List of Films Preserved by the


With Funding from The Packard Humanities Institute

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

The Stanford Theatre Foundation

Funded by The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

An American Tragedy (Josef von Sternberg, 1931); with Phillips Holmes, Sylvia Sidney

Around the World via Graf Zeppelin (M-G-M/Hearst, 1929); documentary feature

Behind the Scenes in Hollywood (ca. 1924) *

The Bright Shawl (John S. Robertson, 1923); with Richard Barthelmess, Dorothy Gish

Can’t Help Singing (Frank Ryan, 1944); with Deanna Durbin, Robert Paige

De-Light: Making an Electric Light Bulb (1920) *

Design for Living (Ernst Lubitsch, 1933); with Fredric March, Gary Cooper

Dixiana (Luther Reed, 1930); with Bebe Daniels, Wheeler & Woolsey, Bill Robinson

Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder, 1944); with Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck

Feet First (Clyde Bruckman, 1930); with Harold Lloyd, Barbara Kent

Follow Thru (Laurence Schwab, Lloyd Corrigan, 1930); with Buddy Rogers, Nancy Carroll

For Whom the Bell Tolls (Sam Wood, 1943); with Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman

A Foreign Affair (Billy Wilder, 1948); with Jean Arthur, Marlene Dietrich, John Lund

The Freshman (Sam Taylor and Fred Newmeyer, 1925); with Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston

Get Out and Get Under (Hal Roach, 1920); with Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis *

Girl Shy (Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor, 1924); with Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston

Grandma’s Boy (Fred Newmeyer, 1922); with Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis

Hell’s Angels (Howard Hughes, 1930); with Ben Lyon, Jean Harlow

High, Wide and Handsome (Robuen Mamoulian, 1937); with Irene Dunne, Randolph Scott

Hot Water (Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor, 1924); with Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston

If I Were King (Frank Lloyd, 1938); with Ronald Colman, Frances Dee

Indoor Sports (1921); three from the series of animated shorts *

I’ve Always Loved You (Frank Borzage, 1946); with Philip Dorn, Catherine McLeod

Joan of Arc (Victor Fleming, 1948); with Ingrid Bergman, Jose Ferrer

Joys and Glooms (1921); animated short *

The Love Parade (Ernst Lubitsch, 1929); with Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald

The Major and the Minor (Billy Wilder, 1942); with Ginger Rogers, Ray Milland

Marian Anderson’s 1939 Easter Sunday Lincoln Memorial Concert (M-G-M/Hearst, 1939)

Meet John Doe (Frank Capra, 1941); with Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck

My Man Godfrey (Gregory LaCava, 1936); with Carole Lombard, William Powell

The Moon’s Our Home (William A. Seiter, 1936); with Henry Fonda, Margaret Sullavan

Movie Crazy (Clyde Bruckman, 1932); with Harold Lloyd, Constance Cummings

Never Weaken (Fred C. Newmeyer, 1921); with Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis

One Hour With You (Ernst Lubitsch, 1932); with Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald

Paramount on Parade (various directors, 1930); revue film with all-star cast

Popular Science (selected issues) *

The Quiet Man (John Ford, 1952); with John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara

Remember the Night (Mitchell Leisen, 1940); with Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray

The Royal Family of Broadway (George Cukor, Cyril Gardner, 1930); with Fredric March

Safety Last (Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor, 1923); with Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis

The Scarlet Empress (Josef von Sternberg, 1934); with Marlene Dietrich, John Lodge

The Scoundrel (Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur, 1935); with Noel Coward, Julie Haydon

Senator McAdoo Speaks on the Assassinations in Europe (1934) *

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (John Ford, 1949); with John Wayne, Joanne Dru

The Sign of the Cross (Cecil B. DeMille, 1932); with Fredric March, Claudette Colbert

Song of the Open Road (S. Sylvan Simon, 1944); with Jane Powell, Bonita Granville

Speedy (Ted Wilde, 1928); with Harold Lloyd, Ann Christie

A Star Is Born (William A. Wellman, 1937); with Fredric March, Janet Gaynor

This is the Army (Michael Curtiz, 1943); with George Murphy, Joan Leslie, Ronald Reagan

This Is the Night (Frank Tuttle, 1932); with Cary Grant, Lily Damita, Thelma Todd

Thunderbolt (Josef von Sternberg, 1929); with George Bancroft, Fay Wray, Richard Arlen

