Conducted and directed by Frederick Feher.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct39; MP9690.

  THE BLUE DIAMOND MYSTERY. © 1913.

    © Pathé Frères (Compagnie Générale des Établissements Pathé Frères
    Phonographes & Cinématographes, author); title, descr. & 65 prints,
    31Oct13; LU1509.

  THE BLUE EAGLE. 1926. 7 reels, b&w, tinted sequences. Based on the
    story "The Lord's Referee" by Gerald Beaumont.

    Credits: Director, John Ford; scenario, L. G. Rigby.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 12Sep26; LP23122.

  THE BLUE ENVELOPE MYSTERY. 1916. 5 reels. From the book "The Blue
    Envelope" by Sophie Kerr.

    Credits: Producer, Wilfred North; picturized by A. Van Buren Powell.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Sophie Kerr, author); 5Oct16;
    LP9252.

  BLUE-EYED MARY. 1918. For the Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Millarde; story, Frances Crowley; scenario,
    Adrian Johnson.

    © William Fox; 2Jun18; LP12524.

  THE BLUE FLAME. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Edw. J. LeSaint.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (J. A. Lacy, author); 30Sep14; LP3462.

  THE BLUE FOX. 1921. 2 reels each.

    Credits: Hope Loring, Joe Brandt; director, Duke Worne.

    © Arrow Film Corp. (Hope Loring, author).

    1. The Message of Hate. © 8Jul21; LP16764.

    2. The Menace from the Sky. © 14Jul21; LP16765.

    © Arrow Film Corp.

    3. The Mysterious Prisoner. © 25Jul21; LP16799.

    4. A Perilous Ride. © 25Jul21; LP16800.

    5. A Woman's Wit. © 25Jul21; LP16801.

    6. A Night of Terror. © 25Jul21; LP16802.

    7. Washed Ashore. © 25Jul21; LP16803.

    8. A Perilous Leap. © 25Jul21; LP16804.

    9. Lost Identity. © 25Jul21; LP16805.

    10. In Close Pursuit. © 2Aug21; LP16826.

    11. The Wilds of Alaska. © 2Aug21; LP16827.

    12. The Camp of the Charkas. © 2Aug21; LP16828.

    13. The Secret Skull. © 2Aug21; LP16829.

    14. The Desert Island. © 2Aug21; LP16830.

    15. Home and Happiness. © 2Aug21; LP16831.

  BLUE FRIDAY. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Kingsley Benedict; director, Mark Goldaine.

    © National Film Corp. of America; 7May21; LP16482.

  BLUE GRASS. © 1915. From the play by Paul Armstrong.

    © Equitable Motion Picture Corp. (Paul Armstrong, author); title &
    360 prints, 30Sep15; descr., 13Oct15; LU6641.

  BLUE GRASS. (Sportscope, no. 4) 1938. 863 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; supervision, Frank R.
    Donovan; narrators, Andre Baruch, Clem McCarthy.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 2Dec38; MP9022.

  BLUE GRASS KINGS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) Van Beuren Corp. 1931.
    1 reel, sd.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 14Jun31; MP2672.

  A BLUE-JACKET'S HONOR. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, W. J. Craft; story and scenario, Robert Dillon,
    Thomas Berrien.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Feb22; LP17540.

  BLUE JEANS. Presented by B. A. Rolfe. 1918. 7 reels. Adapted from the
    melodrama by Joseph Arthur.

    Credits: Director, John E. Collins; adaptation, June Mathis, Charles
    Taylor.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 10Jan18; LP11922.

  BLUE KNOT, KING OF POLO. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (M. R. McKinstry, author); title, descr. &
    49 prints, 13Jul14; LU3019.

  BLUE MONDAY. 1938. 1 reel, sd., sepia. Based on the United Features
    comic "The Captain and the Kids."

    Credits: Supervision, William Hanna.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Feb38; LP7845.

  BLUE MONTANA SKIES. 1939. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, B. Reeves Eason;
    original story, Norman S. Hall, Paul Franklin; screenplay, Gerald
    Geraghty; film editor, Lester Orlebeck; music supervision, Raoul
    Kraushaar.

    © Republic Pictures Corp. (Republic Productions, Inc., author);
    4May39; LP8822.

  THE BLUE MOON. "Flying A" Special. 1920. 6 reels. From the novel by
    David Anderson.

    Credits: Director, George L. Cox; scenario, Daniel F. Whitcomb.

    © American Film Co., Inc.; 11Oct20; LP15661.

  THE BLUE MOUNTAINS MYSTERY. 1922. 5 reels. From the book "The Mount
    Marunga Mystery" by Harrison Owen.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Raymond Longford, Lottie Lyell.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 1Sep22; LP18601.

  THE BLUE MOUSE. © 1914.

    © H. Winik (Vitascope Co., author); title, descr. & 125 prints,
    28Feb14; LU2274.

  BLUE OF THE NIGHT. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Pearce.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 5Jan33; LP3535.

  THE BLUE OR THE GRAY. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (W. C. Cabanne, author); title, descr. & 165 prints,
    29Nov13; LU1681.

  THE BLUE PEARL. © 1920.

    Credits: Director, George Irving; scenario, Emma Bell Clifton.

    © L. Lawrence Weber Photo Dramas, Inc. (Anna Crawford Flexner,
    author); title & descr., 29Jan20; 268 prints, 28Jan20; LU14727.

  THE BLUE PRINT MYSTERY. Laemmle. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Mar17; LP10430.

  BLUE RHYTHM. (Mickey Mouse, no. 16) 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 25Aug31; MP2749.

  THE BLUE RIBBON. SEE The Girl and the Gambler.

  A BLUE RIBBON MUTT. Century. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Chuck Reisner.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Oct20; LP15728.

  THE BLUE RIDGERS WITH CORDELIA MAYBERRY. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 12Jun29; MP299.

  THE BLUE ROSE. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (E. M. Nelson, author); 29Oct13; LP1623.

  BLUE SKIES. 1929. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Werker; story, Frederick Hazlitt Brennan;
    scenario, John Stone.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 18Mar29; LP218.

  BLUE STEEL. (Lone Star Western) 1934.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Malvern; story, screenplay, and direction,
    Robert N. Bradbury; editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15May34; LP4789.

  THE BLUE STREAK. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by William Nigh.

    © William Fox (William Nigh, author); 18Mar17; LP10400.

  THE BLUE STREAK. Richard Talmadge Productions, Inc. Presented by A.
    Carlos. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mason Noel; story and continuity, James Bell
    Smith; editor, Doane Harrison.

    © Carlos Productions, Inc.; 28Dec25; LP22471.

  BLUE STREAK MCCOY. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reaves Eason; story, H. H. Van Loan; scenario,
    Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Aug20; LP15438.

  BLUE SUNDAY. Universal Jewel. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and production, Lyons, Moran; scenario, W. Scott
    Darling.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Apr21; LP16401.

  BLUE VELVET MUSIC. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Waller; continuity, Milton Hocky.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 9Apr37; MP7682.

  BLUE WHITE STONES (BLAU WEISSE STEINE). © 1914.

    © Imperator Film Co. (Leo L. Lewin, author); title & 99 prints,
    22Dec13; descr., 4Mar14; LU2267.

  BLUE WING'S REVENGE. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Craft; story, Carl Krusada, William
    Craft.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Jun24; LP20270.

  BLUEBEARD, JR. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Scott Dunlap; story, Helen Van Upp; scenario,
    John W. Grey.

    ** © American Releasing Corp.; 20Apr22; LP17764.

  BLUEBEARD THE SECOND. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 31Aug14; LP3287.

  BLUEBEARD'S BROTHER. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational Film Exchanges,
    Inc. 1932. 6 min., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 29May32; LP3196.

  BLUEBEARD'S EIGHTH WIFE. 1923. 6 reels. From the adaptation by
    Charlton Andrews of the play "La Huitieme Femme de Barbe Bleue" by
    Alfred Savoir.

    Credits: Director, Sam Wood; screen version, Sada Cowan.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 26Jun23; LP19167.

  BLUEBEARD'S EIGHTH WIFE. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 9 reels, sd.
    Based on a play by Alfred Savoir and the English adaptation by
    Charlton Andrews.

    Credits: Producer and director, Ernest Lubitsch; screenplay, Charles
    Brackett, Billy Wilder; film editor, William Shea.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 18Mar38; LP7916.

  BLUEBEARD'S SEVEN WIVES. Presented by Robert Kane. 1925. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alfred A. Santell; story, Blanche Merrill, Paul
    Schofield.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 30Dec25; LP22216.

  THE BLUE BIRD. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1918. 6 reels. Based on the
    play by Maurice Maeterlinck.

    Credits: Director, Maurice Tourneur; adaptation, Charles Maigne.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 25Mar18; LP12216.

  BLUEBIRDS' BABY. (Scrappy) (A Color Rhapsody) 1938. 1 reel, sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Ben Harrison; animation,
    Manny Gould; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 31Jan38; MP8120.

  BLUES. (Paul Terry Toons) 1931. 6 min., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Terry, Moser & Coffman; 3Sep31; LP2436.

  BLUFF. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jessie L. Lasky. 1924.
    6 reels. From the story by Rita Wieman and Josephine L. Quirk.

    Credits: Director, Sam Wood; screenplay, Willis Goldbeck.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 21May24; LP20225.

  THE BLUFFER. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Travers Vale; story and continuity, Clara S.
    Beranger.

    © World Film Corp. (Clara S. Beranger, author); title & descr.,
    3Feb19; 213 prints, 21Jan19; LU13349.

  THE BLUFFER. 1930. Sd., 11 min.

    Credits: Story and dialogue, John A. Waldron, Arthur Ripley, Walter
    Weems, Jack Jevne.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 17Dec30; LP1901.

  BLUFFING BLUFFERS. 1924. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, William H. Watson.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Jun24; LP20354.

  THE BLUSHING BRIDE. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Jules Furthman.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 27Feb21; LP16266.

  BOARDER TROUBLE. (Broadway Brevity) 1938. 20 min., sd. Based on
    characters originated by Ken Kling.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Eddie Forman, Willi Weil.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Dec38; LP8684.

  BOARDERS AND BOMBS. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Fred Hayn, author); title, descr. & 32 prints,
    30Oct13; LU1499.

  BOARDING BOAT ON SEPUTUBA RIVER. SEE Roosevelt Brazilian Expedition.

  THE BOARDING HOUSE FEUD. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lee Beggs.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Eugene Mullin, author); 6Apr15;
    LP4943.

  A BOARDING HOUSE HAM. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Pearsons; story, Wallace C. Clifton.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 29Apr16; LP8214.

  A BOARDING HOUSE ROMANCE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Bliss Milford.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 2Mar14; LP2261.

  BOARDING THE EXPEDITION BOAT ON THE SEPUTUBA RIVER. SEE Roosevelt
    Brazilian Expedition.

  BOASTS AND BOLDNESS. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Lawrence Semon, Graham Baker; director, Lawrence Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 6Jul17; LP11072.

  THE BOAT. First National. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. 1921. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Buster Keaton, Eddie Cline.

    © Comique Film Co.; 10Nov21; LP17411.

  BOAT BUILDERS. (A Walt Disney Mickey Mouse) 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 25Feb38; MP8186.

  BOATS AND FISHERMEN OF THE ARCTIC AND THE TROPICS. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Dept. of Anthropology, Harvard University.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 11Nov28; MP5518.

  BOB CROSBY AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; continuity, Justin Herman.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 6May38; MP8407.

  BOB HAMPTON OF PLACER. First National. Presented by Marshall Neilan.
    1921. 88 min. From the story by Randall Parrish.

    Credits: Producer, Marshall Neilan; scenario, Marion Fairfax.

    © Marshall Neilan Productions (Marshall Neilan, author); 4May21;
    LP16469.

  BOB MACGREGOR, IN THE LASS O'GLESCA TOWN, BY HARRY LEE, ELSPETH
    BROWNELL AT THE PIANO, OFFERING: A. MY LUVE'S LIKE A RED, RED ROSE
    [and others]. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Aug27; MP4245.

  BOB NELSON, BROADWAY'S POPULAR SINGING COMEDIAN [OFFERS] EVERYTHING I
    DO, I DO FOR YOU [and others]. (Movietone Act) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Mar29; MP5902.

  BOB NELSON, BROADWAY'S POPULAR SINGING COMEDIAN [OFFERS] THAT'S A DROP
    IN THE BUCKET COMPARED TO MY LOVE FOR YOU [and others]. (Movietone
    Act) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Mar29; MP5898.

  BOB-WHITE. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) The Van Beuren Corp. 1932. 1
    reel.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 25Feb32; MP3119.

  BOBBED HAIR. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Thomas N. Heffron; story, Hector Turnbull; screen
    version, Harvey Thew.

    © Realart Pictures Corp.; 15Mar22; LP17646.

  BOBBED HAIR. 1925. 8 reels. From the novel by twenty authors, Carolyn
    Wells, Alexander Woollcott, Louis Bromfield [and others].

    Credits: Director, Alan Crosland; scenario, Lewis Milestone.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Jul25; LP21639.

  BOBBIE OF THE BALLET. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Joseph De Grasse; story, Grant Carpenter;
    scenario, Ida May Park.

    © Blue Bird Photoplays, Inc.; 22May16; LP8333.

  BOBBIE'S LONG TROUSERS. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: J. Hancock Collins.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 11Aug13; LP1086.

  BOBBY AND COMPANY. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell; story, William Addison Lathrop.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 24Oct17; LP11621.

  BOBBY AND THE HELPING HAND. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Charles M. Seay; story, A. Van Buren Powell.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 25Sep17; LP11460.

  BOBBY ARNST AND PEGGY ELLIS IN RHYTHMS IN BLUE. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Nov29; MP906.

  BOBBY BUMP'S ADVENTURES. 1915. Split reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Aug15; MP395.

  BOBBY BUMPS AND CO. (Pen and Ink Vaudeville) 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Earl Hurd.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 22Sep25; LP21834.

  BOBBY BUMPS GETS PA'S GOAT. 1915. Split reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Jul15; MP365.

  BOBBY BUMPS IN THE GREAT DIVIDE. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: Drawn by Earl Hurd.

    © Bray Studios, Inc.; 5Feb17; MP840.

  BOBBY FOLSOM—A MODERN PRISCILLA. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Mar29; MP5953.

  BOBBY GILLETTE WITH DORIS WALKER—SYNCOPATED BREEZES. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Mar29; MP5960.

  BOBBY JONES' GOLF STROKES. © 1930.

    © Jenkins Laboratories (C. Francis Jenkins, author); title & 3
    prints, 10Jun30; descr., 21Jun30; MU1655.

  BOBBY, MOVIE DIRECTOR. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edward J. Montagne; director, Wesley Ruggles.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Jul17; LP11115.

  BOBBY, PHILANTHROPIST. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Anna M. Gobel; director, Wesley H. Ruggles.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Jul17; LP11116.

  BOBBY TAKES A WIFE. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell; story, William Addison Lathrop.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 10Nov17; LP11708.

  BOBBY, THE BOY SCOUT. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, J. Raymond Kennedy.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Jul17; LP11113.

  BOBBY, THE MAGICIAN. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell; story, Thomas Edgelow.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Nov17; LP11732.

  BOBBY, THE MAYOR OF KID CITY. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles M. Seay.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 2Oct17; LP11491.

  BOBBY, THE PACIFIST. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Graham Baker; director, Wesley Ruggles.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Jul17; LP11114.

  BOBBY TO THE RESCUE. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell; story, William Addison Lathrop.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 29Oct17; LP11634.

  BOBBY VERNON IN CRY BABY. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Jun30; MP1688.

  BOBBY'S BARGAIN. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 14May15; LP5292.

  BOBBY'S BRAVERY. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Marie T. Jacobs; director, Wesley H. Ruggles; adaptation,
    Katharine Reed.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 1Sep17; LP11339.

  BOBBY'S COUNTRY ADVENTURE. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell; story, William Addison Lathrop.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 5Nov17; LP11688.

  BOBBY'S DREAM. 1912. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 23Oct12; LP59.

  BOBBY'S FAIRY. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Elizabeth Henderson; director, George Ridgwell.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 5Oct17; LP11498.

  BOBBY'S SECRET. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles M. Seay.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 18Sep17; LP11421.

  BOB'S LOVE AFFAIRS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 2Oct15; LP6534.

  BODY AND SOUL. © 1915. From the play by William Hurlbut.

    © World Film Corp. (William Hurlbut, author); title & descr.,
    7Dec15; 133 prints, 6Dec15; LU7143.

  BODY AND SOUL. 1920. 6 reels. From the play by William Hurlbut.

    Credits: Director, Charles Swickard; adaptation, Hayden Talbot, Marc
    Robbins.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 20Oct20; LP15699.

  BODY AND SOUL. 1927. 7 reels, b&w, blue sequences. From the story by
    Katharine Newlin Burt.

    Credits: Director, Reginald Barker; screenplay, Elliott Clawson;
    titles, Joe Farnham; film editor, William LeVanway.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 12Oct27; LP24499.

  BODY AND SOUL. 1931. 7,400 ft., sd. From the play "Squadrons" by
    Elliott White Springs and A. E. Thomas.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Santell; screenplay, Jules Furthman;
    editor, Paul Weatherwax.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 5Feb31; LP1988.

  BODY BUILDING. (A Grantland Rice Sound Sportlight) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Jack Eaton; producers, Jack Eaton, Ernest Corts; music,
    Gene Rodemich.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 18Oct29; MP756.

  BODY DEFENSES AGAINST DISEASE. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (Paul R. Cannon, author); 15Jun37;
    MP7555.

  BODY FRAMEWORK. (Eastman Classroom Films) 1931. Made in cooperation
    with the Dept. of Biology and Public Health, Massachusetts Institute
    of Technology. 1,004 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 4Mar31;
    MP2606.

  THE BODY IN THE BAG. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 31Jul24; MU2624.

  THE BODY PUNCH. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Leigh Jason.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22May28; LP25294.

  THE BODY SLAM. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Jun30; MP1629.

  LA BOHÈME. 1923. 9 reels. From the novel "Scènes de la Vie de Bohème"
    by Henry Murger.

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Gennaro Righelli.

    © National Film Corp.; 1Jun23; LP22165.

  LA BOHÈME. 1926. 9 reels. Suggested by "Life in the Latin Quarter" by
    Henri Murger.

    Credits: Director, King Vidor; screenplay, Fred De Gresac;
    continuity, Ray Doyle, Harry Behn; titles, William Conselman, Ruth
    Cummings; film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 30Aug26; LP23076.

  THE BOHEMIAN GIRL. © 1912.

    Credits: Screenplay, Lawrence B. McGill.

    © Republic Film Co. (Lawrence B. McGill, author); title, descr. & 47
    prints, 12Sep12; LU2.

  THE BOHEMIAN GIRL. 1923. 7 reels. Adapted from the opera, music by
    Michael William Balfe, libretto by Alfred Bunn.

    Credits: Producer and director, Harley Knoles; adaptation, Rosina
    Henley, Harley Knoles.

    © Harley Knoles; 10Feb23; LP18805.

  THE BOHEMIAN GIRL. (A Hal Roach Feature Comedy) 1936. 8 reels, sd.
    From the opera, music by Michael William Balfe, libretto by Alfred
    Bunn.

    Credits: Directors, James W. Horne, Charles Rogers; film editors,
    Bert Jordan, Louis McManus.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 12Feb36; LP6453.

  THE BOHEMIAN GIRL. SEE A Swing Opera.

  BOHUNK. SEE Black Fury.

  THE BOILER-MAKER'S DAY OF REST. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 60 prints, 27Jun14; LU2924.

  BOILESK. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, Myron Waldman.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 8Jun33; MP4096.

  A BOLD BAD BREEZE. 1916. 1 reel.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 11Jul16; LP8667.

  THE BOLD, BAD BURGLAR. Rex. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, H. C. Matthews.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Mar16; LP7773.

  THE BOLD CABALLERO. 1937. 8 reels.

    Credits: Johnston McCully; producer, Nat Levine; direction and
    original screenplay, Wells Root.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 4Jan37; LP6831.

  BOLD EMMETT, IRELAND'S MARTYR. 1915. 3,000 ft.

    Credits: Screenplay and production, Sidney Olcott.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Sidney Olcott, author); 3Aug15; LP6006.

  BOLD KING COLE. (Rainbow Parade, no. 8) 1936. 1 reel, color.

    Credits: Director, Burt Gillett.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 22May36; MP6581.

  A BOLD SHORE. SEE A Study of Shore Features.

  BOLERO. 1934. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Ruth Ridenour; director, Wesley Ruggles; story, Carey
    Wilson, Kubec Glasmon; screenplay, Horace Jackson; music, Ralph
    Rainger.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Feb34; LP4519.

  THE BOLERO. Trailer. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    © Royal Revues, Inc.; 17Feb36; MP6437.

  BOLIVIA. 1931. 974 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 1Aug31;
    MP2828.

  BOLO-MOLA LAND. (Walter Lantz Cartune) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Victor McLeod, James Miele;
    animation, Frank Tipper, Dick Marion.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 17May39; MP9398.

  BOLSHEVISM ON TRIAL. 1919. 6 reels. From the story "Comrades" by
    Thomas Dixon.

    © Mayflower Photoplay Corp.; 9Apr19; LP13580.

  A BOLT FROM THE SKY. Balboa. © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères (Balboa Feature Film Co., author); title, descr. &
    194 prints, 25Oct15; LU6766.

  THE BOLTED DOOR. 1923. 5 reels. From the story by George Gibbs.

    Credits: Director, William Worthington; scenario, George Randolph
    Chester.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Feb23; LP18668.

  THE BOLTED DOOR. (Your True Adventures) 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; screenplay, Ira Genet.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Dec37; LP8008.

  THE BOMB. 1914. 2 reels.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Harry Chandlee, author); 7Dec14; LP3923.

  THE BOMB BOY. © 1914.

    © Pathé Frères (The Manhattan Film Co., author); title, descr. & 96
    prints, 13Nov14; LU3740.

  THE BOMB THROWERS. © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères (A. Anderson, author); title, descr. & 80 prints,
    3Feb15; LU4347.

  BOMBARDED. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Jackson.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (J. Edward Hungerford, author); 11May14;
    LP2755.

  BOMBARDING OR STORMING OF CASTLE MORO, SANTIAGO, CUBA, BY U. S. NAVY,
    1899. © 1919.

    © John Andrew Murphy; title, descr. & 9 prints, 14Jul19; MU1374.

  THE BOMBAY BUDDHA. Imp. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Stuart Paton; scenario, John B. Clymer.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Apr15; LP4901.

  BOMBAY MAIL. 1934. 8 reels. From the novel by L. G. Blochman.

    Credits: Director, Edwin L. Marin; screenplay, Tom Reed.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Jan34; LP4377.

  BOMBING OF THE U. S. S. PANAY. SEE Norman Alley's Bombing of the U. S.
    S. Panay.

  BOMBS AND BANDITS. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; director, A. Jaeschke.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 26Jun17; LP11008.

  BOMBS AND BANKNOTES. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry Wulze; director, Wallace Beery.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Dec16; LP9798.

  BOMBS AND BLUNDERS. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lawrence Semon; story, Lawrence Semon, Graham
    Baker.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 13Apr17; LP10575.

  BOMBS AND BLUNDERS. 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lawrence Semon; story, Lawrence Semon, Graham
    Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 16Feb20; LP14757.

  BOMBSHELL. 1933. 10 reels, sd., b&w. From the play by Caroline Francke
    and Mack Crane.

    Credits: Producer, Victor Flemming; screenplay, John Lee Mahin,
    Jules Furthman; film editor, Margaret Booth.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 11Oct33; LP4170.

  THE BON-BON PARADE. (A Color Rhapsody) 1935. 789 feet, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Ben Harrison; animation,
    Manny Gould; music, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 5Dec35; MP6039.

  A BON BON RIOT. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Hank Mann.

    © William Fox (Hank Mann, author); 25Feb17; LP10251.

  BON VOYAGE. 1932. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; story and direction, Harry Sweet;
    film editor, Fred Maguire.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 22Feb32; LP2872.

  THE BONANZA BUCKAROO. © 1926.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Barr Cross, author); title, descr. &
    80 prints, 26Jul26; LU22965.

  THE BOND BETWEEN. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Donald Crisp; story and scenario, George Beban.

    © J. C. Ivers; 13Mar17; LP10407.

  THE BOND OF BLOOD. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Van Dyke Brooke; picturized by Van
    Buren Powell.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Van Dyke Brooke and Van Buren
    Powell, authors); 19Jul16; LP8764.

  THE BOND OF FRIENDSHIP. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Donald Macdonald; scenario, Anthony W. Coldewey.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Anthony W. Coldewey, author); title, descr. & 47
    prints, 2Mar15; LU4574.

  THE BOND OF LOVE. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (E. Lynn Summers, author); title, descr. & 24
    prints, 26Mar14; LU2385.

  THE BOND SINISTER. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 12Dec14; LP3948.

  THE BOND WITHIN. 1916. 3,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Sloman.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Julian Lamothe, author); 5Jan16; LP7361.

  BONDAGE. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Edna Kenton; scenario and direction, Ida May Park.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 14Sep17; LP11409.

  BONDAGE. 1933. 6,050 ft., sd. From the novel "The House of Refuge" by
    Grace Sothcote Leake.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Santell; screenplay, Arthur Kober, Doris
    Malloy; editor, Jack Murray.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 18Mar33; LP3758.

  THE BONDAGE OF BARBARA. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Emmett J. Flynn; story, Burk Symon.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 18Jan19; LP13310.

  THE BONDAGE OF FEAR. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 86 prints, 11Apr14; LU2489.

  THE BONDAGE OF FEAR. Peerless. © 1917. Previously released with the
    title "Beauty."

    Credits: Director, Travers Vale; story, Rosalind Ivan, Thomas J.
    Kelly.

    © World Film Corp. (Rosalind Ivan and Thomas J. Kelly, authors);
    title, descr. & 232 prints, 19Jan17; LU10031.

  THE BONDAGE OF FEAR. SEE The False Friend.

  THE BONDBOY. 1922. 7 reels. From the story by George Washington Ogden.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; adaptation, Charles E. Whittaker.

    © Inspiration Pictures, Inc.; 28Sep22; LP18249.

  THE BONDED WOMAN. 1922. 6 reels. From "The Salving of John Somers" by
    John Fleming Wilson.

    Credits: Director, Philip E. Rosen; adaptation, Albert Shelby
    LeVino.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 8Aug22; LP18172.

  THE BONDMAN. 1916. 6 reels. For Fox Film Corp. Based on the novel by
    Hall Caine.

    Credits: Louise Keller; producer, Edgar Lewis.

    © William Fox (Edgar Lewis, author); 19Mar16; LP7860.

  THE BONDMAN. 1929. 8 reels. From the novel by Sir Hall Caine.

    Credits: Produced and directed by Herbert Wilcox; scenario, T. A.
    Innes.

    © World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 28Mar29; LP246.

  BONDS AND BANNERS. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, J. A. Howe; story, Earl Montgomery, Joseph Rock.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 18Jun18; LP12549.

  BONDS OF HONOR. © 1918.

    © The Haworth Pictures Corp. (Clara Whipple, author); title, descr.
    & 353 prints, 31Oct18; LU13004.

  BONDS OF LOVE. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reginald Barker; story, Louis Sherwin.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 18Aug19; LP14084.

  THE BONDS OF PASSION. © 1913.

    © Nordisk Films Co.; title, descr. & 72 prints, 29Oct13; LU1490.

  BONDWOMEN. © 1915.

    © George Kleine; title, descr. & 74 prints, 31Dec15; LU7327.

  BONDWOMEN. Kleine-Edison Feature Service. 1915. 5 reels.

    © George Kleine; 15Dec15; LP7551.

  THE BONE BENDER PARADE. (Adventures of the Newsreel Cameraman) 1937. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; editor, Lew Lehr.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6Aug37; MP7678.

  BONE CRUSHERS. (A Sports Champion Picture) 1933. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Ward Wing; narrator, Paul Gerard Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 6Feb33; MP3803.

  BONE DRY. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 9Oct22; LU18283.

  BONE DRY. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Walt Lantz, Clyde Geronimi.

    © Bray Productions, Inc.; 14May27; MP4032.

  THE BONEHEAD AGE. (Aesop) © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    print, 17Dec25; MU3255.

  THE BONEYARD BLUES. (Earl Hurd Cartoon Comedies) (Pen and Ink
    Vaudeville) 1924. 1 reel.

    Credits: Earl Hurd.

    © Hurd Productions, Inc.; 14Oct24; LP20653.

  BONNIE ANNIE LAURIE. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, H. Millarde; story, Hamilton Thompson; scenario,
    L. Liebrand.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 1Sep18; LP12793.

  BONNIE, BONNIE LASSIE. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tod Browning; story, Henry C. Rowland; scenario,
    Tod Browning, Violet Clark.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 1Oct19; LP14258.

  THE BONNIE BRIAR BUSH. 1921. 5 reels. Based on the book "Beside the
    Bonnie Brier Bush" by Ian Maclaren [pseud. of John Watson].

    Credits: Director, Donald Crisp; adaptation, Margaret Turnbull.

    © Famous Players-Lasky British Producers, Ltd.; 23Nov21; LP17228.

  BONNIE MAY. 1920. 5 reels. From the novel by Louis Dodge.

    Credits: Director, Joseph De Grasse; screen adaptation, Bernard
    McConville.

    © Andrew J. Callaghan Productions, Inc.; 11Jun20; LP15707.

  BONNIE SCOTLAND. (Hal Roach Feature Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach.
    1935. 9 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; screenplay, Frank Butler, Jeff
    Moffitt; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 20Aug35; LP5753.

  BONZO. 1924. 1 reel.

    © George Ernest Studdy; 16Dec24; MP2928.

  BOO. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Supervision, dialogue and direction, Albert DeMond.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Dec32; LP3464.

  BOO. BOO, THEME SONG. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, Myron
    Waldman.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 11Oct33; MP4333.

  THE BOOB. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, William A. Wellman; story, George Scarborough,
    Annette Westbay; scenario, Kenneth B. Clarke; film editor, Ben
    Lewis.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 19May26; LP22753.

  THE BOOB AND THE BAKER. 1915.

    © Biograph Co.; 18Jan15; LP4251.

  THE BOOB AND THE MAGICIAN. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 19Feb15; LP4503.

  A BOOB FOR LUCK. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jack Cunningham; director, W. W. Beaudine.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Mar17; LP10429.

  BOOBLEY'S BABY. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Paul West author); 30Mar15; LP4887.

  BOOBS AND BRICKS. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 53 prints, 10May13; LU707.

  BOOBS AND BUMPS. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Frank Donovan.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 4Dec18; LP13230.

  THE BOOB'S ELOPEMENT. © 1915.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bruce Mitchell, author); title, descr. & 35
    prints, 3Feb15; LU4341.

  BOOBS IN THE WOOD. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 11Dec24; LU20882.

  THE BOOB'S RACING CAREER. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Bruce Mitchell.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Bruce Mitchell, author); title, descr. & 64
    prints, 4Jan15; LU4092.

  A BOOB'S ROMANCE. Laemmle. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Robert Leonard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Jun15; LP5574.

  THE BOOB'S VICTORY. Gold Seal. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Robert Leonard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 4Jan16; LP7346.

  BOODLE AND BANDITS. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directed and written by Lawrence Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 11Jun18; LP12532.

  THE BOOK AGENT. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Otis Turner.

    © William Fox (F. McGrew Willis, author); 13May17; LP10752.

  THE BOOK AGENT. Fox Film Corp. 1921. 2 reels.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 25Sep21; LP17114.

  THE BOOK AGENT'S ROMANCE. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 5Jan16; LP7375.

  BOOK BOZO. (Jimmy Aubrey Second Series, no. 11) 1925. 2 reels.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 15Aug25; LP21894.

  BOOK NIGHT. Trailer. © 1939. Sd.

    © Joseph L. Morse; title, descr. & 19 prints, 11May39; MU9383.

  THE BOOK OF BOOKS. Willard Pictures. Presented by National Bible
    Press. 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Written and edited by Robert T. Furman, Jr.; commentary,
    Alwyn Bach.

    © National Publishing Co. (Robert T. Furman, Jr., author); 15Mar39;
    MP9260.

  THE BOOK OF CHARM. SEE The Boy Friend.

  THE BOOK OF DANIEL DREW. SEE The Toast of New York.

  THE BOOK OF ESTHER. SEE Blind Prejudice.

  A BOOK OF VERSES. Rex. © 1913.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. (Nell Lynn, author); title, descr. & 82
    prints, 5May13; LU676.

  THE BOOK SHOP. SEE Puddy the Pup in The Book Shop.

  BOOKLOVERS. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. 1929. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Story, Joseph Santley, Frank Tours.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 14Jun29; LP478.

  THE BOOKWORM. (An M. G. M. Cartoon) Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    1939. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Hugh Harman.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 6Sep39; MP9782.

  THE BOOK WORM. SEE Harry J. Conley.

  BOOLOO. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Direction and story, Clyde E. Elliott; screenplay, Robert
    E. Welsh; film editor, Eda Warren.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 22Jul38; LP8173.

  BOOM DAYS. (E. M. Newman's See America First) 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Editor, Bert Frank; narrative, John B. Kennedy.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 12Oct35; MP5910.

  BOOM GOES THE GROOM. 1939. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charley Chase; story, Churchill Ross.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 6Feb39; LP8606.

  BOOMER BILL GOES TO SEA. Powers. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: Pat Sullivan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Mar17; MP902.

  BOOMER BILL'S AWAKENING. Powers. 1917. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: Pat Sullivan; animation, George D. Clardy.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jan17; MP822.

  A BOOMERANG. 1916. Split reel.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 30Sep16; LP9257.

  THE BOOMERANG. National Film Corp. © 1919. From the novel by William
    Hamilton Osborne.

    Credits: Director, Bertram Bracker; scenario, Franklyn Hall.

    © Pioneer Film Corp. (National Film Corp., author); title, descr. &
    596 prints, 10Apr19; LU13615.

  THE BOOMERANG. SEE The Love Doctor.

  BOOMERANG BILL. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tom Terriss; story, Jack Boyle; scenario, Doty
    Hobart.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 3Jan22; LP17422.

  A BOOMERANG SWINDLE. 1914. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Frank C. Griffin, author); 27Oct14; LP3626.

  BOOMING FIFI. © 1915.

    © Atlas Motion Picture Co., Inc. (Oscar Glenn, author); title,
    descr. & 106 prints, 16Sep15; LU6550.

  THE BOONE TRAIL. 1931. 991 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 27Mar31;
    MP2607.

  THE BOONTON AFFAIR. Bison. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by King Baggot.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Jan17; LP10015.

  BOOP-OOP-A-DOOP. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 16Jan32; MP3029.

  BOOS-EM FRIENDS. (Toonerville Trolley Series) Associated First
    National. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ira M. Lowry; story, Fontaine Fox.

    © Betzwood Film Co. (Fontaine Fox, author); 28Jun21; LP16715.

  THE BOOSTER. Presented by Hal Roach. 1928. 2 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Supervision and story, Leo McCarey; director, Hal Yates;
    titles, H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 24Nov28; LP25864.

  BOOSTING DAD. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1934. 1,874 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Frederic; story, Charles Lamont, Glen
    Lambert.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 21Dec34; LP5196.

  BOOTHILL BRIGADE. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, A. W. Hackel; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story, Harry F. Olmsted; screen adaptation, George H. Plympton; film
    editor, S. Roy Luby.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 2Aug37; LP7326.

  THE BOOTLEGGERS. Al Gilbert Film Productions, Inc. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Roy Sheldon; story, Thomas F. Fallon.

    © Producers Security Corp.; 15Jan22; LP17542.

  THE BOOTLEGGER'S DAUGHTER. © 1922.

    © Playgoers Pictures, Inc. (R. Cecil Smith, author); title, descr. &
    90 prints, 9Oct22; LU18277.

  BOOTLES' BABY. © 1914. Based on the novel by John Strange Winter.

    Credits: Producer, Harold Shaw; adaptation, Bannister Merwin.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co., Ltd., author); title, descr. &
    47 prints, 5Sep14; LU3315.

  BOOTLE'S BABY. 1914. 2 reels. An adaptation of the novel by John
    Strange Winter.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 3Oct14; LP3476.

  BOOTS. Paramount. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Elmer Clifton; story, Martha Pittman; scenario,
    M. M. Stearns.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 12Feb19; LP13399.

  BOOTS & SADDLES. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, Joseph Kane;
    original story, Jack Natteford; screenplay, Jack Natteford, Oliver
    Drake; film editor, Lester Orlebeck; music director, Raoul
    Kraushaar.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 4Oct37; LP7557.

  BOOTS OF DESTINY. Condor. Presented by Edward L. Alperson. 1937. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, M. H. Hoffman; direction and screenplay, Arthur
    Rosson; original story, E. Morton Hough.

    © Grand National Films, Inc.; 23Jul37; LP7294.

  BORAH MINNEVITCH AND HIS HARMONICA RASCALS. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Mar34; MP4619.

  BORDEAUX TO LOURDES. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel-Picture) 1920.
    1 reel.

    Credits: Edited and titled by Burton Holmes.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 29Dec20;
    MP1829.

  BORDER BLACKBIRDS. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Ford I. Beebe, author); title, descr. & 118
    prints, 22Jul27; LU24207.

  BORDER BRIGANDS. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1935. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Starr; director, Nick Grinde; original
    story and screenplay, Stuart Anthony; editor, B. T. Loftus.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20May35; LP5569.

  BORDER CABALLERO. 1936. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producers, Sig Neufeld, Leslie Simmonds; director, Sam
    Newfield; original story, Norman S. Hall; continuity, Joseph
    O'Donnell; film editor, Holbrook Todd.

    © Puritan Pictures Corp.; 15Jun36; LP6404.

  BORDER CAFE. 1937. 7 reels, sd. From the story "In the Mexican
    Quarter" by Thomas Gill.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; director, Lew Landers; screenplay,
    Lionel Houser; editor, Jack Hively; music director, Nathaniel
    Shilkret.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 4Jun37; LP7208.

  THE BORDER CAVALIER. (Blue Streak Western) 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Wyler; story, Basil Dickey.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Jul27; LP24246.

  BORDER FLIGHT. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, A. M. Botsford; director, Otho Lovering; story,
    Ewing Scott; screenplay, Stuart Anthony, Arthur J. Beckhard; film
    editor, Chandler House.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 29May36; LP6385.

  BORDER G-MAN. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, David Howard; story,
    Bernard McConville; screenplay, Oliver Drake; music director, Roy
    Webb; editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Jun38; LP8132.

  BORDER JUSTICE. 1925. 42 min.

    Credits: Director, Reeves Eason; story, William Lester.

    © Independent Pictures Corp.; 1Jul25; LP21632.

  BORDER LAW. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Ford Beebe & Leo Maloney, authors); title,
    descr. & 38 prints, 14Dec22; LU18500.

  BORDER LAW. 1931. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; story, adaptation and dialogue,
    Stuart Anthony; film editor, Otto Meyer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Aug31; LP2409.

  THE BORDER LEGION. Released thru Goldwyn Distributing Corp. 1919. 6
    reels. From the novel by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Producer and director, T. Hayes Hunter; scenario, Victor de
    Viliers, Laurence Marston.

    © T. Hayes Hunter & Blanche Bates Creel (T. Hayes Hunter, author);
    5Jan19; LP13239.

  THE BORDER LEGION. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1924. 7 reels. From the novel by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Director, William Howard; screenplay, George Hull.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 21Oct24; LP20661.

  THE BORDER LEGION. 1930. 6,088 ft., sd. Based on the novel by Zane
    Grey.

    Credits: Directors, Otto Brewer, Edwin H. Knopf; screenplay and
    adaptation, Percy Heath, Edward E. Paramore, Jr.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 27Jun30; LP1403.

  THE BORDER LEGION. SEE The Last Round-Up.

  THE BORDER LINE. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Charles Michelson; director, L. C. Windom.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 18Nov16; LP9547.

  THE BORDER PATROL. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, James P. Hogan; story and adaptation, Finis Fox.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 8Dec28; LP25914.

  THE BORDER PATROLMAN. Presented by Twentieth Century-Fox. 1936. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sol Lesser; director, David Howard; screenplay,
    Dan Jarrett, Ben Cohen.

    © Atherton Productions, Inc.; 3Jul36; LP6522.

  BORDER PHANTOM. 1936. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, A. W. Hackel; director, S. Roy Luby; original
    story and screenplay, Fred Myton.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Dec36; LP6830.

  THE BORDER RAID. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Craft.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Dec24; LP20831.

  THE BORDER RAIDER. SEE The Apache Raider.

  THE BORDER RAIDERS. Diando. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Stuart Paton; story, Frank Beresford, Jack
    Cunningham.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Frank Beresford and Jack Cunningham,
    authors); title, descr. & 115 prints, 27Sep18; LU12902.

  BORDER ROMANCE. 1930. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Richard Thorpe; story, John Francis Natteford;
    editor, Richard Cahoon; music director, Al Short; music and lyrics,
    Will Jason, Val Burton.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 13May30; LP1292.

  THE BORDER RUNNER. © 1915.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Tom Gibson, author); title, descr. & 35 prints,
    18Feb15; LU4485.

  THE BORDER RUNNER. (Lone Star Western) © 1919.

    Credits: Written and directed by Aubrey M. Kennedy.

    © William Steiner (Aubrey M. Kennedy, author); title, descr. & 195
    prints, 8Oct19; LU14265.

  THE BORDER SHERIFF. (Blue Streak Western) 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Direction and continuity, Robert North Bradbury; story, W.
    C. Tuttle.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 26Feb26; LP22438.

  THE BORDER TERROR. 1919. 2 reels. Founded on the story "The
    Caballero's Way" by O. Henry [pseud. of William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, Harry Harvey; scenario, H. Tipton Steck.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co.; 13Jan19; LP13274.

  THE BORDER WHIRLWIND. Released by F. B. O. 1926.

    Credits: Director, John P. McCarthy; story, James Ormont;
    continuity, Enid Hibbard.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 15Nov26; LP23328.

  THE BORDER WILDCAT. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; story and continuity, Carl Krusada,
    Vin Moore.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Sep28; LP25617.

  THE BORDER WIRELESS. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince; director, William S. Hart;
    story, Howard E. Morton; screen adaptation, C. Gardner Sullivan.

    © William S. Hart Productions, Inc.; 10Sep18; LP12868.

  THE BORDER WOLF. (Ted Carson Western) (Mounty Series) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Josef Levigard.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 30Oct29; LP814.

  BORDER WOLVES. Red Feather. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Direction and story, George Marshall; scenario, Karl A.
    Coolidge.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Mar17; LP10297.

  BORDER WOLVES. 1938. 6 reels.

    Credits: Associate producer, Paul Malvern; director, Joseph H.
    Lewis; original story and screenplay, Norton S. Parker; film editor,
    Charles Craft.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb38; LP7834.

  BORDERLAND. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Paul Powell; story, Beulah Marie Dix.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 26Jul22; LP18095.

  BORDERLAND. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 9 reels, sd. Based on the
    story "Bring Me His Ears" by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Nate Watt; screenplay
    and dialogue, Harrison Jacobs.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 26Feb37; LP6966.

  BORDERTOWN. Presented by Warner Bros. Productions Corp. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1934. 10 reels, sd. Suggested by the novel by
    Carroll Graham.

    Credits: Director, Archie L. Mayo; story, Robert Lord; screenplay,
    Laird Doyle, Wallace Smith.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec34; LP5174.

  BORED OF EDUCATION. (Hal Roach Our Gang Comedy) Presented by Hal
    Roach. 1936. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas; film editor, William Ziegler.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 3Sep36; LP6593.

  BORN AND LAWRENCE IN PIGSKIN TROUBLES. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Mar29; MP5916.

  BORN AND LAWRENCE IN THE ARISTOCRATS. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Mar29; MP5944.

  BORN AND LAWRENCE IN THE SIDE SHOW. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 20Mar29; MP5990.

  BORN AND LAWRENCE, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Jan29; MP5837.

  BORN APRIL FIRST. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Warren Doane; director, James W. Horne; story,
    Albert Austin, James W. Horne; film editor, Harry Marker.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Feb34; LP4525.

  BORN FOR GLORY. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Forde; story, C. S. Forester; adaptation
    and scenario, J. O. C. Orton; dialogue, Michael Hogan, Gerald
    Fairlie; editor, Otto Ludwig; music director, Louis Levy.

    © Gaumont British Picture Corp. of America (Gaumont British Picture
    Corp., Ltd., author); 15May35; LP5825.

  BORN OF THE PEOPLE. Gold Seal. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Grace Cunard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Mar16; LP7775.

  BORN RECKLESS. 1930. 7,400 ft., sd. From the novel "Louis Beretti" by
    Donald Henderson Clarke.

    Credits: Associate producer, J. K. McGuinness; director, John Ford;
    editor, Frank E. Hull.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 25Apr30; LP1279.

  BORN RECKLESS. 1937. 5,313 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Malcolm St. Clair; story, Jack Andrews;
    screenplay, John Patrick, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan; music director,
    Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 9Jul37; LP7309.

  BORN RICH. Presented by Garrick Pictures Corp. 1924. 8 reels. From the
    novel by Hughes Cornell.

    Credits: Producer, Will Nigh.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 19Nov24; LP20784.

  BORN TO BATTLE. F. B. O. 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert De Lacy; story and scenario, William E.
    Wing.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 24Jan26; LP22341.

  BORN TO BATTLE. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (L. V. Jefferson, author); title, descr. &
    102 prints, 17Sep27; LU24417.

  BORN TO BE BAD. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. Released through
    United Artists. 1934. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Darryl F. Zanuck; director, Lowell Sherman;
    original story and screenplay, Ralph Graves; continuity, Harrison
    Jacobs; film editor, Maurice Wright; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 18May34; LP4695.

  BORN TO BE WILD. 1938. 7 reels.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harold Shumate; director, Joe Kane;
    original screenplay, Nathaniel West; film editor, William Morgan;
    music director, Alberto Colombo.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Feb38; LP7870.

  BORN TO DANCE. 1936. 11 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Cummings; director, Roy Del Ruth; story,
    Jack McGowan, Sid Silvers, B. G. DeSylva; screenplay, Jack McGowan,
    Sid Silvers; film editor, Blanche Sewell; music director, Alfred
    Newman.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 23Nov36; LP6792.

