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A Shortie Checklist: Paramount

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#1 Jlewis

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Posted 19 January 2016 - 04:34 PM

This set of posts feature an alphabetical list of the Paramount short films.

 

I know… I know. Those of you reading will ask “Are you nuts?!”

 

Yes I am.

 

I will even start with a little itty bitty introduction.

 

On the other forum (CMU), I had been making chronological “lists” of each studio’s live-action “shorties” since 2010. These lengthy blogs have… sometimes… received up to 8000 “views”. (I guess I am not the only shorties “geek” online?) This past year or two, I have been adding some of this material to the Wikipedia site and previously to the imdb.com site, but have only covered the bulk of Warner’s shorts so far.

 

These are listed alphabetically. When you line up the titles chronologically, Paramount’s live action shorts intriguingly had three distinct “periods”. Burton Holmes was their most prolific producer; his travelogues following a previous “Paramount Travel Pictures” series of 1915. Arriving two years later was the mighty Mack Sennett whose enormously popular 2-reel comedies of the period brought a huge boost to the corporation’s income. His top star, Fatty Arbuckle, was made head of his own short comedy unit before graduating to features (and some… um… scandal as well), all co-starring newcomer Buster Keaton.Then, rather abruptly, Paramount decided to stop making shorties all together early in 1922. With rare exceptions, the company merely distributed others’ product (and the mid-twenties was a golden age for Pathé, Educational and smaller distributors keeping theaters well stocked) and focused just on their features for a while. When MGM announced in 1926 that they were entering the shortie business by distributing for UFA and (a year later) Hal Roach, Paramount hopped on the bandwagon again by starting up a newsreel and acquiring Al Christie’s comedies from Educational. With some of their features also being done at the Astoria facilities (NYC) in addition to Hollywood, the 1928-32 era was a particularly rich perod for testing new talent emerging on Broadway in the 6-20 minute format. This second period of Paramount shorts production spanned exactly 30 years, parallel to the Paramount Newsreel shown in theaters twice weekly. Once the newsreel ended in February 1957, so did the live-action shorts, although animated cartoons with Popeye and Casper continued uninterrupted. Then, in 1960, Leslie Winik’s A Sport Is Born became an unexpected hit and Oscar nominee; thus awakening interest in a THIRD unbroken boom in live-action shorties, mostly of the sport or travelogue kind, that lasted through the 1968-69 season… and there have been a few occasional “one shots” since (like The Absent-minded Waiter).

 

Again, these listed titles are all LIVE-ACTION and do not include ANIMATED cartoons, even though the “Speaking of Animals” series do feature cell-animated mouths implanted on live animal footage frame by frame. (Remember the talking camels in Bob Hope and Bing Crosby’s Road to Morocco?) Of course, Paramount has been making plenty of ‘toons ever since John R. Bray’s studio began adding “inserts” to the “Paramount Pictograph” series. Most famous of its animation producers was Max Fleischer, who has a building named after him on the Paramount lot in Hollywood despite his cartoons being made in NYC and later Miami. Apart from his early work under John Bray, he started releasing through Paramount in 1927 (after operating independently with Red Seal distribution) and, by the time he and his brother Dave left their animation studio in early 1942, Paramount’s cartoon line-up succeeded very well indeed as the Number Two cartoon factory just behind Walt Disney… with Ko-Ko, Betty Boop, Popeye and Superman, along with the features Gulliver’s Travels and Mr. Bug Goes To Town. After taking charge of the Fleischer studio and moving the animators back to NYC, Paramount renamed it Famous Studios (later Paramount Cartoons) and kept chugging away through November 1967 with more Popeye, as well as Little Lulu, Little Audrey, Casper, “Noveltoons”, “Modern Madcaps”, etc. (Jerry Beck profiles at cartoonresearch.com the season-by-season saga of the animation studio that all animation buffs publically loathe but secretly love, since many later catoons are an acquired taste. Never allow an impressionable young mind watch Herman and Katnip in Mice Meeting You without proper supervision.) Among the later (cell-animated) independent releases distributed were Gene Dietch’s Munro (Oscar winner, 1960) and “Nudnick” series (1964-67) and a trio of John & Faith Hubley productions (1966-69), including another Oscar winner and two nominees.

 

Meanwhile, during 1940-47, George Pal made his stop-motion Technicolor “Puppetoons” in Hollywood (previously running a factory of full color puppetoons in Holland since 1934). He eventually graduated to special effects live-action features. (Ray Harryhausen got his start working with Jasper, another character of “acquired taste” although I find Jasper And The Watermelons more oddly charming than insulting.) Athough Pal was the Paramount’s primary stop-motion producer, two earlier releases also had frame-by-frame figurines in motion: Lulu In Love was a 1936 re-edit of a Wladyslaw Starewicz production made in France, and Wild Oysters (February 14, 1940 release), made by longtime cartoon veteran Charles Bowers.

 

Paramount sold their pre-1950 titles to the U.M. & M. TV Corporation in 1957, which altered many of the titles with their own logos, using the original prints. However, only we eagle-eyed movie fans can detect the difference. Harvey Comics apparently received (according Jerry Beck) both the ’50-59 cartoons AND the live-action Sportlights, Pacemakers and Toppers as well. I am assuming that Paramount kept their VistaVision travelogues and anything kept after 1960, some of it made available to schools on 16mm. After being taken over by Viacom, much of the pre-1950 product was re-acquired (excluding Popeye and Superman which Time-Warner eventually got). Kino Lorber released on DVD a sampling of late ‘20s through Robert Benchley ‘40s materal. Shield Pictures currently owns the rights to the Jerry Fairbanks productions and did air many of these on AMC in the 1990s when that network resembled TCM: http://www.shieldspictures.com/

 

I need to acknowledge my references for these lists and you folks can let me know of my many boo-boos that need corrected… preferable on another thread. (Also I am not sure how many edits I am “allowed” to make here.) BoxOffice Magazine (scans available online for a while, but a bit harder to access in recent years), Film Daily and Motion Picture Herald Magazine back issues (both found on the Internet Archive), with the IMDb.com site have all been a great help. (I had added many Warner shorties to that latter site.) Equally important are the Library of Congress copyright listings Motion Pictures 1912-1939 (1951), Motion Pictures 1940-1949 (1953), Motion Pictures 1950-1959 (1960) and Motion Pictures 1960-1969 (1971). Also Edwin M. Bradley’s The First Hollywood Sound Shorts, 1926-1931 (McFarland & Company, 2005).

 

Unfortunately the later Paramount shorties are poorly documented, even in the periodicals of the period. So it is good that many Treasure Searchers have been digging up missing prints and additional information (and a few even pop up on youtube if you hunt well enough) in the years since I began posting these silly posts as a naïve Treasure Searcher myself.

 

Anyhoo… this is the basic set up for each film listed:

 

Title of film

(producer and/or director) If you see (---), it means I don’t have director information… yet.

black & white (bw) or color

“approximate” running time in minutes (m) or running time in reels (1 reel is under 11 minutes, 2 reels under 25 minutes) since I couldn’t find an exact time frame here

Series Title in () with a key star (a.k.a. name above the title) listed in []

release date or copyright © date and sometimes a filming date in ()

(any awards)

brief description… and I do keep it brief. Additional cast members are also listed here.



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Posted 19 January 2016 - 04:32 PM

The Absent Minded Waiter (Aspen Film Company- William McEuen) color-7m-(Comedy Special with Steve Martin, Buck Henry & Teri Garr)-© April 20, 1977 (Academy Award nominee) Lots of oopsies in this one. After a spaced-out moment, Martin the klutz quips "Sorry. I just went to the Bahamas for a moment". Buck Henry plays the typical "me decade" visitor who comes specifically to be entertained by the worst restaurant service available.

Accent On Beauty (Justin Herman; editor: Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-December 30, 1937 Profiles cosmetics

Accent On Girls (Fred Waller) bw-9m-(Headliner [Ina Ray Hutton])-December 27, 1935 A swing music short starring Ina Ray Hutton and her 'all-girl' band.

Accidents Will Happen (Mort Blumenstock; story: William Wells & David Freedman) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-August 2, 1930 Shady lawyer aids a store owner faking his car accident in a court hearing

Across Manchuria To Korea (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 1, 1917 (filmed ’13)

Acrobatic Aces (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 7, 1941 (completed ’40) Includes the Dallas Athletic Club, the Danwill Brothers and others

Acrobatic Illini (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin & Rod Warren; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 10, 1948 Features the Ward Bell flyers from the University of Illinois.

Across France With Yankee Gas Hounds (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 18, 1919 (filmed June '18)

Across The Grand Canyon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© November 1, 1921

Actions Speak Louder Than Words (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(William & Joe Mandel)-February 5, 1930 (Variety review) Peculiar verbal comedy about a couple and friend acting out their thoughts in contrast to what they say.

Adam And Some Eves (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-Feb 11, 1918 Victor flies his plane into "Femineville" and is wooed by the residents. With Claire Adams, Agnes Neilson & Davy Don.

Adam’s Eve (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Johnny Arthur, Frances Lee & Adrienne Dore])-October 12, 1929 Newleyweds enter the wrong apartment with humorous results

Adelaide, Capital Of South Australia (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 24, 1918 (filmed June '17)

Adoration (Charles Mintz) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty [Nancy Price & Josef Swickard])-February 25, 1928

Africa- Today And Tomorrow (African Adventure) (Ashley Lazarus) color-17+m-(Special)-September 1965

The African Dodger (Mort Blumenstock) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard, Joe Lyons & Edward Gargan])-March 18, 1931 Tom heads a carnival act involving an "African Dodger" (an unfortunate act many black citizens hadto deal wih for all-white amusements). Interesting for social reasons today.

After Seben (S. Jay Kaufman & George Snowden) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [James Barton])-May 17, 1929 A "mop swinger" makes it big in Harlem. With Elaine Arden, he Harlem Lindy Hoppers & the Chick Webb Orchestra. Tunes include "Tiger Rag" & "Waiting for the Evening Mail"

After The Circus (Briggs Pictures- John William Kelette) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© November 15, 1919

Aggravatin’ B’ar (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© April 27, 1933 A Florida black bear hunt

A-Hunting We Will Go (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-May 14, 1931

Ain’t Nature Grand? (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Harry Lang) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© November 1, 1947 "Mother Nature" takes care of her little ones, as zebras, giraffes, storks, wart hogs, baboons and others provie commentary

Air Racing (Frank Gudaitis & Mel Stickney) color-17m-(Special)-© November 7, 1961

The Alaska Cruise (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 11, 1918 (filmed August-September '17)

The Aldrich Family Gets In The Scrap (Hugh Bennett) bw-14m-(War Activities Committee)-March 6, 1943 (Film Daily review)

Alexandria (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© April 10, 1921 Egyptian tour post-war (filmed June 1920)

Alice In Movieland (Charles Mintz) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty [Marian Mack])-June 23, 1928

All Aboard For Brindisi (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© January 27, 1921 Italian tour (likely 1919)

All American Swing Stars (Bill Slater) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 16, 1948 (completed ’47)

All Americans (Joseph Santley) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [John Murray Anderson])-July 20, 1929

All At Sea (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-Feb 6, 1917 Likely stars Leatrice Joy

All Chimps Ashore (John Haeseler) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© February 4, 1955 (completed ’54) A chimp has beach fun.

All For The Band (Howard Bretherton) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Eddie Young & His Mountaineers])-April 4, 1931 Includes the standard “She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain” and four others

All Girls On Deck (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) Technicolor-11m-(Pacemaker)-March 4, 1952 (completed ’51) Yachting reel set on the Tropicair sailing the Gulf of Mexico

All On Deck (---) bw-9m-(Headliner [Ed Paul & His Orchestra])-March 29, 1934 Also the Three Singing Sailors, Henry Burbig, Del Campo and Gertrude Niesen

All Sails Set (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 10, 1943 Profiles the Merchant Navy.

All Sealed Up (Al Ray & Andrew Bennison) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Al St.John])-January 23, 1932 (filmed ’31)

Allen’s Animal Kingdom (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 5, 1951 Featuring Ross Allen in Florida

Along The Queensland Coast (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 12, 1918 (filmed '17)

Along The Rio Grande (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© January 8, 1922

Along The Riviera (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© April 3, 1921 (filmed '20)

Alsatian Days (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 5, 1920 Alsace area (France) post-war

Amateur Liar (VBK [Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew]- Albert Payson Terhune) bw/silent-2 reels-(VBK Comedy)-March 20, 1919

American Women In France (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 30, 1919

American Y.M.C.A. In London (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 2, 1919 (filmed July 1918) Shows the Yanks in London: Eagle Hut of the Strand and Washington Inn with officers

Among The Head Hunters (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 16, 1916 Covering Bontoc in the Philippines during the transition year of 1913, where head hunting used to be a popular sport "and careless strangers were apt to find themselves sacrificial victims of the Canyao". More contemporary with the times are the Ifugeo who boast great engineering skills.

Among The Holy Hindus (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 23, 1917 The Ganges (material first shown in lectures in 1912) and the Himalayas

Among The Maoris Of New Zealand (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 15, 1918 (filmed April 1917) These wild and "primitive" natives apparently excited moviegoers a lot... too much, in fact. Reels were reportedly edited down for "content". Nonetheless, their popularity prompted one of Grauman's theaters to show some of these constantly-in-demand Holmes reels during the week of January 17, 1920 with five actual Maoris attending and arousing the audience with war cries and dancing. The roaring twenties were off to a good start!

Among Those Present (Sennett Comedies- Ray Grey & Erle C. Kenton) bw/silent-20m-(Ford Sterling, Bert Roach, Phyllis Haver & others)-April 5, 1919

Amphibious Fighters (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-June 26, 1943 (Motion Picture Herald review) (Academy Award Winner) (One Reel) Shows how the US Army fights over water. Soldiers cross rivers under machine gun fire, with an aquatic jeep and fighting gasoline fire on the water surface.

Angling For Thrills (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 22, 1954 (completed ’53)

Animal Antics (---) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© April 13, 1934

Animal Hotel (John Haeseler) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© February 6, 1953 (completed ’52) Filmed at Washington's National Zoo

Animal Intelligence (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 16, 1935

Animal Sports Quiz (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Sportlight)-© February 3, 1956 (completed ’54, held over)

Animal-Ology (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-November 1, 1945 (Film Daily review) Narrator Ken Carpenter appears on screen as a professor teaching about owls, panda, tigers, etc... and the ostriches sing "Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing"

Animals A La Carte (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© January 26, 1956 (completed ’55) Composite of various critter footage covering eating habits and other odds and ends.

The Antique Shop (Ray Cozine) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-February 18, 1931 (Variety review) George is distracted from buying a statue by scatterbrained Gracie.

Anything But Ham (Mort Blumenstock) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-January 11, 1931 (Film Daily review) (completed '30) A butcher struggles at a bank. With Gertrude Mudge & Betty Blythe

Apartment Hunting (Joseph Santley & Thomas Gray) bw-20m-(2-reel Act)-March 8, 1929 Mini act with Florence Moore, James Carson, Betty Gallagher, Natah Magid & others

Appointment With Baby (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-October 8, 1948

Aqua Rhythm (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 24, 1939 Covers the Tarpon Swimming Club of Florida

Aquabats (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 13, 1937 Covers outboard motor stunts in Florida

The Aquanuts (Richard Matt) color-18m-(Special)-© December 31, 1962

Aquatic House Party (Ernest Corts) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 26, 1949 (Academy Award Winner) (One Reel)  An unusual California house showcases an unusual pool with various performers and trained seals as well.

The Arabian Shrieks (Aubrey Scotto & Harry W. Conn) bw-22m-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-February 13, 1932 (Motion Picture Herald review) The duo joins the Foreign Legion and get put on spy duty, charm fair maidens and uselaughing gas on the enemy.

Are Scotchmen Tight? (Al Christie Film- Neal Burns) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-March 2, 1929

Are Waitresses Safe? (Sennett Comedies- Victor Heerman) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin)-©  September 11, 1917

Argentina (Palmer Miller & Curtis F. Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© April 5, 1940

Ariquipa, Peru (Paramount Travel Pictures #13) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-© June 30, 1915

Around About London (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 5, 1919 Post-war tour in summer

Around About Manila (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 21, 1920 Includes Cavite where General Dewey fought, Fort McKinley and Antipole in the Philippines

Around Fujiyama (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-Nov 12, 1917 Japan

Around The Calender (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 21, 1933

Around The Samovar (Ray Cozine; story: Rube Walsh) bw-10m-(promotional)-February 28, 1931 CBS Broadcasting Special

Artie Shaw’s Class Of Swing (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Artie Shaw])-© September 8, 1939

Artistic Antwerp (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 16, 1920 (filmed summer '19) Belgium tour post-war

Artist's Reverie (Frank Cambria) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Gamberelli & Co.])-June 14, 1930 (Motion Picture Herald review) Featuring Bradford Hunt & Maria "Gamby" Gamborelli: a painting comes to life.

As Headliners (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© June 18, 1948 Newspaper stories cover minks, vultures, toucans, coyotes...

As Our Friends (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-June 27, 1947 Talking dogs, farm animals and guinea pigs try their best to speak well of humans

Ascent Of The Matterhorn (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky-Frederick Burlingham) bw/silent-1 reel-(Burlington Adventure)-© November 21, 1919

Assignment Children (Danny Kaye) Technicolor & VistaVision-19m-(VistaVision Special)-© February 1, 1955 Made in behalf of UNICEF.

Astray From The Steerage (Sennett Comedies- Frank Powell) bw/silent-2 reels-(Billy Bevan, Louisa Fazenda & others)-June 19, 1921

At Home (Ray Cozine & Max E Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Lulu McConnell])-August 9, 1930

At The Bird Farm (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© February 26, 1943 (completed ’42)  Pelicans, ostriches and other feathered friends comment on the war, ultimately bombing Berlin with eggs.

At The Cage Door Canteen (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© June 25, 1943 Penguins sing "Three Little Sisters" while other critters spoof the Stage Door Canteen

At The County Fair (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© January 2, 1942 (completed ’41) The livestock at the fair (cows, pigs, waterfowl, etc.) have plenty to say

At The Damascus Gate Of Old Jerusalem (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© January 15, 1922 Covering the area where Solomon's Temple once stood, now with the Temple of Allah. The British had recently added pipe lines into the city, but goat-skin water carriers were still at work.

At The Dog Show (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© August 28, 1942 Self explanatory… only the pooches are quite talkative

At The Gate (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-November 30, 1929

At The Wailing Wall (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 13, 1921 (filmed '20) Of Jerusalem

Athletes Of The Saddle (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 1, 1952 (Academy Award Nominee) Shows the Mexico Army Equestrian Team in action

Auckland: The Metropolis Of New Zealand (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 1, 1918 (filmed April 1917) Assistants doing much of the footage here (while Holmes was battling Hawaiian volcanoes) were Louis Francis Brown and Herford Tyne Cowling.

Australia’s Unknown No. 1 (To Australia / Paramount Travel Pictures #40) (Frank Hurley) bw/silent-1 reel-© January 7, 1916 This four part series covering “Down Under” was done by the master cameraman of the Shackleton Expedition to Antarctica

No. 2 (PTP #41) / © January 14, 1916

No. 3 (PTP #42) / © January 19, 1916

No. 4 (PTP #43) / © January 27, 1916

Australian Jitterbugs Jitter (---) bw-1 reel-(Paramount Newsreel Special)-February 8, 1944

Auto Intoxication (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-1917

Auto Intoxication (Al Ray; story: Edwin Burke) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Ford Sterling])-October 17, 1931

Aviator Shorty (Thomas Mead) bw-9m-(Paragraphic)-July 23, 1937 Chimp on a plane

Ayudhya, Siam (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 31, 1919 Probably filmed by Herford T. Cowling in 1918

Babbling Book (Aubrey Scotto) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-March 17, 1932 Burns and Allen have a dizzy conversation in a bookstore.

Babes In Hollywood (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Baby LeRoy, Virginia Wiedler & David Holt])-October 25, 1935 Kids put on a show

Babies, They're Wonderful (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker [Patsy Kelly, Tom Ewell & Pamela Gordon])-November 14, 1947 Patsy is the unfortunate baby sitter.

Back Home (Willard Van der Veer) bw-1 reel-(Special)-June 18, 1930 Featuring footage from WITH BYRD AT THE SOUTH POLE

Back Stage (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-17m-(Buster Keaton & others)-September 7, 1919 Featuring a memeorable moment with Buster in drag as the two do a ballet.

Back To The Kitchen (Sennett Comedies- Joseph Belmont & Reggie Morris) bw/silent-2 reels-(Harry & Eddie Gribbon, Louisa Fazenda, Billy Armstrong & others)-September 14, 1919

Backyard Follies (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [The Haig Children's Trio])-Dec 12, 1931

Bahamas To Windward (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 18, 1954 Follows a yacht race.

Balance (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© June 22, 1933 Shot in Florida: juveniles demonstrate adagio and highwire perfomances

Ball Tossers (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 3, 1937 All girl basketball reel featuring Bill Miller and the Tulsa Oilers

Ballads And Bologna (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-April 28, 1917 With Louise Carber & Davy Don

The Ballet Class (Frank Cambria) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Agnes De Mille & Luigi Albertieri])-May 31, 1930

Ballet In The Blue (Gold Dolphin- Dick Kuhne; narrator: Paul Tonken) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© May 29, 1968 Features the acrobatic skills of airplane pilot Art Scholl

Bangkok, The Royal City Of Siam (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 3, 1919 Probably filmed by Herford T. Cowling in 1918

The Barber Shop (Mack Sennett, producer; Arthur Ripley) bw-21m-(W.C. Fields)-July 28, 1933 W.C. plays the title role and is flirting with manicurist and creating havoc with his shaving technique. Elise Cavanna is his unfortunate wife along with Harry Watson, John Sinclair, Cyril Ring & Dagmar Oakland.

Barnyard Babies (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© November 5, 1951

Baseball Basics And Blunders (Oxford Films, producers) color-6m-(documentary)-November 15, 1976

Baseball’s Acrobatic Ace (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Sportlight)-© April 8, 1955

Basic Brown-Basic Blue (Homer Groening) Technicolor-10m-(Here's Homer)-© May 22, 1968 Comic documentary on the colors and their moods. Brown for mud and the Colorado River. Blue is fashionable for blue planes flying over the Everglades and the Hawaiian surf.

Batavia, The Javanese Capital (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 21, 1917 Material may date back to 1909

The Battle Royal (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-May 20, 1918

Bazaars Of Cairo (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 22, 1921 Post-war visit (summer 1920)

Be Kind To Animals (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-8m-(Speaking of Animals)-© August 30, 1946 In honor of the special holiday week: dogs, tigers, opossums, elephants, buffalo, ostriches hav plenty to say

Be Like Me (Aubrey Scotto) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Ethel Merman])-© February 16, 1933

Beach Command (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-April 9, 1943  The training of the United States Army Air Corps at Miami

The Beach Nut (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Herb Williams])-October 3, 1931

Beachcomber (Homer Groening) Technicolor-10m-(Here's Homer)-December 18, 1968

 

Basic Brown-Basic Blue



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Posted 19 January 2016 - 04:27 PM

Bear Crazy (John Haeseler) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© May 29, 1953

Bear Jam (John Haeseler) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© March 19, 1954 (completed ’53) A trip to Yellowstone... a monochrome follow-up to Disney's BEAR COUNTRY.

The Bearded Lady (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Louise Fazenda])-March 1, 1930

Beating Cheaters (Charles Parrott [Charley Chase]) bw/silent-2 reels-(Carter DeHaven)-© May 17, 1920

Beautiful Banff (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 12, 1917 (filmed August-September 1916)

Beautiful Bavaria (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 10, 1916 Re-edited from material shown on his lectures in 1910

Beautiful Bermuda (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 16, 1921 Features Hamilton and Ft. George along with St. Peter’s church built in 1620 of coral rock. Reissued with a soundtrack and animated inserts in 1934

Beautiful Bruges (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 1920 Part of his Belgium tour in mid-1919, this was popular in the 1930s as a 16mm school film and was edited into a longer BELGIUM THE BEAUTIFUL with newer footage added.

Beauty And The Beach (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Johnny Long’s Orchestra, Helen Young & Bob Huston])-© September 26, 1941 (Academy Award Nominee) Jazzy reel with Johnny Long performing among bathing beauties at Long Beach. Songs include "Kiss the Boys Goodbye"

A Bedroom Blunder (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-20m-(Charles Murray, Eva Thatcher, Pat Ford, Mary Thurman & others)-October 7, 1917 The Sennett Bathing Beauties are included in this resort-set comedy featuring a troubled married couple.

Before The Circus (Briggs Pictures- John William Kelette) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© October 31, 1919

Behind The Counter (Al Christie Film- J.A. Howe) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Edward Everett Horton])-March 3, 1928

The Belgian Sisters Of Luzon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 24, 1918 (filmed '17)

Belgium Smiles Again (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 1, 1920 (filmed summer '19)

Believe It Or Not (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances Lee])-November 24, 1928

The Bell Boy (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-33m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-March 18, 1918 Antics at the Elk's Head Hotel with bumbling bell hops and a horse-powered elevator.

Belle Of The Night (Mort Blumenstock) bw-18m-(2-reel Act [Dorothy McNutty, Penny Singleton & Frank Morgan])-February 15, 1930 A “faithful” wife gold-digs other ladies’ husbands. Key song "Better Be Good To Me"

Belmont Park, A New Era (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© December 31, 1968

Benjy (Los Angeles Orthopedic Hospital- Fred Zinnemann; narrator: Henry Fonda) bw-30m-(Special)-May 1951 (Academy Award Winner) (Documentary) Touching story about about a handicapped child and the physician who tries to get the parents to accept him. With Lee Aaker, Marllee Phelps, Adam Williams & Neville Brand

Beresford Of The Baboons (Town & Country Films- Saul Harrison) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© February 27, 1919

Best In Show (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© August 1, 1964

The Best Man (---) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-December 4, 1916

Best Of Breed (Jack Eaton, narrator: Bill Slater) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 8, 1949 Covers the collie

Better Bowling (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10+m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-January 22, 1942 (completed ’41) Includes the famous and the amateur: Ned Day, Andy Varipapa and even radio comedian Colonel Stoopnagle

Beyond The Blue Horizon (---) bw-6m-(1-reel Act [Vincent Lopez])-April 1, 1932 Featuring the title tune with travel footage of train rides interspersed.

The Big A (Sports Illustrated- Leslie Winik) Eastmancolor-9m-(Sports in Action)-© September 15, 1960

The Big Fibber (Mack Sennett, producer; George Marshall) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-July 14, 1933 A drunk Walter Moore (Walter Catlett) aids a burglar (Billy Gilbert as Spike) robbing a restaurnt owned by his ex-wife (Joyce Compton). Also cast: Harry Bowen, Grady Sutton, Tom Dempsey & others

Big Game Angling (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 26, 1948 (completed ’47)

Big League Glory (Rod Warren & Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 11, 1948

Big Little Leaguers (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 16, 1951 (completed ’50) Williamsport PA World Series is held

Big Sister Blues (Alvin Ganzer) Technicolor-14m-(Musical Parade [Virginia Maxey & Anna Mae Slaughter])-November 1, 1948 Two sisters at boarding school put on a show to bring back their estrained parents.

The Big Splash (Ray Cozine & Walton Butterfield) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Johnny Weissmuller & Stubby Kruger])-January 17, 1931 (completed '30)

Bike Parade (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© April 22, 1938 History of the bicycle

Bilibid, The Sing Sing Of Philippines (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 10, 1916 (filmed spring ’13) The famous "model" prison of the orient, which attempted to turn criminals into "useful" citizens. Entertainment includes rooster fights.

Bing Presents Oreste (Edward Dmytryk) Technicolor & VistaVision-10m-(VistaVision Special)-January 1956 (completed ’55) Bing Crosby and Oreste Kirkop together in wide-screen

A Bird In The Hand (Al Christie Film- Walter Graham) bw-1 reel-(Christie Comedy [Jason Robards & others])-February 16, 1929 Chauffeur versus his "thriftly" wife.

Birds Make Sport (Jack Eaton, narrator: John Kieran) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 21, 1946 Not a hunting reel but a profile on bird photography.

The Bishop’s Candlesticks (George Abbott) bw-22m-(2-reel Act [Walter Houston])-February 23, 1929 Covers a portion of Victor Hugo's LES MISERABLES adapted as a play by Norman McKinnel. Josephine Hull & Charles S. Abbe add support.

Biskra The Beautiful (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 17, 1921 Algeria ‘20

Bits Of Life (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; John McCarthy & Walter Anthony) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-November 17, 1939 Featuring Bull Montana; Mary Carr; Elaine Shepard; Camille Patty; Jack Gardner; Gayne Whitman; Joseph Girard; Margaret Brayton; Mary McClaren

Blue Barron And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-June 11, 1940 Featuring Anita Boyr & the hardly "Tiny" Wolf

Blue Danube Waltz (Fredrick Feher) bw-10m-(Symphonic Series)-October 6, 1939 Frederick Feher leads the National Philharmonic Orchestra in their interpretation of Strauss

Blue Of The Night (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-16m-(Bing Crosby)-September 15, 1932 Bing Crosby playing himself is a mistaken for a newlywed on a train by fellow passenger Babe (Marjorie Beebe). Also: Franklyn Pangborn, Bud Jamison, Toby Wing, William McCall & others.

Blue Ribbon Champions (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© December 31, 1962

Blue Songs (Joseph Santley) bw-8m (about)-(1-reel Act [Ruth Etting])-January 5, 1929 Includes "Because My Baby Don' Mean 'Maybe' Now" & "Roses of Yesterday"

Blue Streak (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 19, 1940 Hunting geese

Blue Velvet Music (Fred Waller; continuity: Milton Hockey) bw-10m-(Headliner [Mark Warnow, Buddy Clark])-April 9, 1937 Includes "Whispering", a jazzy "Minuet" based on Paderewski, "Swing High, Swing Low", "Honeysucle Rose" with The Symphonettes and "Gee But You're Swell". David Ross as announcer

Blue Winners (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 23, 1945 (completed ’44)  Profiles Yale's champion swimmers.

Boats-A-Poppin (Richard Matt) color-18m-(Special)-© September 1, 1960 Covers a speed boat contest in Florida. This and other 1960-61 shorts were edited together as a featurette SPORTORAMA.

Bob Chester And The Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© March 21, 1941 Betty Bradley and Bill Darnell sing on two numbers: "On The Sunny Side of the Street" & "Deep River", with a swing of "Chesterboogie"

Bob Crosby And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-13m-(Headliner)-May 25, 1938 Includes "How'dja Like to Love Me?", "Pagan Love Song", "Moments Like This" and others with Kay Weber also singing and Ray Bauduc drumming

Bombalera (Noel Madison) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Johnnie Johnston, Olga San Juan, Mikhael Rasumny & others])-December 1944 (general release 2/9/45) (Academy Award Nominee) Olga stars as "La Bomba", hitting it big at a night club and posing as a Cuban entertainer, in this fluffy musical nonsense with plenty of dancing

Bonnie Lassie (William Shea) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [[David Books, Gloria Saunders & Joa Woodbury])-October 6, 1944 An evil emissary tries to break up a Scottish romance

Bonnie Scotland (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 25, 1916 Pre-war Scottish tour

Boogie Woogie (Noel Madison) Technicolor-17m-(Musical Parade [Robert Benchley, Barbara Matthews, Carmelle Bergstrom, Roland Dupree & others])-June 15, 1945  While his wife is away, Robert lets his kids go out jitterbugging.

Booklovers (Joseph Santley & Joseph Tours) bw-8m-(1-reel Act [Santley & Sawyer])-June 15, 1929 Toys come to life and dance

Bordeaux To Lourdes (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© December 29, 1920 (filmed summer '19) Starts at the big bridge across the Garonne River. Also a French fox hunt.

Born Hunters (Pandora Pictures; Robert Hinkle; narrator: Tex Williams) Eastmancolor-20m-(Special)-© December 31, 1963 Produced in 1961. Doggie tale

Boro-Bodor And The Bromo (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 18, 1921 Covers the area that is now Indonesia

Boston: The Freedom Trail (TR Productions) color-16m-(Treasury Of Travels)-© June 19, 1968

Bow Jests (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© April 1, 1962

Bowling Skill (Jack Eaton; narr: Ted Husing) bw-9+m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 26, 1940 Duckskins and other techniques are shown on Hollywood lawns. Includes Earl Carroll's Beauties working it as well as professionals like Gene Gagliardi

Boyhood Days (Joseph Santley) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Borrah Minevitch & his Musical Rascals])-January 26, 1929

Boyhood Thrills (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 10, 1954 Various scenes of turtle hunting in Florida and circus work.

The Boys' Big Club (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 28, 1920

Brains Can Be Beautiful (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-May 30, 1947 Profiles multi-talented Jinx Falkenburg, Jacqueline "Jackie" Cochran  and writer Eve Curie

Braving Blazes (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-January 8, 1917 (filmed '16)

Bread Lines In Orient And Occident (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 11, 1917 Filmed in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) circa 1909-12

Breaking Even (Aubrey Scotto) bw-18m-(2-reel Act [Tom Howard & George Shelton])-© September 29, 1932 In one of his funnier comedies, Tom plays a looney storekeeper (with empty shelves and no products to sell!) who prevents a very depressed friend from killing himself. Later, Tom winds up in the mental hospital paddy wagon for being too optimistic for his own good.

Breaking The News (John A. Haeseler & Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-August 25, 1939

Breaking The Language Barrier (United States Air Force Air Photographic and Charting Service- narrator: Brigadier General James Stewart) bw-14+m-(Special)-December 1961 (Academy Award Nominee) Distributed by Paramount in April 1965. Covers aerial maneuvers in the Far East

Bred Winners (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© August 1, 1963

Breezing Through Bavaria (John Savage) color-9m-(Travel Adventure)-© December 1, 1966

Breezy Little Bears (John A. Haeseler; narrator: Frank Crumit) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-December 27, 1940 The names are Horace, Herman & Herbert

Breezy Rhythm (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Hal Kemp & Maxine Gray])-April 10, 1936

Bridge It Is (Aubrey Scotto) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [The Musketeers Quartet])-May 13, 1932 Singing in the locker room of a golf course, followed by a talkative bridge game

Bridget's Blunder (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-October 16, 1916

Bring 'Em Back Sober (Mack Sennett, producer; Babe Stafford) bw-18m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-November 18, 1932 Even Jackie the lion pops into this bar set comedy, featuring Marjorie Beebe, Arthur Stone, Mel Koontz & Matt McHugh.

Britannia’s Athletic Cadets (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 16, 1953 (completed ’52) Covers the Royal Naval College

British Egypt (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 20, 1916 Cairo in 1906

Broadway Highlights No. 1 (Fred Waller; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-May 17, 1935 Composite of mostly previously released clips, including Jack Benny, Al Jolson, Max Baer, Sophie Tucker & Earl Carroll

Broadway Highlights No. 2 (Fred Waller; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-June 28, 1935 Comedy bits: Grace Moore, Beatrice Lillie, Ed Sullivan, Milton Berle, Mitzi Green, George Jessel, Norm Talmadge, Floyd Gibbons & others

Broadway Highlights No. 3 (Fred Waller; co-ed: Milton Hocky & Carl Timin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© August 8, 1935 The Lambs Club perform for the radio with the Earl Carroll show.

Broadway Highlights No. 4 (Fred Waller; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© September 26, 1935 Performances at the Cotton Club including Claude Hopkins Orchestra. Also Nina Mae McKinney singing "Good for Nothin' Joe" and Cora La Redd dancing to "Trucking" with a chorus line. FILM DAILY also lists Ray Perkins, Abe Lyman & Richard Himber.

Broadway Highlights No. 5 (Fred Waller; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Paramount Varieties)-December 13, 1935 Stars arrive at the opening of "Jumbo" at the Hippodrome

Broadway Highlights No. 6 (Fred Waller; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-April 3, 1936 High spots of the "Main Stem"

Broadway Highlights No. 7 (Fred Waller; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-September 4, 1936 Another NYC high life tour

Broadway Highlights No. 8 (Fred Waller; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© December 11, 1936

Broadway Knights (---) bw-10m-(Headliner [Yacht Club Boys])-February 23, 1934

A Broadway Romeo (Mort Blumenstock) bw-15m-(2-reel Act [Jack Benny])-March 28, 1931 Jack Benny, his finances at a low ebb, watches a newsstand for a friend and picks up a young lady customer, equally broke.

Bronco Kids (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) Technicolor-8m-(Sports in Action)-© November 1, 1964

Broncs And Brands (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 3, 1944 Horse race reel

Brooklyn, I Love You (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-October 4, 1946  Baseball in New York.

Brown Gravy (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Roberta Hyson, Sam McDaniel & The Georgia Jubilee Singers])-November 23, 1929 A fortune teller tries to weasel cash from a widow

Buenoa Aires (Paramount Travel Pictures #19) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-August 1915

Buenos Aires, Argentina (Paramount Travel Pictures #33) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-© November 17, 1915

Bugs, My Dear! (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon)-April 21, 1928

Building Winners (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© August 18, 1932 This was the first Grantland Rice short released through Paramount after some legal battles Rice had with former co-producer Van Beuran and distributor RKO. The “Sportlights” date back to late 1921 (with Weiss Bros.-Artclass distribution and Pathé taking over in 1923, later merging with RKO). These were the most popular sports-reels of the era and Paramount even kept them going two years past Rice’s death in 1954.

