tt0000023 Baignade en mer 1895
Several little boys run along a pier, then jump into the ocean.
tt0002208 The Girl and Her Trust (1912)
Some tramps assault the telegraph office trying to rob $2000 delivered by train. The telegraphist girl, trying to help, telegraphs the next station and then the men are captured.
tt0004670 Tango Tangles (1914)
Tango Tangles is a 1914 American-made film comedy short starring Charles Chaplin and Roscoe Arbuckle. Chaplin appears with no moustache. The action takes place in a dance hall, with a drunken Chaplin, Ford Sterling, and the huge, menacing, and acrobatic Arbuckle fighting over a girl.
tt0135631 Untameable Whiskers <Le roi du maquillage> (1904)
The background of this picture represents a scene along the beautiful river Seine in Paris. A gentleman enters, and taking a blackboard from the side of the picture, he draws on it a sketch of a novelist. Then, standing in the centre, he causes the living features of his sketch to appear in the place of his own, which is utterly devoid of whiskers. The change is made so mysteriously that the eye cannot notice it until one sees quite another person in the place of the first. Again another sketch is shown on the board, this one being that of a miser; then an English cockney; a comic character; a French policeman, and last of all, the grinning visage of Mephistopheles. It is almost impossible to give this film a more definite description; suffice it to say that it is something entirely new in motion pictures and is sure to please.
tt0001527 The Cameraman's Revenge <Mest kinematograficheskogo operatora> (1912)
The Cameraman's Revenge (1912, 13 minutes) is about infidelity among the insects,
tt0000358 Story of a Crime <Histoire d'un crime> (1901)
The cell of a man condemned to death. He's sleeping and dreaming about the past that brought him to prison: a frantic pace of living, bad friendships, alcoholism, the murder of a bank-employer. At the end he dreams of climbing up scaffolding, and he suddenly wakes up...
tt0001072 A Trap for Santa (1909)
The children set a trap for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, knowing he has to come through the window because their estate has no chimney. Their father, who abandoned them and his wife before she inherited her fortune, plans to burglarize that very house, unaware of the occupants or the trap.
tt0230932 The Vanishing Lady (1897)
The Conjuring of a Woman at the Robert Houdin Theatre
tt0154418 A Dog of Flanders (1914)
The emotional story of a boy, his grandfather, and his dog. The boy's dream of becoming a great classical painter appears shattered when his loving grandfather dies.
tt0004101 His New Profession (1914)
The film involves Chaplin taking care of a man in a wheelchair. It is also known as "The Good for Nothing".
tt0000455 The Music Lover <Le mélomane> (1903)
The leader of a marching band demonstrates an unusual way of writing music.
tt0266688 Karadjordje (1911)
The Life and Deeds of the Immortal Vožd Karadorde, or simply Karadorde, is a 1911 silent film which was the first feature-length motion picture made in Serbia and the Balkans.
tt0221347 Loves and Adventures in the Life of Shakespeare (1914)
The Life of Shakespeare is a 1914 British silent biographical film directed by Frank R. Growcott and J.B. McDowell and starring Albert Ward, Sybil Hare and George Foley. It follows the life of the English playwright William Shakespeare
tt0004395 The New Janitor (1914)
The New Janitor was the 27th comedy from Keystone Studios to feature Charlie Chaplin. The film is arguably one of his best for the studio, and a precursor to a key Essanay Studios short, The Bank.
tt0210205 Onésime, Clock-Maker <Onésime horloger> (1912)
The only way Onésime could think of to get his inheritance quicker was to set the clocks forward. Surprise: the whole world starts speeding up wildly.
tt0000787 A Woman's Way (1908)
The pretty daughter of a French-Canadian backwoodsman incites the love of a trapper who is so smitten with the beauty of this wood nymph that he purchases her into marriage from her father.
tt0003578 The Yaqui Cur (1913)
The prospector had taught the Indian boy the doctrine of peace. When his tribe resisted the attack of another tribe the boy did not take part. The din of the battle, as the horsemen circled them again and again, the moans of men caught under falling horses struck terror in the boy's heart The incensed warriors cast him from the tribe with the brand of a coward. It was then that his opportunity came to follow the white man's wonderful doctrine. "Big love man lay down life for friend,"
tt0003863 Dough and Dynamite (1914)
The story involves Chaplin and Chester Conklin working as waiters at a restaurant where the cooks go on strike. When the two are forced to work as bakers, the striking cooks put dynamite in the dough, with explosive results
tt0003923 The Face on the Barroom Floor (1914)
The story of a strange ballad poem written in 1887 which became a unusual portrait on the barroom floor in a quaint former boomtown in Colorado and became the inspiration for one of the most performed modern American operas in history
tt0000574 The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906)
The Story of the Kelly Gang is a 1906 Australian film that traces the life of the legendary infamous outlaw and bushranger Ned Kelly. It was written and directed by Charles Tait.
tt0004189 Kid Auto Races at Venice (1914)
The Tramp (Charles Chaplin) disrupts the filming of a go-kart race.
tt0235045 The Whole Dam Family and the Dam Dog (1905) The Whole Dam Family and The Dam Dog is a popular fad which has been widely advertised by lithographs and souvenir mailing cards, and has recently been made the subject of a sketch in a New York Vaudeville Theatre. The Edison Manufacturing Co., with their usual up-to-date methods, have illustrated this popular subject in a most novel and original way in Motion Pictures. The picture opens with a close view of the individual members of the family. Each goes through a very amusing performance.
tt0001463 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a 1910 American silent fantasy film and the earliest surviving film version of L. Frank Baum's 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, made by the Selig Polyscope Company without Baum's direct input. It was created to fulfill a contractual obligation associated with Baum's personal bankruptcy caused by The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays, from which it was once thought to have been derived. It was partly based on the 1902 stage musical The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, though much of the film deals with the Wicked Witch of the West, who does not appear in the musical.
tt0344444 Thelma (1910)
Thelma is a 1910 American silent short drama produced by the Thanhouser Company. The story was adapted from Marie Corelli's 1887 novel of the same name, it focuses on a Norwegian maiden who meets Sir Phillip and the two are wed. Lady Clara conspires to ruin the marriage and tricks Thelma with a letter purported to be from her husband. Thelma returns to Norway and to the death of her father. Thelma, alone in the world, prays at her mother's grave for strength. Sir Phillip finds her there and the tricks is uncovered and the two embrace each other in love. Released on June 21, 1910, the film was met with praise in The Moving Picture World. The film is presumed lost.
tt0000511 La esméralda (1905)
There are two characters in the film, Esmeralda (Denise Becker) and Quasimodo (Henry Vorins). The film is the oldest film adaptation of the novel.