tt0009563 Romans and Rascals (1918)
The Roman setting provides ample opportunity for a very high concentration of gag titles, many of which are quite witty and many of which are quaint for deriving their humor from the juxtaposition of having ancient Romans use a lot of hip 1918-era slang. The whole thing is an excuse for a good send-up of how the Roman Empire has been depicted in "serious" plays, movies, etc.
tt0009088 Frauds and Frenzies (1918)
The story is of two convicts always trying to escape, until one day when they actually manage to. They meet up with a girl and become rivals for her charms.
tt0006819 Hoffmanns Erzählungen (1916)
The young ETA Hoffmann lives in a bygone era under the roof of his uncle and his aunt. Also go there on and off the Count Dapertutto, the glasses dealer Coppelius, the museum director Spallanzani and Dr. Miracle. Hoffmann develops a deep aversion to all these mysterious and shady characters . These Hoffmann hated figures eventually find their way into the three extremely unhappy love stories running and then take on demonic traits.
tt0186650 The Dying Swan <Umirayushchii lebed> (1917)
Vera Karalli dances ballet in the haunting Russian silent The Dying Swan (Umirayushchii Lebed) 1917, directed by Evgeni Bauer. Music by Camille Saint-Saëns. The actress - dancer Vera Karalli was involved in the plot to kill Rasputin.
tt0009894 The Grey Automobile <El automóvil gris> (1919)
A gang terrorizes Mexico City's high society on 1915. Murder, kidnaping and robbery are their trademarks. One police inspector (Cabrera) follows the gang crimes and eventually send them to the jail.
tt0009986 Captain Kidd's Kids (1919)
A man finds himself on a sailing boat after a rowdy bachelor party.
tt0010532 Open Your Eyes (1919)
A propagandistic melodrama recounting the dangers and horrors of venereal disease.
tt0010632 Ring Up the Curtain (1919)
A stage hand (Harold Lloyd) falls in love with a visiting actress.
tt0009973 Bumping Into Broadway (1919)
A struggling playwright pays a pretty thespian's rent.
tt0010386 The Lost Battalion (1919)
A World War I U.S. battalion awaits reinforcements for six long days in France.
tt0009887 Ask Father (1919)
A young man asks his future in-laws for permission to marry.
tt0010146 From Hand to Mouth (1919)
A young penniless man (Harold Lloyd) tries to save an heiress (Mildred Davis) from kidnappers, and helps her secure her inheritance.
tt0010229 The Heart of Wetona (1919)
After the half-breed daughter of a Comanche chief falls for a young engineer who deserts her, she turns to a white Indian agent who marries her.
tt0010656 A Sammy in Siberia (1919)
An American soldier (Harold Lloyd) meets a Russian beauty (Bebe Daniels).
tt0247195 The Beetle (1919)
An Ancient Egyptian princess transforms herself into a beetle in order to seek revenge on a British Member of Parliament.
tt0010635 The Roaring Road (1919)
An auto racer pursuing a young lady.
tt0248381 Rowdy Ann (1919)
Ann is one tough cowgirl. After she beats up Hank, her parents send her East to college, hoping she'll come back a lady.
tt0010418 Male and Female (1919)
Aristocrat Lord Loam (Theodore Roberts) takes his family and servants on a leisurely boating trip. Unexpectedly, a violent gale obliterates the yacht, and the Loams and their help end up stranded on a remote island. There, the wealthy family suffers from a lack of practical knowledge, while butler William Crichton (Thomas Meighan) assumes control of the situation and ensures the party's survival. Meanwhile, Loam's gorgeous daughter, Mary (Gloria Swanson), develops eyes for William.
tt0246564 The Detectress (1919)
Aspiring detective Lizzie (Gale Henry) goes to Chinatown to track down some stolen papers.
tt0010680 The Sentimental Bloke (1919)
Bill is a Woolloomooloo larrikin, who vows to abandon his life of gambling (playing Two-up) and drinking after a spell in gaol following a raid on a two up game. He falls in love with Doreen (Lyell), who works in a pickle factory, but faces competition from a more sophisticated rival, Stor' at Coot.
tt0009932 Billy Blazes, Esq. (1919)
Billy Blazes, Esq. is a 1919 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. The film was a parody of Westerns of the time.
tt0010057 A Day's Pleasure (1919)
Charlie and his family have an adventure on land and sea.
tt0451692 Country Maiden <Dalagang bukid> (1919)
Dalagang Bukid is a story about a young flower vendor named Angelita (Atang de la Rama), who is forced by her parents to marry a wealthy old man, Don Silvestre, despite her love for Cipriano, a law student.
tt0010255 His Majesty, the American (1919)
Devil-may-care millionaire William Brooks travels to the European kingdom of Alaine where he is about to learn a secret about himself.