Bullmania (Aubrey Scotto) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Billy House])-August 15, 1931 Billy gets into a Spanish bullfight but tries to use a fake bull for safety,

Bum Voyage (Ray Cozine & Frank Cambria) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Lester Allen])-June 3, 1932

Bundle From Brazil (John A. Haeseler) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© January 2, 1948 (completed ’47) Tale of a pet coatimundi.

A Bundle Of Blues (Fred Waller) bw-9m-(Headliner [Duke Ellington’s Orchestra])-September 1, 1933 Filmed May 23, 1933, this is a classic Duke Ellington reel with his performance of the title song done straight, followed by Ivie Anderson crooning "Stormy Weather" against some clever impressionisting rainy footage. Dancers Florence Hill and Bessie Dudley add a lively finish.

Bungalow Troubles (Sennett Comedies- Albert Austin) bw/silent-20m-(Billy Bevan & others)-December 26, 1920

Bungalowing (---) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-June 1917 Co-starring William Slade

Bunkered (VBK [Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew]) bw/silent-2 reels-(VBK Comedy)-© July 12, 1919

Burglars (Briggs Pictures- John William Kelette) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© November 1, 1919

Busse Rhythm (Leslie M. Roush & Herbert Moulton) bw-10m-(Headliner [Henry Busse & Orchestra])-© October 7, 1938 Includes "Blue Hawaii", "Hold Your Hats", "Figaro" (with Don Huston) & "Hot Lips"

Bustling Brussels (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 7, 1920 (filmed summer '19)

Busy Little Bears (John A. Haeseler; narratr: Frank Crumit) Magnicolor-10m-(Paragraphic [Paramount Varieties #1003])-© October 20, 1939 (Academy Award Winner)(One Reel) The antics of three black bears with a badger, porcupine and skunk.

The Butcher Boy (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-30m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-April 23, 1917 This is the first setting with Fatty the owner and Buster an annoying customer. Later the gags move to a girls school with Fatty in drag.

Buying A Dog (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10+m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 19, 1941 (Film Daily review) Profiles a variety of breeds including the unusual Komondor and the elegant Bedlington

By Appointment (Mort Blumenstock & Max E. Hayes) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Ritchie Craig & Lillian Bond])-November 1, 1930 A cheap guy takes his date to an automat for New Years!

By Golly! (Sennett Comedies- Charles Murray) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Murray, Fanny Kelly, Joseph Belmont, Al Cooke & others)-June 6, 1920

The Byways Of France (John Savage) color-9m-(Travel Adventure)-© May 1, 1966

 

Bowling Skill: The Grantland Rice Sportlights are scattered all over the place in the home video market, so good prints are hard to obtain.



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Posted 19 January 2016 - 04:23 PM

Cab Calloway's Hi-De-Ho (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner)-August 21, 1934 After a wild performance on a train's sleeping car of "Zaz Zuh Zaz", Cab tells the porter (Fredi Washington) to buy his wife a radio so she won't miss him while he is away... and become the "Lady with the Fan"  with more than just Cab's radio performance in her own home. (Guess who winds up there besides the radio?)

Cab Calloway's Jitterbug Party (Fred Waller) bw-8m-(Headliner)-May 22, 1935  First Cab performs at the Cotton Club, then at a apartment party of lots of dancing to his 1934 smash hit "The Jitterbug".

Cab Waiting (Norman Taurog) bw-17m-(2-reel Act [Jack Benny])-June 2, 1931 (BoxOffice review) In an erudite driver's taxi, Jack Benny shares a ride with a very pretty and delightfully flirtatious young lady.

The Cabaret Of Old Japan (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 2, 1919 Reissued by M.J. Winkler in 1924

Caliente Love (Mack Sennett, producer; George Marshall) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-March 9, 1933 After interferring with her wedding, ex-love interest Walter Catlett joins Joyce Compton and Eddie Nugent on their honeymoon in Aguas Caliente. Mona Maris plays a Mexican **** and Paul Porcasi her husband.

California Giants (Justin Herman; editor: Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-January 28, 1938 Visiting the redwood trees

California's Golden Beginning (William H. Coleman & Cecil B. DeMille) Technicolor-20m-(Academy Film Project [John Eldridge, Louise Jean Heydt, Harold Vermilyea & others])-August 1948 Glossy travelogue/historical reel with some borrowed clips from DeMille features.

Call Again (Al Christie Film- J.A. Howe) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Edward Everett Horton])-October 20, 1928

Call Me Skinny (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© June 25, 1953 Covers jokey training at Hialeah in Florida

Calling All Animals (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-January 7, 1949 (completed ’48) Mostly in the barnyard

Calling On The Sphynx (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 24, 1921 Egyptian tour of 1920

Camera Thrills (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-October 15, 1930

Camping (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-September 10, 1917

Camping Out (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-2 reels-(Fatty Arbuckle)-© December 31, 1918

Campus Cuties (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Engle, William Blaisdale, Billy Dooley, Vera Steadman & others])-April 7, 1928 Featured in the SlapHappy DVD series with Engle and William playing detectives

Campus Mermaids (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 7, 1945  Covers a the Tarpon girls swim club in Florida. As Film Daily’s reviewer reported (9-17): "The sight of so many pretty gals in swimming togs will make the men rejoice no end."

Cane Fields Of Calamba (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 12, 1919 Probably filmed 1917 (Philippines tour)

Canine IQ (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 3, 1952

Canine Sketches (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 28, 1941  Focuses on retrievers.

Canine Thrills (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© February 3, 1933 Dog vs. Bird, opening with a cute battle between a Scottie and a macaw and leading to Carolina duck hunting scenes

Canine-Feline Capers (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 27, 1945 Kitty boxing is the highlight. Also Hollywood's Daisy and other doggies

Canning Scenery (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 26, 1919

Canning Time In California (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 10, 1917

Canton And Shanghai (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 17, 1917 (filmed ’13)

Captain Henry’s Radio Show (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner)-Aug 11, 1933 Featuring Lanny Ross, Annette Hanshaw & Don Voorhees

Caribbean Capers (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker [Tom Ewell])-© November 11, 1949 Ewell visits Curacao in this semi-travelogue

Caribbean Cruise (Lester Fuller) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Olga San Juan & Jimmy Lydon])-December 17, 1943 (completed August) Impressive set designs by Hans Dreier and Haldane Douglas makes this an impressive color mini-musical set on a cruise ship with multiple romances going on. In addition to the leads are Mabel Paige, Eric Blore, Marie McDonald, the Triana Dancers & Jose Barrosa's Orchestra

Carnival In Brazil (Stanley Simmons) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© March 6, 1942 Travelogue of Rio de Janeiro's carnival

Carnival In Quebec (National Film Board of Canada; Jean Palardy) color-12m-(Special)-January 1957 Acquired for Paramount release, September 1, 1960

The Carnival Man (George Abbott) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Walter Houston])-February 23, 1929

Carolina Court Champs (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Sportlight)-© March 15, 1956 (completed ’55) Tennis reel.

Catalina Interlude (Alvin Ganzer) Technicolor-18m-(Musical Parade [Richard Webb, Virginia Maxey, Jimmy Dorsey’s Orchestra])-October 1, 1948 (completed May) An actress's daughter runs away to sing with a band while a detective followiing her falls in love with her. With Richard Keene, Bernadene Hayes & Pat Phelan in support

The Cataract Of Iguason (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 13, 1919

Catch ‘Em And Eat ‘Em (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 7, 1944 Fishing not just fish but oysters and frogs too

Catch ‘Em Young (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-November 3, 1932 (Film Daily review) Per reviews, Grantland Rice narrates this look at sports greats aiding the young. Jack Dempsey and Yale's Albie Booth are featured.

Catching And Canning Oregon Salmon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 23, 1917

Catching Trouble (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 8, 1936 Spotlights Ross Allen catching bear and bobcat in Florida for zoos

Catching Up In Canton (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 9, 1921 (filmed '20) In China

Catching Whoppers (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 13, 1939 Filmed in Gaymas of Mexico

Cavalcade Of Music (Fred Waller) bw-9m-(Headliner)-October 4, 1935 Crash course on pop music going back to black spirituals

Celestial Contrasts (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 19, 1919 Profiles warfare in China during the summer of 1917, with the "coppers" of Kowloon under command of a Sikh of India

The Chairman's Wife (Julian Holloway, producer [UK co-production]; Gerry O'Hara) color-28m-(Drama with David de Keyser, Fiona Lewis, John Osborne & Zena Walker)-December 1971

Champagne For Two (Mel Epstein) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [George Reeves, Lita Baron & Griff Barnett])-June 13, 1947 (Academy Award Nominee) Amusing musical antics at a nightclub (including a cow and its front and back-end boys in costume). The owner (Reeves) wants to escape the joint for a vacation with his wife, but a report of a potential robbery has him stuck.

Champagne Music Of Lawrence Welk (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-January 12, 1939 (completed ’38)

Champion Air-Hoppers (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 28, 1938 Features glider Lucretia Buxton

Champion Irish Thoroughbreds (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Sportlight)-© September 24, 1955

Château Thierry And Beyond (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 29, 1919 Much fighting here on the French front in July 1918 with Holmes’ camera crew documenting the damage

Cheaper To Rent (Howard Bretherton) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Willie, West & McGinty])-September 17, 1931

Checking A Safe (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Harry Richman])-April 18, 1931

Chile (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© November 10, 1939 Visiting Santiago and its Jockey Club

Chimmie Fadden (Famous Players- Cecile B. DeMille) bw/silent-40m-(Victor Moore)-June 28, 1915 Rare "featurette" by the famous director, now thought to be a lost film. Followed by the longer (more feature length) CHIMMIE FADDEN OUT WEST. With Raymond Griffith, Mrs. Lewis McCord, Ernest Joy, Anita King & others

Chimp Champs (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 4, 1936  Frank Buck present views of various monkeys and apes

A Chinatown Fantasy (Frank Cambria) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Eddi Miller & Ben Dora])-July 5, 1930 Tunes: “He’s So Unusual” & “What’s the Use of Dreaming?” with the Children of China

Choosing Canines (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 13, 1952

Chop Chop (Gold Dolphin-Winikfilm- Richard Winik; camera: Peter Garbarini; narrator: Chris Schenkel) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© September 1, 1967 Michael di Pasquale heads a karate school in New Jersey

Chords Of Melody (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-May 6, 1930

Christian Crusaders In Constantinople (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© March 3, 1921 (filmed June 1920)

Circus Co-Ed (Eddie M. Davis; narrator: Bud Hulick) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-March 13, 1939 Features the Clarkonians doing trapeze work

The Circus Comes To Town (Jack Kofoed; narrator: Ford Bond) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-June 25, 1937 Includes Clyde Beatty & his big cats

Circus Day (Briggs Pictures- John William Kelette) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© November 1, 1919

Circus Hoodoo (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Arvid Gillstrom) bw-21m-(Harry Langdon)-February 16, 1934  Harry & Vernon Dent hide from gangsters in the circus. With Eleanor Hnt, Matthew Betz, Diana Seaby, James Morton & Tom Kennedy

City Dude (Briggs Pictures- John William Kelette) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© October 13, 1919

City Of Algiers (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 5, 1921 (filmed '20)

City Of Ball Tossers (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 22, 1951 Covers Denver CO basketball

The City Of Beautiful Girls (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© November 16, 1950 Visiting Cypress Gardens in Florida

Cleaning Up (Al St. John) bw/silent-2 reels-(Al St. John)-© February 14, 1920

Cleaning Up (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Harry Edwards) bw-18m-(Chester Conklin Comedy)-September 27, 1930 Chester’s co-stars are Mark Swain & Gibson Gowland as street sweepers battling it out.

The Cliff Dwellers Of America (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 7, 1916 This New Mexico tour is the first “official” Paramount-Holmes travelogue. As reported by W.W. Hodkinson in Motion Picture News (January 8, 1916): "It is our aim to make the Paramount-Burton Holmes Travel Pictures short, to offer plenty of variety, and to bring out the human interest in the life of the countries to be visited on what we might call 'Our Easy Chair Journeys' ". Also the article went to to say:  “Practically eight months of the year, Mr. Holmes devotes to the search for something new, picturesque, or awe-inspiring. With his two associates, Oscar Bennett Depue, lantern operator and camera expert, and Louis Francis Brown, business manager, Mr. Holmes is said to have traveled more than two and a half million miles.”

Climate Chasers (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-July 9, 1931 Shows how birds have special senses in migration

Climbing The Austrian Alps (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 28, 1916 Material may go back to 1909-10. Also includes a trip to Salzburg

Clinching A Sale (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Harry Richman, June O'Dea & Constance Trevor)-April 18, 1931 A broom salesman sings through his job

Close Decisions (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 25, 1951 Training of baseball umpires at Bill McGowan's and George Barr's schools

Close Harmony (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [The Boswell Sisters])-January 9, 1932 (filmed '31)

The Cloud (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-April 20, 1919 Percy Shelly’s poem is brought to life with images of clouds and landscapes.

Clouds That Smile (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-December 8, 1918

Club Continental (Café Internationl) (Fred Waller & Leslie M. Roush) bw-9m-(Headliner [Leon Belasco & Orchestra])-September 14, 1934 With Geo Givet, Vivien Janice & Grace Barry

Cocoanuts And Copra (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 1, 1920 Filmed in Somoa by Herford T. Cowling. Focus on the Harbor of Apia.

The Cockeyed News #1 (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Eddie Cantor])-July 9, 1930 Spoof newsreel

Cocktail Party (---) color-8+m-(Sports in Action)-January 1965

Coffee And Aspirin (Casey Robinson) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Solly Ward])-April 8, 1932

Cold Turkey (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-19m-(Phil L. Ryan All-Star [Joseph Cawthorne])-December 1, 1933 The turkey is hardly cold and very much alive as a pesky bird causing raffle owner Cawthorne trouble. With Charlotte Mineau & Blanche Payson.

College Queen (George Templeton) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Tom Cannon & Cindy Harris])-May 17, 1946  (Academy Award Nominee) A tap-ancer at a state university picks a struggling waitress with dancing talents as “queen”. Songs include "I'm Learning a Lot in College" and "Down the Old Ox Road."

Collegiate Circus Champs (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 14, 1953

Collie (Adele Nathan) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© February 21, 1936 Shows the dog tending sheep and showing its skills

Colorful Ceylon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 7, 1917 Material first shown in 1909.

Colombia (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© July 21, 1939 Includes some of the highest peaks in South America

Come Back To Erin (Kathleen FitzPatrick) color-20m-(Treasury Of Travels)-© February 20, 1968 (completed '67)

Come Watch With Me The Passing Night (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© August 15, 1919

Commuting (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-June 18, 1917 Co-starring William Slade

Commuting For Adventure (Richard Matt) Technicolor-10m-(High Topper Special)-© August 1, 1964

Company (Briggs Pictures- John Joseph Harvey) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© September 27, 1919

Con In Economy (Town & Country Films) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© June 17, 1919

Coney Island (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-34m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-October 29, 1917 Great use of the locale for a variety of action.

Confessions Of A Chorus Girl (Al Christie Film) bw-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances & Margaret Lee])-February 4, 1929

Confounded Interest (Mort Blumenstock) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Raymond Caverly])-October 11, 1930

Coo-Coo News (---) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© January 21, 1935 Spoof on newsreels

The Cook (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-3 reels-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-September 15, 1918  Partially found in segments today with classic moments in a kitchen and later amuement park. Buster even poses as a belly dancer and Fatty tributes Salome.

Copacabana Revue (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© November 21, 1941 

Cops! And Robbers! (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 25, 1938

Costa Rica (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© December 2, 1938

Country Cop (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© December 20, 1950 Following Bert Evans do his job in Fleington, New Jersey

Country Hero (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-2 reels-(Fatty Arbuckle)-© December 13, 1920

Country Life (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© February 21, 1947 (completed ’46) Humorous commentary by farm critters with plenty of "meat" jokes the turkeys and pigs don't find funny

Country Life In Bohemia (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 29, 1921 (filmed summer '20)

Courting Trouble (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-19m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-October 27, 1932 Charlie Murray is in court after sneaking to a lodge meeting behind his wife's (Alice Ward) back and winds up playing her "role". His buddy Arthur Stone helps him. Otto Hoffman plays judge and Aggie Herring plays mother-in-law, along with Matt McHugh, Harry Bowen among others.

Cow Camp Ballads (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-September 7, 1929 Cowhands on trail to Hollywood sing tunes like "La Cucaracha", "The Old Chisholm Trail, "Blood Song", among others.

The Cow Jumped Over The Moon (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-October 14, 1917

Cowboy Crazy (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© September 8, 1950  Humorous look at the cowboy fads on television, kids' get-ups and even Hopalong Cassidy bubble gum.

Cowboy Shorty (Leslie Rousch & Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-9m-(Paragraphic)-October 6, 1937 A chimp out west

 

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Cradle Of Champions (narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 14, 1940 Children learn sports: Boy Scouts on horseback, Dean Cromwell coaching track in California, Navy instruction from Spike Webb, skiing by Dartmouth coaches

Crazy Compositions (Walton Butterfield) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Fuzzy Knight])-April 11, 1931

Crazy Doings (Al Christie Film- Eddie Baker) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley])-March 23, 1929

Crazy To Fly (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon])-September 17, 1927

Crime Control (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Robert Benchley)-April 11, 1941 Police Sgt. Benchley shows us the antisocial potential of inanimate objects such as shoelaces and handkerchiefs. Ruth Lee co-stars.

Crime Fighters (Leslie M. Roush & Charles T. Trego; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-May 23, 1938 Following the San Francisco police on the job

Crowning Melodies (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Gieradorf Sisters])-March 16, 1929

The Cruise Of The Aki Maru (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 19, 1918 (filmed '17)

Cruise To Vera Cruz (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 11, 1921

Cruising The Arctic (Charles Mintz) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty)-May 5, 1928

Cruising Through The Philippines To Cebu, Ilioila And Zambangu (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 22, 1916 (filmed spring ’13)

Cue Master (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© April 1, 1965

Cupid’s Day Off (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Kline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-January 12, 1919 (completed ’18)

Curious Colombo (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 30, 1917 India tour pre-1912

Da Vinci (writer: William Goldman) color-28m-(drama)-1996

Dabbling In Art (Sennett Comedies- Erle C. Kenton) bw/silent-2 reels-(Marie Prevost, George O’Hara, Harriet Hammond & others)-January 9, 1921 (completed ’20)

Daddy Knows Best (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-21m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-June 16, 1933 (filmed February) Walter Catlett interfers with his daughter's dating but later needs her boyfriend to rescue him when he somehow winds up pants-less at a married woman's bedroom. With Joyce Compton, Ben Alexander, Dorothy Grainger, Arthur Housman & Richard Cramer

Dad's Choice (Al Christie Film- J.A. Howe) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Edward Everett Horton & others])-January 7, 1928 (completed ’27)

Dame Nature’s Love (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-October 13, 1918

The Dancing Gob (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Buster & John West])-November 7, 1929 Actors are confused with sailors at a navy training center

The Dancing Town (Edmund Lawrence) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Helen Hayes])-October 7, 1928 Hayes is the top star in this dance hall extravaganza, but there is a big cast (watch for the earliest appearance of Humphrey Bogart as a man at the doorway). Much support comes from Clarence Nordstrom, Ada May, Hal Skelly, George LeGuere, Harry Short, among others.

Dangerous Dollars (A. Hazelton Rice) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-June 24, 1940 Covers the crime of counterfeiting

Dangerous Females (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-21m-(Christie Comedy [Marie Dressler & Polly Moran])-November 16, 1929 Still funny early sound comedy with two girls scared when they hear a murderer is in town.

Dangerous Jobs (Fred Rath; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-May 1, 1936 Title says it all. Impressive news footage of precarious occupations

A Day In Florence (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 19, 1919 First post-war tour of Italy

Day Of Battle (Office Of War Information) bw-10m-(War Activities Committee)-October 7, 1943 (Academy Award Nominee) The building, sailing, battles and ultimate death of an American Navy aircraft carrier in the Pacific war are the subjects of this documentary short film. 

A Day With A West Point Cadet (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 21, 1916

Dear Teacher (Joseph Santley) bw-15m-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charles Dale w/ Jack Powell])-May 3, 1929 Rowdy classroom antics with songs “Good Litle Bad Little You” and “Dark Eyes”

Dear Vivian (Al Christie Film- Raymond Kane) bw-21m-(Christie Comedy [Sam Hardy & Raymond Hatton])-June 14, 1929 Comedy about a man helping his business partner get out of a blackmail jam.

Death Valley Thrills (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 8, 1939

Deep Sea Hunt (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© August 1, 1966

Deep Sea Melodies (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Frances Williams & the Yacht Boys])-January 25, 1930

The Dentist (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-20m-(Charles Murray, Charlotte Mineau, James Finlayson, Fanny Kelly & others)-August 17, 1919

The Dentist (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-22m-(W.C. Fields)-December 9, 1932 Definitely “pre-code” Fields with some sexually suggestive drilling done in the chair. Also features Sedna Farley as his assistent, Marjorie Kane as his daughter, Arnold Gray as the iceman and Dorothy Grainger and Elise Cavana as unwilling patients.

Derby Daze (Richard Matt) color-10m-(Travelrama)- © December 31, 1962

Desert Adventure (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 16, 1939 Riding a jalopy with Ken and Walt Wilhelm in the Mohave

Desert Hero (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-2 reels-(Fatty Arbuckle)-© June 13, 1919

Desert Hi Jinks (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 5, 1950 Covers sand skiing and other California sports

Desperate Sam (Ray Cozine) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Bert Gordon])-March 29, 1930 A cowardly “easterner” brags to his girl of his western exploits. With Tabatha Goodwin, Dorothy Dare & Roy DeLeon

Destination Island X (narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(War Activities Committee)-December 23, 1943 Profiles the Navy as recruitment

Detective Tom Howard Of The Suicide Squad (Mort Blumenstock) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Tom Howard])-© June 6, 1933

The Devil Sea (Mort Blumenstock) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Ethel Merman & Leslie Stowe])-February 28, 1931

Diamond Dust (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 12, 1939 Brooklyn Dodgers emphasize the importance in wrist motion. Also shown are Bill Dickey and Joe McCarthy of the Yanks

Diamond Girls (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 18, 1947

Did It Ever Happen To You? (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-January 15, 1917 (filmed '16)

Discovered (Mort Blumenstock; writer: William K. Wells) bw-10+m-(1-reel Act [Solly Ward])-January 17, 1931 (completed '30) Solly gets fussy of her husband's indiscretions

Dive-Hi Champs (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 1, 1946 (Academy Award Nominee) Covers divers of al kinds  including ladies jumping the 50-foot Panama Canal

Diving Demons (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 6, 1940 Slow-motion shots of swimmers

Divorce Made Easy (Al Christie Film- Neal Burns & Walter Graham) bw-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Douglas MacLean, Marie Prevost, Johnny Arthur, Frances Lee, Dot Farley, Jack Duffy, Buddy Wattles & Hal Wilson])-July 6, 1929

Dixie Golf Circle On The Dixieland Trail (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) Technicolor-15m-(Sports in Action)-© November 27, 1968

Dixie Pointers (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-February 21, 1946 (completed ’45) Dogs hunt quail

The Dizzy Diver (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley, Eddie Baker, Jane Laurell, Glen Cavender & Eddie Clayton])-August 18, 1928 Antics of a lazy sailor cleaning in the ocean

Dizzy Sights (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bill Dooley])-December 27, 1927

Dobbin Steps Out (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 8, 1950 Features talented horses and their trainers at the Kansas City including professionals Mrs. Loula Long Combs and teen Linda Baker.

Dog Crazy (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle) bw-11m-(Speaking of Animals)-October 3, 1947  Sterling Holloway (familiar voice in Disney cartoons and star in many shorties for Universal and Columbia) owns a talking dog whom he must share an inheritance with. His whole story is told on the psychiatrist's couch. Unlike many others in this series, this has more of a storyline (like THE LONESOME STRANGER).

The Dog Eaters Of Benguet (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 1, 1916 Featuring the Igorrote tribes (in Phillipines, 1913) who do so "because it is cleaner than than pig". Motion Picture News’ review warned that the material here was quite graphic. More tranquil were shots of Mrs. Kelley's school for girls in the mountains.

A Dog Is Born (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 3, 1939 Unusual Sportlight that resembles one of the other Paramount docu-reels: a litter of German shepherds are followed from puppyhood to adulthood as a Hollywood star, herder of cows, police dog, army and guard dogs and show winner

The Dog-gonnest Dog (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 18, 1952 (completed ’51)

The Dollar Bottom (Rocking Horse [UK co-production]- Roger Christian) color-33m-(Drama with Robert Urquhart & Rikki Fulton)-February 1981 (Academy Award winner) Students at a 1950s British boarding school make up an insurance scheme that is more successful than they bargain for

Don’t Believe It (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [James Gleason, Lucille Webster & John Litel])-February 8, 1930 Husband must explain his reted taxi from Florida

Don't Play Bridge With Your Wife (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-18m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-January 12, 1933 (filmed December '32) Marjorie Beebe is highlighted here as this comic look at wifies through the ages going back to Stone Ages times and King Henry VIII. Also Nora Lane, Ruthelma Stevens, Cornelius Keefe, Bud Jameson & others

Don’t Weaken! (Sennett Comedies- Malcolm St. Clair) bw/silent-20m-(Ford Sterling, James Finlayson, Charles Murray, Fanny Kelly, Harriet Hammond & Joseph Belmont)-September 5, 1920 Sterling is a dance instructor Professor Yonson with assistant Finlayson and they get involved with some rich folks.

The Door Knocker (Edward Cline; story: Frances Hyland) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Al St.John])-May 26, 1932 Al is a book agent daling with a variety of characters. Douglass Dumbrille plays a gangtser, Francetta Malloy & Wilfred Lytell are newleyweds, Walter Fenner is sales manager and Chester Clute a clerk, among others.

Double Barrelled Sport (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin & Rod Warren; narrator: Bill Slater & Ralph Bellamy) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-February 20, 1948 (completed ’47)

Double Rhythm (George Templeton) bw-20m-(Musical Parade [Lee Dixon & Helen Boyce, Ela & Eileen Nilsson])-July 19, 1946 Twins want to work at a night clunb but mother wants them to be "high society" but Daddy thinks otherwise

Doubling In The Quickies (Mack Sennett, producer; Babe Stafford) bw-19m-(Mack Sennett omedy)-December 16, 1932 Marjorie Beebe tries to get into Hollywood, leaving her boyfriend (Lloyd Hamilton) lonely. Los of stunt gags as she gets stuck on the "rough end" of the business. Also Ted Strobach as a director, Bud Jamisn as "Muscle McGrew", Harry Bowen, Joe Young, Arthur Stone (stuttering in his role) & Aggie Herring as Mother.

The Doughnut That Did It (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 21, 1919

Down On The Farm (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Tex Avery; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-August 18, 1941 (Academy Award Nominee) All of our farmyard familiars have something to say (via animated mouths)

Down South In New Zealand (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 29, 1918 (filmed April '17)

Down Stream Highway (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 2, 1950

Down The Danube To Vienna (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 17, 1916 This footage may date back to 1910

Down The Yukon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 1, 1918 (filmed September 1917)

Down With Husbands! (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Johnny Arthur, Bert Roach & Frances Lee])-March 8, 1930 Adapted from a vaudeville sketch of husbands getting strikebreakers tostop their wives from leaving

Dr. Quack (Al Christie Film- Robert Kerr) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jimmie Adams & Billy Engle])-August 27, 1927

Dream Stuff (Mack Sennett, producer; William Beaudine) bw-16m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-May 12, 1933 Water Catlett tries to woo the ladies with help from his friend. A dream scene involves a duel. With Joyce Compton, Franklin Pangborn, among others.

Dresden Dolls (Frank Cambria) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Maria “Gamby” Gambarelli wih Morley & Dorothy])-March 26, 1930 (Variety review) Miniatures in a china closet become dancing humans

The Dress ([UK co-production]- Eva Sereny; writer: Robert Smith) color-30m-(Comedy with Michael Palin)-March 1984

Drifting Along (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-September 3, 1930

Drilling For Girls In Texas (Justin Herman) bw-9m-(Pacemaker)-© October 8, 1954

Duck Fever (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) Technicolor-7m-(Sports in Action)-© July 1, 1967

Ducky Dear (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-19m-(Phil L. Ryan All-Star [Sidney Toler, Mae Busch, Harry Myers, Heinie Conklin & others])-September 1, 1933

The Duke Of Dublin (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-13m-(Christie Comedy [Charles Murray])-February 1, 1930 Irish ditch digger becomes a sudden millionaire

The Dunker (Aubrey Scotto) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Billy House])-April 1, 1932

East Lynn With Variations (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Kline) bw/s-2 reels-(Ben Turpin, Marie Prevost, Heinie Conlin, Tom Kennedy & Alice Lake)-February 23, 1919

East Of Suez (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 9, 1917 Pre-war material

Easy Curves (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy)-November 12, 1927 Featured in the SlapHapy DVD series with Billy Dooley playing a sailor and Vera Steadman as his sweetheart, antics with cops, a fashion show and bicycles.

Easy On The Eyes (Mack Sennett, producer; George Marshall) bw-19m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-Feb 17, 1933 Rich tycoon Franklin Pangborn gets into a boxing match with avaitor Eddie Nugent. Nora Lane & Dorothy Grainger are lead ladies. Charlie Sullivan is Tom the sparring partner and Harry Bernad as butler.

Easy On The Ice (Leslie M. Roush) bw-(Headliner [Henry King & Shirley Foster])-January 3, 1938 (completed ’37)

Eddie Peabody And His College Charms (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act)-March 16, 1929 Banjo performance

The Elegy (Charles Mintz- Andrew S. Stone) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty)-August 6, 1927

Elmer Takes The Air (Ray Cozine) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Stubby Kruger & Assen Jordanoff])-July 18, 1931 A fool tries to mimic Lindbergh

Equador (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© September 1, 1939

Esmeralda (Famous Players- James Kirkwood) bw/silent-39m-(Mary Pickford & others)-September 6, 1915

Everything’s Ducky (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© December 28, 1951 Comic antics with the feathered crowd

Excuses (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-November 28, 1930

The Expert (Richard Matt) color-10m-(Travel Adventure)-© October 1, 1965

Exquisite Lake Louise (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 26, 1917 (filmed late summer ’16)

 

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Face Value (Charles Mintz) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty)-July 21, 1928

Faint Heart And Fair Lady (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-November 24, 1917 Co-starring Davy Don & Claire Adams

Fair And Square Ways (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Eddie Miller])-May 2, 1931 A golf pro sings through his performance. With J.P. Murray, Barry Trivers & Ben Oakland

Fairway Champions (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 6, 1949 Golf reel

Fairy Foreland (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© December 25, 1921

False Alarm Fire Company (Joseph Santley; Bert Calmer & Harry Ruby) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-January 30, 1929 (Variety review) The popular duo act their popular comedy sketch as the laziest firemen. With Mary Williams & Harry Short

False Impressions (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-21m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-November 8, 1932 Marjorie Beebe and Dorothy Granger play song pluggers at a department store trying to avoid suitor Lloyd Hamilton and pretend to be countesses at a party with Edmund Burns, who also insn't wh he seems. Also Herman Bing & Julia Griffith

The Family Next Door (Monte Brice) bw-14m-(2-reel Act [Charles Ruggles])-January 11, 1930 (completed '29) Neighboring couples get involved in each other's fights, furniture swirling. With Evelyn Wilson, Warren Ashe & Mary Charles

Famous People At Play (Justin Herman) bw-1 reel-(Paramount Varieties)-© June 13, 1935

Fan Fare (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 15, 1945 Sports quiz reel

Fantasy (Charles Mintz- Andrew L. Stone) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty [Charlotte Stevens])-October 15, 1927

Farewell Vienna (Fredrick Feher) bw-10m-(Paragraphic / Symphonic Series)-© June 23, 1939

Farmers Of Formosa (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 26, 1920 (filmed ’18) Mostly Chinese laborers under Japanese control on the tea plantations. Also rice and sugar harvesting shown.

Faro Nell, Or, In Old Californy (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Louise Fazenda, Jack Luden, Frank Rice, Harry Woods & Charles Mack])-September 29, 1929 (Film Daily review) Western burlesque with Nell falling for multiple cowboys

Farther Down East (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 20, 1950 (completed ’49) Tour of Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec

A Fascinating Adventure (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 25, 1938 More Ross Allen in Florida

Fascinating Finland (John Savage) color-9m-(High Topper Special/Travelrama)-© June 1, 1964

Fascinating Journeys (originally “World Windows”): This British travelogue series, produced by E. S. and F. W. Keller and boasting impressive Technicolor camera work by Jack Cardiff, was initially shown in the United States as “World Windows” through United Artists distribution beginning on October 1, 1938. Areas profiled in series #1 (The Eternal Fire, Fox Hunting In The Roman Campagna, Rome Symphony, Jerusalem, Wanderers Of The Desert, Petra The Lost City, Arabian Bazaar & Ruins Of Palmyra And Baalbek) focused on Italy, the Middle East and India. UA only distributed a second series in England, since the first films were only moderately successful at the American box-office. However Paramount decided to distribute this second series a bit later in 1940-42 as “Fascinating Journeys”. The 10 minute titles (all filmed in 1938-39 and arranged by their British production order but with US release dates listed), are: A Road In India (October 24, 1941), Temples Of India (Indian Temples) (September 4, 1942), Sacred Ganges (December 27, 1940), A Village In India (January 31, 1941), India Durbar (May 15, 1941), Delhi (March 21 1941), Jungle (July 25, 1941), River Thames Yesterday (November 8, 1940) All were made available on 16mm for school use later.

The Fashion Side Of Hollywood (Josef Von Sternberg) bw-20m-(Special)-March 1935 Compilation of screen tests and costumes used in prominent features directed by Sternberg including the most recent: THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN

Fashions In Love (Fred Waller & Milton Hocky) bw-10m-(Screen Souvenirs)-July 24, 1936 Romance in the movies since Edison’s THE KISS

The Fatal Card (Norman Taurog & Max E. Hayes) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Willie & Eugene Howard])-November 8, 1930 Survivors on a ship wreck (four total) draw cards to determine who must be saved and who drowns, since there is only one cracker and one drink left. The survivor himself also runs out of luck in this "blackout" comedy (per Film Daily)

The Fatal Forceps (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Ford Sterling, Bert Roach, Will King & Natalie Joyce])-September 29, 1929 (Film Daily review) A dentist is accused of murdering the saxophone player who drove him crazy.

The Fatal Glass Of Beer (Mack Sennett, producer; Clyde Bruckman) bw-18m-(W.C. Fields)-March 3, 1933 Yukon comedy with plenty of drinking jokes and Rosemary Thelby cast as his wife in a land "ain't fit for man or beast". George Chandler plays the "prodigal" son here and Richard Cramer as Officer Posthlewhistle.

Favorite Melodies (Joseph Santley) bw-6m-(1-reel Act [Ruth Etting])-February 27, 1929 (Variety review) Featuring "That's Him Now" & "My Mother's Eyes"

Feline Athletes (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-February 22, 1935 Both lions and **** cats

Felling Big Trees In California (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 13, 1916

Feminine Class (Justin Herman; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 19, 1946 Covers a variety of all-girl sports

Feminine Fitness (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 3, 1940 (completed ’39)

Feminine Rhythm (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Ina Ray Hutton])-January 18, 1935 (completed ’34)

The Festival Of The Bulls (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-8m-(Sports in Action)-© December 1, 1963 One of a cluster of "running with the bulls" shorts made in San Fermin (Spain) since THAT'S BULLY (Warner Bros., 1948 by the travelogue great André De La Varre) and followed by Universal’s take on it with BULLS OF PAMPLONA in 1965

Fickle Fancy (Sennett Comedies- Erle C. Kenton) bw/silent-2 reels-(Marie Prevost & Harriet Hammond)-© October 18, 1920

Fighting Fannie (Al Christie Film- Robert Kerr) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Anne Cornwall])-January 21, 1928 (completed ’27)

Fighting Fins (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© October 13, 1932

The Fighting Forest Rangers In Arizona (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 27, 1916 This has a bit more "plot" than typical travelogues as we visit a ranger, his wife and "comic" Indian assistant.

Fighting Marlin (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 2, 1936

The Fighting Spirit (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 13, 1942 Navy cadets train at the University of North Carolina before taking the skies

Fiji Does Its Bit (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 20, 1918 (filmed summer '17)

Filipino School Days (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 27, 1919 (filmed '17)

Filming Ferocious Formosans (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 8, 1920 That would be modern Taiwan as it was in late 1918

Find The King (Al Christie Film- J.A. Howe) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Edward Everett Horton])-November 5, 1927

Find What’s Wrong (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© June 17, 1938 Humorous look at movie mistakes.

Finer Points (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-February 27, 1936 Dogs in action

Finn And Caddie (Aubrey Scotto) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Borrah Minevitch)-October 17, 1931

Fire Away, The Story Of A Trotter (Richard Matt) color-20m-(Special)-November 1961 (© April 1, 1962) Horsie reel

Fire Walkers Of Bega (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 27, 1918 Fiji (filmed summer '17)

Fire! Fire! (---) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© October 13, 1919

First Families Of America (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© January 22, 1922 Covers native Americans (Indians as they were labeled at this time) mostly along the Mexican/U.S. border

Fisherman’s Pluck (Homer Grey, producer; Edwin G. Bowen; narrator: Ted Husing) Magnicolor-10m-(Paragraphic)-April 12, 1939 Famous author Zane Grey goes after steel-mouth Trout along Oregon River

Fishing Fever (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-February 28, 1941 Includes trout fishing in New Mexico's Pecos River and McKenzie of Oregon, also Catalina and Boulder Dam

Fit To Be Tied (Ray Cozine) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-May 21, 1930 (Variety review) One of the funniest early Burns & Allen shorts, with Gracie as the nutty sales lady in a department store.