  BORN TO DIE. (A Battle for Life Release) Educational Pictures.
    Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1934. 808 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producers, Stacy Woodward, Horace Woodward; narrator, Gayne
    Whitman.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 2Apr34; MP4678.

  BORN TO GAMBLE. 1935. 8 reels, sd. Suggested by "The Greek Poropulos"
    by Edgar Wallace.

    Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story, continuity and dialogue, E.
    Morton Hough.

    © Liberty Pictures Corp.; 11Jul35; LP5654.

  BORN TO LOVE. 1931. 9 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Paul L. Stein; screenplay and dialogue, Ernest
    Pascal; film editor, Claude Berkeley; music director, Francis
    Groman.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 17Apr31; LP2216.

  BORN TO THE SADDLE. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Levigard.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17Oct28; LP25750.

  BORN TO THE WEST. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Waters; story, Zane Grey; adaptation and
    screenplay, Lucien Hubbard.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 16Jun26; LP22818.

  BORN TO THE WEST. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 6 reels, sd. From a
    novel by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Director, Charles Barton; screenplay, Stuart Anthony,
    Robert Yost; film editor, John Link.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 10Dec37; LP7673.

  BORNEO. Presented by Osa Johnson. 1937. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Truman Tally; narration, Lowell Thomas;
    continuity, Lew Lehr, Russell Shields.

    © Twentieth-Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Sep37; LP7914.

  BORO-BODOR AND THE BROMO. (Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Picture)
    1921. 1 reel.

    Credits: Screenplay, Burton Holmes.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 16Sep21;
    MP2030.

  BORRAH MINEVITCH & HIS HARMONICA RASCALS. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story, A. Dorian Otvos.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Oct35; LP5890.

  BORRAH MINEVITCH AND HIS MUSICAL RASCALS IN BOYHOOD DAYS. 1929. 2
    reels, sd.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 25Jan29; MP5776.

  THE BORROWED BABY. Nestor. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Allen Curtis; story, Tom Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 11Jun18; LP12535.

  THE BORROWED BOOK. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 28Sep14; LP3456.

  BORROWED CLOTHES. Universal Special. 1918. 6 reels. From the story
    "Orange Blossoms" by Marlon Orth.

    Credits: Lois Weber; director, Edward Langley.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Sep18; LP12961.

  THE BORROWED FINERY. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Alice Williams.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 7Mar14; LP2293.

  BORROWED FINERY. 1925. 7 reels. From the story by George Bronson
    Howard.

    Credits: Director, Oscar Apfel.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 26Oct25; LP21946.

  BORROWED HUSBANDS. 1924. 7 reels. From the novel by Mildred K.
    Barbour.

    Credits: Director, David Smith.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 7Apr24; LP20056.

  BORROWED LOVE. SEE Call of the West.

  THE BORROWED NECKLACE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 28Jan15; LP4306.

  BORROWED PLUMES. Rex. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Florence Blankenship; producer, Ben Wilson; scenario,
    Helmer W. Bergman.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 11Feb16; LP7618.

  BORROWED SUNSHINE. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Delos Avery; director, L. C. Windom; adaptation, Edw. T.
    Lowe, Jr.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 13Oct16; LP9302.

  BORROWED TROUBLE. Released by Film Booking Offices of America. 1923. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Roy Clements; story, George Bartlett, Monte
    Brice; scenario, Walter McNamara; film editor, Hal Yates.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 11May23; LP18950.

  BORROWED WIVES. 1930. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Frank Strayer; dialogue director, Leander de
    Cordova; screenplay, Scott Darling; editor, Byron Robinson.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 18Aug30; LP1508.

  BORROWING TROUBLE. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Charles H. France.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Don Wilson, author); title, descr. & 19
    prints, 24Jul13; LU982.

  BORROWING TROUBLE. Metro-Drew. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry Gennel; producer, Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 21Jun16; LP8555.

  BORROWING TROUBLE. 1937. 6 reels, sd. Based on characters created by
    Katharine Kavanaugh.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; original story and screenplay,
    Robert Chapin, Karen De Wolf; music, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Dec37; LP7682.

  BO'S GUEST. Released by F. B. O. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Philip Tannura; director, Gil Pratt; story, H. C. Witwer;
    supervising editor, James Wilkinson.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 21May27; LP23995.

  BOSKO IN DUTCH. Presented by Vitaphone. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Drawn by Isadore Freleng and Thomas McKimson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Mar33; MP3901.

  BOSKO IN PERSON. (Looney Tunes, no. 6) 1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leon Schlesinger; drawn by Rollin
    Hamilton, Bob McKimson; musical score, Frank Marsales.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Apr33; MP3938.

  BOSKO THE DRAWBACK. Presented by Vitaphone. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 24Feb33; MP3840.

  BOSKO THE MUSKETEER. (Looney Tunes, no. 12) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leon Schlesinger; drawn by Rollin
    Hamilton, Robert Stokes; musical score, Frank Marsales.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Sep33; MP4286.

  BOSKO THE SHEEPHERDER. (Looney Tunes, Series 3, no. 9) 1933. 1 reel.

    © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 14Jun33; LP3946.

  BOSKO THE SPEED KING. 1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: Drawn by Isadore Freleng, Thomas McKimson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Mar33; MP3902.

  BOSKO'S DIZZY DATE. Presented by Vitaphone. 1933. 1 reel.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Feb33; MP3806.

  BOSKO'S EASTER EGGS. 1937. 713 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 17Mar37; MP7310.

  BOSKO'S KNIGHT-MARE. (Looney Tunes, no. 8) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leon Schlesinger; drawn by Bob
    McKimson, Robert Stokes; music score, Frank Marsales.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Jun33; MP4090.

  BOSKO'S MECHANICAL MAN. (Looney Tunes, no. 11) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leon Schlesinger; drawn by Isadore
    Freleng and Thomas McKimson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Sep33; MP4323.

  BOSKO'S PARLOR PRANKS. (Happy Harmonies) 1934. 735 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Producers, Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 30Oct34; MP5121.

  BOSKO'S PICTURE SHOW. (Looney Tunes, no. 13) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leon Schlesinger; drawn by Isadore
    Freleng, Max Maxwell; musical score, Frank Marsales.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 18Sep33; MP4287.

  BOSKO'S WOODLAND DAZE. 1933. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Mar33; LP3738.

  BOSOM FRIENDS. Treasure Chest. Educational Pictures. Presented by E.
    W. Hammons. 1934. 778 ft., sd.

    Credits: Narration, F. J. Clemenger; editor, Sam Citron.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 23Apr34; MP4712.

  THE BOSS. © 1915. Based upon the play.

    © World Film Corp. (D. M. Ingleton, author); title, descr. & 154
    prints, 28May15; LU5413.

  THE BOSS DIDN'T SAY GOOD MORNING. 1937. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Jacques Tourneur; screenplay, Douglas Foster;
    narrator, Carey Wilson.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 24Sep37; LP7496.

  THE BOSS OF BAR 20. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ernst Laemmle; story and scenario, Arthur Henry
    Gooden.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13May24; LP20197.

  THE BOSS OF CAMP FOUR. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, W. S. Van Dyke; story, Arthur P. Haskins;
    scenario, Paul Schofield.

    © William Fox; 29May23; LP18992.

  THE BOSS OF COPPERHEAD. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ed. Feeney; story, A. W. Kruckeberg; scenario, R.
    A. Sanborn.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Jun20; LP15292.

  BOSS OF LONELY VALLEY. 1937. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Buck Jones; director, Ray Taylor; story, Forrest
    Brown; screenplay, Frances Guihan.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Oct37; LP7523.

  THE BOSS OF POWDERVILLE. SEE The Grand Passion.

  THE BOSS OF RUSTLER'S ROOST. Leo Maloney Productions. 1928. 4,833 ft.

    Credits: Director, Leo Maloney; story, W. D. Hoffman; adaptation,
    Ford I. Beebe.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 12Jan28; LP24850.

  THE BOSS OF THE FAMILY. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: C. B. Hoadley; director, William W. Beaudine.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14May17; LP10760.

  BOSS OF THE RANCHO. (Western Featurette) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story and continuity, Arthur
    Henry Gooden.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Dec27; LP24782.

  THE BOSS RIDER OF GUN CREEK. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Buck Jones; director, Lesley Selander; story, E.
    B. Mann; screenplay, Frances Guihan.

    © Universal Productions, Inc.; 21Oct36; LP6655.

  THE BOSS'S ORDERS. (Follies Comedies) 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, E. B. Derr; written and directed by Fred Guiol;
    film editor, John Link; music director, Josiah Zuro.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 31Aug30; LP1998.

  LE BOSSU. SEE The Hunchback; or, The Little Parisian Lagardere.

  BOSTON BLACKIE. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Scott Dunlap; story, Jack Boyle; scenario, Paul
    Schofield.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 6May23; LP19080.

  BOSTON BLACKIE'S LITTLE PAL. 1918. 5 reels. From the Red Book Magazine
    story by Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Director, E. Mason Hopper; adaptation, Albert Shelby Le
    Vino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 24Aug18; LP12779.

  BOSTON BLACKIE'S MARY. SEE Blackie's Redemption.

  THE BOSTON TEA PARTY. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Nowland.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 19Mar15; LP4773.

  BOSTON TEA PARTY. Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Feb35; LP5347.

  THE BOSUN'S MATE. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (W. W. Jacobs, author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 28Mar14; LU2438.

  THE BOSWELL SISTERS. 1933. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producers, William Rowland, Monte Brice; director, Monte
    Brice; story, William Rowland; adaptation, Arthur Jarrett, Sr.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Nov33; LP4266.

  BOTH BARRELS. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Laemmle; story and scenario, Robert
    Dillon.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Aug21; LP16856.

  BOTH BARRELS. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Laemmle; story and scenario, Robert
    Dillon.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Feb25; LP21102.

  BOTH BOOTHS. (Star Comedy) 1922. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Craig Hutchinson; story and scenario, A. R.
    Thompson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 11Feb22; LP17548.

  BOTH SIDES OF LIFE. Laemmle. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producers, Robert Leonard, Lynn Reynolds; scenario, Louis
    V. Jefferson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Aug15; LP6252.

  THE BOTTLE. © 1915. From a series of pictures by George Cruikshank.

    © Ideal Film Service, Inc. (Arthur Shirley, author); title, descr. &
    23 prints, 3Sep15; LU6271.

  BOTTLE BABIES. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 12May24; LU20185.

  BOTTLE BABIES. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 2Aug24; LU20460.

  A BOTTLE BABY. (Star Comedy) 1922. 1 reel.

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

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Feb22; LP17576.

  THE BOTTLE IMP. 1917. 5 reels. Based on the story by Robert Louis
    Stevenson.

    Credits: Producer, Marshall Neilan; adaptation, Paul West; scenario,
    Charles Maigne.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.; 22Mar17; LP10420.

  BOTTLES. (Laemmle Novelty) Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Sam B. Jacobson; director, Jacques Rollens.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Nov28; LP25829.

  BOTTLES. (Happy Harmonies) 1936. 1 reel, sd., color.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 13Mar36; MP6313.

  THE BOTTOM OF THE WELL. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Robertson; story, Frederick Upham Adams.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 18Oct17; LP11583.

  BOTTOMS UP. 1934. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, David Butler; story and screenplay, B. G.
    DeSylva, David Butler, Sid Silvers; editor, Irene Morra; music
    director, Constantine Bakaleinikoff.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 13Mar34; LP4569.

  THE BOUDOIR BUTLER. 1932. 22 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Pearce; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Earle Rodney, Harry McCoy, John Grey.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 29Apr32; LP3024.

  THE BOUDOIR DIPLOMAT. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1930. 8 reels. From
    the play by Rudolph Lothar and Fritz Gottwald.

    Credits: Producer, Carl Laemmle, Jr.; director, Malcolm St. Clair;
    screenplay and dialogue, Tom Reed.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Dec30; LP1785.

  BOUGHT. © 1916.

    © World Film Corp. (Lawrence McClusky, author); title, descr. & 116
    prints, 24Jan16; LU7486.

  BOUGHT. 1931. 9 reels, sd. Based on the novel "Jackdaws Strut" by
    Harriet Henry.

    Credits: Director, Archie Mayo; adaptation and dialogue, Charles
    Kenyon, Raymond Griffith.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Sep31; LP2461.

  BOUGHT AND FOUGHT FOR. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Martin Murphy; story, Alma Hearn; scenario,
    Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Jun20; LP15286.

  BOUGHT AND PAID FOR. Peerless. Presented by William A. Brady Picture
    Plays, Inc. in association with World Pictures. © 1916. From the
    play by George Broadhurst.

    Credits: Director, Harley Knoles.

    © William A. Brady (George Broadhurst, author); title & descr.,
    6Nov16; 242 prints, 7Nov16; LU9512.

  BOUGHT AND PAID FOR. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1922. 6 reels. From
    the play by George Broadhurst.

    Credits: Producer and director, William De Mille; adaptation, Clara
    Beranger.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 22Mar22; LP17693.

  BOULDER DAM. Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1936. 7 reels, sd. Based on the story by Dan M.
    Templin.

    Credits: Director, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Sy Bartlett, Ralph
    Block.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Feb36; LP6162.

  THE BOULEVARD SPEED HOUNDS. Nester. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Frederick A. Palmer; director, Burton George.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Aug17; LP11327.

  BOULEVARDIER FROM THE BRONX. (Merrie Melodies) 1936. 7 min., sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, I. Freleng;
    animation, Cal Dalton, Paul Smith; music, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Dec36; MP7012.

  THE BOUNCER. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 28Aug25; LU21779.

  BOUNCING BABIES. (Our Gang Comedies) Presented by Hal Roach. 1929. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Story and production, Robert F. McGowan; story editor, H.
    M. Walker; film editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 23Sep29; LP702.

  BOUND AND GAGGED. © 1919. © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Frank Leon Smith,
    author).

    1. The Wager. © title, descr. & 60 prints, 18Sep19; LU14195.

    2. Overboard. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 18Sep19; LU14196.

    3. Help, Help. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 18Sep19; LU14197.

    4. An Unwilling Princess. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 18Sep19;
    LU14198.

    5. Held for Ransom. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 18Sep19; LU14199.

    6. Out Again, in Again. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 18Sep19;
    LU14200.

    7. The Fatal Error. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 1Nov19; LU14358.

    8. Arrested. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 1Nov19; LU14359.

    9. A Harmless Princess. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 1Nov19;
    LU14360.

    10. Hopley Takes the Liberty. © title, descr. & 40 prints, 1Nov19;
    LU14361.

  BOUND BY THE LEOPARD'S LOVE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, L. W. Chaudet; scenario, William H. Lippert.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (William H. Lippert, author); 26Jun15; LP5728.

  BOUND IN MOROCCO. 1918. 4 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Allan Dwan.

    © Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corp.; 5Aug18; LP12723.

  BOUND ON THE WHEEL. Rex. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Joseph De Grasse; story, Julius G. Furthmann;
    scenario, Ida May Park.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Jul15; LP5862.

  THE BOUNDARY BATTLE. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Josef Levigard; story, Rose Kurland.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Oct28; LP25768.

  THE BOUNDARY LINE. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Crinley; story, William Lester.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Oct25; LP21920.

  THE BOUNDING MAIN. (A Song Hit Story) Educational Films Corp. of
    America. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1934. 939 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Art Jarrett.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 16Nov34; MP5122.

  THE BOUQUET. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 5Apr15; LP4949.

  BOUQUET OF ROSES. (Organlogue, no. 12) © 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Announcements, Norman Brokenshire.

    © Master Art Products, Inc.; 5Aug31; MP2960.

  BOW STRING. (Sportscope, no. 6) 1939. 872 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; supervision, Frank R.
    Donovan.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 27Jan39; MP9127.

  BOW WOW. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Fred W. Jackman; editor, Allen McNeil.

    © Mack Sennett; 11Sep22; LP18204.

  THE BOW WOWS. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 4Mar22; LU17597.

  THE BOWERY. Released by United Artists. 1933. 11 reels, sd. Based on
    the novel by Michael L. Simmons and Bessie R. Solomon.

    Credits: Associate producers, William Goetz, Ray Griffith; director,
    Raoul Walsh; screenplay, Howard Estabrook, James Gleason; film
    editor, Allen McNeil; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 14Oct33; LP4338.

  BOWERY BIMBOS. (An Oswald Animated Sound Cartoon) (A Walter Lantz
    Cartoon) Snappy. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 18Mar30; LP1162.

  THE BOWERY BISHOP. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Colin Campbell; story, Alexander Irvine.

    © Rellimeo Film Syndicate; 1Sep24; LP20536.

  A BOWERY CINDERELLA. Presented by Samuel Zierler. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bernard McEveety; story, Melvin Houston;
    adaptation and scenario by Adrian Johnson.

    © Excellent Pictures Corp.; 7Nov27; LP24645.

  BOWERY DAZE. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Harry Love; animation,
    Allen Rose, Preston Blair; musical score, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 28Mar34; MP4692.

  THE BOWL OF SACRIFICE. 1917.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 111 prints, 2Jan17;
    LU9883.

  BOWLED OVER. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 30Mar23; LU18825.

  BOWS AND ARROWS. (Grantland Rice Sound Sportlight) 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 3Jan30; MP1074.

  BOWS AND ARROWS. (The World of Sports) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Elmer G. Dyer; narrative by Jack Kofoed;
    narration, Dan Seymour; editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Oct39; MP9688.

  BOX CAR BILL FALLS IN LUCK. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Pat Sullivan; animation, Bill Cause.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Jul17; MP975.

  THE BOX OF BANDITS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Aug15; LP6165.

  THE BOX OF CHOCOLATES. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 11Feb15; LP4443.

  A BOX OF TRICKS. Special Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry Wulze; director, John Stepping.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22May17; LP10814.

  BOXING GLOVES. (A Hal Roach Our Gang Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach.
    1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, production and story, Robert McGowan;
    director, Anthony Mack; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor, Richard
    Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 9Sep29; LP666.

  BOY. © 1914. 2 reels.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 31 prints, 13Jul14; LU3023.

  A BOY AND A BAD MAN. (Pioneer Kid Series) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Nelson.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Aug29; LP633.

  A BOY AND HIS DOG. (A Color Rhapsody) (Scrappy) Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1936. 629 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Sid Marcus; animation, Art
    Davis; music, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 15Dec36; MP6977.

  THE BOY AND THE DOG. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 3Apr22; MU2129.

  A BOY AND THE LAW. © 1913.

    © Willis Brown & William Wesley Young; title, descr. & 51 prints,
    17Nov13; LU1593.

  BOY-CRAZY. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William A. Seiter; story. Beatrice Van.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 5Mar22; LP17663.

  THE BOY FRIEND. 1926. 6 reels. From the play "The Book of Charm" by
    John Alexander Kirkpatrick.

    Credits: Director, Monta Bell; adaptation, Alice D. G. Miller; film
    editor, Blanche Sewell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 26Jul26; LP22985.

  THE BOY FRIEND. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry and Harry Bailey.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 17Nov27; MP4479.

  THE BOY FRIEND. Presented by Hal Roach. 1928. 2 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Supervision and story, Leo McCarey; director, Fred L.
    Guiol; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 15Oct28; LP25720.

  BOY FRIEND. 1939. 6,379 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; original story, Lester Ziffren,
    Louis Moore; screenplay, Joseph Hoffman, Barry Trivers; music
    director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19May39; LP9124.

  THE BOY FROM THE GILDED EAST. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: James Dayton; director, Louis William Chaudet.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Aug16; LP9001.

  THE BOY FROM THE POORHOUSE. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 75 prints, 8Jul14; LU2983.

  THE BOY GIRL. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: John C. Brownell; director, Edwin Stevens.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 17Feb17; LP10208.

  THE BOY IN BLUE. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Edwards.

    © Grand-Asher Distributing Corp.; 19Nov23; LP19628.

  BOY MEETS GIRL. 1938. 9 reels, sd. From the stage play by Bella and
    Samuel Spewack.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; screenplay, Bella and Samuel
    Spewack.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12May38; LP8195.

  BOY MEETS JOY. 1939. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Staub; dialogue, Larry Rhine; film editor,
    Charles Maynard; music director, Charles Previn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 17Aug39; LP9042.

  A BOY OF FLANDERS. 1924. 7 reels. From the story "A Dog of Flanders"
    by Ouida [pseud. of Louise De La Ramee].

    Credits: Supervision, Jack Coogan, Sr.; director, Victor
    Schertzinger; continuity and scenario, Walter Anthony; adaptation,
    Marian B. Jackson; editor, Irene Morra.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 2Apr24; LP20159.

  BOY OF MINE. First National. Presented by J. K. McDonald. 1923. 7
    reels. From the book by Booth Tarkington.

    Credits: Director, William Beaudine; scenario, Hope Loring, Louis D.
    Lighton.

    © Associated First National Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec23; LP19783.

  BOY OF THE STREETS. 1937. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Nigh; original story, Rowland Brown;
    adaptation and dialogue, Gilson Brown, Scott Darling.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 29Nov37; LP7660.

  BOY, OH BOY. 1932. 22 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Harry J. Edwards; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Ewart Adamson, Phil Whitman, Clarence Hennecke.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 25Dec32; LP3858.

  BOY, OH BOY. (An Educational Top Notch Comedy) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1936. 1,744 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Al Christie; story, David Freedman.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 14Aug36; LP6551.

  THE BOY RANGERS. 1912. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Oct12; LP33.

  THE BOY RIDER. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; story and continuity, Frank Howard
    Clark.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc. (Frank Howard Clark, author); 23Oct27;
    LP24768.

  BOY SCOUTS TO THE RESCUE. Universal Special. 1918. 2 reels each. ©
    Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    1. Aids of the Nation. © 4Apr18; LP12269.

    2. On the Trail. © 4Apr18; LP12274.

    3. The Great Mine Disaster. © 11Apr18; LP12298.

    4. The Spies' Nest. © 22Apr18; LP12326.

    5. Treachery at Sea. © 22Apr18; LP12342.

  BOY SLAVES. 1939. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, P. J. Wolfson; original story,
    Albert Bein; screenplay, Albert Bein, Ben Orkow; editor, Desmond
    Marquette; music director, Frank Tours.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 10Feb39; LP8634.

  THE BOY, THE GIRL, AND THE AUTO. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Horace Davey; story, Neal Burns; scenario, Al. E.
    Christie.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Jan16; LP7350.

  BOY TROUBLE. 1939. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud; story, Lloyd Corrigan, Monte
    Brice; screenplay, Laura and S. J. Perelman; film editor, Alma
    Macrorie.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 17Feb39; LP8655.

  BOY WANTED. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Lucy S. Oppenheim.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 20Sep13; LP1282.

  BOY WANTED. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Basil Smith; story, Jack Lait.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Dec29; LP1012.

  THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF. 1917. 2 reels. From the story by Richard
    Harding Davis.

    Credits: Director, Edward H. Griffith; adaptation, E. Clement D'Art.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 7May17; LP10723.

  THE BOY WHO SAVED A NATION. (Strange as It Seems) Screen Classics.
    1937. 874 ft., sd.

    Credits: John Hix; director, Leonard M. Poole; editor, Charles
    Diltz; music, Lee Zahler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of Calif., Ltd.; 7Dec37; MP7995.

  BOYHOOD DAYS. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Harry Edward.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Jan23; LP18619.

  BOYHOOD DAYS. SEE Borrah Minevitch and His Musical Rascals in Boyhood
    Days.

  THE BOYHOOD HE FORGOT. Rex. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producers, The Smalleys.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Mar17; LP10332.

  BOYHOOD MEMORIES. (Sound Sportlight) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 10Oct29; MP813.

  BOYS. (Sport Pictorial, no. 17) Town and Country Films, Inc. 1921. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Editor, Grantland Rice.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 12Sep21; MP2028.

  BOY'S LIFE SCREEN REVIEW. © 1918.

    © Arthur DeVere Storey; title, descr. & 13 prints, 15Feb18; MU1143.

  THE BOYS OF I. O. U. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Marguerite Lane, author); 5May14;
    LP2643.

  BOY'S REFORMATORY. 1939. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, Howard
    Bretherton; original story, Ray Trampe, Norman S. Hall; screenplay,
    Ray Trampe, Wellyn Totman.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Apr39; LP8809.

  BOYS TO BOARD. (Hal Roach Our Gang Comedy) © 1923.

    Credits: Director, Tom McNamara.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 32
    prints, 30Mar23; LU18824.

  BOY'S TOWN. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 9 reels, sd.,
    sepia.

    Credits: Producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; director, Norman Taurog;
    original story, Dore Schary, Eleanore Griffin; screenplay, John
    Meehan, Dore Schary; film editor, Elmo Veron; music score, Edward
    Ward.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 7Sep38; LP8276.

  BOYS WILL BE BOYS. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Joseph Byron Totten.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 26Jul15; LP5938.

  BOYS WILL BE BOYS. Goldwyn Studios. 1921. 5 reels. Based on the story
    by Irvin S. Cobb and the play by Charles O'Brien Kennedy.

    Credits: Director, Clarence G. Badger.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 27Jan21; LP16077.

  BOYS WILL BE BOYS. (Warren Doane Comedy) 1932. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Stevens; story, Fred Guiol.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Nov32; LP3412.

  BOYS WILL BE BOYS. 1935. 8 reels, sd. Based on the Narkover
    characterizations of Beachcomber [pseud. of John Bingham Morton].

    Credits: Director, William Beaudine; screenplay, Will Hay, R.
    Edmunds; editor, A. Roome; music, Louis Levy.

    © Gaumont British Picture Corp. of America (Gaumont British Picture
    Corp., Ltd., author); 19Aug35; LP6067.

  BOYS WILL BE GIRLS. (The Beauty Parlor Series, no. 4) Released by F.
    B. O. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reggie Morris; story, H. C. Witwer; adaptation,
    Tom McNamara; continuity, Jean Dupont; supervising editor, James
    Wilkinson.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 19Aug27; LP24314.

  BOYS WILL BE JOYS. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 6Jul25; MU3100.

  BRACE UP. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Elmer Clifton.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 28Feb18; LP12119.

  BRAGA'S DOUBLE. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Henry C. Rowland.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 12Jun15; LP5528.

  BRAGG'S NEW SUIT. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles M. Seay.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 1May13; LP692.

  A BRAHMIN'S DAUGHTER. (Kendall-de Vally Operalogue) Released by
    Educational Film Exchanges, Inc. 1933. 22 min., sd. Suggested by the
    opera "Lakme" by Leo Delibes.

    Credits: Adaptation and supervision, Antoine De Vally; director,
    Howard Higgin.

    © Kendall-de Vally Operalogue Co., Ltd.; 8Jan33; LP3841.

  BRAIN AND BRAWN. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 11Dec24; MU2807.

  THE BRAIN BUSTERS. (Coronet Comedies) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1936. 1,580 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Harry J. Edwards; story, Vernon Smith.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 10Jan36; LP6045.

  THE BRAINLESS HORSEMAN. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ceder.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 22Mar25; LP21362.

  BRAINSTORM. 1917. For Fox Film Corporation. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by H. Edwards.

    © William Fox (H. Edwards, author); 21Jan17; LP10032.

  BRAIN STORMS. (Educational-Mermaid Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Production and supervision. Jack White; director, Stephen
    Roberts.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 10May27; LP23939.

  BRAKES. © 1932.

    © Thermoid Rubber Co. (DeFrenes & Co., author); title, descr. & 2
    prints, 3May32; MU3274.

  THE BRAMBLE BUSH. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tom Terriss; story, Nalbro Bartley; scenario,
    Katharine S. Reed.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 15Aug19; LP14076.

  THE BRAND. Released through Goldwyn. 1919. 7 reels. From the story by
    Rex Beach.

    Credits: Director, Reginald Barker.

    © Rex Beach (Goldwyn Pictures Corp., author); 24Feb19; LP13431.

  THE BRAND OF A CHAMPION. © 1939. Sd.

    © Pabst Brewing Co. (Ralph Schoolman, author); title & descr.,
    2May39; 26 prints, 10Apr39; MU9344.

  THE BRAND OF CAIN. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Wallace C. Clifton; director, Colin Campbell.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 18Nov16; LP9609.

  THE BRAND OF COURAGE. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Hill; story and scenario, George H.
    Plympton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Nov21; LP17251.

  BRAND OF COURAGE. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bruce Mitchell; story and continuity, William
    Lester.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Jan28; LP24858.

  THE BRAND OF COWARDICE. 1916. For the Metro program. 5 reels.

    Credits: Charles M. Maigne; producer, John W. Noble.

    © Rolfe Photoplays, Inc.; 26Oct16; LP9405.

  THE BRAND OF DEATH. Big U. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8May17; LP10734.

  THE BRAND OF HATE. Gold Seal. 1917. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edwin Stevens; story, Elizabeth Burbridge;
    scenario, John C. Brownell.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Jun17; LP10893.

  THE BRAND OF JUDAS. © 1919.

    © Lillian Howarth; title, descr. & 6 prints, 18Apr19; LU13610.

  THE BRAND OF LOPEZ. © 1920.

    © Haworth Pictures Corp. (E. Richard Schayer, author); title, descr.
    & 229 prints, 6Apr20; LU14975.

  THE BRAND OF SATAN. Presented by William A. Brady. © 1917.

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud; story, Jere F. Looney.

    © World Film Corp. (Jere F. Looney, author); title, descr. & 201
    prints, 27Jun17; LU11010.

  BRANDED. 1931. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; story and dialogue, Randall
    Faye; film editor, Gene Milford.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Jun31; LP2318.

  BRANDED. SEE The Branded Woman.

  BRANDED A BANDIT. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Paul Hurst.

    © Arrow Pictures Corp.; 18Dec24; LP20971.

  BRANDED A THIEF. © 1924.

    Credits: Director, Neal Hart.

    © The New-Cal Film Corp. (Neal Hart & Philip LeNoir, authors);
    title, descr. & 368 prints, 4Aug24; LU20467.

  THE BRANDED ARM. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Aquila Film Co., author); title, descr. & 49
    prints, 24Jul14; LU3072.

  BRANDED FOUR. 1920. 2 reels each.

    © Select Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Duke Worne; story and scenario, Hope Loring,
    George W. Pyper.

    1. A Strange Legacy. © 20Jul20; LP15382.

    2. The Devil's Trap. © 24Jul20; LP15385.

    3. Flames of Revenge. © 12Aug20; LP15810.

    4. The Blade of Death. © 30Aug20; LP15478.

    5. Fate's Pawn. © 6Sep20; LP15515.

    6. The Hidden Cave. © 31Aug20; LP15479.

    7. Shanghaied. © 3Sep20; LP15506.

    8. Mutiny. © 9Sep20; LP15526.

    9. The House of Doom. © 2Oct20; LP15607.

    10. The Ray of Destruction. © 3Oct20; LP15679.

    11. Buried Alive. © 18Oct20; LP15977.

    12. Lost to the World. © 28Oct20; LP15738.

    13. The Valley of Death. © 24Oct20; LP15758.

    14. From the Sky. © 28Oct20; LP15739.

    15. Sands of Torment. © 5Nov20; LP15759.

  THE BRANDED MAN. 1918. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Jun18; LP12605.

  BRANDED MEN. 1931. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Phil Goldstone; director, Phil Rosen; story,
    continuity and dialogue, Earle Snell; editor, Earl Turner.

    © Tiffany Productions of California, Inc., Ltd.; 8Nov31; LP3121.

  THE BRANDED SOMBRERO. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Story, Cherry Wilson; scenario and direction, Lambert
    Hillyer.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 21Dec27; LP24771.

  A BRANDED SOUL. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bertram Bracken; story, E. Lloyd Sheldon;
    scenario, Franklin Hall, Bertram Bracken.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 25Nov17; LP11748.

  THE BRANDED SOUL. 1921. 5 reels. From the novel "The Iron Stair" by
    Rita [pseud. of Eliza Margaret J. (Gollan) Humphreys].

    Credits: Director, E. Martin Thornton.

    © Stoll Film Corp. of America; 10Feb21; LP16144.

  THE BRANDED WOMAN. © 1920. Adapted from the play "Branded" by Oliver
    D. Bailey.

    Credits: Director, Albert Parker; adaptation, Anita Loos, Albert
    Parker.

    © Joseph M. Schenck (Anita Loos and Albert Parker, authors); title &
    descr., 6Oct20; 368 prints, 7Oct20; LU15632.

  THE BRANDED WOMAN. 1921. 7 reels. From the play "Branded" by Oliver D.
    Bailey.

    Credits: Director, Albert Parker; adaptation, Anita Loos, Albert
    Parker.

    © Joseph M. Schenck; 7Mar21; LP16235.

  BRANDING BROADWAY. Artcraft. Presented by Thomas H. Ince. 1918. 5
    reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince; director, William S. Hart;
    story and scenario, C. Gardner Sullivan.

    © William S. Hart Productions, Inc.; 8Nov18; LP13042.

  THE BRANDING IRON. 1920. 7 reels. From the story by Katherine Newlin
    Burt.

    Credits: Supervision and direction, Reginald Barker; adaptation, J.
    G. Hawks.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 26Aug20; LP15481.

  BRANDON'S LAST RIDE. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (C. E. McMorris, author); 21Aug14;
    LP3254.

  BRAND'S DAUGHTER. Falcon Features. 1917. 4 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, H. M. and E. D. Horkheimer; director, Harry
    Harvey; story, Harry S. Stabler; scenario, Leslie T. Peacocke.

    © General Film Co., Inc. (Leslie T. Peacocke, author); 9Nov17;
    LP11691.

  BRANNIGAN'S BAND. 1914. Split reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 15Dec14; LP3972.

  BRANSCOMBE'S PAL. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co., Ltd., author); title, descr. &
    25 prints, 28Mar14; LU2440.

  BRANSCOMBE'S PAL. Rex 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Bannister Merwin; producer, Harold Shaw.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jul16; LP8696.

  BRANSFORD IN ARCADIA; or, THE LITTLE EOHIPPUS. © 1914.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 60 prints, 10Aug14; LU3173.

  BRASS. 1923. 9 reels. Adapted from the novel by Charles G. Norris.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Rapf; director, Sidney Franklin; scenario,
    Julian Josephson.

    © Warner Bros.; 28Mar23; LP18817.

  THE BRASS BOTTLE. © 1914.

    © World Film Corp. (Sidney Morgan, author); title & 71 prints,
    2May14; descr., 9May14; LU2694.

  THE BRASS BOTTLE. 1923. 6 reels. Based on the novel by F. Anstey
    [pseud. of Thomas Anstey Guthrie].

    Credits: Producer and director, Maurice Tourneur; scenario, Fred
    Kennedy Myton.

    © M. C. Levee; 3Jul23; LP19170.

  THE BRASS BOWL. 1914. 2 reels. Adapted from the novel by Louis Joseph
    Vance.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 7Mar14; LP2294.

  THE BRASS BOWL. 1924. 6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, Jerome Storm; story, Louis J. Vance; adaptation,
    Thomas Dixon, Jr.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 17Nov24; LP20770.

  THE BRASS BULLET. Universal Special. 1918. 2 reels each. © Universal
    Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    Credits: Producer and director, Ben Wilson; story, Frank R. Adams;
    scenario, Walter Woods.

    1. A Flying Start. © 17Jul18; LP12680.

    2. The Muffled Man. © 19Jul18; LP12687.

    3. The Mysterious Murder. © 3Aug18; LP12714.

    4. Smoked Out. © 17Aug18; LP12756.

    5. The Mock Bride. © 28Aug18; LP12784.

    6. A Dangerous Honeymoon. © 26Aug18; LP12806.

    7. Pleasure Island. © 4Sep18; LP12827.

    8. The Magnetic Bug. © 5Sep18; LP12822.

    9. The Room of Flame. © 18Sep18; LP12887.

    10. A New Peril. © 24Sep18; LP12910.

    11. Evil Waters. © 2Oct18; LP12952.

    12. Caught by Wireless. © 8Sep18; LP12962.

    13. $500 Reward. © 22Oct18; LP13003.

    14. On Trial for His Life. © 9Nov18; LP13022.

    15. In the Shadow. © 9Nov18; LP13023.

    16. The Noose. © 15Nov18; LP13040.

    17. The Avenger. © 18Nov18; LP13049.

    18. The Amazing Confession. © 21Nov18; LP13061.

  BRASS BUTTON. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ted Bursten.

    © Arrow Pictures Corp.; 7Mar25; LP21253.

  BRASS BUTTONS. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Louis M. Lavin, author); title, descr. &
    82 prints, 26Dec14; LU4032.

  BRASS BUTTONS. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; story and scenario, Stephen Fox.

    © American Film Co., Inc. (Stephen Fox, author); 31Mar19; LP13550.

  THE BRASS CHECK. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Maxwell Karger; director, William S. Davis;
    story, George Allan England; scenario, June Mathis.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 4Mar18; LP12138.

  THE BRASS CHOIR. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Electrical Research Products, Inc.; 10Dec30; MP2543.

  THE BRASS CHOIR. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (Peter W. Dykema, author); 21Mar38;
    MP8976.

  BRASS COMMANDMENTS. 1923. 5 reels. Based on the novel by Charles A.
    Seltzer.

    Credits: Director, Lynn Reynolds; scenario, Charles Kenyon.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 28Jan23; LP19033.

  THE BRASS GIRL. Victor. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Burk Symon; director, Matt Moore.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Aug17; LP11189.

  BRASS KNUCKLES. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; story and scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Nov27; LP24701.

  A BRASS MONKEY. 1917. 2 reels. From the comedy by Charles Hoyt.

    Credits: Director, J. A. Richmond.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 11May17; LP10802.

  THE BRAT. Presented by Richard A. Rowland and Maxwell Karger. 1919. 7
    reels. Adapted from the play by Maude Fulton.

    Credits: Supervision, Maxwell Karger; director, Herbert Blache;
    scenario, June Mathis; adaptation, Charles Bryant.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 18Aug19; LP14087.

  THE BRAT. 1931. 6,000 ft., sd. From the play by Maude Fulton.

    Credits: Director, John Ford; adaptation, continuity and dialogue,
    S. N. Behrman, Sonya Levien; editor, Alex. Troffey.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 21Jul31; LP2387.

  BRATS. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1930. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, James Parrott; story, Leo McCarey; dialogue, H.
    M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 31Mar30; LP1190.

  BRAVE AND BOLD. 1918. 5 reels. Based on the story "Four-forty at the
    Fort Penn" by Perley Poore Sheehan.

    Credits: Direction and scenario, Carl Harbaugh.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 5May18; LP12390.

  BRAVE COWARDS. (Cameo Comedy) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Mark Sandrich.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 2Aug27; LP24258.

  THE BRAVE DESERVE THE FAIR. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Tom Mix, author); 9Oct15; LP6607.

  A BRAVE HEART. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 17Sep27; MU4311.

  BRAVE LITTLE TAILOR. (A Walt Disney Mickey Mouse) 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 16Sep38; MP8826.

  BRAVE LITTLE WALDO. 1917. 1 reel.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 5Feb17; LP10135.

  THE BRAVE TIN SOLDIER. (A Comic Color Cartoon) 1934. 1 reel, color.

    Credits: Animation, Jimmie Culhane, Al Eugster.

    © Celebrity Productions, Inc.; 5Apr34; MP4684.

  BRAVEHEART. Presented by Cecil B. De Mille. Released by Producers
    Distributing Corp. 1925. 7 reels. From the play "Strongheart" by
    William C. De Mille.

    Credits: Producer and director, Alan Hale; adaptation, Mary O'Hara.

    © Cinema Corporation of America; 28Dec25; LP22170.

  THE BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE. Joker. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Allen Curtis; story, Thomas Delmar; scenario,
    Clarence Badger.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Aug15; LP6152.

  BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE. (An Historical Mystery) Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd., sepia.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Herman Boxer; historical
    compilations, Charles E. Whittaker; narrator, Carey Wilson.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 10Aug38; LP8231.

  THE BRAVEST WAY. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, George H. Melford; story, Edith Kennedy.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 25May18; LP12464.

  BRAVING BLAZES. © 1916.

    Credits: James O. Walsh, Rex A. Taylor, Joseph A. Richmond.

    © United States Motion Picture Corp.; title, descr. & 119 prints,
    27Dec16; LU9824.

  BRAWN OF THE NORTH. First National. 1922. 8 reels.

    Credits: Producers, Laurence Trimble, Jane Murfin; continuity,
    Philip E. Hubbard.

    © Laurence Trimble & Jane Murfin; 1Nov22; LP18350.

  BRAY NOVELTY MAGAZINE. 1927. 1 reel each. © The Bray Productions, Inc.

    © 15Jan27; MP3738.

    © 7Feb27; MP3775.

    © 15Mar27; MP3821.

    © 8Apr27; MP3946.

    © 30Apr27; MP3977.

  THE BRAZEN BEAUTY. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tod Browning; story, Louise Winters; scenario,
    William E. Wing.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 31Aug18; LP12804.

  BRAZIL. 1932, 1933. 2 reels. Contents.—pt. 1. Amazonian lowlands.—pt.
    2. Eastern highlands.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (G. W. Hoke, author); pt. 1, 7Dec32;
    pt. 2, 20Jan33; MP3878.

  BREACH OF PROMISE. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1932. 7 reels, sd.
    Based on the story "Obscurity" by Rupert Hughes.

    Credits: Director, Paul L. Stein; screenplay, Ben Verschleiser;
    adaptation and continuity, John Goodrich; dialogue, Anthony Veiller;
    film editor, Charles Kraft.

    © Benjamin Verschleiser; 23Oct32; LP3509.

  BREAD. 1918. 6 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Jul18; LP12715.

  BREAD. Presented by Louis B. Mayer. 1924. 7 reels. Based on the novel
    by Charles G. Norris.

    Credits: Director, Victor Schertzinger; adaptation, Leonore Coffee;
    continuity, Albert Lewin.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 23Jul24; LP20481.

  BREAD ON THE WATERS. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Bannister Merwin.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 7Mar13; LP479.

  BREAD UPON THE WATERS. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (William Addison Lathrop, author);
    11Jul14; LP3000.

  BREAD UPON THE WATERS. SEE Strange Wives.

  BREAK AWAY. (Educational-Christie Comedies) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harold Beaudine; story, Frank Roland Conklin.

    © Christie Film Co.; 12Jan27; LP23524.

  BREAK, BREAK, BREAK. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Sydney Ayres, author); title, descr. & 58
    prints, 17Sep14; LU3373.

  BREAK, BREAK, BREAK. SEE A Day That Is Dead.

  THE BREAK OF DAY. (Fables, no. 399) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Mannie Davis.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 2Jan29; MP5693.

  BREAK OF HEARTS. 1935. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, Philip Moeller;
    story, Lester Cohen; screenplay, Sarah Y. Mason, Victor Heerman,
    Anthony Veiller; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31May35; LP5646.

  BREAK THE NEWS TO MOTHER. 1919. 5 reels. Founded on the song by
    Charles K. Harris.

    © Select Pictures Corp.; 5May19; LP13679.

  BREAK THE TAPE FIRST! 1937. 1 reel.

    © Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. (Vocafilm Corp., author); 29Dec37; MP8072.

  THE BREAKER. Released thru Kleine-Edison-Selig-Essanay Service. 1916.
    83 min. From the story by Arthur Stringer.

    Credits: Arranged and directed by Fred E. Wright.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 22Nov16; LP9584.

  BREAKERS AHEAD. Presented by B. A. Rolfe. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Brabin; story and scenario, Charles J.
    Brabin, H. P. Keeler.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 18Mar18; LP12200.

  BREAKFAST AT SUNRISE. 1927. 7 reels. From the play by André Birabeau.

    Credits: Director, Malcolm St. Clair; screen story, Fred de Gresac;
    adaptation, Gladys Unger.

    © Joseph M. Schenck; 30Aug27; LP24335.

  BREAKFAST FOR TWO. 1937. 65 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Kaufman; director, Alfred Santell; story,
    David Garth; screenplay, Charles Kaufman, Paul Yawitz, Viola
    Brothers Shore; editor, George Hively.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Oct37; LP7577.

  BREAKFAST IN BED. (Rainbow Comedies) Presented by E. B. Derr. 1930. 2
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Lalley; director, Fred Guiol; story, Robert
    Besche; screenplay, Charles Callahan; film editor, John Link.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 22Oct30; LP1741.

  BREAKIN' LOOSE. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Vin Moore; story, W. C. Tuttle.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Nov25; LP22063.

  BREAKING CAMP. SEE Roosevelt Brazilian Expedition.

  BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS. © 1917.

    © Charles S. Henshaw; title, descr. & 85 prints, 19Apr17; LU10608.

  BREAKING EVEN; or, FALSE PEARLS. © 1914.

    © Pathé Frères (Messter Film. G.m.b.H., author); title, descr. & 25
    prints, 21Feb14; LU2189.

  BREAKING EVEN. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story, Harry W. Conn.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 29Sep32; LP3337.

  BREAKING HOME TIES. © 1922.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Frank N. Seltzer & George K. Rolands,
    authors); title, descr. & 118 prints, 11Nov22; LU18390.

  BREAKING IN. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Elaine Sterne, author); 14Jan15; LP4206.

  BREAKING INTO JAIL. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (E. Lynn Summers, author); 4Aug14; LP3141.

  BREAKING INTO SOCIETY. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Hunt Stromberg.

    © Hunt Stromberg Productions; 30Aug23; LP19362.

  THE BREAKING POINT. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1924. 7 reels. From the novel and play by Mary Roberts
    Rinehart.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Brenon; screenplay, Julie Herne, Edfrid
    Bingham.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 23Apr24; LP20114.

  BREAKING THE FAMILY STRIKE. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: H. J. Shepard; director, Matt Moore.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Apr17; LP10663.

  BREAKING THE ICE. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 2Apr25; LU21309.

  BREAKING THE NEWS. (Paramount Paragraphics) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Justin Herman; narrator, Ted Husing; editors, Leslie Roush,
    Robert Blanvelt.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 25Aug39; MP9612.

  BREAKING THE SHACKLES. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Frank Hart.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Aug15; LP6210.

  BREAKING THROUGH. 1921. 2 reels each. © Vitagraph Co. of America.

    Credits: Director, Robert Ensminger; story and scenario, C. Graham
    Baker.

    1. © 29Aug21; LP16917.

    2. © 29Aug21; LP16918.

    3. © 6Sep21; LP16929.

    4. © 23Sep21; LP16982.

    5. © 10Oct21; LP17061.

    6. © 10Oct21; LP17062.

    7. © 2Nov21; LP17137.

    8. © 2Nov21; LP17138.

    9. © 15Nov21; LP17183.

    10. © 21Nov21; LP17219.

    11. © 29Nov21; LP17246.