To Each His Own (Mitchell Leisen, 1946); with Olivia de Havilland, John Lund

True Confession (Wesley Ruggles, 1937); with Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray

Viennese Nights (Alan Crosland, 1930); with Vivienne Segal, Alexander Gray

The Virginian (Victor Fleming, 1929); with Gary Cooper, Walter Huston, Mary Brian

The War in the Balkans: Cross and Cresent (1913) *

Welcome Danger (Clyde Bruckman, 1929); with Harold Lloyd, Barbara Kent

The Wild Party (Dorothy Arzner, 1929); with Clara Bow, Fredric March

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The Adventures of Tarzan, Chapter 3 (1928 edited reissue version of 1921 serial) *

Alice’s Tin Pony (Walt Disney, 1925); with Margie Gay *

Among Those Present (Fred C. Newmeyer, 1921); with Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis *

Assistant Wives (James Parrott, 1927); with Charley Chase, Edna Marion *

Barcarolle (1934) *

The Boy Friend (Fred Guiol, 1928); with Max Davidson *

The Bridge: the True Story of a Troubled Child (Louis Clyde Stoumen, 1958) *

Bumping Into Broadway (Hal Roach, 1919); with Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels *

Butterfly (Clarence Brown, 1924); with Laura La Plante, Ruth Clifford, Kenneth Harlan

Charley My Boy! (Leo McCarey, 1926); with Charley Chase *

Cinema Stars, No. 16 (1925) *

The Fast Worker (William A. Seiter, 1924); with Reginald Denny, Laura La Plante

The Film Parade (J. Stuart Blackton, 1933)

For Alimony Only (William C. de Mille, 1926); with Leatrice Joy, Clive Brook

Grumpy (George Cukor, Cyril Gardner, 1930); with Cyril Maude, Phillips Holmes

Helpmates (James Parrott, 1932); with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy *

Her Great Mistake (Henry MacRae, 1917) *

The Home Maker (King Baggot, 1925); with Alice Joyce, Clive Brook

The Hoodlum (Max Nosseck, 1951); with Lawrence Tierney

I’ll Show You the Town (Harry A. Pollard, 1925); with Reginald Denny, Marian Nixon

In the Land of the Head Hunters (Edward S. Curtis, 1914)

Joy Tonic (Charles Lamont, 1929); with Big Boy, Lorraine Rivera *

Just a Good Guy (Hampton Del Ruth, 1924); with Arthur Stone, Katherine Grant *

K the Unknown (Harry A. Pollard, 1924); Virginia Valli, Percy Marmont, Margarita Fischer

Kiki (trailer) (Clarence Brown, 1926); Norma Talmadge, Ronald Colman *

Life With Father (Michael Curtiz, 1947); with Irene Dunne, William Powell

The Lost World (trailer) (1925) *

Married in Hollywood (Marcel Silver, 1929); color sequence with J. Harold Murray (fragment)

The Man I Killed (Ernst Lubitsch, 1932); with Lionel Barrymore, Nancy Carroll

Moonland (Neil McGuire, William A. O’Connor, ca. 1928); with Mickey McBan *

Morocco (Josef von Sternberg, 1930); with Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich

Movie Lovers Contest, No. 2 (1926) *

Movie Night (Lewis R. Foster, 1929); with Charlie Chase *

Not Exactly Gentlemen [Three Rogues] (Benjamin Stoloff, 1931); with Victor McLaglen, Fay Wray

Oil: A Symphony in Motion (M.G. MacPherson, 1933) *

The Plastic Age (Wesley Ruggles, 1925); with Clara Bow, Donald Keith

Poisoned Paradise (Louis J. Gasnier, 1924); with Kenneth Harlan, Clara Bow, Raymond Griffith

The Prowler (Joseph Losey, 1951); with Van Heflin, Evelyn Keyes

The Red Kimona (Walter Lang, 1925); with Priscilla Bonner, Nellie Bly Baker

The Return of Company D (1911); *

Road to Utopia (Hal Walker, 1945); with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour

Romola (Henry King, 1924); with Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Ronald Colman

The Salvation Hunters (Josef von Sternberg, 1925); with George K. Arthur, Georgia Hale

Second Chorus (H.C. Potter, 1940); with Fred Astaire, Paulette Goddard

Sensation Seekers (Lois Weber, 1927); with Billie Dove, Huntley Gordon

Sensation Seekers (trailer) (Lois Weber, 1927); with Billie Dove, Huntley Gordon *