Five Fathoms Of Fun (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 28, 1947 Covers aqualung fishing in Florida

Five Hundred Horses (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© May 20, 1955 Covers race horses across the country.

Flatbush, Florida (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© July 7, 1950

The Fleet That Came To Stay (U.S. Navy- Budd Boetticher) bw-20m-(War Activities Committee)-July 26, 1945

The Flemish Seascape (Sofidoc [Belgium production]- Lucien Deroisy) color-14m-(Travel Adventure)-© December 31, 1966

Flivvering (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-May 1917

Florida Aflame (Justin Herman) bw-9m-(Pacemaker)-© June 3, 1955 Native American pageant in the Sunshine State.

Flying Bodies (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 21, 1934

Flying Horseshoes (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 15, 1953  Showcases horseshoe tossing champ Fernando Isais.

Follow The Game Trail (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 20, 1951 Covers banding geese and pronghorn as well as fish hatcheries

Follow The Leader (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Isham Jones & Orchestra])-July 25, 1935 Virginia Verrill sings.

Food For Thought (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Eddie Allen & Doris Canfield])-September 13, 1930 A waitress woos a vaudevillian in order to break into acting

The Foolish Age (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Finlayson & others)-© March 13, 1919

The Football Fan (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker [Tom Ewell])-September 8, 1949 Battles with a radio and a football bet.

Footlight Fanny (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances Lee & Billy Engle])-February 9, 1929

Footlight Rhythm (Billy Daniel) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [Sally Rawlinson, Kenny O’Morrison & Margaret Field])-April 9, 1948 (completed ’47) More romance back stage, putting on a show. Additional cast: Grady Sutton, Albert Ruiz, Richard Keene & William Meader

For Love Or Money (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-19m-(Christie Comedy [Lois Wilson, Bert Roach & Ernest Wood])-January 4, 1930 (completed ’29) Husband tries to prove to his friend that his wife did that by testing her at the race track.

The Forgotten Man (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Robert Benchley)-May 23, 1941  Benchley is an neglected and expectant father.

Four Smart Dogs (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 8, 1937 Includes a wire haired terrier and a very talented shepherd dog

Foxy Ambrose (Sennett Comedies) bw/silent-2 reels-(Mark Swain)-August 10, 1919

The Framing Of The Shrew (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Edward Thompson, Evelyn Preer, Charles Olden, Spencer Williams & Roberta Hyson])-March 2, 1929 (Motion Picture Herald review) Divorce comedy remotely to Shakespeare

The Franco-British Rhine (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 11, 1920 (filmed summer '19)

Frankie Masters And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-January 22, 1940 (completed ’39) With Marian Frances & the Masters covering all heart: "Says My Heart", "Heart and Soul", "Peg O'My Heart", "Hearts and Flowers", "The Curse of the Aching Heart" and "Key To My eart"

French Fried (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Neal Burns])-September 3, 1927

The French Line (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Gina Malo])-January 24, 1931 Gina from France "vamps" her way through U.S. Customs

Frenchifying Metz (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 1920

Frenzy (Charles Mintz) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty [Mary Carr & Nigel De Brulier])-January 14, 1928 (completed '27)

Fresh From The City (Sennett Comedies- Walter Wright) bw/silent-20m-(Ford Sterling, Marie Prevost, Bert Roach & others)-May 2, 1920

Fresh Water Champs (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 16, 1951

Friend Husband (Sennett Comedies- Walter Wright) bw/s-2 reels-(Charles Murray, Wayland Trask, Mary Thurman, Gene Rogers & others)-© March 23, 1918

Friml Favorites (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Rudolph Friml Jr.])-June 4, 1937 Features compositions by his father with an orchestra: "Chanson", "Only a Rose", "Song of the Vagabonds" and one by him: "Warm Winds"

Frocks And Frills Of The Filipinos (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 22, 1919 Herford T. Cowling likely filmed new footage in the Philippines in 1918. This was part of a series showing their textile work, followed by LUZON LINGERIE.

Frolicking Frogs (Ernest Corts; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 23, 1938 Features acrobatic amphibians

From A Piscatorial Angle (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© September 5, 1920

From A To Zoo (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-September 19, 1945 Like many of the “Speaking of Animals” (before a few were more story-driven post-war), we get an assortment of sight gags with animals cracking jokes with cell-animated mouths. This would otherwise be a standard zoo tour.

From Blarney To Broadstairs (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 25, 1920

From Carlsbad To Moravia (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 7, 1916

From Cocoon To Kimona (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 25, 1919 Japanese silk worms, possibly filmed in 1918 by Herford T. Cowling

From The Atlantic To The Pacific Via The Panama Canal (Paramount Travel Pictures #8) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-© May 15, 1915

From The Bay Of Fundy To The St. Lawrence (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 1, 1917 The coasts of Nova Scotia shot the previous summer and a popular topic in later Paramount Pictorials of the thirties. Also a visit to Ste. Anne Beaupre

From The Minuet To The Big Apple (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Will Hudson & Edgar DeLange)-November 8, 1937

From The Timber Of The Piave (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 15, 1919

The Fronton Games (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 2, 1952 Tour of Mexico City

Fruitful Florida (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 18, 1917 (filmed '15)

Fuel Conservation (---) bw-3m-(War Activities Committee)-November 12, 1942

The Fun Detective (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Dr. Sigmund Spaeth])-April 25, 1931

Fun In The Sun (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© June 1, 1962

Fun On The Farm (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-1949 (released?)

Fun Time (William Shea) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Eddie Foy Jr. & Noel Neill])-May 20, 1944 A small town hoofer makes it in Broadway. Additional acts "putting on a show" include Ames & Arno & Williams & Charles.

Fur, Fur Away (Casey Robinson & Max E. Hayes) bw-18m-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-August 25, 1931 (Variety review) The duo try to succeed up Canadian way as fur traders.

Furlough Fishing (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 25, 1944 Isaak Waltons in uniform is shown in the Florida Keys and the Pacific

The Galata Bridge (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 8, 1921

A Gallant Gob (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy)-May 26, 1928

The Game Bags (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 30, 1945 Bird dogs and bird hunting

Game Trails (Tatiana Tuttle, Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; narrator: Gayne Whitman; music: Abe Myer) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-April 26, 1937 Produced in 1935 before Fairbanks started his “Popular Science” series. This travelogue profiles shooting wild game in Canada with a camera including a moose in slow motion

Gaping Gullets Of Gifu (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 4, 1920 Part of the Japanese tour of Herbert T. Cowling shot prior to early 1919

The Garage (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-25m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-December 15, 1919 Mini-classic set in a garage that has been "borrowed" for many post-1950s documentaries.

Gay Parie In Wartime (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 16, 1919 (filmed June '18) Paris during the thick of it.

Gee Whiz (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-20m-(Charles Murray, Fanny Kelly, Kalla Pasha, Harriet Hammond & Tiny Ward)-April 4, 1920

Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-© January 31, 1941 (completed ’40) With Irene Daye and Howard Dulaney on vocals: "Jungle Madness", "Perfidia", "Hamtranck" & "Call of the Canyon"

Gents Of Leisure (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-2 reels-(Chester Conklin Comedy)-May 9, 1931 Co-starring Vernon Dent as tramps seeking that missing dollar bill

George Olsen And His Music (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© March 8, 1940 Also Jean Blair, the Harrison Sisters, he Bachelors & organist Ronnie Mansfield. Songs: "Horses", "With the Wind and the Rain in Your Hair", "She Broke His Heart of Oak 'Neath the Old Aak Tree" & "Ciribiribin"

Georgian Bay To Winnipeg (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 29, 1917 Includes summertime motorboating amid the Thirty Thousand Islands and fishing in French River, as well as the Manitoba skyline

 

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Getting A Break (Paramount Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Jesse Block & Eve Scully])-May 17, 1930 Two hicks crash Broadway

Getting A Ticket (Mort Blumenstock) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Eddie Cantor])-February 5, 1930 (Variety review) Eddie does a comic routine with the motorcycle cop (Charles Wilson) who stops him.

Getting The Evidence (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-April 4, 1917

Getting Wetter (Homer Groening) Technicolor-10m-(Here's Homer)-© June 19, 1968

Geysers Of The Yellowstone (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 6, 1917 (filmed '15)

GI Fun (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 24, 1943 Shows some of the recreation “our boys” do on furlough. Includes shots of wartime NYC and San Francisco.

The Gingham Girl (Sennett Comedies- James Davis) bw/silent-2 reels-(Louise Fazenda, Bert Roach, Eva Thatcher, Joseph Belmont, Isabelle Keith & others)-April 18, 1920

Glacier Fishing (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 9, 1950 Visiting Jasper National Park

Glasgow To Edinburgh (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 18, 1916 Pre-war Scottish tour

Glimpses Of English Town And Country (Motoring In England) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 11, 1916 Includes pre-war scenes of Oxford and polo playing, followed by Stratford

Glorious Versailles (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 23, 1919 (filmed summer ‘18)

The Gnu Look (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© October 29, 1948 Not just wildebeeste. All critters have fashion comments: hippos and penguins included

Go Ahead And Eat (Ray Cozine & Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-December 10, 1930 (Variety review) Tom gets into a fight with another customer to avoid paying at a diner.

Go Ahead And Sing (Mort Blumenstock & Max E. Hayes) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-October 25, 1930 Tom joins a fiddler in panhandling outside a hospital

Gobs of Love (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley & Vera Steadman])-December 15, 1928

Going Down To Buenos Aires (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 10, 1919

Going Hollywood (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© June 14, 1949 (completed September '48) Mostly Tinsel Town has gone to the dogs... and wolves

Going Some In San Francisco (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 20, 1916 Unusual tour of the city that introduced Holmes' "Speedo" camera, put to great use on canal boat scenes. Also a tour of Market Street, Chinatown and the Panama-Pacific Exposition

Going To Halifax (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 18, 1916 In Nova Scotia (shot summer 1916)

Going To The Sun (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 24 1917

Gold (Margaret Hubbard & Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© February 25, 1938 Covers gold and its many properties

Gold Medal Divers (Sports Illustrated- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© August 1, 1961

Gold Nuggets (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-18m-(Phil L. Ryan All-Star [Walter Catlett, Paul Hurts, Faye Pierre & others])-February 2, 1934

A Gold Star Pilgrimage (Battlefields Of France) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 30, 1920 Special Memorial Day look at France post-war

The Golden Kimono (---) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Mme Tamaki Muiia)-July 20, 1930 (Film Daily review) Opera tale of Hana-San, a young bride who gives up her new golden kimono to help her brother

Golden Slippers (Jerry Hopper) Technicolor-17m-(Musical Parade [Michael Harvey, Alfred Ryder & Mary Edwards])-November 15, 1946 Gangsters force a night club owner to sell out and put people out of work. He can't fund a play and even gets shot, but luck happens unexpectedly for others. Supporting cast: Mikhail Rasumny, Frank Ferguson, Harris & Shore

Good Dog (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 18, 1946 (completed ’45)

Good Looking Winners (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 28, 1938 Retrspective on lady athletes

Good Night, Nurse! (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-26m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-July 8, 1918 Fatty's wife sends him to a sanitarium.

Good Shape (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 6, 1934

Good Skates (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 14, 1939 Features Maribel Vinson and Guy Owen on ice

Goofy Ghosts (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jimmie Adams, Lorraine MacLean,  Billy Engle, Eddie Baker & Curtis 'Snowball' McHenry])-April 28, 1928

Gorge Of Pagsangen (Gorge Of Pagsanjan) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 22, 1918 (filmed summer 1917) Scenic Philippines

The Grand Canyon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 14, 1916

The Great Mines At Cerro De Pasco (Paramount Travel Pictures #21) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-© August 21, 1915

The Great Pants Mystery (Norman Taurog) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-February 14, 1931

Great Scott! (Sennett Comedies- Charles Murray) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Murray, Ford Sterling, Eva Thatcher, Fanny Kelly & others)-August 15, 1920

Green Mountain Speedsters (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) Technicolor-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-June 5, 1953 Covers Montana skiing

Guardians Of The Wilds (Carl Sterns Clancy; narrator: Alan Kent) bw-10m-(Paragraphic [#1006])-© August 29, 1941 Covers the Forest Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture

Guatemala (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© August 12, 1938 Covers Indians working merchantile and in church with contrasts between rural and urban life. This travelogue team previously made a 1934 color "featurette" on Hawaii sporting the same title as Robert C. Bruce's SONG OF THE ISLANDS and a “World in Color” series produced independently.

Gun Play (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© January 1, 1963 (completed ‘62)

Gypsy Holiday (Billy Daniel & Francisco Day) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [Mikhail Rasumny, DeForest Kelley & Nanette Parks])-June 25, 1948 (completed October ’47) Daddy, a violinist, embarrasses son and fiance when attending a gypsy party.

Gypsy Revels (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Yasha Bunchuck])-August 7, 1936 Folks songs and a cello solo. Featuring a cast of 40 in a Russian tavern setting

Hal Kemp And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-November 26, 1938  Features "How I Miss You", "If I Loved You More", "Small Fry" (performed by Judy and Patsy Starr), "Moments Like This" and "Beating Around the Mulberry Bush."

Half Time USA (Winikfilm- Barry Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© May 29, 1968

Half-Back Hannah (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Anne Cornwall])-April 14, 1928

Halfway To Heaven (Noel Madison) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [Betty Rhodes, Johnnie Johnson, Oscar O’Shea, the Four Copelands, Ray Riggs])-© August 25, 1944 Musical Arabian Nights spoof with Johnnie getting the lamp

Hall’s Holiday (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [George Hall’s Orchestra)-April 20, 1938 Dolly Dawn supports at a party celebration Tunes: "Dipsy Doodle", "Good Night Ladies", "Every Day's a Holiday" & "That Moon Is Here Again"

Humburger U (---) color-9m-(Travel Adventure)-© July 1, 1965 Covers a school for hamburger preperation

Hands Of Destiny (E. W. Hammons, producer) bw-10m-(Paragraphic Varieties [#1005])-© July 11, 1941 Curious docu-short on reading palms of the famous. With Dr. Josef Ranald

Hands Of Victory (E. W. Hammons, producer) bw-10m-(Paragraphic Varieties [#1007])-© May 27, 1942 Features expert Josef Renald examining the hands (!) of many military personnel

Hands Of Women (E. W. Hammons, producer) bw-11m-(Headliner)-December 11, 1942 Third of the hand profile films featuring Dr. Josef Ranald

The Happiness Remedy (Ray Cozine & Walton Butterfield) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Ted Lewis & Band])-February 14, 1931 Medicine man sells musical medicine. Tunes include “Tiger Rag” & “Homemade Sunshine”

Happy Heels (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley, Vera Steadman & others])-January 19, 1929

Harbor Of Callao (Paramount Travel Pictures #18) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-© July 30, 1915

Harem Scarem (Edward Cline; story: Frances Hyland) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Al St.John])-June 10, 1932 Arab harem setting here

Hark Ye, Hark (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Ben Berdie & Band])-March 13, 1935 (Film Daily review) Theme "Take a Lesson from the Lark". Features boys singing from different countries.

The Harmony Boys (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [The Smith Brothers])-June 26, 1929 (Variety review)

Harold, Last Of The Saxons (VBK [Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew]- Albert Payson Terhune) bw/silent-2 reels-(VBK Comedy)-© April 19, 1919

Have You Met Yvette? (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Yvette])-© April 19, 1940 The Louisiana singer is accompanied by Paul Baron’s orchestra and Ben Grauer

Hawaiian Fantasy (---) bw-8m-(1-reel Act [Vincent Lopez' Orchestra])-January 20, 1933 (completed '32)

Hawkins And Watkins Inc. (Mack Sennett, producer) bw-17m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-Jul 8, 1932 Detective spoof with Forrester Harvey & Matt McHugh investigating a stolen jewel at eccentic Daphne Pollard's mansion. Somehow a gorilla gets involved. Alos featured are Walter Long & Charles Gemora

The Hayseed (Comique Film/Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle & Jean C. Havez) bw-27m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-October 26, 1919 Fatty and Buster run a general store. John Coogan plays Fatty's rival.

He Did It Himself (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-January 22, 1917

He Did His Best (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Taylor Holmes, Carmel Myers & Kathryn McGuire])-September 29, 1929 (Film Daily review) A comic bachelor is called on by his buddy to entertain his wife

He Got His (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-January 28, 1918

He Got There After All (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-Feb 17, 1917 With Emma Littlefield, Davy Don & Harry Semels

He Loved the Ladies (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-15m-(Christie Comedy [Taylor Holmes, Helene Millard & Alnert Conti)-November 30, 1929 A husband almost loses his wife to an elopement

He Meant Well (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-January 6, 1917 (filmed '16)

He Was Her Man (Dudley Murphy) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Gilda Gray])-April 25, 1931

The Headache (Howard Bretherton) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Billy House])-March 14, 1931 Struggles of a ladies man who marries frequently. With Lea Penman, Thea Hardwig & Tammany Young

Headlines Of The Century (---) bw-4 shorts (10m each)-(instructional)-1933 Made specifically for the school market in 16mm utilizing resources of Paramount News and material from the Screen Souvenirs series

Hearts And Flowers (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-23m-(Louise Fazenda, Ford Sterling, Phyllis Haver, Billy Armstrong, Jack Ackroyd & others)-June 1, 1919  Sterling plays a band leader at a hotel who is involed in a romantic triangle with Haver. Later Fazenda the flower girl reveals to be a heiess, which causes more relationship hangups.

Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 1 (Herbert Moulton, producer; Myron Datry; editor: Duke Goldstone) bw-10m-September 12, 1941 Hollywood's favorite gossip colmnist profiles Kay Kyser ("Alexander the Swoose") and William S. Hart

Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 2 (Herbert Moulton, producer; Myron Datry; editor: Duke Goldstone) bw-10m-December 5, 1941 Hedda Hopper hosts the Motion Picture Relief Fund

Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 3 (Herbert Moulton, producer; Myron Datry; editor: Duke Goldstone) bw-10m-February 20, 1942  Hedda reports on a dog training school and a Hemingway hunting trip.

Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 4 (Herbert Moulton, producer; Myron Datry; editor: Duke Goldstone) bw-10m-June 19, 1942

Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 5 (Herbert Moulton, producer; Myron Datry; editor: Duke Goldstone) bw-9m-August 14, 1942

Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 6 (Herbert Moulton, producer; Myron Datry; editor: Duke Goldstone) bw-9m-September 18, 1942

Hell Drivers (Cine Film, producers; John Dixon) color-10m-(Sports in Action)-© April 1, 1965

The Helping Hand (Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Solly Ward & Frances McHugh])-July 27, 1930 (Film Daily review) A golddigger poses as a widow

Her Favorite Pools (Jack Eaton, narrator: Bill Slater) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 30, 1948

Her Fractured Voice (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-June 1917

Her Future (Mort Blumenstock) bw-9+m-(1-reel Act [Ethel Merman])-August 31, 1930 (Film Daily review) Ethel stands in a futuristic courtroom and sings “My Future Just Passed” and “Sing You Sinners”.

Her Husband's Women (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-1 reel-(Christie Comedy [Kathlyn Williams, Harrison Ford & Lois Wilson])-June 29, 1929 A philandering artist is forced by his wife to paint a bishop instead of a “blonde divinity”.

Her Iron Will (U.S. Moving Picture Co.- writers: Horace G. Plimpton & Will Louis) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-June 1917

Her Scrambled Ambition (U.S. Moving Picture Co.- writers: Horace G. Plympton, Rex Taylor & James O. Walsh) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-Feb 1, 1917

Her Screen Idol (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Louise Fazenda, Ford Sterling, Marvel Rea, Edgar Kennedy & others)-July 1, 1918

Here Comes Rusty (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© July 1, 1965

Here Comes The Zoo (R.W. Latings) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© March 13, 1938 Profiles London Zoo

Here’s Hal (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Hal Kemp & Orchestra])-© November 24, 1939 Includes a rendition of Hoagy Carmichael's "Vagabond Dreams", "In the 18th Century Drawing Room" & "Swampfire". The Smoothies sing "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"

Herman Hickman’s Football Review (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© August 24, 1956

Hero Worship (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-May 15, 1942  Profiles the fans of athletes. Carl Hubbell and Mel Ott sign autographs n one scene.

Heroes On The Mend (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 24, 1944  Not really about sports, but a reel about an army hospital.

Heroic Leige (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 8, 1920

Hick Manhattan (Town & Country Films- Martin Justice) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© August 22, 1918

Hide And Seek Detectives (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-December 15, 1918

High Hat (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Alice Boulden])-June 12, 1929 (Variety review) A trio of songs including "Get Out and Get Under the Moon"

High School Hi-Jinks (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© March 20, 1953 (completed ’52) Filmed at Hempstead, NY High School

High Score Bowling (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Sportlight)-© June 10, 1955

High Spots Of Hawaii (Glimpses Of Hawaii) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 22, 1918 (filmed April 1917) Includes the races held at Diamond Head

Highland Sports (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 19, 1952 Tour of Scotland

Highlowbrow (S. J. Kaufman) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Leo Donnely, Effie Shannon & Horace Brahm])-January 30, 1929 (Variety review) Telephone conversation becomes a comic story

Hike Or Bike (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 10, 1943 Brief history of the bicycle

Hiking With The Ikorrotes (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 8, 1916 In the Phillippines (1913)

The Hill-Billies (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© January 18, 1946 (completed ’45) An all-canine feud in the Ozarks

Himber Harmonies (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Richard Himber & Band])-February 16, 1938 (completed ’37) A "day in the life" docu-musical. After a performance of "Sound Your A", the band records for the phonograph "True Confessions" On radio: "St. Louis Blues" with Selinsky String Quartet & Adrian Rollini Trio. Finaly the night club with Stuart Allen: "Blossoms on Broadway"

A Hint To Brides (Al Christie Film- Leslie Perce) bw-13m-(Christie Comedy [Johnny Arthur, Ruth Taylor, Margie Martell & Lawrence Leslie])-July 11, 1929 Newleyweds ask a burglar to get rid of unwanted wedding gifts

His Angel Child (Al Christie Film- Eddie Baker & Frank Conklin) bw/silent-1 reel-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon, Margaret Lee & Molly Malone])-February 16, 1929

 

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His Hidden Purpose (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Chester Conklin, Marie Prevost, Neal Burns & others)-June 27, 1918

His Honor, The Mayor (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Charles Murray, Mary Gordon, Eddie Baker & Carol Wines])-March 22, 1930 Political comedy with a candidate taking enough grief to win.

His Ivory Dome (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-December 11, 1916

His Last False Step (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/s-2 reels-(Ford Sterling, Phyllis Haver, Charlotte Mineau, Frank Earle & others)-© November 6, 1919

His Military Figure (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-April 7, 1917 With Emma Littlefield & Davy Don

His Price (Mort Blumenstock) bw-8m-(1-reel Act [Johnny Burke])-December 13, 1930 Stock broker foolishly allows his wife to guard a thousand dollars. With Joan Blair & Iris Taylor

His Smothered Love (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline & Hampton Del Ruth) bw/silent-2 reels-(Marie Prevost)-March 30, 1918

His Weekend (Edward Cline) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Johnny Burke])-May 13, 1932

His Wife’s Friend (Sennett Comedies- Walter Wright) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Murray, Gonda Durand, Harry McCoy & others)-September 8, 1918

His Youthful Fancy (A Young Man's Fancy) (Sennett Comedies- Erle C. Kenton) bw/silent-20m-(Charles Murray, Marie Prevost, Ford Sterling, Charlotte Mineau & others)-October 3, 1920

History Brought To Life (Jerry Hopper) bw-10m-(Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts & Sciences Special)-March 13, 1950 (completed '49) Covers the research that goes into historical pictures. Cecil B. DeMille is shown at work.

Hocus Focus (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© April 22, 1949 (filmed July & Sep '48) Talking animals getting their pictures taken (dogs, chimps. elephants, tigers, etc.)

Hold ‘Er Cowboy (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Andy Clyde, Bobby Vernon & Frances Lee])-June 2, 1928

Hold Up (Joseph Santley) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Tom Howard])-July 6, 1929 Comic crime sketch with Lou Haskell & Frank Allworth in support

Hold Your Breath (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-February 9, 1939 (Film Daily review) Underwater track is covered in Florida

Holland Off Guard (Carillon Films [producers]) color-8m-(Travel Adventure)-© July 1, 1965 Musical score by Jurriaan Andriessen

Hollywood Beauty Hints (narrator: David Ross) Technicolor (2-color)-10m-(Special)-July 15, 1932 Listed as part of the Welshay series, demonstrating tecniques used by the stars. Per Film Daily (August 13): "the short offers plenty of feminine display in negligee that will keep the men interested as much as the women, if not more"

Hollywood Extra Girl (Herbert Moulton & Cecil B. DeMille) bw-11m-(Paramount Varieties)-August 22, 1935  'Emery, Suzanne' makes a struggle to become a star, while Cecil B. DeMille directs THE CRUSADES. Delightful nostalgic camp here. Ann Sheridan also shown.

Hollywood Hobbies (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 5, 1935

Hollywood On Parade (A-1) (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-June 5, 1932 With Fredric March, Ben Turpin, Mitzi Green, Ginger Rogers & others

Subsequent “Hollywood On Parade” shorts identified by numbers:

No. 2 (A-2) (Louis Lewyn) bw-17m-(Bing Crosby, George Burns & others)-© September 22, 1932

No. 3 (A-3): Down Memory Lane (Louis Lewyn) bw-17m-© October 25, 1932 Features Baby Peggy, Benny Rubin, Neil Hamilton, Gary Cooper, Fifi Dorsey & Tom Mix

No. 4 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© November 25, 1932 With Tom Mix, Bing Crosby, Eddie Borden, Richard Arlen, Mary Pickford & Jobyna Ralston

No. 5 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© December 15, 1932 With the Marx Brothers, Eddie Lambert, Fifi D'Orsay, Skeets Gallegher, Ivan Lededeff & Marian Marsh

No. 6 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-January 12, 1933 (completed ’32) With Clark Gable, Buster Keaton, Frances Dee, Tallulah Bankhead, Heinie Conklin, Lew Cody & Richard Arlen

No. 7 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© February 13, 1933  Mickey Daniel hosts. Includes Jeanette MacDonald, Maurice Chevalier, Joe E. Brown, Tom Mix & others

No. 8 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-March 3, 1933 Eddie Borden is a waxwork who comes to life and meets stars like Rex Bell and Bela Lugosi posing as Dracula. Bonnie Poe poses as Betty Boop.

No. 9 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-April 1, 1933 Johnny Mack Brown, Willy Pogany, Harry Green, Bebe Daniels, Robert Woolsey, John Boles & others

No. 10 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© May 4, 1933

No. 11 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© June 1, 1933 With Jackie Cooper, Bing Crosby, Carole Lombard & the Marx Brothers

No. 12 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© June 29, 1933 Featuring Cliff Edwards as master of ceremonies. Also: Clarence Muse & Warren William, Jean Harlow playing golf, Alice White & Si Bartlett, at the Aqua Caliente racetrack (with Constance & Joan Bennett, William Powell & Carole Lombard, Wheeler & Woolsey & Polly Moran), final segment: Lupe Velez & Gary Cooper

No. 13 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© July 28, 1933 Buster Keaton leads an orchestra. Also Warner Baxter, Joan Bennett, Joan Blondell, Clive Brook, Ruth Chatterton, Ronald Colman, Marlene Dietrich, Maurice Chevalier, Carole Lombard, Bessie Love & Tiim McCoy

No. B-1 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© August 17, 1933 Includes silent film footage of Chaplin & others. Modern clips with George Bancroft, Richard Dix & Frankie Darro

No. B-2 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© September 7, 1933 Includes Mary Pickford, Johnny Weissmuller, Marie Dressler & Ed Wynn. Baby LeRoy plays with a chimp. Will Rogers, Maurice Chavalier, Jean Harlow & others with Sid Grauman. Songwriters Mack Gordon & Harry Revel meet Lew Cody and we hear their hit "Underneath the Harlem Moon".

No. B-3 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© October 11, 1933

No. B-4 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© November 10, 1933

No. B-5 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© December 7, 1933 Jessica Stewart Sargent, Ben Alexander, Adrienne Ames, Max Baer. Comedian Lloyd Hamilton escorts a beauty troop.

(Criterion Reissue A-6) (Paramount- Louis Lewyn) bw-11+m-January 22, 1934 (Film Daily review) "Shipwreck Kelly" the famous flagpole sitter gets some SITTING PRETTY actresses to gaze with a telescope on El Brendel, Joe E. Brown, Charlie Chaplin, Robert Montgomery, Harold Lloyd, Richard Barthelmess, Lupe Velez, Johnny Weissmuller, William Powell, Bing Crosby, Viola Dana, John Barrymore and others

No. B-6 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© January 4, 1934 (completed ’33) Features Richard Arlen, Nils Arthur, Gary Cooper, Jackie Cooper, Joan Crawford, Jimmy Durante, Ruth Etting, Cary Grant, Jean Harlow, Charls Bickford, Baby LeRoy, Frederic March, Maurice Chevalier, Edward Everett Horton & Walter Long

No. B-7 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© February 2, 1934 Features W.C. Fields, Buster Crabbe & Chico Marx

No. B-8 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© February 28, 1934

No. B-9 (Louis Lewyn) bw-11m-March 30, 1934 Jimmy Durante with song writing team Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. Also Three Stooges with Ted Healy, Ben Turpin, Polly Moran, Chic Sale & others

No. B-10 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© April 26, 1934 Shows scenes from MURDER AT THE VANITIES

No. B-11 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-May 2, 1934 (Film Daily review) Features Charlotte V. Henry. Also a gathering of silent fim veterans: Maurice Costello, Flora Finch, Kate Price, Florence Turner included.

No. B-12 (Louis Lewyn) bw-10m-© June 21, 1934

No. B-13 (Louis Lewyn) bw-12m-Jun 28, 1934 (Film Daily review) Featuring the 1934 Wampus Baby Stars, along with Clark Gable, Leslie Howard & Dolores del Rio

Hollywood Rhythm (Norman Taurog & Herbert Moulton) bw-10m-(Headliner [Mack Gordon & Harry Revel])-© November 14, 1934  Promotes feature COLLEGE RHYTHM.

Hollywood Star Reporter (Star Reporter In Hollywood #2) (Herbert Moulton & Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-October 21, 1937 Features David Holt, Louis Prima, the Sons of the Pioneers, the Quinlan Juvenile Singers

Hollywood Victory Caravan (William D. Russell) bw-20m-(War Activities Committee)-September 1945 Celebrities include Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Humphrey Bogart, Carmen Cavallero, Robert Benchley, William Demarest, Dona Drake, Alan Ladd, Betty Hutton

The Hollywood You Never See (Herbert Moulton) bw-11m-(Special)-June 1934  Promotional for CLEOPATRA.

Holy Mackerel (Al Christie Film- Harry Beaumont) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jimmie Adams])-February 11, 1928

Home Defense (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-October 22, 1917 Co-starring Davy Don

The Home Edition (Monte Brice) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [James C. Flipen])-December 7, 1929

Home Girl (Edmund Lawrence) bw/silent-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Miriam Hopkins & Otto Kruger])-December 4, 1928

Home Sweet Home (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© February 6, 1948 (completed ’47) The pigs sing "There's No Place Like Home". At least armadillos and toucans get included in this title.

The Honeyless Honeymoon (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-January 29, 1917

Hong Kong And The Pearl River (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 10, 1917 (filmed ’13)

Hoodooed (Charles Parrott [Charley Chase]) bw/silent-2 reels-(Carter DeHaven)-© January 17, 1920 (completed ’19)

Hooked Lightning (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 26, 1935 Angling fish

Horse Shy (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jimmie Adams])-March 24, 1928

Horsepower (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 14, 1934

Horseshoes (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 15, 1938 Features Ted Allen

The Hot Air Merchant (Ray Cozine & Max E Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Charlie Ruggles])-August 20, 1930 (Variety review) A soap-box orator aims to save men from marriage

Hot And Cold Glides, Slides And Rides (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 22,1954

Hot And Cold Thrills (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-March 29, 1933

Hot Lemonade (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Louise Fazenda, Johnny Arthur, Walter Hiers & James Harrison])-May 25, 1929 Wife boards a luxury ship with a different man than her husband

Hot Papa (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-October 1, 1927

Hot Rod Speedsters (narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 5, 1948

Hot Scotch! (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-August 25, 1928

Hot Sheiks (Hampton Del Ruth) bw/silent-2 reels-(Carter DeHaven)-© September 5, 1925

Hot Sparks (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon)-November 3, 1928

How California Harvests Wheat (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 2, 1917

How To Take A Vacation (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Robert Benchley)-October 10, 1941 Benchley leaves the wife at home while he takes a vacation "with the boys."

How To Win At The Races (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© December 17, 1954

The Hudson And Its Moods (Howard Bretherton) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Leslie Stowe & Speed Young])-April 11, 1931 Musical travelogue of New York

Hula Heaven (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m(Headliner [Eddie Peabody])-September 24, 1937  A banjo-player Eddie Peabody in a Hawaiian setting surrounded by Hula girls.

The Human Fish (Mack Sennett, producer; Clyde Bruckman) bw-21m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-December 30, 1932 (filmed November) Featuring professional swimmer Helene Madison along with another famous name, Johnny Wesissmuller, as well as Stubby Kruger. Ted Husing provides some narration to this comedy that spotlights the Sennett crew: Marjorie Nbeebe, Franklin Pangborn, Marjorie Kane, Frank Eastman, among others.

The Human Fish (narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 23, 1940 Features Newton Perry and Ross Allen doing aqua stunts in Silver Springs, Florida

Humorous Flights (Fred Fleck) bw-12m-(1-reel Act [Donald Ogden Stewart & Margaret Dumont])-April 13, 1929 Donald visits a ladies club to clumsily discuss birds.

Hunting For Formosan Headhunters (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 15, 1920 (filmed '18)

Hunting Thrills (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 2, 1938 Ross Allen goes after big fish in the Gulf of Mexico

Hurricane Hunters (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© August 7, 1953 Unusual reel on aerial meteorology

Husbands’ Reunion (Mack Sennett, producer; George Marshall) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-July 7, 1933 Newlywed Grady Sutton explains to the courts why he had to shoot Walter, Catlett previous husband of Nora Lane) on the behind. Also Richard Cramer, Billy Gilbert, Harry Brown & Joe Young featured.

Husky Parade (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 9, 1949 With Washington University rowing team

Hydro-Maniacs (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 1, 1939 Car racing reel

I Came First (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Herman Timberg & Barbara Blair])-April 12, 1930

I Cover The Everglades (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) Technicolor-10m-(Pacemaker)-March 8, 1951 (completed ’50) Following a news man in Naples and other Florida towns

I Don't Want To Make History (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Vincent Lopez Orchestra])-June 1936

I Remember You (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© March 18, 1949 (completed ’48)

I'm A Wild Woman (Jack Partington) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Paul Ash & Jean Boydell])-August 16, 1930

I'm Telling You (Norman Taurog & Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Willie & Eugene Howard])-March 6, 1931  Two wisecracks are questioned by a newspaper reporter about their lives

Ice Lightning (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 18, 1947

If Men Played Cards As Women Do (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Fred Santley & George F. Kaufman])-February 27, 1929 (Variety review) A card game does not go as planned. With Frank McHugh & Hugh Cameron

Images (Marathon International Productions color-10m-(Travel Adventure)-© October 25, 1967

Immovable Guest (Town & Country Films) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© July 8, 1919

Imperial Berlin (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 19, 1916 Filmed before the war and part of a summertime 1916 series of Holmes' travelogues subtitled "Europe at Peace" with footage roughly spanning 1904-14.

Impropaganda (Town & Country Films- Saul Harrison) bw/silent-1 reel-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-January 19, 1919 (completed ’18)

In A Harem (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© July 14, 1944 Talking dog reel out in Arab country. Theme song: "Sunday, Monday and Always"

In A Manila Wrapper (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 5, 1919 Probably filmed 1917 (Philippines tour)

In A Musical Way (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© July 20, 1945 Famous for the all-primate "Swinging On A Star" number

In A Pet Shop (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Tex Avery; narrator: Ken Carpenter) Cinecolor-8m-(Speaking of Animals)-September 5, 1941 All of the familiars tell it like it is: fish, bunnies, turtles and birds included

In Again Out Again (Howard Bretherton & Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Lillian Bond & Aileen Cook])-November 22, 1930 (Motion Picture Herald review) Two ladies “walk from a ride” and still get offers to be “picked up”.

In Barcelona (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 31, 1921 (filmed summer 1920)

In Batik Land (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© October 20, 1921 Java (with Herford T. Cowling '20)

In Bed-In Bad (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-September 24, 1917 Co-starring William Slade

In Brittany (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 21, 1919

In Classic Greece (A Grecian Journey) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 6, 1916

In Current Events (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© May 7, 1943  Critters (mostly farm, but also monkeys and mice) discuss wartime rations and other everday problems.