    12. © 3Dec21; LP17282.

    13. © 12Dec21; LP17351.

    14. © 21Dec21; LP17382.

    15. © 27Dec21; LP17406.

  BREAKING THROUGH THE APPALACHIAN BARRIER. (Westward movement, no. 1)
    1920. 1 reel.

    © Society for Visual Education, Inc. (E. U. Rugg, author); 1Oct20;
    MP1862.

  THE BREAKS OF THE GAME. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Nowland.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Jun15; LP5583.

  THE BREATH OF ARABY. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles L. Gaskill.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Charles L. Gaskill, author); 8Apr15;
    LP4979.

  A BREATH OF BROADWAY. SEE Jack Waldron in A Breath of Broadway.

  THE BREATH OF SCANDAL. Preferred. 1925. 7 reels. Based on the story by
    Edwin Balmer.

    Credits: Director, Gasnier; screen adaptation, Eve Unsell.

    © B. P. Schulberg Productions, Inc.; 4Mar25; LP21212.

  THE BREATH OF THE GODS. Jewel. 1920. 6 reels. From the story by Sydney
    McCall [pseud. of Mary McNeil Fenollosa].

    Credits: Adaptation and direction, Rollin Sturgeon.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Jul20; LP15346.

  BREATHING. 1929. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 28Sep29;
    MP1319.

  THE BREATHLESS MOMENT. 1923. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert F. Hill; story, Raymond C. Schrock, Harvey
    Gates; scenario, William S. Wing.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Dec23; LP19739.

  BREATHLESS MOMENTS. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Produced & directed by Charles E. Ford; narrator, Graham
    McNamee; editor, Joseph O'Brien; musical adaptation, Milton
    Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Feb38; MP8184.

  BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY. Released by F. B. O. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Dillon; story, Louis Weadock, C. D.
    Lancaster; scenario, Gerald C. Duffy.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 15Nov26; LP23329.

  BREED OF COURAGE. Released by F. B. O. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Howard Mitchell; story, John Stuart Twist;
    adaptation, Leon D'Usseau.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 7Aug27; LP24269.

  BREED OF MEN. Artcraft. Presented by Thomas H. Ince. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince; director, Lambert Hillyer;
    story, J. G. Hawks.

    © William S. Hart Productions, Inc.; 20Jan19; LP13317.

  THE BREED OF THE BORDER. Released by F. B. O. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer and director, Harry Garson; story, William D.
    Hoffman; continuity, Paul Gangelin, Dorothy Arzner.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 28Dec24; LP21194.

  BREED OF THE BORDER. 1933. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Trem Carr, Paul Malvern; director, Robert N.
    Bradbury; story and continuity, Harry O. Jones.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 25Apr33; LP3831.

  BREED OF THE SEA. Released by F. B. O. 1926. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince; story, Peter B. Kyne; adaptation, J.
    G. Hawks; continuity, J. Grubb Alexander.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 27Sep26; LP23212.

  BREED OF THE SUNSETS. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Wallace W. Fox; story, S. E. V. Taylor;
    screenplay, Oliver Drake.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 5Mar28; LP25039.

  A BREEZE FROM THE SOUTH. SEE Gilbert Wells in A Breeze from the South.

  BREEZING ALONG. (Educational-Hamilton Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 2May27; LP23910.

  BREEZING HOME. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edmund Grainger; director, Milton
    Carruth; original story, Finley Peter Dunne, Jr., Philip Dunne;
    screenplay, Charles Grayson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Jan37; LP6879.

  BREEZY RHYTHM. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Waller; continuity Milton Hocky, Fred Rath.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 10Apr36; MP6388.

  BRENNON O' THE MOOR. Universal Special. 1916. 2 reels. Based on an old
    Irish poem.

    Credits: Produced and written by Grace Cunard, Francis Ford.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Aug16; LP8925.

  BREWSTER'S MILLIONS. © 1914.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Melville Stone and Winchell
    Smith, authors); title, descr. & 17 prints, 9Apr14; LU2478.

  BREWSTER'S MILLIONS. 1921. 6 reels. From the novel by George Barr
    McCutcheon and the play by Winchell Smith.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; scenario, Walter Woods.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 4Jan21; LP15988.

  BREWSTER'S MILLIONS. 1935. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Wilcox; screenplay, Arthur Wimperis.

    © British & Dominions Film Corp., Ltd.; 16Apr35; LP5470.

  BREWSTER'S MILLIONS. SEE Miss Brewster's Millions.

  BRICK-A-BRAC. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Sam White; story, Leslie
    Goodwins, Ewart Adamson; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Jan35; LP5253.

  BRICK DUST ROW. SEE Everybody's Girl.

  BRICK TOP. Big U. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directed and written by John McDermott.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 7Sep16; LP9065.

  BRIDAL BAIL. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, George Stevens; story, Jean
    Yarbrough, Dick Smith; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Feb34; LP4530.

  BRIDAL GRIEFS. (Superba, no. 2) 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Charles E. Roberts; story,
    Charles Roberts, George Jeske; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Feb37; LP6945.

  BRIDAL NIGHT. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Jun30; MP1625.

  THE BRIDAL PATH. SEE All's Fair in Love.

  BRIDAL SUITE. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 7 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Edgar Selwyn; director, William Thiele; story,
    Gottfried Reinhardt, Virginia Faulkner; screenplay, Samuel
    Hoffenstein; film editor, Frank E. Hull; music, Arthur Gutmann.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 25May39; LP8889.

  THE BRIDE. (James Montgomery Flagg's Girls You Know) 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Jack Eaton.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 19Dec17; LP11886.

  THE BRIDE. SEE The Danger Girl.

  BRIDE AND GLOOM. Rolin Film Co. © 1918.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 17
    prints, 24Jun18; LU12580.

  BRIDE AND GLOOMY. (Educational's Comedies) (Tuxedo Comedies) 1931. 20
    min., sd.

    Credits: Director, A. Leslie Pearce; story, John Kirkpatrick;
    dialogue, Walter DeLeon, Neal Burns.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 22Mar31; LP2075.

  THE BRIDE COMES HOME. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Wesley Ruggles; story, Elizabeth Sanxay Holding;
    screenplay, Claude Binyon.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 7Jan36; LP6036.

  A BRIDE FOR HENRY. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Dorothy Reid; director, William Nigh; story,
    Josephine Bentham; adaptation, Marion Orth.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Sep37; LP7448.

  THE BRIDE OF FEAR. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Direction and scenario, S. A. Franklin; story, Bennett
    Cohn.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 7Apr18; LP12284.

  BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN. A James Whale production. Presented by Carl
    Laemmle. 1935. 8 reels, sd. Suggested by the story by Mary
    Wollstonecraft Shelley.

    Credits: Producer, Carl Laemmle, Jr.; director, James Whale;
    screenplay, William Hurlbut; adaptation, William Hurlbut, John L.
    Balderston; editorial supervision, Maurice Pivar; film editor, Ted
    Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 26Apr35; LP5500.

  THE BRIDE OF HATE. 1924. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Walter Edwards; story, John Lynch.

    © Tri-Stone Pictures, Inc.; 12Jun24; LP20306.

  BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR. © 1914. Based on the novel by Sir Walter Scott.

    Credits: Arthur Maude.

    © Kennedy Features, Inc. (Arthur Maude, author); title, descr. & 56
    prints, 11Feb14; LU2128.

  THE BRIDE OF THE NANCY LEE. Laemmle. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Lynn Reynolds.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Dec15; LP7172.

  BRIDE OF THE REGIMENT. First National and Vitaphone. 1930. 12 reels,
    sd., color. Based on the operetta "The Lady in Ermine" by Rudolph
    Schanzer and Ernst Welisch.

    Credits: Producer, John Francis Dillon; screen version, Humphrey
    Pearson.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 27Jun30; LP1388.

  THE BRIDE OF THE REVOLUTION; or, THE REVOLUTION MARRIAGE. 1913. 2
    reels.

    © European Feature Film Corp. (German Bioscope Co., author);
    20Jan13; LP289.

  BRIDE OF THE STORM. 1926. 7 reels. From the novel "Maryland, My
    Maryland" by James Francis Dwyer.

    Credits: Producer and director, J. Stuart Blackton; adaptation,
    Marian Constance.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Feb26; LP22430.

  BRIDE 13. 1920. 2 reels each. Adapted from the story by E. Lloyd
    Sheldon. © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author).

    Credits: Director, Richard Stanton; adaptation, Edward Sedgwick;
    scenario, Edward Sedgwick, assisted by Thomas F. Fallon.

    1. Snatched from the Altar. © 5Sep20; LP15715.

    2. The Pirate's Fangs. © 12Sep20; LP15750.

    3. The Craft of Despair. © 19Sep20; LP15716.

    4. The Vulture's Prey. © 26Sep20; LP15751.

    5. The Torture Chamber. © 3Oct20; LP15717.

    6. The Tarantula's Trail. © 10Oct20; LP15718.

    7. Tongues of Flame. © 17Oct20; LP15719.

    8. Entombed. © 24Oct20; LP15720.

    9. Hurled from the Clouds. © 31Oct20; LP15752.

    10. The Cavern of Terror. © 7Nov20; LP15832.

    11. Greyhounds of the Sea. © 14Nov20; LP15833.

    12. Creeping Peril. © 21Nov20; LP15834.

    13. The Reefs of Treachery. © 28Nov20; LP15883.

    14. The Fiendish Tribesmen. © 5Dec20; LP15892.

    15. Thundering Vengeance. © 12Dec20; LP15922.

  THE BRIDE-TO-BE. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 20Jul22; LU18066.

  THE BRIDE WALKS OUT. 1936. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Small; director, Leigh Jason; original
    story, Howard Emmett Rogers; screenplay, P. J. Wolfson, Philip G.
    Epstein; editor, Arthur Roberts; music director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Jul36; LP6542.

  THE BRIDE WORE RED. 1937. 11 reels, sd., b&w. From a play by Ferenc
    Molnar.

    Credits: Producer, Joseph L. Mankiewicz; director, Dorothy Arzner;
    screenplay, Tess Slesinger, Bradbury Foote; film editor, Adrienne
    Fazan; music score, Franz Waxman.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 4Oct37; LP7643.

  THE BRIDEGROOM. RCA Photophone, Inc. Presented by Radio Pictures.
    1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Dick Currier; director, J. Leo Meehan; editor,
    Arthur F. Ellis.

    © RKO Productions, Inc.; 2Feb30; LP1204.

  BRIDEGROOM FOR TWO. 1932. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Richard Eichberg; story, Fred Thompson, E.
    Poulton; adaptation, Walter Mycroft, Frederick Jackson.

    © British International Pictures (America) Inc. (British
    International Pictures, Ltd., author); 16Jan32; LP2795.

  BRIDES ARE LIKE THAT. First National. 1936. 7 reels, sd. From the play
    "Applesauce" by Barry Connors.

    Credits: Director, William McGann; screenplay, Ben Markson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Mar36; LP6248.

  THE BRIDE'S AWAKENING. 1918. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Z. Leonard; scenario, F. McGrew Willis.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 27Apr18; LP12346.

  THE BRIDE'S BEREAVEMENT; or, THE SNAKE IN THE GRASS. 1932. 2 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Edward Earle, Louis Brock; director, Robert F.
    Hill; story, Walter Weems, Edward Earle; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 16Dec32; LP3504.

  THE BRIDE'S MISTAKE. (Educational's Comedies) (Mack Sennett Comedies)
    1931. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Earle Rodney; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Harry McCoy, Ewart Adamson, Walter Weems, Jack Jevne.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 1Mar31; LP2129.

  THE BRIDE'S PLAY. 1922. 7 reels. From the story by Donn Byrne.

    Credits: Director, George W. Terwilliger; scenario, Mildred
    Considine.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 4Jan22; LP17421.

  THE BRIDE'S RELATIONS. 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); 10Apr29; LP295.

  THE BRIDESMAID'S SECRET. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 22Feb16; LP7702.

  THE BRIDGE; or, THE BIGGER MAN. 1915. 5 reels. Based on the play by
    Rupert Hughes.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 20Sep15; LP6784.

  BRIDGE. SEE

    Name the Woman.

    Social Hypocrites.

  THE BRIDGE ACROSS. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 30Mar15; LP4879.

  BRIDGE AHOY! 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Seymour Kneitel,
    Roland Crandall.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 1May36; MP6428.

  BRIDGE IT IS. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 12May32; LP3028.

  THE BRIDGE OF FANCY. (Do Children Count?) 1917. 25 min.

    Credits: Director, L. C. Windom; story, Charles Mortimer Peck.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 10Aug17; LP11246.

  THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY. 1929. 10 reels. From the story by Thornton
    Wilder.

    Credits: Director, Charles Brabin; adaptation, Alice D. G. Miller;
    film editor, Margaret Booth; musical score, Carli Elinor.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 1Apr29; LP266.

  THE BRIDGE OF SHADOWS. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); title, descr. & 81
    prints, 11Oct13; LU1380.

  THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Will M. Ritchey, author); 9Jun15; LP5505.

  THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. Union Cinematografica Italiana, Italy. 1922. 9
    reels. From the novel by Michele Zevaco.

    © Unity Pictures, Inc. (Unione Cinematografica Italiana, author);
    1Jul22; LP21108.

  THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. 1925. 7 reels.

    Credits: Charles K. Harris; director, Phil Rosen; screen version,
    Hope Loring, Louis Duryea Lighton.

    © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 24Jan25; LP21065.

  THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. 1936. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story and screenplay, Arthur T.
    Horman.

    © Invincible Pictures Corp.; 18Feb36; LP6143.

  THE BRIDGE OF SORROW. © 1913. 2 reels.

    © Gaumont Co.; title, descr. & 32 prints, 4Jan13; LU244.

  THE BRIDGE OF THE GODS. © 1914. From the book by F. H. Balch.

    Credits: Dramatized and produced by Mabel Ferris.

    © Lee Keedick (Mabel Ferris, author); title, descr. & 70 prints,
    30Oct14; LU3720.

  THE BRIDGE OF TIME. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Beal.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Roy L. McCardell, author); 25Sep15; LP6529.

  THE BRIDGE THAT FAILED. © 1913.

    © Eclectic Film Co. (Vanylle, author); title, descr. & 40 prints,
    23Dec13; LU1846.

  BRIDGE WIVES. (Cameo Comedies) 1932. 11 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, William Goodrich; story and dialogue, Ernest
    Pagano, Jack Townley.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 21Feb32; LP3059.

  BRIDGES BURNED. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Mme. Petrova; director, Perry Vekroff; adaptation, Wallace
    C. Clifton.

    © Popular Plays and Players, Inc.; 29Jan17; LP10087.

  BRIDGET'S BLUNDER. © 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Rex A. Taylor, James O. Walsh, Joseph A. Richmond, William
    Fables, James A. Harris and Horace G. Plimpton.

    © United States Motion Picture Corp.; title, descr. & 152 prints,
    14Oct16; LU9314.

  BRIDLE BYWAYS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) Presented by the Van
    Beuren Corp. 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Mar29; MP5903.

  THE BRIEF DEBUT OF TILDY. 1918. 2 reels. Adapted from a story by O.
    Henry [pseud. of William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell; adaptation, A. Van Buren Powell.

    © Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.; 17Jun18; LP12610.

  BRIEF MOMENT. 1933. 7 reels, sd. From the stage play by S. N. Behrman.

    Credits: Director, David Burton; adaptation, Edith Fitzgerald, Brian
    Marlow; screenplay, Brian Marlow; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Sep33; LP4095.

  BRIGADIER GERARD. © 1915.

    © John William Smith (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & Barker Films, Ltd.,
    authors); title, descr. & 126 prints, 4Nov15; LU6852.

  BRIGADIER GERARD. Red Feather. 1916. 5 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 15Mar16; LP7828.

  THE BRIGAND'S DAUGHTER. © 1913.

    © Pasquali American Co. (Pasquali Co., author); title, descr. & 92
    prints, 24Oct13; LU1450.

  BRIGHT EYES. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mal St. Clair.

    ** © Mack Sennett; 23Dec21; LP17641.

  BRIGHT EYES. 1934. 7,741 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, David Butler; story, David Butler, Edwin Burke;
    screenplay, William Conselman; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 28Dec34; LP5234.

  THE BRIGHT LIGHTS. © 1916.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Roscoe Arbuckle, author); title, descr. & 114
    prints, 10Mar16; LU7792.

  THE BRIGHT LIGHTS. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Roscoe Arbuckle.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); 14Feb16; LP9152.

  BRIGHT LIGHTS. (Bobby Vernon Comedies) 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Walter Graham.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 13Sep24; LP20567.

  BRIGHT LIGHTS. 1925. 7 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Z. Leonard; story, Richard Connell;
    scenario and adaptation, Jessie Burns, Lew Lipton; editor, William
    Le Vanway.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; 1Dec25; LP22058.

  BRIGHT LIGHTS. (An Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walt Disney.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Mar28; LP25033.

  BRIGHT LIGHTS. 1930. 10 reels.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; story, Humphrey Pearson.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 3Sep30; LP1575.

  BRIGHT LIGHTS. First National. 1935. 83 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Busby Berkeley; story, Lois Leeson; screenplay,
    Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby; adaptation, Ben Markson, Benny Rubin; film
    editor, Herbert Lenard; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; music,
    Mort Dixon, Allie Wrubel.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Aug35; LP5723.

  THE BRIGHT LIGHTS DIMMED. Metro-Drew. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 9Feb18; LP12054.

  BRIGHT LIGHTS OF BROADWAY. 1923. 7 reels, tinted.

    Credits: Gerald C. Duffy; producer, B. F. Zeidman.

    © Principal Pictures Corp.; 23Oct23; LP19518.

  BRIGHT MOMENTS. SEE Jack Benny in Bright Moments.

  THE BRIGHT SHAWL. First National. 1923. 8 reels. From the story by
    Joseph Hergesheimer.

    Credits: Producer, John S. Robertson; scenario, Edmund Goulding.

    © Inspiration Pictures, Inc.; 16Apr23; LP18873.

  BRILLIANT MARRIAGE. 1936. 7 reels, sd. From the novel by Ursula
    Parrott.

    Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; screenplay, Paul Perez.

    © Invincible Pictures Corp.; 3Apr36; LP6260.

  BRING 'EM BACK A LIE. (A Van Ronkel Comedy) 1935. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, Raymond Cannon.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 26Jul35; LP5684.

  BRING 'EM BACK A WIFE. Presented by Hal Roach. 1933. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 9Jan33; LP3548.

  BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures. 1932. 7 reels,
    sd. Suggested by the book by Frank Buck with Edward Anthony.

    Credits: Director, Clyde E. Elliott; music, Gene Rodemich.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 24Jun32; LP3152.

  BRING 'EM BACK HALF SHOT. (Aesop's Sound Fables) The Van Beuren Corp.
    1932. 7 min.

    Credits: John Foster, Mannie Davis.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Sep32; MP3555.

  BRING 'EM BACK SOBER. (Mack Sennett Star Comedy) 1932. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Babe Stafford.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 22Nov32; LP3428.

  BRING HIM IN. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: H. H. Van Loan; director, Earle Williams, Robert Ensminger;
    adaptation, Thomas Dixon, Jr.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 1Sep21; LP16926.

  BRING HOME THE TURKEY. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 14Jan27; LU23532.

  BRING ME HIS EARS. SEE Borderland.

  BRING ON THE GIRLS. (Broadway Brevity) (Big Time Vaudeville) 1937. 10
    min., sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 3May37; LP7100.

  BRING ON THE GROOM. (Star Comedy) 1921. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, James Clemens; story, Frank Roland Conklin;
    scenario, W. Scott Darling.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Mar21; LP16254.

  BRINGIN' HOME THE BACON. (Buffalo Bill, Jr., no. 4) Action Pictures,
    Inc. Presented by W. T. Lackey and Lester F. Scott, Jr. © 1924. From
    the story "Bucking the Big Four" by Christopher B. Booth.

    Credits: Director, Richard Thorpe; story, Christopher B. Booth.

    © Artclass Pictures Corp.; title, descr. & 279 prints, 6Dec24;
    LU20850.

  BRINGING HOME FATHER. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Worthington; scenario, Bess Meredyth.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 5May17; LP10720.

  BRINGING HOME THE PUP. 1912. 650 ft.

    Credits: Todd Carson.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Oct12; LP48.

  BRINGING THEM TO THE SALESROOM. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 15Sep27;
    MP4415.

  BRINGING UP BABY. 1938. 11 reels.

    Credits: Director, Howard Hawks; story, Hagar Wilde; screenplay,
    Dudley Nichols, Hagar Wilde; editor, George Hively; music director,
    Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Feb38; LP7859.

  BRINGING UP BETTY. Apfel. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Oscar Apfel; story, Charles Sarver; scenario,
    Clara Beranger.

    © World Film Corp. (Charles Sarver, Clara Beranger, authors); title
    & descr., 31Jul19; 289 prints, 28Jul19; LU14006.

  BRINGING UP BUDDY. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Aug23; LP19392.

  BRINGING UP FATHER. 1928. 7 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the newspaper
    cartoon feature by George McManus.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jack Conway; story, George McManus;
    continuity, Frances Marion; film editor, Margaret Booth.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 17Mar28; LP25177.

  BRINGING UP HUBBY. © 1914. 35 mm.

    Credits: Screenplay, W. E. Wing.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (W. E. Wing, author); title, descr. & 34
    prints, 22Jan14; LU2004.

  THE BRINK. Laemmle. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Lynn Reynolds.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Apr16; LP8018.

  THE BRINK OF THE ABYSS. © 1912.

    © Société Française des Films & Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 48 prints, 17Oct12; LU46.

  A BRINY BOOB. (Billy Dooley Comedies) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Sig Herzig.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 19Oct26; LP23227.

  BRITAIN PREPARED. © 1916.

    © Charles Urban; title, descr. & 352 prints, 29Feb16; MU533.

  BRITAIN'S CROWN JEWELS. 1937. 1 reel.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 25Feb37; MP7221.

  BRITISH AGENT. Presented by First National Productions Corp. and The
    Vitaphone Corp. 1934. 9 reels, sd. Suggested by the book by R. H.
    Bruce Lockhart.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; screenplay, Laird Doyle; dialogue
    director, Frank McDonald.

    © First National Pictures. Inc.; 26Sep34; LP4973.

  THE BRITISH CONVICT SHIP SUCCESS. © 1915.

    © Heerey & Reardon; title, descr. & 2 prints, 19Oct15; MU434.

  BRITISH GUIANA. (A FitzPatrick Traveltalk) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Compiled by James A. FitzPatrick.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 13Dec33; MP4500.

  BRITT WOOD, THE BOOB, AND HIS HARMONICA. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Bryan Foy; music director, Bert Fiske.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 17Oct27; MP4386.

  BRITTON OF THE SEVENTH. 1915. 4 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lionel Belmore.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Cyrus Townsend Brady, author);
    8Dec15; LP7643.

  BROAD DAYLIGHT. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; story, Harvey Gates, George W.
    Pyper; scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 7Oct22; LP18296.

  BROAD MINDED. 1931. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Mervyn LeRoy; story, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 26Jun31; LP2316.

  BROADCASTING. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (L. K. Deighton, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 11Oct22; LU18300.

  BROADCASTING. (Pen and Ink Vaudeville) 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Earl Hurd.

    © Hurd Productions, Inc.; 14Jan25; LP21028.

  BROADENING YOUR MARKET. 1936. Filmstrip, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 4Dec36; MP6983.

  BROADWAY. Super-Jewel. 1929. 12 reels. Based on the play by Philip
    Dunning and George Abbott.

    Credits: Director, Paul Fejos.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Jun29; LP459.

  BROADWAY AFTER DARK. 1924. 7 reels. Based on the play by Owen Davis.

    Credits: Director, Monta Bell; adaptation, Douglas Z. Doty.

    © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 21Apr24; LP20124.

  BROADWAY AND HOME. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: John Lynch; director, Alan Crosland; scenario by the R.
    Cecil Smiths.

    © Selznick Pictures Corp.; 1Dec20; LP15874.

  BROADWAY BAB. SEE Ruth of the Rockies. (Serial)

  BROADWAY BABIES. Presented by Richard A. Rowland. 1929. 9 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Robert North; director, Mervyn Le Roy; story, Jay
    Gelzer; screen version, Monte Katterjohn; dialogue, Monte
    Katterjohn, Humphrey Pearson; film editor, Frank Ware.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 8Jul29; LP512.

  BROADWAY BABIES. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jun29; MP270.

  BROADWAY BAD. 1933. 5,365 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Lanfield; story, William R. Lipman, A. W.
    Pezet; screenplay, Arthur Kober, Maude Fulton; editor, Paul
    Weatherwax.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 7Feb33; LP3667.

  BROADWAY BALLYHOO. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; continuity, A. Dorian Otvos.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Mar36; LP6210.

  BROADWAY BEAUTIES. Century. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Edward I. Luddy.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Nov24; LP20754.

  BROADWAY BILL. Presented by Yorke Film Corp. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Fred J. Balshofer.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 5Feb18; LP12034.

  BROADWAY BILL. 1934. 11 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Frank Capra; story, Mark Hellinger; screenplay,
    Robert Riskin; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Nov34; LP5123.

  BROADWAY BLUES. (Educational-Mack Sennett Talking Comedy) 1929. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett.

    © Mack Sennett. Inc.; 1May29; LP344.

  THE BROADWAY BOOB. © 1926.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Monte Katterjohn, author); title,
    descr. & 112 prints, 23Jan26; LU22304.

  BROADWAY BROKE. 1923. 6 reels. From the Saturday Evening Post story by
    Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, J. Searle Dawley; scenario, John Lynch.

    © Murray W. Garsson, Inc.; 13Oct23; LP19563.

  THE BROADWAY BUBBLE. 1920. 5 reels. From the Young's Magazine story by
    Leigh Gordon Giltner.

    Credits: Director, George L. Sargent.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 26Sep20; LP15574.

  THE BROADWAY BUCKAROO. (Broadway Brevity) 1939. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Jack Henley; director, Lloyd French.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 3Jun39; LP8886.

  A BROADWAY BUTTERFLY. 1925. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Beaudine; story and adaptation, Darryl
    Francis Zanuck.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 5Jan25; LP20991.

  A BROADWAY COWBOY. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Byron Morgan, author); title, descr. & 100
    prints, 3Jun20; LU15198.

  BROADWAY DADDIES. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, Fred Windermere; story,
    Victoria Moore; continuity, Anthony Coldewey; film editor, Arthur
    Roberts.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Apr28; LP25193.

  THE BROADWAY DRIFTER. Presented by Samuel Zierler. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bernard McEveety; story and continuity, William
    B. Laub.

    © Excellent Pictures Corp.; 10May27; LP24064.

  THE BROADWAY DRIFTER. Presented by Samuel Zierler. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Bernard McEveety; story and continuity, William
    B. Laub.

    © Samuel Zierler Photoplay Corp.; 10May27; LP23947.

  BROADWAY FEVER. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cline; story, Viola Brothers Shore;
    continuity, Lois Leeson; editor, Byron Robinson.

    © Tiffany-Stahl Productions, Inc.; 18Dec28; LP25951.

  BROADWAY FOLLY. (Walter Lantz Cartoon) 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Feb30; MP1206.

  BROADWAY GALLANT. Released by F. B. O. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mason Noel; story and continuity, Frank Howard
    Clark.

    © Carlos Productions, Inc.; 30Apr26; LP22670.

  BROADWAY GOLD. 1923. 7 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Edward Dillon, J. Gordon Cooper; story, W. Carey
    Wonderley; adaptation, Kathryn Harris.

    © Truart Film Corp.; 2Jun23; LP19027.

  BROADWAY GONDOLIER. Warner Brothers Productions Corp. Presented by
    Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 11
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; story, Sig Herzig, E. Y. Harburg,
    Hans Kraly; screenplay, Warren B. Duff, Sig Herzig.

    © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 30Jul35; LP5688.

  BROADWAY GOSSIP; columnist newsreel. Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1932-33. 1 reel each. © Frank M. Seltzer.

    Credits: Reported by Leo Donnelly.

    1. © 25Sep32; MP4023.

    2. © 11Dec32; MP4009.

    3. © 5Feb33; MP4045.

    4. © 5Mar33; MP4010.

    5. © 30Apr33; MP4226.

    6. © 18Jun33; MP4220.

  THE BROADWAY HANDICAP. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    © Meridian Pictures Corp.; 8Jun35; MP5684.

  BROADWAY HIGHLIGHTS. (Paramount Varieties) Presented by Adolph Zukor.
    1935-36. 1 reel each, sd. Series title omitted on no. 6-8.

    Credits: Editors, Fred Waller, Milton Hocky, Carl Timin, Fred Rath;
    narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.

    1. © 16May35; MP5588.

    2. © 27Jun35; MP5691.

    3. © 8Aug35; MP5772.

    4. © 26Sep35; MP5876.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.

    6. © 3Apr36; MP6365.

    [7.] © 4Sep36; MP6810.

    8. © 11Dec36; MP7033.

  BROADWAY HOOFER. 1929. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, George Archainbaud; story
    and dialogue, Gladys Lehman; film editor, Maurice Wright.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Dec29; LP943.

  BROADWAY HOSTESS. First National Productions Corp. Presented by First
    National Productions Corp. and The Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 9 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Frank McDonald; screenplay, George Bricker; music
    and lyrics, Allie Wrubel, Mort Dixon.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Dec35; LP5963.

  BROADWAY JONES. 1917. 6 reels. Based on the play by George M. Cohan.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Kaufman.

    © Artcraft Pictures Corp.; 17Mar17; LP10404.

  BROADWAY KNIGHTS. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Feb34; LP4520.

  BROADWAY LADY. F. B. O. 1925. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Wesley Ruggles; story and continuity, Fred Myton.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 11Dec25; LP22108.

  BROADWAY LOVE. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Adaptation and direction, Ida May Park; story, W. Carey
    Wonderley.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 26Dec17; LP11872.

  BROADWAY MADNESS. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Burton King; story and continuity, Harry
    Chandlee.

    © Excellent Pictures Corp.; 3Oct27; LP24474.

  THE BROADWAY MADONNA. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Revier.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 9Nov22; LP18382.

  THE BROADWAY MALADY. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) Presented by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1933. 1 reel, sd. Adapted from the cartoon character
    by George Herriman.

    Credits: Ben Harrison, Manny Gould; producer, Charles Mintz;
    animation, Al Rose, Harry Love; music score, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 22Apr33; MP4014.

  THE BROADWAY MELODY. 1929. 10 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Harry Beaumont; story, Edmund Goulding;
    continuity, Sarah Y. Mason; dialogue, Norman Houston; James Gleason;
    film editor, Sam S. Zimbalist; music, Nacio Herb Brown.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Mar29; LP183.

  BROADWAY MELODY OF 1936. 1935. 10 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; director, Roy Del Ruth;
    original story, Moss Hart; screenplay. Jack McGowan, Sid Silvers;
    additional dialogue, Harry Conn; film editor, Blanche Sewell; music
    and lyrics, Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 16Sep35; LP5803.

  BROADWAY MELODY OF 1938. 1937. 12 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Cummings; director, Roy Del Ruth; original
    story, Jack McGowan, Sid Silvers; screenplay, Jack McGowan; film
    editor, Blanche Sewell; music director, Georgie Stoll; music and
    lyrics, Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 16Aug37; LP7366.

  BROADWAY MUSKETEERS. 1938. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, John Farrow; original screenplay, Don Ryan,
    Kenneth Gamet; film editor, Thomas Pratt; music and lyrics, M. K.
    Jerome, Jack Scholl.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 5Oct38; LP8318.

  BROADWAY NIGHTS. Presented by Robert Kane. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph C. Boyle; original story, Norman Houston;
    adaptation, Forrest Halsey.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 3May27; LP23913.

  BROADWAY OR BUST. 1924. 6 reels.

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

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17May24; LP20215.

  THE BROADWAY PEACOCK. 1922. 5 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, Charles J. Brabin; story and scenario, Julia
    Tolsva.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 19Feb22; LP17708.

  A BROADWAY ROMEO. 1931. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Mort Blumenstock; story, Paul Gerard Smith;
    adaptation, E. K. Nadel; dialogue staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 27Mar31; LP2105.

  BROADWAY ROSE. Presented by Robert Z. Leonard. 1922. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Z. Leonard; story and scenario, Edmund
    Goulding.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 28Aug22; LP18201.

  A BROADWAY SAINT. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Harry O. Hoyt; story, Forrest Halsey; scenario,
    Giles R. Warren.

    © World Film Corp. (Forest Halsey and Giles R. Warren, authors);
    title & descr., 23Jul19; 564 prints, 18Jul19; LU14044.

  A BROADWAY SCANDAL. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph De Grasse; story, Harvey Gates.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 18May18; LP12435.

  BROADWAY SCANDALS. 1929. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, George Archainbaud; story,
    Howard J. Green; continuity, Gladys Lehman; dialogue, Norman
    Houston; film editors, Leon Barsha, Ben Pivar.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Dec29; LP931.

  BROADWAY SERENADE. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 12 reels,
    sd., sepia.

    Credits: Original story, Lew Lipton, John Taintor Foote, Hans Kraly;
    screenplay, Charles Lederer; film editor, Harold F. Kress; music
    direction, Herbert Stothart.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 28Mar39; LP8751.

  THE BROADWAY SPORT. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Carl Harbaugh.

    © William Fox (Carl Harbaugh, author); 10Jun17; LP10927.

  BROADWAY THRU A KEYHOLE. Released by United Artists. 1933. 10 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producers, William Goetz, Raymond Griffith;
    director, Lowell Sherman; screenplay, Gene Towne, Graham Baker; film
    editor, Maurice Wright; music director, Alfred Newman; music, Mack
    Gordon, Harry Revel.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 27Oct33; LP4348.

  BROADWAY TO CHEYENNE. 1932. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Trem Carr; director, Harry Fraser; story and
    adaptation, Wellyn Totman, Harry Fraser.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 29Aug32; LP3250.

  BROADWAY TO HOLLYWOOD. 1933. 10 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Rapf; director, Williard Mack;
    screenplay, Willard Mack, Edgar Allan Woolf; film editors, William
    S. Gray, Ben Lewis; musical arrangement, William Axt.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 30Aug33; LP4104.

  BROADWAY VARIETIES. Mentone Productions. Presented by Carl Laemmle.
    1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 29Jan34; LP4440.

  BROADWAY'S LIKE THAT. SEE Ruth Etting in Broadway's Like That.

  BROKE BUT AMBITIOUS. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Louis William Chaudet; story, Harry Lyons;
    scenario, Charles F. Wilson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Aug16; LP8905.

  BROKE IN CHINA. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 11Apr27; LU23852.

  BROKE OUT. (A Stern Brothers Comedy) (Mike and Ike Series) 1927. 2
    reels. From the cartoons "Mike and Ike" by Rube Goldberg.

    Credits: Director, Roland Asher.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 6Dec27; LP24737.

  THE BROKEN BARRIER. © 1914. 2 reels.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (D. L. Manley, author); title, descr. & 100
    prints, 30Jul14; LU3106.

  BROKEN BARRIERS. 1919. 5 reels. Based on a story by Sholom Aleichem
    [pseud. of Shalom Rabinowitz].

    © Zion Films, Inc. (Charles E. Davenport, author); 21Aug19; LP14262.

  BROKEN BARRIERS. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Story, Meredith Nicholson; scenario, Sada Cowan, Howard
    Higgin.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 6Aug24; LP20539.

  BROKEN BARRIERS. Presented by Samuel Zierler. 1928. 6,000 ft.

    Credits: Director, Burton King; story, Carolyn F. Haywood; scenario
    and titles, Isadore Bernstein; editor, Lee Anthony.

    © Excellent Pictures Corp.; 21Nov28; LP25854.

  BROKEN BLOSSOMS. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, D. W. Griffith; story, Thomas Burke.

    © D. W. Griffith; 31Mar19; LP13755.

  THE BROKEN CHAIN. © 1914.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 50
    prints, 30Jan14; LU2062.

  BROKEN CHAINS. Peerless. © 1916. Title changed from "The New South."

    Credits: Director, Robert Thornby; story, Clay M. Greene, Joseph R.
    Grismer; scenario, E. M. Ingleton.

    © World Film Corp. (Clay M. Greene and Joseph R. Grismer, authors);
    title, descr. & 231 prints, 6Dec16; LU9673.

  BROKEN CHAINS. 1922. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Allen Holubar; story, Winifred Kimball; scenario,
    Carey Wilson.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 30Nov22; LP18477.

  BROKEN CHINA. (Bobbie Vernon Comedies) Educational. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Earle Rodney.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 11Apr26; LP22677.

  THE BROKEN CHISEL. © 1913.

    © Trans-Oceanic Films, Inc. (E. Batley, author); title, descr. & 34
    prints, 8Nov13; LU1621.

  THE BROKEN COIN. 1915. 2 reels each.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    Credits: Emerson Hough; producer, Francis Ford; scenario, Grace
    Cunard.

    1. © 14Jun15; LP5559.

    2. © 21Jun15; LP5623.

    3. © 26Jun15; LP5671.

    4. © 3Jul15; LP5730.

    5. © 13Jul15; LP5815.

    6. © 19Jul15; LP5861.

    7. © 26Jul15; LP5917.

    8. © 2Aug15; LP6003.

    9. Room 22. © 7Aug15; LP6055.

    10. © 16Aug15; LP6114.

    11. © 23Aug15; LP6174.

    12. A Cry in the Dark. © 30Aug15; LP6240.

    13. © 4Sep15; LP6289.

    14. © 15Sep15; LP6371.

    15. The Deluge. © 23Sep15; LP6454.

    16. Kitty in Danger. © 28Sep15; LP6508.

    17. © 4Oct15; LP6545.

    18. The Underground City. © 11Oct15; LP6636.

    19. The Sacred Fire. © 18Oct15; LP6711.

    20. Between Two Fires. © 26Oct15; LP6773.

    21. A Timely Rescue. © 1Nov15; LP6848.

    22. An American Queen. © 8Nov15; LP6870.

  BROKEN COMMANDMENTS. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Beal; story, John Clymer, Ruth Ann Baldwin;
    scenario, Ruth Ann Baldwin.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 14Sep19; LP14174.

  BROKEN DISHES. SEE Too Young to Marry.

  A BROKEN DOLL. 1921. 5 reels. From the story "Johnny Cucabod" by
    Wilbur Hall.

    Credits: Director, Allan Dwan; adaptation, Lilian Ducey.

    © Allan Dwan; 27May21; LP16584.

  THE BROKEN DOLL. 1921. 2 reels. From a story in Cosmopolitan Magazine
    by Bruno Lessing [pseud. of Rudolph Edgar Block].

    Credits: Director, Tom Terris; scenario, G. Marion Burton.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 17May21; LP16548.

  THE BROKEN DOLL. © 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    © Judea Films, Inc. (Ivan Bussatt, author); title, descr. & 1 print,
    13May31; LU2236.

  BROKEN DREAMS. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Verschleiser; director, Robert Vignola;
    story, Olga Printzlau; screenplay, Maude Fulton.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15Jan34; LP4797.

  BROKEN FETTERS. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Rex Ingram.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 3Jun16; LP8422.

  THE BROKEN GATE. 1927. 6 reels. From the story by Emerson Hough.

    Credits: Director, James C. McKay; continuity, John Francis
    Natteford; film editor, Merrill White.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 23Mar27; LP23776.

  THE BROKEN GATE. SEE One Hour of Love.

  THE BROKEN GLASS. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, William Robert Daly; scenario, Grace H.
    Mathewson.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Grace H. Mathewson, author); title, descr. & 34
    prints, 2Mar15; LU4580.

  BROKEN HEARTS AND PLEDGES. L-Ko. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18May15; LP5326.

  BROKEN HEARTS OF HOLLYWOOD. 1926. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; story, Raymond L. Schrock, Edward
    Clark; adaptation, C. Graham Baker.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 14Aug26; LP23032.

  BROKEN HOMES. © 1926.

    © Macfadden True Story Pictures, Inc.; title, descr. & 105 prints,
    23Mar26; LU22552.

  BROKEN HOMES. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Hugh Dierker; adaptation, Lewis Allen Browne.

    © Macfadden True Story Pictures, Inc.; 6Apr26; LP22578.

  THE BROKEN LAW. 1915. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Oscar C. Apfel; picturized by Monte M.
    Katterjohn.

    © William Fox (Oscar C. Apfel, author); 21Nov15; LP7052.

  THE BROKEN LAW. © 1924.

    © Ermine Productions, Inc. (George Hively, author); title & descr.,
    29Dec24; 82 prints, 31Dec24; LU20999.

  BROKEN LAWS. Released by F. B. O. 1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Mrs. Wallace Reid; director, R. William Neill;
    story, Adela Rogers St. Johns; adaptation, Marion Jackson, Bradley
    King.

    © Thos. H. Ince Corp.; 12Oct24; LP20788.

  BROKEN LULLABY. 1932. 6,945 ft. From the play "The Man I Killed" by
    Maurice Rostand.

    Credits: Producer and director, Ernst Lubitsch; screenplay, Samson
    Raphaelson, Ernest Vajda; adaptation, Reginald Berkeley.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 26Feb32; LP2883.

  A BROKEN MELODY. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, R. T. Thornby.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (W. Hanson Durham, author); 24Sep13;
    LP1360.

  THE BROKEN MELODY. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William P. S. Earle; story, Ouida Bergere,
    Dorothy Farnum; editor, Duncan Mansfield.

    © Selznick Pictures Corp.; 15Dec19; LP14543.

  THE BROKEN PLEDGE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 7Jun15; LP5500.

  THE BROKEN ROSE. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 17Oct14; LP3563.

  BROKEN SHADOWS. 1922. 5 reels. From the novel "Nance" by Charles
    Garvice.

    Credits: Adapted and directed by Albert Ward.

    © Second National Pictures Corp.; 7Sep22; LP18211.

  THE BROKEN SILENCE. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Dell Henderson; story, James Oliver Curwood;
    scenario, Thomas F. Fallon.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 13Jul22; LP18051.

  THE BROKEN SPUR. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ben Wilson; story, Phil Hunt; adaptation, J.
    Grubb Alexander.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Sep16; LP9102.

  BROKEN STATUES. (Benny Rubin Talkie) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Fabian; story and dialogue, Benny Rubin.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Aug29; LP607.

  BROKEN SWORD (Jugendsturme). Duskes, G.m.b.H., Berlin. © 1914.

    Credits: Screenplay, Fritz Bernhardt.

    © Louis Gerö (Fritz Bernhardt, author); title, descr. & 95 prints,
    30Jan14; LU2057.

  BROKEN THREADS. SEE The Man from Funeral Range.

  BROKEN TIES. Presented by William A. Brady. © 1918. Title changed from
    "The Alibi."

    Credits: Director, Arthur Ashley; story, Woodbridge Clapp.

    © World Film Corp. (Woodbridge Clapp, author); title & descr.,
    30Jan18; 207 prints, 31Jan18; LU12013.

  THE BROKEN TOY. Imp. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Olga Printzlau Clark; producer, Lucius Henderson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Mar15; LP4817.

  BROKEN TOYS. (Silly Symphony) 1936. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 15Jan36; MP6120.

  THE BROKEN VASE. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Hardee Kirkland.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Edw. Hungerford, author); title, descr. & 28
    prints, 1Aug13; LU1056.

  THE BROKEN VIOLIN. Presented by Arrow. 1923. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Dillon; story, George R. Rogan; scenario, L.
    Case Russell.

    © Atlantic Features, Inc.; 26May23; LP19006.

  THE BROKEN VOW. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. & 49
    prints, 3May13; LU672.

  BROKEN WAYS. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (T. P. Bayer, author); title, descr. & 184 prints,
    3Mar13; LU434.

  BROKEN WEDDING BELLS. 1930. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Lewis R. Foster.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 30Sep30; LP1714.

  THE BROKEN WING. Presented by B. P. Schulberg. 1923. 75 min. Adapted
    from the Broadway play by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard.

    Credits: Producer and director, Tom Forman; adaptation, Paul Dickey,
    Charles W. Goddard.

    © Preferred Pictures, Inc.; 10Sep23; LP19385.

  THE BROKEN WING. 1932. 8 reels, sd. From the play by Paul Dickey and
    Charles Goddard.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Corrigan; screenplay, Grover Jones, William
    Slavens McNutt.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 25Mar32; LP2941.

  THE BROKEN WORD. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: W. Carey Wenderly; director, Frank McGlynn.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 9Oct15; LP6608.

  THE BROKEN WRIST. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 2Sep15; LP6268.

  THE BROKEN X. 1914. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Edward J. LeSaint.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (J. A. Lacy, author); 24Oct14; LP3607.

  BROKERS' FOLLIES. Tru Pictures Co., Inc. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ben K. Blake; story, I. A. Jacoby; music
    director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 14Dec37; LP7659.

  THE BROMLEY CASE. © 1920.

    Credits: Supervision, Tom Collins; story and direction, David V.
    Wall.

    © William Steiner (David V. Wall, author); title, descr. & 221
    prints, 30Apr20; LU15059.

  BROMO AND JULIET. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 26Jul26; LU22978.

  THE BRONC STOMPER. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Leo D. Maloney; story, Barr Cross; adaptation,
    Ford I. Beebe.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 7Feb28; LP24970.

  BRONCHO AND THE LAND GRABBER. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 10Jun15; LP5529.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE BABY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 8Jan15; LP4174.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE CARD SHARP. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 7Sep15; LP6306.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE CLAIM JUMPERS. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 30Dec14; LP4082.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE ESCAPED BANDIT. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 14Dec14; LP3980.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE FALSE NOTE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15Jan15; LP4234.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE LUMBER KING. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 3Sep15; LP6284.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE POSSE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15Jul15; LP5852.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE SISTERS. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 30Dec14; LP4080.

  BRONCHO BILLY AND THE VIGILANTE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 1Feb15; LP4359.

  BRONCHO BILLY BEGINS LIFE ANEW. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 1Sep15; LP6269.

  BRONCHO BILLY EVENS MATTERS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 13Oct15; LP6647.

  BRONCHO BILLY MISLED. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 20Sep15; LP6431.

  BRONCHO BILLY, SHEEPMAN. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 2Oct15; LP6531.

  BRONCHO BILLY STEPS IN. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 3Aug15; LP6014.