Sharp Shooters (John G. Blystone); with George O’Brien, Lois Moran, Noah Young

She Wanted a Millionaire (John G. Blystone, 1932); with Joan Bennett, Spencer Tracy

Sing With the Street Singer (1933); with Arthur Tracy *

The Smiling Lieutenant (Ernst Lubitsch, 1931); with Maurice Chevalier, Claudette Colbert

Sweethearts and Wives (Clarence Badger, 1930); with Billie Dove, Clive Brook

Topper (Norman Z. McLeod, 1937); with Cary Grant, Constance Bennett, Roland Young

Under Two Flags (trailer) (1936) *

The Vagabond King (Ludwig Berger, 1930); with Jeanette MacDonald, Dennis King

Wedlock (Louis Clyde Stoumen, 1950) *

Women of All Nations (Raoul Walsh, 1931); with Victor McLaglen, Edmond Lowe, Greta Nissen

The Young Rajah (trailer) (1922) *

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Across the Hall (1916); with Ford Sterling *

The Adventures of Tarzan, Chapter 11 [serial fragment] (1921); with Elmo Lincoln *

Anders als die Andern [Russian version] (Richard Oswald, 1919); with Conrad Veidt

Argonauts of California—1849 (Henry Kabierske, 1916); with Grant Churchill

Babes and Boobs (1918); with Larry Semon. *

Babes in Toyland (trailer) (1934) *

Bachelor’s Affairs (Alfred L. Werker, 1932); with Adolphe Menjou, Minna Gombell

Bar Babble (1942); with Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra *

The Battle of Russia (Frank Capra and Anatole Litvak, 1943); with Anthony Veiller

The Big Broadcast (Frank Tuttle, 1932); with Stuart Erwin, Bing Crosby, Gracie Allen

Big Red Riding Hood (Leo McCarey, 1925); with Charley Chase *

The Big Shakedown (John Francis Dillon, 1934); with Charles Farrell, Bette Davis

Bored of Education (1936) *

Bosom Friends (1934) *

Bringing Up Father (outtakes) (ca. 1916) *

Broncho Billy’s Wild Ride (1914); with Gilbert M. “Broncho Billy” Anderson *

Brownie’s Little Venus (Fred Hibbard, 1921); with Baby Peggy, Brownie the Dog *

Bunny as a Reporter (1913); with John Bunny, Flora Finch *

Busy Bodies (1933); with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy *

Busy Little Bears (1939) *

Call to Arms (1945); with Cynda Glenn *

Cappy Ricks [fragment] (1921) *

The Chalice of Sorrow (Rex Ingram, 1916); with Cleo Madison, Blanche White

Champion (Mark Robson, 1949); with Kirk Douglas, Marilyn Maxwell

Check and Double Check [“B” version] (Melville Brown, 1930); with F. Gosden and C. Correll

A Chump at Oxford (trailer) (1940) *

Corrine, Corrina (1942); with Spade Cooley and his Western Swing Gang *

Counsellor-at-Law (William Wyler, 1933); with John Barrymore, Bebe Daniels

County Hospital (1932); with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy *

The Crime of Dr. Crespi (John H. Auer, 1935); with Erich von Stroheim, Harriet Russell

The Crusades (Cecil B. DeMille, 1935); with Loretta Young, Henry Wilcoxon, Ian Keith

Dance of the Hours (1934); Technicolor short of abstract imagery set to classical music. *

The Dancing Town (1928); with Helen Hayes *

Daredevil Jack [serial fragment] (1920); with Jack Dempsey *

The Dark Mirror (Robert Siodmak, 1946); with Olivia de Havilland, Lew Ayres

The Darling of New York [fragment] (King Baggot, 1923); with Baby Peggy

De Bot en Bote [Pardon Us] (James Parrott, 1931); Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy

Double Door (Charles Vidor, 1934); with Evelyn Venable, Mary Morris

Drums of Jeopardy (George B. Seitz, 1931); with Warner Oland, June Collyer

Eadweard Muybridge, Zoopraxographer (Thom Anderson, 1975); with Dean Stockwell

An Eastern Westerner (Hal Roach, 1920); with Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis *

Empty Hearts (Alfred Santell, 1924); with Jowhn Bowers, Lillian Rich, Clara Bow

Eve’s Leaves (Paul Sloane, 1926); with Leatrice Joy, William Boyd

Exile Express (Otis Garrett, 1939); with Anna Sten, Alan Marshal, Jerome Cowan

The False Alarm (1923); animated short *

Felix the Cat in Bluderland (1926); animated short *

Felix the Cat Weathers the Weather (1926); animated short *

The Fighting Blade (John S. Robertson, 1923); with Richard Barthelmess, Dorothy MacKaill

First National Family of Stars (ca. 1926) *

The Flower of Doom (Rex Ingram, 1917); with Wedgwood Nowell, Yvette Mitchell

For Heaven’s Sake (Sam Taylor, 1926); with Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston

For Heaven’s Sake [demonstration reel]

The Forgotten Village (Herbert Kline, 1941); with Burgess Meredith

Gamperaliya (Lester James Peries, 1965); with Punya Hiendeniya, Henry Jayasena

Garden of Allah (trailer) *

Get-Rich-Quick Peggy [fragment] (Alfred J. Goulding, 1921); with Baby Peggy

The Girl Who Dared (Howard Bretherton, 1944); with Lorna Gray, Peter Cookson, Grant Withers

God’s Little Acre (Anthony Mann, 1958); with Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray, Tina Louise

The Goose Woman (Clarence Brown, 1925); Louise Dresser, Jack Pickford, Constance Bennett

Gun Crazy (Joseph H. Lewis, 1950); with Peggy Cummings, John Dall, Russ Tamblyn

Hands (1943); produced by the Army Pictorial Service Signal Corps. *

Heart of the Rio Grande (William Morgan, 1942); with Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Fay McKenzie

High Tide (John Reinhardt, 1947); with Lee Tracy, Don Castle, Julie Bishop

Hilo Hattie (1941); Princess Aloha with Andy Iona and his Orchestra *

His Fatal Mistake (ca. 1925) *

Hot in the Groove (1942); with Erskine Hawkins and his Jiving Sepia Scorchers *

Hymn to the Sun (1935); Technicolor short of American vistas set to classical music *

I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good (1942); with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra *

In a Mountain Pass (1935); Technicolor short featuring mountain vistas set to classical music *

The Inside Story (Allan Dwan, 1948); with Marsha Hunt, William Lundigan

International House (Edward Sutherland, 1933); with W.C. Fields, Stuart Erwin

Jammin’ the Blues (1944); with Lester Young, George Calender, Harry Edison *

A Jazzed Honeymoon (1919); with Harold Lloyd, Snub Pollard, Bebe Daniels *

Jiggs and the Social Lion (1920); with Johnny Ray, Margaret Cullington, Laura La Plante *

Johnny Come Lately (William K. Howard, 1943); with James Cagney, Grace George

Johnny Come Lately (trailer) *

Jungle Jig (1941); with Dorothy Dandridge and Cee Pee Johnson *

Just a Good Guy (1924); with Arthur Stone, Fay Wray *

The Kid Brother (J.A. Howe, Ted Wilde, 1927); with Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (Gordon Douglas, 1950); with James Cagney, Barbara Payton

Lands of Gold (ca. 1926); documentary short *

The Last Frontier (trailer) (1926) *

The Law Forbids [fragment] (Jess Robbins, 1924); with Baby Peggy, Elinor Fair

Li’l Liza Jane (1943); with Emerson’s Mountaineers *

Lightnin’ Wins (1926); with Gary Cooper *

Little Red Riding Hood [fragment] (Alfred J. Goulding, 1922); with Baby Peggy

Long Pants (Fred Guiol, 1926); Glenn Tryon, Vivien Oakland, Cissy Fitzgerald *

Love Me Tonight (Rouben Mamoulian, 1932); with Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald

The Man on the Eiffel Tower (Burgess Meredith, 1950); with Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone

A Manly Man (Thomas H. Ince, 1911) with Mary Pickford, William Shay, Owen Moore *

Men in War (Anthony Mann, 1957); with Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray, Robert Keith

The Milky Way (Leo McCarey, 1936); with Harold Lloyd, Adolphe Menjou

Moscow Moods (1936); with Yasha Bunchuk *

Movie Lovers Contest Nos. 1, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12 (1926) *

My Best Girl (Sam Taylor, 1927); with Mary Pickford, Charles “Buddy” Rogers

My Lady’s Lips (James P. Hogan, 1925); with Clara Bow, Alyce Mills, William Powell

Mother of the Ranch (Allan Dwan, 1911). *

Multiple Sidosis (Sid Laverents, 1970). *

Native Land (Leo Hurwitz, 1942); with Paul Robeson (narrator/singer), Fred Johnson

A Night in Casablanca (Archie Mayo, 1946); with the Marx Bros.