In Darkest Florida (John Haeseler) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© July 9, 1954 Covers zoo animals familiar in Tarzan movies.

In Finistère (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© November 27, 1920

In Flanders Fields (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 1920

In Glacier Park (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 17, 1917

In Happy Alsace (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 2, 1920 (filmed summer '19) Post-war France tour

In Happy Honolulu (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 8, 1918 (filmed ‘17)

In Innsbruck, Capital Of The Austrian Tyrol (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 14, 1916 Material may go back to 1905

In Love (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© May 30, 1947 Cupid aims his arrow at porcupines and canines... and camels

In Lovely Lorraine (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 25, 1920 (filmed summer '19)

In Modern Athens (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 13, 1916 Filmed at the time of the Olympics a decade earlier

In New Madrid (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 12, 1921 (filmed '20)

In Old Granada (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© December 14, 1921 (filmed summer '20) This Moorish city in Spain features gypsy cave dwellings, Alhambra Hill and Court of Myrtles.

In Old India (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 16, 1917 First shown in lecture circuit in 1912

In Old Ireland (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 9, 1916 Material shown on Holmes' lecture circuit in 1914. Includes Belfast's "Broadway" and Dublin's horsefair with a water jump involved.

In Old Wyoming (Robert C. Bruce) Technicolor-9m-(Musical Romance)-© January 15, 1937 (completed '36) "The Hills of Old Wyoming" are played over the state's scenery

 

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In Rural Belgium (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 19, 1920 (filmed summer '19)

In Shanghai And Macao (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 7, 1921 (filmed '20)

In Siamese Society (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 17, 1919 Probably filmed by Herford T. Cowling in 1918

In Society And Out (Victor Moore) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-December 18, 1916

In South America (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© September 25, 1942 Familiar footage borrowed from earlier travelogues of the Amazon with the aded animated mouths on birds, monkeys, ants and so forth. Catchy song: "The Anteater".

In South Tyrol, The Italian Corner Of Austria (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-1916 Material may go back to 1905

In Switzerland (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 4, 1916 Material may go back to 1905

In The Basque Country (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 30, 1919 French tour of summer

In The Circus (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© May 29, 1942 Some critters spoofed with dialogue are not what you would expect under the big top, such as pandas. Lions, elephants and penguins are included.

In The Desert (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© October 5, 1943 Talking vultures, gila monsters and other critters in the Grand Canyon region.

In The Driver’s Seat (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 9, 1949 (completed ’48)

In The Garden (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© August 20, 1943 Focuses on singing bugs, birds and gophers

In The Garden Of The East (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 13, 1921 Reissued by M.J. Winkler in 1924

In The High Sierras (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 9, 1917

In The Newsreels (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© March 17, 1944 Mostly farm animals and monkeys spoofed

In The Post War Era (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© February 21, 1946 (completed ’45) Newsreel jokes with pets and farm critters commenting on post-war adjustment

In The Public Eye (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© March 16, 1945  More antics on the farm, structured like a newsreel.

In The Rice Fields Of Japan (Rice Fields And Rice Fed Wrestlers Of Japan) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 10, 1921 (filmed '20)

In The Wilds (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© May 10, 1946 Critters in their natural habitat away from humans can still talk like humans: owls, tigers, lions, frogs, etc.

In The Zoo (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Tex Avery; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-October 31, 1941 A tour of a talking zoological garden with all the familiars (hippos, giraffes, skunks, seals, etc.)

In Winter Quarters (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© January 28, 1944 (completed ’43) Talking circus critters

Ina Ray Hutton & Her Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-© March 5, 1943 Features "My Silent Love", "Knock Me a Kiss", "Anry" & "Smiles"

Independence B’Gosh! (Town & Country Films) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© December 26, 1918

Indian Summer (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© December 1, 1920

Indianapolis 500 (1966 Indianapolis 500) (Spotlight News- Algenon G. Walker) color-11m-(Sports in Action)-© August 1, 1966

Inson (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 1, 1918

The Installment Collector (Fred Fleck) bw-10m-(Headliner [Fred Allen])-July 23, 1937 Comedy about an editor losing everything to debt collectors

The Installment Collector (S. Jay Kaufman) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Fred Allen])-April 20, 1929 A rural editor can’t get his work done with the title character interrupting. Remade somewhat in 1937

The Installment Plan (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-December 19, 1917

Instant Holland (Richard Matt) color-17m-(Special)-© April 1 1965

Insurance (Mort Blumenstock) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Eddie Cantor])-June 25, 1930 (Variety review) A session with the insurance doctor (Charles Wilson) turns into a comedy routine.

An International Sneak (Sennett Comedies- Hampton Del Ruth & Fred Hibbard) bw/silent-2 reels-(Chester Conklin, Billy Armstrong, Ethel Teare & others)-December 2, 1917

The Introduction Of Mrs. Gibbs (Mort Blumenstock) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Lulu McConnell])-© September 19, 1930 Brass Lulu invades an upper class household.

The Inventor (---) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-October 21, 1937 (Film Daily review) Crazy inventions from an eccentric, all actual files with Washington's Patent Bureau

Invited Out (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-May 7, 1917

Ireland On The Go (Mattco Associates & Ireland Dept. of External Affairs, producers; Richard Matt) color-18m-(Special)-© October 1, 1966

Irene (Aubrey Scotto) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Ethel Merman])-June 30, 1932 A little plot amidst numbers like "Shadows on the Wall" and "Wipe That Frown Off Your Face" with Ethel seeking divorce and gambling in Reno.

Is My Face Black! (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner)-May 3, 1935 Comedy sketches (mostly blackface) involving team of Molasses & January

Isle Of Columbus (Palmer Miller & Curtis F. Nagel) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© February 9, 1940 (completed ’39) Caribbean tour includes the Dominican Republic

The Isle Of Sports (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 16, 1951 (completed ’50)

Isles Of The Sun (William M. Cartt) color-10m-(Travelrama)-© December 31, 1962

Isle Of Tabu (William Shea) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade)-April 13, 1945 Tropical isle musical featuring Nancy Porter, Stephen Barclay, Tony Caruso & Pedro De Cordoba

It Could Happen To You (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-October 3, 1947 Follows how Dorothy Babb makes it on "Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts" radio show

It Happened To Him (Joseph Santley & S. Jay Kaufman) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [James Barton])-May 25, 1929 A vaudevillian brags about how he talked himself out of a ticket.

It Might Be Worse (Norman Taurog) bw-18m-(2-reel Act [George Jessel])-January 3, 1931 (completed ’30) Jessel uses comedy to talk a pal out of suicide. He successfully demonstrates to him that Depression woes are no match for his marriage. With Allen Connor & Margaret Breen

It Ought To Be A Crime (Al Ray; story: Nunnally Johnson) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Ford Sterling])-September 12, 1931 A marital dispute comically goes to court. With Marjorie Beebe, Charles Halton, Jed Prouty & Walter Fenner

It Pays To Exercise (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones & Hampton Del Ruth) bw/silent-2 reels-(Chester Conklin, Alice Maison, Harru Booker, Eva Thatcher & others)-March 10, 1918

It’s A Boy (Sennett Comedies- Noel Smith) bw/silent-2 reels-(Billy Bevan & others)-September 19, 1920

It’s A Cinch (Sennett Comedies) bw/silent-2 reels-(Liberty Lone Special w/ Ben Turpin)-February 1918

It's A Good Stunt (H.A. Woodmansee; story: Milton Hockey; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-9m-(Paragraphic)-September 3, 1937 Profiles stuntmen

It's A Living (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-(Paragraphic)-March 5, 1937 An early version of "Unusual Occupations": includes artificial eyes and wig making, postage stamp art, a professional "screamer" for the movies and several oddities

It's All Over (Howard Bretherton) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Marion Harris])-December 19, 1930

Jabs And Jolts (Jack Eaton) bw-12m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© March 29, 1933 Features Charles Francis "Socker" Coe & Jack Dempsey demonstrating wrestling techniques

Jamaica (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© May 26, 1939

Jamboree At Marathon (Richard Matt) Eastmancolor-19m-(Special)-© December 31, 1963 Covers a Greek dance competition

Japanese Relocation (Office Of War Information [William C. Thomas]- Milton S. Eisenhower) bw-10m-(War Activities Committee)-November 12, 1942  Shows the reasons (ot justified toay) for interning Americans of Japanese ancestry post-Pearl Harbor.

Japanese Table Manners (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September? 1918 (filmed August '17)

Jazz A La Cuba (---) bw-10m-(Headliner [Dan Aspiazu & Orchestra])-July 7, 1933 Includes the "Peanut Vendor" and other rhumba tunes (with some dancing) mixed with vintage travelogue footage of Cuba

Jazz Preferred (Boris Petrov) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Zalaya])-June 18, 1930 (Variety review) Featuring the “eminent South American pianist” who confronts youngtesr with their modern music

The Jazz Reporters (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Charlie Davis & His Orchestra])-November 21, 1931 The newspaper staff gives an editor "rhythm".

Jed’s Vacation (Al Christie Film- Raymond Kane) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Charley Grapewin & Anna Chance])-April 13, 1929 Travel salesman hassiles his wife while on vacation at home

Jerusalem, The Holy City (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 20, 1921 (filmed June 1920)

Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© February 2, 1940 With Helen O'Connell & Bob Eberly. Includes "John Silver"

Jimmy's New Yacht (Mack Sennett, producer; Del Lord) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-Jun 3, 1932 Ray Cooke plays Jimmy with Franklin Pangborn, Marjorie Kane, Lucien Littlefield, Anna Dodge and many others creating havoc on the waves.

Jingle, Jangle, Jingle (Jerry Hopper) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Will Wright, Margaret Field, Page Cavanaugh Trio & others])-January 2, 1948 (completed Jun ’47) A musical chuck wagon race is conducted with the popular song highlighted.

Johnny "Scat" Davis & His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© November 6, 1942

Johnny Messner And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-© December 13, 1940 Jeanne D'Arcy is vocalist

A Journey Through Java (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 28, 1917 Material may date back to 1909

Journey To Understanding (Richard Matt) Eastmancolor-19m-(High Topper Special)-© December 31, 1962 A young couple travels the world.

Judo Experts (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 8, 1939

Jumping Frog Jubilee (Cinema Pictures; Robert Hinkle) Technicolor & Techniscope-18m-(DC: Travel Adventure)-© December 1, 1965

Jumping Champions (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-October 9, 1935 (Film Daily review) Focusing also on non-humans: toads, dogs, horses, llamas, lions & leopards

Jumping Giants (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 30, 1933 (Film Daily review) Tarpon and marlin in Florida waters, not humans

Jumping Jacks (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 10, 1947 (completed ’46) Texas sports champs: Byron Nelson & Ben Hogan of golf, Babe Didrickson, Eddie Dyer of the Cardinals, racehorse Assault and Charlie Pond of the Dallas Athletic Club

The Jumping Off Place (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 11, 1951 Covers ski-jumping

Jungfrau Railway (Frederick Burlingham) bw/silent-1 reel-(Burlingham Travel Picture)-© December 1, 1920

Jungle Antics (---) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© February 21, 1935 Amazon sloths, armadillos and monkeys

Jungle Glimpses (narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Paragraphic)-March 22, 1938 Visiting the Amazon (Brazil) including a snake farm where the reptiles are milked for their venom, a mountain village and Kaietur Falls. Credits not available but possibly directed by Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel.

Jungle Waters (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 1, 1935 Ross Allen the reptile catcher in Florida

Just A Pal (Norman Taurog) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Minor Watson, Frank Mallan & Myrtle Clark])-November 15, 1930 Husband convinces a friend to remain a bachelor but his wife overhears and reacts... surprisingly

Just An Echo (Avrid E. Gillstrom, producer) bw-20m-(Bing Crosby)-January 19, 1934 Co-starring Vernon Dent & Mary Kornman, Bing is an officer in a park reservation that is smoking free and Mary as a smoking niece of his boss. She eventially has him working for her taking care of baggage and boot shining.

Just For Fun (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© October 13, 1950

Just One Word (Joseph Santley) bw-10m (about)-(1-reel Act)-January 26, 1929 Features John Rutherford, Irene Purcell, George Meeker, Priscilla Knowles & John T. Dwyer

Just The Bear Facts, Ma’am (John Haeseler) bw-9m-(Topper Special)-© January 12, 1955 (completed ’54)

Just The Type (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Neal Burns])-February 18, 1928

Kandy Kabaret (Mort Blumenstock & Louis McDermott) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Kiddie Musical Revue])-June 25, 1930 (Variety review) The Merrial School of Dancing (Raymond, Sylvia & Verne Haig with Norma Dietrich) put on a show

Keeping In Shape (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Robert Benchley)-June 12, 1942 No easy task for a guy who loves his food and other luxuries

Keeping Time (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 25, 1934 Several sports scenes emphasize how proper timing is important for athletes

Kennel Kings (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 13, 1933 (Film Daily review) Filmed at Morris-Essex dog show

Kentucky Thoroughbred Racing (Cinema Pictures; Robert Hinkle; narrator: Don Barry) Technicolor-10m-(Travel Adventure)-January 1967 (completed ’65)

Keys To Fishin' Fun (Gold Dolphin; Stu Apte) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© January 24, 1968

Kids And Pets (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© March 23, 1951 (completed ’50) Includes monkeys and bullfrogs

Kids Is Kids (Charles Parrott [Charley Chase]) bw/silent-2 reels-(Carter DeHaven)-© September 3, 1920

Kids On A Springboard (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 25, 1954 (completed ’53)

Kilauea (Frederick Burlingham) bw/silent-1 reel-(Burlingham Travel Picture)-© October 11, 1920

Killer Of The Tonto (W. Earl Frank; story: Gayne Whitman; narrator: Al Giebler) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-August 13, 1937 Hunting cougar in Arizona

Killers At Bay (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© December 31, 1954 Capturing wild animals like elephants and alligators.

King Of Madison Ave (Emily Films Productions) color-11m-(Travel Adventure)-November 22, 1967 Comedy spoof on advertising

King Of The Everglades (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 24, 1935 Early vintage Ross Allen tackling critters

King Rama At The Royal Wat (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 28, 1919

King Soccer (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 19, 1937 Shot in Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Kingdom Of The Yellow Robe (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 14, 1920 Siamese tour '18 by Herford T. Cowling

Kings Of The Keys (Sports Illustrated- Leslie Winik) Eastmancolor-9m-(Sports in Action)-© September 5, 1960

Kings Of The Wild Waves (Kings Of The Wild Surf) (Seymour Borde Associates [producers]) color-16m-(Special)-September 1964 (© Dec 1, 1964) Surfboarding was at its peak in the sixties

Kisses (S. J. Kaufman) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Lynne Dvoreman])-February 9, 1929 A guy claims he can kiss four women in 15 minutes

A Kitchen Cinderella (Sennett Comedies- Malcolm St. Clair) bw/silent-3 reels-(Marie Prevost, George O’Hara, Renne Galian & others)-1920 (unreleased)

The Kitchen Lady (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Louise Fazenda, Slim Summerville, Glen Cavender & others)-January 13, 1918 (completed ’17)

The Klondike Today (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 13, 1918 (filmed September '17)

Knights In Venice (Bert Calmer & Harry Ruby) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-March 23, 1929 The duo woo ladies in Vienna. With Mario & Lazarin, Anna Prins & Emily Day.

Knights Of The Air (Charles Mintz) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty)-March 31, 1928

Knock Knock, Who's There (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Vincent Lopez & Orchestra])-September 18, 1936

Knockout Kisses (Mack Sennett, producer; George Marshall) bw-18m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-June 23, 1933 In this boxing comedy, Joyce Compton as a manager getting even with her boyfriend (Richard Hemmingway) who had dumpd her for an actress (Marjorie Beebe). Charles Delaney is "Slapsie Smith".

Knowmore College (Aubrey Scotto) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Rudy Vallee])-April 14, 1932

Kwang-Chow-Fu (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© October 5, 1921 (filmed '18) Covers the street processions and rickshas of the Chinese city of Canton (now Guangzhou).

Kyoto, The Ancient Capital (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-Nov 19, 1917 The Japanese reels released late in 1917 likely consist of 1913 footage, but Holmes did revisit the country that summer and some new footage may have been included

 

 

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La Schnaps Inc. (Mort Blumenstock) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-November 8, 1930 Old friends meet as one, a gown shop owner, gets the other tomeet his niece. With Vera Alexander, Alfred Hesse & Maude Hall.

Ladders Up (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik; narrator: Chris Schenkel) Technicolor-8m-(Sports in Action)-© December 1, 1965 The Freeport (New York) Fire Department have sports events including ladder climbing, hose rolling competitions and the "bucket brigade".

Ladies' Choice (Al Christie Film- Neal Burns) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Charley Grapewin, Anna Chance, Eddie Barry & Stella Adams])-September 14, 1929 A wife surprises her husband with a ca... only he hates cars.

Ladies First (Sennett Comedies- Ray Grainger & Hampton Del Ruth) bw/silent-20m-(Chester Conklin, Ray Grainger, Harry Gribbon & others)-June 16, 1918

Ladies That Play (Fred Waller & Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Phil Spitalny & His Musical Ladies])-December 7, 1934 (filmed August)

The Lady Fare (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Leroy Broomfield, Claude Collins, Leon Hereford, Roberta Hyson & others])-September 28, 1929 A gullible guy is fooled into accepting a large taxi fare.

Lady, You Slay Me (Louis McDermott) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Johnny Perkins & William Hillpot])-September 6, 1930

A Lady’s Tailor (Sennett Comedies- Erle C. Kenton & Ray Gray) bw/s-2 reels-(Ford Sterling, Harriet Hammond, Billy Bevan, Eva Thatcher & others)-© December 10, 1919

Lake Maggiore (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© January 22, 1922 In the Swiss Alps, likely shot on Holmes' tour in the summer of 1920

Lake Of The Sun And Moon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 1920

The Lambertville Story (Robert Blauvelt & Boris Kaufman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© May 20, 1949 Tour of a famous youth center

The Land Of Evangeline (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 25, 1916 Part of the Canadian tour in July to September 1916 during peach blossom time with transport with the Canadian-Pacific Railway Company

Land Of Inca Memories (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© January 27, 1939 (completed ’38) Showcases Lake Titicaca

The Land Of Laos (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 1920 Filmed by Herford T. Cowling either in 1918 or as part of a 14 month tour from June 1919 through August 1920 of southeast Asia. Most films of this later tour (covering the Malay area) were released later that year.

The Land Of Madame Butterfly (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-Nov 5, 1917 Japanese tour ‘13

The Land Of Pardons (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 17, 1920

Land Of The Mompies (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 13, 1919

Land Of Tin Millionaires (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 28, 1920

Lasso Wizards (narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 20, 1941

Last Bottle (Town & Country Films- Saul Harrison) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© March 13, 1919

Late Flowering Love (Charles Wallace Picture Company [UK co-production]/Paramount- Charles Wallace; narrator: John Betjeman) color-21m-(Drama)-July 1981 Features an assortment of top stars in little sketches: "Invasion on the Poultry Farm" (with Susannah York, Beryl Reid & John Alderton), "A Subaltern's Love-Song" (with Jenny Agutter & John Le Mesurier), "Agricultural Caress" (with Julia Gale, Caroline Sergeant, Yvonne Dearman, Sharon Fussey & Vikki Ross), "MyFanwy" (with Sarah-Jane Varley)

Laugh It Off (Howard Bretherton & Walton Butterfield) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [June MacClay])-February 14, 1931 A patient in a hospital recognizes his gal’s voice in this musical fluff

Lawmakers Of The Philippines (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 26, 1919 Filmed '18 by Herford T. Cowling

Lay On, MacDuff (Al Christie Film- Walter Graham) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-November 17, 1928

The Lease Breakers (Al Ray; story: Corey Ford & Howard Dietz) bw-18m-(2-reel Act [Karl Dane & George K. Arthur])-September 5, 1931

A Lesson In Love (Casey Robinson) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Helen Kane])-September 1, 1931 (Variety review) Co-starring Donald Kirk and Mildred Mitchell. Helen is a singing co-ed attracting her professor. Key song: "I Love Myself Because You Love Me"

Lester Allen In Paris (Ray Cozine & Frank Cambria) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act)-August 8, 1931

Let ‘Em Go Alive! (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 15, 1942

Let ‘Er Go (Sennett Comedies- James Davis) bw/silent-2 reels-(Billy Bevan & others)-May 1, 1920

Let Me Explain (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Taylor Holmes, John T. Murray & Vivien Oakland])-January 25, 1930 (completed ’29) Two-timer gets in trouble with his wife

Let’s Have A Parade (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© November 1, 1952

Let’s Look At Birds (Justin Herman) bw-9m-(Topper Special)-© April 15, 1955

Let's Dance (Aubrey Scotto) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-March 16, 1933 Sailor George and his pals visit the Roseland Dance Hall, where funny things happen between conversations with dizzy hostess Gracie.

Let's Go Latin (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Xavier Cugat])-September 14, 1937 The orchestra leader covers native tunes of Cuba, Argentina and Mexico with Carmen Castillo & Dorothy Miller singing and the rhumba dances of Cesar & Maclovia

Let's Stay Single (Ray Cozine) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Frances Williams])-February 4, 1931 Features a “don’t get married” group. Songs: “Wait Till the Summer’s Gone” and “I Can’t Make a Man”

A Letter From Bataan (Office Of War Information [William C. Thomas]- William H. Pine) bw-15m-(War Activities Committee)-September 15, 1942  Two soldiers get killed in Bataan, but a letter back home demonstrates how importat food and necessities are

A Letter From Ireland (Brian Desmond Hurst) bw-22m-(Headliner)-© May 14, 1943 Profiles US and British soldiers stationed there, in particular two brothers

Liberated Jerusalem (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 19, 1921 (filmed June 1920)

Life In The Balance (---) bw-18m-(instructional documentary)-1940 Made for the New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets

Life On The Island Of Capri (The Island Of Capri) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 23, 1916 Pre-war tour in Italy

Lifeline To Hong Kong (Justin Herman) color-10m-(Travelrama)-September 1961

Lighthouse Love (Mack Sennett, producer; Michael Delmer) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-© May 16, 1932 Marines (Franklin Pangborn, Mack Swain & Ben Turpin) chase the ladies in oriental Hang Chow, with Dorothy Granger as French tattoo artist Nanette. Panghorn ends up in drag.

Lights! Action! Lucas! (Leslie M. Roush & George Webber) bw-10m-(Headliner [Clyde & Lyn Lucas])-© September 2, 1938 Features "What Goes Here In My Heart", "My Ten", "One Venetian Night", "The Jaywalk" & "Pop Corn"

Like Father- Like Son (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 13, 1946  Various father and son athletic teams like oarsmen John Kelly & Jr.

Lillian Roth And Band (Lillian Roth and the Foster Girls) (---) bw-7m-(1-reel Act)-July 7, 1929  (Film Daily review)

Lillian Roth And Piano Boys (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act)-May 29, 1929 (Variety review)

The Lion And The House (Mack Sennett, producer; Babe Stafford) bw-19m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-December 23, 1932 Lloyd Hamilton helps his son-in-law (Arthur Stone) wallpaper his honeymoon house and somehow the situation becomes a circus (literally with a lion included). With Marjorie Kane & Aggie Herring.

Listen To Larry (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Larry Clinton’s Orchestra])-October 17, 1940 (Film Daily review) Includes "Study in Surrealism", Terr Allen singing "I Dream of Jeannie" and Helen Southern singing "What's the Matter with Me?"

Listen To Lucas (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Clyde Lucas & Orchestra])-March 3, 1938 (Film Daily review) Features a violin solo "Nero" and Lyn Lucas singing "At Long Last"

A Little Atlantis (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© February 5, 1921

Little Broadcast (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner)-© October 25, 1933 Featuring Donald Novis, the Mills Brothers, Arthur Tracy, Vincent Lopez & Roy Atwell

Little Jack Little Revue (---) bw-10m-(Headliner [Little Jack Little Orchestra])-May 11, 1934 With Gypsy Nina & Do Re Mi Trio

The Little Widow (Sennett Comedies- Bert Roach & Malcolm St. Clair) bw/silent-20m-(Myrtle Lind, Ford Sterling, Billy Armstrong, Harriet Hammond & others)-April 27, 1919

The Little Witch (George Templeton) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Olga San Juan & Bob Graham])-November 4, 1945  (Academy Award Nominee) Down South American way, a singer and a band leader romance despite his parents’ opposition. Additional cast: Duncan Renaldo, Pedro de Cordoba & Adeline de Walt Reynolds

The Littlest Expert (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© April 13, 1951 (completed ’50) First in a series with Charlie Hankinson, the ten year expert "on everything", beginning with a hodgepodge, with succeeding entries specialize on on topic. Much footage was lifted from the newsreels and earlier shorts, but with some newly filmed as well.

The Littlest Expert On Cowboys (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© June 6, 1952

The Littlest Expert On Football (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-March 2, 1951 (completed ’50)

The Littlest Expert On Greatest Inventions (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© April 4, 1952

The Littlest Expert On Horse And Buggy Days (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-April 24, 1953 (completed ’52)

The Littlest Expert On Interesting People (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-9m-(Topper Special)-October 5, 1952 Charlie Hankinson introduces us to Teddy Roosevelt and Houdini among others

The Littlest Expert On My Favorite President (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© February 29, 1952 (completed ’51)

The Littlest Expert On Yesterday's Champions (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-November 6, 1952

London Plays Ball (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 23, 1919 (filmed July 1918)

The Lonesome Stranger (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly & Charles Shows; voices: Ken Carpenter & June Foray) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© June 14, 1946 Monkeys and dogs play out a western saga.

Long Hose (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-March 17, 1928

Long Shots Or Favorites (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 8, 1944

The Longest Bridge (R&R; Richard Longo) color-8m-(Travel Adventure)-November 1965

Loose Change (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy, Neal Burns, Lorraine MacLean,  Winnie Law, Glen Cavender, Eddie Barry & George Rowe)-October 6, 1928

The Loud Mouth (Mack Sennett, producer; Del Lord) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-June 17, 1932 (Academy Award Nominee) An ambitious baseball comedy which even involved Los Angeles Angels. Featuring Lucien Littlefield, Matt McHugh, Franklin Pangborn & Marjorie Kane

Love (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-2 reels-(Fatty Arbuckle)-© February 21, 1919

Love In The Suburbs (Ray Cozine & Max E. Hayes) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Victor Moore])-January 31, 1931 A cop’s new maid is actually the wife of a drunken townsman. With Myrtle Clark, Hale Nacross & Don Carey

Love In Tune (Justin Herman) bw-15m-(Pacemaker [Hal McIntyre & Band)-October 23, 1946 With Nancy Reed, Frankie Lester, the Love In Tune Jitterbugs & Bobby Guyer performing "Thity Miles An Hour", "Hoopty-Doopty Blues" & "With Every Breath I Take"

Love Loops The Loop (Sennett Comedies- Walter Wright & Hampton Del Ruth) bw/silent-2 reels-(Mary Thurman, Charles Murray, Wayland Trask & others)-June 3, 1918

Love Shy (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-14m-(Christie Comedy [Jimmie Adams, Lorraine MacLean,  Billy Engle & Eddie Baker])-March 24, 1928

Love Spats (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-April 27, 1929

Love’s False Faces (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Chester Conklin, Marie Prevost, James Finlayson & others)-May 25, 1919

Lovers' Paradise (---) Cinecolor-10m-(Musical Romance)-September 11, 1936  Tour of Tahiti

Love's Young Scream (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-10m-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy & Anne Cornwall])-May 12, 1928

The Lower Nile (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 4, 1916 Footage may be from 1906

The Lowlands Of Luzon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 24, 1916 (filmed spring ’13) Philippine tour

Lucky Anglers (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 9, 1934

Lucky Cowboy (Josef Berne) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade)-January 1, 1944 (completed Sep ’43) Julie Gibson & Eddie Dew star in this musical western

Lucky Spills (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 4, 1936

Lucky Starlets (Herbert Moulton, producer; Herman Hoffman) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-May 22, 1936 Profiles various child stars: Baby Leroy, Benny Bartlett, Btty & David Holt, Virginia Weidler

Lucky Stars (Herbert Moulton) bw-11m-(Paramount Varieties)-December 27, 1935 Nostalgic look at famous stars’ early screen tests.

The Lure Of The Lerelie (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 1920

Lure Of The Surf (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10+m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-February 20, 1942 Tour of US beaches

Luzon Lingerie (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-10m-(Travel Picture)-September 12, 1920 Filmed in the Philippines (1918?), covering textile work

Ma’s Pride And Joy (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-18m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-October 14, 1932 Crooner Donald Novis is pushed by mother into getting a radio audition. With Harry Gribbon, Dorothy Grainger, Vince Barnett, Aggie Herring & others

The Macademy Awards (Justin Herman; narrator: Dennis James) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© February 18, 1949 (completed ’48) Oscar-worthy performances of silent stars from the teens.

Mad Scrambles (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Neal Burns])-November 26, 1927

Made In The Kitchen (A Fireside Brewer) (Sennett Comedies- Noel Smith) bw/silent-2 reels-(Billy Bevan, Louise Fazenda, Don Marion & others)-March 6, 1921 (Completed Nov ’20)

Madhouse Movies (Fred Waller; narrator: "Eric Von Zourpuss", credited Milton Hocky & Bert Enis) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© August 21, 1934 Comic re-edit of newsreel footage including a clip of Roy Atwell, cows and sports fumbles.

Madhouse Movies #2 (Fred Waller & "Eric Von Zourpuss") bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© December 14, 1934

Madrid To Madeira (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(travel Picture)-Aug 27, 1917 Spanish footage dates back to 1911

The Magic Of Music (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Richard Himber & His Champions, Sinclair & Day, Sugar Cane])-August 2, 1935

The Magic Vest (U.S. Moving Picture Co.- writers: Joseph A. Richmond, Rex Taylor & James O. Walsh) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-March 19, 1917

Make Mine Monica (Justin Herman & Robert Blauvelt) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© January 14, 1949 (completed ’48) Biopic on Monica Lewis

Make Up Your Mind (Howard Bretherton) bw-1 reel-(Alice Boulden)-January 10, 1931

Makers Of Melody (Joseph Santley) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers])-June 1, 1929  "Interview" with the popular songwriters.

Making Manhandlers (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-August 10, 1935 Comparing West Point and Annapolis athletes.

Making Sombreros In Manila (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 9, 1919

Making The Rounds (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-21m-(Walter Catlett & Eugene Pallette)-July 6, 1934 With Addie McPhail & Ruth Clifford

Making The Varsity (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 13, 1947 Focuses on Yale

Malayan Motor Roads (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 12, 1920 Traipsing on a "benzine buggy"

Manhattan Rhythm (---) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-May 7, 1935 Travelogue of NYC set to music

Man's Angle (Leslie M. Roush) bw-9m-(Robert Benchley)-August 14, 1942 Benchley teaches us the downside of womanhood. Ruth Lee co-stars.

Many Moons (Robert C. Bruce; narrator: Jack Richardson & Henry Hall) bw-9m-(Scenic)-August 9, 1930 Travelers shown in the tropical moonlight. Emphasis on artsy cinematography.

The March Of The Champions (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-October 20, 1933 Vintage clips of 20s stars from Bill Tilden to Bobby Jones and, of course, Babe Ruth

March Of The Presidents (Horace Woodmasee) bw-11m-(Paramount Varieties)-October 17, 1935 Classic newsreel footage going back to McKinley

Marching To Georgie (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Buster & John West & Frances Lee])-December 21, 1929 A pupil from a girls school gets mixed up with a sailor and captain.

 

Ladders Up… not many sixties shorts available online. Also not much information about them online either. I suspect this youtube poster who found this fascinating 16mm print saw my earlier postings on the now deceased CMU forum so it could be identified properly. Hey! I am all for spreading and sharing the information so more movie buffs can find what they have in their own “vaults”… at least until Paramount itself decides to properly dust off and market these for a new audience with pristine prints.

 



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Mardi Gras (Walter MacEwen & Hugh Bennett) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Adriana & Charly, The Rogers Dancers])-October 1, 1943 (completed May) (Academy Award Nominee) Lots of dancing and singing in Technicolor, with tunmes like "All the Way" and "At the Mardi Gras."

Marine Marvels (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-7m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 10, 1934 (Film Daily review) Includes motor boating, log rolling with Helene Madison and diving with Des Jardin

Marine Round-up (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 6, 1940 Marine Studios of Florida (later Marineland) with porpoises, a tiger shark, manta ray and other deep sea critters

Marriage Humor (Paramount ([Phil L. Ryan]- Harry Edwards) bw-19m-(Harry Langdon w/ Vernon Dent & Judith Barrett)-August 18, 1933  Harry and his friend go out for a night on the town, but must face their wives the next morning. With Vernon Dent & Judith Barrett

Marry Or Else (Jack Partington) bw-19m-(2-reel Act [Arthur & Morton Havel])-October 5, 1930 (Film Daily review) A bachelor must marry quickly to inherit a fortune. With Leota Lane, Barbara Barondess & Peggy Travers

Marseilles (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 26, 1921

Martyred Cities (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 4, 1920

Marvelous Manhattan (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 4, 1921

The Mayflower Story (Aero Mayflower Transit Co.- Paul Alley) Eastmancolor-8+m-(Special)-1957 Picked up by Paramount for distribution and reissued June 1, 1964 as MAYFLOWER USA

Mayflower USA (The Mayflower Story) (Aero Mayflower Transit Co.- Paul Alley [prod.]) Eastmancolor-8m-(High Topper Special)-© June 1, 1964 (completed 1957, picked up by Paramount for distribution)

McFarland Twins And Their Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-9m-(Headliner)-© August 28, 1942 Betty Engels featured, along with Bob Lyons & the Glee Club. Includes hit "Jingle Jangle"

Meet Mr. Meek (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Jimmy Barry])-August 16, 1930

Meet The Boyfriend (Norman Taurog) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Lillian Roth])-August 31, 1930 College picnic with tunes "We've Got It Bad but It Don't Do Us No Good" (with a quartet of guys), "Sort of Lonesome" & "Me and the Boyfriend".

Meet The Champ (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© February 11, 1949 (completed ’48) Great sports events with dolphins, bloodhounds, etc.

Meet The Champ (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-21m-(Walter Catlett & Eugene Pallette)-August 2, 1933 Eugene is attending a fair as a champion cow milker. Walter is a sideshow barker. With Dorothy Granger, Walter Brennan & Dick Gilbert

Meet The Champs (Justin Herman; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-October 3, 1941 Features Wilhelm Brothers of Yermo, California and their archery

Meet The Maestros (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Isham Jones, Cab Calloway & Russ Morgan])-January 21, 1938 (completed ’37)

Meet The Missus (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [James Gleason, Lucile Webster,  Helen Mehrmann, Eddy Waller, Doris Brownlee & Maurice Black])-March 9, 1929 (Motion Picture Herald) A wife controls her philandering vaudevillian husband

Meet The Senator (---) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act)-May 19, 1932

Meet The Winner (Aubrey Scotto) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-May 6, 1932 Co-starring Joe Laurie as his manager comfronting the "Russian Bear" in the wrestling ring.

Meatless Days And Sleepless Nights (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-January 14, 1918 With Elizabeth Woodhill & Davy Don.

The Melancholy Dame (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw-21m-(Christie Comedy [Edward Thompson, Evelyn Peer, Spencer Williams & others])-February 2, 1929 A nightclub owner hires his wife with a musical group

Melbourne, The Magnificent (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 21, 1918 (filmed June '17)

Melody Magic (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Johnny Green & Orchestra])-March 22, 1935

The Melting Pot Of The Pacific (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 3, 1918 (filmed April '17) Burton came close to death documenting the great volcanoes of Hawaii (including Halekala). Less exciting is the local school where the children sing "The Star Spangled Banner"

Memories Of Old Malacca (Old Malacca) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 23, 1921 Malaysian tour '19-20 with Herford T. Cowling

Memory Lane (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© March 16, 1919

Men Who Can Take It (Justin Herman) bw-9m-(Pacemaker)-© June 22, 1956 (completed ’54, held over) Covers H-bomber pilots

Mermaid Bay (Justin Herman) bw-9m-(Pacemaker)-© October 5, 1951 Shows teen swimmers in training in St. Petersburg, Florida

Mermaids On Parade (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 22, 1943 Profiles the WACS, WAVES & Lady Marines

Merry Wives Of Windsor (Fredrick Feher) bw-9m-(Symphonic Series)-October 27, 1939 With the National Philharmonic

Methodized Cannibals (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 13, 1918 Filmed in Fiji ‘17

Mexican Oil Fields (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© October 14, 1921

Mexico (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© October 7, 1938 Mexico City mostly

Midnight Melodies (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Jack Gifford])-© March 20, 1936 Gifford the Hollywood mimic and various radio personalities: Loretta Lee, Babs Ryan & Brothers and Ed Paul & Orchestra.

Midnight Serenade (Alvin Ganzer) Technicolor-18m-(Musical Parade [Peggy Lee, Richard Weber & Paul Lees])-November 3, 1947 Two disc jockeys remember their first crush "Peggy Marsh". Dave Barbour's Orchestra supports Lee's singing. Also Carolyn Butler & William Haade.