  BRONCHO BILLY WELL REPAID. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 30Jun15; LP5712.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S BROTHER. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 4Feb15; LP4392.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S COWARDLY BROTHER. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 19Oct15; LP6717.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S GREASER DEPUTY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 21Jan15; LP4268.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S LOVE AFFAIR. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15Nov15; LP6985.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S MARRIAGE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 14Aug15; LP6088.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S MARRIAGE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 6Dec15; LP7151.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S MEXICAN WIFE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 26Oct15; LP6792.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S PARENTS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 9Oct15; LP6603.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S PROTEGE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 29Jul15; LP5975.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S SENTENCE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 26Jan15; LP4315.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S TEACHINGS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 27Feb15; LP4557.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S VENGEANCE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 22Feb15; LP4514.

  BRONCHO BILLY'S WORD OF HONOR. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 28May15; LP5435.

  THE BRONCHO BUSTER. (Blue Streak Western) 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ernst Laemmle; story, Raymond Cannon.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Mar27; LP23810.

  THE BRONCHO KID. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mack V. Wright; story and scenario, Arthur Henry
    Gooden.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28May20; LP15174.

  THE BRONCHO TWISTER. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Orville Dull; story, Adela Rogers St. Johns;
    scenario, John Stone.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 13Mar27; LP23769.

  BRONCHO'S SURRENDER. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 21Jul15; LP5894.

  THE BRONCO BUSTER. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry and Frank Moser.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Dec27; MP4539.

  BRONCO BUSTER. (A Walter Lantz Cartoon) Snappy. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Story and lyrics, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; animation,
    Fred Kopietz, Lester Kline, Bill Mason, La Verne Harding.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 1Aug35; MP5761.

  THE BRONZE BELL. Ince-Vance Paramount. 1921. 6 reels. From the book by
    Louis Joseph Vance.

    Credits: Supervision and photoplay, Thomas H. Ince; director, James
    Horne; continuity, Del Andrews, Louis Stevens.

    © Thomas H. Ince; 9Jul21; LP16742.

  THE BRONZE BRIDE. Red Feather. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Henry McRae; scenario, Maud Grange, W. B.
    Pearson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Mar17; LP10428.

  BROODING EYES. 1926. 6 reels. From the novel "The Man with the
    Brooding Eyes" by John Goodwin.

    Credits: Director, Edward Le Saint; adaptation and continuity, Mary
    Alice Scully, Pierre Gendron.

    © Banner Productions, Inc.; 22Mar26; LP22509.

  THE BROODING HEART. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 3Apr15; LP4925.

  THE BROOK. 1917. 1 reel. Based on the poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Aug17; MP1019.

  BROOK EVANS. SEE The Right to Love.

  BROOKS AND ROSS, TWO BOYS AND A PIANO. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Mar28; MP4827.

  A BROTH OF A BOY. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Felicia Blake; director, Carlton King.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 29Oct15; LP6827.

  BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER. Danish Biograph Co., Denmark. © 1914.

    © Apex Film Co. (Danish Biograph Co., author); title & 36 prints,
    3Jun14; descr., 4Jun14; LU2789.

  BROTHER COULD YOU SPARE A MILLION. 1933. 693 ft.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Staub; story, Ken Murray.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Sep33; LP4130.

  THE BROTHER COUNTS. © 1913.

    © Pathé Frères (Messter Projection, G.m.b.H., author); title, descr.
    & 52 prints, 8Dec13; LU1753.

  BROTHER FOR SALE. (Sunny-Jim Comedy) 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Harold Beaudine.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17Mar30; LP1154.

  BROTHER GOLFERS. (Sportscope, no. 9) 1938. 11 min., sd.

    Credits: Frank R. Donovan; supervision, Frederick Ullman, Jr.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 15Jul38; MP8644.

  BROTHER JIM. Big U. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Calder Johnstone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24May16; LP8347.

  BROTHER LOVE. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 72 prints, 28Feb13; LU474.

  BROTHER OF THE BEAR. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Holman Day, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 12Oct21; LU17085.

  BROTHER OFFICERS. © 1915.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Leo Trevor, author); title, descr. & 28 prints,
    25Feb15; LU4519.

  BROTHER RAT. First National. 1938. 9 reels, sd. From the play by John
    Monks, Jr. and Fred F. Finklehoffe.

    Credits: Director, William Keighley; screenplay, Richard Macaulay,
    Jerry Wald.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Sep38; LP8456.

  BROTHERLY LOVE. (Cameo Comedy) 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Jess Robbins.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 8Mar26; LP22465.

  BROTHERLY LOVE. 1928. 7 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the story
    "Big-hearted Jim" by Pettersen Marzoni.

    Credits: Director, Charles F. Riesner; screenplay, Earl Baldwin;
    continuity, Earl Baldwin, Lew Lipton; film editor, George Hively.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 13Oct28; LP15.

  BROTHERLY LOVE. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Seymour Kneitel,
    Roland Crandall.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 6Mar36; MP6258.

  THE BROTHERS. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 57 prints, 10May13; LU716.

  BROTHERS. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (H. M. L. Nolte, author); title, descr. & 160 prints,
    29Jan13; LU308.

  BROTHERS. 1930. 8 reels, sd. Based on the stage play by Herbert
    Ashton, Jr.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, Walter Lang; adaptation and
    continuity, John Thomas Neville, Charles R. Condon; dialogue, Sidney
    Lazarus; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Sep30; LP1667.

  BROTHERS. SEE

    The Forbidden Woman.

    Woman Trap.

  BROTHERS DIVIDED. © 1919.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Gertrude Andrews and E. R. Schayer,
    authors); title, descr. & 100 prints, 22Nov19; LU14457.

  A BROTHER'S LOYALTY. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 10Jul16; LP8681.

  A BROTHER'S SACRIFICE. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: C. Chester Wesley; director, F. J. Grandin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 14Feb17; LP10238.

  BROTHERS UNDER THE CHIN. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 18Apr24; LU20103.

  BROTHERS UNDER THE SKIN. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, E. Mason Hopper; story, Peter B. Kyne.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 25Sep22; LP18346.

  BROUGHT HOME. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 17Dec15; LP7239.

  BROWN & WHITAKER IN A LAUGH OR TWO. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Feb28; MP4713.

  BROWN & WHITAKER IN THE PARK. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Feb28; MP4738.

  THE BROWN DERBY. Presented by C. C. Burr. 1926. 7 reels. From the
    musical comedy by F. S. Merlin and Brian Marlow.

    Credits: Director, Charles Hines; story, Bert Wheeler.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 16Jun26; LP22817.

  THE BROWN DERBY. (Toby the Pup, no. 8) 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Dick Huemor, Sid Marcus.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Mar31; LP2099.

  BROWN EYES AND BANK NOTES. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jim Davis.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 9Jul19; LP13934.

  BROWN GOLD. (U. F. A. Oddity) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edited and titled by John Michael Flick.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 8Jul29; MP397.

  BROWN GRAVEY. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; dialogue and adaptation, Kendall
    Evans.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 22Nov29; LP869.

  BROWN OF HARVARD. Presented by William N. Selig. 1917. 6 reels. From
    the play and book by Rida Johnson Young and Gilbert P. Coleman.

    Credits: Arranged and directed by Harry Beaumont.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; 22Dec17; LP11888.

  BROWN OF HARVARD. 1926. 8 reels. From the stage play by Rida Johnson
    Young.

    Credits: Director, Jack Conway; screenplay, A. P. Younger;
    adaptation, Donald Ogden Stewart; film editor, Frank Davis.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 19Apr26; LP22793.

  BROWNIE THE PEACEMAKER. Century. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, W. Taylor.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Aug20; LP15443.

  BROWNIE'S BABY DOLL. Century. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Alf T. Goulding.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 23Sep21; LP17012.

  BROWNIE'S BUSY DAY. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, J. A. Howe.

    © Century Comedies; 31Dec19; LP14652.

  BROWNIE'S DOGGONE TRICKS. 1919. 2 reels.

    © Century Comedies; 11Nov19; LP14418.

  BROWNIE'S LITTLE VENUS. Century. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, Fred Fishback.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Sep21; LP16930.

  BROWN'S BACHELOR SUPPER. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 50 prints, 15Jun14; LU2851.

  BROWN'S COOK. 1914. Split reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 25Nov14; LP3840.

  BROWN'S NEW MONETARY STANDARD. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Hardee Kirkland.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (William A. Corey, author); title, descr. & 19
    prints, 1Aug13; LU1059.

  THE BROWNS SEE THE FAIR. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Horace Davey.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Jun16; LP8532.

  BROWN'S SUMMER BOARDERS. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Marie Coolidge Rask, author);
    9Sep15; LP6344.

  BRUCE BAIRNSFATHER IN A STUDIO SCENE; Creator of the Character Old
    Bill Sketching Old Bill While Talking. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 2Apr27; MP3889.

  BRUCE BOWERS IN ARTISTIC MIMICRY. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 20Mar29; MP5989.

  BRUIN TROUBLE. Nestor. 1918. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Jul18; LP12676.

  BRUNETTES PREFER GENTLEMEN. (Educational-Mermaid Comedy) 1927. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Supervised and produced by Jack White; director, Charles
    Lamont.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 18Dec27; LP24765.

  THE BRUSH INDUSTRY. Powers. 1916. 1/2 reel.

    Credits: Moe Tumpowsky.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Mar16; MP567.

  BRUTALITY. © 1912.

    © Biograph Co. (D. W. Griffith, author); title, descr. & 58 prints,
    29Nov12; LU144.

  THE BRUTE. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Hardee Kirkland.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Bayard Boyesen, author); 11Dec13;
    LP1811.

  THE BRUTE. 1927. 7 reels. From the novel by W. Douglas Newton.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Apr27; LP23878.

  THE BRUTE BREAKER. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lynn F. Reynolds; scenario, Lynn F. Reynolds, D.
    Barrett.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Oct19; LP14259.

  BRUTE FORCE. Bison. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, A. W. Rice; story, Eustace Hale Ball; scenario,
    Earl R. Hewett.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Jan17; LP9913.

  THE BUBBLE DANCE. © 1934.

    © Sally Rand; title, descr. & 12 prints, 2Oct34; MU5021.

  THE BUBBLE OF LOVE. Rex. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Douglas Gerrard; story, E. M. Ingleton; scenario,
    Alice Von Saxmar.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Jan17; LP9940.

  THE BUBBLE PARTY. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr30; MP1455.

  BUBBLES. Special Imp. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Brenon.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Nov16; LP9622.

  BUBBLES. © 1920.

    Credits: Basil Krieder; director, Wayne Mack.

    © Pioneer Film Corp.; title & descr., 15Apr20; 485 prints, 9Apr20;
    LU15015.

  BUBBLES. (Out of the Inkwell) 1922. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; drawn by Max Fleischer.

    © Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.: 20Apr22; MP2137.

  BUBBLES. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 6Jul25; MU3095.

  BUBBLES AND TROUBLES. (Cubby Bear Cartoons) (Aesop's Sound Fables)
    1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: Mannie Davis.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van Beuren Corp., author); 28Apr33;
    MP4035.

  BUBBLING OVER. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 13May21; LU16523.

  BUBBLING OVER. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 6May27; MU4002.

  BUBBLING OVER. Presented by Radio Pictures. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Monroe Shaff; director, Leigh Jason; story,
    Bert Branet, Burnet Hershey.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 30Jan34; LP4456.

  THE BUCCANEER. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 13 reels, sd. Based on
    an adaptation of "LaFitte the Pirate" by Lyle Saxon.

    Credits: Producer and director, Cecil B. De Mille; screenplay, Edwin
    Justus Mayer, Harold Lamb, C. Gardner Sullivan; adaptation, Jeanie
    Macpherson; film editor, Anne Bauchens; music director, Boris
    Morros; music, George Antheil.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 4Feb38; LP7794.

  THE BUCCANEERS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 54
    prints, 20Feb24; LU19931.

  BUCHANAN'S WIFE. 1918. 5 reels. Based on the novel by Justus Miles
    Forman.

    Credits: Director, Charles J. Brabin; scenario, Adrian Johnson.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp.; author); 1Dec18; LP13087.

  BUCK FEVER. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 26Oct26; MU3626.

  BUCK PRIVATES. Jewel. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Direction and adaptation, Melville Brown; story, Stuart N.
    Lake; continuity, John B. Clymer.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Sep27; LP24392.

  BUCK RICHARD'S BRIDE. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Frederick Huntley.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Hobart Bosworth, author); title, descr. & 50
    prints, 14May13; LU737.

  BUCK ROGERS. 1939. 2 reels each, sd. Based on the newspaper feature by
    Phil Nowlan and Lt. Dick Calkins. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

    Credits: Directors, Forde Beebe, Saul A. Goodkind; original story
    and screenplay, Norman S. Hall, Ray Trampe.

    1. Tomorrow's World. © 6Feb39; LP8612.

    2. Tragedy on Saturn. © 6Feb39; LP8613.

    3. The Enemy's Stronghold. © 6Feb39; LP8614.

    4. The Sky Patrol. © 6Feb39; LP8615.

    5. The Phantom Plane. © 6Feb39; LP8616.

    6. The Unknown. © 13Feb39; LP8636.

    7. Primitive Urge. © 13Feb39; LP8637.

    8. Revolt of the Zuggs. © 23Feb39; LP8660.

    9. Bodies Without Minds. © 28Feb39; LP8680.

    10. Broken Barriers. © 13Mar39; LP8704.

    11. A Prince in Bondage. © 28Mar39; LP8738.

    12. War of the Planets. © 28Mar39; LP8739.

  BUCK SIMMONS, PUNCHER. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by Leon Kent.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Jan16; LP7419.

  A BUCKAROO BROADCAST. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilray; director, Jean A. Yarbrough; story,
    George Jeske, Gay Stevens; film editor, John Lockert; music and
    lyrics, Earl Norman, Willie Phelps.

    © RKO Radio Pictures. Inc.; 5Feb38; LP7788.

  THE BUCKAROO KID. Jewel. 1926. 6 reels. From the story, "O Promise Me"
    by Peter B. Kyne.

    Credits: Director, Lynn Reynolds.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Oct26; LP23263.

  BUCKIN' THE LINE. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Al. Herman.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 29Oct23; LP19552.

  BUCKIN' THE WEST. © 1924.

    © Productions, Inc. (Forrest Sheldon, author); title, 17Oct24;
    descr. & 311 prints, 20Oct24; LU20675.

  BUCKING BROADWAY. Butterfly. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Carey; director, Jack Ford; story, George
    Hively.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Dec17; LP11840.

  BUCKING SOCIETY. © 1916.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 444
    prints, 5May16; LU8226.

  BUCKING SOCIETY. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); 16Apr16; LP10869.

  BUCKING THE BARRIER. 1923. 5 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, Colin Campbell; story, George Goodchild;
    scenario, Jack Strumwasser.

    © William Fox; 29May23; LP18993.

  BUCKING THE BIG FOUR. SEE Bringin' Home the Bacon.

  BUCKING THE BUCKET SHOP. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (George Arthur Gray, author); title, descr. &
    32 prints, 9Dec24; LU20867.

  BUCKING THE HANDICAP. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 28Nov27; MP4484.

  BUCKING THE LINE. 1921. 5 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, Carl Harbaugh; story, Francis Lynde.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 6Nov21; LP17254.

  BUCKING THE TIGER. Presented by Lewis J. Selznick. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Henry Kolker; play, May Tully, Achmed Abdullah.

    © Selznick Pictures Corp.; 18Apr21; LP16461.

  BUCKING THE TRUTH. (Blue Streak Western) 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Milburn Morante; story and continuity, J. Inman
    Kane.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12May26; LP22723.

  THE BUCKSHOT FEUD. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Edwin McKim.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin McKim, author); 24Apr16; LP8142.

  BUCKSKIN DAYS. 1928. 2 reels.

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

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Jan28; LP24919.

  THE BUCKSKIN SHIRT. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 24May15; LP5383.

  BUD COOPER AND SAMMY STEPT. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 8Dec27; MP4519.

  BUD HARRIS AND FRANK RADCLIFFE IN AT THE PARTY. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 12Jun29; MP297.

  BUDD DOBLE COMES BACK. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Colin Campbell.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Frank Clark, author); title, descr. & 32
    prints, 11Jul13; LU933.

  BUDDHA. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co.; title, descr. & 4 prints, 7Feb13; MU31.

  BUDDHIST TEMPLES AND WORSHIPPERS. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Harry Keepers, author); 12Sep13; MP84.

  BUDDIE THE DENTIST. (Looney Tunes) 1935. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Production, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Ben Hardaway;
    animation, Jack King, Rollin Hamilton; musical score, Norman
    Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 5Mar35; MP5437.

  BUDDING YOUTH. Century. 1924. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Jun24; LP20266.

  BUDDY AND TOWSER. (Looney Tunes, no. 5) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Jack King, Bob
    McKimson; musical score, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10May34; MP4755.

  BUDDY AT THE BAT. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Jun23; LP19160.

  BUDDY DOYLE SINGING GEORGIANA [and others]. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3912.

  BUDDY DOYLE SINGING TAKE IN THE SUN [and others]. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr27; MP3909.

  BUDDY IN AFRICA. (Looney Tunes, no. 6) Vitaphone. 1935. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Ben Hardaway;
    animation, Jack Carr, Don Williams; music, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Jul35; MP5714.

  BUDDY OF THE APES. (Looney Tunes) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, J. B. Hardaway;
    animation, Paul Smith, Sandy Walker; musical score, Bernard Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Nov34; MP5124.

  BUDDY OF THE LEGION. (Looney Tunes) Vitaphone. 1935. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Ben Hardaway;
    animation, Charles Jones, Bob Clampett; music, Bernard Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Apr35; MP5515.

  BUDDY STEPS OUT. (Looney Tunes) 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Jack King;
    animation, Charles Jones, Bob Clampett; music, Bernard Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Oct35; MP5940.

  BUDDY THE DETECTIVE. (Looney Tunes, no. 12) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Jack King;
    animation, Paul Smith, Don Williams; musical score, Bernard Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 17Oct34; MP5049.

  BUDDY THE GEE MAN. (Looney Tunes, no. 10) 1935. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Jack King;
    animation, Sandy Walker, Cal Dalton; music, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Nov35; MP5983.

  BUDDY THE GOB. (Looney Tunes, no. 4) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Jack King, Ben
    Clopton; musical score, Norman Spencer.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Feb34; MP4604.

  BUDDY THE WOODSMAN. (Looney Tunes) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Production, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Jack King;
    animation, Paul Smith, Don Williams; musical score, Bernard B.
    Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Oct34; MP5054.

  BUDDY TRAPS IN SOUND EFFECTS. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Feb30; MP1190.

  BUDDY'S ADVENTURES. (Looney Tunes) 1935. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Ben Hardaway;
    animation, Bob McKimson, Don Williams; musical score, Bernard B.
    Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 4Mar35; MP5436.

  BUDDY'S BEARCATS. (Looney Tunes) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Animation, Ben Clopton.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Jul34; MP4844.

  BUDDY'S BEER GARDEN. (Looney Tunes, no. 2) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Jack King,
    Tish Tash; musical score, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Apr34; MP4696.

  BUDDY'S BUG HUNT. (Looney Tunes, no. 8) Vitaphone. 1935. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Jack King;
    animation, Bob McKimson, Paul Smith; music, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Jul35; MP5715.

  BUDDY'S CIRCUS. (Looney Tunes, no. 11) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Jack King;
    animation, Bob McKimson, Ben Clopton; musical score, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Nov34; MP5092.

  BUDDY'S DAY OUT. (Looney Tunes, no. 1) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Bill
    Mason; musical score, Frank Marsales.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Oct33; MP4347.

  BUDDY'S DOWNFALL. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tefft Johnson.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Paul Kelly, author); 6Jul14; LP2991.

  BUDDY'S FIRST CALL. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tefft Johnson.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (F. Marion Brandon, author); 20Apr14;
    LP2563.

  BUDDY'S GARAGE. (Looney Tunes, no. 6) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Jack King, Sandy
    Walker; musical score, Bernard Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Aug34; MP4914.

  BUDDY'S LOST WORLD (Looney Tunes) 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Rollin Hamilton, Sandy Walker.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Jan36; MP6087.

  BUDDY'S PONY EXPRESS. (Looney Tunes) Vitaphone. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Ben Hardaway;
    animation, Cal Dalton, Ben Clopton; music, Bernard Brown.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 1Jul35; MP5697.

  BUDDY'S SHOW BOAT. (Looney Tunes, no. 3) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Jack King, James
    Fabian; musical score, Norman Spencer.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Feb34; MP4603.

  BUDDY'S THEATRE. (Looney Tunes) 1935. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Ben Hardaway;
    animation, Don Williams, Sandy Walker; music, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 1Apr35; MP5496.

  BUDDY'S TROLLEY TROUBLES. (Looney Tunes, no. 7) 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Ben Clopton, Frank
    Tipper; musical score, Norman Spencer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Aug34; MP4948.

  BUESSER DER SCHULD. SEE The Atonement.

  BUFFALO BILL'S LAST FIGHT. 1927. 2 reels, color. A story inspired by
    the deeds of Colonel William F. Cody.

    Credits: Supervision, Samuel Bischoff; director, John W. Noble;
    story, Russell Hickson.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 27Oct27; LP24845.

  BUFFALO JIM. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (George Pattulo, author); 2Feb14; LP2100.

  BUG CARNIVAL. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1937. 602 ft., sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Mannie Davis, George Gordon; scored and
    conducted by Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 16Apr37; MP7354.

  THE BUG HOUSE. (Toby the Pup Series) Winkler Film Corp. 1930. 1 reel.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Dec30; LP1824.

  THE BUG MAN. SEE Social Sinners.

  A BUGGY RIDE. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 17Sep26; MU3549.

  BUGHOUSE COLLEGE DAYS. (Aesop's Sound Fable) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 23Jul29; MP427.

  THE BUGLE CALL. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, E. A. Martin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (William A. Corey, author); 26Jan15; LP4311.

  THE BUGLE CALL. 1927. 6 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sedgwick; story, C. Gardner Sullivan;
    adaptation, Josephine Lovett; titles, Frederic Hatton, Fanny Hatton;
    film editor, Sam S. Zimbalist.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 1Aug27; LP24253.

  BUGLE FROM THE BLUE GRASS. (Sports with Bill Corum, no. 2) 1935. 1
    reel.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 25Sep35; MP5866.

  THE BUGLER. Big U. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Mar17; LP10481.

  THE BUGLER OF ALGIERS. 1916. 5 reels. Based on the novel "We Are
    French" by Perley Poore Sheehan and Robert H. Davis.

    Credits: Director, Rupert Julian; scenario, Elliott J. Clawson.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 14Nov16; LP9518.

  BUGS AND BOOKS. (Aesop's Sound Fable, no. 9) 1932. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: John Foster, Mannie Davis.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; (The Van Beuren Corp., author); 30Dec32;
    MP3797.

  BUGS BEETLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA. (Terry Toons) Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry, John Foster; music, Paul A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 21Jan38; MP8092.

  BUGS IN LOVE. (Silly Symphony, no. U. A. 4) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 1Sep32; MP3582.

  BUGS MY DEAR! (A Paramount-Christie Comedy) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Arvid Gillstrom; story, Frank Conklin.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 21Apr28; LP25182.

  BUGVILLE FIELD DAY. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 11Jun25; MU3070.

  A BUGVILLE ROMANCE. (Aesop Fable) 1930. 1 reel.

    Credits: John Foster, Harry Bailey.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 8Jun30; MP1675.

  BUICK BOWS TO THE PRESIDENT. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Studebaker Corp. (AudiVision, Inc.; author); 11Apr36; MP6539.

  THE BUILD-UP. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, Jack Henley, Glen Lambert.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Feb33; LP3651.

  THE BUILDER OF BRIDGES. © 1915.

    © World Film Corp. (W. Irvine, author); title, descr. & 136 prints,
    28May15; LU5414.

  THE BUILDERS. 1931. 2 reels.

    © Electrical Research Products, Inc.; 25Feb31; MP2551.

  BUILDERS OF BRIDGES. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Robert C. Bruce.

    © Edco Producing Unit, Inc.; 15Feb28; MP4727.

  BUILDERS OF CASTLES. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Henry Albert Phillips; director, Ben Turbett.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 2Apr17; LP10505.

  BUILDING A BUDGET BUSINESS. 1937. For U. S. Tire Dealers Mutual Corp.
    Filmstrip, 128 frames, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 14May37; MP7463.

  BUILDING A BUILDING. (Mickey Mouse, no. U. A. 8) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 16Dec32; MP3793.

  BUILDING A CLIENTELE. (Educational Film Service, v. 26) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau; 9May31; MP2523.

  BUILDING A PERMANENT BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN. 1930. Filmstrip, 67 frames.

    © Charis Corp. (John L. Butler Adv. Agency, author); 12Feb30;
    MP1586.

  BUILDING A SALES PRESENTATION. (Educational Film Service, v. 10) 1930.
    Filmstrip.

    © Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau; 15Jul30; MP1727.

  BUILDING BIGGER AND BETTER AMERICANS. © 1925.

    © Leon Wagner; title, descr. & 62 prints, 7Apr25; LU21342.

  BUILDING CUSTOMER LOYALTY AND GOOD-WILL. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    © Atlas Educational Film Co.; 13Nov37; MP7917.

  BUILDING FOR QUALITY. Ford Motion Picture Laboratories. 1927. 2 reels.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 3Jan27; MP3720.

  THE BUILDING OF BOYS. 1939. Produced with the cooperation of the Boys'
    Clubs of America, Inc. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, T. W. Willard; narrator, Lowell Thomas;
    commentator, Clem McCarthy.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Sep39; MP9689.

  THE BUILDING OF MEN. © 1923.

    © The California Dairy Council (Rodney Gilliam, author); title,
    descr. & 4 prints, 5Apr23; MU2263.

  BUILDING THE GREAT LOS ANGELES AQUEDUCT. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 40 prints, 27Jan13; LU302.

  BUILDING THE SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND BAY BRIDGE. 1937. 35 mm.

    © Kenneth Ferguson Roberts; 9Apr37; MP7355.

  BUILDING UP THE HEALTH OF A NATION, FEATURING BERNARR MCFADDEN.
    Powers. 1915-16. © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    1. © 29Dec15; MP478.

    2. © 12Jan16; MP487.

    3. © 26Jan16; MP502.

    4. © 9Feb16; MP520.

  BUILDING WINNERS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 12May24; MU2546.

  BUILDING WINNERS. (Grantland Rice Sports-Eye-View, no. 1) 1932. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Director, Jack Eaton.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 18Aug32; MP3459.

  BUILT ON A BLUFF. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont.

    © Grand-Asher Distributing Corp.; 5Feb24; LP19890.

  BULL AND SAND. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 11Dec24; LU20880.

  THE BULL FIGHT. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational. Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1935. 546 ft., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; scored and conducted by Philip A.
    Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 8Feb35; MP5364.

  THE BULL FIGHTER. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 12May27; LU23956.

  THE BULL THROWER. Rainbow. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by J. A. Howe.

    © Century Comedies; 9Feb20; LP14731.

  THE BULL THROWER. (Toby the Pup, no. 12) 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Dick Huemor, Sid Marcus.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Jun31; LP2385.

  THE BULL TOSSER. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ernst Laemmle; story, William E. Wing.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Apr24; LP20109.

  BULLDOG COURAGE. 1936. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sig Neufeld, Leslie Simmonds; director, Sam
    Newfield; story, Frances Guihan, Joseph O'Donnell; film editor, Roy
    Luby.

    © Puritan Pictures; 14Jan36; LP6077.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND. 1929. 10 reels. Based on the play by Sapper [pseud.
    of Herman Cyril McNeile].

    Credits: Produced and directed by F. Richard Jones; scenario,
    Wallace Smith; dialogue, Sidney Howard; film editor, Viola Lawrence.

    © Samuel Goldwyn; 18Jul29; LP593.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND AGAIN. SEE Bulldog Drummond Escapes.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND AND THE ORIENTAL MIND. SEE Bulldog Drummond's Bride.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND AT BAY. 1937. 7 reels, sd. Adapted from the novel by
    H. C. McNeile.

    Credits: Director, Norman Lee; screenplay, James Parrish, Patrick
    Kirwan; film editor, J. Corbett.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15May37; LP7316.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND COMES BACK. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on "The Female of the Species" by H. C. "Sapper" McNeile.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; screenplay, Edward T. Lowe; film
    editor, Jimmy Smith.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 24Sep37; LP7458.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND ESCAPES. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 7 reels,
    sd. Based on the play "Bulldog Drummond Again" by Sapper [pseud. of
    H. C. McNeile] and Gerard Fairlie.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Edward T. Lowe; film
    editor, William Shea.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 21Jan37; LP6868.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND IN AFRICA. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on the novel "Challenge" by H. C. "Sapper" McNeile.

    Credits: Producer, Harold Hurley; director, Louis King; screenplay,
    Garnett Weston; film editor, Anne Bauchens.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 5Aug38; LP8190.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND STRIKES BACK. 1934. 9 reels, sd. Based on the novel
    by Sapper [pseud. of Herman Cyril McNeile].

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay, Nunnally Johnson;
    adaptation, Henry Lehrman.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 18Jun34; LP4771.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND'S BRIDE. 1939. 6 reels, sd. Based on the novel
    "Bulldog Drummond and the Oriental Mind" by H. C. (Sapper) McNeile.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Stuart Palmer, Garnett
    Weston; film editor, Chandler House.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 30Jun39; LP8938.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND'S PERIL. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 7 reels,
    sd. Based on "The Third Round" by H. C. (Sapper) McNeile.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Stuart Palmer; film
    editor, Ed Dmytryk.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 18Mar38; LP7901.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND'S REVENGE. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on "The Return of Bulldog Drummond" by H. C. (Sapper)
    McNeile.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; screenplay, Edward T. Lowe; film
    editor, Arthur Schmidt.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 27Dec37; LP7722.

  BULLDOG DRUMMOND'S SECRET POLICE. 1939. 6 reels, sd. Based on "Temple
    Tower" by H. C. (Sapper) McNeile.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Garnett Weston.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 14Apr39; LP8781.

  BULLDOG EDITION. 1936. 6 reels. Adapted from "Back in Circulation" by
    Danny Ahearn.

    Credits: Producer, Nat Levine; supervision, William Berke; director,
    Charles Lamont; original story, Richard English; screenplay, Richard
    English, Karen De Wolf.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Sep36; LP6669.

  BULLDOG PLUCK. 1927. 5 reels. Adapted from the story "Hardwick of
    Hambone" by W. Bert Foster.

    Credits: Director, Jack Nelson; continuity, Evanne Blasdale,
    Madeline Matzen.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 1Jun27; LP24031.

  BULLDOZING THE BULL. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Willard Bowsky, George
    Germanetti.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 19Aug38; MP8731.

  BULL-ERO. (Paul Terry-Toons) 1932. 6 min., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 3Apr32; LP2987.

  THE BULLET MARK. 1928. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Stuart Paton; story, Harry Wood; scenario, Joseph
    Roach.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 12Feb28; LP24982.

  BULLET PROOF. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lynn F. Reynolds; story, John Frederick.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Apr20; LP15030.

  BULLET-PROOF! © 1937.

    © Frigidaire Corp.; title, descr. & 605 prints, 14Jun37; MU7511.

  BULLETIN 70. Bray Pictures Corp. 1920. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jamison Handy.

    © Marcus A. Dow; 27Sep20; MP1733.

  BULLETS AND BONEHEADS. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Craig Hutchison.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 6Dec17; LP11806.

  BULLETS AND BROWN EYES. © 1916.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince; director, Scott Sidney;
    scenario, J. G. Hawks.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (J. G. Hawks, author); title, descr. & 562
    prints, 28Mar16; LU7934.

  BULLETS AND BROWN EYES. 1916. 5 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (J. G. Hawks & Thos. H. Ince, author);
    12Mar16; LP10828.

  BULLETS AND BULL. (Happy Hooligan) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 20 prints,
    8Dec17; LU11791.

  BULLETS OR BALLOTS. First National. Presented by First National
    Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone Corp. 1936. 9 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Keighley; story, Martin Mooney, Seton I.
    Miller; screenplay, Seton I. Miller.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Jun36; LP6401.

  BULLIES AND BULLETS. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Graham Baker, Lawrence Semon; director, Lawrence Semon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 13Dec16; LP9732.

  BULLIES AND BULLETS. 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lawrence Semon; story, Lawrence Semon, Graham
    Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 23Mar20; LP14916.

  BULLIN, THE BULLSHEVIKI. © 1919.

    Credits: Written and directed by Frank L. Donovan.

    © Eff & Eff Producing Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 67 prints, 2Aug19;
    LU14020.

  BULLMANIA. 1931. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story, Billy House; dialogue
    staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 18Aug31; LP2410.

  BULL-ONEY. (An Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Walt Lantz, Tom Palmer.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Oct28; LP25707.

  BULLONEY. (A Flip the Frog Cartoon) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 30May33; MP4077.

  BULLS AND BEARS. (Educational-Mack Sennett Talking Comedies) 1930. 20
    min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 4Apr30; LP1210.

  THE BULL'S EYE. Universal Special. 1917-18. 2 reels each. © Universal
    Film Mfg. Co., Inc.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; story, Blaine Pearson, Harvey
    Gates, Henry McRae, James W. Horne; scenario, Harvey Gates, Tom
    Gibson, Frank H. Clark.

    1. First Blood. © 13Dec17; LP11837.

    2. The Fearless One. © 13Dec17; LP11838.

    3. Desperate Odds. © 5Jan18; LP11910.

    4. Still in the Ring. © 17Jan18; LP11966.

    5. The Swing of Death. © 17Jan18; LP11967.

    6. On the Brink. © 17Jan18; LP11968.

    7. Riding Wild. © 12Feb18; LP12048.

    8. The Flaming Crisis. © 12Feb18; LP12065.

    9. Dynamite. © 16Feb18; LP12066.

    10. Coyotes of the Desert. © 18Feb18; LP12085.

    11. Fired. © 27Feb18; LP12107.

    12. Burning Sands. © 11Mar18; LP12180.

    13. Sold at Auction. © 16Mar18; LP12181.

    14. The Firing Squad. © 27Mar18; LP12240.

    15. The Stained Face. © 4Apr18; LP12272.

    16. Running Wild. © 18Apr18; LP12318.

    17. In Irons. © 27Apr18; LP12345.

    18. The Runaway. © 7May18; LP12394.

  BULL'S EYES. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1926.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    17 prints, 17Sep26; MU3550.

  BULL'S EYES FROM BREAKDOWNS. 1936. For Ward Baking Co. 1 reel.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 31Dec36; MP7199.

  THE BULLSHIVIKS. (Star Comedy) 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directed by Lyons-Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Apr19; LP13658.

  THE BULLY. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 20Jun27; MU4104.

  THE BULLY. (A Flip the Frog Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 23Jun32; MP3382.

  A BULLY AFFAIR. © 1915.

    Credits: Director, James Douglass.

    © American Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 101 prints, 13Sep15;
    LU6360.

  BULLY BEEF. 1930. 1 reel.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Audio Cinema, Inc.; 13Nov30; LP1732.

  A BULLY FROG. (Terry Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1936. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Mannie Davis, George Gordon; music, Philip A.
    Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 18Sep36; MP7037.

  A BULLY PAIR. (Star Comedy) 1922. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Oct22; LP18355.

  THE BULLY'S END. (Aesop's Fables) The Van Beuren Corp. 1933. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry Bailey.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van Beuren Corp., author); 16Jun33;
    MP4366.

  THE BUM BANDIT. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Apr31; MP2441.

  A BUM BOMB. Nestor. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by John McDermott.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5Sep18; LP12835.

  BUM-BUM-BUM. 1917. 15 min.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 6Apr17; LP10531.

  BUM GRAFTERS. 1923. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15May23; LP18968.

  BUM SLICKERS. 1923. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Jun23; LP19124.

  A BUM STEER. (Krazy Kat) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ben Harrison, Manny Gould; producer, Charles B. Mintz.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 21Apr28; MP4944.

  BUM VOYAGE. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Thelma Todd and Patsy Kelly Comedy)
    1934. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Nick Grinde; film editor, Louis McManus.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 11Dec34; LP5221.

  A BUMPER CROP. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 26May26; MU3442.

  BUMPING ALONG. (Cameo Comedy) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Francis J. Martin.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 18Oct28; LP25805.

  BUMPING INTO BROADWAY. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 18Mar20; LU14893.

  BUMPING INTO HOLLYWOOD. (Mirthquake Comedy) 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Eugene De Rue; scenario, Glen Lambert.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 26Oct22; LP18345.

  BUMS AND BOARDERS. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gilbert Pratt; story, Montgomery and Rock.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 24Dec18; LP13206.

  BUN VOYAGE. 1932. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Directors, Frank Cambria, Ray Cozine.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 2Jun32; LP3073.

  A BUNCH OF FLOWERS. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co. (Anita Loos, author); title, descr. & 73 prints,
    28Feb14; LU2247.

  A BUNCH OF KEYS. 1915. 5 reels.

    Credits: Charles Hoyt.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 21Jul15; LP5893.

  A BUNCH OF KISSES. Century. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Fred Fishback.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Mar21; LP16278.

  A BUNCH OF MATCHES. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15May15; LP5308.

  BUNCO BILL'S VISIT; or, TEACHING HIM A LESSON. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (George Ridgwell, author); 10Apr14;
    LP2491.

  A BUNDLE OF BLUES. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 1Sep33; MP4262.

  A BUNDLE OF TROUBLE. Nestor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Louis William Chaudet; story, Karl R. Coolidge.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Feb17; LP10260.

  BUNGALOW BOOBS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 29Oct24; LU20712.

  BUNGALOW TROUBLES. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Austin.

    © Mack Sennett; 14Dec20; LP15939.

  BUNGALOWING. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Jackson; story, Thomas J. Gray.

    © Klever Pictures, Inc.; 25May17; LP10833.

  BUNGLED BUNGALOWS. (Star Comedy) 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Lyons-Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Dec19; LP14640.

  BUNGS AND BUNGLERS. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith; story, Anthony W. Coldeway.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 31Oct19; LP14369.

  BUNKER BATTLERS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 7Jul28; MP5173.

  BUNKER BEAN. 1936. 7 reels, sd. From the play by Lee Wilson Dodd,
    based on the novel by Harry Leon Wilson.

    Credits: Associate producer, William Sistrom; directors, William
    Hamilton, Edward Killy; screenplay, Edmund North, James Gow, Dorothy
    Yost.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Jun36; LP6433.

  BUNKERED. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mrs. Sidney Drew.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp. (V. B. K. Film Corp., author); 12Jul19;
    LP13969.

  BUNNIES AND BONNETS. (Krazy Kat) Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp.
    1933. Adapted from the cartoon character by George Herriman. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; adaptation, Ben Harrison, Manny
    Gould; animation, Al Eugster, Preston Blair; musical score, Joe De
    Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 1Apr33; MP3951.

  BUNNY BACKSLIDES. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Mrs. Tom Coleman, author); 7Oct14;
    LP3511.

  BUNNY BUYS A HAREM. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (George Ridgwell, author); 8May14;
    LP2657.

  BUNNY BUYS A HAT FOR HIS BRIDE. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Roy L. McCardell, author); 1May14;
    LP2641.

  BUNNY FOR THE CAUSE. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Marguerite Bertsch, author); 26Aug13;
    LP1156.

  BUNNY IN BUNNYLAND. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Carl Lederer, author); 1May15; MP319.

  BUNNY-MOONING. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Edward
    Nolan.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 12Feb37; MP7212.

  BUNNY'S BIRTHDAY. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker; screenplay, Frederick Piano.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Frederick Piano, author); 16Jan14;
    LP2044.

  BUNNY'S LITTLE BROTHER. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Jay Dwiggins, author); 13Nov14;
    LP3787.

  BUNNY'S MISTAKE. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (D. M. Schroeder, author); 20Nov13;
    LP1812.

  BUNNY'S SCHEME. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker; story, E. R. Cooper.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (E. R. Cooper, author); 4Mar14; LP2286.

  BUNNY'S SWELL AFFAIR. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Frederick Piano, author); 28Apr14;
    LP2612.

  BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. 1920. 7 reels.

    Credits: Supervision and direction, Reginald Barker; story, Graham
    Moffat; scenario, J. G. Hawks, Charles Kenyon.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 28Nov20; LP15851.

  THE BURDEN BEARER. Big U. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: J. McGrew Willis; producer, Burton King.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jul15; LP5813.

  THE BURDEN OF PROOF. 1918. 5 reels. Based on a novel by Victorien
    Sardou.

    © Marion Davies Film Corp.; 9Sep18; LP12923.

  BUREAU OF MISSING PERSONS. 1933. 8 reels. Based on the story "Missing
    Men" by John H. Ayers and Carol Bird.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay, Robert Presnell.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 14Sep33; LP4128.

  THE BURGLAR. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: R. A. Dillon; director, P. C. Hartigan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. Inc.; 11Oct16; LP9290.

  THE BURGLAR. Presented by William A. Brady. © 1917. Based on the play
    by Augustus Thomas.

    Credits: Director, Harley Knoles; scenario, Virginia Tyler Hudson.

    © World Film Corp. (Virginia Tyler Hudson, author); title & descr.,
    18Oct17; 337 prints, 19Oct17; LU11584.

  THE BURGLAR. 1924. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George E. Marshall; story, Richard Harding Davis;
    scenario, Robert P. Kerr.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 30Nov24; LP20853.

  THE BURGLAR. Presented by Mack Sennett. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, John A. Waldron; director, Phil Whitman;
    story, Dick Barrows, Frank Capra; screen editor, William Hornbeck.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Oct28; LP25780.

  THE BURGLAR. Presented by Radio Pictures. 1929. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Dick Currier; director, Dudley Murphy; editor,
    Russell Sheilds.

    © RKO Productions, Inc.; 11Aug29; LP956.

  THE BURGLAR. SEE The Family Secret.

  THE BURGLAR ALARM. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 6Jun23; MU2290.

  BURGLAR BY PROXY. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Jack Dillion.

    © Jack Pickford Productions; 25Jul19; LP13994.

  A BURGLAR BY REQUEST. Nestor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Fred Palmer, C. B. Hoadley; director, Louis William
    Chaudet.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21May17; LP10811.

  THE BURGLAR GODFATHER. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 22Nov15; LP7034.

  BURGLAR PROOF. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Story, William Slavens McNutt.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 7Sep20; LP15541.

  A BURGLAR TO THE RESCUE. (Shadow Series) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Adapted and directed by George Cochrane; story, Herman
    Landon.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Jul31; LP2356.

  THE BURGLAR WHO ROBBED DEATH. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, Lem B. Parker.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Lanier Bartlett, author); title, descr. & 35
    prints, 26Apr13; LU647.

  BURGLARIOUS BILLY. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Lee Beggs.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (George H. Plympton, author);
    17Feb15; LP4510.

  BURGLARS. Paramount-Briggs. 1919. 1 reel. Based on "The Days of Real
    Sport" by Briggs.

    Credits: Director, John William Kellette; scenario, Doty Hobart.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 1Nov19; LP14385.

  BURGLARS BOLD. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 9Mar21; LU16243.

  A BURGLAR'S BRIDE. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jack Cunningham; director, Allen Curtis.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Jun17; LP10931.

  THE BURGLAR'S DILEMMA. © 1912.

    © Biograph Company (Lionel Barrymore, author); title, descr. & 154
    prints, 13Dec12; LU169.

  THE BURGLAR'S SACRIFICE. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 76 prints, 3Apr14; LU2432.

  BURIED ALIVE. Big U. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Feb17; LP10236.

  BURIED ALIVE. SEE His Double Life.

  BURIED ALIVE IN A COAL MINE. © 1913.

    © International Feature Film Co. (Isidor Bernstein, author); title,
    descr. & 260 prints, 2Jan13; LU248.

  A BURIED CITY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5May15; MP320.

  BURIED LOOT. (Crime Does Not Pay Series, no. 1) 1935. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Screenplay and direction, George B. Seitz; story, Marty
    Brooks.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 18Jan35; LP5302.

  A BURIED SECRET; or, RIGHT JUSTICE. © 1914.

    ** © Itala Film Co. of America; title, 25Jul14; descr., 27Feb14; 75
    prints, 10Jul14; LU3093.

  THE BURIED SECRET. © 1916.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 76 prints, 6Nov16;
    LU9457.

  BURIED TREASURE. 1919. 2 reels. From the story by O. Henry [pseud. of
    William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Scenario and direction, Kenneth Webb.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 7Aug19; LP14052.

  BURIED TREASURE. Cosmopolitan Productions. 1921. 7 reels.

    Credits: Elaborated and directed by George D. Baker; story, F.
    Britten Austin.

    © International Film Service Co., Inc.; 10Apr21; LP16593.

  BURIED TREASURE. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 23Jan26; LU22293.

  BURIED TREASURE. (Scenic Novelties) 1927. 1 reel.

    © Edco Producing Unit, Inc.; 10May27; MP4011.

  BURIED TREASURE. (A Captain and the Kids Cartoon) Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd., sepia. Based on the United
    Features comic "The Captain and the Kids."

    Credits: Supervision, Robert Allen.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 15Sep38; MP8799.

  THE BURIED TREASURE OF COBRE. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Beal.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Richard Harding Davis, author); 18Dec15;
    LP7304.

  THE BURIED TREASURES OF CEYLON, AS SEEN BY DOCTOR DORSEY. Powers.
    1917. 1/2 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Feb17; MP850.

  BURKE AND DURKIN IN A TÊTE-A-TÊTE IN SONGS. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Oct29; MP745.

  BURKESES AMY. SEE The Hoodlum.

  BURLESQUE. (Paul Terry Toons) 1932. 6 min.

    Credits: Frank Moser and Paul Terry.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 4Sep32; LP3387.

  BURLESQUE. SEE The Dance of Life.

  BURMA, RANGOON, INDIA. 1912. 350 ft.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Oct12; MP4.

  BURN-'EM-UP BARNES. Presented by Nat Levine. 1934. 2 reels each,
    except no. 1 which is 3 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Colbert Clark, Armand Schaefer; story, John
    Rathmell, Colbert Clark; screenplay, Al Martin, Armand Schaefer,
    Barney Sarekey, Sherman Lowe; supervising editor, Wyndham Gittens.

    1. King of the Dirt Tracks.

    2. The News Reel Murder.

    3. The Phantom Witness.

    4. The Celluloid Clue.

    5. The Decoy Driver.

    6. The Crimson Alibi.

    7. Roaring Rails.

    8. The Death Crash.

    9. The Man Higher Up.

    10. The Missing Link.

    11. Surrounded.

    12. The Fatal Whisper.

    © Mascot Pictures Corp. (John Rathmell, Colbert Clark, authors); no.
    1-12, 13Jun34; LP5600.