Now I’ll Tell (Edwin J. Burke, 1934); with Spencer Tracy, Helen Twelvetrees, Alice Faye

The Old Dark House (1932); trailer. *

Ornette: Made in America (Shirley Clarke, 1985); with Ornette Coleman

Ouanga (George Terwilliger, 1935); with Fredi Washington, Philip Brandon, Marie Paxton

Parisian Love (Louis Gasnier, 1925); with Clara Bow, Donald Keith

Parted (1925) *

Penny Serenade (George Stevens, 1941); with Irene Dunne, Cary Grant

Pot O’ Gold (George Marshall, 1941); with James Stewart, Paulette Goddard

Pot O’ Gold [demonstration reel] *

Prisoner of Love (1946); with Billy Eckstine and his Orchestra *

The Prisoner of Zenda (John Cromwell, 1937); with Ronald Colman, Madeleine Carroll

Private Property (Leslie Stevens, 1960); with Corey Allen, Warren Oates, Kate Manx

A Railroad Engineer (1912); with John Halliday *

Rainbow Over Texas (Frank McDonald, 1947); with Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Gabby Hayes

Rainbow Over Texas (reissue trailer) *

Rainbow Over Texas [demonstration reel] *

The Ranch Mystery (Albert S. Rogell, 1921)

The Real McCoy (1930); with Charley Chase, Thelma Todd

The Rear Gunner (1943); with Burgess Meredith, Ronald Reagan, Tom Neal *

Redskin (trailer) (1929); with Richard Dix *

Rendezvous with Annie (Allan Dwan, 1946); with Eddie Albert, Fay Marlowe

Repeat Performance (Alfred Werker, 1947); with Louis Hayward, Joan Leslie

Robert Frost: A Lover’s Quarrel with the World (Shirley Clarke, Robert Hughes, 1963)

Rolling Home (trailer) (1926) *

A Sailor-Made Man (Fred Newmeyer, 1921); with Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis

Sammy Orpheus (1912) *

Satan Met a Lady (William Dieterle, 1936); with Bette Davis, Warren William

The Scarlet Letter (Victor Seastrom, 1926); with Lillian Gish, Lars Hanson

The Scarlet Letter (Robert G. Vignola, 1934); with Colleen Moore, Hardie Albright

Scram! (1932); with Laurel and Hardy *

Shin Sen Gumi (Kon Ichikawa, 1937); Japanese animated short *

Shore Acres (trailer) *

Sick Cylinders (1928); animated short *

The Sid Saga, Parts 1-3 (1985-1989); with Sid Laverents

The Sin of Nora Moran (Phil Goldstone, 1933); with Zita Johann, Alan Dinehart

The Silent Flyer (trailer) ( 1926) *

Sioux City Sue (1946); with Deuce Spriggins and his Band with Carolina Cotton *

Sleep My Love (Douglas Sirk, 1948); with Claudette Colbert, Robert Cummings, Don Ameche

The Son’s Return (D.W. Griffith, 1909); with Mary Pickford, Herbert Prior, Anita Hendrie *

Spring Night, Summer Night (J.L. Anderson, 1967); with Larue Hall, Ted Heimerdinger

Spuds (Edward Ludwig, 1927); with Larry Semon.

The Star of the Sideshow (1912) *

Sticks and Stones (1943); with Rita Rio *

Supernatural (Victor Halperin, 1933); with Carole Lombard, Allan Dinehart, Randolph Scott

Sweetie (1923); with Baby Peggy, Jerry Mandy *

Temple Tower (Donal Gallaher, 1930); with Kenneth MacKenna, Marceline Day

That Cold Day in the Park [pre-release version] (Robert Altman, 1969); with Sandy Dennis *

Thirty Day Princess (Marion Gering, 1934); with Sylvia Sydney, Cary Grant, Edward Arnold

The Three Passions (trailer) *

Tillie (1945); with Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five *

Tillie’s Punctured Romance (Mack Sennett, 1914); with Marie Dressler, Mabel Normand, Charles Chaplin