Midst Peaceful Scenes (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-October 20, 1918

Midwinter Sports In Quebec (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 2, 1917  (filmed February) Herford Tyne Cowling was a key cameraman on this and many 1917-18 travelogues of Asia and the Pacific

Mighty Mites (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© June 1, 1962

Mildewed Melodramas (---) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-© September 9, 1938 Vintage film clips: Nellie the Beautiful Typist / The Eagle's Prey / The Power of the Eye

Miles Per Hour (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-July 26, 1934 (Film Daily review) Covers several unique races: one involving turtles, another with airplanes, and more typical ones with swimmers, bicyclers, horses and speedboats

Million Dollar Notes (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Red Nichols])-© February 7, 1935

Million Dollar Playground (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© May 7, 1954 Tour of Jones Beach on Long Island.

A Million Me's (Monte Brice) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Lee Morse])-Apr 25, 1930 The singer initially rfuses to record when she fights with her boyfriend. With Paul Stanton & William Hillot.

Milt And Frank Britton (Fred Waller & Leslie M. Roush) bw-1 reel-(Headliner)-May 1934 (date filmed, undetermined release)

The Miracle Of Milk (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© December 12, 1939 From dairy to processing

The Miracle Of Montior (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 27, 1919

Mirror Of Spain (---) color-17m-(Special)-© March 1, 1966

Mirrors Of Nature (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 11, 1920 (edited '19)

Miscast (Mort Blumenstock) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [James Kelso & Dolores De Mande])-March 21, 1931

Miss Smile (Richard Matt) color-10m-(Travel Adventure)-© March 1, 1965 Covers a beauty contest.

Mr. Bill's Real Life Adventures (Dreamsite Productions- Jim Drake; voice: Peter Scolari) color-43m-(Comedy with Christopher Burton, Shelley Duvall, Lenore Kasdorf, Valerie Mahafey, Michael McManus & others)-September 11, 1986

Mr. Chat (Cinema Pictures; Robert Hinkle, producers) Technicolor-19m-(Special)-© Oct 1, 1964 Profiles a cougar hunting dog

Mr. Groundling Takes To The Air (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-December 3, 1948

Mr. W’s Little Game (Lynn Shores) bw-10m-(Headliner [Alexander Woollcott])-April 21, 1934 Smug Woolcott tries to avoid people at a diner. Marion Martin & Leo Carroll costar.

Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-9m-(Headliner)-© January 15, 1943 (completed ’42) Features Meredith Blake and Johnny Bond: "You Go to My Head", "I Opened Up My Trunk", "My Song for You" & "Conchita"

M'Lady (Mort Blumenstock) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Irene Bordini])-March 28, 1931 A French housemaid pretends to be somebody she isn't at a party while her employers are away. With Isabel West, J. Francis O'Reilly, Frank Milan, Peggy Canard & Herschel Mayall and song "If This Is Love"

Mlle, Irene The Great (Edward Cline; story: Nunnally Johnson) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Al St.John])-November 7, 1931 Acrobatic comedy with Al in great form

A Model Is Born (Justin Herman & Robert Blauvelt) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© May 26, 1948 Fashion reel

Model Women (Howard Bretherton & Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act)-December 6, 1930 Movers working at a store discuss the wax models.

Modern Aspects Of Japan (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 27, 1921 (filmed '20)

Modern Jerusalem (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 27, 1921 (filmed June 1920)

Modern Vikings (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 8, 1943 (completed ’42) Odd enry is not really about sports, but water motions "white", "luring", "windy", "fast" & "rough"

Moments Of Charm Of 1940 (Leslie M. Roush) Cinecolor-11m-(Headliner [Phil Spitalny & Orchestra])-November 15, 1939  After introducing all the members of his all-girl orchestra (as well as Evelyn on her violin, Maxine the singer and The Three Little Words), Phil Spitalny conducts "Toy Trumpet" by Schubert, "Ave Maria", "The Bee" and Cole Porter's "Begin and Beguine"

Moments Of Charm Of 1941 (Leslie M. Roush) Technicolor-10m-(Headliner [Phil Spitalny & Orchestra])-© September 13, 1940  Full Technicolor here with Phil Spialny's all-girl orchestra performing "Twinkle Twinkle", "In the Mood", "Rosary" & "Bolero”

Monkey Business (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-8m-(Speaking of Animals)-© September 15, 1944 Actually apes: the chimp rendition is "Down in Jungle Town"

Monkey Shines (John A. Haesaler) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© November 14, 1934 Chimp comedy later reissued by Universal (and by Castle Films on 16mm & 8mm) as MR. CHIMP GOES TO TOWN.

Monkeyshines (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© December 12, 1947 Not really. Just chimps singing "Yes We Have No Bananas”

Monte Carlo (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 15, 1921 (filmed '20)

Montreal, Old And New (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 15, 1917 (filmed July 1916) Includes a cruise on the St. Lawrence and views of the city from the tower of Church of Bonsecourt

Moonbeam’s Bride (The Moon Bride's Wedding) (Monte Brice) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [U.S. Indian Band])-January 1, 1930 (Variety review) Includes “Pale Moon”

Moonlight And Romance (Victor Heerman) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Rosita Moreno & Nino Martini])-February 21, 1931 Serenating suitor woos a lady on a balcony

Moonshine (Comique Film/Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle & Buster Keaton) bw/silent-2 reels-(Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-May 13, 1918 The duo are revenue agents cracking down on boot leggers just before Prohibition begins (a year later). Particulaly funny are the title cards.

Moonshine (F. Jay Kaufman; story: Arthur Hopkins) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act)-April 20, 1929

A Moony Mariner (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley])-September 24, 1927

More Gas (Ray Cozine) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Solly Ward & Lea Penman])-October 17, 1931 Solly takes a trip to a dentist while his wife flirts with him

More Than Brothers (---) color-30m-(comedy with Bill, Brett & Mark Hudson)-1985

Moroccan Highways (---) color-8m-(Travelrama)-December 31, 1962

Moscow Moods (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Yasha Bunchuck & His Orchestra])-© January 23, 1936 (completed ’35) (Academy Award Nominee) Music performance set in a Czar's wine cellar

Moselle Memories (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 1920

Mother Was A Champ (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 6, 1953

Motorcycle Stunting (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 1, 1940 Includes a thousand mile National championship at Langhorne, Pennsylvania

Mountain Melodies (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-January 8, 1930 (completed '29)

Movie Fans (Sennett Comedies- Erle C. Kenton) bw/silent-2 reels-(Gordon Lewis, Lige Conley, Charlotte Mineau & others)-© October 5, 1920

Movie Milestones (Bert Enis) bw-10m-( Screen Souvenirs)-July 25, 1935 Most famous for its clip from THE MIRACLE MAN (1919), now lost in full form, along with other more popular (and easily viewable) Paramount features clips: THE COVERED WAGON, BEAU GESTE (1926) and BLOOD AND SAND

Movie Milestones #2 (Bert Enis) bw-10m-(Screen Souvenirs)-© February 13, 1936

Movie Slideshow (---) bw-11m-(Paramount Variety)-© January 10, 1935 (completed ’34) Newsreel footage of various sports stunts

Moving (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-May 1917

Munich The Magnificent (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 3, 1916 Filmed before the war

The Murderous Moros Of Mindanao (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 29, 1916 (filmed spring ’13) Part of the Phillippine Archipelago with capital city Zimoanga featuring the "tame" citizens

Music By Morgan (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Russ Morgan & Orchestra])-© February 12, 1937 With Linda Lee singing "The Same Old Line" & "Never Should Have Told You", Lewis Julian sings "Talking Through My Heart". Band finale: "Limehouse Blues"

Music Circus (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© February 2, 1951 (completed ’50)

Music Hath Harms (Al Christie Film- Walter Graham) bw-21m-(Christie Comedy [Spencer Williams, Roberta Hyson, Harry Tracy, Nathan Curry, Leon Hereford & Curtis Mosby])-March 16, 1929 Professor woos a lady attempting to play the clarinet

Music In The Morgan Manner (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Russ Morgan])-December 1936

Music Over Broadway (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [George Hall & Orchestra])-August 28, 1936

Music Through The Years (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Jan Garger & Orchestra])-© February 3, 1939 Accompanied by Lee Bnnett & Phyllis Kenny: selection is mostly Paramount standards like "Louise", "Please", "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking", Thanks for the Memory"

Musical Charmers (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Phil Spitalny])-October 9, 1936

The Musical Doctor (Samuel Lerner & Sammy Timberg) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Rudy Vallee])-October 28, 1932 Many ladies during this era would love a doctor like this crooner,

Musical Fashions (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Ray Hutton's Melodears])-June 12, 1936 All girl band

Musical Justice (Aubrey Scotto) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Rudy Vallee])-December 26, 1931 With his Connecticut Yankees, Rudy plays judge and jury on three musical crimes including a Betty Boopish knock-off.

Musical Miracle (---) bw-11m-(Pacemaker [Paul Whiteman & Patti Clayton])-© March 12, 1948 (completed ’47)

Musko And Musume Of Nippon (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 23, 1920 Japan 1918-19 by Herford T. Cowling

My Goodness (Sennett Comedies- Noel Smith) bw/silent-2 reels-(Billy Bevan & others)-October 1, 1920

My Silent Love (---) bw-11m-(Pacemaker [Jane Pickens & Parker Fennelly])-April 22, 1949 (completed ’48) A rural Vermont farmer tries to nab a popular TV singer he has a crush on.

My West (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-March 6, 1931 Scenery from national parks

My Wife’s Jewelry (Mort Blumenstock) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-© August 22, 1931 Again Tom is on the wrong side of the law but is blind to his idiocy, joking with the people he hols up and with the cops nabbing him.

The Mysterious Mystery (Edward Cline) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Johnny Burke])-January 9, 1932 (filmed 31)

 

Movie Milestones (excerpt from a 1935 short)- This may be one of the only scenes from THE MIRACLE MAN (1919) surviving... because it is profiled in a surviving theatrical short of the thirties that collected the best moments in Paramount's popular hits "of the last two decades".

 



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A Nation Of Athletes (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Sportlight)-© November 18, 1955 Tour of Switzerland.

National Variety Artists Presents: Stolen Jools (E.K. Nadel) bw-17m-(Special [The Masquers Club Variety all star cast])-April 4, 1931 Everybody who is anybody pops in this detective spoof with Norma Shearer is the "stolen jewels" victim at the Screen Stars Annual Ball. Among the faces: Buster Keaton, Joan Crawford, Edward G. Robinson, Laurel & Hardy, Victor McLaglen, Gary Cooper, Buddy Rogers, Maurice Chevalier, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Loretta Young, Wheeler & Woolsey, Irene Dunne, the Our Gang crew, Richard Dix... the list goes on.

Nature Speaks (Fred Waller, Leslie M. Roush & Maurice Kellerman; narrator: David Ross) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© July 12, 1935 Poetry and landscape scenes

Nature’s Nursery (John A. Haeseler; narrator: Will Geer) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-October 17, 1940 Long before he was on THE WALTONS, Will Geer was a very successful radio actor and announcer. Here he covers baby animals: owls, opossums, minks, skunks, raccoons

Nature's Contrasts (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 31, 1920 Compares New England winters with tropical locales like Cuba

Naughty Nanette (George Templeton) bw-17m-(Musical Parade [Bob Graham, Dorothy Porter & others])-March 15, 1946 (completed ’45) Sisters compete for a Mountie

Naughty-Cal (Aubrey Scotto) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Lillian Roth & Bobby Watson])-February 19, 1932  A pair of borrowed pants are an obstacle to a sailor's romance.

Nearly A Baker (U.S. Moving Picture Co.- George H. Plympton) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-October 15, 1917

Nearly A Deserter (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies)-October 2, 1916

Neighbor Of The North (Albert J. Richard, producer; Gene Martel) bw-13m-(Pacemaker [Ralph Forbes & Walter Abel])-© July 23, 1948 Canadian travelogue

Neighborly Neighbors (Ray Cozine & Max E Hayes) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Lulu McConnell])-July 30, 1930 (Variety review) Gaby neighbor makes use of her hosts’ booze.

Neighbors In The Night (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker)-© July 29, 1949 Docu-reel on volunteer fire fighters (filmed in New Hope, PA)

Neptune’s Scholars (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 7, 1936 Lady swimmers in action

Nerve Control (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-March 13, 1935  (Film Daily review) Shows individual mastery in sticky situations like reptile handling (Ross Allen in Florida), auto racing and lion taming

The Nerve Of Some People (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© November 19, 1954 Inspired by Robert Youngson's films at Warner Bros., this sport reel covers daredevil stunts culled from newsreels like skyscraper climbing and British horse steeplechasing.

Never Too Old (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Murray, Eva Thatcher, Joseph Belmont, Bert Roach & others)-January 26, 1919 (completed ’18)

New Deal Rhythm (---) bw-9m-(Headliner [Buddy Rogers])-April 13, 1934

The New Dealers (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-20m-(Walter Catlett & Eugene Pallette)-March 26, 1934 (Film Daily review) Slapstick at an auto repair shop. With Ruth Hiatt, Dick Gilbert & James C. Morton

New England’s Heritage Trail (Winikfilm) color-20m-(Special)-© April 9, 1969 May be edited from a Bay State Film Production from 1965

The New Pioneers (Baruch Dienar) bw-20m-(Special)-September 18, 1950 Profile on Israel and co-produced by Tel-Aviv's Motion Picture Studios

New Rhythm (Ray Cozine) bw-12m-(1-reel Act [Havana Casino Orchestra])-July 26, 1930 (Motion Picture Herald review) Includes “Sboney” and “The Peanut Vendor”

News Hounds (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-20m-(Walter Catlett & Eugene Pallette)-May 2, 1934 (Film Daily review) A pair of reporters try to nab a gangster, but wind up on a flagpole. With Ruth Hiatt, Edward Keane & Louise Carver

Nice And Cannes (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© October 10, 1921 (filmed '20) All of the recreational hot spots of France

Nifty Nags (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Harold Conklin])-December 24, 1927

Nifty Numbers (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances Lee, Billy Engle & Jimmy Hertz])-Dec? 1928

Night Club (Robert Florey) bw-28m-(Special [Fanny Brice])-August 11, 1929 Broadway’s future Snooks is supported by Anne Pennington, Bobbe Arnst, Jamie Carr, Donald Ogden Stewart, Pat Rooney, Vivienne Osborne, Frances Williams and many less familiar faces. Initially 40 minutes and cut down as a short, but may be lost.

Night Club (Robert Florey) bw-2 reels-(Fanny Brice, Bobbe Arnst, Louise Fazenda, Jimmie Carr, Pat Rooney & others)-August 11, 1929 Film Daily review 9-15

Night Of The Dub (Amadee J. Van Beuren- John Joseph Harvey) bw/silent-2 reels-(Comedy)-© November 1, 1919

1947, Year Of Division (Max Klein) bw-20m-(Paramount Newsreel Special)-December 30, 1947

Nikko In Snow Time (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 29, 1917 The Japanese vacation resort was initially shown as part of Burton’s 1913 lecture series but cameraman Herford T. Cowling revisited in August of 1917 and it is possible some new footage was added here.

No More Bridge (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Arvid Gillstrom) bw-21m-(Leon Errol)-March 16, 1934  Leon and Cyril Ring go away on business to avoid their wives’ (Dorothy Grainger & Ethel Sykes) bridge game. Also featured are Francis McDonald & Cupid Ainsworth

No More Hookey (Aubrey Scotto) bw-8m-(1-reel Act [Haig Trio & Merriel Abbot School])-August 29, 1931 Musical juvenile comedy set in an ultra-modern school room with lesson done in dance

No Mother To Guide Him (Sennett Comedies- Erle C. Kenton & Malcolm St. Clair) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-June 8, 1919

No Motor To Guide Him (John A. Haegeler) bw-1 reel-(Paramount Varieties)-© June 6, 1935

No Publicity (Al Christie Film- Nicholas T. Barrows) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Edward Everett Horton])-August 1, 1927

Nobody Home (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-April 2, 1937 Never allow a chimp loose in an unsupervised house

Not So Dumb (John A. Haeseler & Justin Herman; narrator:  Robert C. Bruce) Cinecolor-10m-(Paragraphic)-April 10, 1940 Profiles animal intelligence including a clever raven, lion and penguin.

Nothing But Nerves (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Robert Benchley)-January 2, 1942 (completed ’41) Benchley flips out… can’t hold his coffee down and fears the plumbers

Nothing To Declare (Casey Robinson & Max E. Hayes) bw-19m-(2-reel Act [Lulu McConnell]])-August 8, 1931 Hypochondriac Lulu drives folks batty as she leaves a cruise ship

Now And Then (Joseph Santley) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act)-February 27, 1929 Grandma remembers the good ol' days of the 1870s at a party.

Nutty Knitters (Chester M. De Vonde) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-December 1, 1917 Co-starring Davy Don & Claire Adams

Oblin: The Switzerland Of British Columbia (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 20, 1918

Ocean Blues (Al Christie Film- Robert Kerr) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jimmy Adams)-November 19, 1927

Of Sea And Ships (Marathon International Productions; Konstantin Kaiser) color-9m-(Travel Adventure)-© June 1, 1966

Off The Deck (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley])-February 28, 1929

Office Blues (Mort Blumenstock) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Ginger Rogers])-November 21, 1930 A secretary (played by Fred Astair’s future partner at RKO) daydreams about her boss when she should be working on letters. One song titled "Dear Sir". Also featured: Clairborne Bryson, E.R. Rogers & the Maria Gambarelli Dancers performing on a gigantic notebook.

Officer Cupid (Sennett Comedies- Frank Powell) bw/silent-(20m-(Joe Moore & others)-April 10, 1921

Official Business (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 5, 1949  Profiles the training of officials in baseball, basketball and other sports.

Oft In The Silly Night (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Edward Thompson, Roberta Hyson, Arthur Ray, Spencer Williams & Laurence Criner])-June 8, 1929 Chauffeur romances his boss' daughter

Oh Doctor (Comique Film/Famous Players-Lasky-Paramount- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-25m-(Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Buster Keaston & Al St. John)-September 30, 1917 Arbuckle is Dr. Holepoke addicted to the horse races and his son Keaton must keep him from going broke.

Oh Judge! How Could You? (Town & Country Films- T. Hays Hunter) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© July 24, 1919

Oh Kay, Rhythm (Leslie M. Roush & Herbert Moulton) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© December 12, 1937

Oh Mummy (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy)-October 8, 1927

Oh, My Operation (Ray Cozine) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-December 27, 1931 (Film Daily review) George is taken to the hospital in mistake for an accident victim. Also Chester Clute stars

Oh, Pop! (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-July 2, 1917

Oh Say Can You Ski? (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Gayne Whitman) sepia-10m-(Paragraphic)-© December 16, 1938 Filmed at Sun Valley (Idaho)

Oh Teddy (Norman Taurog) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Billy House])-December 20, 1930 Romance between a model shop owner's daughter and a salesman, while her daddy plays with the merchandise.

Oh! U-Boat (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-December 31, 1917

Oil's Well (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-22m-(Phil L. Ryan All-Star [Chic Sale])-May 4, 1934 Co-starring Delmar Watson & Joseph W. Girard

Ol' King Cotton (Ray Cozine) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [George Dewey Washington])-© December 26, 1930 The popular crooner sings the title song in a stereotypical "lazy black South" despite Mammy's reprimanding. Later he gets a job in urbanized Harlem but croons about what he misses ("Sippi Shore").

Old And New Manila (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 3, 1916 First of a crop of Phillippine scenics that Paramount released in April and May 1916 contracting urban and "primitive" life. These were filmed in 1913 and are covered here: http://www.burtonhol...hilippines.html

The Old Bugler (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-20m-(Phil L. Ryan All-Star [Chic Sale])-December 28, 1933 (Film Daily review) A Civil War veteran looks after an adopted child and later prevents a robbery. With Delmar Watson & Eve McKensie

Old Kentucky Hounds (J.A. Duffy) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© September 5, 1934 All canine drama similar to MGM's Dogville series and also some later "Speaking of Animals canine shorts.

Old Man Blues (Aubrey Scotto) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Ethel Merman])-March 17, 1932  Personified Old Man Blues, in fog-shrouded woodland.

Old Songs For New (Robert E. Welsh) Technicolor (2-color)-9m-(M: 1-reel Act [George Stoll Orchestra w/ the McCarthy Sisters])-August 15, 1931 (Motion Picture Herald review)

The Old West Trail (John Savage) color-17m-(Treasury Of Travels)-© December 21, 1967

Ole' Man Whoopee (Ray Cozine & Louis McDermott) bw-12m-(1-reel Act [Art Frank])-July 26, 1930 (Motion Picture Herald review) Father disapproves of his neice nightclubbing but later enjoys it himself

On A Sunny Day (Sennett Comedies- Albert Austin) bw/silent-10m (surviving)-(Kalla Pasha, Harriet Hammond, Eddie Gribbon, Mildred June & others)-February 6, 1921

On Ice (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Arvid Gillstrom) bw-21m-(Harry Langdon & Vernon Dent)-October 6, 1933  Iceman Harry and buddy Vernon get caught by their wives "stepping out" with other ladies. With Eleanor Hnt, Ethel Sykes, Kewpie Morgan & Ruth Clifford

On The Beach At Waikiki (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 27, 1918 (filmed summer '17)

On The Bounce (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) Technicolor-8m-(Sports in Action)-© September 1, 1964

On The Farm Where The Food Comes From (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 31, 1917

On The Great Glacier (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 12, 1917 In British Columbia (1916)

On The High C's (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Frances Williams & the Yacht Boys])-November 16, 1929

On The Nose (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 26, 1937

On The Spot (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 23, 1941 Includes various favorite clips like Babe Didrickson

On The Way To The Front With The Chinese Labor Corps (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 4, 1918 (filmed summer '17)

On The Wing (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© August 1, 1962

Once A Mason (VBK [Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew]- Albert Payson Terhune) bw/silent-2 reels-(VBK Comedy)-© January 22, 1919 (completed ’18)

Once Over, Light (Howard Bretherton) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-May 10, 1931 (Film Daily review) Barber shop troubles with Gracie the manicurist.

Once Upon A Sunday, Island Of Dominica (---) color-17m-(Special / Travel Adventure)-© November 1, 1966 Caribbean travelogue

One Awful Night (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-21m-(Walter Catlett & Eugene Pallette)-October 17, 1933 Detectives investigate a haunted mansion. With Lee Moran, Dick Gilbert & Frank Rice

One Big Night (Howard Bretherton) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Ben Blue])-February 7, 1931

One Every Minute (Town & Country Films- Saul Harrison) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© December 31, 1918

100% American (---) bw/silent-1 reel-(promotional)-© October 22, 1918

100% Service (Ray Cozine) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-August 1, 1931 Antics at a hotel with Gracie hawking cigars.

One Hundred Unusual Boys (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-August 5, 1954  Portrait of a Boy Scouts troop.

The One Man Reunion (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-December 15, 1929 Rip Van Winkle tale with music: “Clock Song” & “Auld Lyng Syne”

Open Fire! (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 18, 1944 (completed ’43) US infantry training reel

Operation Jack Frost (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 1, 1950 Covers Dartmouth College sports

An Oregonian Niagara (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 16, 1917

Oriental College Boys And Co-Eds (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 22, 1920 Part of the Japanese tour of Herbert T. Cowling shot prior to early 1919

Oriental Hugs (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley & Vera Steadman])-September 29, 1928

An Oriental Sing Sing (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 9, 1920

Orrin Tucker And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-November 9, 1939

Osaka To Nagasaki (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-Dec 3, 1917 Japanese tour filmed August 1917

Ottawa And Toronto (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 22, 1917 With a sidetrip to Niagara Falls as it looked in August of 1916

Our Filipino Fighting Force (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 29, 1918  (filmed July '17) This is the Philippine National Guard which fight along with the Regular Army

Our Middies At Annapolis And The U.S. Aviation School (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 28, 1916

Our Playground Of The Pacific (Frederick Burlingham) bw/silent-1 reel-(Burlington Adventure)-© November 19, 1919

Out A Bounds (Aubrey Scotto) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Billy House])-November 14, 1931

Out Fishin’ (Jack Eaton) bw-9m- (Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 26, 1945 (completed ’44) Dave Newell along Tpique River, New Brunswick

Out Of Time (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Herb Williams])-February 12, 1932

Out West (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-25m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-January 20, 1918 (completed ’17)  Antics out west with stunts involving a train.

Outboard Shenanigans (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 1, 1950 Covers Florida motorboat racing

Over The Jumps (Jack Eaton) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© January 5, 1933 (completed ’32)

Over The White Pass (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 25, 1918 (filmed August-September '17) Alaskan tour

Ozark Sportsmen (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 19, 1943 Recreation on White River, Missouri

 

 

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Pacific Paradise (Palmer Miller & Curtis F. Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© June 21, 1940 Hawaii tour

Pacific Salmon Parade (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Sportlight)-© July 15, 1955

Paddle Your Own (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-November 2, 1945 Canoe races filmed in Ontario, emphasizing the influence of the Algonquin Indians' technique.

A Pair Of French Heels (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Jack Durant & Frank Mitchell])-November 14, 1931

Palm Beach And Miami (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 23, 1917 (filmed '15)

Palma De Majorca (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-14m-(Travel Picture)-© February 10, 1921

Pals Is Pals (Joseph Santley & F. Jay Kaufman; story: William E. Lemuels) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [James Barton])-July 27, 1929

Pan-American Champions (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 11, 1937 Covers the Exposition in Texas

Papa Spank (Al Christie Film- Neal Burns) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-February 2, 1929

Parachute Athletes (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-June 19, 1942

The Parade Of The Maestros (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Red Nichols, Emery Deutsch & Ferde Grofe])-© November 18, 1935

Paramount Magazine (Nathan H. Friend & W.O. Hurst; taken over by Tom McNamara as key editor by October 1920) bw/silent-series (1reel each weekly): When John Bray took his Bray Pictographs to Goldwyn, Paramount needed to replace their weekly “human interest” docu-series with a new one. The last Bray productions were single subject reels, but the new Paramount Magazine returned to the three or more subject format. This was one reason it was dubbed a “magazine”. Like the earliest entries of the Pictographs, each episode also included an animated cartoon to add comedy to the dry travel and educational material. Predictably, movie-goers enjoyed the cartoons more than anything else and eventually, by the last year of its run, it was decided to stick to just cartoons identified by their titles. (I do not list those entries here.) It is thanks to the animation that this series isn’t TOTALLY forgotten, since episode No. 1 (actually No. 3851 by their number system) featured the very first appearance of the most popular pre-Mickey Mouse star (and continuing in comics and TV later): Felix the Cat. Aside from the Pat Sullivan studio contributing (and featuring Otto Messmer as Felix’s top animator and director), were Earl Hurd (bringing back his Bobby Bumps), Frank Moser and Paul Terry (a.k.a. future Terrytoons fame and just before he started his “Aesop’s Fables” for the Pathé Exchange).

No. 3851 / © August 11, 1919 (released September 7) “On With the Dance” is one key live-action segment. Cartoon buffs know this one more for Pat Sulivan studio’s “Feline Follies” which introduced the world to Felix the Cat.

No. 3852 / September 14, 1919 Three Minutes of Wit and Wisdom / 40 Minutes to France (tunnel construction)

No. 3853 / September 21, 1919 Riders of the Sandhills / Afield with Dog and Gun

No. 3854 / September 28, 1919 At Work With Tire Builders

No. 3855 / October 5, 1919 Trout Stream of the Adirondacks

No. 3856 / October 12, 1919 The World Famous Bridges

No. 3857 / October 19, 1919 The Four Seasons

No. 3858 / October 26, 1919 The How and Why of Your Transmission

No. 3859 / November 2, 1919 Scientific Spending

No. 3860 / November 9, 1919 A Forest Kingdom

No. 3861 / November 16, 1919 Evolution of a Spring

No. 3862 / November 23, 1919 Land of the Midnight Sun (travel) & cartoon “Musical Mews” with Felix

No. 3863 / November 30, 1919 Camera and Surf Studies

No. 3864 / December 7, 1919 A South American Niagara

No. 3865 / December 14, 1919 Clouds and Sunsets / cartoon “The Adventures of Felix”

No. 3866 / December 21, 1919 In the Canadian Wilds (with Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr.)

No. 3867 / December 28, 1919 More Camera Surf Studies

No. 3868 / © December 24, 1919 The Dream Weavers / cartoon “Felix Hits the North Pole”

No. 3869 / © December 27, 1919 A Matter of Form

No. 3870 / January 18, 1920 Reeling in the Big Ones

No. 3871 / January 25, 1920 Nature’s Beauty Parlor / cartoon “Kill or Cure” with Felix

No. 3872 / February 1, 1920 Famous Women in World’s Work

No. 3873 / February 8, 1920 Museum Mysteries

No. 3874 / February 15, 1920 The Lure of Fashion

No. 3875 / February 22, 1920 On the Job With Grandma / Felix cartoon

No. 3876 / February 29, 1920 The Growth of the North American

No. 3877 / March 7, 1920 Popping the Question

No. 3878 / March 14, 1920 Reclaiming the Everglades / Paul Terry’s cartoon “The Bone of Contention”

No. 3879 / March 21, 1920 Game Trails of the Southland / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Handy Mandy’s Goat”

No. 3880 / March 28, 1920 The Song Factory

No. 3881 / April 4, 1920 The Zero Hour in Art / Felix cartoon

No. 3882 / April 11, 1920 Tailoring in Metal / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “The Kids Find Candy’s Catching”

No. 3883 / April 18, 1920 Mental Acrobats / Felix cartoon

No. 3884 / April 25, 1920 The Nurse of the Tenements

No. 3885 / May 1, 1920 A Feathered Physician / Felix cartoon

No. 3886 / May 9, 1920 The Teeth of the Law / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Bud Takes the Cake”

No. 3887 / May 16, 1920 Lounge Lizards of the Jungle / Felix cartoon

No. 3888 / May 23, 1920 Stars of Stage and Screen / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “The New Cook’s Debut”

No. 3889 / May 30, 1920 A Jungle Honeymoon / Felix cartoon

No. 3890 / June 6, 1920 Long Live the Umpire

No. 3891 / June 13, 1920 Portraits from Acid / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Mice and Money”

No. 3892 / June 20, 1920 A Forest Fantasy / Felix cartoon

No. 3893 / June 27, 1920 Quizzing the Prophets

No. 3894 / July 4, 1920 The Transatlantic Night Express

No. 3895 / July 11, 1920 The Movie Lure

No. 3896 / July 15, 1920 The Kingdom of Night / Felix cartoon

No. 3897 / July 25, 1920 Unpopular Science / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Down the Mississippi”

No. 3898 / August 1, 1920 Masks and Mummies

No. 3899 / August 5, 1920 Peach Pirates / Earl Hurd cartoon “Bobby Bumps the Caveman”

No. 3900 / August 15, 1920 Dying as a Fine Art / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Play Ball”

No. 3901 / August 22, 1920 The Unseen Land

No. 3902 / August 29, 1920 Why Do They Do It? / “Felix the Landlord” cartoon or Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Romance and Rheumatism”

No. 3903 / September 5, 1920 Human Tides / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Budd an Tommy Take a Day Off”

No. 3904 / September 12, 1920 Milady’s Wardrobe

No. 3905 / September 19, 1920 Dangerous Occupations

No. 3906 / September 26, 1920 The Art of Tanning / Felix cartoon “My Hero”

No. 3907 / October 3, 1920 Includes Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “The North Pole”

No. 3908 / October 10, 1920 Includes Henry D. Bailey cartoon

No. 3909 / October 17, 1920 Includes Earl Hurd cartoon

No. 3910 / October 24, 1920 Includes Pat Sullivan cartoon (probably Felix)

No. 3911 / October 31, 1920 Includes Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “The Great Cleanup”

No. 3912 / November 7, 1920 Includes Henry D. Bailey cartoon

No. 3913 / November 14, 1920 Includes Earl Hurd cartoon

No. 3914 / November 20, 1920 Includes Felix cartoon

No. 3915 / November 27, 1920 Includes Frank Moser cartoon "Bud and Susie Join the Tecs"

No. 3916 / December 1, 1920 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Fifty-fifty”

No. 3917 / December 12, 1920 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Henry D. Bailey cartoon “100% Proof”

No. 3918 / December 19, 1920 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Earl Hurd cartoon “Bobby Bumps’ Orchestra”

No. 3919 / December 26, 1920 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Pat Sullivan cartoon (probably Felix)

No. 3920 / January 2, 1921 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Getting Theirs”

No. 3921 / January 9, 1921 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Henry D. Bailey cartoon “Some Sayings of Benjamin Franklyn”

No. 3922 / January 16, 1921 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Earl Hurd cartoon

No. 3923 / January 23, 1921 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Felix cartoon

No. 3924 / January 30, 1921 Twentieth Century Pictionary / Frank Moser’s Bud & Susie cartoon “Ma’s Wipe Your Feet Campaign”

No. 3925 / February 6, 1921 Includes Earl Hurd “Hootch and Mootch” cartoon

No. 3926 / February 13, 1921 Includes Felix cartoon

No. 3927 / February 20, 1921 Includes Earl Hurd cartoon

No. 3928 / February 27, 1921 Includes Frank Moser's Budd & Susie cartoon "Cicumstantial Evidence". This is the last Paramount Magazine short to feature live-action footage. All others (through September) are identified by the animated cartoon title.

Paramount News (“Eyes of the World”) (Emanuel Cohen [editor in early years]; narrator: Gregory Abbott [after series switched to sound in 1929], Bill Slater [later years], Marty Glickman [after ’48 on sports] and several others) bw-1 reel released twice weekly from August 1, 1927 through February 15, 1957

Paramount News Issue #37 (---) bw-1 reel-(Paramount Newsreel Special)-January 5, 1946 (Academy Award Nominee) A singled out “special” issue that wasn’t so special, but this Oscar nomination was partly to praise the series’ over all excellence.

Paramount Pictographs bw/silent-(1 reel each): An interesting series that would need an article all its own. Unfortunately not enough of these weekly released "human interest" newsreel shorts survive. When launched in February 1916, the studio executives bragged in Motion Picture News that this series was a movie counterpart to the greatest printed magazine you could imagine: “Paramount has made a careful study of the most successful magazines of this country and has analyzed the fundamentals of their success. The Pictographs will be a magazine on the screen.“ Its early prestige involved a series of “Preparedness” discussions (in title cards) prepping American movie-goers for the war overseas. Frederick Palmer and Henry Rauterdahl alternated in supervising these segments with celebrity guests Theodore Roosevelt, Major General Leonard Wood, John G. Hibbens (President of Princeton University), legendary explorer Robert E. Peary and John Hayes Hammond Jr. Another series “Are You Fitted for Your Job?" featured Dr. Hugo Munsterberg, who later had another series on psychology. Most popular were the “Better Babies” supposedly supervised by the Woman's Home Companion and a “Science & Invention” section by Waldemar Kaempffert of the Popular Science Monthly (including early shots a gyroscope utilized by Elmer G. Sperry).