  BURN 'EM UP O'CONNOR. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 7 reels,
    sd., b&w. Based on a book by Sir Malcolm Campbell.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sedgwick; screenplay, Milton Merlin, Byron
    Morgan; film editor, Ben Lewis; music score, David Snell.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Jan39; LP8553.

  BURN WITCH BURN. SEE The Devil Doll.

  BURNED AT THE STEAK. (The Great Hokum Mystery) (A Johnnie Walker
    Novelty) Atlas Sound Studios. Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.
    Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1932. 1,622 ft., sd.

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

    © Johnnie Walker; 16Oct32; LP3848.

  THE BURNING BAND. (Is Marriage Sacred?) 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Charles Mortimer Peck; director, E. H. Calvert.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 4Dec16; LP9657.

  BURNING BRIDGES. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, James P. Hogan; story, Jack Boyle; adaptation,
    Edw. J. Meagher.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 10Sep28; LP25609.

  BURNING DAYLIGHT. © 1914. From the story by Jack London.

    © Bosworth, Inc. (Jack London, author); title, descr. & 56 prints,
    21Aug14; LU3246.

  BURNING DAYLIGHT. © 1914. From the story by Jack London.

    © Bosworth, Inc. (Jack London, author); title & 49 prints, 3Oct14;
    descr., 30Sep14; LU3468.

  BURNING DAYLIGHT. C. E. Shurtleff, Inc. 1920. 6 reels. From the story
    by Jack London.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sloman; scenario, A. S. Le Vino.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 20May20; LP15143.

  BURNING DAYLIGHT. Presented by Richard A. Rowland. 1928. 7 reels. From
    the story by Jack London.

    Credits: Producers, Charles J. Brabin, Wid Gunning; adaptation and
    continuity, Louis Stevens.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 14Mar28; LP25063.

  BURNING GOLD. Presented by Winchester Pictures. 1936. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Sam Newfield; story, Stuart Anthony; screenplay,
    Earl Snell.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Jan36; LP6095.

  THE BURNING QUESTION. 1919. 8 reels.

    Credits: Story, O. E. Goebel, Condé B. Pallen.

    © Catholic Art Association, Inc.; 7Oct19; LP14270.

  BURNING SANDS. 1922. 7 reels. From the novel by Arthur Weigall.

    Credits: Adaptation, Olga Printzlau, Waldemar Young.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 5Sep22; LP18216.

  THE BURNING SILENCE. Bison. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by A. W. Rice.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Mar17; LP10431.

  BURNING THE CANDLE. 1917. 72 min.

    Credits: Turner White; arranged and directed by Harry Beaumont.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 21Feb17; LP10263.

  BURNING THE WIND. Jewel. 1928. 6 reels. Suggested by the novel "A
    Daughter of the Dons" by William MacLeod Raine.

    Credits: Directors, Henry MacRae, Herbert Blache.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4May28; LP25226.

  BURNING TIMBER. (Outdoor Sketches) Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1927. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Robert C. Bruce.

    © Edco Producing Unit, Inc.; 10Oct27; MP4359.

  THE BURNING TRAIL. 1925. 5 reels. From the novel "Sundown Slim" by
    Henry Herbert Knibbs.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Rosson.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19Feb25; LP21167.

  THE BURNING TRAIL. © 1913.

    ** © Itala Film Co. of America; title, descr. & 75 prints, 19Dec13;
    LU1861.

  BURNING UP. 1930. 5,251 ft.

    Credits: Director, A. Edward Sutherland; story, William Slavens
    McNutt, Grover Jones.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 30Jan30; LP1044.

  BURNING UP BROADWAY. Presented by Sterling Productions, Inc. 1928. 66
    mm.

    Credits: Supervision and production, Joe Rock; director, Philip
    Rosen; story, Norman Houston; continuity, Frances Guiban.

    © Sterling Pictures Distributing Corp.; 19Jan28; LP24889.

  BURNING WORDS. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Stuart Paton; story and scenario, Harrison
    Jacobs.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 19May23; LP18977.

  BURNING YOUTH. (Sid Saylor Comedy) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; story, T. Page Wright, Bill Weber.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Aug29; LP637.

  BURNS AND ALLEN IN LAMBCHOPS. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Oct29; MP748.

  BURNS AND KISSEN IN DANK YOU. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Sep28; MP5353.

  BURNT FINGERS. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (G. Marian Burton and Maurice Campbell,
    authors); title, descr. & 109 prints, 31Jan27; LU23608.

  BURNT OFFERING. SEE A Passport to Hell.

  BURNT UP. (Krazy Kat, no. 18) 1927. 1 reel.

    © R-C Pictures Corp. (Winkler Pictures, Inc., author); 9May27;
    LP24073.

  BURNT WINGS. 1920. 5 reels. From the play "The Primrose Path" by
    Bayard Veiller.

    Credits: Director, William Christy Cabanne; scenario, Percy Heath,
    William Christy Cabanne.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Feb20; LP14802.

  BURY THE HATCHET. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

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

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 27Jul37; LP7319.

  THE BUSH LEAGUER. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton; story, Charles Gordon Saxton;
    scenario, Harvey Gates.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Aug27; LP24278.

  THE BUSHER. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Thomas H. Ince; director, Jerry Storm; story,
    Earle Snell; scenario, R. Cecil Smith.

    © Thos. H. Ince Corp.; 7May19; LP13709.

  THE BUSHRANGER. 1928. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Chet Withey; story, Madeleine Ruthven;
    continuity, George C. Hull; titles, Paul Perez; film editor, William
    Le Vanway.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 10Nov28; LP25815.

  BUSINESS AND PLEASURE. 1931. 7,158 ft., sd. From the play "The
    Plutocrat" by Arthur Goodrich, based on the novel by Booth
    Tarkington.

    Credits: Associate producer, A. L. Rockett; director, Dave Butler;
    adaptation and dialogue, William Conselman; editor, Irene Morra.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 30Nov31; LP2829.

  BUSINESS BEFORE HONESTY. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Parott.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Company; 14Aug18; LP12747.

  BUSINESS BEFORE PLEASURE. SEE In Hollywood with Potash and Perlmutter.

  A BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Ray; story, Mabel Herbert Urner; scenario,
    Catherine Carr.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 23Aug25; LP21827.

  BUSINESS IN GREAT WATERS. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Direction and narration, Charles W. Barrell.

    © Western Electric Co. (Charles Wisner Barrell, author); 29Mar30;
    MP1420.

  BUSINESS IS A PLEASURE. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Eddie Cline; story, Edmund Joseph, Barry Trivers.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr34; LP4654.

  BUSINESS IS AS GOOD AS YOU MAKE IT. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 15Sep28;
    MP5432.

  BUSINESS IS BEST. SEE The Girl from Chicago.

  BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. Broadway Universal. 1915. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Otis Turner; story, Octave Mirabeau; scenario, F.
    McGrew Willis.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Aug15; LP6241.

  BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Erie Kenton.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 4Dec21; LP17408.

  THE BUSINESS OF LIFE. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tim Terris; story, Robert W. Chambers.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 5Apr18; LP12280.

  BUSINESS RIVALS. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Henry C. Rowland.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 30Jul15; LU5967.

  BUSINESS VERSUS LOVE. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (C. C. Glick, author); title & descr.,
    14Aug14; 50 prints, 15Aug14; LU3196.

  BUSINESS WITHOUT PLEASURE. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Twede-Dan [pseud. of F. Perez].

    © William Steiner (Hap Farnell & Twede-Dan, authors); title, descr.
    & 49 prints, 6Aug19; LU14035.

  BUSINESS WORRIES. Bluebird. 1926. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Summerville.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Nov26; LP23312.

  BUSSE RHYTHM. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; continuity, Justin Herman.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 7Oct38; MP8831.

  BUSTED BLOSSOMS. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational. Presented by E. W.
    Hammons. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; scored and conducted by Philip A.
    Scheib.

    © Moser & Terry, Inc.; 10Aug34; MP4929.

  A BUSTED FLUSH. © 1915.

    © Zenith Films, Inc. (Leslie T. Peacocke, author); title, descr. &
    13 prints, 22Jul15; LU5882.

  BUSTED HEARTS AND BUTTERMILK. Nestor. 1917. 1 reel. A burlesque "Just
    a Woman's Way" by Lincoln J. Carter.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Dec17; LP11870.

  A BUSTED HONEYMOON. 1916. 1 reel.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 17May16; LP8306.

  THE BUSTER. 1923. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Colin Campbell; story, William Patterson White;
    scenario, Jack Strumwasser.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 11Feb23; LP19079.

  BUSTER AND HIS GOAT. 1914. 1 reel. From the cartoons of "Buster Brown"
    by R. F. Outcault.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Aug14; LP3178.

  BUSTER AND SUNSHINE. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Sam Foulds, author); title & 21 prints,
    26Dec13; descr., 24Dec13; LU3073.

  BUSTER BE GOOD. (Buster Brown Series) Special Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Lamont.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Jun25; LP21559.

  BUSTER BROWN AND THE GERMAN BAND. (Buster Brown Cartoons) 1914. 1
    reel. From the cartoons of "Buster Brown" by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Charles H. France.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Oct14; LP3671.

  BUSTER BROWN CARTOONS. SEE Stop Barking.

  BUSTER BROWN CAUSES A COMMOTION. 1914. 1 reel. From the cartoons of
    "Buster Brown" by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Charles H. France.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 23Nov14; LP3826.

  BUSTER BROWN GETS THE WORST OF IT. 1914. 1 reel. From the cartoons of
    "Buster Brown" by R. F. Outcault.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 14Sep14; LP3365.

  BUSTER BROWN ON THE CARE AND TREATMENT OF GOATS. 1914. 1 reel. From
    the cartoons of "Buster Brown" by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Charles H. France.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 1Sep14; LP3304.

  BUSTER BROWN PICKS OUT THE COSTUMES. (Buster Brown Cartoons) 1914. 1
    reel. From the cartoons of "Buster Brown" by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Charles H. France.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 17Oct14; LP3559.

  BUSTER BROWN'S EDUCATION. 1914. 1 reel. From the cartoons of "Buster
    Brown" by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Charles H. France.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 26Sep14; LP3440.

  BUSTER BROWN'S UNCLE. 1914. 1 reel. From the cartoons of "Buster
    Brown" by R. F. Outcault.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 6Oct14; LP3480.

  BUSTER COME ON. (Buster Brown Special) (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1927. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17May27; LP23990.

  BUSTER, DON'T FORGET. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels. From the
    cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Aug26; LP23056.

  BUSTER HELPS DAD. (Stern Bros. Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Apr26; LP22621.

  BUSTER MINDS THE BABY. (A Stern Brothers Comedy) 1928. 2 reels. From
    cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15May28; LP25266.

  BUSTER SHOWS OFF. (Stern Brothers Comedy) (Buster Brown Special) 1927.
    2 reels. From the cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Roland Asher.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Jun27; LP24101.

  BUSTER STEPS OUT. (Stern Brothers Comedy) (Buster Brown Comedy) 1927.
    2 reels. From the cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Jun27; LP24121.

  BUSTER TRIMS UP. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1928. 2 reels. From the
    cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 6Jun28; LP25346.

  BUSTER, WATCH TIGE. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Jun26; LP22820.

  BUSTER, WHAT'S NEXT? (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1927. 2 reels. From the
    cartoons of R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Jul27; LP24248.

  BUSTER'S BIG CHANCE. (Buster Brown Series) (Stern Brothers Comedy)
    1927. 2 reels. From the cartoons of R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Jul27; LP24247.

  BUSTER'S BUST-UP. (Buster Brown Comedy) Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Nov25; LP21970.

  BUSTER'S DARK MYSTERY. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels. From the
    cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 17Aug26; LP23039.

  BUSTER'S FRAME-UP. (Buster Brown Series) (Stern Brothers Comedy)
    Junior Jewel. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 8Mar27; LP23749.

  BUSTER'S GIRL FRIEND. (Stern Brothers Comedy) (Buster Brown Special)
    1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Jun26; LP22822.

  BUSTER'S HANDICAP. (Stern Brothers Comedy) Junior Jewel. 1927. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 28Mar27; LP23819.

  BUSTER'S HEART-BEATS. (Stern Brothers Comedy) Century. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 5Apr26; LP22569.

  BUSTER'S HOME LIFE. (Buster Brown Special) (Stern Brothers Comedy)
    1927. 2 reels. From the cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11May27; LP23961.

  BUSTER'S HUNTING PARTY. (Buster Brown) (Stern Brothers Comedy)
    Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 18Dec25; LP22160.

  BUSTER'S INITIATION. (Buster Brown Series) Junior Jewel. 1927. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Apr27; LP23837.

  BUSTER'S LITTLE GAME. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (C. W. Vansant, author); title, descr. & 35
    prints, 11Dec13; LU1773.

  BUSTER'S MIX UP. (Buster Brown) Century. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Jan26; LP22319.

  BUSTER'S NARROW ESCAPE. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 18Jun26; LP22837.

  BUSTER'S NIGHTMARE. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Nov25; LP21999.

  BUSTER'S NOSE DIVE. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Nov25; LP22027.

  BUSTER'S ORPHAN PARTY. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 10Apr26; LP22596.

  BUSTER'S PICNIC. (Stern Bros. Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 22Jul26; LP22947.

  BUSTER'S PRIZE WINNER. (Stern Brothers Comedy) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15Jul26; LP22928.

  BUSTER'S SKYROCKET. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 18Dec25; LP22161.

  BUSTER'S SLEIGH RIDE. (Stern Bros. Comedy) (Buster Brown Series) 1926.
    2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Jul26; LP22982.

  BUSTER'S SPOOKS. (Stern Bros. Comedy) 1929. 2 reels. From the "Buster
    Brown" cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 7Feb29; LP97.

  BUSTER'S WHIPPET RACE. (A Stern Brothers Comedy) (Buster Brown Series)
    1928. 2 reels. From the cartoons by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Jan28; LP24856.

  BUSTIN' THRU. (Blue Streak Western) 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Clifford S. Smith; story and continuity,
    Buckleigh Oxford.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Jun25; LP21619.

  BUSTING BUSTER. (A Stern Brothers Comedy) 1928. 2 reels. From cartoons
    by R. F. Outcault.

    Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15May28; LP25267.

  BUSTING IN AND OUT OF SOCIETY. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Produced and written by Ralph Whiting.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Ralph Whiting, author); 2Sep16; LP9041.

  BUSTING INTO SOCIETY. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Allen Curtis; scenario, Tom Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Aug17; LP11265.

  A BUSY AFTERNOON ON LAKE IRENE. © 1921.

    © Harry N. Michael; title, descr. & 3 prints, 28Sep21; MU2044.

  THE BUSY BARBER. (Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1932. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Sep32; MP3510.

  BUSY BARCELONA. (Around the World with Burton Holmes) 1930. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Burton Holmes.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 29Dec30; MP2165.

  THE BUSY BEAVERS. (Silly Symphony Cartoon, no. 19) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 22Jun31; MP2676.

  THE BUSY BEE. (Paul Terry-Toons) Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1936. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Mannie Davis, George Gordon; scored and
    conducted by Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 29May36; MP6519.

  BUSY BEES. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 20Jul22; LU18065.

  THE BUSY BELL BOY. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Lawrence S. McCloskey, author); 27Apr15; LP5167.

  BUSY BIRDS. SEE Krazy Kat in Busy Birds.

  BUSY BODIES. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 19Dec27; MP4545.

  BUSY BODIES. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Laurel-Hardy Comedy) Presented by Hal
    Roach. 1933. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 16Sep33; LP4129.

  BUSY BUS. (A Krazy Kat Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp.
    1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Allen Rose; animation,
    Harry Love, Preston Blair; musical score, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 2May34; MP4733.

  BUSY FINGERS. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Jasper Ewing Brady.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Dec29; MP1042.

  BUSY LITTLE BEARS. (Paramount Paragraphics) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, John A. Haeseler; continuity, Justin Herman;
    editor, Leslie Roush; narrator, Frank Crumit.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 20Oct39; MP9721.

  BUSY LIZZIE. (Educational-Mermaid Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer and supervisor, Jack White; director, James Jones.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 18Jan27; LP23568.

  BUT A BUTLER. (Broadway Comedy) 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Morris R. Schlank; director, Al. Santell.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 6Apr22; LP17735.

  BUT THE FLESH IS WEAK. 1932. 8 reels, sd., b&w. From the play "Truth
    Game" by Ivor Novello.

    Credits: Director, Jack Conway; continuity and dialogue, Ivor
    Novello; film editor, Tom Held.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Apr32; LP2954.

  THE BUTCHER BOY. 1917. 2 reels.

    © Comicque Film Corp.; 12Apr17; LP10592.

  THE BUTCHER BOY. (Pooch the Pup Comedy) Snappy. 1932. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Sep32; MP3502.

  THE BUTLER. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: William Addison Lathrop; director, George Ridgwell.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 16Sep15; LP6402.

  THE BUTLER. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Edwin McKim.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin McKim, author); 4Mar16; LP7766.

  THE BUTLER'S BLUNDER. Nestor. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Allen Curtis; story, W. Warren Schoene.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 19Jun18; LP12594.

  THE BUTLER'S BUSTED ROMANCE. Sterling. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Mar15; LP4814.

  THE BUTLER'S FIRE. SEE Firing the Butler.

  BUTTE, MONTANA, THE RICHEST MINING CAMP IN THE WORLD. © 1915.

    © John William Curran; title & descr., 21Jun15; 10 prints, 1Jun15;
    MU363.

  BUTTER AGAIN. Nestor. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Allen Curtis; scenario, Tom Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29May18; LP12484.

  THE BUTTER AND EGG MAN. Presented by Richard A. Rowland. 1928. 7
    reels. From the play by George S. Kaufman.

    Credits: Producer and director, Richard Wallace; adaptation,
    Adelaide Heilbron.

    © First National Pictures. Inc.; 9Jul28; LP25435.

  THE BUTTER AND EGG MAN. SEE

    Dance Charlie Dance.

    The Tenderfoot.

  BUTTER FINGERS. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 36
    prints, 23Jun25; LU21583.

  A BUTTER-IN YEGGMAN. 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Direction and story, Henry Lehrman; screenplay, George
    Plympton.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Apr31; LP2174.

  BUTTERFLIES. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    © Electrical Research Products, Inc.; 1Jun31; MP2602.

  BUTTERFLIES AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 29Oct14; LP3629.

  BUTTERFLIES IN THE RAIN. Jewel. 1926. 8 reels. From the novel by
    Andrew Soutar.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sloman.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Sep26; LP23136.

  THE BUTTERFLY. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Theodosia Harris, author); title & descr.,
    14Aug14; 45 prints, 15Aug14; LU3190.

  THE BUTTERFLY. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles L. Gaskill.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Charles L. Gaskill, author); 7Oct14;
    LP3508.

  THE BUTTERFLY. © 1915. Based on the novel by Henry Ketchell Webster.

    © World Film Corp. (O. A. C. Lund, author); title, descr. & 129
    prints, 5May15; LU5272.

  BUTTERFLY. Universal Jewel. 1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Clarence Brown; scenario, Olga Printzlau.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Aug24; LP20496.

  THE BUTTERFLY GIRL. © 1921.

    © Playgoers Pictures (John Gorman, author); title, descr. & 100
    prints, 14May21; LU16533.

  THE BUTTERFLY MAN. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; story, Andrew Bennison.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 22Feb25; LP21179.

  A BUTTERFLY ON THE WHEEL. © 1915.

    © World Film Corp. (E. M. Ingleton, author); title & descr., 7Dec15;
    201 prints, 6Dec15; LU7144.

  BUTTERFLY PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT. Société Cinématographies Éclipse,
    France. © 1914.

    © George Kleine (Société Cinématographies Éclipse, author); title,
    descr. & 28 prints, 14Jan14; LU1959.

  BUTTERFLY RANGE. Presented by William Steiner Productions. © 1922.

    Credits: Story and screen adaptation, Neal Hart.

    © William Steiner (Neal Hart, author); title, descr. & 339 prints,
    18Sep22; LU18227.

  THE BUTTERFLY'S LESSON. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, William Humphrey.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (F. M. Theel, author); 1Sep15;
    LP6260.

  THE BUTTERFLY'S WINGS. 1914. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Santschi.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Nellie Browne Duff, author); 24Oct14; LP3604.

  BUTTING IN. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Arthur D. Hotaling, author); 30Oct14; LP3642.

  BUTTING IN ON BABY. (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 16Mar20; LP14907.

  BUTTON MY BACK. (Tired Business Man Series, no. 4) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, John A. Waldron; director, Phil Whitman;
    story, Phil Whitman, Jefferson Moffitt.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 11Feb29; LP102.

  BUTTONS. 1927. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Story, production, and direction, George Hill; adaptation,
    Hayden Talbot; continuity, Marian Constance Blackton; film editor,
    Sam S. Zimbalist.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 24Dec27; LP25198.

  BUTTS CASEY—CROOK. Released by Knickerbocker. © 1916.

    © Melies Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 40 prints, 28Nov16; LU9615.

  BUY WOOL. © 1914.

    Credits: Screenplay, C. C. Converse.

    © Biograph Co. (C. C. Converse, author); title, descr. & 47 prints,
    24Jan14; LU2029.

  THE BUYER FROM CACTUS CITY. 1918. 2 reels. Based on a story by O.
    Henry [pseud. of William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, Ashley Miller; picturized by Stanley Olmstead.

    © Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.; 19Apr18; LP12325.

  BUYING A GUN. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Harry Grattan; directed and adapted by Henry W. George.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 14Aug29; MP519.

  BUYING BY COMPARISON. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 5Nov27; MP4541.

  BUYING THE USED CAR. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Willys-Overland, Inc. (Raymond J. Faller, author); 1Oct27; MP4417.

  THE BUZZARD'S PREY. Special Imp. 1916. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14Sep16; LP9113.

  BUZZIN' AROUND. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Mar33; LP3742.

  BUZZY BOOP. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, David Tendlar, William
    Sturm.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 22Jul38; MP8601.

  BUZZY BOOP AT THE CONCERT. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Thomas Johnson, Harold
    Walker.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 16Sep38; MP8764.

  BY A STRANGE ROAD. 1914. 1 reel. Adapted from The Smart Set Magazine.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 30Dec14; LP4081.

  BY APPOINTMENT. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Screen direction, Mort Blumenstock; dialogue direction, Max
    E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 31Oct30; LP1704.

  BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; screenplay and dialogue, Robert
    Ellis.

    © Invincible Pictures Corp.; 28Jul33; LP4043.

  BY CANDLELIGHT. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1933. 7 reels, sd. From the
    stage play by Siegfried Geyer.

    Credits: Producer, Carl Laemmle, Jr.; director, James Whale;
    screenplay, Hans Kraly, Karen De Wolf, F. Hugh Herbert, Ruth
    Cummings; additional dialogue, Karen De Wolf; film editor, David
    Berg.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Dec33; LP4328.

  BY CONSCIENCE'S EYE. Rex. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, George Cochrane; story, A. Moore; scenario, Fred
    Myton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Jul16; LP8810.

  BY CORRESPONDENCE. Snappy. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ansel Friedberger; story, Victor Potel;
    continuity, George H. Plympton.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 11Jan28; LP24859.

  BY DESIGN OF HEAVEN. © 1913.

    © Gaumont Co. (Leonce Perret, author); title, descr. & 16 prints,
    24Mar13; LU507.

  BY DIVINE RIGHT. Released by Film Booking Offices of America, Inc.
    1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, R. William Neill; adaptation, Adam Hall Shirk;
    scenario, Joseph Von Sternberg.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 17Apr24; LP20120.

  BY FIRE AND WATER. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ashley Miller.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 30Jul13; LP1048.

  BY GEORGE. (Stern Brothers Comedy) (Let George Do It Series) 1926. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Director, Francis Corby.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15Jul26; LP22927.

  BY GOLLY! 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Murray.

    © Mack Sennett; 18May20; LP15161.

  BY HECK. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth.

    ** © Mack Sennett; 20Feb22; LP17557.

  BY HECK, I'LL SAVE HER. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Allen Curtis; scenario, Tom Gibson.

    © National Film Corp. (Tom Gibson, author); title & descr., 19Mar18;
    11 prints, 29Mar18; LU12236.

  BY HOOK OR CROOK. © 1918.

    Credits: Director, Dell Henderson; story, Harry O. Hoyt; scenario,
    Clara S. Beranger.

    © World Film Corp. (Harry O. Hoyt, author); title, descr. & 135
    prints, 12Sep18; LU12836.

  BY HOOK OR CROOK. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1924.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    19 prints, 31Dec24; MU2822.

  BY INDIAN POST. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Ford; story, William Wallace Cook; scenario,
    H. Tipton Steck.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Apr19; LP13571.

  BY INJUNCTION. 1918. 2 reels. Based on a story by O. Henry [pseud. of
    William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, David Smith; adaptation, Lucian Hubbard.

    © Broadway Star Features Co., Inc.; 2Mar18; LP12137.

  BY LAND AND AIR. (Fable, no. 424) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: John Foster.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 8Jul29; MP403.

  BY LOVE REDEEMED. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, C. Jay Williams.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Alice Williams, author); 29Dec15;
    LP7372.

  BY MAN'S LAW. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (Wm. E. Wing, author); title, descr. & 124 prints,
    22Nov13; LU1644.

  BY MIGHT OF HIS RIGHT. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (William B. Courtney, author);
    15Dec15; LP7225.

  BY MUTUAL AGREEMENT. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Lillian E. Sweetser.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 24Apr13; LP691.

  BY PARCEL POST. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry G. Bates.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 16May14; LP2720.

  BY PERSONS UNKNOWN. (Minute Mysteries) 1934. 1 reel, sd. From the
    story "Death Back Stage" by H. A. Ripley.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Ledermann; screenplay, Harold Shumate.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Jul34; LP4818.

  BY REQUEST. (Melody Master) 1936. 10 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; continuity, Cyrus Wood.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Mar36; LP6174.

  BY RETURN MALE. Imp. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by Mr. Clements.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Oct15; LP6709.

  BY RIGHT OF CONQUEST. SEE The Isle of Conquest.

  BY RIGHT OF LOVE. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Leon D. Kent.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Clarence J. Harris, author); 14Jul16; LP8746.

  BY RIGHT OF POSSESSION. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Alvah Milton Kerr; director, William Wolbert; adaptation,
    Garfield Thompson.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 26Jul17; LP11143.

  BY RIGHT OF PURCHASE. 1918. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Miller; story, Margery Land Mason.

    © Norma Talmadge Film Corp.; 6Mar18; LP12185.

  BY SPESHUL DELIVERY. Victor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George L. Sargent; scenario, Karl Coolidge.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18May17; LP10786.

  BY STORK DELIVERY. © 1916.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 247
    prints, 13Apr16; LU8063.

  BY STORK DELIVERY. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Triangle Film Corp. (Mack Sennett, author); 26Mar16; LP10818.

  BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 23Jan31; MP2248.

  BY THE CAMP FIRE. SEE X. Cugat and Company in By the Camp Fire.

  BY THE FLIP OF A COIN. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Julian Louis Lamothe, author); 22Jun15; LP5648.

  BY THE GOVERNOR'S ORDER. 1914. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Maurice Costello, Robert Gaillord.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Joseph Le Brandt, author); 28Nov14;
    LP3893.

  BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits; Max Fleischer; director, Dave Fleischer.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 14Nov31; MP2911.

  BY THE OLD DEAD TREE. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 87 prints, 19Jun14; LU2882.

  BY THE SAD SEA WAVES. (The Katzenjammer Kids) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 19 prints,
    16Oct17; LU11567.

  BY THE SAD SEA WAVES. © 1917.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Rolin Film Co., author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 12Sep17; LU11378.

  BY THE SEA. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 26Apr15; LP5184.

  BY THE SEA. Bluebird. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Richard Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Sep25; LP21837.

  BY THE SEA. (Paul Terry Toons) Educational Film Exchanges, Inc. 1931.
    6 min.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Terry, Moser & Coffman; 12Jul31; LP2366.

  BY THE SHORTEST OF HEADS. © 1916.

    © Ugo Serra (Percy Manton & Jack Hulcup, authors); title, descr. &
    359 prints, 27Apr16; LU8164.

  BY THE WATERS OF MINNETONKA. (Musical Moods) 1934. 1 reel, sd., color.
    Based on the musical score by Thurlow Lieurance.

    © Audio Productions, Inc. (Robert C. Bruce, author); 9Jan34; LP4500.

  BY THE WHOLESALE. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1926.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 10Nov26; MU3649.

  BY THE WORLD FORGOT. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Dave Smith; story, Cyrus Townsend Brady;
    scenario, F. R. Buckley.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 11Sep18; LP12846.

  BY THIS SIGN YOU WILL CONQUER. SEE In Hoc Signo Vinces.

  BY UNSEEN HAND. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Hardee Kirkland, author); title, descr. & 50
    prints, 2Jan14; LU1889.

  BY UNSEEN HANDS. © 1913.

    © George Kleine (Societa Italiana Cines, author); title, descr. &
    152 prints, 14Mar13; LU482.

  BY WHOSE HAND. © 1913.

    © Film Releases of America; title, descr. & 101 prints, 27Sep13;
    LU1347.

  BY WHOSE HAND? © 1914.

    © Great Northern Special Feature Film Co. (Luna-Film-Industrie,
    author); title, descr. & 41 prints, 2Feb14; LU2068.

  BY WHOSE HAND? Flying A. © 1915.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Mollie Shafer, author); title, descr. &
    190 prints, 12Jul15; LU5792.

  BY WHOSE HAND? © 1916. Title changed from "Who Killed Simon Baird?"

    Credits: Director, James Durkin; scenario, Channing Pollock, Rennold
    Wolf.

    © Equitable Motion Pictures Corp. (Channing Pollock and Rennold
    Wolf, authors); title, descr. & 132 prints, 21Apr16; LU8126.

  BY WHOSE HAND? 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, Walter Lang.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Oct27; LP24491.

  BY WHOSE HAND? 1932. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ben Stoloff; story, Harry Adler; dialogue and
    continuity, Isadore Bernstein, Stephen Roe; film editor, Maurice
    Wright.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Jun32; LP3117.

  BY YOUR LEAVE. 1934. 9 reels, sd. From the play by Gladys Hurlbut and
    Emma B. C. Wells.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, Lloyd Corrigan;
    screenplay, Allan Scott; editor, William Morgan; music director, Max
    Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 8Nov34; LP5079.

  BYE-GONES. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, Glen Lambert, Jack Henley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Feb33; LP3649.



                                   C


  C. D. 1914. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Edward J. LeSaint.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (J. A. Lacy, author); 15Oct14; LP3551.

  C'EST PAREE. 1932. 2 reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story, Jack Henley, Glen Lambert.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Sep32; LP3281.

  C. O. D. 1914. 4 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tefft Johnson.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Frederic Chapin, author); 14Dec14;
    LP3957.

  CAB CALLOWAY'S HI-DE-HO. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Waller; story, Milton Hocky, Fred Rath.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 21Aug34; LP4902.

  CAB CALLOWAY'S JITTERBURG PARTY. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Waller.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 22May35; MP5601.

  CAB WAITING. 1931. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Norman Taurog; story, Paul Gerard Smith;
    adaptation, E. K. Nadel; dialogue staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 22Jun31; LP2304.

  THE CABALLERO'S WAY. © 1914. 3 reels.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 74 prints, 20Mar14; LU2348.

  THE CABALLERO'S WAY. SEE The Border Terror.

  THE CABARET. Presented by World-Pictures. © 1918. Title changed from
    "Helene."

    Credits: Director, Harley Knoles; story, J. U. Geisy; scenario,
    Virginia Tyler Hudson.

    © World Film Corp. (J. U. Geisy, author); title & descr., 8Jun18;
    132 prints, 13Jun18; LU12531.

  CABARET. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
    1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert G. Vignola; story, Owen Davis; screenplay,
    Becky Gardiner.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 26Mar27; LP23791.

  THE CABARET. (Fable, no. 429) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry, Frank Moser.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Aug29; MP524.

  CABARET. SEE Sensation Hunters.

  THE CABARET GIRL. © 1914.

    © Jules Greenbaum (Vitascope, G.m.b.H., author); title, descr. & 194
    prints, 27Jul14; LU3090.

  THE CABARET GIRL. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Douglas Gerrard; story, Hope Loring; scenario,
    Fred Myton.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 19Dec18; LP13171.

  THE CABARET SCRATCH. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Supervision, J. G. Blystone; director, Craig Hutchinson.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 17Apr17; LP10595.

  THE CABBAGE QUEEN. Century. 1918. 2 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 9Dec18; LP13130.

  THE CABBY. Century. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Al. Herman.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Oct22; LP18319.

  THE CABIN IN THE COTTON. 1932. 8 reels. Based on the novel by Harry
    Harrison Kroll.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; screenplay, Paul Green.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 15Oct32; LP3343.

  A CABINET MEETING. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; story, Jack Henley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Apr34; LP4612.

  THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI. 1921. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Wiene; story, Karl Mayer, Hans Janowitz.

    © Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 29Apr21; LP16432.

  CABIRIA. © 1914.

    © Carlo Sciamengo & Giovanni Pastrone (Gabriele d'Annunzio, author);
    title, descr. & 412 prints, 12Jun14; LU2843.

  CABIRIA. New Edition. Presented by Harry R. Raver. 1921. 9 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Gabriele D'Annunzio; director, Giovanni Pastrone.

    © Associated First National Pictures, Inc.; 2Nov21; LP17612.

  CABMAN KATE. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, C. J. Williams.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (William Addison Lathrop, author);
    16Jan15; LP4249.

  CACTUS CABALLEROS. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Billy K. Wells.

    © Educational Films Corp. of America; 27May38; LP8094.

  THE CACTUS CURE. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ward Hayes.

    © Arrow Pictures Corp.; 28Jan25; LP21095.

  CACTUS JAKE, HEART-BREAKER. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin, author); 10Dec14; LP3945.

  CACTUS JIM'S SHOP GIRL. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin, author); 9Jan15; LP4154.

  THE CACTUS KID. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Ed (Hoot) Gibson; story and scenario, George
    Morgan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 12Mar21; LP16281.

  THE CACTUS KID. (Mickey Mouse Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Walter E. Disney; 9Aug30; MP1793.

  THE CACTUS KING. (The Little King) 1934. 1 reel. Based on "The Little
    King" cartoon by O. Soglow.

    Credits: Director, George Stallings; animation, Jim Tyler.

    © Van Beuren Corp.; 9Jun34; MP4805.

  CACTUS TRAILS. Released by F. B. O. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Percy Pembroke; story, W. Bert Foster;
    continuity, George Merrick.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 3Jan27; LP23503.

  A CAD. Rex. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Raymond L. Schrock; producer, Ben Wilson; scenario, Dwight
    Cleveland.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26May16; LP8362.

  THE CADDY. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Arvid E. Gillstrom.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Dec23; LP19730.

  CADET CHAMPIONS. 1937. 841 ft., sd.

    Credits: Narration, Jack Kofoed; described by Ford Bond.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 27Dec37; MP8020.

  CAESAR'S GHOST. (Star Comedy) 1922. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 20Jul22; LP18083.

  CAESAR'S WIFE. SEE Infatuation.

  CAFE BOHEME. Mentone. 1939. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Apr39; LP8745.

  CAFE HOSTESS. 1939. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Salkow; story, Tay Garnett, Howard Higgin;
    screenplay, Harold Shumate; film editor, Al Clark; music director,
    M. W. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Nov39; LP9256.

  A CAFE IN CAIRO. Presented by Hunt Stromberg and Charles R. Rogers.
    Released by Producers Distributing Corp. 1924. 6 reels. From the
    novel by Izola Forrester.

    Credits: Supervision, Hunt Stromberg; director, Chet Withey;
    adaptation, Harvey Gates; editor, Harry L. Decker.

    © Hunt Stromberg; 7Dec24; LP21053.

  CAFE METROPOLE. 1937. 7,496 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Edward H. Griffith; original story, Gregory
    Ratoff; screenplay, Jacques Deval; music, Louis Silvers.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7May37; LP7286.

  CAFÉ RENDEZVOUS. Nu-Atlas. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 1938.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald; orchestrations, Jack
    Schaindlin.

    © Milton Schwarzwald; 23Dec38; MP9154.

  CAFE SOCIETY. 1939. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jeff Lazarus; director, Edward H. Griffith;
    original story and screenplay, Virginia Van Upp; film editor, Paul
    Weatherwax.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 3Mar39; LP8681.

  THE CAGE. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co., Ltd., author); title, descr. &
    48 prints, 28Mar14; LU2439.

  THE CAGE MAN. Bison. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story, Harold C Burr; scenario and production, Jacques
    Jaccard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Jun16; LP8415.

  CAGEY LOVE. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Jess Robbins.

    © Arrow Pictures Corp.; 12May25; LP21455.

  THE CAILLAUX CASE. 1918. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Richard Stanton; scenario, Adrian Johnson.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 15Sep18; LP12867.

  CAIN AND MABEL. Cosmopolitan. 1936. 90 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; story, H. C. Witwer; screenplay,
    Laird Doyle; film editor, William Holmes; music director, Leo F.
    Forbstein; music and lyrics, Harry Warren, Al Dubin.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. & The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Oct36;
    LP6672.

  CAIN AND MABEL. SEE The Great White Way.

  CAIRO, CITY OF CONTRAST. (James A. Fitzpatrick's Traveltalks)
    Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Photographer, Hone M. Glendining; music score, Jack
    Shilkret.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 7Sep38; MP8800.

  THE CAKE EATER. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 26Jan24; LU19859.

  CAL MARVIN'S WIFE. 1915. 3 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ulysses Davis.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (L. C. Russell, author); 22Nov15;
    LP7037.

  CALAMITY ANNE, DETECTIVE. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 55 prints, 28Feb13; LU467.

  CALAMITY ANNE, HEROINE. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Louise Lester, author); title & 47 prints,
    20Oct13; descr., 13Oct13; LU1433.

  CALAMITY ANNE IN SOCIETY. © 1914.

    Credits: Screenplay, Louise Lester.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Louise Lester, author); title, descr. & 41
    prints, 22Jan14; LU2016.

  CALAMITY ANNE PARCEL POST. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 48 prints, 10May13; LU713.

  CALAMITY ANNE TAKES A TRIP. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title & descr., 25Jul13; 50 prints,
    28Jul13; LU1012.

  CALAMITY ANNE'S BEAUTY. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title & descr., 5Apr13; 53 prints, 4Apr13;
    LU599.

  CALAMITY ANNE'S DREAM. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Louise Lester, author); title, descr. & 44
    prints, 21Nov13; LU1638.

  CALAMITY ANNE'S INHERITANCE. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 68 prints, 16Jan13; LU266.

  CALAMITY ANNE'S LOVE AFFAIR. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (J. S. Douglass, author); title & 64
    prints, 18May14; descr., 16May14; LU2730.

  CALAMITY ANNE'S SACRIFICE. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Louise Lester, author); title, descr. & 37
    prints, 29Oct13; LU1480.

  CALAMITY ANNE'S TRUST. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 49 prints, 10May13; LU703.

  CALAMITY ANNE'S VANITY. © 1913.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title, descr. & 44 prints, 12Feb13; LU371.

  CALCUTTA. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 19Nov27; MP4471.

  CALDERON'S PRISONER. SEE Something Different.

  CALEB PIPER'S GIRL. © 1919.

    Credits: Director, Ernest Traxler; story and scenario, Tom Cushing.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Tom Cushing, author); title, descr. & 75
    prints, 6May19; LU13673.

  CALEB WEST, MASTER DIVER. SEE Deep Waters.

  THE CALENDAR. SEE Bachelor's Folly.

  THE CALGARY STAMPEDE. Universal-Jewel. 1925. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Hubert Blache; story, Raymond L. Schrock.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 29Sep25; LP21860.

  CALIBRE 38. 1919. 6 reels.

    Credits: Story, Roy Middleton.

    © Edgar Lewis; 10Feb19; LP13396.

  THE CALICO CAT. 1914. 1 reel. An adaptation of the novelette by
    Charles M. Thompson.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 22Dec14; LP4010.

  THE CALICO DRAGON. (Happy Harmonies) 1935. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 4Apr35; MP5528.

  CALIENTE LOVE. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 9Mar33; LP3709.

  CALIFORNIA. 1927. 6 reels. From the story by Peter B. Kyne.

    Credits: Director, W. S. Van Dyke; continuity, Frank Davis; titles,
    Marian Ainslee, Ruth Cummings; film editor, Basil Wrangel.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 23May27; LP24255.

  CALIFORNIA. (The Spirit of the Campus) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Aubrey Scotto; story, Millard Gibson, Gar O'Neil.

    © Larry Kent Productions, Inc.; 5Mar33; MP4024.

  CALIFORNIA ALLIGATOR INDUSTRY. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Rollin S. Sturgeon, author); 29Apr14;
    MP158.

  CALIFORNIA FRONTIER. Coronet Pictures, Inc. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Elmer Clifton; original story and screenplay,
    Monroe Shaff, Arthur Hoerl; film editor, Charles Hunt.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 30Nov38; LP8458.

  CALIFORNIA GIANTS. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Commentary, Justin Herman; editor, Leslie Roush; narrator,
    Alois Havrilla.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 28Jun38; MP8119.

  CALIFORNIA IN 1878. SEE Fighting Thru.

  CALIFORNIA IN '49. 1924. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jacques Jaccard; story, Karl Coolidge.

    © Arrow Pictures Corp.; 13Nov24; LP20846.

  THE CALIFORNIA MAIL. Presented by Charles R. Rogers. 1929. 6 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Harry J. Brown; director, Albert Rogell;
    story, Marion Jackson.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 3Apr29; LP282.

  CALIFORNIA MAIL. 1936. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith; original story, Harold Buckley;
    screenplay, Roy Chanslor, Harold Buckley.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. & The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Nov36;
    LP6714.

  CALIFORNIA MISSIONS. (World on Parade, no. 9) 1937. 1 reel.

    Credits: Text, Harold McCracken; narration, Alois Havrilla.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 16Apr37; MP7349.

  CALIFORNIA OR BUST. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 27Apr23; LU18909.

  CALIFORNIA OR BUST. Released by F.B.O. 1927. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Phil Rosen; story and continuity, Byron Morgan.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 9Jan27; LP23595.

  CALIFORNIA POULTRY. © 1913.

    Credits: Supervision, S. S. Hutchinson.

    © American Film Mfg. Co.; title & descr., 25Jul13; 42 prints,
    28Jul13; MU74.

  A CALIFORNIA ROMANCE. 1922. 5 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, Jerome Storm; story, Jules G. Furthman; scenario,
    Charles E. Banks.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 24Dec22; LP18997.

  THE CALIFORNIA SCRAP-BOOK. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Fred Wade.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 28May15; MP438.

  CALIFORNIA STRAIGHT AHEAD. Universal Jewel. 1925. 8 reels.

    Credits: Story, Harry A. Pollard, Byron Morgan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Aug25; LP21750.

  CALIFORNIA STRAIGHT AHEAD. 1937. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Trem Carr; director, Arthur Lubin; original
    story, Herman Boxer; screenplay, Scott Darling; film editors,
    Charles Craft, Erma Horsley; music director, Charles Previn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 20Apr37; LP7073.

  CALIFORNIA, THE GOLDEN STATE. © 1922. 2 reels.

    © Hector A. Porter; title, descr. & 2 prints, 20Nov22; MU2245.

  THE CALIFORNIA TRAIL. 1933. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story, Jack Natteford.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Mar33; LP3705.

  CALIFORNIA WEATHER. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, Joseph A. Fields; film
    editor, Charles Kimball.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec33; LP4346.

  THE CALIFORNIAN. 1937. 7 reels, sd. From the story by Harold Bell
    Wright.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; screenplay, Gilbert Wright;
    adaptation, Gordon Newell.

    © Principal Productions, Inc.; 16Jul37; LP7521.

  A CALIPH OF THE NEW BAGDAD. 1916. 3 reels.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (William Addison Lathrop, author);
    13Apr16; LP8065.

  THE CALL. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Ince; picturized by Marguerite Bertsch.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Ralph Ince, author); 20Aug13;
    LP1146.

  CALL A COP. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Mal St. Clair.

    © Mack Sennett; 5Jul21; LP16736.

  CALL A COP. Educational Pictures. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Walter Graham.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 6Jul25; LP21628.

  CALL A COP! (Hal Roach Comedy) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, George Stevens; dialogue, H. M. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 26Aug31; LP2425.

  CALL A MESSENGER. 1939. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ken Goldsmith; director, Arthur Lubin;
    original story, Sally Sandlin, Michele Kraike; screenplay, Arthur T.
    Horman; film editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Sep39; LP9135.

  CALL A TAXI. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 28Aug20; LU15459.

  CALL AGAIN. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jay A. Howe; story, J. T. Crizer, James Davis.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 22Oct28; LP25751.

  THE CALL FOR HELP. Special Big U. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Henry McRae.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Jan17; LP9912.

  CALL FOR MR. CAVEMAN. © 1919. 1 reel.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 1Nov19; LU14357.

  CALL HER SAUSAGE. (A Hal Roach Taxi Boys Comedy) 1933. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; editor, William Terhune.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 27Mar33; LP3756.

  CALL HER SAVAGE. 1932. 7,900 ft., sd. From the novel by Tiffany
    Thayer.

    Credits: Director, John Francis Dillon; screenplay, Edwin Burke;
    editor, Harold Schuster.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 14Nov32; LP3445.

  CALL IT A DAY. Cosmopolitan. 1937. 10 reels. From the play by Dodie
    Smith.

    Credits: Director, Archie L. Mayo; screenplay, Casey Robinson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Mar37; LP7042.

  CALL IT LUCK. 1934. 5,850 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; story, Dudley Nichols, George
    Marshall; screenplay, Dudley Nichols, Lamar Trotti; adaptation,
    Joseph Cunningham, Harry McCoy; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 1Jun34; LP4738.

  A CALL LOAN. 1920. 2 reels. From a story by O. Henry [pseud. of
    William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, David Smith; scenario, Robert A. Sanborn.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 20Feb20; LP14761.

  THE CALL OF COURAGE. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Russell; story and scenario, George
    Morgan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Mar22; LP17690.

  THE CALL OF COURAGE. (Blue Streak Western) 1925. 5 reels. From the
    story "Red Dawn" by Harold Shumate.

    Credits: Director, Clifford S. Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 24Aug25; LP21748.

  THE CALL OF DUTY. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Kull; story, William Piggott; scenario,
    George H. Plympton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Oct21; LP17124.