A Tough Winter (Charley Chase, 1923) *

The Turmoil (Hobart Henley, 1924); with George Hackathorne, Eleanor Boardman

Up the Road with Sallie (William Desmond Taylor, 1918); with Constance Talmadge, Norman Kerry

The Wandering Toy (1928); animated short *

Welcome Danger [silent version] (Clyde Bruckman, 1929); with Harold Lloyd, Barbara Kent

What Happened to Jones? (William A. Seiter, 1926); with Reginald Denny, Marian Nixon

White Rhapsody (1945); with Ted Husing (narrator) *

White Zombie (trailers) (1932 & 1970) *

Who Pays? Chapter 4 – The Love Liar (1915); with Henry King, Ruth Roland *

Winning Your Wings (1942); with James Stewart *

The Wise Wife (trailer) (1927) *

With the Greeks in the Firing Line (1913)

The Working Man (John G. Adolfi, 1933); with George Arliss, Bette Davis

Young Oldfield (Leo McCarey, 1924); with Charley Chase.

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Works in Progress

(Most silent films are from The Packard Humanities Institute’s Silent Film Collection.)

The Adventures of Tarzan, Chapters 1, 2, 4-10 (1928). Edited reissue version of 1921 serial.

Alias the Lone Wolf (1927). Dir. Edward Griffith.  With Bert Lytell, Lois Wilson.

All That Money Can Buy (1941); trailer. *

Almost Human (1927). Dir. Frank Urson.  With Vera Reynolds, Kenneth Thompson.

Animated Hair, Nos. 18 and 21 (ca. 1925). Animated shorts. *

Anything Once (1927). With Mabel Normand. *

The Awful Truth (1925). Dir. Paul Powell.  With Agnes Ayres, Warner Baxter.

Bachelor Brides (1926). Dir. William K. Howard.  With Rod La Rocque.

Back to God’s Country (1927). Dir. Irvin Willat.  With Renee Adoree, Robert Frazer.

The Bank (1915). With Charles Chaplin. *

Barn Yarns (1927); animated short. *

The Beautiful Cheat (1926). Dir. Edward Sloman.  With Laura La Plante.

A Blonde for a Night (1928). With Marie Prevost, Franklin Pangborn.

By the Sad Sea Waves (1917). With Harold Lloyd. *

California Straight Ahead (1925). Dir. Harry Pollard. With Reginald Denny.

Capital Punishment (1925). Dir. James P. Hogan. With Clara Bow, Elliott Dexter.

The Climax (1930). Dir. Reynaud Hoffman. With Jean Hersholt.

Combat (1926) Dir. Lynn Reynolds.  With House Peters, Wanda Hawley.

Copy Cat (1941); animated short. *

The Curse of the Cat People (1944); trailer. *

The Cup of Life (1921). Dir. Rowland V. Lee.  With Hobart Bosworth, Madge Bellamy.

A Dangerous Adventure (1922) Serial. *

Detective K-9 (1926). *

The Dome Doctor (1925) With Larry Semon. *

Don Quickshot of the Rio Grande (1923). Dir. George Marshall.  With Jack Hoxie.

Dracula (1932); trailer. *

Everywoman’s Husband (1918). Dir. Gilbert P. Hamilton.  With Gloria Swanson.

The Evil Eye (1920). With Benny Leonard. Serial. *

False Faces (1932). Dir. Lowell Sherman. With L. Sherman, Peggy Shannon.

Felix Crosses the Crooks (1924); animated short. *

Felix Gets Left (1922); animated short. *

Felix the Cat on the Farm (1925); animated short. *

Felix the Cat Spots the Spook (1926); animated short. *

Felix the Cat Uses His Head (1926); animated short. *

Felix Wins and Loses (1925); animated short. *

Fifth Avenue Models (1925). Dir. Svend  Gade. With Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry, Joseph Swickard.

The Flame of the Yukon (1926). Dir. George Melford.  With Seena Owen, Arnold Gray.

The Floorwalker’s Triumph (1913) *

Flying Luck (1927). Dir. Herman C. Raymaker. With Monty Banks, Jean Arthur.

Frankenstein (1931); trailer. *

Free to Love (1925). Dir. Frank O’Connor.  With Clara Bow, Donald Keith.

The Gate Crasher (1928). Dir. William James Craft. With Glenn Tryon.

Getting Gertie’s Garter (1927). Dir. E. Mason Hopper.  With Marie Prevost, Charles Ray.

The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942); trailer. *

Gigolo (1926). Dir. William K. Howard.  With Rod La Rocque, Jobyna Ralston.