No. 1 / February 6, 1916

No. 2 / February 13, 1916 Features Theodore Roosevelt in Oyster Bay discussing (in title cards) about "preparedness" (with a war overseas)

No. 3 / February 20, 1916

No. 4 / February 27, 1916

No. 5 / March 5, 1916

No. 6 / March 12, 1916

No. 7 / March 19, 1916 Our Inadequate Army (Infantry); Measuring and Weighing the Baby;  

Carving the Roast; Remarkable Hands; Political Cartoon

No. 8 / March 26, 1916

No. 9 / March 29, 1916 (all copyright dates from now on): Preparedness with Machine Guns; hair dressing; carving ham

No. 10 / April 6, 1916 Preparedness: Caring for the wounded. Also “The Hair They Wear” and a serial Trickids

No. 11 / April 12, 1916 Preparedness: the inadequacy of the U.S. Navy. Also Better Babies / John Bray political cartoon “Things We Should Know: The Submarine Goes Down” / serial “The Hazards of Happifat”

No. 12 / April 20, 1916 Preparedness with Frederick Palmer suggests what could happen if an enemy would attack the still peaceful U.S. through New York or Boston. Also a Better Babies segment, a Trickids serial "The Hazards of Happifat"; Professor Hugo Munsterberg's psychology test (men who make us laugh) & "The Old and the New No. 1: Candles to Electric Lights" (presented by Waldemar Kaempffert)

No. 13 / April 25, 1916 Preparedness with Frederick Palmer covers naval vessels in action; “Superstitions” cover the number 13; Better Babies / Trickids

No. 14 / May 2, 1916

No. 15 / May 10, 1916

No. 16 / May 16, 1916 Preparedness with Frederick Palmer: Physical Training / Making a Cop / Better Babies / Jobs You Would Not Want / Trickids

No. 17 / May 23, 1916 Lake Baltimore cake recipe / Better Babies / Preparedness with Frederick Palmer / Trickids “Happifat and Rip Van Winkle”

No. 18 / May 31, 1916 Preparedness with Frederick Palmer: First Aid to the Injured / Better Babies / Jobs You Would Not Want / Trickids

No. 19 / June 6, 1916 Preparedness with Frederick Palmer: How Our Fleet Might Be Destroyed / / Making of a Blue Jacket / Professor Hugo Munsterberg "Testing the Mind" / Batter Babies "Free Play" / Jobs You Would Not Want / Trickids

No. 20 / June 16, 1916 Professor Hugo Munsterberg "Keeping Time" / Better Babies: How to dress & undress / Training a Lion / Preparing Fruit "New Ways” / How to Fall

No. 21 / June 21, 1916 Preparedness with Henry Reuterdahl: How the U.S. Fleet could be destroyed / Professor Hugo Munsterberg "Human Mental Machine" / boats on Wild Goose Rapids, Idaho / Better Babies: "Physical Independence" / How to Fall

No. 22 / June 29, 1916 Weights & Measures / Professor Hugo Munsterberg "Memory for Numbers"

No. 23 / July 6, 1916 Better Babies: Nursery Table Manners / Hunting Bird Secrets With a Naturalist / Do You Take Ten Minute Vacations? / How to Paddle Your Own Canoe

No. 24 / July 12, 1916 "Taming a Green Lion" (circus trainer) / golf with Alec Smith / Better Babies / Coney Island / Wistar Academy

No. 25 / July 18, 1916 "How the Chemist Makes War" (use of gas masks and gun cotton) / water power energy with railroads / climbing the Rockies / Better Babies: Constructive Imagination / "What a Tennis Ball Will Do" / "How Germs Destroy Each Other”

No. 26 / July 24, 1916 A Lesson in Horsemanship / Landing a Man-eating Shark / Better Babies: Body Building / Raising 60,000 Ducks / Speeding Up the Rails

No. 27 / August 2, 1916 "Bicycles I Have Met" / Better Babies: Table Setting / tennis lesson / milk processing / Professor Hugo Munsterberg

No. 28 / August 8, 1916 Shows a fireman in training / Better Babies: Maternal Nursing / Weaving in Wood (willow chairs) / George Junior Republic (children town) / picnic with a car that turns into a kitchen

No. 29 / August 16, 1916

No. 30 / August 23, 1916 Origin of "Following the Bee Line" / New York Floating Hospital for Sick Babies (St. John’s) / Yacht Racing (Prospect Park in Brooklyn NYC) / Dueling with Sword Fish

No. 31 / August 22, 1916 Better Pigs / Better Babies "Keeping Well Babies Well" / military boys school / miscropic "wonder picture" (microbes in drinking water)

No. 32 / September 6, 1916

No. 33 / September 13, 1916 Great American Exercise (manufacture of chewing gum) / Fort Terry military school (Plum Island, New York)

No. 34 / September 20, 1916 Safety Last (first in a "preventing injury" series) / What Became of the Spining Wheel? (first in a series) / How Great Lakes Freighters are Handled / cats & dogs

No. 35 / September 27, 1916

No. 36 / October 9, 1916 Oyster harvesting / Will Hopkins cartoon (stop motion) / What Became of the Spining Wheel? adds paper manufacturing

No. 37 / October 12, 1916 A Newspaper in the Making / **** Jobs for the Motorcycle / Checking Up the Umpire / Controlling an Oil Gusher

No. 38 / October 18, 1916

No. 39 / October 25, 1916

No. 40 / October 31, 1916 Self-Defense without Weapons / People of the Alaskan Wilderness (with George Burbank Shattuck, 1st in a series) / Frenzie Frocks & Frills / Have You a Little Heifer in Your Home?

No. 41 / November 8, 1916 Walter Raymond Duff's etchings

No. 42 / November 16, 1916 apple trees are grafted / Nature's garden / keeping water supply in NYC and other cities

No. 43 / November 22, 1916

No. 44 / December 1, 1916 Modeling from Life: Willie Hopkins clay Isaac Newton (assisted by Ashley Miller); First Aid to the Four Footed; Taking the Bumps Out of the Ocean; Scenic Gems from Italy (Lake Orta)

No. 45 / December 6, 1916 The Evolution of a Poster; Holiday Resorts of Italy; A Little Experiment in Lip-Reading; The Turkey Farm.

No. 46 / December 13, 1916 An American Vesuvius; Championship Billiards; The Toll Gate of the Atlantic; Fifty-Fifty, Plastique.

No. 47 / December 19, 1916 A Day with the Girls at Vassar; Witching for Water; Foiling the Submarine; The Modern Swordsman; Uncle Sam's Frontier Wonderland.

No. 48 / December 27, 1916 Fine Arts with Hammer and Anvil; Niagara in Harness; Experiments in Physics; Remaking Young Citizens.

No. 49 / January 3, 1917 The Trail of Health and Appetite; Peculiarities of the Air; Mining for Beauty; Japanese Ice Box.

No. 50 / January 10, 1917 Beating the Wind; Industrial Diamonds; The High Cost of Living; Transplanting Big Trees.

No. 51 / January 17, 1917 An Army on Skis; The Sailors Snug Harbor; Harnessing the Wind; The Clay Workers.

No. 52 / January 24, 1917 How the Shot Tower Was Discovered; Bending the Human Twig (vocational schools); Winter Sports in America (includes Lake Placid); Christian Leden in the Shadow of the North Pole



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Paramount-Bray Pictographs bw/silent-(1 reel each): Starting in January 1917, Paramount farmed the “Paramount Pictographs” series over to John R. Bray’s studio in New York, which had periodically provided material before. Now fully in charge, Bray made great use of his top animators at his successful pre-Disney cartoon studio, including Earl Hurd’s already popular “Bobby Bumps” series as well as some of the earliest rotoscope KoKo the Clown experiments by Max and Dave Fleischer… and these two would later rejoin with Paramount to become their top cartoon producers a decade later. Animation was also used on a technical level by J.D. Leventhal to help explain the functions of popular wartime vehicles. Speaking of the war, the Uncle Sam’s “Hints for Housewives” might be of special interest today (if any survive for viewing) in how it helped homemakers economize in a time of shortages. The series, which was still essentially “live-action”, was billed “Paramount-Bray Pictographs” until Bray left Paramount for a more lucrative deal with rival Goldwyn Pictures, with the number system carried over from the Paramount Pictographs uninterrupted.

No. 53 / February 4, 1917 First production from John R. Bray includes a cartoon of Col. Heeza Liar "On the Jump" in the mix. Also: bloodhound training, mariner markings with the U.S. Lighthouse Service and skating

No. 54 / February 5, 1917 Includes cartoon “Bobby Bumps in the Great Divide”

No. 55 / February 14, 1917 Includes first Quacky Doodles cartoon "Quacky Doodles' Picnic"

No. 56 / February 21, 1917 Includes cartoon "Col. Heeza Liar Detective"

No. 57 / March 1, 1917 Roycroft Shops at East Aurora (New York) started by Elbert Hubbard / Canvasback ducks / / cartoon "Bobby Bumps Adopts a Turtle"

No. 58 / March 6, 1917 Farming for Feathers / Reviving of the Weaver's Craft / Safeguarding a City's Health / cartoon "Quacky Doodles' Food Crisis"

No. 59 / March 14, 1917 first of a series on Sam Lloyd Picto-Puzzles / artificial flower making / West Indies travel (diving boys of Kingston included) / Col. Heeza Liar cartoon "Spy Dodger"

No. 60 / March 22, 1917 Americanizing an Oriental Art (making of Batik) / United States Assay office (gold processing) / Bobby Bumps cartoon “Office Boy”

No. 61 / March 29, 1917 Mobiling the Red Cross / Mission Life in California / Sam Lloyd Picto-Puzzles No. 2 / Quacky Doodles cartoon "Early Bird"

No. 62 / April 5, 1917 ballet with Metropolitan Opera (NYC) / Dr. George B. Shattuck studies California geology / “Paul Revere” stops deaths in NYC traffic / Miss Nanny Goat

No. 63 / April 13, 1917 Abalone Pearl Fishing / raccoon hunting in North Carolina / Sam Lloyd's Picto-Puzzle No. 3 / cartoon “Bobby Bumps outwits the Dogsnatcher” (cartoon "Otto Luck's Flivvered Romance” was released separately but added to a reel in 1918)

No. 64 / April 19, 1917 Prof. D.R. Hodgdon a “Poison Doll” in chemistry / turkey hunting in North Carolina / salvaging submarines’ prey / Quacky Doodles cartoon “Soldiering for Fair”

No. 65 / April 26, 1917 Includes cartoon "Stung!" by Leighton Budd

No. 66 / May 1, 1917 Includes cartoon "Bobby Bumps Volunteers"

No. 67 / May 9, 1917

No. 68 / May 14, 1917 cartoon “Awakening of America” / Sam Lloyd Picto-Puzzle / J. D. Leventhal "The Submarine Mine-Layer"

No. 69 / May 23, 1917 “Key to Beauty” / San Francisco shop makes ukeleles / Auckland fisherman / Bobby Bumps cartoon “Daylight Camping Trip”

No. 70 / May 29, 1917

No. 71 / June 4, 1917 May have included cartoon "Otto Luck in the Movies" or that was released seperately

No. 72 / June 11, 1917 Includes Leighton Budd's "Evolution of the Dachshund" cartoon / J.D. Leventhal's "Traveling Forts"

No. 73 / June 19, 1917 Fencing in Japan / American Match Making / Oldest Railroad in the U.S. / cartoon "Otto Luck to the Rescue" / cartoon "Otto Luck to the Rescue" or "Bobby Bumps Submarine Chaser" may have been released with this or seperately

No. 74 / June 25, 1917 cowboys in action / J. F. Leventhal examination of British tanks / food dehydration process / Sam Lloyd Picto-Puzzle

No. 75 / June 30, 1917

No. 76 / July 9, 1917 going to sea on the U.S.S. in NYC with C.F. Pierce / unmasking the mediums with psychologist Hereward Carrington / Waickiki Beach / cartoon "Bobby Bump's Fourth"

No. 77 / July 17, 1917 foxhounds and fox hunting / Land of Make Believe (stage setting for films) / cartoon " Sic 'Em Cat "

No. 78 / July 23, 1917 Includes J.D. Leventhal's Fiske Torpedo Plane animation

No. 79 / July 28, 1917 Actors Fund Home in Staten Island / cartoon "Bobby Bumps' Amusement Park"

No. 80 / August 7, 1917 Features Fernwood Institute (New York) for the deaf

No. 81 / August 13, 1917 Coney Island / Japanese tea harvesting / Simon Lake submarine / cartoons "Col. Heeza Liar's Temperance Lecture" & Leighton Dudd's "Uncle Sam's Dinner"

No. 82 / August 22, 1917 Includes cartoon "Bobby Bumps Surf Rider"

No. 83 / August 29, 1917 Includes cartoon "Goodrich Dirt at the Seashore"

No. 84 / September 7, 1917 Includes cartoon "Quackie Doodles Sings the Pledge"

No. 85 / September 14, 1917 In a Scupture's Sudio / De-Indianizing the Red Man / cartoon "Bobby Bumps Starts to School"

No. 86 / September 17, 1917 Mallards along Carolina coast / Unmasking the Mediums (repeat scene?) / U.S. Ambulance Cops / J.D. Leventhal's cartoon "A Submarine Destroyer"

No. 87 / September 25, 1917 Metropolitan jungle / Higher Education for Army Cooks a Denishawn Entertainment / cartoon "Goodrich Dirt Lunch Detective"

No. 88 / September 29, 1917 Southern deer hunt with R. F. Warner / Uncle Sam hints to Housewives No. 1: soap making / New Zealand wood chopping contest / cartoon "Bobby Bumps' World Series (Serious)"

No. 89 / October 8, 1917 Woodcraft & camping / Uncle Sam's Hints to Housewives No. 2: the iceless refridgerator / Denizens of the Metropolitan Jungle / Quacky Doodles cartoon "The Cheater"

No. 90 / October 15, 1917 Humpback whale hunt / Uncle Sam's Hints for Housewives: the meatless meat loaf / J. D. Leventhal's Aeroplane machine gun

No. 91 / October 24, 1917 Adirondack trails / jewelry & personality / potato skyscraper / cartoon “Bobby Bumps Chef”

No. 92 / November 1, 1917 Maine logging camps / Uncle Sam's Hints for Housewives: fireless cooker / “Goodrich Dirt in Training Camp” cartoon

No. 93 / November 5, 1917 Miss Mary Averell & Japanese flower arrangements / silver foxes / J. F. Leventhal's "Putting Volcanoes To Work"

No. 94 / November 12, 1917 Army tractors / Florida Palmetto palms / Uncle Sam’s Hints to Housewives: preserving eggs / Bobby Bumps “Fido’s Birthday Party” cartoon

No. 95 / November 17, 1917 World's Greatest Mounted Police (New York) / Trench Torches / J. F. Leventhal's Gasoline Engines

No. 96 / November 24, 1917 Life Extension Institute of New York co-produces a teeth care instruction / William Deneau of 108th U.S. Engineers demonstrates new safety measures for submarines / Salvatore Antonio Guarino demonstrates monprinting / "Goodrich Dirt's Amateur Night" cartoon

No. 97 / December 4, 1917 Vera Roehm demonstrates the Battling Nelson hook / whippet racing / Visit to a huge candy plant / cartoon "Bobby Bumps' Early Shopper"

No. 98 / December 6, 1917 "Balloon Railway" involves cables held up by balloons: an invention discovered in the U.S. Patent Office (J. R. Leventhal animation)

No. 99 / December 17, 1917 Dog Chauffeur (canine drives a car) / cartoon "Goodrich Dirt and the $1000 Reward" / making of twine

No. 100 / December 26, 1917 Anita Baldwin dog fancier helps the war effort

No. 101 / December 30, 1917 Bertha Holley's gowns / cartoon “Bobby Bumps’ Tank”

No. 102 / January 7, 1918 New Art of the Dress / Destructive Power of T-N-T / cartoon “Goodrich Dirt and the Duke de Whatanob”

No. 103 / January 14, 1918 Women In The World Of Work: Anne Haviland expert on perfumes / J. D. Leventhal's "Panama Canal" / maybe cartoons Leighton Budd’s "The Peril of Prussianism" or "Bobby Bumps' Disappearing Gun" although these were probably released seperately

No. 104 / January 21, 1918 Women In The World Of Work: Susanne Bell raises Persian cats / magician Hereward Carrington / youth winter sports / Leighton Budd's "Putting Fritz on the Water Wagon"

No. 105 / January 29, 1918 Royal Dixon studies bird songs / Women In The World Of Work: Mrs. Ida Kuh Smith (famous for school crafts) / magician Herwerd Carrington / cartoon “Goodrich Dirt’s Bear Hunt”

No. 106 / February 14, 1918 Our Southern Mountaineers / magician Hereward Carrington

No. 107 / February 16, 1918 J. F. Leventhal's Rudiments of Flying

No. 108 / February 18, 1918 wartime camouflage is explained / cartoon “Bobby Bumps at the Dentist”

No. 109 / February 22, 1918 Moonshiners down South / Stage Womens’ War Relief / cartoon “Pinkerton Pup’s Portrait”

No. 110 / March 2, 1918 Army motorcyclists / Torpedo machinery examined by E. Dan Parmelee (maybe J. D. Leventhal) / volcano Kilauea

No. 111 / March 9, 1918 Egyptian dance under Miss Morgan of the University of California / Philadelphia Mint / cartoon "Goodrich Dirt in the Barber Business"

No. 112 / March 14, 1918 Ann Pennington dances Hula Hula amidst Hawaii travel footage / Liberty Bonds / cartoon "Bobby Bumps' Fight"

No. 113 / March 23, 1918 Training Women Sharpshooters / house boat on the Hudson River / cartoon “Me und Gott”

No. 114 / March 25, 1918 Bears and boys / US postage stamps / cartoon “Goodrich Dirt Mat Artist”

No. 115 / April 5, 1918 More Hawaii / Dr. R. A. Spaeth's "Microscopic Revations"

No. 116 / April 12, 1918 More Dr. R. A. Spaeth's "Microscopic Revations" / NYC police horses / cartoon "Tonsorial Slot Machine" / cartoon "Bobby Bumps on the Road" may have been released seperately.

No. 117 / April 18, 1918 Liberty Bonds featuring Kaiser's pet parrot / allotment cards shown processed for sailors / more Dr. R. A. Spaeth's "Microscopic Revations" / California orange groves

No. 118 / April 25, 1918 cartoon “Goodrich Dirt the Badman Tamer” / trapdoor spiders / waterfalls (“America’s Sleeping Giants”)

No. 119 / May 3, 1918 Eliminating Train Stops / E.D. Parmelee's animated "The Depth Bomb" / Salvation Army / Dr. De Kerlor's character analysis

No. 120 / May 10, 1918 cartoon "Bobby Bumps Gets Caught in a Jam" / California's "Rod & Reel Champions" / ship construction

No. 121 / May 18, 1918 cartoon "Goodrich Dirt in Darkest Africa" / Blue RidgeMountain flintlocks / California alligator farm

No. 122 / May 22, 1918 Miss Grace Tabor’s “War Garden Hints” / William Fairfield Osborn turns Natural History Museum into a wartime hospital / cartoon “Bobby Bumps Out West”

No. 123 / June 1, 1918 Max Fleisher “Out of Inkwell” animation / Professor de Kerlor’s character analyisi of famous people / Weather Man perched on 17 Battery Place

No. 124 / June 5, 1918 cartoon "Goodrich Dirt, King of Spades" / Arabian horses / fine embroidery

No. 125 / June 13, 1918 cartoon "Bobby Bumps Films a Fire" / More Miss Grace Tabors gardening / manufacturing of barrels

No. 126 / June 21, 1918 Animation of a pterodactyl (L. M. Glackens "Our First Flyers") / Scematography / W.L. Finley (Fish of Game Commissioner of Oregon)

No. 127 / June 28, 1918 Schematography, The Art of Correcting Injurious Postural Habits; With the Deep Sea Anglers; Animated Technical Drawing (E. Dean Parmlee)

No. 128 / July 5, 1918 Helping Humanity to Be Healthy and Happy, No. 1 ; Beauty to Order, The Advanced Art of Dermatology; cartoon "Goodric Dirt the Cop"

No. 6077 / July 15, 1918 Helping Humanity to Be Healthy and Happy, No. 2; Preparing the Victory Army; In Nature's Gardens; cartoon "Bobby Bumps Becomes an Ace"

No. 6078 / July 22, 1918 Helping Humanity to Be Healthy and Happy No. 3 / African game hunt / Motion Analyzed (first in a series); cartoon "Von Loon's 25000-Mile Gun"

No. 6079 / July 27, 1918 Why Batters "Fan Out" (second in a series analyzing motion); Animated Technical Drawing (E. Dean Parmelee)

No. 6080 / August 3, 1918 cartoon "Goodrich Dirt in the Dark and Stormy Night" / shoe problems and feet problems / lady life guards at Venice, California (also listed No. 30/131)

No. 6081 / August 10, 1918 Modern Italian farm / Treasures of the Great City (NYC Public Library) / cartoon "Bobby Bumps on the Doughnut Trail" (also listed as 132) Concurrently released was a compilation of reissue material as two films substituting in theaters (tea in Japan, Coney Island etc.)

No. 6082 / August 20, 1918 Features Ruth St. Denis & Ted Shawn on spirit of the dance (Donishawn) / Efficiancy via Express / reissue Bobby Bumps cartoon

No. 6083 / August 28, 1918 goat raising / Goodrich Dirt cartoon set at beach "Among the Beach Nuts" / art of book binding with Margureite Lahey

No. 6084 / August 31, 1918 quail hunt in Virginia / How a Cowboy Makes a Lariat / Scenic Gem from South America

No. 6085 / September 9, 1918 sculptor Edward Field Sanford Jr. / Sherman Institute of Riverside (California) / reissued Bobby Bumps cartoon

No. 6086 / September 16, 1918 E. Dean Parmelee's "Aerial Warfare" (Thomas Edison Lake submarine destroyer) & reissue of earlier material

No. 6087 / September 23, 1918

No. 6088 / September 28, 1918 Includes cartoon “Bobby Bumps and the Speckled Death”  and possibly “Goodrich Dirt Millionaire”

No. 6089 / October 5, 1918 A German Trick That Failed / possibly cartoon “Goodrich Dirt”

No. 6090 / October 11, 1918 Modern Miracle Worker / Our Newest Possessions / Why Movies Move / possible Bobby Bumps (although these cartoons were now released seperate)

No. 6091 / November 15, 1918 Tortola: The Fisherman’s Paradise / A Machine That Thinks / An Oriental Match / cartoon “The Greased Pole”

No. 6092 / November 1918 Industries Of Our New Possessions

No. 6093 / November 20, 1918 Faithfulness of the Fourfooters

No. 6094 / November 27, 1918 How Museum Groups Are Made

No. 6095 / December 2, 1918 Silent Gun of the Future

No. 6096 / December 12, 1918 The Vanishing Skirts

No. 6097 / December 17, 1918

No. 6098 / December 26, 1918 Douglas Fairbanks seen in "The Magazine on the Screen"

No. 6099 / January 2, 1919 Training War Birds / A Trip to the Leeward Islands / possible Bobby Bumps cartoon

No. 6100 / January 6, 1919 Sugar Growing in the West Indies (Leeward Islands) / Individual Oil Wells

No. 6101 / January 15, 1919 More travels in West Indies / Perilous Occupations

No. 6102 / January 24, 1919 The Passing of the Cannibal / Training Women for Canteen Work

No. 6103 / January 31, 1919 The series now started focusing on just one subject, in this case “Winter Sports”

No. 6104 / February 8, 1919 War Brides

No. 6105 / February 12, 1919 Hand Grenades

No. 6106 / February 24, 1919 A Kid Railroad

No. 6107 / March 1, 1919 Hatching an Eagle a Day

No. 6108 / March 8, 1919 Birth of a Tornado

No. 6109 / March 15, 1919 Most Popular Girl in World

No. 6110 / March 22, 1919 Indoor Gold

No. 6111 / March 29, 1919 Comets

No. 6112 / April 5, 1919 Tin Can Toys

No. 6113 / April 12, 1919 Coal Mining

No. 6114 / April 19, 1919 Fun In Feet

No. 6115 / April 26, 1919 How the Telephone Talks

No. 6116 / May 2, 1919 Bath Towel Beauties

No. 6117 / May 9, 1919 Lessons in Swordsmanship

No. 6118 / May 17, 1919 Giants in Fairyland

No. 6119 / May 24, 1919 Action of the Heart

No. 6120 / May 29, 1919 American in the Making

No. 6121 / June 9, 1919 Bird of Commerce

No. 6122 / June 17, 1919 Beans

No. 6123 / June 21, 1919 Mysteries of Snow

No. 6124 / July 1, 1919 Plant Growth

No. 6125 / July 7, 1919 Charting the Sky

No. 6126 / July 13, 1919 Salvaging Torpedoed Millions

No. 6127 / July 20, 1919 Science and Your Camera

No. 6128 / July 27, 1919 Little Known New York

No. 6129 / August 3, 1919 Respectable Criminals

No. 6130 / August 10, 1919 New York the Stupendous

No. 6131 / August 17, 1919 Lake Mohank

Paramount Pictorial: This marked a return to the silent era “Pictographs” and “Magazine”, multi-subject newsreels of “human interest” material, but with sound and occasionally Technicolor as well. (You can imagine The Wizard of Oz effect wowing movie-goers in the dark theaters when one clip in a film swiched to the full rainbow, especially after the series started using the better 3-color system by 1934.) The numbering system used was rather awkward with “volume” number 2 used on prints actually released in season number three, thus throwing identification of individual titles off. When U.M. & M. TV Corporation purchased the series in 1957, new numbers were used on the prints to make the situation less confusing and I have listed those below too… if it helps. Some were also reissued with a new “The World At Large” logo. Although the word “Pictorial” was sometimes used after 1939, all of these sported different titles as part of Paramount’s “Paragraphics”.

No. 01 (800) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-September 26, 1930 First "human interest" newsreel spotlighting Clara Bow, the art of makeup and "boy sculpters Arabs".

No. 02 (801) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-October 31, 1930  fish faces / Munich mannikins / Siberian walrus hunting / stars of tomorrow

No. 03 (802) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-November 28, 1930 Lowell Thomas debuts as your trusty travelogue narrator for a Juggernaut car race and India festivals / “In the Gloaming” / Jesse Crawford

No. 04 (803) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-December 26, 1930 Lowell Thomas / Leslie Thrasher / whaling in the North Atlantic

No. 05 (804) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-January 31, 1931 Lowell Thomas / “Up the River” in Mexico / John Philip Sousa

No. 06 (805) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-February 27, 1931 trout harvest / The Children’s Hour / Lowell Thomas

No. 07 (806) (Fred Waller) bw-8m-March 27, 1931 Lowell Thomas covers Venice / marionettes / Rudy Vallee explains his orchestra structure

No. 08 (807) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-April 24, 1931 Jesse Crawford / Ruth St. Denis / Lowell Thomas

No. 09 (808) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-May 16, 1931  Lowell Thomas covers a hippo hunt in Abyssinia / harp harmonies / Joe Kirkwood on golf

No. 10 (809) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-June 6, 1931 Lowell Thomas / Walker Hagen on golf / “sweet lady of the air”

No. 11 (810) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-June 27, 1931 Lowell Thomas / Horton Smith & George Von Elm on golf / Flo Ziegfeld

No. 12 (811) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-July 18, 1931 Michael Pakine / Africa USA / Jesse Crawford

Paramount Pictorial No. 2-01 (812) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-7m-August 22, 1931 Lowell Thomas / Aber Twins / Japanese goldfish

No. 2-02 (813) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-7m-September 26, 1931 painting with light / dragons of today (lizards) / Ann Leaf songs of the organ

No. 2-03 (814) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-7m-October 23, 1931 Lowell Thomas covers African animals / new dishes displayed in color / “behind the microphone” covers radio broadcasting

No. 2-04 (815) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-8m-November 28, 1931  tropical coral reefs studied by the NYC Museum of Natural History / Major Dawley on marionettes / Ann Leaf at the organ

No. 2-05 (816) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-7m-December 26, 1931 “drink for 6 million” (NYC water resources & the Catskill mountains) / educated foes / pony college out west (in color)

No. 2-06 (817) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-January 30, 1932 Vincent Lopez / jewels / Lowell Thomas

No. 2-07 (818) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-9m-March 5, 1932 Ann Leaf / new fashion styles / process of film editing

No. 2-08 (819) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-March 25, 1932 Mt. Vernon / mittens on the piano keys / riding the Colorado River in small boats (Clyde Eddy featured)

No. 2-09 (820) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-9m-April 28, 1932 Harry von Tilzer / “daddy of popular song” / tropical birds in color / music of the mines (Welsh folk songs)

No. 2-10 (821) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-9m-May 26, 1932  Chasing rainbows /  “footnotes of 1932” (fashion show) /  Dave Rubinoff & his violin

No. 2-11 (822) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-June 24, 1932  threads from your past / ancient English water trail / nuts in your loudspeaker

No. 2-12 (823) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-July 29, 1932  "Modern Carmen" in prehistoric desert / aristocrat of flowers / hurricane houses

Paramount Pictorial Series 3 (P2)-01 (823) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-August 11, 1932  mists of the morning / Indo-China temple belles / radio personalities. Note: Often the periodicals and film titles have the number of series 3 listed as “P2”, which makes identification confusing. This number system remained off through the end of the series.

Series 3 (P2)-02 (824) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-9m-September 9, 1932  "unmentionables" / New England sunsets / radio personalities

Series 3 (P2)-03 (825) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-October 6, 1932  desert friends / fall of the year / radio starmaker

Series 3 (P2)-04 (826) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-9m-November 2, 1932  hair styles / desert flowers / camels

Series 3 (P2)-05 (828) (Fred Waller) bw-8m-December 1, 1932  John Mongal comes to town (Roy Chapman Andrews discusses Mongolian culture) / skiing / radio personalities: Alice Joy

Series 3 (P2)-06 (829) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-8m-December 30, 1932  color views of California scenery / La Rumba de Cuba / U.S. Navy

Series 3 (P2)-07 (830) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-January 27, 1933  this is ducky" / ancient music / news broadcasting

Series 3 (P2)-08 (831) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-February 24, 1933  glassmaking (Corning Glass orks) / "Going Back Home" / costuming the Earl Carrol Vanities

Series 3 (P2)-09 (832) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-March 17, 1933  So this is Paris / drama of the northland / Amelia Earhart

Series 3 (P2)-10 (833) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-10m-April 21, 1933  springtime on the farm  (color scenes) / lab sleuths (crime investigation) / Three X Sisters

Series 3 (P2)-11 (834) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-May 19, 1933  Roy Chapman Andrews at American Museum of Natural History / Ward Wilson does impersonations / Danbury fair

Series 3 (P2)-12 (835) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-June 16, 1933  treasure hunt / wings of summer / "Putting One Over"- Lillian Roth

Series 3 (P2)-13 (836) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-July 14, 1933  tableaux in wax / bird sanctuary / American song makers



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Paramount Pictorial Series 4 (P3)-01 (837) (Fred Waller) part Technicolor (2-color)-9m-© August 6, 1933  just a little dressing / rock garden in color / Irving Mills & Blue Rhythm Band, Cab Calloway & Duke Ellington’s “Creole Rhapsody”. Season 4 is also identified as season 3.

Series 4 (P3)-02 (838) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-September 8, 1933  salmon trail / champion trotter (horse race) / Johnny Green

Series 4 (P3)-03 (839) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-October 5, 1933  Roy Chapman Andrews / September morn / Harry Armstrong

Series 4 (P3)-04 (840) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-November 3, 1933  crabs shown close up / Manhattan at night / Irving S. Cobb

Series 4 (P3)-05 (841) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-December 1, 1933  old mill / "Jack Frost" / song makers: Billy Hill "The Last Roundup"

Series 4 (P3)-06 (842) (Fred Waller) bw-9m-December 29, 1933  Southward ho (mariners voyage) / Donald Novis "Trees" / Gild Gray

Series 4 (P3)-07 (843) (Fred Waller) bw-8m-© January 25, 1934  unusual fish species / liquid air / Lanny Ross

Series 4 (P3)-08 (844) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© February 21, 1934  Old Nassau sponges / “what next- ladies” / Mack Gordon / Harry Revel

Series 4 (P3)-09 (845) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© March 21, 1934  song makers Lewis & Sherman / Winter Meshie /  child of a chimpanzee

Series 4 (P3)-10 (846) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© April 18, 1934  Here’s How / a house for a song / Con Conrad songwriter

Series 4 (P3)-11 (847) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-May 18, 1934   “more or less” / eyes of science (microscope scenes) / Ralph Rainger songwriter

Series 4 (P3)-12 (848) (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© June 13, 1934 art of make up / Englishmen fashion / fairy of the flowers (hummingbirds) / Harold Arlen composer of "Stormy Weather"

Series 4 (P3)-13 (849) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-11m-July 13, 1934 Anne Leaf on the organ - "The River & Me" / bird migrations up north / Ray Smeck

Paramount Pictorial Series 5 (P4)-01 (850) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-August 17, 1934 Charles Tobias songwriter / flowers of California / the Windjammer at sea. Season 5 is also identified as season 4.

Series 5 (P4)-02 (851) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-September 14, 1934 wheat harvest by Mt. Hood, Oregon (including 27 mules)  / geared rhythm (mechanical gears set to music) / Denys Wortman cartoonist

Series 5 (P4)-03 (852) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-October 12, 1934   bears / valley of silence / Irving Mills

Series 5 (P4)-04 (853) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-November 9, 1934  the boat Ahoy / hot dog / Mabel Wayne

Series 5 (P4)-05 (854) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-December 7, 1934  rose of Bulgaria (flower extract) / O. Soglaw burlesques artists / Coney Island

Series 5 (P4)-06 (855) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-© January 2, 1935 Rubinoff performs "Twilight Melody" / a naturalist at work (mostly plants) / Howard Chandler Christy paints in Technicolor

Series 5 (P4)-07 (856) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-February 1, 1935  Victoria Falls (present Zimbabwe) / Billy Blue Gum (a bear) / Mericano (dance team)

Series 5 (P4)-08 (857) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© February 28, 1935  Aubrey Bainter, juvenile cellist / Madeira travel scenes / Rube Goldberg

Series 5 (P4)-09 (858) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-March 29, 1935  Marseilles scenes / bird city / Eddie Dowling (Thumbs Up)

Series 5 (P4)-10 (859) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-© April 24, 1935 "Metropolis Afloat" (luxury liners) / lilies (slow motion photography) / Lew Pollack

Series 5 (P4)-11 (860) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-© May 20, 1935  Includes waterway scenes "Main Street Afloat" / "Evening Shadows" (music and painting) / Joseph Howard songwriter

Series 5 (P4)-12 (861) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-June 21, 1935  fashions afloat / “cubs to you” / Herman Hupfeld

Series 5 (P4)-13 (862) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-July 19, 1935   Willard Robeson sings / gadgets for ladies' clothes / steel thunderboats (trains)

Paramount Pictorial Series 6 (P5)-01 (863) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-August 16, 1935  Hoagy Carmichael / Venice in Technicolor (may be borrowed from an earlier film of Robert Bruce, made independently as IRISH MELODY) / flame fighters. Season  is also identified as season 5.

Series 6 (P5)-02 (864) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© September 12, 1935  making money in Washington's Bureau of Engraving / deep sea dishes / Jean Schwartz songwriter

Series 6 (P5)-03 (865) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-9m-October 10, 1935 Segments: Arthur M. Bailey of the Chicago Academy of Art specializes in close-up photography of birds: hawk, kildeer, etc. ; beauty shots of Canadian Rockies sights; Tot Seymore and Vee Lawnhurst are American's only 2-woman songwriting team (?), talking and singing with male interviewer

Series 6 (P5)-04 (866) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-November 8, 1935   jewelry / historic Charleston / music styles of Latin Amerca

Series 6 (P5)-05 (867) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-December 6, 1935  Manhattan Rhapsody (re-edit of earlier short) / animal buddies / Doane Powell, "man of many faces" (mask collector & maker)

Series 6 (P5)-06 (868) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-January 3, 1936  Paris fashions / shifting sands (Oregon scenic) / nature’s sideshow (animal stunts)

Series 6 (P5)-07 (869) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-January 31, 1936 mountain moods / camera hounds / songwriters Ralph Rainger & Leo Robin

Series 6 (P5)-08 (870) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-February 28, 1936 Frederick Goudy designs typeface / sailboats in Sydney harbor / how animal voices are provided for radio programs with Brad Barker

Series 6 (P5)-09 (871) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-March 27, 1936 William L. Finley studies bird trails / Lake of Enchantment (Lake Pátzcuaro in Mexico) / Swannee River goes “high hat” with Charles Haubiel

Series 6 (P5)-10 (872) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-11m-April 24, 1936  troilers of the deep / where beauty reins / makeup

Series 6 (P5)-11 (873) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-May 22, 1936 how champagne is produced / girls will be boys (masculine fashions for women) / scaling Mount Blanc

Series 6 (P5)-12 (874) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-June 19, 1936   pelicans / Viola Mitchell / steel suits

Series 6 (P5)-13 (875) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-July 17, 1936 Edward Steichen, photographer / hummingbirds seen in Hollywood's Sunset Blvd. / U.S. Cruiser

Paramount Pictorial Series 7 (P6)-01 (876) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-© August 21, 1936 ladies shoes (including the I. Miller line) / Technicolor California / Don Baker. Season 7 is also identified as season 6.

Series 7 (P6)-02 (877) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© September 18, 1936 stainless steel / frozen frog / Henry Scot

Series 7 (P6)-03 (878) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© October 16, 1936 British Guiana / Cuban lottery / lion farm

Series 7 (P6)-04 (879) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© November 13, 1936 mining / fashion segment / Preston Peterson surfing

Series 7 (P6)-05 (880) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© December 11, 1936 bamboo/ Chincoteague ponies off Virginia / Vienna Boys "Silent Night"

Series 7 (P6)-06 (881) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla, David Ross & Stan Lomax) part Technicolor-10m-© January 8, 1937 William L. Finely hunts a cougar (with a camera) / Twilight scenes in Technicolor (Robert C. Bruce filmed this) / skiing with Hans Schneider

Series 7 (P6)-07 (882) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© February 12, 1937 Roquefort cheese (developed in caverns) / Albert Payson Terhune shows off his gardens and collies at Sunnybank / dancing frocks & gowns

Series 7 (P6)-08 (883) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-© March 12, 1937 Bay of Fundy (Nova Scotia) and its tides / Hawaiian rainbows / Mexican musicians Seven Lorias

Series 7 (P6)-09 (884) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-11m-© April 9, 1937 Buddy Clark sings over scenics "Moonlight and Shadows" / NYC rooftops / bear cubs at play

Series 7 (P6)-10 (885) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-© May 7, 1937 sailboats / "Twilight on the Trail" in Technicolor / tiny electric organ

Series 7 (P6)-11 (886) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© June 4, 1937 Fishing reel spanning Bahamas crawfish hunting, Alaska (grizzly bears with salmon) and Japan with cormorants aiding fishermen

Series 7 (P6)-12 (887) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla & David Ross) part Technicolor-10m-© July 2, 1937  Mexican ranch owners (Charros) / Technicolor “Sea Capers” (Robert C. Bruce filmed) / Bureau of Standards testing

Paramount Pictorial Series 8 (P7)-01 (888) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-9m-© August 6, 1937 hummingbirds / Wyoming dude ranch / Sam Coslow. Season 8 is also identified as season 7.