  THE CALL OF HAZARD. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, William A. Crinley; story and continuity, George
    Hively.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Dec25; LP22112.

  THE CALL OF HER CHILD. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 18Feb15; LP4495.

  THE CALL OF HER PEOPLE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1917. 7 reels. Adapted
    from the play "Egypt" by Edward Sheldon.

    Credits: Director, John V. Noble; scenario, June Mathis.

    © Rolfe Photoplays, Inc.; 23Apr17; LP10630.

  THE CALL OF HIS PEOPLE. © 1921.

    © Reol Productions Corp. (Aubrey Bowser, author); title, descr. &
    542 prints, 14Sep21; LU17503.

  THE CALL OF HOME. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, L. J. Gasnier; story, George Agnew Chamberlain;
    scenario, Eve Unsell.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 1Feb22; LP17514.

  THE CALL OF MOHAMMED. (Vagabond Adventure Series) The Van Beuren Corp.
    1931. 1 reel.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 5Apr31; MP2511.

  THE CALL OF MOTHERHOOD. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Shannon Fife, author); 21Jul15; LP5878.

  THE CALL OF THE BLOOD. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Laemmle; story and scenario, George
    Morgan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Sep21; LP16957.

  THE CALL OF THE CANYON. Paramount. Presented by Jesse L. Lasky. 1923.
    7 reels. From the novel by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Director, Victor Fleming; adaptation, Doris Schroeder,
    Edfrid Bingham.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 25Dec23; LP19767.

  THE CALL OF THE CHILD. © 1915.

    © Pathé Frères (Union-Projection, G.m.b.H., author); title, descr. &
    68 prints, 3Feb15; LU4346.

  THE CALL OF THE CITY. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Mark Swan; director, Harry Beaumont.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 31Aug15; LP6262.

  CALL OF THE CUCKOO. Presented by Hal Roach. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Leo McCarey; director, Clyde A. Bruckman;
    editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 12Oct27; LP24501.

  THE CALL OF THE CUMBERLANDS. 1916. 5 reels.

    © J. C. Ivers (Charles Neville Buck, author); 4Jan16; LP7388.

  THE CALL OF THE DEEP. © 1914.

    © Edward H. Wagner (Palle Rosenkrantz, author); title, descr. & 49
    prints, 28Apr14; LU2692.

  THE CALL OF THE EAST. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, George H. Melford; story, Beulah Marie Dix.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc.; 27Sep17; LP11468.

  CALL OF THE FLESH. 1930. 11 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Brabin; story, Dorothy Farnum; dialogue,
    John Colton; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 8Sep30; LP1541.

  THE CALL OF THE FOOTLIGHTS. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Charles H. France.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 10Jan14; LP1952.

  THE CALL OF THE GAME. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    30 prints, 26Jan24; MU2424.

  CALL OF THE HEART. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Francis Ford; story and continuity, Basil Dickey.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Oct27; LP24559.

  CALL OF THE HONKER; a California Goose Hunt. © 1914. 1,800 ft.

    © L. V. Stevens; title, descr. & 4 prints, 21Feb14; MU125.

  CALL OF THE NORTH. © 1914.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Stewart Edward White,
    author); title, descr. & 45 prints, 14Aug14; LU3198.

  THE CALL OF THE NORTH. 1914. 5 reels. Adapted from the novel
    "Conjuror's House" by Stewart Edward White and the play by George
    Broadhurst.

    Credits: Producer, Jesse L. Lasky; director, Cecil B. De Mille.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc.; 14Aug14; LP16966.

  THE CALL OF THE NORTH. 1921. 5 reels. From the novel "Conjuror's
    House" by Stewart Edward White.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; adaptation, Jack Cunningham.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 29Nov21; LP17248.

  THE CALL OF THE PAST. Imp. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Harvey Gates; directors, William Lowery, Charles Mack.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Aug16; LP8960.

  CALL OF THE PRAIRIE. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 7 reels. From
    "Hopalong Cassidy's Protégé" by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Howard Bretherton;
    screenplay, Doris Schroeder, Vernon Smith; adaptation, Doris
    Schroeder; film editor, Edward Schroeder; lyrics and music, Tot
    Seymour, Vee Lawnhurst.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 6Mar36; LP6205.

  CALL OF THE ROCKIES. Presented by Leon Goetz and Albert Dezel.
    Released by Road-Show Pictures, Inc. 1931. 8 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Leon Goetz, Albert Dezel; director, Raymond K.
    Johnston; film editor, George McQuire; music arrangement, Dell
    Youngmeyer.

    © L. E. Goetz; 9Jan31; LP1876.

  CALL OF THE ROCKIES. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Allen James; original screenplay, Ed Earl Repp.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 28Feb38; LP7897.

  THE CALL OF THE SAVAGE. 1935. 2 reels each. From the story "Jan of the
    Jungle" by Otis Adelbert Kline. © Universal Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Louis Friedlander; screenplay, Nate Gazert,
    George Plympton, Basil Dickey.

    1. Shipwrecked. © 19Mar35; LP5405.

    2. Captured by Cannibals. © 19Mar35; LP5406.

    3. Stampeding Death. © 2Apr35; LP5441.

    4. Terrors of the Jungle. © 22Apr35; LP5493.

    5. The Plunge of Peril. © 30Apr35; LP5506.

    6. Thundering Waters. © 7May35; LP5518.

    7. The Hidden Monster. © 14May35; LP5542.

    8. Jungle Treachery. © 23May35; LP5555.

    9. The Avenging Fire God. © 24May35; LP5568.

    10. Descending Doom. © 6Jun35; LP5590.

    11. The Dragon Strikes. © 11Jun35; LP5601.

    12. The Pit of Flame. © 17Jun35; LP5620.

  THE CALL OF THE SEA. © 1915.

    Credits: Scenario, Henry Otto.

    © Mica Film Corp. (Henry Otto, author); title, descr. & 46 prints,
    18Feb15; LU4475.

  THE CALL OF THE SEA. 1915. 3,000 ft.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 15Sep15; LP6386.

  THE CALL OF THE SOUL. © 1916.

    © Alexandra Phillips Fahrney; title, descr. & 16 prints, 11Dec16;
    LU9899.

  THE CALL OF THE SOUL. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, E. LeSainte; story, Julia Burnham; scenario,
    Denison Clift.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 19Jan19; LP13293.

  THE CALL OF THE TRÄUMEREI. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (W. M. King, Jr., author); title, descr. &
    107 prints, 17Mar14; LU2326.

  THE CALL OF THE UNBORN. Imp. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story and direction, M. K. Wilson; scenario, Douglas
    Bronston.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 28Nov16; LP9619.

  CALL OF THE WEST. 1930. 7 reels, sd. Adapted from the story "Borrowed
    Love" by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Cohn; director, Albert Ray; continuity and
    dialogue, Colin Clements; film editor, Ray Snyder.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16May30; LP1300.

  THE CALL OF THE WILD. © 1923. Based on the novel by Jack London.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Fred Jackman, author); title, descr. & 160
    prints, 11Aug23; LU19295.

  THE CALL OF THE WILD. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. Released through
    United Artists. 1935. 10 reels, sd. Based on the novel by Jack
    London.

    Credits: Producer, Darryl Zanuck; director, William Wellman;
    screenplay, Gene Fowler, Leonard Praskins; music, Alfred Newman.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc.; 13Jun35; LP5604.

  THE CALL OF THE WILDERNESS. © 1926.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Earl W. Johnson & Lon Young,
    authors); title, descr. & 72 prints, 10Dec26; LU23413.

  CALL OF THE YUKON. 1938. 7 reels, sd. From the novel "Swift Lightning"
    by James Oliver Curwood.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; director, B. Reeves
    Eason; screenplay, Gertrude Orr, William Bartlett; film editor,
    Howard O'Neill; music director, Alberto Colombo.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 11Apr38; LP8035.

  THE CALL OF YESTERDAY. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 21Jul15; LP5895.

  THE CALL OF YOUTH. Paramount. 1921. 5 reels. Adapted from the play
    "James the Fogy" by Henry Arthur Jones.

    Credits: Producer, Hugh Ford; scenario, Eve Unsell.

    © Famous Players-Lasky British Producers, Ltd.; 14Mar21; LP16320.

  THE CALL OF YOUTH. 1921. 5 reels. From the play "James the Fogy" by
    Henry Arthur Jones.

    Credits: Director, Hugh Ford; scenario, Eve Unsell.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 26Jan21; LP16051.

  CALL THE COPS. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Le Brandt.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 6Feb19; LP13373.

  CALL THE MESQUITEERS. 1938. 6 reels, sd. Based on characters created
    by William Colt MacDonald.

    Credits: Associate producer, William Berke; director, John English;
    original story, Bernard McConville; screenplay, Luci Ward; film
    editor, Lester Orlebeck; music director, Alberto Colombo.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 7Mar38; LP7865.

  CALL THE WITNESS. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 31Dec21; LU17412.

  CALL YOUR SHOTS. (Mermaid Comedies) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack White; director, Stephen Roberts.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 17Sep28; LP25621.

  THE CALLAHANS AND THE MURPHYS. 1927. 7 reels, b&w. From the novel by
    Kathleen Norris.

    Credits: Producer and director, George Hill; scenario, Frances
    Marion; titles, Ralph Spence; film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp.; 11Jul27; LP24254.

  CALLED BACK. © 1914.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (London Film Co., Ltd. author); title, descr. &
    57 prints, 9Jul14; LU2994.

  CALLED BACK. Gold Seal. 1914. 4 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Otis Turner; scenario, James Dayton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. (James Dayton, author); 20Nov14; LP3817.

  CALLED TO THE FRONT; or, EUROPE AT WAR. © 1914.

    © Apex Film Co. (Charles H. Weston & A. Finn, authors); title,
    descr. & 42 prints, 3Sep14; LU3295.

  CALLING ALL CARS. Mayfair. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Spencer Gordon Bennet; story, Homer King Gordon;
    continuity, George Morgan; dialogue, Betty Burbridge.

    © Empire Film Distributors, Inc. (Mayfair Pictures Corp., author);
    28Nov34; LP5186.

  CALLING ALL CARS. Presented by Willard. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Alexander Film Co. (Elmer Olson, author); 18May38; MP8479.

  CALLING ALL CROONERS. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1937. 945 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Graham; story, Arthur Jarrett, Marcy
    Klauber.

    © Skibo Productions, Inc.; 19Nov37; LP7595.

  CALLING ALL CURS. 1939. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Story, Thea Goodan; screenplay, Elwood Ullman, Searle
    Kramer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Jul39; LP8983.

  CALLING ALL CURTAINS. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullmann,
    Al Giebler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 27Sep37; LP7442.

  CALLING ALL DOCTORS. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Jules White; director, Charles Lamont;
    story and screenplay, Al Giebler, Elwood Ullman, Charlie Melson;
    film editor, Charles Hochberg.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 14Jul37; LP7276.

  CALLING ALL KIDS. (Broadway Brevity) 1937. 17 min., sd. Based on
    characters created by Ham Fisher.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Jack Henley, Eddie Forman.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Nov37; LP8653.

  CALLING ALL TARS. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Jack Henley, Burnet Hershey.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Apr36; LP6306.

  CALLING DR. KILDARE. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939. 9 reels,
    sd., b&w. From the original story by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick
    Faust].

    Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet; screenplay, Harry Ruskin,
    Willis Goldbeck; film editor, Robert J. Kern; music score, David
    Snell.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 24Apr39; LP8813.

  CALLING HUBBY'S BLUFF. 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Mack Sennett; director, Harry Edwards; story, Ewart
    Adamson, Jefferson Moffitt.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Jan29; LP34.

  THE CALLING OF DAN MATTHEWS. 1935. Sd. 7 reels. From the novel by
    Harold Bell Wright.

    Credits: Producer, Sol Lesser; director, Phil Rosen; screenplay, Dan
    Jarrett, Don Swift, Karl Brown; film editor, Robert Crandall.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Dec35; LP5987.

  CALLING ON THE SPHINX. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel-Picture)
    1921. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc., (Burton Holmes, author); 19Jul21;
    MP1995.

  CALM YOURSELF. 1935. 8 reels, sd., b&w. From the book by Edward Hope
    [pseud. of Edward Hope Coffey].

    Credits: Producer, Lucian Hubbard; director, George B. Seitz;
    screenplay, Arthur Kober; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig; music,
    Douglas Maxwell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 24Jun35; LP5653.

  CALVARY ALLEY. SEE Sunshine Nan.

  CALVERT'S VALLEY. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Dillon; story, Margaret Prescott Montague;
    scenario, Jules Furthman.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 2Oct22; LP19088.

  THE CAMBRIC MASK. 1919. 5 reels. From the story by Robert W. Chambers.

    Credits: Director, Tom Terriss; scenario, Eugene Muller, Tom
    Terriss.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Mar19; LP13489.

  CAME THE BRAWN. (A Hal Roach Our Gang Comedy) 1938. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas; film editor, William Ziegler.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 12Apr38; LP7962.

  CAME THE DAWN. Presented by Hal Roach. 1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervising director, Leo McCarey; director, Arch Heath;
    titles, H. M. Walker; editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 3Mar28; LP25378.

  THE CAMEL'S HUMP. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Walter Lantz.

    © J. R. Bray; 15Nov25; LP22110.

  CAMEO KIRBY. © 1914. Based on the play by Booth Tarkington and Harry
    Leon Wilson.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Booth Tarkington, Harry
    Leon Wilson & Cecil B. De Mille, authors); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 16Dec14; LU3965.

  CAMEO KIRBY. 1923. 7 reels, b&w, tinted sequences. Based on the play
    by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson.

    Credits: Director, John Ford; scenario, Robert N. Lee.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 8Oct23; LP19564.

  CAMEO KIRBY. 1929. 5,910 ft., sd. From the play by Booth Tarkington
    and Harry Leon Wilson.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; adaptation and continuity,
    Marion Orth; editor, Alec Troffey.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 30Nov29; LP924.

  CAMEO OF YELLOWSTONE. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (M. R. McKinstry, author); title, descr. &
    91 prints, 13Jul14; LU3012.

  THE CAMEO RING. Big U. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Giblyn; scenario, Calder Johnstone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Mar15; LP4818.

  CAMERA CRANKS. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Marcus; director, Jack Townley; story,
    Stanley Rauh; film editor, John Lockert; music director, Harry
    Jackson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Jan36; LP6113.

  CAMERA HUNTING. (E. M. Newman's Our Own United States, no. 3) 1935. 11
    min., sd.

    Credits: Narrative by Paul Douglas; dialogue, Ira Genet; editor,
    Bert Frank.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Nov35; MP5985.

  CAMERA SHY. (Lloyd Hamilton Talking Comedies) 1930. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, H. D. Edwards; director, Gilbert Pratt; story,
    George Bentley.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 12Feb30; LP1067.

  THE CAMERA SPEAKS. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Story, Billy Bitzer; dialogue, Dolph Singer; editor, Bert
    Frank.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Oct34; LP5001.

  CAMERA THRILLS. Universal Special. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1935.
    1,870 ft.

    Credits: Production and story, Charles E. Ford.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Sep35; MP5868.

  CAMERA TRAILS. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Story and direction, Robert C. Bruce.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 15Oct30; LP1647.

  THE CAMERAMAN. 1928. 8 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Buster Keaton; director, Edward Sedgwick; story,
    Clyde Bruckman, Lew Lipton; continuity, Richard Schayer; film
    editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 15Sep28; LP25722.

  CAMERON OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED. 1921. 6 reels. Adapted from the story
    "Corporal Cameron" by Ralph Connor [pseud. of Charles William
    Gordon]

    Credits: Director, Henry MacRae.

    © Winnipeg Productions, Ltd.; 25Dec21; LP17552.

  THE CAMERON SISTERS. 1915. Split reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Jun15; MP359.

  CAMILLE. © 1917. From the book by Alexandre Dumas.

    Credits: Director, Albert Capellani.

    © World Film Corp. (Frances Marion, author); title, descr. & 171
    prints, 14Feb17; LU10180.

  CAMILLE. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 6 reels. From the play by Alexandre
    Dumas.

    Credits: Director, J. Gordon Edwards; scenario, Adrian Johnson.

    © William Fox (M. Jeffries, author); 1Oct17; LP11487.

  CAMILLE. 1921. 6 reels. From the play "La Dame aux Camelias"
    ("Camille") by Alexandre Dumas.

    Credits: Producer, Nazimova; director, Ray C. Smallwood; adaptation
    and scenario, June Mathis.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 21Sep21; LP17932.

  CAMILLE. First National. 1927. 9 reels. Based on the work by Alexandre
    Dumas.

    Credits: Producer and director, Fred Niblo; story, Fred de Gresac.

    © Joseph M. Schenck; 21Apr27; LP23879.

  CAMILLE. 1936. 12 reels, sd., b&w. From the play and novel by
    Alexandre Dumas.

    Credits: Associate producer, David Lewis; director, George Cukor;
    screenplay, Zoe Akins, Frances Marion, James Hilton; film editor,
    Margaret Booth; music score, Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 25Dec36; LP6845.

  CAMILLE OF THE BARBARY COAST. Pathe Exchange, Inc. © 1925.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Eugene Edward Holland, author);
    title, descr. & 88 prints, 27Jul25; LU21680.

  CAMOUFLAGE. © 1918.

    © William Steiner (Marcel Fernandez Perez, author); title & descr.,
    5Oct18; 90 prints, 7Oct18; LU12940.

  THE CAMOUFLAGE KISS. 1918. 5 reels. Based on a story by Julius
    Grinnell Furthmann.

    Credits: Director, Harry Millarde; story and scenario, Ralph H.
    Spence, Stephen Fox.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 31Mar18; LP12249.

  CAMP MEETIN'. (Radio Musical, no. 1) 1936. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Leslie Goodwins; story and
    dialogue, George Randol; screenplay, Leslie Goodwins; film editor,
    John Lockert; choral direction, Hall Johnson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Oct36; LP6651.

  CAMP ON THEIR DOORSTEPS. Presented by the D. L. & W. Coal Co. 1937.
    Filmstrip, 175 frames, sd.

    © AudiVision, Inc.; 1Oct37; MP7823.

  THE CAMPANILE MURDERS. SEE Murder on the Campus.

  CAMPBELL OF THE MOUNTED. © 1921.

    © Maple Leaf Productions, Inc. (Ruth Sinclair, author); title,
    descr. & 18 prints, 6Dec21; LU17297.

  THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING. Broadway. 1915. 4 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Francis Ford; scenario, Grace Cunard.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Oct15; LP6569.

  CAMPING. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Thomas J. Gray; director, Charles M. De Vonde.

    © Klever Pictures, Inc.; 6Sep17; LP11357.

  CAMPING OUT. Paramount-Arbuckle. Presented by Joseph M. Schenck. 1918.
    2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Fatty Arbuckle.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 31Dec18; LP13236.

  CAMPING OUT. (Star Comedy) 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Lyons-Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 9Dec18; LP13131.

  CAMPING OUT. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Scenario, James J. Tynan, Milton Carruth.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 25Nov28; LP25869.

  CAMPING OUT. (Mr. Average Man Comedies) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervision, Lew Lipton; story, adaptation and direction,
    Harry Sweet; film editor, Fred Maguire.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 14Dec31; LP2768.

  CAMPING OUT. (A Scrappy Cartoon) 1932.

    Credits: Dick Heumor; producer, Charles Mintz; animation, Sid
    Marcus, Art Davis; musical score, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 15Aug32; MP3456.

  CAMPING OUT. (Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse, no. 21) 1934. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 27Jan34; MP4607.

  CAMPING TRIPS. © 1939. Si., b&w, 35 mm. Contents:—1. Thomas A. Edison,
    Guest of Honor, World's Fair, San Francisco, Calif., 1915.—2. The
    1916 Vacation, Roxbury, N. Y.—3. Our Vacation Days of 1918 in the
    Land of Dixie.—4. Our 1919 Camping Trip Followed the Trail of the
    Minute Men in Historic Old New England.—5. Up in the Rip Van Winkle
    Country at Yama Farms, Catskill Mountains, N. Y., November 16th,
    17th, 1920.—6. 1921 Camping Trip—Happy Days.

    © The Harbel Corp. (Harvey S. Firestone, deceased, author. The
    Cleveland Trust Co., executor); title, descr. & 243 prints, 2Dec39;
    MU9784.

  CAMPING WITH THE BLACKFEET ON THE BLACKFEET RESERVATION IN
    NORTHWESTERN MONTANA. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Oct13; MP95.

  CAMPUS CAPERS. SEE The Collegiate Four in Campus Capers.

  THE CAMPUS CARMEN. 1928. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, Jefferson Moffitt, Earle
    Rodney.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Sep28; LP25606.

  CAMPUS CHAMPS. (Campus Comedies) Presented by E. B. Derr. 1931. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Lalley; director, Fred Guiol; story, Charles
    A. Callahan, Nat Carr; screenplay, Harry Fraser; film editor, Fred
    Maguire; music director, Francis Gromon.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 27Jan31; LP1986.

  CAMPUS CINDERELLA. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith; story, George Ade; screenplay, Lee
    Katz.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Dec38; LP8620.

  CAMPUS CODES. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Guiol; screenplay, Dick Smith; dialogue,
    Darrell Ware; editor, Chuck Craft; music, Lee Zahler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. & Nat Ross; 23Jan33; LP3648.

  CAMPUS CONFESSIONS. Presented by Adolph Zuker. 1938. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud; original story and
    screenplay, Lloyd Corrigan, Erwin Gelsey; film editor, Stuart
    Gilmore.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 16Sep38; LP8293.

  CAMPUS CRUSHES. 1930. 21 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Mack Sennett.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 5Jul30; LP1411.

  CAMPUS CUTIES. (A Paramount-Christie Comedy) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Hal Conklin.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 7Apr28; LP25134.

  CAMPUS FAVORITES. (Grantland Rice Sound Sportlight) 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Editor, Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 29Jun30; MP1693.

  THE CAMPUS FLIRT. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1926. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Charles Badger; screenplay, Louise Long, Lloyd
    Corrigan; titles, Rube Goldberg.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 5Oct26; LP23181.

  THE CAMPUS HOOFER. (Frolics of Youth) Presented by E. W. Hammons.
    1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alf Goulding; story, Glen Lambert.

    © Educational Productions, Inc.; 9Nov34; LP5097.

  CAMPUS ROMEOS. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Herman.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 8Jun27; LP24058.

  CAMPUS SWEETHEARTS. 1930. 3 reels, sd.

    Credits: Supervision, Dick Currier; director, J. Leo Meehan; book,
    lyrics and music, Lester Lee, Charlie Lesison; editor, Russel C.
    Shields; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © RKO Productions, Inc.; 12Feb30; LP1070.

  THE CAMPUS VAMP. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Edwards.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 24Oct28; LP25754.

  CAN A WOMAN LOVE TWICE? Presented by R-C Pictures. 1922. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; story, Wyndham Gittens; editor,
    J. B. Morley.

    © Film Booking Offices of America, Inc. (R-C Pictures Corp.,
    author); 20Oct22; LP20006.

  CAN IT BE DONE? 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Ray Gross; director, Lloyd French; story, Jack Henley,
    Burnet Hershey.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Mar36; LP6198.

  CAN THIS BE DIXIE? 1936. 6,500 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, George Marshall; story, Lamar Trotti, George
    Marshall; screenplay, Lamar Trotti; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Nov36; LP7093.

  CAN YOU BEAT IT? © 1919.

    Credits: Written and directed by Twede-Dan [pseud. of F. Perez].

    © William Steiner (F. Perez, author); title, descr., & 170 prints,
    11Jun19; LU13813.

  CAN YOU IMAGINE? (E. M. Newman's Our Own United States) 1936. 10 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Narration, Ray Saunders; dialogue, Ira Genet; editor, Bert
    Frank.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Aug36; MP6724.

  CAN YOU TAKE IT? 1934. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, Myron Waldman, Thomas
    Johnson.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 26Apr34; MP4718.

  THE CANADIAN. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
    1926. 8 reels. From the play "The Land of Promise" by W. Somerset
    Maugham.

    Credits: Director, William Beaudine; adaptation, Arthur Stringer;
    scenario, J. Clarkson Miller.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 3Dec26; LP23405.

  CANADIAN CAPERS. (Paul Terry Toons) 1931. 5 min.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Terry, Moser & Coffman; 23Aug31; LP2414.

  THE CANADIAN LYNX. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Robert North Bradbury, author); title,
    descr. & 20 prints, 4Mar22; LU17599.

  THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. © 1917.

    © Lincoln & Parker Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 7 prints, 18Oct17;
    MU1076.

  CANALS IN UNITED STATES HISTORY. 1921. 1 reel.

    © Society for Visual Education, Inc. (Neta G. Edwards, author);
    1Feb21; MP1913.

  CANALS OF ENGLAND. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc. (Joseph A. Lauwerys, author); 30Jun38;
    MP8977.

  CANALS OF VENICE. 1913. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Harry Keepers, author); 2Oct13; MP93.

  THE CANARY COMES ACROSS. 1938. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Will Jason; original story and music, Val Burton,
    Will Jason; screenplay, Richard Goldstone, Stanley Rauh; music,
    David Snell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 18Jan38; LP7776.

  THE CANARY MURDER CASE. 1929. 7 reels, sd. From the story by S. S. Van
    Dine [pseud. of Willard Huntington Wright].

    Credits: Director, Malcolm St. Clair; adaptation and screenplay,
    Albert Shelby LeVino, Florence Ryerson.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 15Feb29; LP126.

  CANAVAN. SEE Hold Your Horses.

  CANAVAN, THE MAN WHO HAD HIS WAY. SEE The Danger Signal.

  THE CANBY HILL OUTLAWS. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Produced and written by Tom Mix.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Tom Mix, author); 16Sep16; LP9180.

  THE CANCELED MORTGAGE. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 10May15; LP5254.

  CANCELLED. © 1915.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 61 prints, 25Jan15; LU4280.

  THE CANCELLED DEBT. 1927. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Philip Rosen; story and continuity, Frances
    Guihan.

    © Sterling Pictures Distributing Corp.; 26Sep27; LP24447.

  THE CANDID CAMERA. (Educational's Comedies) 1932. 19 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Pearce; story and dialogue, John A.
    Waldron, Earle Rodney, Harry McCoy, Del Lord.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 19Jun32; LP3425.

  CANDID CAMERAMANIACS. (A Pete Smith Specialty) 1937. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Hal Yates; original story and screenplay, Robert
    Lees, Fred Rinaldo.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 17Dec37; LP7693.

  THE CANDID CANDIDATE. 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 27Aug37; MP7735.

  THE CANDID KID. 1938. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Jack Henley and Cyrus Wood; director, Roy Mack.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May38; LP7993.

  THE CANDIDATES. © 1918.

    Credits: Story and direction, Robin H. Townley.

    © Wharton, Inc.; title & descr., 26Oct18; 105 prints, 30Oct18;
    LU12995.

  THE CANDIDATE'S PAST. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 21May15; LP5341.

  THE CANDLE. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Leon D. Kent.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Maude Thomas & Julian Lamothe, authors); 25Apr16;
    LP8154.

  THE CANDLE AND THE MOTH. © 1915.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S; title, descr. & 71 prints, 8Feb15;
    LU4405.

  THE CANDY HOUSE. (An Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1934. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Jan34; MP4501.

  A CANDY JAG. © 1917.

    © Cleveland Comedies Co. (John Ray, author); title & descr.,
    25Jul17; 28 prints, 13Jul17; LU11134.

  CANDYLAND. (Cartune Classics) Snappy. 1935. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Story and lyrics, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; animation,
    Manuel Moreno, Lester Kline, Fred Kopietz.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Apr35; MP5535.

  CANIMATED NOOZ PICTORIAL. 1915-17. Split reel, unless otherwise
    indicated. © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.

    Credits: Wallace A. Carlson.

    1. [With Scenic] 1,000 ft. © 1Oct15; MP426.

    2. [With Scenic] © 10Nov15; LP6944.

    3. [With Scenic] © 13Dec15; MP467.

    4. © 12Jan16; MP491.

    5. © 22Feb16; LP7701.

    6. © 9Mar16; MP539.

    7. © 23Mar16; MP562.

    8. © 4Apr16; MP577.

    9. 1 reel. © 24Apr16; MP593.

    10. 1 reel. © 24May16; MP622.

    11. © 7Jun16; MP642.

    12. © 28Jun16; MP658.

    13. © 19Jul16; MP685.

    14. © 7Aug16; MP690.

    15. © 2Sep16; MP714.

    16. © 2Sep16; MP713.

    17. © 5Oct16; MP734.

    18. © 25Oct16; MP746.

    19. © 8Nov16; MP754.

    20. 1 reel. © 2Dec16; MP782.

    21. © 27Dec16; MP808.

    22. © 3Jan17; MP816.

    23. 1 reel. © 20Jan17; MP831.

    24. © 30Jan17; MP837.

    25. 1 reel. © 17Feb17; MP855.

    26. 1 reel. © 2Mar17; MP865.

    27. 1 reel. © 17Mar17; MP882.

    28. 1 reel. © 28Mar17; MP903.

  CANINE CAPERS. (Bill Cunningham Sports Review) Educational Film
    Exchanges, Inc. 1931. 9 min.

    Credits: Director, Howard C. Brown.

    © Brown-Nagel Productions, Inc.; 15Nov31; LP2755.

  CANINE CAPERS. (Scrappy) 1937. 589 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; director, Howard C. Brown; story,
    Allen Rose; animation, Harry Love; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 4Sep37; MP7867.

  CANINE CHAMPIONS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) The Van Beuren Corp.
    1931. 1 reel.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 16Nov31; MP3070.

  A CANINE MATCHMAKER. LEAVE IT TO A DOG. © 1913.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (William A. Duncan, author); title, descr. &
    36 prints, 22Jan13; LU321.

  CANINE THRILLS. (A Sports-Eye-View) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Jack Eaton.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 3Feb33; MP3805.

  CANNED FISHING. (Hal Roach Comedy) Presented by Hal Roach. 1938. 1
    reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas; film editor, William Ziegler.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 16Feb38; LP7846.

  CANNED MUSIC. (Krazy Kat Cartoon) 1930. 1 reel, sd. Adapted from
    George Herriman's cartoon character.

    Credits: Animation, Ben Harrison, Manny Gould; musical score,
    Rosario Bourdon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Jan30; MP1044.

  CANNED THRILLS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) Presented by Amédée J.
    Van Beuren. 1928. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 14Aug28; MP5249.

  CANNIBAL CAPERS. (Walt Disney Comic) 1930. 1 reel.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Apr30; MP1235.

  THE CANNIBAL ISLES. (Musical World Journeys) 1934. 1 reel.

    Credits: Editor, Bert Frank.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 28Feb34; MP4613.

  THE CANNIBAL KING. 1915. 500 ft. On same reel with "Ping Pong Woo."

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Edwin Ray Coffin, author); 26Jun15; LP5681.

  CANNIBALS AND CARNIVALS. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Vin Moore.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 21Dec17; LP11868.

  CANNING THE CANNIBAL KING. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles J. Wilson, Jr.; director, William Beaudine;
    scenario, C. B. Hoadley.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jul17; LP11085.

  THE CANNON BALL. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 14Jun15; LP5578.

  THE CANNON BALL. 1923. 2 reels.

    © Tri-Stone Pictures, Inc.; 23Oct23; LP19527.

  THE CANNONBALL. (Educational's Comedies) 1931. 19 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and dialogue, John A. Waldron,
    Earle Rodney, Harry McCoy, Del Lord.

    © Mack Sennett, Inc.; 9Oct31; LP2619.

  THE CANNON-BALL EXPRESS. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 11Dec24; LU20885.

  THE CANNONBALL EXPRESS. Presented by George W. Weeks. 1932. 63 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Fanchon Royer; director, Wallace W. Fox;
    scenario, Bernard McConville.

    © Sono Art World Wide Pictures, Inc.; 7Feb32; LP3031.

  CANON WALLS. SEE Smoke Lightning.

  CAN'T THINK OF IT. (Broadway Brevity) 1936. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Jack Henley, A. Dorian
    Otvos, Eddie Forman.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Dec36; LP6771.

  A CANTOR ON TRIAL. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sidney M. Goldin; dialogue, Isidor Lillian.

    © Jacob Berkowitz; 2Mar31; LP3939.

  THE CANTOR'S SON. Presented by Eron Pictures, Inc. 1937. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ilya Motyleff; screenplay, Louis Freiman;
    dialogue, Mark Schweid; editor, Leonard Weiss; music and direction,
    Alexander Olshanetsky.

    © Mecca Film Laboratory, Inc. (Eron Pictures, Inc., author);
    24Dec37; LP7773.

  CANTRELL'S MADONNA. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas R. Mills.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Cecilie B. Peterson, author); 25Sep16;
    LP9179.

  THE CANYON HOLD-UP. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, R. N. Bradbury; story, Alfred Henry Lewis;
    scenario, George H. Plympton.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 5Aug19; LP14038.

  THE CANYON MYSTERY. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Harvey; story, Shelly Sutton, George
    Hively; scenario, George Hively.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Feb19; LP13369.

  THE CANYON OF ADVENTURE. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Rogell; story, Marion Jackson.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 14Feb28; LP24984.

  THE CANYON OF LIGHT. 1926. 6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Director, Ben W. Stoloff; story, Kenneth Perkins; scenario,
    John Stone.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 14Nov26; LP23348.

  CANYON OF ROMANCE. (Romantic Journeys) Educational Pictures. Presented
    by E. W. Hammons. 1933. 893 ft., sd., color.

    Credits: Howard C. Brown, Curtis F. Nagel.

    © Brown-Nagel Productions, Inc.; 8Dec33; MP4459.

  THE CANYON OF THE FOOLS. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Story, Richard Matthews Hallet; scenario, John W. Grey.

    © Film Booking Offices of America, Inc. (R-C Pictures Corp.,
    author); 18Nov22; LP20005.

  LA CANZONE DEL SOLE. 1936. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Directors, Alberto Giacalone, Angela Besozzi; adaptation,
    Ferruccio Biancini.

    © Nuovo Mondo Motion Pictures, Inc. (Capitani Films, author);
    5May36; LP6408.

  CAP FALLON, FIREFIGHTER. SEE Fire Fighters.

  A CAPABLE LADY COOK. Nestor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry Wulze; producer, Wallace Berry.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Nov16; LP9446.

  CAPE COD FOLKS. SEE Women Who Give.

  CAPERS AND CROOKS. 1918. 1 reel.

    Credits: Montgomery and Rock; director, J. A. Howe.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Aug18; LP12789.

  THE CAPITAL PRIZE. Imp. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Edwin Stevens, Norbet Lusk; producer, Edwin Stevens.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 5May16; LP8233.

  UN CAPITAN DE COSACOS (A CAPTAIN OF COSSACKS). 1934. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, John Reinhardt; story, by Joaquin Artegas;
    screenplay, John Reinhardt, Stuart Anthony; dialogue, Jose Lopez
    Rubio; editor, Ernest Nims; music director, Sam Kaylin; music,
    Mojica and Sanders.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 12Sep34; LP4945.

  A CAPITOL IDEA. (Easy Aces Series, no. 2) Released by RKO Radio. 1935.
    1 reel, sd.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 4Oct35; MP5913.

  THE CAPITULATION OF THE MAJOR. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Wilfrid North.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (William Addison Lathrop, author);
    11Feb15; LP4446.

  CAP'N ABE, STOREKEEPER. SEE The Captain's Captain.

  CAPPY RICKS. 1921. 6 reels. From the novel by Peter B. Kyne and the
    play by Edward Rose.

    Credits: Director, Tom Forman; scenario, Albert LeVino, Waldemar
    Young.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 19Oct21; LP17111.

  CAPPY RICKS RETURNS. 1935. 7 reels, sd. From the novels by Peter B.
    Kyne.

    Credits: Director, Mack Wright; dialogue director, Jo Graham;
    adaptation and screenplay, George Waggner; editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 25Sep35; LP5814.

  CAPRICE OF THE MOUNTAINS. 1916. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, John G. Adolfi; story, Clarence J. Harris.

    © William Fox (Clarence J. Harris, author); 9Jul16; LP8663.

  THE CAPRICES OF KITTY. © 1915.

    © Bosworth, Inc. (Elsie Janis, author); title, descr. & 75 prints,
    25Jan15; LU4273.

  CAPTAIN ALVAREZ. 1914. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Rollin S. Sturgeon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (H. S. Shelden, author); 12Jun14; LP2864.

  THE CAPTAIN AND THE KIDS. SEE

    Blue Monday.

    Buried Treasure.

    The Captain's Christmas.

    The Captain's Pup.

    Cleaning House.

    A Day at the Beach.

    Mama's New Hat.

    Old Smokey.

    Petunia Natural Park.

    Poultry Pirates.

    The Pygmy Hunt.

    Seal Skinners.

    What a Lion.

    The Winning Ticket.

  CAPTAIN APPLEJACK. Warner Bros. & Vitaphone. 1931. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on the stage play by Walter Hackett.

    Credits: Director, Hobart Henley; screenplay and dialogue, Maude
    Fulton.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Jan31; LP1891.

  CAPTAIN APPLEJACK. Trailer. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Sep30; MP1932.

  CAPTAIN APPLEJACK. SEE Strangers of the Night.

  CAPTAIN APPLESAUCE. (Eddie Lyons, no. 14) 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Eddie Lyons.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 6Jul23; LP19174.

  THE CAPTAIN BESLEY EXPEDITION. © 1914.

    © Captain Besley Motion Pictures Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 50
    prints, 6May14; MU162.

  CAPTAIN BLOOD. 1924. 11 reels. From the novel by Rafael Sabatini.

    Credits: Director, David Smith; scenario, Jay Pilcher.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 11Sep24; LP20561.

  CAPTAIN BLOOD. Cosmopolitan. Released by First National Productions
    Corp. and The Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 12 reels, sd. From the novel by
    Rafael Sabatini.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; screenplay, Casey Robinson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec35; LP6027.

  CAPTAIN BLUE BLOOD. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; story and dialogue, Burnet Hershey.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Apr37; LP7076.

  CAPTAIN BOBBY OF THE HOME DEFENDERS. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George Ridgwell; story, William Addison Lathrop.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 17Oct17; LP11576.

  CAPTAIN CALAMITY. Presented by Edward L. Alperson. 1936. 8 reels, sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Producer, George A. Hirliman; director, John Reinhardt;
    original story, Gordon Young; screenplay, Crane Wilbur.

    © Grand National Films, Inc.; 21Dec36; LP6794.

  CAPTAIN CARELESS. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jerome Storm; story, Bob Steele, Perry Murdock;
    screenplay, Perry Murdock.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 26Aug28; LP25579.

  CAPTAIN COURTESY; a Story of the Mexican Occupation of California,
    1840-46. © 1915.

    © Bosworth, Inc. (Edward Childs Carpenter, author); title, descr. &
    378 prints, 31Mar15; LU4878.

  CAPTAIN DIEPPE. SEE An Adventure in Hearts.

  DER CAPTAIN DISCOVERS THE NORTH POLE. (Katzenjammer Kids) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 16 prints,
    8Aug17; LU11219.

  CAPTAIN FERREOL. SEE A Night of Mystery.

  CAPTAIN-FLY-BY-NIGHT. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William K. Howard; story, Johnston McCulley;
    scenario. Eve Unsell.

    © R-C Pictures Corp.; 24Dec22; LP18625.

  CAPTAIN FRACASSE. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 18May15; LP5330.

  CAPTAIN FURY. Presented by Hal Roach through United Artists. 1939. 9
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Hal Roach; original story and screenplay, Grover
    Jones, Jack Jevne, William De Mille; film editor, William Ziegler;
    music score, Marvin Hatley.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 25May39; LP8870.

  DER CAPTAIN GOES A-FLIVVERING. (Katzenjammer Kids) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 20 prints,
    26Apr17; LU10656.

  THE CAPTAIN HATES THE SEA. 1934. 9 reels, sd. From the novel by
    Wallace Smith.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Milestone; screenplay, Wallace Smith;
    continuity, Arnold Belgard; film editor, Gene Milford.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Nov34; LP5078.

  CAPTAIN HENRY'S RADIO SHOW. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 9Aug33; LP4058.

  THE CAPTAIN HITS THE CEILING. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; story and screenplay, Ewart
    Adamson; film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Jul35; LP5668.

  CAPTAIN HURRICANE. 1935. 8 reels, sd. From the novel "The Taming of
    Zenas Henry" by Sara Ware Bassett.

    Credits: Associate producer, Frank O'Heron; director, John
    Robertson; screenplay, Josephine Lovett; editor, George Hively;
    music director, Roy Webb.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1Mar35; LP5426.

  DER CAPTAIN IS EXAMINED FOR INSURANCE. (Katzenjammer Kids) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 3 prints,
    7Jun17; LU10902.

  DER CAPTAIN IS EXAMINED FOR INSURANCE. (The Katzenjammer Kids) 1917.
    1/2 reel.

    Credits: George Gregory La Cava.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; 28Jan17; MP844.

  CAPTAIN JANUARY. 1936. 6,958 ft., sd. Based on the story by Laura E.
    Richards.

    Credits: Director, David Butler; screenplay, Sam Hellman, Gladys
    Lehman, Harry Tugend; music director, Louis Silvers.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17Apr36; LP6503.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' ALIBI. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Graham Baker; director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 20Feb17; LP10241.

  CAPTAIN JINKS AND HIMSELF. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul West; director, Marguerite Bertsch.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Mar17; LP10470.

  CAPTAIN JINKS AND HIS WIFE'S HUSBAND. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Company of America; 27Jan17; LP10075.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' BABY. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 12Jan17; LP9975.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' CURE. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Mrs. Walter Hitchcock; director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 7Feb17; LP10155.

  CAPT. JINKS' EVOLUTION. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Cyrus Townsend Brady; director, Arthur Ellery.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 20Nov16; LP9595.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' EXPLOSIVE TEMPER. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Van Dyke Brooke, Graham Baker; director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 20Feb17; LP10221.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' GETAWAY. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: A. C. Lichty; director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 18Dec16; LP9764.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' GREAT EXPECTATIONS. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 7Mar17; LP10317.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' HIDDEN TREASURE. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: C. Graham Baker; director, Charles Dickson.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 13Nov16; LP9509.

  CAPTAIN JINKS IN AND OUT. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Wesley H. Ruggles, Graham Baker; director, Wesley H.
    Ruggles.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 26Mar17; LP10457.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' KIDS. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Graham Baker; director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 10Feb17; LP10169.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' LOVE INSURANCE. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edgar Mele; director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 19Dec16; LP9767.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' LOVE LETTERS. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Edward J. Montagne; director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 31Jan17; LP10100.

  CAPTAIN JINKS OF THE HORSE MARINES. 1916. 5 reels. From the comedy by
    Clyde Fitch.

    Credits: Arranged and directed by Fred E. Wright.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 19Jan16; LP7460.

  CAPTAIN JINKS SHOULD WORRY. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Thomas J. Gray; producer, Arthur Ellery.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 11Nov16; LP9500.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' SPRAINED ANKLE. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Ross D. Whytock; producer, Arthur Ellery.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 24Nov16; LP9603.

  CAPTAIN JINKS THE COBBLER. 1916. 1 reel. Suggested by the incident of
    "The Shoemaker of Kopenick."

    Credits: Director, Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Dec16; LP9829.

  CAPTAIN JINKS, THE DOCTOR. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Van Dyke Brooke.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 16Jan17; LP10030.

  CAPTAIN JINKS, THE PLUMBER. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Van Dyke Brooke.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 28Feb17; LP10269.

  CAPTAIN JINKS' WIDOW. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Van Dyke Brooke; scenario, Graham Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 9Jan17; LP9936.

  CAPTAIN KENT'S EDUCATED SEALS. Powers. 1915. Split reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 7Jul15; MP368.

  CAPTAIN KIDD. 1922. 2 reels each. © Star Serial Corp.

    Credits: Directors, J. P. McGowan, Burton King; dramatization,
    Anthony W. Coldewey, Philip Lonergan.

    1. Shanghaied. © 7Apr22; LP17912.

    2. The Pirate's Slave. © 7Apr22; LP17913.

    3. Hidden Treasure. © 7Apr22; LP17914.

    4. The Lost Fortune. © 12Jun22; LP17958.

    5. Missing Plans. © 12Jun22; LP17959.

    6. Trapped. © 12Jun22; LP17960.

  CAPTAIN KIDD AND DITTO. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur D. Hotaling.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 16Sep15; LP6387.

  CAPTAIN KIDD, JR. 1918. 5 reels. Based on the play by Mrs. Rida Young.

    Credits: Director, William Desmond Aylor; adaptation, Frances
    Marion.

    © Pickford Film Corp.; 2Nov18; LP13046.

  CAPTAIN KIDD, THE BOLD. © 1914.

    © Biograph Co.; title, descr. & 27 prints, 4Jun14; LU2797.

  CAPTAIN KIDDER. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 20Feb24; MU2446.

  CAPTAIN KIDD'S FINISH. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Hill; story and scenario, George H.
    Plympton, George Morgan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Dec21; LP17430.

  CAPTAIN KIDD'S KIDS. © 1920.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; (Hal Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 18Mar20; LU14896.

  CAPTAIN KIDD'S KITTENS. Presented by William Fox. 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Clyde Carruth; story and scenario, Al Fields,
    Sidney Levee.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 17Oct27; LP24511.

  CAPTAIN KIDD'S TREASURE. (An Historical Mystery) Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Fenton; screenplay, Herman Boxer;
    historical compilations, Charles E. Whittaker.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 1Feb38; LP7857.

  CAPTAIN LASH. 1928. 6 reels, b&w.

    Credits: Director, John Blystone; story, Laura Hasse, D. G.
    Tomlinson; scenario, John Stone, Andrew Bennison.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 28Dec28; LP25959.

  CAPTAIN MARJORIE'S ADVENTURE. Big U. 1917. 2 reels.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 27Apr17; LP10680.

  A CAPTAIN OF COSSACKS. SEE Un Capitan de Cosacos.

  THE CAPTAIN OF HIS ROLL. (H. C. Witwer Record Breaker Series, no. 1)
    1929. 2 reels.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 8Sep29; LP1003.

  THE CAPTAIN OF THE GRAY HORSE TROOP. 1917. 5 reels. From the novel by
    Hamlin Garland.

    Credits: Director, William Wolbert; adaptation, A. Van Buren Powell.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 4May17; LP10711.

  CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD. Laemmle Special. 1930. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, John S. Robertson; story, Houston Branch;
    adaptation, Arthur Ripley.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 27Mar30; LP1182.

  THE CAPTAIN OF THE TYPHOON. Big U. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Harry Ditmar; producer, Henry M. Webster.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Jul16; LP8775.

  CAPTAIN SALVATION. 1927. 8 reels. From the novel by Frederick William
    Wallace.

    Credits: Producer and director, John S. Robertson; scenario, Jack
    Cunningham; film editor, William Hamilton.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 17May27; LP23972.

  CAPTAIN SAZARAC. SEE The Eagle of the Sea.

  CAPTAIN SPANKY'S SHOW BOAT. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939.
    984 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Roy Brickner; music, David Snell.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 6Sep39; LP9156.

  CAPTAIN SUDS. Century. 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Noel Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 18May25; LP21746.

  CAPTAIN SWAGGER. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Hector Turnbull; director, Edward H. Griffith;
    original story, Leonard Praskins; adaptation, Adelaide Heilbron.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 24Sep28; LP25653.

  CAPTAIN SWIFT. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Tom Terriss; story, C. Hadden Chambers; scenario,
    Lucien Hubbard.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 29Mar20; LP14933.

  CAPTAIN THUNDER. 1930. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Alan Crosland; story, Pierre Couderc, Hall
    Davitt; screenplay, Gordon Rigby.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 19Nov30; LP1755.

  CAPTAIN THUNDER. Trailer. 1930. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Oct30; MP2009.

  THE CAPTAIN'S CAPTAIN. Blue Ribbon. Presented by Albert E. Smith.
    1918. 5 reels. Adapted from the novel "Cap'n Abe, Storekeeper" by
    James A. Cooper.

    Credits: Director, Tom Terriss; scenario, Tom Terriss, A. Van Buren
    Powell.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 16Dec18; LP13155.

  THE CAPTAIN'S CHAIR. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, E. A. Martin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (O. A. Nelson, author); 6Jun14; LP2815.

  THE CAPTAIN'S CHRISTMAS. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 1
    reel, sd., color. Based on the United Features comic "The Captain
    and the Kids."

    © Loew's, Inc.; 30Nov38; LP8485.

  CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. A Victor Fleming Production. 1937. 12 reels, sd.,
    b&w. From the novel by Rudyard Kipling.

    Credits: Producer, Louis D. Lighton; director, Victor Fleming;
    screenplay, John Lee Mahin, Marc Connelly, Dale Van Every; film
    editor, Elmo Veron; music score, Franz Waxman.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 21Apr37; LP7187.

  THE CAPTAIN'S KID. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Walter Lantz.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 1Feb25; LP21414.

  THE CAPTAIN'S KID. First National Productions Corp. 1936. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Nick Grinde; original story, Earl Felton;
    screenplay, Tom Reed.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. & The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Dec36; LP6745.

  CAPTAINS OF TOMORROW. 1917. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 24Mar17; MP892.

  THE CAPTAIN'S PUP. (A Captain and the Kids Cartoon) Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 1 reel, sd., sepia. Based on the United
    Features comic "The Captain and the Kids."

    Credits: Supervision, Robert Allen.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 29Apr38; LP8028.

  DER CAPTAIN'S VALET. (Katzenjammer Kids) © 1917.

    © International Film Service, Inc.; title, descr. & 11 prints,
    25Aug17; LU11290.

  THE CAPTIVE. © 1915. A picturization of the drama.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Cecil B. De Mille & Jeanie
    MacPherson, authors); title, descr. & 30 prints, 3Apr15; LU4918.

  THE CAPTIVE BRIDE. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Holt; story, William Pigott; scenario,
    Karl R. Coolidge.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Jun19; LP13848.

  THE CAPTURE OF A SEA ELEPHANT AND HUNTING WILD GAME IN THE SOUTH
    PACIFIC ISLANDS. (Blinkhorn's Natural History Travels) © 1914.

    ** © Albert Blinkhorn; title, descr. & 3 prints, 3Jul14; MU171.

  CAPTURE OF A WILD CAT. 1913.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 28Mar13; MP45.

  THE CAPTURE OF BAD BROWN. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, William Duncan.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Cornelius Shea, author); title, descr. & 29
    prints, 20Sep13; LU1273.

  CAPTURED! Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. and The Vitaphone
    Corp. 1933. 8 reels. Based on the story "Fellow Prisoners" by Sir
    Philip Gibbs.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay, Edward Chodorov.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Jul33; LP4034.

  CAPTURED ALIVE. 1918. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Henry Harvey; story, Alvin Neitz.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co. Inc.; 6Dec18; LP13108.

  CAPTURED ALIVE. Mustang. 1925. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 10Jul25; LP21642.

  A CAPTURED SANTA CLAUS. SEE Within the Enemy's Lines.

  CAPTURING A GREAT ANTEATER. © 1926. 1 reel.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Wm. Beebe, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 31Dec26; MU3707.

  CAPTURING BAD BILL. 1915. 500 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 8Jun15; LP5507.

  CAPTURING LIONS BY AEROPLANE. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Jack Allen, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 15Oct21; LU17097.

  CAPTURING LIVE SEALS AND WHALING IN THE TROPICS. 1929. Filmstrip, 100
    frames, color, 35 mm.

    Credits: Compiler, Harris Anderson.

    © Harris Anderson; 1Mar29; MP165.

  THE CAPTURING OF DAVID DUNNE. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (M. B. Havey, author); title, descr. & 66 prints,
    5Dec13; LU1732.

  CAPTURING THE COOK. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (S. Walter Bunting, author); 29Mar15; LP4856.

  THE CAR AMERICA WILL BE PROUD TO OWN. The Jam Handy Organization. ©
    1938. B&w, color sequences, 35 mm.

    © General Motors Sales Corp., Pontiac Motor Div. (Jam Handy Picture
    Service, author); title & descr., 31Oct38; 462 prints, 5Nov38;
    MU8902.

  THE CAR AMERICA WILL BE PROUD TO OWN. SEE The New Pontiac for 1939.

  CAR 99. Presented by Adolphe Zukor. 1935. 7 reels. From the Saturday
    Evening Post stories by Karl Detzer.

    Credits: Producer, Bayard Veiller; director, Charles Barton;
    screenplay, Karl Detzer, C. Gardner Sullivan.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 2Mar35; LP5360.

  THE CAR OF CHANCE. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Worthington; story, Waldemar Young;
    scenario, Eugene B. Lewis, Waldemar Young.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 1Jun17; LP10875.

  CAR SHY. Presented by William Fox. 1927. 2 reels. From a Van Bibber
    story by Richard Harding Davis.

    Credits: Supervision, George E. Marshall; director, O. O. Dull;
    scenario, Andrew Bennison, Phil Whitman.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 6Feb27; LP23644.

  THE CAR THAT COVERS THE WORLD. © 1923. 20 ft.

    © Milton Hyman; title, descr. & 2 prints, 22Mar23; MU2258.

  THE CAR THAT OUTVALUES THEM ALL. © 1938.

    © Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title, descr.
    & 143 prints, 23Mar38; MU8267.

  THE CARAVAN. Universal Special. 1916. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directed and written by Raymond Wells.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 31Aug16; LP9033.

  CARAVAN. 1934. 9,173 ft.

    Credits: Director, Erik Charell; story, Melchior Lengyel; screenplay
    and dialogue, Samson Raphaelson; continuity, Robert Liebmann; music
    director, Louis de Francesco.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 5Oct34; LP5088.

  THE CARBON COPY. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Marjorie Felkner, author); title, descr. &
    34 prints, 12Feb14; LU2140.

  THE CARBON OXYGEN CYCLE. 1938. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Division (S. Ralph Powers,
    author); 13Jan38; MP8497.

  THE CARBURETOR. 1925. 2 reels.

    © Ford Motor Co. (Ford Motion Pict. Lab., author); 19Jun25; MP3077.

  THE CARD OF DESTINY. 1928. 2 reels.

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

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20Jun28; LP25402.

  THE CARDBOARD LOVER. 1928. 8 reels, b&w. Adapted from the play "Dans
    Sa Candeur Naive" by Jacques Deval.

    Credits: Director, Robert Z. Leonard; adaptation, Carey Wilson;
    continuity, F. Hugh Herbert; film editor, Basil Wrangell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 25Aug28; LP25928.

  CARDIAC IRREGULARITIES. 1931. 1,029 ft.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (C. J. Wiggers, author); 31Jul31;
    MP3357.

  CARDIGAN. 1922. 7 reels. From the novel by Robert W. Chambers.

    Credits: Director, John W. Noble.

    ** © American Releasing Corp.; 17Mar22; LP17655.

  CARDINAL GIBBONS. © 1921.

    © Harry Lewy; title, descr. & 6 prints, 13Apr21; MU1917.

  CARDINAL MERCIER. SEE The Cross Bearer.

  CARDINAL RICHELIEU. A Darryl Zanuck Production. Presented by Joseph M.
    Schenck. Released by United Artists. 1935. 9 reels, sd. Based on a
    play by Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton.

    Credits: Director, Rowland V. Lee; screenplay, Maude Howell;
    adaptation, Cameron Rogers; dialogue, W. P. Lipscomb.

    © 20th Century Pictures, Inc., 29Apr35; LP5503.

  CARDS AND CUPID. (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Horace Davey; story, and scenario, Ben Cohen.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 21Jul20; LP15380.

  CARE OF MINOR WOUNDS. SEE First Aid, Care of Minor Wounds.

  CARE OF THE TEETH. (Eastman Classroom Films, Health Series. Hygiene)
    1930. 997 ft. Made in cooperation with the Department of Biology and
    Public Health, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Directed by
    the Rochester Dental Dispensary and approved by The American Dental
    Association.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 2Dec30;
    MP2571.

  CAREER. 1939. 79 min., sd. From the novel by Phil Stong.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; director, Leigh Jason; screenplay,
    Dalton Trumbo; adaptation, Bert Granet; editor, Arthur E. Roberts;
    music director, Russell Bennett.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Jul39; LP9007.

  THE CAREER OF KATHERINE BUSH. Paramount-Artcraft Special. Presented by
    Adolph Zukor. 1919. 5 reels. Based on the novel by Elinor Glyn.

    Credits: Director, Roy W. Neill; scenario, Kathryn Stuart.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 7Jul19; LP13927.

  CAREER WOMAN. 1936. 6,869 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; story, Gene Fowler; screenplay,
    Lamar Trotti; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Dec36; LP6858.

  CAREERS. Presented by Richard A. Rowland. 1929. 10 reels. From the
    play by Alfred Schirokauer and Paul Rosenhayn.

    Credits: Produced and directed by John Francis Dillon.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 5Jul29; LP510.

  CAREERS. Trailer. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jun29; MP269.

  CAREFREE. 1938. 83 min., sd.

    Credits: Marian Ainslee, Guy Endore; producer, Pandro S. Berman;
    director, Mark Sandrich; story and adaptation, Dudley Nichols, Hagar
    Wilde; screenplay, Allan Scott, Ernest Pagano; editor, William
    Hamilton; lyrics and music, Irving Berlin; music director, Victor
    Baravalle.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 2Sep38; LP8295.

  CAREFREE COOKING. The Jam Handy Organization. © 1939. B&w, 35 mm.

    © Frigidaire, Division of General Motors Sales Corp.; title, descr.
    & 99 prints, 2Feb39; MU9102.

  CAREFUL DRIVERS. Presented by Goodrich. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    © Alexander Film Co. (Elmer Olson, author); 18May38; MP8471.

  CAREFUL PLEASE. (Hamilton Comedies) 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 2Mar26; LP22437.

  THE CARELESS AGE. Vitaphone. Presented by Richard A. Rowland. 1929. 7
    reels. Based on the play by John Van Druten.

    Credits: Director, John Griffith Wray.

    © First National Pictures; 21Sep29; LP714.

  CARELESS AGE. Trailer. First National. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 31Jul29; MP493.

  THE CARELESS ANARCHIST. 1915. Split reel.

    Credits: Producer, J. A. Murphy.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes Winthrop Sargent, author); 14Sep15; LP6381.

  THE CARELESS COP. Joker. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Jack Cunningham; director, William W. Beaudine.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Mar17; LP10476.

  CARELESS HUBBY. (Cameo Comedy) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Mark Sandrich.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 20Aug27; LP24369.

  CARELESS LADY. 1932. 6,000 ft., sd. From the story "Widow's Might" by
    Reita Lambert.

    Credits: Director, Kenneth MacKenna; screenplay, Guy Bolton; editor,
    Alex Troffey.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 4Mar32; LP2935.

  THE CARELESS LEAD PENCIL. 1921. 1 reel.

    © Economist Film Service; 23Jun21; MP2039.

  THE CARETAKER'S DAUGHTER. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 39
    prints, 20Aug25; LU21742.

  THE CARETAKER'S DAUGHTER. (Hal Roach Comedy) (All Star Comedy) 1934. 2
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; film editor, Bert Jordon.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 13Mar34; LP4572.

  CARETAKERS WITHIN. SEE Life's Darn Funny.

  CAREW'S WIVES. SEE The Divine Sacrifice.

  CARL (DEACON) MOORE & HIS BAND. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Aug38; MP8626.

  CARL EMMY AND HIS DOGS. Powers. 1915. Split reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Dec15; MP479.

  CARL EMMY AND HIS PALS. (Movietone Act) 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 5Mar29; MP5894.

  CARL HOFF & HIS ORCHESTRA. 1936. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Jul36; MP6641.

  CARL HOFF & ORCHESTRA. 1938. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May38; MP8365.

  CARLENA DIAMOND, HARPIST SUPREME. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Sep29; MP608.

  CARLOS SEDANO [OFFERS] A. SPANISH DANCE [and others]. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Jun27; MP4119.

  CARMELITA'S REVENGE. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Norval MacGregor.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Nellie Browne Duff, author); 15Jul14; LP3051.

  CARMEN. © 1915. Founded on the story by Prosper Mérimée.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (William C. De Mille,
    author); title, descr. & 15 prints, 4Oct15; LU6539.

  CARMEN. 1915. For Fox Film Corp. 5 reels. From the story by Prosper
    Mérimée.

    Credits: Adapted and produced by Raoul A. Walsh.

    © William Fox (Raoul A. Walsh, author); 1Nov15; LP6838.

  CARMEN. © 1916. From the novel of Prosper Mérimée and from the opera
    by H. Meilhac and L. Halévy.

    © Ugo Serra (Cines Film Co., author); title & 226 prints, 9Mar16;
    descr., 18Mar16; LU7870.

  CARMEN. Star Comedy Cartoons. Released by the Herald Film Corp. 1916.
    1 reel. A burlesque of the story by Prosper Mérimée.

    Credits: Drawn by Hugh Michael Shields and John Colman Terry.

    © Movca Film Service, Inc. (Hugh Michael Shields & John Colman
    Terry, authors); 15May16; MP660.

  CARMEN. 1932. 7 reels. Adapted from the opera by Bizet.

    Credits: Director, Cecil Lewis.

    © Powers Pictures, Inc.; 25Nov32; LP3458.

  CARMEN. SEE

    Chip's Carmen.

    Gipsy Blood.

    The Idol of Seville.

  CARMEN, JR. Century. 1923. 2 reels.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 2Jun23; LP19054.

  CARMEN OF THE KLONDIKE. 1918. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Reginald Barker; story and continuity, Monte M.
    Katterjohn.

    © Selexart Pictures, Inc.; 19Mar18; LP12206.

  CARMEN OF THE NORTH. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Direction and story, Maurits H. Binger.

    © British-American Pictures Finance Corp.; 11Mar20; LP14903.

  CARMEN, TOREADOR SONG. © 1915.

    © Commercial Biophone Co., Inc. (Messters Projection, author);
    title, descr. & 2 prints, 4Jan15; MU252.

  CARMENCITA'S LAST DANCE; or, BETWEEN TWO FIRES. Deutsch Bioscope
    G.m.b.H., Berlin. © 1914.

    © Oliver Francis Malcolm (Deutsch Bioscope G.m.b.H., author); title
    & descr., 11Jun14; 57 prints, 3Jun14; LU2837.

  THE CARNATION KID. 1929. 7 reels, si. & sd.

    Credits: Director, E. Mason Hopper; story, Alfred A. Cohn; scenario,
    Henry McCarty.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 1Mar29; LP176.

  UN CARNET DE BAL. SEE Life Dances On.

  CARNIVAL. 1921. 7 reels. From the play by Matheson Lang and H. C. M.
    Hardinge.

    Credits: Director, Harley Knoles; scenario, Adrian Johnson, Rosina
    Henley.

    © United Artists' Corp.; 25Aug21; LP16891.

  CARNIVAL. 1935. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lang; story and screenplay, Robert Riskin;
    film editor, Richard Cahoon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Jan35; LP5267.

  CARNIVAL. SEE

    The Ballet Girl.

    Young Desire.

  CARNIVAL BOAT. 1932. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Rogell; story, Marion Jackson, Don Ryan;
    screenplay, James Seymour.

    © RKO Pathe Pictures, Inc.; 12Feb32; LP2892.

  CARNIVAL CAPERS. (An Oswald Cartoon) Snappy. 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Walter Lantz, William Nolan.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Oct32; MP3565.

  CARNIVAL DAY. 1936. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ralph Staub; screenplay, Joe Traub.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Jan36; LP6090.

  THE CARNIVAL GIRL. Presented by Louis Lewyn. © 1926.

    Credits: Director, Cullen Tate; story, Raymond Cannon; editor, Donn
    Hayes.

    © Associated Exhibitors, Inc. (Raymond Cannon, author); title,
    descr. & 100 prints, 28Apr26; LU22649.

  CARNIVAL IN PARIS. (A Miniature Musical Comedy) 1937. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Director, William Thiele; original story and music, Val
    Burton, Will Jason, Stanley Rauh; screenplay, Richard Goldstone;
    music score, David Snell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 21Jun37; LP7253.

  THE CARNIVAL MAN. 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Abbott.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 23Feb29; LP158.

  CARNIVAL QUEEN. 1937. 7 reels, sd. Based on the novel "Love in the
    Mud" by Richard Wormser.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert Presnell; director, Nate Watt;
    screenplay, James Mulhauser, Harold Buckley.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22Sep37; LP7435.

  CARNIVAL REVUE. 1930. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Wallace Fox; story, John Cantwell; continuity,
    Hugh Cummings; film editor, Joseph Kane; music director, Joseph
    Zuro.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 6Jun30; LP1440.

  CARNIVAL SHOW. Nu-Atlas. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 1938. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Milton Schwarzwald; dialogue, Sands and Wilson.

    © Milton Schwarzwald; 24Jun38; LP8139.

  CARNIVAL TIME. Mentone. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Story and direction, Milton Schwarzwald.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 14Jan36; LP6059.

  CARNIVAL WEEK. 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Paul Terry and John Foster.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 19Nov27; MP4469.

  CARNIVOROUS PLANTS. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Bray Screen Products, Inc.; 1Jun24; MP2666.

  CAROLINA. 1934. 7,600 ft., sd. From "The House of Connelly" by Paul
    Green.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; screenplay, Reginald Berkeley;
    editor, Robert Bassler; music director, Louis de Francesco.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 2Feb34; LP4468.

  CAROLINA CAPERS. (Grantland Rice Sound Sportlight) 1929. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 26Dec29; MP1031.

  CAROLYN OF THE CORNERS. © 1919. From the novel by Ruth Belmore
    Endicott.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Ruth Belmore Endicott, author); title,
    descr. & 114 prints, 27Feb19; LU13445.

  CAROLYN SNOWDEN AND COMPANY. 1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 8Aug27; MP4199.

  CAROUGE THE GHOUL; or, THE AVENGERESS. © 1913.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 64 prints. 30Oct13; LU1498.

  THE CARPET FROM BAGDAD. 1915. 5 reels.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Harold MacGrath, author); 13May15; LP5356.

  THE CARRIAGE AWAITS. 1926. 1 reel.

    © DeFrenes & Felton; 15Jun26; MP3468.

  CARRIE JACOBS-BOND AS INTERVIEWED BY EDWIN C. HILL. (Edwin C. Hill,
    Human Side of the News) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    © Master Art Products, Inc.; 2Nov33; MP4876.

  CARRY ON. © 1918. From the play "The Better 'Ole" by Bruce
    Bairnsfather and Arthur Eliot.

    Credits: Producer, George Pearson; adaptation, George Pearson, T. A.
    Welsh.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Welsh, Pearson & Co., Ltd., author); title,
    descr. & 553 prints, 19Sep18; LU12896.

  CARRY ON. (Football, no. 5) (A Christy Walsh All-America Sportreel)
    1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Albert Kelly; story, Knute Rockne.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Sep31; LP2522.

  CARRYING THE INJURED. SEE First Aid, Carrying the Injured.

  CARTER SERVICE FILM. 1936. 1 reel.

    © Carter Carburetor Corp. (Charles W. Bolan, author); 14Mar36;
    MP6564.

  A CARTOONIST'S NIGHTMARE (Looney Tunes) 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Paul Smith, Don Williams.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Jan36; MP6088.

  CARTOONS IN A SANITARIUM. (The Animated Grouch Chasers) 1915. 1,000
    ft.

    Credits: Written and directed by Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 12Nov15; LP6966.

  CARTOONS IN A SEMINARY. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 9Sep15; LP6319.

  CARTOONS IN THE BARBER SHOP. (Animated Grouch Chaser) 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Director, Raoul Barre.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 22May15; LP5382.

  CARTOONS IN THE COUNTRY. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Written and directed by Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 9Oct15; LP6609.

  CARTOONS IN THE HOTEL. (Animated Grouch Chasers) 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 21Jun15; MP355.

  CARTOONS IN THE KITCHEN. (The Animated Grouch Chaser, no. 2) 1915. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 21Apr15; LP5095.

  CARTOONS IN THE LAUNDRY. (Animated Grouch Chasers) 1915. About 1,000
    ft.

    Credits: Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Jul15; MP371.

  CARTOONS IN THE PARLOR. (Animated Grouch Chaser) 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Director, Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 5Jun15; LP5490.

  CARTOONS ON A YACHT. (Animated Grouch Chaser) 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Written, directed and produced by Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 29Oct15; LP6826.

  CARTOONS ON THE BEACH. (Animated Grouch Chasers) 1915. About 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 25Aug15; MP404.

  CARTOONS ON TOUR. (Animated Grouch Chasers) 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Raoul Barré.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 6Aug15; MP391.

  A CAR-TUNE PORTRAIT. 1937. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; animation, David Tendlar,
    Nicholas Tafuri.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun37; MP7618.

  CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Santschi.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (James Oliver Curwood, author); 20Jun14;
    LP2896.

  CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. SEE Trails of the Wild.

  LA CASA DE LA TROYA. SEE In Gay Madrid.

  THE CASE AGAINST MRS. AMES. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1936. 10 reels,
    sd. Based on the novel by Arthur Somers Roche.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Wanger; director, William A. Seiter;
    screenplay, Gene Towne, Graham Baker.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 8May36; LP6351.

  CASE DISMISSED. 1924. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Slim Summerville.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13May24; LP20198.

  A CASE OF BEANS. Special Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: L. V. Jefferson; producer, Robert Daly.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Nov16; LP9445.

  THE CASE OF BECKY. © 1915.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Edward Locke, author);
    title, descr. & 19 prints, 27Aug15; LU6211.

  THE CASE OF BECKY. 1921. 5 reels. From the play by Edward Locke.

    Credits: Director, Chester Franklin.

    © Realart Pictures Corp.; 16Sep21; LP16964.

  THE CASE OF CHERRY PURCELLE. © 1914.

    © Société Française des Films et Cinématographes Éclair; title,
    descr. & 37 prints, 2Jan14; LU1888.

  THE CASE OF DOCTOR STANDING. Special Imp. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and produced by C. H. Weston.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 14May17; LP10762.

  A CASE OF EUGENICS. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Drew.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Templer Saxe, author); 30Sep15;
    LP6648.

  A CASE OF IDENTITY. © 1922. From "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"
    by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

    © Alexander Film Corp. (Maurice Elvey and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,
    authors); title, descr. & 43 prints, 15Apr22; LU17878.

  A CASE OF IDENTITY. Presented by Stoll Picture Productions, Ltd. 1922.
    2 reels. From "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by Sir Arthur
    Conan Doyle.

    Credits: Producer and director, Maurice Elvey; scenario, William J.
    Elliott.

    © Sherlock Holmes Series, Inc. (Stoll Film Co., Ltd., author);
    25Apr22; LP17806.

  THE CASE OF LENA SMITH. 1929. 7,229 ft. From the story of Samuel
    Ornitz.

    Credits: Director, Josef Von Sternberg; adaptation, Jules Furthman.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 18Jan29; LP32.

  THE CASE OF LUCKY LEGS. Presented by First National Pictures, Inc. and
    The Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 9 reels.

    Credits: Director, Archie L. Mayo; screenplay, Brown Holmes, Ben
    Markson; adaptation, Jerry Chodorov.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Sep35; LP5824.

  THE CASE OF SERGEANT GRISCHA. 1930. 10 reels, sd. From the novel by
    Arnold Zweig.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Brenon; adaptation, Elizabeth Meehan.

    © RKO Productions, Inc.; 23Feb30; LP1180.

  THE CASE OF THE BLACK CAT. First National. 1936. 8 reels.

    Credits: Director, William McGann; story, Erle Stanley Gardner;
    screenplay, F. Hugh Herbert.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. & The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Oct36;
    LP6673.

  THE CASE OF THE CONSTANT GOD. SEE Love Letters of a Star.

  THE CASE OF THE CURIOUS BRIDE. Presented by First National Productions
    Corp. and The Vitaphone Corp. 1935. 8 reels, sd. From the novel by
    Erle Stanley Gardner.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; screenplay, Tom Reed; additional
    dialogue, Brown Holmes.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 8Apr35; LP5455.

  THE CASE OF THE HOWLING DOG. Presented by Warner Bros. Productions
    Corp. and the Vitaphone Corp. 1934. 8 reels, sd. From the story by
    Earle Stanley Gardner.

    Credits: Director, Alan Crosland; screenplay, Ben Markson; dialogue
    director, Arthur Greville Collins.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Sep34; LP4963.

  THE CASE OF THE LOST SHEEP. (Oswald cartoon) (A Walter Lantz Cartoon)
    Snappy. 1935. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story, Walter Lantz, Victor McLeod; animation, Manuel
    Moreno, Lester Kline.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 4Dec35; MP6036.

  THE CASE OF THE MISSING MAN. 1935. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; story and screenplay, Lee Loeb,
    Harold Buchman; film editor, Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Oct35; LP5884.

  THE CASE OF THE STUTTERING BISHOP. First National. 1937. 8 reels, sd.
    From the novel by Erle Stanley Gardner.

    Credits: Director, William Clemens; screenplay, Kenneth Garnet, Don
    Ryan.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Apr37; LP7134.

  THE CASE OF THE STUTTERING PIG. (Looney Tunes) 1937. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, Frank Tashlin;
    story, Melvin Millar; animation, Volney White; music, Carl W.
    Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Dec37; MP8379.

  THE CASE OF THE VANISHED BONDS. 1914. 1 reel. Adapted from "Below the
    Dead Line" by Scott Campbell [pseud. of Frederick William Davis].

    Credits: Director, Langdon West.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 26Sep14; LP3435.

  THE CASE OF THE VELVET CLAWS. Presented by First National Pictures,
    Inc. and the Vitaphone Corp. 1936. 7 reels, sd. From the story by
    Erle Stanley Gardner.

    Credits: Director, William Clemens; screenplay, Tom Reed.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 3Jul36; LP6482.

  CASEY AT THE BAT. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 18Dec20; MP1811.

  CASEY AT THE BAT. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1927. 6 reels. From the poem by Ernest L. Thayer.

    Credits: Producer, Hector Turnbull; director, Monte Brice;
    screenplay, Jules Furthman; adaptation, Reginald Morris, Monte
    Brice.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 5Mar27; LP23753.

  THE CASEY MILLIONS. © 1927.

    © George Crommey (John McDonagh, author); title, descr. & 33 prints,
    9Jul27; LU24318.

  CASEY OF THE COAST GUARD. 1926. 2 reels each. © Pathe Exchange, Inc.

    Credits: Lewis Allen Browne; director, Will Nigh.

    1. The Smugglers' Ruse. © 17Feb26; LP22406.

    2. Shots in the Dark. © 17Feb26; LP22407.

    3. Watchful Waiting. © 17Feb26; LP22408.

    4. Under Suspicion. © 17Feb26; LP22409.

    5. The Gas Chamber. © 17Mar26; LP22500.

    6. Shot from the Depths. © 17Mar26; LP22501.

    7. Contraband Channels. © 23Mar26; LP22581.

    8. Smuggled Aliens. © 31Mar26; LP22582.

    9. Meshes of the Law. © 7Apr26; LP22583.

    10. Caught in the Net. © 17Apr26; LP22646.

  CASEY, THE BANDMASTER. © 1917.

    © John Ray; title & descr., 11Jun17; 30 prints, 25Jun17; LU10988.

  CASEY, THE FIREMAN. © 1917.

    © John Ray; title & descr., 23Jun17; 28 prints, 25Jun17; LU10990.

  CASEY'S BORDER RAID. Bison. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Story, direction, and production, George E. Marshall;
    scenario, Charles J. Wilson, Jr.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Apr17; LP10693.

  CASH. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Zoltan Korda; story and continuity, Anthony
    Gibbs, Dorothy Greenhill; dialogue, Anthony Gibbs.

    © London Films Corp., Ltd.; 3Aug34; LP4968. (See also Cash; 3Aug34;
    LP4867)

  CASH. 1934. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Zoltan Korda; scenario and continuity, Anthony
    Gibbs, Dorothy Greenhill; dialogue, Anthony Gibbs.

    © Mundus Distributing Corp.; 3Aug34; LP4867. (See also Cash; 3Aug34;
    LP4968)

  CASH AND CARRY. (Educational-Christie Comedy) 1927. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Arvid Gillstrom; story, Frank Roland Conklin.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 27Mar27; LP23795.

  CASH AND CARRY. 1937. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Jules White; director, Del Lord; story,
    Clyde Bruckman; screenplay, Clyde Bruckman, Elwood Ullman; film
    editor, Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 23Aug37; LP7356.

  CASH AND MARRY. 1930. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Foster.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 16Mar30; LP1283.

  CASH CUSTOMERS. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 28Jan21; LU16054.

  CASH CUSTOMERS. (A Stern Brothers Comedy) (Mike and Ike Series) 1927.
    2 reels. From cartoons by Rube Goldberg.

    Credits: Director, Roland Asher.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 13Dec27; LP24776.

  THE CASINO MURDER CASE. 1935. 8 reels, sd., b&w. From the book by S.
    S. Van Dine [pseud. of Willard Huntington Wright].

    Credits: Producer, Lucien Hubbard; director, Edwin L. Marin;
    screenplay, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan Woolf; film editor, Conrad
    A. Nervig; synchronized score, Dimitri Tiomkin.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 7Mar35; LP5391.

  CASPER'S NIGHT OUT. (Toots and Casper Series, no. 7) 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Herman; story, E. V. Durling, Joseph
    Basil.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 3Mar29; LP232.

  CASPER'S WEEK END. (Toots and Casper Series, no. 4) 1928. 2 reels.
    Suggested by Jimmy Murphy's newspaper comedy characters.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, St. Elmo Boyce; story,
    E. V. Durling, Hal Davit.

    © Standard Cinema Corp.; 9Dec28; LP43.

  CASSIDY OF BAR 20. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1938. 6 reels. Based on
    the story "Me 'an Shorty" by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    screenplay and dialogue, Norman Houston.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 25Feb38; LP7860.

  THE CASTAWAY. (Mickey Mouse Cartoon, no. 12) 1931. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 23Apr31; MP2471.

  CASTE. 1913. 2 reels. Adapted from the comedy by T. W. Robertson.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 27Aug13; LP1193.

  CASTE. © 1916. From the play by T. W. Robertson.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Ideal Film Renting Co., Ltd., author); title,
    descr. & 46 prints, 6Jan16; LU7368.

  CASTE. 1917. 5 reels. From the play by T. W. Robertson.

    Credits: Director, Larry Trimble; adaptation, Benedict James, Larry
    Trimble.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 21Jun17; LP10987.

  A CASTILIAN GARDEN. 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Aug33; MP4193.

  CASTING FOR LUCK. (Adventures of the Newsreel Cameraman) 1935. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 25Jan35; MP5371.

  CASTLE CRANEYCROW. SEE The Prisoner.

  THE CASTLE OF DESPAIR. Gold Seal. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: William A. Lathrop; director, Ben Wilson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 10Aug16; LP8906.

  THE CASTLE OF DREAMS. 1935. 2 reels, sd.

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

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jul35; LP5663.

  THE CASTLE RANCH. © 1915. 2 reels.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (T. P. Middleton, author); title, descr. &
    150 prints, 23Apr15; LU5083.

  CASTLES FOR TWO. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Reicher; scenario, Beatrice De Mille,
    Leighton Osmun.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Co.; 23Feb17; LP10261.

  CASTLES IN THE AIR. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Norval MacGregor.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Wallace C. Clifton, author); 11May14; LP2795.

  CASTLES IN THE AIR. 1919. 5 reels. From the Saturday Evening Post
    story by Kate Jordan.

    Credits: Adaptation and direction, George D. Baker.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 12May19; LP13748.

  CASUALTIES. (Metro Movietone Act) 1929. 2 reels, sd., b&w. Based on
    the play by Martin A. Flavin.

    Credits: Director, Robert Ober; film editor, Frank Sullivan.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 17Dec29; MP952.

  A CAT, A MOUSE, AND A BELL. (Color Rhapsody) 1935. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Mintz; story, Art Davis; animation, Sid
    Marcus; music, Joe de Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 31May35; MP5622.

  THE CAT AND THE BELL. (Oswald the Rabbit) (Walter Lantz Cartoon) 1938.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Victor McLeod, Hicks Lokey.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Sep38; MP8773.

  THE CAT AND THE CANARY. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 13May21; LU16511.

  THE CAT AND THE CANARY. Universal-Jewel. 1927. 8 reels. From the play
    by John Willard.

    Credits: Director, Paul Leni; adaptation, Robert F. Hill, Alfreda
    Cohn.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 31Mar27; LP23813.

  THE CAT AND THE CANARY. 1939. 8 reels, sd. Based on the stage play by
    John Willard.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; director, Elliott Nugent;
    screenplay, Walter DeLeon, Lynn Starling; film editor, Archie
    Marshek.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 10Nov39; LP9221.

  THE CAT AND THE CANARY. SEE The Cat Creeps.

  THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE. 1934. 9 reels, sd., color. From the play by
    Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach.

    Credits: Director, William K. Howard; screenplay, Bella and Samuel
    Spewack; film editor, Frank Hull; music director, Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 14Feb34; LP4508.

  THE CAT AND THE MAGNET. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 29Oct24; MU2743.

  THE CAT AND THE MICE. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 31Dec21; MU2088.

  THE CAT AND THE MONKEY. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 15Oct21; MU2067.

  THE CAT AND THE PIG. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 17May22; MU2145.

  THE CAT AND THE SWORDFISH. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 26Jan22; MU2099.

  THE CAT CAME BACK. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 16Nov23; MU2353.

  THE CAT CAME BACK. (Merrie Melodies) 1936. 7 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; supervision, I. Freling;
    animation, Bob McKimson, Ben Clopton.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Feb36; MP6231.

  THE CAT CREEPS. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1930. 8 reels. From the
    play "The Cat and the Canary" by John Willard.

    Credits: Director, Rupert Julian; dialogue, Gladys Lehman, William
    Hurlburt; continuity, Gladys Lehman.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 23Oct30; LP1672.

  CAT, DOG & CO. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Our Gang Comedies) Presented by Hal
    Roach. 1929. 2 reels.

    Credits: Production, supervision and story, Robert F. McGowan;
    director, Anthony Mack; editor, Richard Currier; titles, H. M.
    Walker.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 3Sep29; LP650.

  A CAT-FISH ROMANCE. (Aesop's Sound Fable, no. 3) 1932. 7 min., sd.

    Credits: John Foster, Mannie Davis.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. (The Van Beuren Corp., author); 7Oct32;
    MP3809.

  CAT NIPPED. (An Oswald Comedy) Snappy. 1932. 1 reel.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 20May32; MP3310.

  CAT TALES. (A McDougall Alley Comedy) 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert B. Wilcox.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 13Jan28; LP24854.

  THE CAT THAT FAILED. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 7Aug23; MU2308.

  CATALINA, HERE I COME. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 11Apr27; LU23851.

  CATALYSIS. 1937. 1 reel.

    © Erpi Picture Consultants, Inc. (H. I. Schlesinger, author);
    15Oct37; MP7922.

  CATARACT EXTRACTION. 1931. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (F. C. Parker, author); 16Dec31;
    MP3358.

  CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN. Presented by Sam Sax. 1927. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Sam Bischoff; director, Charles Hutchinson;
    story, L. V. Jefferson.

    © Lumas Film Corp.; 7Jun27; LP24065.

  CATCH AS CATCH CAN. (Hal Roach Comedy) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Marshall Neilan; dialogue, H. B. Walker; editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 29Jul31; LP2363.

  CATCH 'EM YOUNG. (A Grantland Rice Sports-Eye-View) 1932. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Jack Eaton.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 8Dec32; MP3684.

  CATCH MY SMOKE. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, William Beaudine; story, Joseph B. Ames;
    scenario, Jack Strumwasser.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 31Dec22; LP19087.

  CATCHING A COON. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 2Jul21; LU16758.

  CATCHING A SPEEDER. © 1915.

    © Mica Film Corp. (J. C. Whitcomb, author); title, descr. & 19
    prints, 9Feb15; LU4421.

  CATCHING TROUBLE. (Sportlight) 1936. 1 reel.

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 8May36; MP6445.

  CATCHING UP IN CANTON. (A Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel-Picture)
    1921. 1 reel.

    © Burton Holmes Lectures, Inc. (Burton Holmes, author); 6Jan21;
    MP1836.

  CATCHING WHOPPERS. (Sportlight) 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 13Oct39; MP9711.

  CATHERINE THE GREAT. Released through United Artists. 1934. 10 reels,
    sd. Based on events in the life of Catharine II, Empress of Russia.

    Credits: Producer, Alexander Korda; director, Paul Czinner; story
    and dialogue, Lajos Biro, Arthur Wimperis, Melchior Lengyel;
    scenario and continuity, Arthur Wimperis, Marjorie Deans; film
    editor, Stephen Harrison; music director, Muir Mathieson.

    © London Film Productions, Inc., Ltd.; 1May34; LP4720.

  CATHOLIC EDUCATION. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Patrick Cardinal Hayes.

    © Electrical Research Products, Inc.; 20Feb31; MP2536.

  CATS. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Norval MacGregor.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (James Oliver Curwood, author); 16Jan15;
    LP4229.

  CATS AND DOGS. (Pooch the Pup Cartoon) 1932. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation and direction, Walter Lantz.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 30Nov32; MP3672.

  CATS AND LAW. © 1921.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 37
    prints, 13May21; LU16518.

  THE CAT'S CANARY. (Aesop's Fables) 1932. 654 ft.

    Credits: John Foster, Mannie Davis.

    © The Van Beuren Corp.; 26Mar32; MP3290.

  THE CAT'S MEOW. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mack Sennett, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 6May24; LU20167.

  THE CAT'S NIGHTMARE. (A Walt Disney Comic) (Silly Symphony, no. 20)
    Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions, Ltd.; 1Aug31; MP2737.

  THE CAT'S NINE LIVES. (An Unnatural History Cartoon) 1927. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animated, directed, and titled by Walter Lantz, Dave Hand,
    Clyde Geronimi.

    © The Bray Productions, Inc.; 15Jan27; MP3737.

  THE CAT'S PAJAMAS. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1926. 5,790 ft.

    Credits: Director, William A. Wellman; story, Ernest Vajda;
    scenario, Hope Loring, Louis D. Lighton.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17Nov26; LP23346.

  THE CAT'S PAW. Great Northern. © 1916.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S; title, descr. & 89 prints, 17Feb16;
    LU7653.

  THE CATSPAW. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, George Wright.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 5Jan16; LP7355.

  THE CAT'S PAW. (Daphne Pollard Universal Comedy) 1931. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Edwards; story, Dick Smith, Sidney Levee,
    Mitchell Rhein.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 16Jun31; LP2297.

  THE CAT'S-PAW. 1934. 12 reels, sd. Based on the book by Clarence
    Budington Kelland.

    Credits: Direction and screenplay, Sam Taylor; music director,
    Alfred Newman.

    © Harold Lloyd Corp.; 17Aug34; LP4895.

  THE CAT'S PAW. SEE Trapped.

  THE CAT'S REVENGE. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 11Aug23; MU2311.

  THE CAT'S WHISKERS. © 1923.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 16
    prints, 1Sep23; MU2317.

  THE CAT'S WHISKERS. Bluebird. 1925. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Richard Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 21Sep25; LP21853.

  THE CAT'S WHISKERS. (Unnatural History Cartoon) 1926. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Walt Lantz.

    © Bray Productions, Inc.; 20Jun26; LP22962.

  CATTLE. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Kodak Co. (George W. Hoke, author); 2Mar28; MP4927.

  CATTLE RAIDERS. 1938. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Sam Nelson; story, Folmer Blangsted; screenplay,
    Joseph T. Poland, Ed Earl Repp; film editor, Dick Fantl; music
    director, Morris Stoloff; music and lyrics, Bob Nolan.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.; 11Feb38; LP7900.

  A CATTLE RANCH. (Ford Educational Library, Agriculture) Ford Motion
    Picture Laboratories. 1922. 1 reel.

    © Ford Motor Company; 25Oct22; MP2200.

  THE CATTLE THIEF. 1936. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Spencer Gordon Bennet; story, J. A. Duffy;
    screenplay, Nate Gatzert; film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jan36; LP6099.

  THE CATTLE THIEF'S ESCAPE. © 1913.

    Credits: Producer, William Duncan.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (R. E. Hicks, author); title, descr. & 30
    prints, 25Sep13; LU1295.

  CAUGHT. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles Bradley.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 31Aug15; LP6258.

  CAUGHT. 1931. 6,117 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sloman; story, Agnes Brand Leahy, Keene
    Thompson; additional dialogue, Bella Spewack, Sam Spewack.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 9Aug31; LP2390.

  CAUGHT BLUFFING. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; story, Jack Bechdolt; scenario,
    Charles Sarver.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 2Sep22; LP18190.

  CAUGHT BY A THREAD. Nestor. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Al. E. Christie; scenario, Tom Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 26Apr15; LP5137.

  CAUGHT CHEATING. 1931. 7 reels, sd.

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

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 27Jan31; LP1939.

  CAUGHT COURTING. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Directors, Maurice Costello, Wilfrid North.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Giles Bishop, author); 21Aug13;
    LP1319.

  CAUGHT IN A CABARET. 1923. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Chaplin.

    ** © Tri-Stone Pictures, Inc.; 18Apr23; LP18952.

  CAUGHT IN A PARK. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 6Feb15; LP4417.

  CAUGHT IN A TAXI. (Taxi Driver Series, no. 6) Mack Sennett, Inc. 1929.
    2 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, John A. Waldron; director, Del Lord; story,
    Del Lord, Ewart Adamson; film editor, William Hornbeck.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Del Lord and Ewart Adamson, authors);
    28Jun29; LP499.

  CAUGHT IN A TIGHT PINCH. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (J. E. Hungerford, author); title, descr. &
    64 prints, 23Sep14; LU3413.

  CAUGHT IN THE ACT. 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Mack Sennett.

    © The Keystone Film Co. (Mack Sennett, author); 27Mar15; LP4877.

  CAUGHT IN THE ACT. Victor. 1917. 2 reels.

    Credits: Eugene B. Lewis; director, T. N. Heffron.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13Jul17; LP11087.

  CAUGHT IN THE ACT. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Millarde; story, Fred Jackson; scenario,
    Raymond L. Schrock.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 15Dec18; LP13139.

  CAUGHT IN THE ACT. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story, Al Ray; screenplay, Al Ray,
    Arthur A. Greenlaw.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Mar36; LP6183.

  CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT. Nestor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Craig Hutchinson; scenario, F. A.
    Statter.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 30Oct17; LP11647.

  CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT. 1928. 1 reel.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 21Oct28; MP5494.

  CAUGHT IN THE END. (Star Comedy) 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and directed by Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13May20; LP15124.

  CAUGHT IN THE FOG. 1928. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton; story, Jerome Kingston;
    scenario, Charles R. Condon.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Aug28; LP25554.

  CAUGHT IN THE KITCHEN. (Tired Business Man Series, no. 1) 1928. 2
    reels.

    Credits: Supervision, John A. Waldron; director, Phil Whitman;
    story, Jefferson Moffitt, Philip Whitman; film editor, William
    Hornbeck.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 30Jul28; LP25501.

  CAUGHT IN THE RAPIDS. © 1921.

    Credits: Holman Day.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Edgar Jones, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 3Jun21; LU16625.

  CAUGHT ON A SKYSCRAPER. 1916. 2 reels.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany; 24Feb16; LP7905.

  CAUGHT PLASTERED. 1931. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Douglas MacLean; director, William
    Seiter; story, Douglas MacLean; adaptation and dialogue, Ralph
    Spence.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Sep31; LP2467.

  CAUGHT SHORT. Cosmopolitan. 1930. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Charles F. Riesner; story, Willard Mack; dialogue
    and continuity, Willard Mack, Robert E. Hopkins; film editor, George
    Hively.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 22May30; LP1315.

  CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS. 1913. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ned Finley.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Wynham Martyn, author); 10Dec13;
    LP1966.

  CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS. 1915. 500 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (O. R. Middleton, author); 8Jun15; LP5508.

  CAUSE FOR DIVORCE. 1923. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Hugh Dierker; story, Thelma Lanier.

    © Hugh Dierker Productions; 21Sep23; LP19419.

  A CAUSE FOR THANKFULNESS. 1913. 1 reel.

    Credits: Mark Swan.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 1Nov13; LP1522.

  CAUSE FOR THANKSGIVING. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Tefft Johnson.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Elaine Sterne, author); 11Nov14;
    LP3737.

  THE CAUSE OF GOITER. Atlas Educational Film Co. © 1938. 1,511 ft.,
    b&w, 35 mm.

    © Dr. Horry M. Jones; title, descr. & 12 prints, 12Nov38; MU8890.

  CAVALCADE. 1933. 9,500 ft., sd. From the play by Noel Coward.