The Girl from Everywhere (1927 Sennett). Carole Lombard. *

Girls (1927). With Richard Walling. *

God’s Step Children (1938). Dir. Oscar Micheaux.

Good References (1920). Dir. Roy William Neill. With Constance Talmadge.

The Green Archer [fragment] (1925). With Allene Ray, Walter Miller. Feature version of serial.

Hell’s Highroad (1925). Dir. Rupert Julian.  With Leatrice Joy.

Hello, Mabel (1914). With Mabel Normand. *

Her Big Night [a.k.a. Local Girl Makes Good] (1926). Dir. Melville Brown.  With Laura La Plante.

Her Market Value (1925). Dir. Paul Powell.  With Agnes Ayres, George Irving.

High and Dizzy (1920). With Harold Lloyd. *

Hills of Kentucky (Howard Bretherton, 1927); with Rin-Tin-Tin, Jason Robards (Sr.)

The Home Girl (1928). With Miriam Hopkins. *

Horse Shoes (1927). Dir. Clyde Bruckman. With Monty Banks, Jean Arthur.

Hot Soup (1927). Dir. Mark Sandrich. *

Howdy Duke (1927). With Lupino Lane. *

Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923). Dir. Wallace Worsley. With Lon Chaney, Patsy Ruth Miller, Norman Kerry.

I’ll Sell My Shirt (1953). *

In Your Hat (195?). *

Is Christmas a Bore? (1915). *

It Can Be Done (1929). Dir. Fred Newmeyer.  With Glenn Tryon, Sue Carol.

The Jungle Goddess [fragment] (1922). With Elinor Field. Serial. *

Just Another Blonde (1926). Dir. Alfred Santell.  With Dorothy Mackaill, Jack Mulhall, Louise Brooks.

Just Suppose (1926). Dir. Kenneth Webb.  With Richard Barthelmess, Lois Moran.

Ko-Ko Packs Up (1925); animated short. *

The Kid from Borneo (1933). *

The Last Warning (1929). Dir. Paul Leni.  With Laura La Plante, Montague Love.

The Leopard’s Spots (1925); animated short. *

Lightning Hutch (1926). With Charles Hutchison. Serial.

Lorna Doone (1922). Dir. Maurice Tourneur. With Madge Bellamy, John Bowers.

The Lost Moment (1947). Dir. Martin Gabel. With Robert Cummings, Susan Hayward.

Love at First Flight (1928 Sennett). With Daphne Pollard, Andy Clyde. *

Love My Dog (1927). With Our Gang. *

Madame Mystery (1926 Roach). With Theda Bara. *

Mademoiselle Midnight (1924). Dir. Robert Z. Leonard. With Mae Murray.

Man about Town (1927). With Robert Livingston. *

The Master Mystery (1919). With Harry Houdini. Serial.

The Michigan Kid (1925). Dir. Irwin Willat. With Renée Adorée, Fred Esmelton, Virginia Grey.

The Midnight Sun (1928). Dir. Dimitri Buchowetsky.  With Laura La Plante, Pat O’Malley.

The Mississippi Gambler (1929). Dir. Reginald Barker.  With Agnes Ayres, Warner Baxter.

Moonlight and Noses (1925). With Clyde Cook, Fay Wray. *

The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971). Dir. Howard Alk.

My Lady of Whims (1925). Dir. Dallas M. Fitzgerald. With Clara Bow, Donald Keith.

Nice Girl? (1941). Dir. William A. Seiter. With Deanna Durbin.

Now or Never (1921). With Harold Lloyd. *

Number, Please? (1920). With Harold Lloyd. *

The Nickel Hopper (1926). With Mabel Normand, Oliver Hardy, Boris Karloff. *

Oh, Doctor! (1925). Dir. Harry A. Pollard. With Reginald Denny, Mary Astor.

Oh! Winnie Behave (1926). With Ethelyn Gibson. *

Open Spaces (1926). With Big Boy. *

Orchids and Ermine (1927). Dir. Alfred Santell.  With Colleen Moore, Jack Mulhall.

Pearl of the Army (1916). With Pearl White. Serial. *

Perils of the Jungle (1927). With Eugenia Gilbert, Frank Merrill. Serial.

The Phantom of the Opera (1925). Dir. Rupert Julian. With Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin.