Series 8 (P7)-02 (889) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Ward Wilson & David Ross) bw-10m-© September 3, 1937 a survey of the U.S. horse population / Nova Scotia coastline / phonographs being made, with Duke Ellington shown

Series 8 (P7)-03 (890) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla & Sidney Walton) part Technicolor-10m-© October 1, 1937 Czechoslovakia tour / southwest USA scenes (Robert C. Bruce filmed in color) / more on Broadway

Series 8 (P7)-04 (891) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© November 5, 1937  women's hats in Bahamas / huckleberry harvests in Oregon / recasting of scrap metal

Series 8 (P7)-05 (892) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© December 3, 1937

Series 8 (P7)-06 (893) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© December 27, 1937 Washington DC / Arizona caverns / greyhounds

Series 8 (P7)-07 (894) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) part Technicolor-10m-© February 4, 1938 Yerkes Observatory / autumn in the Alps / The Shadow Man

Series 8 (P7)-08 (895) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-March 3, 1938 sun styles / NYC night work / canine beauty

Series 8 (P7)-09 (896) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© April 1, 1938 Bureau of Standards / trained fish / pine aqueduct

Series 8 (P7)-10 (897) (Leslie M. Roush & Robert C. Bruce; narrator: Alois Havrilla, David Ross & Ward Wilson) bw-10m-© May 6, 1938 Chesapeake fishermen / clouds filmed by Robert Bruce / zoo animal feeding time

Series 8 (P7)-11 (898) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© June 3, 1938 alpine streams / Guadalupe / California vineyards

Series 8 (P7)-12 (899) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© July 1, 1938 mass farming / stream life / dog's life

Paramount Pictorial Series 9 (P8)-01 (900) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© August 5, 1938 tropical trophies / canyons / aquatic antics. Season 9 is also identified as season 8.

Series 9 (P8)-02 (901) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© September 2, 1938 Wellealey College / Amazon / Paris night

Series 9 (P8)-03 (902) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© October 3, 1938 oceanic wonders / mountain sunrises / elephants

Series 9 (P8)-04 (903) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© November 4, 1938 oil prospecting / mountain climbing / Southeast USA tour

Series 9 (P8)-05 (904) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-© December 9, 1938 cicadas 17 year cycle / outdoor scenics / old hit parade

Series 9 (P8)-06 (905) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla, Budd Hulick & Ward Wilson) bw-10m-© January 6, 1939 Nairobi, Kenya / horse gadgets / Stan Shaw

Series 9 (P8)-07 (906) (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-© February 3, 1939 Mexican Charro rodeo / pheasants / young accordion virtuoso

Series 9 (P8)-08 (907) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla & Artella Dixon) bw-10m-© March 3, 1939 gold leaf making / Montana sheep raising

Series 9 (P8)-09 (908) (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-© April 7, 1939 US Coast Guard / night photography of wildlife / ladies dress

Series 9 (P8)-10 (909) (Leslie M. Roush; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-11m-© May 5, 1939 Ted Peckham's "rent a guy" service for women (?!) / Oriental crafts /  excerpt from The Big Broadcast of 1938 ("Thanks for the Memory") with composers Leo Robin & Ralph Rainger

Series 9 (P8)-11 (910) (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-© June 2, 1939 Visiting the Thames / Philippine fishing / Miami lifesavers

Series 9 (P8)-12 (911) (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-© July 14, 1939 storks / Alaska / zoo monkeys

Paramount Pictorial V9-6 (Justin Herman; narrator: Bill Farren & Tom Shirley) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-February 16, 1940 Latter day return to the Pictorials is a two-subject reel: a small plane flght demonstration and a survey of hats including men's. Other Pictorials for the 1939-40 season are identified by individual titles since they are all one-subject.

Paramount Pictorial #2 (V9-10) (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-August 9, 1940 Multi subject program includes the manufacturing of optical glasses and changing men's hair styles

Paramount Presents Hoagy Carmichael (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© May 5, 1939 With Jack Teagarden's Orchestra and Meredith Blake singing one number, this is a salute to the songwriter's biggest hits like "Washboard Blues", "Rockin' Chair" and "Stardust". Some interspersed clips of rural black life contrasting with very "polished" white performers does reflect those pre-civil rights era times.

Paramount Travel Pictures (untitled entries): (H.D. Blauvelt, director) bw/silent-1 reel each-1915 Titles were given to a select number of these travelogues filmed mostly in 1914 (with five cameramen), beginning with #8: From The Atlantic To The Pacific Via The Panama Canal (qv). The following do not have titles listed in the Library of Congress books, but the periodicals of the day suggest they all focus on South America after initial stops in Florida and the Caribbean. Per Paramount’s ad-men in Motion Picture News (November 6, 1915): “Every foot of South American Travel Pictures teems with action; nothing inanimate or just pretty, but big, live subjects — pulsing with life — showing the twelve republics that make up the Great Continent of Opportunity. Every foot of film filled with action — action — action!” These also included an animated segment by C. R. Macauley. Charles Murray toured with many of these films as a lecturer. Later that year, Paramount signed Burton Holmes to provide all of their travel footage; his first films appearing in February 1916.

#1 / April 10, 1915 (Motion Picture News review) Covers Palm Springs, Florida

#2 / April 1915 Possibly covers the Florida Keys

#3 / April 1915 Cuba?

#4 / April 1915 Jamaica?

#5 / May 1915

#6 / May 1915

#7 / May 1915

#9 / © June 4, 1915

#10 / © June 9, 1915

#11 / © June 14, 1915

#12 / © June 23, 1915

#14 / © July 6, 1915

#17 / © July 23, 1915

#22 / © August 30, 1915

#23 / © September 4, 1915

#24 / © September 13, 1915

#25 / © September 20, 1915

#26 / © September 29, 1915

#27 / © October 5, 1915

#29 / © October 19, 1915

#30 / © October 26, 1915

#31 / © November 2, 1915

#32 / © November 1915

#34 / © November 27, 1915

#35 / © December 1, 1915

#36 / © December 18, 1915

#37 / © December 11, 1915

#38 / © December 31, 1915

#39 / © January 3, 1916



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Pardon Us Penguins (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© July 25, 1952 Feathered stunts at a circus

Paris In The Spring (Mel Epstein) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Roger Dann, Bob Bakers Marionettes, Sally Rawlinson & others])-August 8, 1947 Romance and music in the city that never sleeps, with a puppet show added

Paris The Magnificent (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 7, 1919 Shot in summer of 1919

Parisian Faces And Figures (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 15, 1920 (filmed summer '19)

Parisian Holidays (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 1920

Parlor, Bedroom And Wheels (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© October 3, 1952 Shows off a modern trailer

The Patient (Norman Taurog) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [The 3 Swifts])-Octobr 26, 1930 (Film Daily review) Comic dialogue in  a doctor's office leads to the patient seeking exercise in the gym. This group is skilled in their juggling.

Patents Pending (Aubrey Scotto) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-August 5, 1932

A Pawnbroker’s Heart (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-September 8, 1917

Payta, Piura And Catacaos (Paramount Travel Pictures #16) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-© July 17, 1915

Pee-Wees On Ice (Charles Desmarteau) color-10m-(Travelrama)-© December 1, 1961 Filmed in Québec and technically more sports-reel (hockey) than “Travelrama”

Peerless Pineapples Of The Pacific (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 15, 1918 Hawaii tour (filmed '17)

The Penal Colony Of Palawan (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 12, 1916 (filmed spring ’13) A companion film to BILIBID, also a tour of a prison in the Phillippines

Penthouse Blues (Mort Blumenstock) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Muriel D'Or & Cy Kahn])-January 18, 1931 (Variety review) The couple perform songs in a penthouse

The Perfect Game (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© December 31, 1967

Perfectly Fiendish Flanagan (Town & Counry Films/Saul Harrison) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© November 23, 1918

Personality! Plus! (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-April 17, 1942 Celebrities shown: Joe E. Brown, Robert Eastman, Jack Erikson, Mel Koontz & others

Peru (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-10m-(Color Cruises)-© October 6, 1939 Emphasis on Incan civilization

The Pest (Howard Bretherton & Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-February 7, 1931 (Motion Picture Hearld review) Tom foils a used car salesman

Petting Preferred (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Arvid Gillstrom) bw-19m-(Harry Langdon)-April 27, 1934  Pet shop owner Harry gets envolved with a couple squabbling over their dog. With Vernon Dent, Dorothy Grainger, Eddie Baker & Alice Ardell

The Pharmacist (Mack Sennett, producer; Arthur Ripley) bw-20m-(W.C. Fields)-April 21, 1933 A bit dishonest at the role with bathtub gin sold under the counter. Also wooing the ladies to compensate for a nagging wife (Elise Cavanna). With Marjorie Kane, Grady Sutton & Lorena Carr.

The Philippino National Guard (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-May 6, 1918  (filmed July '17)

The Piano Tooners (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Charles O'Donell & Jack Blair])-October 19, 1929

Pick A Pet (Justin Herman) bw-8m-(Topper Special)-© April 22, 1955 Not your typical dog reel... orangutans, anteaters and other unusual choices

Picking Pets (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 17, 1937 Features the unusual: silver fox, cheetah, badger, a baby Giant Panda (zoo). Also a short trip to Australia: wombats, kangaroos and koala

Picture My Astonishment (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances Lee & Molly Malone])-October 13, 1928

Picturesque Peking (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 24, 1917 (filmed ’13)

Picturesque Prague (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 31, 1916 Footage may date back to 1910

The Pike’s Peak Arena (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 24, 1954 Sports in Colorado Springs.

The Pining Pioneers (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-( Scenic)-November 2, 1929

Pinky Tomlin And His Orchestra (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© July 19, 1940 Orchestra plays on a ferris wheel & merry-go-round.

The Plague (Voices in Society Productions- Peter Mark Tuttman) color-12m-(documentary)-© December 17, 1971

Plastered (Norman Taurog & Max E. Hayes) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Willie West & McGinty])-© November 21, 1930 Semi-remake of THE PLASTERERS (1929) with slightly better gag staging.

The Plasterers (Monte Brice) bw-7m-(1-reel Act [Charles O'Donnell & Jack Blair])-December 28, 1929 O'Donnell and Blair are Italian workmen on a construction site. Gags amusing, but the setup is very stage-like.

Play, Don (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Don Bestor Band])-July 31, 1936 With Ducky Youtz, Neil Buckley & Patsy Kane

Playmates From The Wild (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 17, 1940 Features Emil Liers and his trained otters

Playmates Of The Sea (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 22, 1952 (completed ’51) Includes spear fishing in Laguna Beach CA and feeding the dolphins at Florida's Marineland

Please (Avrid E. Gillstrom, producer) bw-20m-(Bing Crosby)-November 13, 1933 (Film Daily review) Mary Korman plays a voice teacher flirting with Crosby with Vernon Dent his rival

Please Not While I'm Petting (Homer Groening) Technicolor-9m-(Here's Homer)-November 1967  For the 1967-68 season, Paramount backed a series of semi-documentary comedy shorts produced by the father of Matt Groening of The Simpsons fame.

The Plumber And The Lady (Mack Sennett, producer; Babe Stafford) bw-18m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-March 29, 1933 Eddie Ward wrote the musical numbers for this Jack Albertson star comedy with Marjorie Beebe & Joyce Compton in support.

Polynesian Odyssey (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© May 1, 1921 Covering Bali (with Herford T. Cowling '20)

Pooch Parade (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-© December 27, 1946 Talking doggie reel covering 15 breeds who talk like Jimmy Durante and Katharine Hepburn, among others

Popular Science (pilot) (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Multicolor-9m- (Paramount Special)-© May 31, 1935 Pilot film: plating nonmetallic objects with a 'metalizing gun'; the 'park meter.'

Popular Science 5-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Multicolor-11m--September 20, 1935 Considers marvels of modern science: contact lenses, kitchen gadgets, bubble bath (with cheesecake), diatoms, Boulder Dam. 

Popular Science 5-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Multicolor-11m-© November 29 1935 (Academy Award Nominee) Features tarantulas, mobile homes, new clock, wooden flowers and San Francisco's new bridge 

Popular Science 5-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m--January 24, 1936 Scientist W.B. Herms works with black widow spider venom. Also, the modern trailer; invention of canned beer; a thermal-powered clock; the San Francisco Bay Bridge; accurate artificial flowers; a test pilot. 

Popular Science 5-4 (Jerry Fairbanks- Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-8m--March 27, 1936 Professor Jacobson conducts earthquake research, new kitchen gadgets are shown including he latest coffee maker, a model airplane factory and the staff of Rochester, New York testing full-body radiography

Popular Science 5-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m--May 29, 1936 "Mothproofed" fabrics tested on carpet beetle larvae; tides predicted by mechanical computer; calibrating watches; household gadgets; "scientifically managed" horse racing at Santa Anita, California.

Popular Science 5-6 (Jerry Fairbanks- Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m--July 17, 1936 Covers spectacle glasses, citrus farming, high speed motion picture cameras and a miniature railroad

Popular Science J6-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© August 28, 1936 Includes a tour of a pretzel factory, a look at children’s learning tools, germ free animals, new gadget novelties, a brief look at train travel then and now.

Popular Science J6-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© October 30, 1936 (Academy Award Nominee) Profiles microscopes, snore supressors, household gadgets for kitchen and bedroom and how nitroglycerine is used to activate oil wells.

Popular Science J6-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m-December 25, 1936 'World's largest camera' makes map printing plates for the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Also: household gadgets; ant farms; making and testing light bulbs; 'nose job' plastic surgery.

Popular Science J6-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© February 26, 1937

Popular Science J6-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Van Des Autels) Magnacolor-10m-© April 4, 1947 (completed ’46) A pretty model demonstrates boudoir gadgets; work of research ship Aquina, with marine life shots. 

Popular Science J6-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-April 26, 1937 Bureau of Standards in Washington boasts the largest camera. Includes more gadets and auto attachments

Popular Science J6-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m-July 2, 1937 Otto Moore's experiments in solar heating and cooling; modern sleep aids and boudoir gadgets; Japanese typography; double-tubed tires; pet carriers and garments; scientific conjuring tricks with liquid air.

Popular Science J7-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-September 3, 1937 (Academy Award Nominee)  Raising angora rabbits for wool; new marine navigation and safety technology; kitchen gadgets; developing new rose Varieties

Popular Science J7-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m-November 12, 1937 The Phantom Corsair, a new car; humorous inventions; gemological testing; Willy's of Hollywood, styling the stockings of the stars (with lots of legs on view); guide dog training.

Popular Science J7-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; other v: Mary Carlisle & H.L. Patton) Cinecolor-11m--January 14, 1938 (completed ’37) Microscopic identification of furs; house models; traditional flint- knapping; kitchen gadgets; radio-controlled plow; fighting oil fires.

Popular Science J7-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m--March 18, 1938 The Coast Guard performs a sea rescue by flying boat. Also: a bed for invalids; technology of skiing; protecting oranges from frost.

Popular Science J7-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-May 13, 1938 Profiles cotton picking, portrait dolls, Greenwich Time, flax, water culture and sound effects recording.

Popular Science J7-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© July 6, 1938 Patrick Lambert aids canaries and other pet birds in NYC, modern kitchen rolling pins and vegetable dicers are demonstrated and the Texas Rangers use new vehicles in tracking criminals

Popular Science J8-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; other v: J.H. Bell & Fred Waring) Cinecolor-11m--September 2, 1938 At March Field, the U.S. Army Air Corps tests hardware including the Link Trainer. A plastic surgeon injects permanent "make-up"; humorous hat patents; finger paint; bandleader Fred Waring invents his Blender.

Popular Science J8-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© November 4, 1938 Includes a Drunk-O-Meter, a "Keedoozle Store", house fly research, travel advice, an alarm bed and Mississippi State Penetentary.

Popular Science J8-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-January 6, 1939 J8-4 never released. P.T. Farnsworth's original television system is demonstrated.

Popular Science J8-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© May 12, 1939 Behind the scenes at Fleischer Studios, Miami and the making of a Popeye cartoon "Aladdin". Also, the School for the Aged in Elgin, Illinois; an electric scroll work saw; the RAF's 'Queen Bee' radio-controlled target plane.

Popular Science J8-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© July 14, 1939 Marvels of technology: "sound baseball" played by the blind; a high tech kitchen; the development of television.

Popular Science J-9-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; other v: R.V. Chandler, Max Factor & Philo T. Farnsworth) Cinecolor-9m-© September 15, 1939 Includes highways made of cotton, modern kitchens, Professor Oakes demonstrates a gum-powered fan and a female only medical school.

Popular Science J-9-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-11m-© November 3, 1939 Covers meat packing / a salesman "supressor" / Hawaiian pineaples

Popular Science J-9-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; other v: Gordon A. Babb) Cinecolor-11m-© December 15, 1939 Covers aerial maps / future bathrooms / human blood bank / Professor Oakes

Popular Science J-9-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© February 16, 1940 (completed ’39) Includes the largest indoor chicken ranch, the history of synthetic color dyes; Professor Oakes (Bedside Lamp Extinguisher), kitchen inventions & Washington State salmon elevators.

Popular Science J-9-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Cinecolor-10m-© April 26, 1940 High-tech wind tunnel and other testing of new aircraft at Langley Field, Virginia. Also, a dental school training dummy; compacting gadgets fit a home into one room and Professor Oakes demonstrates a golf novelty..

Popular Science J-9-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© June 28, 1940  Includes bird refuge / mathmatical robot / Prof. Oakes makes toast / dog hospital

 



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Popular Science J0-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© September 6, 1940  Profiles early wrap for foods / grain dust / Hollywood special effects.

Popular Science J0-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Cinecolor-10m-© November 1, 1940

Popular Science J0-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman & Reuben Greenspoon) Magnacolor-11m-© December 20, 1940 Pliofilm plastic (rubber hydrochloride) and applications in raingear, food packaging, a transparent dress. Also, hybrid giant vegetables; plastic contact lenses; the nature and prevention of dust explosions.

Popular Science J0-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; m: Edward Paul) Magnacolor-11m-© February 21, 1941 (completed ’40) Covers a quail hatchery, synthetic chemistry, Professor Oakes’ bed-cover and stratoliner planes.

Popular Science J0-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© May 2, 1941 Covers animated billboards, kitchen of tomorrow, microbe research and Prof. Oakes’ sneezes

Popular Science J0-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© July 4, 1941 Preparation of "spawn" for commercial mushrooms, which grow to the tune of "You Came Along." Also: extraction & uses of snake venom; personal dress forms; Prof. Oakes in the bathroom; a Frank Lloyd Wright building in Racine, Wisc.

Popular Science J1-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-11m-© September 19, 1941 Marvels of modern science, including the U.S. Army's latest tanks; pretty models demonstrate massage and exercise machines.

Popular Science J1-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-11m-© November 7, 1941 Covers The Pennsylvania Turnpike, kitchen gadgets, early electron microscope, Prof. Oake’s cat-putter-outer & parachuting fire fighters

Popular Science J1-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-January 30, 1942 (completed ’41) New weight-loss apparatus, Prof. Oakes with glass and shoe; US armored tanks.

Popular Science J1-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman & James Hillier) Magnacolor-10m-April 4, 1942 (completed ’41) Features Pennsylvania Turnpike, modern kitchen, electron microscope, pet doors, smoke jumpers working for the Forest Service

Popular Science J1-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-June 12, 1942 X-rays are a highlight. Also wartime substitutes for silk and cotton and Colorado’s Game & Fish Commission

Popular Science J1-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-July 31, 1942 Frank Lloyd Wright's desert architecture school. Also: a basement health resort; plastic embedding; mass-producing Liberty Ships. Prof. Oakes demonstrates a prune wrinkler.

Popular Science J2-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© October 2, 1942 Covers agriculture research / US paramarines

Popular Science J2-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© November 27, 1942 Diamond cutting technology; a collapsible 2-story trailer; how glass marbles are made; the Vultee Vengeance dive bomber.

Popular Science J2-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Magnacolor-10m-© February 5, 1943 (completed ’42) Covers silver fox farms, Prof. Oakes christens a ship and air cargo transport planes.

Popular Science J2-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Magnacolor-10m-© April 3, 1943 Rio de Janeiro architecture, Prof. Oakes’ girdle, furniture transportation and Oregon plywood’s use for planes.

Popular Science J2-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]) Magnacolor-10m-© June 11, 1943 Covers glider soldiers (motorless planes) / Oswald Cruz and Rio de Janeiro's medical institute / Hollywood gardening

Popular Science J2-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© August 6, 1943 Marvels of technology: a mobile police command post; gymnasium with retractable floor; U.S. military landing barges and PT boats.

Popular Science J3-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© October 15, 1943

Popular Science J3-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© December 10, 1943 Wartime shortage of nylons prompts new ingenuity. Beverly Hills inventor Glen Cook demonstrates the "pumpola". A visit to the Troop Carrier Command in Grenada, Mississippi.

Popular Science J3-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-February 4, 1944 (completed ’43) Covers future bathroom, Prof. Oakes at the beach & US infantry bazookas

Popular Science J3-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-11m--June 2, 1944 Highlights synthetic rubber production.

Popular Science J3-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-11m-© March 31, 1944 (completed ’43) Breeding wasps to counter the forest pest European Pine Sawfly: central traffic control for railroads; bedroom gadgets; training "grasshopper" pilots who scout for ground troops.

Popular Science J-3-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© August 4, 1944 Covers snake venom, Prof. Oakes on the production line and a test track for trains.

Popular Science J4-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-8m-© October 6, 1944 Army mobile-army-surgical-hospital; railroads; surgery & x-rays

Popular Science J4-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© December 22, 1944 Post war inventions are highlighted: a "modern" scarecrow, a Polaroid living room and an earthquake making machine.

Popular Science J4-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-11m-© February 16, 1945 (completed ’44) Training 2nd Air Force bomber crews at Pueblo, Colorado. Also: peach de-fuzzing; artificial latex products including mattresses.

Popular Science J4-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© April 6, 1945

Popular Science J4-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© June 1, 1945

Popular Science J4-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Walter Anthony; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© August 10, 1945 Jeeps and insect DDT are featured.

Popular Science J5-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© October 12, 1945 Labor-saving gadgets in Colonial American and modern kitchens; luxury airliner based on the Boeing C-29 Transport. 

Popular Science J5-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© December 7, 1945

Popular Science J5-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© February 8, 1946 (completed ’45) Covers the canning process of fruits, more railroad car convenience, special pilots' suits

Popular Science J5-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt m: Edward Paul) Magnacolor-10m-© April 8, 1946 Upscale pet-care institutions in Hollywood; fiber- glass textiles and their uses (bedding, curtains, a swimsuit).

Popular Science J5-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© June 21, 1946 Covers future kitchen, electric heat use & P-80 Shooting Star jet

Popular Science J6-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-11m--October 11, 1946 Fibber McGee (Jim Jordan) and Molly (Marian Jordan) meet robot "Sleepy Joe". Also new barbecue equipment.

Popular Science J-6-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-11m-© December 27, 1946 Collecting & processing natural sponges in Florida. Also: commercial air route over the Andes; prefabricated concrete houses.

Popular Science J6-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-7m-© February 28, 1947 (completed ’46) This episode features Karakul sheep raising in California and fur-like products from their wool. Also: kitchen gadgets.

Popular Science J6-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Robert Carlyle; narrator: Gayle Whitman) Magnicolor-10m-June 6, 1947 (Academy Award Nominee) Oscar-nominated look at early rocket tests for possible space exploration. Also bathrooms of tomorrow.

Popular Science J6-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Van Des Autels) Magnacolor-10m--July 25, 1947 Highlight: modern vikings

Popular Science J7-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m--October 17, 1947 Features radar fishermen

Popular Science J7-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m--December 26, 1947 Features desert destroyers

Popular Science J7-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© February 20, 1948 (completed ’47) Covers kitchen gadgets / airplane landing tests / Hawaiian pineapple planttion / streamlined train luxury

Popular Science J7-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© April 2, 1948 At Arcata, California, testing technology for landing planes in fog. Also: a high-tech barber shop in Westwood Village, California; manufacture of precision steel gauge blocks in Eskilstuna, Sweden.

Popular Science J7-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; ed: William Faris; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman, Ira S. Bowen & Byron Gill) Magnicolor-11m-© May 21, 1948 The opening of Mt. Palomar observatory, featuring testing of the 200 inch mirror. Also, the Davis 3-Wheeler and other experimental cars.

Popular Science J7-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; m: Edward Paul) Magnacolor-10m-© August 6, 1948 This episode includes a look at new uses for cotton, the modern kitchen, an all female medical college, frozen food, UCLA's mechanical brain (the differential analyzer mechanical computer), and the Northrup flying wing. 

Popular Science J8-1 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; m: Edward Paul) Magnacolor-10m-© December 24, 1948 Future kitchen / one-man soil spreader / lookalike dolls / Fred MacMurray has an exercise invention / solar secrets (sun research facility)

Popular Science J8-2 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt m: Edward Paul) Magnacolor-10m-© February 4, 1949 (completed ’48) Testing military ships with models; Tyler, Texas rose farm; a short history of leg stockings.

Popular Science J8-3 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; m: Edward Paul) Magnacolor-10m-© April 1, 1949 (completed ’48) White Magic (gysum)

Popular Science J8-4 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© April 29, 1949 Features crash firefighter training at Lowry Air Force Base, Denver. Also: retired producer Arthur Hammerstein.

Popular Science J8-5 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; George Brandt; ed: William Faris; m: Edward Paul; narrator: Gayne Whitman) Magnacolor-10m-© June 17, 1949 (completed ’48) A new sand machine cleans beaches, a government laboratory tests corundum and magnesium powder used in man-made gems, a Weedpatch (California) plane is used for class instruction and seaweed is processed for medicine, cosmetics and other uses.

Popular Science J8-6 (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman [also narrator]; m: Edward Paul) Magnacolor-10m-© August 19, 1949 Includes a turkey farm and fire resistant paint.

Porpoise Posse (Richard Matt) color & CinemaScope-10m-(Travelrama)-© December 31, 1960

The Port Of Penung (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 7, 1920 Modern day Malaysia

Post Mortem (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-18m-(Christie Comedy [Raymond Griffith, Tom Kennedy, Mabel Forrest & Robert Emmett O'Connor])-March 2, 1929

Present-Day Prague (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 24, 1921 Probably filmed summer 1919, post-war Czechoslovakia

Press On Regardless (Centaur Film Productions; Donald Cohen & R.J. Margouleff) color-12m-(Travel Adventure)-May 30, 1967

Pretty Puppies (Al Ray; story: Frances Hyland) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Ford Sterling])-January 9, 1932 (completed '31)

The Price Of Victory (Office Of War Information [William C. Thomas]- William H. Pine) bw-14m-(War Activities Committee)-December 3, 1942 (Academy Award Nominee) Features Vice Presient Henry A. Wallace

Pro And Con (Casey Robinson) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard & Alan Brooks])-July 8, 1932

Public Hobby Number One (F. Herrick Herrick & Max G. Johl) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-September 22, 1939 Covers stamp collections

Puff Your Blues Away (Aubrey Scotto & Max E. Hayes) bw-8m-(1-reel Act [Lillian Roth])-October 31, 1931 In addition to to singing the title tune, Roth the cigarette girl woos a down-and-out stock broker on Wall Street but suffers heartbreak herself

Pulling A Bone (Howard Bretherton) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [George Burns & Gracie Allen])-January 10, 1931 (completed ’30)  George has a bone stuck in his throat but store clerk Gracie is no help.

The Pullman Bride (Sennett Comedies- Clarence C. Badger) bw/silent-20m-(Mark Swain, Gloria Swanson, Chester Conklin & others)-November 4, 1917

Push Car Trails In Formosa (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 7, 1919 Formosa (now Taiwan) as documented by Herford T. Cowling in 1918. Features hiking by rail scenes, camphor stills and bamboo house constuction

Pusher-In-The-Face (Robert Florey) bw-30m-(Special)-February 23, 1929 (Variety review) Dramatic sketch of a restaurant hold-up. With Eester Allen, Estelle Taylor, Lillian Walker, Raymond Hitchcock, Reginald Owen & Preston Foster

The Putting Party (Howard Betherton & Eddie Cantor) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Harry K. Marton & Zella Russell])-December 27, 1930

A Put-Up Job (Al Ray) bw-19m-(2-reel Act [Karl Dane & George K. Arthur])-© January 23, 1932 (completed ’31) Done in much the same style as the Hal Roach films of the period and paying some homage to Keaton’s ONE WEEK as this group tries to build a house.

Pyrenean Perspective (Pyrenees Perspective) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 14, 1920 Reissued by M.J. Winkler in 1924. Covers the French border mountain range with the people still holding onto established customs and dress

The Quack Doctor (Sennett Comedies- George Gray) bw/silent-2 reels-(Billy Bevan & others)-May 1, 1920

Quaint Kuala Lumpur (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 26, 1920 At the time, this was in the Malay Federated States. Includes the great Mohammedan Mosque.

Quaint Quebec (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 8, 1917 (filmed July 1916)

Queens Of The Air (Leslie M. Roush) bw-13m(Headliner [Vincent Lopez w/ Betty Hutton & others])-July 6, 1938

Queens Of The Court (Jack Eaton & Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-November 15, 1946 Several profiled: Pauline Betz, Sarah Palfrey Cooke, Jinx Falkenburg, Doris Hart, Margaret Osbourne & Pat Todd

**** Korean Customs (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 15, 1917 (filmed ’13)

Quick Returns (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-November 28, 1941 Covers table tennis and badminton with Jess Williams, Chester Goss, Sandor Glancz & Ruth Aarons

Quick Yer Kickin' (Casey Robinson) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Red Donahue])-January 23, 1932

The Quiz Kids, No. 1 (Leslie M. Roush) Cinecolor-11m-(Joe Kelly)-September 4, 1941 The NBC Blue (later ABC) network hit show made a short film transition in color with Joe Kelly as host over brainy juvenile audience. Kids featured: Richard Williams, Joan Bishop, Van Dyke Tiers, Cynthia Cline & Gerard Darrow

The Quiz Kids, No. 2 (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Joe Kelly)-December 5, 1941 With Claude Brenner, Garard Darrow, Harve Fischman, Betty Swanson & Richard Williams

The Quiz Kids, No. 3 (Leslie M. Roush) Cinecolor-11m-(Joe Kelly)-February 6, 1942 (completed ’41) With Richard Williams & Garard Darrow

The Quiz Kids, No. 4 (Leslie M. Roush) Cinecolor-11m-(Joe Kelly)-April 17, 1942

The Quiz Kids, No. 5 (Leslie M. Roush) Cinecolor-11m-(Joe Kelly)-May 22, 1942 Features juvenile genius hosts Gerard Darrow, Harvey Fischman, Richard Williams (playing piano) & Ruth Duskin answering mythology and math questions

The Quiz Kids, No. 6 (Leslie M. Roush) Cinecolor-10m-(Joe Kelly)-© July 31, 1942



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Race For The Golden Flag (Century Film, producers) color-11m-(Sports in Action)-© December 31, 1967

Race Horses Are Born (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing & Ward Wilson) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 4, 1946 Shot at Rancocas Farms, New Jersey

A Race Through The Clouds (Paramount Travel Pictures #15) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-© July 13, 1915

Race With The Wind (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) Technicolor-11m-(Sports in Action)-© December 31, 1965

Racers Away (Random Productions) color-10m-(Travel Adventure)-November 1967

Racing Pigeons (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 30, 1938 Bird sports

Racing To The Top (Gold Dolphin-Winikfilm; Barry Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© April 1, 1967

The Radio Announcer’s Review (Lynn Shores) bw-10m-(Headliner)-Sep 1, 1934 (Film Daily review) Features Kenneth Roberts, Harry Von Zell, Andre Baruch, David Ross, Edith Munray, the cast of "The Red Ghost"

Radio Rhapsody (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Johnny Green & Orchestra])-July 29, 1935 With Jimmy Farrell, Johnny Green, Marjorie Logan & the Foursome

Radio Rhythm (Joseph Santley) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Rudy Vallee])-June 16, 1929 (Film Daily review) Includes "Honey", "Just Another Memory" & "You Do It Someday So Why Not Now"

A Radio Roundup (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner)-November 24, 1933 Featuring Molasses 'n January, Mary Small, the Poet Prince, Vaughn De Leath & the Three X Sisters

Radio Salutes (---) bw-1 reel-(promotional [Ruth Etting])-1931 RCA promotional. The band of Nathaliel Shilkret is shown supporting Etting here, performing at Anne Ronell's birthday party. Footage from this film was used in Yours For A Song, The Women of Tin Pan Alley.

Radio, Take It Away! (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker [Benny Baker])-January 31, 1947 (completed ’46) Musical spoof of quiz shows like "Beat Your Brains Out" and "It Could Be Worse"

Rah Rah Football (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Will Osborne’s Band & Glee Club])-October 30, 1936 Showcases popular football songs

Raindrops (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© January 1919 (completed ’18)

Raising Canines (John A. Haeseler) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© November 11, 1938 Features trainer Carl Spitz

Raising The Roof (Joseph Santley) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Lillian Roth & the Alan K. Foster Girls])-August 24, 1929

Rationed Rhythm (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [The Korn Kobblers])-© June 4, 1943 Musical comedians try to run their swing band under wartime economics

The Real Bohemia (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 24, 1916 This footage may date back to 1910

The Real Estators (Ray Cozine) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-May 2, 1931

The Real Streets Of Cairo (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 27, 1916 Egyptian tour material stretching back to 1906

A Reckless Romeo (A Creampuff Romance) (Comique Film/Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-23m-(Fatty Arbuckle)-May 21, 1917 Flirting in the park with Alice Lake gets Fatty into trouble with wife and mother-in-law (Corrine Parquet & Agnes Neilson). Al St. John has a prominent role.

Reckless Rosie (Al Christie Film- Neal Burns) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Engle, Frances Lee, Charles Meakin & Eddie Barry])-April 6, 1929

Red, Green And Yellow (Mort Blumenstock) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Helen Haskin, Arthur Aylesworth & Lulu McConnell])-October 18, 1930 A married couple battle it out at traffic signals.

Red, White And Blue Champions (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 20, 1938 Aquatic sports in Panama

Red, White And Blue Hawaii (Gregory Abbott & John W. Boyle) Technicolor -11m-(Paragraphic)-February 20, 1941 (completed ’40) Technicolor tour of Hawaii. Emphasis on the Pacific battle fleet (pre-Pearl Harbor) and the agriculture

The Rejuvenator (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-July 23, 1917

Republic Of Panama (Palmer Miller & Curtis Nagel; narrator: Gene Hamilton) Cinecolor-9m-(Color Cruises)-© March 24, 1939 (completed ’38)

Resolutions (Monte Brice) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Billy House])-June 4, 1930 (Variety review) Married man's New Years party is spoled when wifie comes home

Retire In (Aubrey Scotto) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Billy House & James Dunn])-September 19, 1931 Billy gets customers to his lonely hotel (with a parrot as company) by puncturing passing drivers' tires and succeeds in snaring newlyweds

Reunion In Paris (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© November 11, 1955 An American tourist revisits former wartime haunts.

A Rhapsody In Black And Blue (Aubrey Scotto & Phil Cohan) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Louis Armstrong])-© September 1, 1932 Although the African jungle "theme" may be dated, this is prime Louis singing “I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You”. Like many musical shorts of the period, we begin with a little “plot”: Sidney Easton being bopped by his misses (Fanny Belle DeKnight) into dreaming he’s in Jazzmania holdig court. This explains all of the bubbles.

Rhumba Rhythm (Rumba Rhythm) (Fred Waller) bw-8m-(Headliner [Vincent Lopez])-September 29, 1933

The Rhumba Seat (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker [Tom Ewell])-February 10, 1950 (completed ’49) Tom struggles as a tourist in South America.

Rhythm In The River (Casey Robinson & Max E. Hayes) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [George Dewey Washington])-February 5, 1932

Rhythm Of The Game (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-June 25, 1937 (Film Daily review) Husing conducts a sports quiz from his desk

Rhythm Of The River (Herbert Moulton) bw-11m-(Paragraphic)-© October 9 1936 Mood musical arranged by Stephen Pasternacki

Rhythm On Blades (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 7, 1946 (completed ’45) Features champion skaters Eileen Seigh & Richard Button of the National Junior Champions

Rhythm On The Roof (George M. Arthur) bw-11m-(Headliner [Anson Weeks & His Orchestra])-September 26, 1934 (Film Daily review) Three numbers performed against rooftop scenery. Bob Crosby and Toby Wing assist.

Rhythm On Wheels (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice's Sportslight)-October 6, 1944  Covers roller skating.

The Rhythm Party (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties [Sigmund Spaeth])-June 25, 1936

Ride Upstairs By Steamer (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 3, 1917 Covers Norway with a cruise on the Telemarken Canal

Riding Habits (Jack Eaton, narrator: Bill Slater) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 30, 1948

Riding The Glades (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 12, 1954 (completed ’53) Visiting Florida's Everglades.

Riding The Hickories (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 24, 1946 Hans Thorner ski reel

Riding The Rails (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 2, 1951 (Academy Award Nominee)  Spotlights the Live Steam Locomotive Club in California, which Walt Disney was involved with.

Riding The Waves (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 6, 1947 Water skiing reel

The Right Hand of Plenty (Marathon International Productions- Kenneth Baldwin) color-18+m-(High Topper Special)-October 1, 1962 Volkswagen of America promotional film re-edited and released by Paramount (December 1, 1963) as MELODY FOR MACHINES.