    Credits: Director, Frank Lloyd; screenplay, Reginald Berkeley;
    continuity, Sonya Levien; editor, Margaret Clancey.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 4Jan33; LP3666.

  THE CAVALCADE OF MUSIC. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Fred Waller; continuity, Milton Hocky, Fred Rath;
    narrator, Harry Vonzell.

    © Paramount Productions, Inc.; 3Oct35; MP5895.

  CAVALCADE OF STUFF. Presented by E. W. Hammons. 1938. 1 reel each, sd.

    © Grand National Pictures, Inc.

    Credits: Director, Don Malkames.

    1. © 18Nov38; MP8896.

    2. © 6Dec38; MP8938.

  THE CAVALIER. 1928. 7 reels. From "The Black Rider" by Max Brand
    [pseud. of Frederick Faust].

    Credits: Director, Irvin Willat; continuity, Victor Irvin; titles,
    Walter Anthony; editor, Doane Harrison.

    © Tiffany-Stahl Productions, Inc.; 15Jun28; LP25389.

  CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA. SEE Vendetta.

  CAVALRY. 1936. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producer, A. W. Hackel; original story and direction,
    Robert N. Bradbury; screen adaptation, George S. Plympton.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 14Oct36; LP6686.

  CAVANAGH OF THE FOREST RANGERS. 1918. Based on the novel "Cavanagh,
    Forest Ranger" by Hamlin Garland.

    Credits: Director, William Wolbert.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 16Feb18; LP12068.

  THE CAVE CLUB. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15May30; MP1509.

  THE CAVE DWELLERS. 1914. 1 reel.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Elaine Sterne, author); 29Sep14; LP3470.

  THE CAVE GIRL. 1921. 5 reels. From the play by Guy Bolton and George
    Middleton.

    Credits: Director, Joseph J. Franz; screen version, William Parker.

    © Inspiration Pictures, Inc.; 18Nov21; LP17448.

  THE CAVE GIRL. 1921. 5 reels. An adaptation of the stage play by Guy
    Bolton and George Middleton.

    Credits: Scenario, William Parker.

    © Inspiration Pictures, Inc. (Charles H. Duell, Jr., author);
    24Aug21; LP17058.

  THE CAVEMAN. 1915. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Theodore Marston.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America (Gelett Burgess, author); 27Oct15;
    LP6908.

  THE CAVEMAN. 1926. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Milestone; story, Gelett Burgess;
    adaptation, Darryl Francis Zanuck.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29Jan26; LP22337.

  THE CAVE MAN. (Willie Whopper Cartoon) 1934. 1 reel.

    Credits: Animation, Grim Natwick, Berny Wolf.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 6Jul34; MP4860.

  CAVE MAN STUFF. Nestor. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Allen Curtis; scenario, Tom Gibson.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 29Dec17; LP11884.

  CAVE MAN'S BUFF. Metro-Drew. 1917. 1 reel.

    Credits: T. J. Geraghty; producer, Sidney Drew.

    © Metro Pictures Corp.; 5Jan17; LP9916.

  THE CAVE ON THUNDER CLOUD. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Mary Roberts Rinehart.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 31Jul15; LP5973.

  THE CAVELL CASE. Presented by Joseph L. Plunkett and Frank J. Carroll.
    1918. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, John G. Adolfi; picturized by Anthony Paul Kelly.

    © F. L. Curtiss (Select Pictures Corp., author); 20Nov18; LP13059.

  CAVES AND COQUETTES. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gilbert Pratt; story, Montgomery & Rock.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 24Oct19; LP14334.

  CAVIAR. (Terrytoons) 1930. 1 reel.

    © Audio Cinema, Inc.; 23Jul30; LP1497.

  CAVIARE FOR HIS EXCELLENCY. SEE The Magnificent Fraud.

  CECIL LEAN AND CLEO MAYFIELD, HIS LUCKY DAY. (Metro Movietone Act)
    1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Nick Grinde.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 1Apr30; MP1336.

  CECILIA LOFTUS IN HER FAMOUS IMPERSONATIONS. 1929. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27May29; MP251.

  CECILIA OF THE PINK ROSES. 1918. 5 reels.

    Credits: Katherine Haviland Taylor; director, Julius Steger; screen
    version, S. M. Weller.

    © Marion Davies Film Co., Inc.; 3Jun18; LP12538.

  THE CECROPIA MOTH. 1916. 4,000 ft.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 19May16; MP614.

  CEILING WHACKS. Presented by Carl Laemmle. 1934. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Warren Doane; director, James W. Horne; story,
    Albert Austin, James W. Horne; editor, Harry Marker.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 12Mar34; LP4559.

  CEILING ZERO. Cosmopolitan. Released by First National Pictures Corp.
    and The Vitaphone Corp. 1936. 10 reels, sd. Based on the play by
    Frank Wead.

    Credits: Director, Howard Hawks; screenplay, Frank Wead.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Jan36; LP6074.

  THE CELEBRATED JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY. SEE The Jumping Frog.

  A CELEBRATED SCANDAL. 1915. For Wm. Fox Vaudeville Co. 5 reels.

    Credits: Picturized by J. Gordon Edwards.

    © Wm. Fox; 17Feb15; LP5234.

  CELEBRATING KEYPORT'S 100TH ANNIVERSARY. © 1934.

    © Maynard Rosevear; title, descr. & 6 prints, 25Sep34; MU5001.

  CELEBRATING THE THIRD OF NOVEMBER; Panamanian Independence Day. ©
    1914.

    © Eugene H. Hagy; title, & 2 prints, 28Apr14; descr., 3Apr14; MU154.

  CELEBRITY. 1928. 7 reels. From the stage play by Willard Keefe.

    Credits: Producer, Ralph Block; director, Tay Garnett; screenplay,
    Tay Garnett, George Dromgold; adaptation, Elliott Clawson, George
    Dromgold.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 2Oct28; LP25672.

  CELESTE. Big U. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 13May15; LP5278.

  CELESTE. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 18Apr16; LP8098.

  CELESTE OF THE AMBULANCE CORPS. 1916. 3,000 ft.

    Credits: William Addison Lathrop; director. Burton George.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 29Apr16; LP8204.

  THE CELESTIAL REPUBLIC. 1913. 1 reel.

    ** © Vitagraph Co. of America; 16Jul13; MP67.

  THE CELLAR SPY. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Hotaling.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes Winthrop Sargent, author); 26Oct15; LP6788.

  THE 'CELLO CHAMPION. 1915. 1,000 ft.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur D. Hotaling.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Epes W. Sargent, author); 22Sep15; LP6450.

  CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE; Animated Displays. © 1917.

    © Berthold Jules Reese; title & descr., 20Apr17; 2 prints, 4May17;
    MU929.

  CENTRAL AIRPORT. Presented by First National Pictures, Inc. and
    Vitaphone Corp. 1933. 8 reels, sd. Based on the story "Hawk's Mate"
    by Jack Moffitt.

    Credits: Director, William A. Wellman; screenplay, Rian James, James
    Seymour; film editor, James Morley.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 10Apr33; LP3795.

  CENTRAL AMERICA. 1930. 1 reel.

    © Eastman Teaching Films, Inc. (George W. Hoke, author); 24Feb30;
    MP1309.

  CENTRAL AMERICA. 1934. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Editor, Bert Frank.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 5Oct34; MP5027.

  THE CENTRAL DELIVERY DEPARTMENT. 1929. 3 reels.

    © Visugraphic Pictures, Inc. (Albuin Rudolph Mariner, author);
    18Mar29; MP244.

  CENTRAL PARK. 1932. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, John G. Adolfi; screenplay, Ward Morehouse, Earle
    Baldwin.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 14Dec32; LP3477.

  THE CENTRAL PLAINS. (Regional Geography) 1920. 2 reels.

    © Society for Visual Education, Inc. (Marie E. Goodenough, author);
    1Dec20; MP1864.

  THE CENTURY CHAMPIONSHIP. SEE Dead Man's Curve.

  A CENTURY OF PROGRESS. (Ford Educational Library, Civics and
    Citizenship, v. 3, pts. 1 & 2) Ford Motion Picture Laboratories.
    1921. 1 reel each.

    © Ford Motor Co.; pt. 1, 1Aug21; MP2001; pt. 2, 4Aug21; MP2004.

  A CENTURY OF PROGRESS—CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR. 1933. 2 reels, sd.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 16Jun33; MP4125.

  'CEPTION SHOALS. SEE Out of the Fog.

  CEREMONIES IN BALI. 1936. Released by Harold Auten. 1 reel.

    © Andre de LaVarre; 15May36; MP6528.

  A CERTAIN RICH MAN. (Herbert Kaufman's Weekly) 1920. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Philip W. Masi; story, Herbert Kaufman; scenario,
    Merle Johnson.

    © Selznick Pictures Corp.; 15May20; LP15127.

  A CERTAIN YOUNG MAN. 1928. 6 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer and director, Hobart Henley; continuity, Donna
    Barrell; titles, Marian Ainslee, Ruth Cummings; film editor, Basil
    Wrangell.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 19May28; LP25329.

  THE CERTAINTY OF MAN. © 1914.

    © American Film Mfg. Co. (Marc E. Jones, author); title, descr. & 39
    prints, 21Mar14; LU2356.

  A CERTIFIED ROUTE-BUILDING PLAN, pt. 5. 1937. Filmstrip, sd.

    © Atlas Educational Film Co.; 13Sep37; MP7758.

  CEYLON. (Dorsey Motion Picture Travelogues) © 1916. 4 reels.

    © United Photo Plays Co. (George A. Dorsey, author); title, descr. &
    8 prints, 22May16; MU615.

  THE CHADFORD DIAMONDS. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Biograph Co.; 12Jul15; LP5800.

  THE CHAIN GANG. (A Walt Disney Comic, Mickey Mouse Series) Presented
    by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walter E. Disney; 5Sep30; MP1906.

  THE CHAIN INVISIBLE. © 1916.

    Credits: Producer, Frank E. Powell; book, Richard LeGallienne;
    scenario, Roy L. McCardell.

    © Equitable Motion Pictures Corp. (Richard LeGallienne, author);
    title, descr. & 166 prints, 1May16; LU8192.

  A CHAIN IS AS STRONG. 1935. 22 min.

    © RCA Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Mar35; MP5660.

  CHAIN LETTER DIMES. (An Oddity) 1935. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Al Ray; explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 22May35; MP5608.

  CHAIN LETTERS. (Paul Terry-Toons) Educational Pictures. Presented by
    E. W. Hammons. 1935. 524 ft., sd.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Moser and Terry, Inc.; 2Aug35; MP5766.

  CHAIN LIGHTNING. 1922. 5 reels.

    Credits: Supervision, Ben Wilson; story and scenario, J. Grubb
    Alexander, Agnes Parsons.

    © Arrow Film Corp.; 11Apr22; LP17749.

  CHAIN LIGHTNING. 1927. 6 reels, b&w, tinted sequences.

    Credits: Direction and scenario, Lambert Hillyer; story, Charles
    Alden Seltzer; titles, Malcolm Stuart Boylan; film editor, Louis
    Loeffler.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 14Aug27; LP24336.

  THE CHAIN OF EVIDENCE. 1916. 2 reels.

    © Biograph Co.; 25Jan16; LP7495.

  CHAIN STORES. 1931. 1 reel.

    © The International Displays Co. (H. R. Barnett & A. T. Fischer,
    authors); 15Jan31; MP2431.

  CHAINED. 1934. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Hunt Stromberg; director, Clarence Brown;
    original story, Edgar Selwyn; screenplay, John Lee Mahin; film
    editor, Robert J. Kern; music score, Herbert Stothart.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 1Sep34; LP4965.

  CHAINED. (Your True Adventures) 1939. 12 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery; screenplay, Burnet Hershey.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Apr39; LP8741.

  CHAINS OF EVIDENCE. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Dallas M. FitzGerald; story, Leon D. Britton;
    scenario, J. Clarkson Miller.

    © Hallmark Pictures Corp.; 31Dec19; LP14728.

  THE CHAINS OF HONOR. © 1913.

    © Pathé Frères (Compagnie Générale des Établissements Pathé Frères,
    Phonographes & Cinématographes, author); title, descr. & 30 prints,
    29Oct13; LU1487.

  CHAINS OF THE PAST (KETTEN DER VERGANGENHEIT). Deutsche
    Kinematographen, G.m.b.H., Germany. © 1914.

    © Jacques Greenzweig (DeKage Films, author); title, descr. & 53
    prints, 27Apr14; LU2598.

  THE CHALICE OF COURAGE. 1915. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Rollin S. Sturgeon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Cyrus Townsend Brady, author); 10May15;
    LP5255.

  THE CHALICE OF SORROW. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Directed and adapted by Rex Ingram.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 16Sep16; LP9134.

  CHALK MARKS. Released by Producers Distributing Corp. 1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Frank E. Woods; director, John G. Adolfi.

    © Peninsula Studios, Inc.; 15Sep24; LP20702.

  CHALK UP. (Sport Champions) 1932. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Zion Myers; explanatory remarks, Pete Smith.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 27Dec32; MP3712.

  CHALKED OUT. SEE You Can't Get Away with Murder.

  THE CHALLENGE. © 1916.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Astra Film Corp., author); title, descr. &
    103 prints, 18Dec16; LU9749.

  THE CHALLENGE. (Out of the Inkwell) 1922. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, David Fleischer; animation, Max Fleischer.

    © Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc.; 29Aug22; MP2184.

  CHALLENGE. SEE Bulldog Drummond in Africa.

  THE CHALLENGE OF CHANCE. 1919. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Revier; story and scenario, Roy Somerville.

    © Continental Pictures Corp.; 1Jul19; LP13920.

  THE CHALLENGE OF THE LAW. 1920. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Scott Dunlap; story, Lloyd Sheldon; scenario,
    Dennison Clift, Scott Dunlap.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 10Oct20; LP15669.

  CHALLIS. SEE Shake It up.

  THE CHAMP. (Star Comedy) 1921. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Ward Hayes; story, Ward Hayes, Frank Kingsley.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 8Jul21; LP16750.

  THE CHAMP. 1931. 10 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, King Vidor; story, Frances Marion; dialogue
    continuity, Leonard Praskins; additional dialogue, Wanda Tuchock;
    film editor, Hugh Wynn.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Distributing Corp.; 19Nov31; LP2636.

  THE CHAMP. (Paul Terry Toons) 1931. 6 min.

    Credits: Frank Moser, Paul Terry.

    © Terry, Moser & Coffman; 20Sep31; LP2493.

  THE CHAMP. SEE Be Yourself.

  CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE. 1936. 5,300 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; screenplay, Allen Rivkin; music
    director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8May36; LP6472.

  CHAMPAGNE FOR BREAKFAST. 1935. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Melville Brown; story, E. Morton Hough;
    screenplay, George Waggner; film editor, Lou Sackin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jun35; LP5635.

  THE CHAMPAGNE MUSIC OF LAWRENCE WELK. 1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; continuity, Justin Herman.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 3Mar39; MP9202.

  CHAMPAGNE WALTZ. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1937. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harlan Thompson; director, A. Edward Sutherland;
    story, Billy Wilder, H. S. Kraft; screenplay, Don Hartman, Frank
    Butler; film editor, Paul Weatherwax.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 29Jan37; LP6907.

  THE CHAMPEEN. © 1922.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 38
    prints, 16Dec22; LU18518.

  THE CHAMPION. 1915. 2 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 5Mar15; LP4634.

  THE CHAMPION. 1923. 239 ft.

    © Bosworth, De Frenes & Felton (Paul M. Felton, author); 30Sep23;
    MP2526.

  THE CHAMPION. © 1924.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 18
    prints, 20Mar24; MU2472.

  THE CHAMPION. SEE The World's Champion.

  CHAMPION AIR-HOPPERS. (The Grantland Rice Sportlight) 1938. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 28Oct38; MP8881.

  THE CHAMPION BABY. 1917. 1 reel. Adapted from the poem by Nixon
    Waterman.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Oct17; LP11531.

  THE CHAMPION BEAR SLAYER. Released through General Film Co. 1914. 1
    reel.

    Credits: Director, E. A. Martin.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Dave Martin, author); 8Dec14; LP3938.

  CHAMPION EXPERT PAPER HANGER OF THE WORLD. 1924. 1 reel.

    © Joseph Weinberg; 11Sep24; MP2751.

  THE CHAMPION GOLFER. SEE Ben Bard in The Champion Golfer.

  THE CHAMPION LIAR. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Ed (Hoot) Gibson; story, Louis D. Lighton;
    scenario, Bob Horner.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 3Sep20; LP15516.

  THE CHAMPION LOSER. Rainbow. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Chuck Reisner.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 25Mar20; LP14927.

  CHAMPION MAKERS. (Sound Sportlight) 1930. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Editor, Jack Eaton.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc.; 15Jun30; MP1676.

  CHAMPION OF LOST CAUSES. 1925. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Chester Bennett; story, Max Brand [pseud. of
    Frederick Faust]; scenario, Thomas Dixon, Jr.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 17Feb25; LP21150.

  THE CHAMPION PROCESS SERVER. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Story, Joseph Bernard.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 26Dec14; LP4043.

  CHAMPIONS. (A Grantland Rice Sportlight) © 1924.

    Credits: Producer, John L. Hawkinson.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (John L. Hawkinson, author); title, descr. &
    20 prints, 20Nov24; MU2755.

  THE CHAMPIONS. (World of Sports) 1933. 1 reel, sd.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Aug33; MP4215.

  CHAMPIONS IN THE NEWS. (Lawrence M. Rosenthal, author) 1938. 1 reel
    each, sd. © General Mills, Inc.

    1. © 10Jul38; MP8591.

    2. © 10Jul38; MP8592.

    3. © 10Jul38; MP8593.

    4. © 10Jul38; MP8594.

    5. © 10Jul38; MP8595.

    6. © 10Jul38; MP8596.

  CHAMPIONS OF THE XTH OLYMPIAD, AQUATIC EVENTS. © 1932. 400 ft.

    © Harry Lytle Kirkman; title, descr. & 8 prints, 1Oct32; MU3553.

  CHAMPIONS OF THE XTH OLYMPIAD, AQUATIC EVENTS. 1932. 200 ft.

    © Harry Lytle Kirkman; 22Oct32; MP3604.

  THE CHAMP'S A CHUMP. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Sam White; story and screenplay, Jerome Gottler,
    Ewart Adamson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corporation of Calif., Ltd.; 15Jun36; LP6437.

  CHANCE AT HEAVEN. 1933. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, H. N. Swanson; director, William
    Seiter; story, Vina Delmar; screenplay, Julian Josephson, Sarah Y.
    Mason: editor, James B. Morley; music director, Max Steiner.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 27Oct33; LP4285.

  A CHANCE DECEPTION. © 1913.

    © Biograph Co. (W. C. Cabanne, author); title, descr. & 176 prints,
    18Feb13; LU390.

  THE CHANCE MARKET. Gold Seal. 1916. 3 reels.

    Credits: Produced and written by King Baggot.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 17Aug16; LP8961.

  THE CHANCELLOR'S DOOM. © 1915.

    © Nordisk Films Kompagni, A/S; title, descr. & 117 prints, 5Nov15;
    LU6860.

  CHANCES. 1931. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alan Dwan; story, A. Hamilton Gibbs; adaptation,
    Waldemar Young.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 12Jun31; LP2295.

  CHANDU, THE MAGICIAN. 1932. 6,350 ft. From the radio drama by Harry A.
    Earnshaw, Vera M. Oldham and R. R. Morgan.

    Credits: Directors, Marcel Varnel, William C. Menzies; screenplay,
    Barry Conners, Philip Klein; editor, Harold Schuster.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 3Sep32; LP3238.

  CHANG. 1927. 8 reels.

    Credits: Producers, Merion C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 2Sep27; LP24344.

  CHANG AND THE LAW. © 1920. From the official records of William J.
    Flynn.

    Credits: Wilson Mizner; director, Carl Harbaugh.

    © Oliver Films, Inc. (William J. Flynn, author); title & descr.,
    15Mar20; 504 prints, 10Mar20; LU14877.

  A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER. 1915. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 15Jul15; LP5825.

  A CHANGE IN BAGGAGE CHECKS. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, George D. Baker.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Carlotta De Felice & Arthur Ashley,
    authors); 8Jan14; LP2084.

  A CHANGE IN LOVERS, L-Ko. 1915. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, J. G. Blystone.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 18Mar15; LP4749.

  A CHANGE OF ADMINISTRATION, pts. 1, 2. © 1913. 2 reels each.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (Gilson Willets, author); pt. 1, title, descr.
    & 10 prints, 3Apr13; LU550; pt. 2, title, descr. & 19 prints,
    3Apr13; LU551.

  A CHANGE OF BUSINESS. 1914. 1 reel.

    Credits: May Evers; director, Charles M. Seay.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 18Jul14; LP3064.

  A CHANGE OF HEART. 1916. 2,000 ft.

    Credits: Director, Leon D. Kent.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Julian Lamothe, author); 29Feb16; LP7729.

  CHANGE OF HEART. 1934. 6,937 ft., sd. From the story "Manhattan Love
    Song" by Kathleen Norris.

    Credits: Director, John G. Blystone; screenplay, Sonya Levien, James
    Gleason; additional dialogue, Samuel Hoffenstein; music director,
    Louis de Francesco.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 15May34; LP4684.

  CHANGE OF HEART. 1938. 5,972 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; screenplay, Frances Hyland, Albert
    Ray; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth-Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Jan38; LP8029.

  A CHANGE OF SPIRIT. © 1912.

    © Biograph Co. (D. W. Griffith, author); title, descr. & 126 prints,
    11Oct12; LU24.

  CHANGE THE NEEDLE. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 40
    prints, 5Mar25; LU21203.

  CHANGING HIDES INTO LEATHER. (Ford Educational Library, Industrial
    Geography) Ford Motion Picture Laboratories. 1923. 1 reel.

    © Ford Motor Co.; 24Oct23; MP2342.

  CHANGING HUSBANDS. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L.
    Lasky. 1924. 7 reels. From the story "Roles" by Elizabeth Alexander.

    Credits: Supervision, Cecil B. De Mille; directors, Frank Urson,
    Paul Iribe; adaptation, Sada Cowan, Howard Higgin.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 8Jul24; LP20384.

  CHANGING OF THE GUARD. 1936. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Bobby Connolly; story and screenplay, Sig Herzig.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Oct36; LP6639.

  THE CHANGING WOMAN. 1918. 5 reels. From a story by O. Henry [pseud. of
    William Sydney Porter].

    Credits: Director, David Smith.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 14Aug18; LP12751.

  CHANLER RAO, CRIMINAL EXPERT. 1914.

    Credits: Director, Ned Finley; story, Brinsley Moore.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Brinsley Moore, author); 3Feb14; LP2258.

  CHANNING OF THE NORTHWEST. Presented by Lewis J. Selznick. 1922. 5
    reels.

    Credits: Producer, Ralph Ince; story, John Willard; scenario, Edward
    J. Montagne.

    © Selznick Pictures Corp.; 30Apr22; LP17816.

  CHAP CALLED BARDELL. SEE The Sky Hawk.

  A CHAPARRAL CHRISTMAS GIFT. SEE The Mexican's Gratitude.

  THE CHAPERON. Released thru Kleine-Edison-Selig-Essanay Service. 1916.
    5 reels. From the play by Marion Fairfax.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Berthelet; arranger, H. S. Sheldon.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 4Nov16; LP9453.

  CHAPERONS. (A Stern Brothers Comedy) 1929. 2 reels. From cartoons by
    Rube Goldberg.

    Credits: Director, Samuel Newfield.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 15Jan29; LP27.

  A CHAPTER IN HER LIFE. Jewel. 1923. 6 reels. Based on the story
    "Jewel" by Clara Louise Burnham.

    Credits: Adapted and directed by Lois Weber.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 9Aug23; LP19309.

  CHARACTER STUDIES. SEE Montague Love in Character Studies.

  THE CHARACTER WOMAN. © 1914. 2 reels.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc.; title, descr. & 27 prints, 31Jul14; LU3113.

  CHARADES. 1924. 1 reel each. © Bray Screen Products, Inc.

    1. © 1Jun24; MP2695.

    2. © 1Jun24; MP2685.

    3. © 1Jun24; MP2686.

    4. © 1Jun24; MP2687.

  CHARGE IT TO ME. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, R. William Neill; story, L. V. Jefferson.

    © American Film Co., Inc. (L. V. Jefferson, author); 18Apr19;
    LP13623.

  THE CHARGE OF THE GAUCHOS. Ajuria Productions. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Albert Kelly; original story, Julian Ajuria.

    © F. B. O. Productions, Inc.; 16Sep28; LP25691.

  THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE. 1912. 1,025 ft.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 26Sep12; LP4.

  THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE. 1936. 115 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; original story, Michel Jacoby;
    screenplay, Michel Jacoby, Rowland Leigh; film editor, George Amy;
    music director, Leo F. Forbstein.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. & The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Nov36; LP6687.

  CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE. SEE Jaws of Hell.

  CHARIS. 1929. Filmslides. © Charis Corset Corporation (John L. Butler
    Advertising Agency, author).

    1. Recruiting. © 23Feb29; MP105.

    2. Confidence. © 23Feb29; MP106.

    3. Training the Garment. © 23Feb29; MP107.

    4A. Selling. © 23Feb29; MP108.

    4B. Selling. © 23Feb29; MP109.

    5. Measuring and Fitting. © 23Feb29; MP110.

  CHARIS SERVICE. 1931. Filmstrip, 44 frames.

    © Charis Corp. (John M. Butler Adv. Agcy., author); 10Feb31; MP2371.

  A CHARITABLE MASK. © 1914.

    © Ambrosio American Co. (A. Ambrosio, author); title, descr. & 28
    prints, 25Apr14; LU2575.

  CHARITY. © 1916.

    © Frank Powell Productions, Inc. (Linda A. Griffith, author); title
    & descr., 5Aug16; 195 prints, 11Aug16; LU8928.

  CHARITY ANN. London Film Co., England. © 1915.

    © Paul H. Cromelin (Chappell Dossett, author); title, descr. & 25
    prints, 17Dec15; LU7228.

  THE CHARITY BALL. 1914.

    © Klaw & Erlanger (Protective Amusement Co., author); 11Jun14;
    LP3037.

  THE CHARLATAN. Jewel. 1929. 7 reels. Based on the play by Ernest
    Pascal and George Praskins.

    Credits: Director, George Melford.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 29Mar29; LP259.

  CHARLES AHEARN AND HIS MILLIONAIRES. 1935. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Feb35; LP5318.

  CHARLES C. PETERSON, BILLIARD CHAMPION OF FANCY SHOTS. 1929. 1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Aug29; MP589.

  CHARLES CHAPLIN IN A LIBERTY LOAN APPEAL. 1918. 1 reel.

    © Charles Chaplin; 4Oct18; LP12955.

  CHARLES (CHIC) SALE IN THEY'RE COMING TO GET ME. 1928. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Marcel G. Silver; story, Charles Sale.

    © Fox Case Corp.; 2Jan28; MP4682.

  CHARLES GOODYEAR. SEE Fools Who Made History.

  CHARLES HACKETT IN FAUST, ASSISTED BY CHASE BAROMEO. 1929. 2 reels,
    sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Dec29; MP942.

  CHARLES HACKETT OF THE CHICAGO OPERA CO. SINGS QUESTA Ó QUELLA AND LA
    DONNA É MOBILE FROM RIGOLETTO. 1927. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Mar27; MP3824.

  CHARLES HACKETT OFFERS A. WHO IS SYLVIA [AND] B. A SERENADE BY FRANZ
    SCHUBERT. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jul28; MP5140.

  CHARLES HACKETT [SINGING] A. THE CALL OF THE NILE, B. CHANSON INDORE.
    1927. 1 reel.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 11Jul27; MP4158.

  CHARLES HACKETT SINGING IL MIO TESORO INSTANTO [AND] O PARADISO. 1929.
    1 reel.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Nov29; MP881.

  CHARLES HACKETT, TENOR OF THE CHICAGO CIVIC OPERA COMPANY. 1929. 1
    reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Oct29; MP747.

  CHARLES IRWIN, THE DEBONAIR HUMORIST [IN] ANNIE LAURIE, AN ANALYTIC
    DISSERTATION. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jul28; MP5142.

  CHARLES LEONARD FLETCHER'S SCREEN MONOLOGUE. © 1919. 300 ft.

    © Charles Leonard Fletcher; title & descr., 13May19; 23 prints,
    25Apr19; MU1332.

  CHARLES ROGERS IN THE ICE MAN. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Charles Rogers; director, Murray Roth.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 19May28; MP5019.

  CHARLES ROGERS IN THE MOVIE MAN. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Charles Rogers; director, Archie Mayo.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 2Jun28; MP5053.

  CHARLES RUGGLES AND COMPANY IN WIVES, ETC. 1928. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Roy Briant; director, Bryan Foy.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 30Jun28; MP5132.

  THE CHARLESTON IN SIX LESSONS. 1926. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, J. S. Bachmann; director, Joseph Schleiff;
    scenario, Morrie Ryskind.

    © J. S. Grauman, Inc.; 2Mar26; MP3351.

  THE CHARLESTON QUEEN. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 19
    prints, 17Sep26; MU3551.

  CHARLEY AND THE BOOTLEGGER. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 26Apr20; MP1619.

  CHARLEY LOST HIS PANTS. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 26Apr20; MP1621.

  CHARLEY MY BOY. © 1926.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 39
    prints, 23Jan26; LU22308.

  CHARLEY SEES A STAR. 1920. 1 reel.

    © John Franklin Meyer; 26Apr20; MP1620.

  CHARLEY'S AUNT. Presented by Al and Charles Christie in conjunction
    with Ideal Films, Ltd. Released by Producers Distributing Corp.
    1925. 8 reels. From the comedy by Brandon Thomas.

    Credits: Director, Scott Sidney; scenario, F. McGrew Willis; titles,
    Joseph Farnham.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 2Feb25; LP21264.

  CHARLEY'S AUNT. 1930. 9 reels, sd. From the play by Brandon Thomas.

    Credits: Producers, Al Christie, Charles Christie; director, Al
    Christie; screen adaptation, F. McGrew Willis.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Dec30; LP1848.

  CHARLIE CHAN AT MONTE CARLO. 1938. 6,465 ft., sd. Based on characters
    created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Forde; original story, Robert Ellis, Helen
    Logan; screenplay, Charles Belden, Jerry Cady; music director,
    Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Jan38; LP8366.

  CHARLIE CHAN AT THE CIRCUS. 1936. 6,500 ft., sd. Based on the
    character Charlie Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lachman; original screenplay, Robert Ellis,
    Helen Logan; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Mar36; LP6492.

  CHARLIE CHAN AT THE OLYMPICS. 1937. 6,400 ft., sd. Based on the
    character Charlie Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, H. Bruce Humberstone; original story, Paul
    Burger; screenplay, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan; music director,
    Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21May37; LP7170.

  CHARLIE CHAN AT THE OPERA. 1936. 6,175 ft., sd. Based on the character
    Charlie Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, H. Bruce Humberstone; story, Bess Meredyth;
    screenplay, Scott Darling, Charles S. Belden; music director, Samuel
    Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Dec36; LP7256. (See also
    Charlie Chan at the Opera; 8Jan37; LP7043)

  CHARLIE CHAN AT THE OPERA. 1937. 7 reels, sd. Based on the character
    created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, H. Bruce Humberstone; story, Bess Meredyth;
    screenplay, Scott Darling, Charles S. Belden; music director, Samuel
    Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8Jan37; LP7043. (See also
    Charlie Chan at the Opera; 5Dec36; LP7256.)

  CHARLIE CHAN AT THE RACE TRACK. 1936. 6,300 ft., sd. Based on the
    character Charlie Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, H. Bruce Humberstone; story, Lou Breslow, Saul
    Elkins; screenplay, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan, Edward T. Lowe.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Aug36; LP6667.

  CHARLIE CHAN AT TREASURE ISLAND. 1939. 6,633 ft., sd. Based on the
    character created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Norman Foster; original story and screenplay,
    John Larkin; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8Sep39; LP9300.

  CHARLIE CHAN CARRIES ON. 1931. 6,200 ft., sd. From the novel by Earl
    Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Hamilton MacFadden; screenplay and dialogue,
    Philip Klein, Barry Conners; editor, Al De Gaetano.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 11Feb31; LP2031.

  CHARLIE CHAN IN EGYPT. 1935. 6,600 ft. Based on the character Charlie
    Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; original screenplay, Robert Ellis,
    Helen Logan; music, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 21Jun35; LP5882.

  CHARLIE CHAN IN HONOLULU. 1939. 6,074 ft., sd. Based on the character
    Charlie Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, H. Bruce Humberstone; screenplay, Charles Belden.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Jan39; LP8722.

  CHARLIE CHAN IN LONDON. 1934. 8 reels. Based on the character Charlie
    Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Producer, John Stone; director, Eugene Forde; original
    screenplay, Philip MacDonald; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 14Sep34; LP4951.

  CHARLIE CHAN IN PARIS. 1935. 6,413 ft., sd. Based on the character
    Charlie Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; story, Philip MacDonald;
    screenplay, Edward T. Lowe; Stuart Anthony; music director, Samuel
    Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 25Jan35; LP5275.

  CHARLIE CHAN IN RENO. 1939. 6,379 ft., sd. Based on the story "Death
    Makes a Decree" by Philip Wylie.

    Credits: Director, Norman Foster; screenplay, Frances Hyland, Albert
    Ray, Robert E. Kent; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16Jun39; LP9000.

  CHARLIE CHAN IN SHANGHAI. Presented by Fox Film Corp. 1935. 6,300 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; original story and screenplay,
    Edward T. Lowe, Gerard Fairlie; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Oct35; LP6053.

  CHARLIE CHAN ON BROADWAY. 1937. 6,125 ft., sd. Based on the character
    Charlie Chan created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Forde; original story, Art Arthur, Robert
    Ellis, Helen Logan; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Oct37; LP7817.

  CHARLIE CHAN'S CHANCE. 1931. 6,400 ft., sd. From a novel by Earl Derr
    Biggers.

    Credits: Director, John Blystone; screenplay, Barry Conners, Philip
    Klein; editor, Alex Troffey.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 29Dec31; LP2752.

  CHARLIE CHAN'S COURAGE. 1934. 6,589 ft., sd. Based on the novel "The
    Chinese Parrot" by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, George Hadden; screenplay, Seton I. Miller;
    music, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 6Jul34; LP4813.

  CHARLIE CHAN'S GREATEST CASE. 1933. 6,200 ft., sd. From the novel "The
    House Without a Key" by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Hamilton MacFadden; screenplay, Lester Cole,
    Marion Orth; editor, Alex Troffey.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 29Aug33; LP4105.

  CHARLIE CHAN'S SECRET. Presented by Fox Film Corp. 1936. 6,500 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Wiles; original story, Robert Ellis, Helen
    Logan; screenplay, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan in collaboration with
    Joseph Hoffman; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Jan36; LP6049.

  CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S BURLESQUE ON CARMEN. 1916. 4 reels.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 3Apr16; LP8013.

  CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S BURLESQUE ON CARMEN. SEE Chip's Carmen.

  CHARLIE CUCKOO. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) 1939. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Elmer Perkins; story, Elviry Perkins.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 20Apr39; MP9326.

  CHARLIE GETS A JOB. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Jesse Robbins.

    © Century Comedies; 20Dec19; LP14559.

  CHARLIE IN TURKEY. 1919. 1 reel.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Jan19; MP1284.

  CHARLIE MELSON'S SCREEN TEST. 1931. 1 reel.

    Credits: Charles Melson.

    © Charles Melson; 1Apr31; LP2198.

  CHARLIE THE HERO. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, A. Goulding.

    © L-Ko Motion Picture Kompany, Inc.; 10Aug19; LP14056.

  CHARLIE THE LITTLE DAREDEVIL. 1918. 2 reels.

    © L-KO Motion Picture Kompany; 31Dec18; LP13240.

  CHARLIE TREATS 'EM ROUGH. Nestor. 1919. 1 reel.

    Credits: Pat Sullivan.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 24Mar19; MP1305.

  CHARM BRACELET. (A Phantasy Cartoon) Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1939. 558 ft., sd.

    Credits: Story, Harry Love; animation, Allen Rose; music, Joe De
    Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 4Sep39; LP9142.

  THE CHARM OF NASONI. © 1918.

    © Clifford Horne (Madam Doroldina, author); title, descr. & 158
    prints, 7Oct18; LU12939.

  THE CHARM SCHOOL. 1920. 5 reels. From the Saturday Evening Post story
    by Alice Duer Miller.

    Credits: Director, James Cruze.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 8Dec20; LP15902.

  THE CHARMED ARROW. © 1914.

    © Selig Polyscope Co. (G. B. Winsatt, author); title, descr. & 46
    prints, 22Jan14; LU1995.

  A CHARMED LIFE. 1922. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Vincent McDermott.

    © The Vitagraph Co. of America; 26Jan22; LP17815.

  THE CHARMER. 1917. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Conway; story, J. Grubb Alexander, Fred
    Myton.

    © Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.; 9Aug17; LP11226.

  THE CHARMER. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky.
    1925. 5,988 ft. From the novel "Mariposa" by Henry Baerlein.

    Credits: Producer, Sidney Olcott; screenplay, Sada Cowan.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 17Apr25; LP21367.

  THE CHARMING DECEIVER. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, George L. Sargent; story, Mrs. Owen Bronson.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America; 25Mar21; LP16315.

  THE CHARMING MRS. CHASE. (After Thirty, no. 1) © 1920.

    Credits: Julien Street; adaptation, Mrs. Sidney Drew.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Mrs. Sidney Drew, author); title, descr. &
    40 prints, 24Feb20; LU14774.

  CHARMING SINNERS. 1929. 8 reels, si. & 6,184 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert Milton; story, W. Somerset Maugham;
    adaptation and screenplay, Doris Anderson; film editor, Verna
    Willis.

    © Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.; 17Aug29; LP614.

  A CHARMING VILLAIN. Victor. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Harry Wulze; producer, John Steppling.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 22Sep16; LP9171.

  A CHASE ACROSS THE CONTINENT. 1912. 1 reel.

    © Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 8Nov12; LP106.

  CHASE ME. 1920. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Roy Del Ruth.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp.; author); 26Sep20; LP15623.

  CHASE ME CHARLIE. Released through George Kleine System. 1918. 5
    reels. British version of the Essanay Chaplin comedies.

    © Essanay Film Mfg. Co.; 29Mar18; LP12282.

  CHASE YOURSELF. (Jimmie Adams Comedies) Educational. 1926. 2 reels.

    Credits: Frank Roland Conklin; director, William Watson.

    © Christie Film Co., Inc.; 8Jul26; LP22888.

  CHASED INTO LOVE. 1917. For Fox Film Corp. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Parrott.

    © William Fox (Charles Parrott, author); 4Feb17; LP10114.

  THE CHASER. 1928. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Harry Langdon; story, Arthur Ripley; scenario,
    Clarence Hennecke, Robert Eddy, Harry McCoy.

    © First National Pictures, Inc.; 23Jan28; LP24902.

  THE CHASER. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1938. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Davis; director, Edwin L. Marin; original
    story, Chandler Sprague, Howard Emmett Rogers; screenplay, Everett
    Freeman, Harry Ruskin, Bella and Samuel Spewack; film editor, George
    Boemler.

    © Loew's, Inc.; 26Jul38; LP8165.

  THE CHASES OF PIMPLE STREET. (Hal Roach Comedy) (Charley Chase Comedy)
    1935. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Charles Parrott; film editor, William Terhune.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 5Jan35; LP5246.

  CHASING A MILLION; or, ROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY WAYS. © 1914.

    © Eclair Film Co., Inc. (Société Française des Films et Ciné Éclair,
    author); title & 34 prints, 4Jun14; descr. 23May14; LU2811.

  CHASING AROUND. 1931. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Phil Goldstone.

    © Tiffany Productions, Inc.; 24Mar31; LP2076.

  CHASING DANGER. 1939. 5,520 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Ricardo Cortez; original story, Leonardo
    Bercovici; screenplay, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan; music director,
    Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5May39; LP9102.

  CHASING HER FUTURE. 1919. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Fred Fishback.

    © Century Comedies; 26Sep19; LP14223.

  CHASING HUSBANDS. 1928. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Supervision and story, Leo McCarey; director, James
    Parrott; film editor, Richard Currier.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 6Dec28; LP22.

  CHASING RAINBOWS. 1919. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Beal; story, Karl Edwin Harriman; scenario,
    Ruth Ann Baldwin.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 26Oct19; LP14350.

  CHASING RAINBOWS. © 1927.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Paul Terry, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 13Jan27; MU3729.

  CHASING RAINBOWS. 1930. 11 reels, sd., b&w, color sequences.

    Credits: Director, Charles F. Riesner; story and continuity, Bess
    Meredyth; adaptation, Wells Root; dialogue, Charles F. Riesner,
    Robert Hopkins, Kenyon Nicholson, Al Boasberg; film editor, George
    Hively; music and lyrics, Milton Ager, Jack Yellen; director of
    orchestra, Arthur Langs.

    © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corp.; 6Jan30; LP975.

  CHASING THE CHAMPIONS. (Adventures of the Newsreel Cameraman) 1934. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 18May34; MP5418.

  CHASING THE CHASER. © 1925.

    © Pathe Exchange, Inc. (Hal E. Roach, author); title, descr. & 20
    prints, 6Jul25; MU3084.

  CHASING THE LIMITED. Bison. 1915. 2 reels.

    Credits: Julius Grinnel Furthmann; producer, Henry McRae.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Aug15; LP6034.

  CHASING THE MOON. 1922. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Edward Sedgwick; story, Tom Mix, Edward Sedgwick;
    editor, Ralph Spence.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 26Feb22; LP17636.

  CHASING THROUGH EUROPE. Presented by William Fox. 1929. 6 reels, si. &
    sd.

    Credits: Directors, David Butler, Alfred L. Werker; story, Andrew
    Bennison.

    © Fox Film Corp.; 21Aug29; LP625.

  CHASING TROUBLE. (Blue Streak Western) 1926. 5 reels.

    Credits: Director, Milburn Morante; story and scenario, Frank
    Beresford.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 25Mar26; LP22539.

  CHASING TROUBLE. (Checker Comedies) 1931. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Lalley; story and direction, Fred Guiol;
    film editor, John Link; music director, Francis Gromon.

    © RKO Pathe Distributing Corp.; 26Apr31; LP2182.

  CHASING WEALTH. 1923. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, William Watson; story, Richard Smith.

    © Universal Pictures Corp.; 10Dec23; LP19694.

  CHASING YESTERDAY. Presented by Radio Pictures. 1935. 9 reels, sd.
    From the novel "The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard" by Anatole France.

    Credits: Associate producer, Cliff Reid; director, George Nicholls,
    Jr.; screenplay, Francis Edwards Faragoh; editor, Arthur Schmidt;
    music director, Alberto Colombo.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 3May35; LP5557.

  CHASMS. SEE Souls Adrift.

  THE CHASTENING. SEE Humility, a Cardinal Virtue.

  CHASTITY. First National. Presented by B. P. Schulberg. 1923. 6 reels.

    Credits: Ernest Pascal; director, Victor Schertzinger.

    © Preferred Pictures, Inc; 20Dec23; LP19737.

  THE CHATTEL. 1916. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Frederick A. Thomson.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (Paul West, author); 20Sep16; LP9163.

  CHATTERBOX. 1936. 7 reels, sd. From the play by David Carb.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert Sisk; director, George Nicholls,
    Jr.; screenplay, Sam Mintz; editor, Arthur Schmidt; music director,
    Alberto Colombo.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Jan36; LP6112.

  THE CHATTERBOX. SEE

    Alias French Gertie.

    Smooth as Satin.

  THE CHAUFFEUR. © 1919.

    Credits: Written and directed by Charles Parrott.

    © Bulls Eye Film Corp.; title & descr., 27Feb19; 238 prints,
    28Feb19; LU13448.

  THE CHAUFFEUR. 1921. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jack Blystone.

    © William Fox (Fox Film Corp., author); 25Dec21; LP17482.

  CHAZ CHASE, THE UNIQUE COMEDIAN. 1928. 1 reel, sd.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Oct28; MP5444.

  CHEAP KISSES. Released by F. B. O. 1924. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, John Ince; story and scenario, C. Gardner
    Sullivan.

    © C. Gardner Sullivan; 8Nov24; LP20743.

  CHEAP SKATES. (Mermaid Comedies) 1925. 2 reels.

    Credits: Written and directed by Norman Taurog.

    © Educational Film Exchanges, Inc.; 29Dec25; LP22196.

  CHEAP TRANSPORTATION. 1914. 600 ft.

    © Lubin Mfg. Co. (Frank C. Griffin, author); 6Nov14; LP3686.

  A CHEAP VACATION. 1916. 1 reel.

    Credits: Written and produced by P. D. Hugon.

    © Vitagraph Co. of America (P. D. Hugon, author); 17Jul16; LP8722.

  CHEAPER TO MARRY. Presented by Louis B. Mayer. 1925. 7 reels. From the
    play by Samuel Shipman.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Z. Leonard; assistant director, Dave Todd;
    scenario, Alice D. G. Miller; adaptation, Frederick and Fanny
    Hatton.

    © Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp.; 9Feb25; LP21122.

  CHEAPER TO RENT. 1931. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Howard Bretherton; staged by Max E. Hayes.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 17Sep31; LP2487.

  THE CHEAT. © 1915.

    Credits: Producer, Cecil B. De Mille.

    © Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., Inc. (Hector Turnbull, author);
    title, descr. & 16 prints, 8Dec15; LU7164.

  THE CHEAT. Paramount. Presented by Adolph Zukor. 1923. 8 reels. A
    rewritten and modernized version of the story previously produced by
    Cecil B. De Mille.

    Credits: Producer and director. George Fitzmaurice; story, Hector
    Turnbull; adaptation, Ouida Bergere.

    © Famous Players-Lasky Corp.; 15Aug23; LP19324.

  THE CHEAT. 1931. 7 reels, sd. Based on the story by Hector Turnbull.

    Credits: Director, George Abbott; screenplay, Harry Hervey.

    © Paramount Publix Corp.; 25Nov31; LP2675.

  CHEATED HEARTS. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Hobart Henley; story, William F. Payson;
    scenario, Wallace Clifton.

    © Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.; 6Dec21; LP17325.

  CHEATED LOVE. 1921. 5 reels.

    Credits: Producer, King Baggot; story and scenario by Lucien
    Hubbard, Doris Schroeder.

    © Universal