Plunder (1923). Dir. George B. Seitz. Serial with Pearl White. *

The Power of the Press (1928). Dir. Frank Capra.  With Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Jobyna Ralston.

The President’s Mystery (1936). Dir. Phil Rosen. With Henry Wilcoxon, Betty Furness.

Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman (1917). Dir. George Irving. With John Barrymore.

The Range Fighter (192?). With Ken Maynard. Serial. *

Ranson’s Folly (1926). With Richard Barthelmess, Dorothy Mackaill.

Ruth of the Rockies (1920). With Ruth Roland. Serial. *

S. O. S. Tidal Wave (1939). Dir. John H. Auer. With Ralph Byrd.

Scared Stiff (1926). With Clyde Cook. *

Seven Days (1925). Dir. Scott Sidney.  With Lillian Rich, Creighton Hale.

The Seventh Victim (1943); trailer. *

Shanghai Lady (1929). Dir. John S. Robertson.  With Mary Nolan, James Murray.

She Devil [a.k.a. Drums o. Voodoo] (1930). Dir. Arthur Hoerl.

She Devil (1934); trailer *

The Signal Tower (1924). Dir. Clarence Brown.  With Virginia Valli, Wallace Beery.

The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947). Dir. Preston Sturges. With Harold Lloyd.

Skinner’s Dress Suit (1926). Dir. William A. Seiter. With Reginald Denny, Laura La Plante.

Slipping Wives (1927). With Laurel and Hardy. *

The Son of Tarzan (1920). With Kamuela Searle. Serial.

Soul-Fire (1925). Dir. John S. Robertson.  With Richard Barthelmess, Bessie Love.

Sporting Life (1925). Dir. Maurice Tourneur.  With Bert Lytell, Marian Nixon.

Stand and Deliver (1928). Dir. Donald Crisp.

Stella Maris (1925). Dir. Charles Brabin.  With Mary Philbin.

The Storm (1922). Dir. Reginald Barker.  With Matt Moore, House Peters, Virginia Valli.

The Story of a Rodeo Cowboy (1963). Dir. Kent MacKenzie.

Sunken Silver (1925). With Allene Ray, Walter Miller. Serial.

Taming the Giant of the Southwest (ca. 1929). Documentary short. *

The Terror / The Perils of Paris (1925). Dir. Edward Jose.  With Pearl White.

That’s My Daddy (1928). Dir. Fred Newmeyer.  With Reginald Denny, Barbara Kent.

The Third Alarm (1922). Dir. Emory Johnson.  With Ralph Lewis, Johnnie Walker, Virginia Valli.

The Tiger’s Shadow (1928). With Hugh Allan. Serial.

A Tramp’s Strategy (1912). *

The Transcontinental Limited (1926). Dir. Nat Ross.  With Johnnie Walker, Eugenia Gilbert.

Two Time Mama (1927). With Glenn Tryon, Anita Garvin. *

Up in Mabel’s Room (1926). With Marie Prevost, Harrison Ford.

The Vampire Bat (1933). Dir. Frank Strayer. With Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray.

The Wasp Woman (1959). Dir. Roger Corman.

When a Man’s a Man (1924). Dir. Edward F. Cline.  With John Bowers, Marguerite De La Motte.

The Wishing Ring (1914). *

Without Mercy (1925). Dir. George Melford.  With Dorothy Phillips, Rockliffe Fellows.

The White Sheep (1924). Dir. Hal Roach.  With Glen Tryon.

White Tiger (1923). Dir. Tod Browning. With Priscilla Dean, Raymond Griffith, Wallace Berry.

White Zombie (Victor Halperin, 1932); with Bela Lugosi, Madge Bellamy, Joseph Cawthorn

The Whole Town’s Talking (1926). Dir. Edward Laemmle.  With Edward Everett Horton.

Wings over Everest (1934) *

Hearst Metrotone Newsreels

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation and The Packard Humanities Institute have both contributed to the preservation of over 1 million feet of historical newsreel stories from UCLA’s Hearst Metrotone Newsreel Collection. These stories date from the 1920s through the 1960s.

A few of the many special topics that the Archive has focused on include: the Arab-Israeli Conflicts; Aviation; California History; Civil Rights Movement; The Cold War; Mexico; Music, Humor and Human Interest, 1929-1934; The Prelude to War (the 1930s); The 1920s; and end-of-the-year and special interest newsreels.

(*) Denotes short film

List prepared by UCLA March 17, 2015