tt0010219 Hawthorne of the U.S.A. (1919)
Hawthorne makes a lot of dosh in Monte Carlo, then finds himself in love with the King's daughter while simultaneously supporting the peasants who want to overthrow their monarch in some unnamed Baltic state.
tt0010662 Scarlet Days (1919)
In the days of '49, Rosie Nell (Eugenie Besserer), a dance hall girl, saves gold from her prospecting customers to enable her to join her daughter (Carol Dempster) in Boston. After another dance hall girl, trying to rob Nell, dies of a heart attack, Nell's hanging is stopped when word comes that her daughter, Lady Fair, has arrived. The Mexican bandit Alvarez (Richard Barthelmess) and John Randolph (Ralph Graves), a Virginian miner, both attracted to Lady Fair, persuade the sheriff (George Fawcett) to allow Nell three days with her, which are the happiest of Nell's life, although the daughter is nearly driven insane when she learns the source of her boarding school funding.
tt0009893 Oyster Princess <Die Austernprinzessin> (1919)
It is a grotesque comedy in 4 acts about an American millionaire’s spoiled daughter’s marriage that does not go as planned.
tt0002423 Passion <Madame du Barry> (1919)
Jeanne Vaubernier (Pola Negri) is a poor girl, sewing for a living and barely making it in 18th-century France. But eventually she catches the attention of King Louis XV (Emil Jannings), and over time becomes the powerful man's mistress, known as Madame du Barry. She remains secretly committed to her first lover, though, a man named Armand de Foix (Harry Liedtke), and pushes for his advancement in the royal military. But true love may not be able to survive in the cruel royal court.
tt0248291 Passing the Buck (1919)
Larry has to fight off a bunch of crooks who are after his bag of jewels.
tt0277347 The Star Boarder (1919)
Larry's absurdly plush life of ease as a convict comes to an end when his sentence is up. Tossed out, he tries several ways, including a stickup to get back in the comfortable jail. Exchanging clothes with a lookalike escaped prisoner, he goes back, only to find he's to be hung. Now desperate to leave again, he joins other cons in a jailbreak.
tt0010356 Lightning Bryce (1919)
Lightning Bryce is a Western cliffhanger serial featuring Jack Hoxie, a star of Silent Hall of Fame. This is episode 2, entitled "Wolf Nights". It starts with a synopsis of episode 1 "The Scarlet Moon". There is action, intrigue, and even a "Mystery Woman".
tt0010162 Getting Mary Married (1919)
Marion Davies cannot stand her stuffy step father Frederick Burton (I), but finds herself even worse off when he dies and leaves his fortune to her on condition that she live with his brother Elmer Grandin for a year without marrying so she will become a lady. Elmer Grandin, his wife Amelia Summerville, and daughter Constance Beaumar make it tough on Marion Davies so they can inherit the money, but she catches the eye of eligible bachelor Norman Kerry.
tt0010490 Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1919)
Mrs. Wiggs, a loving mother whose husband has abandoned her, supports her many children and lives in hope of her husband's return.
tt0010879 When the Clouds Roll by (1919)
Psychiatrist Dr. Ulrich Metz attempts to drive Daniel Brown to suicide.
tt0009950 Bolshevism on Trial (1919)
Society melodrama about a wealthy father who purchases an island to prove to his son that communism won't work.
tt0150388 The Dragon Painter (1919)
Tatsu (Sessue Hayakawa) is a reclusive, tortured artist who continually paints brilliant pictures of a dragon that has the soul of a princess. When Tatsu meets the beautiful Ume Ko (Tsuru Aoki), he thinks that she is the living embodiment of the princess he has spent years imagining. He immediately falls for Ume Ko; initially overjoyed, Tatsu soon becomes despondent when he realizes he has lost his inspiration to paint. He must now somehow learn to balance love with artistic fervor.
tt0286686 Mistress of the World, Number Two: The Race for Life <Die Herrin der Welt 2. Teil - Die Geschichte der Maud Gregaards> (1919)
The story follows a young Danish woman on her globe-trotting adventures to find the legendary lost treasure of the Queen of Sheba that she hopes will enable her to bring revenge on the man that drew her father to commit suicide and led to her own social destruction.
tt0010307 I Accuse <J'accuse!> (1919)
Tragedy strikes when two men (Romuald Joubé, Séverin-Mars) who love the same woman (Maryse Dauvray) serve together in World War I.
tt0010321 Just Neighbors (1919)
Two hapless neighbors (Harold Lloyd, Snub Pollard) try to build a shed but wind up ruining laundry, a garden and a chicken coop.
tt0009899 Back Stage (1919)
Vaudevillians (Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Buster Keaton) run wild.
tt0010233 Hearts and Flowers (1919)
When a hotel orchestra leader starts to flirt with a girl in the audience, her fiancé is very displeased. Then the orchestra leader finds out that the hotel flower girl is really a rich heiress, and he shifts his attentions to her. Now the flower girl's boyfriend is unhappy, and soon there are even more complications.