A Ring For Roberta (Justin Herman) bw-9m-(Pacemaker)-© November 2, 1951 Lovebirds at Rollins College, Florida agree to wait for marriage until finishing school in this human interest instructional

Rio De Janiero (Paramount Travel Pictures #20) (H.D. Blauvelt) bw/silent-1 reel-August 1915

Rip And Stitch: Tailors (Sennett Comedies- William Watson & Malcolm St. Clair) bw/silent-2 reels-(Billy Armstrong, David Campbell, Harry Gribbon & others)-December 9, 1919

River Of Thrills (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-June 5, 1936 Fishing Cuba's tarpon with Van Campen Heliner

Road To The Pyramids (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 17, 1921 (filmed summer '20)

Roadhouse Queen (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-19m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-May 26, 1933 (filmed March) Walter Catlett picks his future daughter-in-law, but sonny boy favors the undesirable trapeze performer instead. On the way, he and his lawyer get tipsy on their way to the cabaret where they can end the romance. Also Nora Lane, Ben Alexander, Joyce Compton, among others

Roaming (Casey Robinson) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Ethel Merman])-November 28, 1931 Romance between daughter of a traveling medice man and a country boy. Songs include “Hello, My Lover, Goodbye” & “Shake Well Before Using”

Roaming Romeo (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Arvid Gillstrom) bw-21m-(Harry Langdon)-December 29, 1933   Harry and his girl (Nell O'Day) visit a "model" house. With Vernon Dent, Jack Henderson & Les Goodwin

The Roaring Road (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) Technicolor-8m-(Sports in Action)-© January 1, 1963 (completed ‘62)

Rocky Mountain River Of Thrills (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 2, 1953  The sport covered is kayak racing.

Roller Derby Girl (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-July 10, 1949 (Academy Award Nominee)  Follows Jean Porter trying out for the Roller Derby with the help of Midge Brasuhn.

Rolling Down The Rio (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 2, 1919

Romance And Brass Tacks (Town & Country Films- Martin Justice) bw/silent-2 reels-(James Montgomery Flagg Comedy)-© September 2, 1918

Romance And Rings (VBK [Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew]- Emma Anderson Whitman) bw/silent-2 reels-(VBK Comedy)-© January 4, 1919 (completed ’18)

Rome In Madrid (Samuel Bronston, poducer) Technicolor-23m-(promotional for FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE)-January 1964

The Rookie Fireman (Justin Herman; editors: Fred Waller & Leslie Woush) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-April 17, 1936 Featuring Shorty the chimp

The Rookie (Mort Blumenstock) bw-10m-(1-reel Act [Tom Howard])-December 23, 1932

The Room That Flies (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© March 26, 1954 (completed ’53) Covers what an air hostess does.

Roping Her Romeo (Sennett Comedies- Hampton Del Ruth & Fred Hibbard) bw/silent-20m-(Ben Turpin, Polly Moran & others)-October 1, 1917 Western spoo set in Triggerville

Rotorua: The Yellowstone Of The Antipodes In New Zealand (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 8, 1918 (filmed April 1917)

Rough And Ready Reggie (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-April 7, 1917 (Motion Picture News review) "Soft" Reggie is inspired by an ancestor to be rough and tough to please his men's club. With Emma Littlefield & Davy Don

Rough And Tumble Stick Games (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 30, 1954 (completed ’53) Covers Irish hurling and US lacrosse and Canadian hockey.

Rough Dried (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley])-April 20, 1929

The Rough House (Comique Film- Roscoe Arbuckle) bw/silent-22m-(Fatty Arbuckle & Buster Keaton)-June 25, 1917  Mr. Rough (Arbuckle) struggle with his mother-in-law, with added havoc with Buster and Al St. John. Famous early scene involves Arbuckle putting out a fire.

Rough Ridin’ Youngsters (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 4, 1953

'Round About Melbourne (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 28, 1918 (filmed June '17)

Row, Sailor, Row (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley])-August 20, 1927

Rowdy Raccoons (John Haeseler) bw-10m-(Topper Special)-© October 2, 1953

The Royal Ballet Of Bangkok (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 18, 1920 As documented by Herford T. Cowling in 1918

Rubbering In Selangor (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 24, 1920 Shot in the Federated Malay States, Tamil laborers are shown both at work with the latex procedure and in recreation.

Rube Goldberg’s Travelgab (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© October 13, 1938 Humorous travelogue of New York City.

The Rube (Monte Brice) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Jimmy Barry])-June 21, 1930

Rugged Rangers (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 3, 1952 Covers training of American Rangers

Runaway Boys (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-January 30, 1931 Two boys meet a stranger with his own adventures to tell

Running The Hounds (Justin Herman; narrator: Ward Wilson) Technicolor-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-October 21, 1947 Fox hounds are shown on the hunt. Also covers how bloodhounds are used to find lost children and criminals.

Running The Keys (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ward Wilson) Technicolor-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© September 16, 1949 Florida yachting and fishing in color

Running The Team (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 14, 1945 Football reel at Notre Dame

Rural Java (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© November 20, 1921 Part of Herford T. Cowling's far-east tour of 1919-20

Ruth Etting (Joseph Santley) bw-10m-(1-reel Act)-October 9, 1928

The S.S. Malaria (Howard Bretherton) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Joe Smith & Charlie Dale])-May 5, 1931 (filmed November 1930) The duo get sea sick on a cruise.

Saddle Champs (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-11m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 30, 1934

Sadie Hawkins Day (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© November 30, 1951 Features Al Cap the cartoonist

Safeguarding Military Information (Preston Sturges) bw-9m-(War Activities Committee)-January 16, 1942 

Safety In The Air (Leslie M. Roush; story: Justin Herman; narrator: Alois Havrilla) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-May 28, 1937 Made for Bureau of Air Commerce

Sailing The South Seas To Fiji (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-September 30, 1918 (filmed '17)

Sailor Shorty (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-October 23, 1936 Chimp on yacht

Sailor’s Luck (Jack Partington) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [George Beatty])-September 13, 1930 With the Foursome Quartette & William Hillpot. Sailors find musical happiness in the Big Apple. Songs: “Gonna Get a Girl” & “They’re Going to Build a Monument to Me”.

Sailors, Beware (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Del Lord) bw-18m-(Walter Catlett & Eugene Pallette)-September 15, 1933 With Dorothy Granger, Matt McHugh, Walter Brennan & others

Sails Of Acapulco (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 4, 1952

Salome Vs. Shenandoah (Sennett Comedies- Ray Grey & Ray Hunt) bw/silent-2 reels-(Marie Prevost, Ben Turpin & others)-October 1, 1919

The Salt Of Anping (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 23, 1919 Formosa (now Taiwan) as documented by Herford T. Cowling in 1918

Salt Water Ballads (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-March 8, 1930

The Salvation Army On The Job (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 24, 1919

Samba-Mania (Harry Grey) Technicolor-18m-(Musical Parade [Russ Vincent, Betty Hannon & Lita Baron])-February 1, 1948 (completed ’47)  (Academy Award Nominee) Night club owner makes his girl jealous when he hires a boogie woogie performer in a South American revue.

San Fernando Saddle Champs (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Sportlight)-© July 1, 1955

San Francisco, San Francisco, San Francisco (John Peckham) color-10+m-(Travel Adventure)-December 1, 1965

Santa Fe (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-November 27, 1921

Sappy Service (Al Christie Film- Eddie Baker) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon, Vera Steadman & Tom Dempsey])-April 13, 1929 Antics in a hospital with Bobby in the lead

Saturday (Briggs Pictures- John William Kelette) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© October 1, 1919

Saucy Madeline (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-April 21, 1918

Save The Pieces (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon])-January 28, 1928

Save Waste Paper (---) bw-1 reel-(War Activities Committee)-March 1944

Say Uncle (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy])-June 9, 1928

Scared Pink (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy)-October 29, 1927

A Scenic Classic (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 14, 1919

Schubert's Friends (James A. FitzPatrick) bw-1 reel-(Melody Master)-April 26, 1929 #3 in series

Schubert's Inspiration (James A. FitzPatrick) bw-1 reel-(Melody Master)-March 29, 1929 #2 in series

Schubert's Masterpiece (James A. FitzPatrick) bw-1 reel-(Melody Master)-May 17, 1929 #5 in series

Schubert's Serenade (Marcel G. Silver; camera: Robert C. Bruce) Technicolor-10m-(Musical Romance)-July 23, 1937 Classical music is combined with footage of flowers and western landscapes in Technicolor

Schubert's Songs: Swiss Longing For Home And Serenade (James A. FitzPatrick) bw-1 reel-(Melody Master)-February 23, 1929

Schubert's Unfinished Symphony (Fredrick Feher) bw-10m-(Symphonic Series)-December 2, 1938  Featuring the National Philharmonic with 122 members

Schubert's Unfinished Symphony (James A. FitzPatrick) bw-1 reel-(Melody Master)-June 28, 1929

A Scotch-Irish Reel (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 2, 1916

Scrambled Weddings (Al Christie Film- Nicholas T. Barrows) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Edward Everett Horton])-June 30, 1928

Scrappily Married (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-17m-(Christie Comedy [Johnny Arthur, Mabel Forrest, Bert Roach & Ruth Taylor])-January 18, 1930 (Motion Picture Herald review) Fibbing husbands are taken over their wives.

 

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Screen Souvenirs Series No. 1 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-August 15, 1931 (Academy Award Nominee) First in a series of silent film retrospectives, including early shots of airplanes, James Jeffries in training and an early gangtser drama with Lillian Gish & Harry Carey.

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 2 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© September 12, 1931  vintage 1904 / The Noble Burglar

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 3 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© October 10, 1931 Teddy Roosevelt / My Wife’s Gone to the Country / Charlie Chaplin & Ben Turpin

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 4 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© November 7, 1931 Civil War vets 1905 / Buffalo Bill / early Wallace Beery

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 5 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© December 5, 1931  Paris Exposition 1900 / 1906 auto racing / World’s Fair 1893 / My Brother’s Dastardly Deed

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 6 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© January 2, 1932 (completed ’31)  King Edward 1902 / cartoonists / Labor Day 1904 / 1903 Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 7 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© January 30, 1932 London 1902 / penny arcade / Teddy Roosevelt 1910 / Gold Is Not All

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 8 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© February 26, 1932 Berlin 1909 / The Moonshiner’s Bride

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 9 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© March 25, 1932  nightclub 1910 / San Francisco earthquake 1906 / Love and Sweet Music

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 10 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© April 21, 1932  early fire fighting / Anna Hld / Pres. McKinley 1900 / Francis X. Bushman Love Conquers All

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 11 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© May 23, 1932  dancing 1905 / William S. Bryant / NYC subway / All for a Lassie

Screen Souvenirs Series No. 12 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© June 16, 1932   Houdini 1910 / early department store / early Wallace Beery / Francis X Bushman / Millie the Mounain Rose

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 1 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© August 4, 1932  Dream 1910 / Marie Dressler / Russia 1901 / bridge game 1907 / Old Seidelberg or the Price and the Barmaid

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 2 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© September 1, 1932   Adm. Dewey 1893 / Edison’s first talkie / early NYC

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 3 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© September 29, 1932  dirigible 1905 / Italy 1897/ Curse of Flame

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 4 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© October 27, 1932  Toronto 1905 / Houdini / Pres. Taft in Panama / corsets / Curse You Jack Dalton

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 5 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© November 28, 1932 Lillian Russell / Titanic / The Home Wrecker

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 6 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© December 22, 1932   factory workers 1904 / Pearl White / World Series 1910 / A Woman’s Wit

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 7 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© January 19, 1933  football 1905 / clips from Birth of a Nation

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 8 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© February 16, 1933 Dorothy Gish / King Edward hunting / When a Dancer Loves

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 9 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© March 16, 1933  parade 1906 / Office Wife 1906 / Tex Guinan / In a Hussey's Clutches

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 10 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© April 13, 1933  Gloria Swanson / Soul Kiss / Olympics 1912

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 11 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© May 11, 1933 air show 1910 / The Jilted Lover

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 12 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© June 8, 1933  Griffith-Chaplin-Pickord-Fairbanks & United Artists 1919 / Teddy Roosevelt / Rosie the Needle Woman

Screen Souvenirs Series 2, No. 13 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© July 7, 1933  ringside 1907 /  Madge Evans / Douglas Fairbanks

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 1 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-August 7, 1933 (Film Daily review) Includes a 1909 chorus line and Thomas Edison at a wartime rally with young Franklyn Roosevelt

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 2 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© September 20, 1933

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 3 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© October 17, 1933

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 4 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© November 17, 1933 football game 1905 / cast of BIRTH OF A NATION / 1909 auto parade / Her Sinful Past

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 5 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-December 7, 1933 (Film Daily review) Dorothy Gish & Jack Pickford / Ruth Roland / King Edward and future George hunting / NYC winter scenes / When a Dancer Loves

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 6 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© January 10, 1934 (completed ’33)

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 7 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© February 7, 1934

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 8 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© March 7, 1934

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 9 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-March 26, 1934 (Film Daily review) Clips of the biggest silent stars (Pickford, Chaplin, Fairbanks, etc.) / Teddy Roosevelt speaking in Wilkes-Barre / Bessie the Needle-woman

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 10 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-May 4, 1934

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 11 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© May 31, 1934

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 12 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© June 27, 1934

Screen Souvenirs Series 3, No. 13 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© July 26, 1934 Includes a quartette singing “She May have seen better days / Mary Pickford & Arthur Johnson

Screen Souvenirs Series 4, No. 1 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-September 5, 1934 (Film Daily review) quartette sings "Sweet Adeline" / Boston 1907 / the Gish sisters with Robert Harron / Teddy Roosevelt 1905 / The Lady Killer

Screen Souvenirs Series 4, No. 2 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-November 19, 1934 (Film Daily review) San Francisco 1901 (pre-earthquake) / early talkie with a phonograph / Scalped Hearts

Screen Souvenirs Series 4, No. 3 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© February 7, 1935 Billy Sunday / Mabel Normand / 1896 NYC / more vintage comedy scenes

Screen Souvenirs Series 4, No. 4 (Fred Waller) bw-10m-© April 18, 1935 Shots of NYC in 1900 / 1908 "comedy pugilist" / '08 railroad drammer

Sea Food (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley & Vera Steadman])-July 14, 1928

A Seat On The Curb (Ray Cozine) bw-7m-(1-reel Act [Hugh Cameron & Arthur Aylesworth])-June 24, 1932

Secret S’ciety (Briggs Pictures- John Joseph Harvey) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© October 3, 1919

See You Tonight (Mack Sennett, producer; William Beaudine) bw-21m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-June 2, 1933 Tom Moore is a butler who trades places with his boss (Eddie Nugent) at a party because he is hiding his identity from a new beach acquantance (Nora Lane).

Seeing Helen Home (Georgie Hale & Walton Butterfield) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Helen Lynd])-December 6, 1930

Seeing Is Believing (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Paragraphic [Paramount Varieties #1002])-November 22, 1940 Survey of US agriculture and Idaho salmon farming

Seeing Naples (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-1916 (released?)

Seeing San Marino (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© December 12, 1921 (filmed summer '20) The tiny border country near Italy

Seeing Sights In London (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 6, 1919 (filmed July 1918)

Selling The Sun (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 31, 1947 (completed ’46) Bathing beauties and other beach recreation

The Sentence Of The Sarre (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 22, 1920

Setting Of Ages (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© November 7, 1920

Seven In One (---) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Miss Juliet])-May 21, 1931

Seville In Fair Time (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© November 6, 1921

Shadows Of The Past (---) color-10+m-(Sports in Action)-March 1965

A She Going Sailor (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Billy Dooley & Vera Steadman])-November 10, 1928

Sheriff Nell's Tussle (Sennett Comedies- William Campbell) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-February 1, 1918

Ship Ahoy (Frank Griffin) bw/silent-2 reels-(Al St. John)-© March 6, 1920

Shooting Mermaids (Jack Eaton & Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-September 5, 1941 Covers the art of underwater photography in sports with Newton Perry shown swimming in Wakulla Springs, Florida

Short Socks (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon & Frances Lee])-August 13, 1927

A Short Tail (Charles Mintz- Hal Sintzenich) bw/silent-2 reels-(Charles Mintz Novelty)-September 10, 1927

Shorty At Coney Island (Justin Herman; editors: Fred Waller & Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Paramount Varieties)-January 20, 1936 (completed '35) Universal reissued this and other Shorty shorts as their MR. CHIMP series.

Shorty At The Seashore (Justin Herman; narrator: Harry Von Zell) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© July 3, 1936

Shorty Goes South (Fred Waller & Leslie M. Roush) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© September 12, 1935 Reissued by Universal under a new title (and re-editing) as MR. CHIMP GOES SOUTH

Shorty On The Farm (Justin Herman & Fred Waller?) bw-9m-(Paramount Varieties)-© April 3, 1935 Shorty is a chimp intermingling with other critters

Should Scotchmen Marry? (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jack Duffy & Billy Engle])-December 22, 1928

Shove Off (Edward Cline & Al Ray) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Karl Dane & George K. Arthur])-October 31, 1931 Dressing as a sailor gets one "drafted" against his wishes

Showboat Serenade (Edward Salven) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade)-April 1, 1944 Putting-on-a-show with comedy bits, featuring Johnny Johnston, Barbara Britton, Cecil Kellaway & Sig Arno

Sight Of Suva (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 6, 1918 (filmed summer '17) Capital of Fiji

The Silken Cities Of Suwa-Ko (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 8, 1919 Japan, probably filmed in 1918 by Herford T. Cowling

Silver Millions (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© July 15, 1938 Covers Alaskan salmon

Simply Killing (Norman Taurog & Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Willie & Eugene Howard])-January 18, 1931 (Film Daily review) Curious comedy about a firing squad commander

Since Pearl Harbor (Office Of War Information [William C. Thomas]- ) bw-8m-(War Activities Committee)-February 18, 1943

Sing Me Goodbye (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker [Kitty Kallen with Myron McCormick)-April 21, 1950 (completed ’49)

Sing, You Dancers (Norman Taurog) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Eva Puck & Sam White])-September 10, 1930 (Variety review) Dance teacher and singing coach battle it out. With Shirley Richards & Earle Gilbert

Sing, Bing, Sing (Mack Sennett, producer; Babe Stafford) bw-19m-(Bing Crosby)-March 24, 1933 Crosby croons and the typical Sennett gang gets into a car chase, gorilla included! Featuring Florine McKinney, Franklin Pangborn, Arthur Stone, Marvin Loback, Fay Holderness & Harry Bowen. Gorilla often played by Charles Gemora.

Sing, Helen, Sing (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Helen O’Connell])-© August 6, 1943 Songs: "Murder He Says", "He Didn't Ask Me" & "Have Faith"

Singapore Sue (Casey Robinson) bw-11m-(1-reel Act [Cary Grant & Anna Chang])-June 10, 1932 Cary's first film and a bit dated with its Chinese setting.

Singing Boxer (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce & W.C. Fields) bw-18m-(Marjorie Kane, Franklin Pangborn, Donald Novis, Aggie Herring & Julia Griffith)-January 27, 1933 (completed ’32)

The Singing Plumber (Mack Sennett, producer; Leslie Pearce) bw-20m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-September 22, 1932 Singing star Donald Novis, co-starring J. Farrell MacDonald as his rival, is among feuding families in an Irish neighborhood. Marjorie Kane is his love interest. His singing brings a happy ending. Also Matt McHugh, Aggie Herring, Vernon Dent, Bud Jamison, among others.

Single Bliss (Al Christie Film- Eddie Baker) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Neal Burns & Jack Duffy])-March 30, 1929

The Singular City Of Seoul (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 8, 1917 (filmed ’13)

Sink Or Swim (Jack Eaton; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 12, 1940

Sirens Of Syncopation (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Phil Spitalny & His Musical Ladies])-© August 22, 1935

Sisterly Scheme (VBK [Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew]- H.C. Bunner) bw/silent-2 reels-(VBK Comedy)-© August 16, 1919

Sittin’ Pretty (Jack Eaton & Ted Husing) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-October 31, 1941  How to in horse riding.

Six Belles (Winikfilm - Leslie Winik) color-10+m-(Sports in Action)-February 1965

Skating Home (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances Lee])-September 1, 1928

Ski Boom (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) Technicolor-8m(Sports in Action)-© March 1, 1966

Ski-Lark In The Rockies (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 7, 1951 Colorado ski reel

Skinny’s Sick (---) bw/silent-1 reel-(Days Of Real Sport By Briggs [John & Rosemary Carr])-© October 14, 1919

Skirmish On The Home Front (Charles Brackett) bw-13m-(War Activities Committee)-May 11, 1944 Covers the American government's wartime Economic Stabilization Plan.

Sky Divers (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-8m-(Sports in Action)-© December 31, 1963

Sky Scrappers (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Avrid Gillstrom; story: Frank Griffin & George Cleethorpe) bw-2 reels-(Chester Conklin Comedy)-December 6, 1930

Slaying The Hippopotamus (Leonard J. Vandenbergh; editors: Tom McNamara & Ernest Maas) bw/silent-1 reel-(Wild Men Of Africa)-© May 15, 1921

Sleeping Bag (Homer Groening) Technicolor-9m-(Here's Homer)-© December 31, 1967

The Sleeping Porch (Al Christie Film- Leslie Pearce) bw-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Raymond Griffith, Barbara Leonard, John Litel & David Callis])-September 7, 1929 Husband sleeps I the snow to cure his cold

The Sleepwalker (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-Feb 5, 1917

Sleuths (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-September 1, 1919

Slick Slickers (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Neal Burns])-July 7, 1928

Slippery Heels (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jimmie Adams])-June 16, 1928

Smoky Mountain Magic (Discover America Inc.; Richard Matt) color-17m-(Special)-© May 1, 1966 Edited from a feature HAPPY HOLIDAYS, CAMPING IN THE SMOKIES that opened Statesville, North Carolina on March 2, hosted by Robert Short

Smooth Sailing (Jerry Hopper) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [Alice Tyrrell & Paul Lees])-August 8, 1947  Ship's manicurist Joanie tries everything to get the attention of producer J.B. Hunter for her musical act.

Sno’ Time For Learning (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Dennis James) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 21, 1949 (completed ’48) Vermont ski reel

Snow Dogs (narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 25, 1941 Spotlights huskies and St. Bernard dogs

Snow Fun (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© June 1, 1965

Snowbound Pyrenees (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-December 19, 1920

So This Is Paris Green (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-19m-(Christie Comedy [Louise Fazenda, Bert Roach, George E. Stone & Yola D’Avril])-January 16, 1930 (completed ’29) The hottest “mama” of the Paris sewers needs a rest from night life

Socially Correct (Aubrey Scotto; co-writers: Casey Robinson & Max E. Hayes) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Lulu McConnell])-October 10, 1931

Society Man (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Pacemaker)-© December 25, 1953 Early animal rights activist reel

Society Notes (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner)-Aug 3, 1934

A Society Scrimmage (U.S. Moving Picture Co.- George H. Plympton) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy] [Leatrice Joy])-November 12, 1917

The Sock Exchange (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [ [Bobby Vernon, Judith Barrett & Joseph Belmont])-September 22, 1928

Sojourning In Sapporo (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 26, 1918 (filmed August '17) Japan

Solomon’s Temple (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 21, 1921 Part of the June 1920 tour of Jerusalem with the area history profiled

Some British Bits Well Done (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-April 20, 1919 (filmed July 1918)

Some Doctor (Harry Jackson) bw/silent-1 reel-(Klever Komedies [Victor Moore])-Feb 26, 1917

Son Of Democracy #1: My Mother (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-December 22, 1917 (Motion Picture News review) Mini-dramas with Benjamin Chapin playing Lincoln as an adult during the Civil War, with assorted children repeesenting his youth (and Chapin directing). Paramount ads claimed that these were "five years in the making" and these were considered prestigious fair given a lot of promotion leading up to his February birthday. Episode 1 covers Abraham’s log cabin birth and childhood. On his mother's deathbed later, he promises not to get into fights.

Son Of Democracy #2: My Father (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-December 22, 1917 Honest Abe's daddy had some scraps despite mother's nonviolent attitude

Son Of Democracy #3: A Call To Arms (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-January 26, 1918 (Moving Picture World review) As critic Edward Weitzel stated: "is particularly timely. The almost overwhelming weight of responsibility put upon the shoulders of the chief executive of the country at war is brought home to the beholder; and the task now confronting President Wilson will be better understood after viewing the trials and heartbreaking obstacles that beset Abraham Lincoln under similar.”

Son Of Democracy #4: My First Jury (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-March 4, 1918

Son Of Democracy #5: Tender Memories (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-March 11, 1918 Recreates the incident when boy Lincoln wrote to a minister to come pray over his mother’s grave.

Son Of Democracy #6: A President's Answer (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-March 18, 1918 President Lincoln spares a Confederate soldier’s life… being a son of the minister friend of his mother’s.

Son Of Democracy #7: His Native State (My Native State) (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-March 25, 1918

Son Of Democracy #8: Down By The River (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-April 1, 1918 Flashbacks to Lincoln’s earlier life on a Mississippi River flat boat.

Son Of Democracy #9: The Slave Auction (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-April 8, 1918 Lincoln sees his first and later becomes committed to abolishing it.

Son Of Democracy #10: Under The Stars (Benjamin Chapin) bw/silent-2 reels-(drama)-April 15, 1918 Shows Lincoln at his most intimate moments during the worst years of the conflict.

 

Profiling producer Jerry Fairbanks in 1946:



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Song Hits On Parade (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Freddie Rich])-© January 15, 1937 (completed ’36)

A Song Is Born (Leslie M. Roush) bw-10m-(Headliner [Larry Clinton’s Orchestra])-December 22, 1938 Includes "Heart and Soul"

Song Of The Builder (based on Edgar Guest’s verse) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act)-July 18, 1928

Song Of The Islands (Robert C. Bruce) Technicolor-10m-(Musical Romance)-May 21, 1937 Technicolor tour of Hawaii

Song Service (Norman Taurog) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Lee Morse])-October 25, 1930

Songwriters Of The Gay '90s (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner [Pat Rooney])-March 1, 1935

Southern Italy (In Southern Italy) (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-October 16, 1916 Pre-war tour

Southward Ho Ho! (Justin Herman) bw-11m-(Pacemaker [Tom Ewell & Brook Byron])-June 17, 1949 Tom woos a married lady on a cruise ship.

Souvenirs Of Singapore (Burton Holmes/Paramount) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-Aug 29, 1920 Covering the Chinese, Hindu and Parsee districts individually. Filmed by Herford T. Cowling

Spanish Children (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-July 3, 1921 (filmed '20)

Spanish Holidays (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-August 14, 1921 Part of Burton's mid-1920 tour

The Speakeasy (Sennett Comedies- F. Richard Jones) bw/silent-20m-(Charles Murray, Marie Prevost, Eddie Gribbon, Kalla Pasha & others)-December 21, 1919

Speaking of Animals And Their Families (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly & Lew Landers; narrator: Gayne Whitman) part Cinecolor-8m-(Speaking of Animals)-June 4, 1942 (Academy Award Winner) (One Reel) Highlight is a bear family singing "Darktown Strutter's Ball"

Speaking of Animals As Babies (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-9m-(Speaking of Animals)-© November 24, 1944 Infant parrots, mules, piglets and so forth are talkative. Mr. Stork gets attention

Speed (U.S. Moving Picture Co.- writer: Will Louis, Horace G. Plymton, Rex Taylor, Russell Taylor & James O. Walsh) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-March 1917

Speed (Al St. John) bw/silent-2 reels-(Al St. John)-© October 18, 1920

Speed Couriers (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ross Johns) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 9, 1944  Covers the training of pigeons.

Speed On Ice (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© July 1, 1964

The Speed Queen (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) Technicolor-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-January 2, 1953 (completed ’52) Features Fanny Blankers Koen

Speed Way (Sports Illustrated- Leslie Winik) color & CinemaScope-10m-(Sports in Action)-© May 1, 1961

The Spirit Of Seventy (Herman Justin) bw-9m-(Pacemaker)-Oct 2, 1953

Spirits (Charles Parrott [Charley Chase]) bw/silent-2 reels-(Carter DeHaven)-© September 16, 1920

Splash Yourself (Al Christie Film- Harold Beaudine) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon])-December 3, 1927

Sport Car Racing (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 6, 1953 (completed ’52) La Sabre is featured in this newsreel montage dating back to 1900

A Sport Is Born (Sports Illustrated- Leslie Winik, producer; Lew Sanborn & Jacques Istel) color & CinemaScope-10m-(Sports in Action)-© November 4, 1960 (Academy Award Nominee) The glories of sky diving on the wide screen

Sport On The Range (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 29, 1935

The Sporting British West Indies (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 1, 1953 Tour of Jamaica and Nassau

The Sporting British (Dateline Film Production ) color-17m-(Treasury Of Travels)-© August 4, 1968

Sporting Comparisons (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-July 3, 1936 Both Husing and Rice compare nine popular sports. Includes footage of Jesse Owens and Babe Didrickson

Sporting Dogs Afield (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Sportlight)-© October 7, 1955

The Sporting Everglades (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 4, 1940 Hodgepodge of many Florida sports

The Sporting Irish (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© March 17, 1939 Covers the Croke Park championships including horse high jumps and hurling

Sporting Melodies (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 25, 1933

Sporting Network (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 21, 1935 (Film Daily review) Profiles CBS Radio sports broadcasting

Sporting Oasis (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 1, 1952 Touring Palm Springs CA

Sporting Pals (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 26, 1936

Sporting Quiz (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-November 4, 1936 Includes visualizations of "catching a crab", "behind the eight bal" & "what is Charlie horse?"

Sporting Sounds (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 9, 1935 (Film Daily review) A test of guess-what-sport by sound

Sporting Spheres (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© July 8, 1949

Sporting Suwannee (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 4, 1950 Fishing reel

A Sporting Test (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 5, 1938

Sportlight Cocktail (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-December 28, 1934 Various sports: polo, fishing, swimming, water ski

Sports IQ (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© October 9, 1942 Quiz reel

The Spreewald Near Berlin (Burton Holmes) bw/s-(1R)-(DC: Travel Picture)-June 26, 1916 This covers a popular tourist trap as it looked before the war, featuring the Wendish people

Spring In Scandinavia (Justin Herman) color-15m-(Special)-December 8, 1961

Spring Night (Tatiana Tuttle, producer) bw-11m-(Paramount Varieties)-November 1, 1935 Musical dance fantasy

Springboard Champions (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© August 29, 1934 Features Pete Deajardins and "Stubby" Kruger the aquatic clown. Many dives into he water done in slow motion.

The Spy (Monte Brice; story: A. Dorian Otvas) bw-2 reels-(2-reel Act [Tom Howard& Ruth Howard])-September 21, 1929

St. Dunstan's Happy Blind (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-February 9, 1919 Part of the wartime London tour (1918)

Stage Struck Susie (Al Christie Film- Neal Burns) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Frances Lee Eddie Barry])-May 4, 1929

Stamboul (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-© January 2, 1922 (filmed 1920) Covering the Turkish quarter of Constantinople Includes the Mosque of St. Sophie

The Star Boarder (Sennett Comedies- James Davis) bw/silent-2 reels-(Ben Turpin & others)-January 18, 1920 (completed ’19) 

Star Bright (Louis Harris, producer; Hugh Bennett) Technicolor-20m-(Musical Parade [Roberta Jonay, Renny McEvoy, Mary Walker & Jack Norton])-November 9, 1944 (Film Daily review) Backstage romance with plenty of dancing

The Star Reporter (Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© March 4, 1936 Husing covers musical talent like Donald Novis, Betty Jane Cooper, Ina Ray Hutton and Ed Paul

Star Reporter In Hollywood #3 (Herbert Moulton & Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner)-March 11, 1938

Star Reporter In Hollywood (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Headliner)-November 4, 1936 (Film Daily review) New stars: Benny Bartlett, Jole Rardin, Dorothy Lamour, Vera Marshe & Lois Da ****

Start ‘Em Young (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 15, 1950 (completed ’49)

Stateroom 19 (Ray Cozine & Max E. Hayes) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Chester Clute & Grace LaMar])-January 17, 1931 (completed '30)

Station T.O.T. (Fred Waller) bw-10m-(Headliner)-January 10, 1934

Stop Kidding! (Al Christie Film- William Holland) bw/silent-1 reel-(Christie Comedy [Bobby Vernon])-August 11, 1928

Stop, Look And Guess Them (Justin Herman; narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© December 5, 1947

Stopover In Hollywood (Will Williams, producer; narrator: Walter Kray) color-16m-Jan 1963 (filmed '61) Travelogue promotional

Stork Crazy (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Lou Lilly; narrator: Ken Carpenter) bw-10m-(Speaking of Animals)-October 25, 1946 The star discusses baby delivering as we shots of talking puppies, kittens, cals, chimps, bear cubs & chicks (singing "Chickory Chick")

Story Book Parade (Mort Blumenstock & Louis McDermott) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Kiddie Fairy Tale Revue])-October 4, 1930

Straight As An Arrow (Jerry Fairbanks, producer; Robert Carlisle, editor; Gayne Whitman) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-September 18, 1936  Features archery expert George Hill

Straight Shooters (Jack Eaton) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-July 12, 1933 (Film Daily review) Golfing with Bobby Jones & Joe Kirkwood

Strassburg Redeemed (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 21, 1920 (filmed summer '19) Alsace region of France

Straw Hat Cinderella (Justin Herman & Robert Blauvelt) bw-10m-(Pacemaker [Marion Wilson])-© September 23, 1949 Marion Wilson works with the Bucks County Playhouse, Pennsylvania.

Strike! (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© June 17, 1938 Van Campen Heilner fishes in Montana, New Zealand, Alaska and Florida

Strings And Strains (George M. Arthur) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-March 22, 1935 Marionette act

The Stronger Sex (Al Christie Film- William Watson) bw-20m-(Christie Comedy [Carmel Myers, Bert Roach, George Stone & Frances Lee])-March 15, 1930 A free spirited romance writer seeks different desires at home.

Studio Sap (Phil L. Ryan, producer; Frank Griffin) bw-2 reels-(Chester Conklin Comedy)-February 28, 1931

Stuff On The Ball (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice Sports Eye-View)-© November 11, 1932

Stuffy In Down With Everything (Leslie M. Roush & John A. Haeseler) bw-10m-(Headliner)-© September 24, 1943 Comic antics of pelicans.

Sugar Wind (Charles W. Herbert; editor: William C. Park) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-January 19, 1940 (completed '39) Travelogue of Barbados

Sulkies And Silks (Gold Dolphin, productions) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© January 1, 1967 (completed ‘66)

A Summer Day In Skagway (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 18, 1918 In Alaska

Summer Days Near San Diego, California (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-March 6, 1916

Summer Daze (In The Good Old Summer Time) (Al Ray) bw-20m-(2-reel Act [Karl Dane & George K. Arthur])-December 26, 1931

The Summer Girls (Sennett Comedies- Edward F. Cline) bw/silent-2 reels-(Louise Fazenda & others)-© August 18, 1918

Sun Chasers (Chasing The Sun) (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-March 12, 1936 (Film Daily reviw) Travelogue of Florida recreation and summertime skiing in other parts

Sun Fun (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© April 25, 1941 Covers Sun Valley resort in Idaho

The Sunny South Of England (Burton Holmes) bw/s-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-Sep 2, 1916

The Sunset Hunter (Robert C. Bruce) bw-10m-(Scenic)-July 12, 1930 One explorer follows sunsets around the world. Another favors the sea.

Sunshine And Shadows (Post Pictures- W.A. Van Scoy) bw/silent-1 reel-(Post Nature Picture)-© April 6, 1919

Super-Athletes (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© November 27, 1938 Compares college athletes today and yesteryear

The Supermarket (Chandler Pub. Co.) color-10m-(Sports in Action)-© April 27, 1965

Superstition Of The Black Cat (Ray Nazarro) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© March 6, 1935

Superstition Of The Rabbit’s Foot (Ray Nazarro) bw-8m-(Paramount Varieties)-© March 6, 1935 Comic flashback tale that explains how this myth got started.

Superstition Of Three On A Match (Ray Nazarro) bw-11m-(Paramount Varieties)-September 26, 1934 (Film Daily review) A brief dramatization how this started: an African soothsayer warns an unfortunate soldier in the Boer War to beware of a combination of three.

Superstition Of Walking Under A Ladder (Ray Nazarro; story: Amille Milane) bw-10m-(Paramount Varieties)-© December 27, 1934 A girl relates how this superstition started

Surbaya, The Busy Burg Of Java (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-June 4, 1917 Material may date back to 1909

A Sure Cure (Ray Cozine & Max E. Hayes) bw-9m-(1-reel Act [Lynn Overman])-September 14, 1930 (Film Daily review) Unusual dark comedy well received at the time has a husband questioned by the police for murdering his wife because she provide peas on his dinner plate. The cop himself is obsessed with pineapple and... uh oh...

Susie Of The Follies (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-June 1917 With Billy Quirk, Ruth Elder, Julien Reed & Betty Shales

Susie Slips One Over (U.S. Moving Picture Co.- George H. Plympton) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-October 7, 1917

Susie The Sleepwalker (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-August 6, 1917

Susie's Scheme (U.S. Moving Picture Co.) bw/silent-1 reel-(Black Diamond Comedies [Leatrice Joy])-September 17, 1917

Swans (Justin Herman) bw-10m-(Paragraphic)-© May 19, 1939 Bird reel

Sweet And Low (Jerry Hopper) Technicolor-19m-(Musical Parade [Richard Webb & Catherine Craig, Sammy Davis Jr & Will Maston Trio])-March 28, 1947 (completed ’46)  A couple have a musical masquerade party.

Sweet Cookie (Mack Sennett, producer; George Marshall) bw-18m-(Mack Sennett Comedy)-April 13, 1933 Essentially this all-star Sennett is Marjorie Beebe's film, playing a cook dating a motorcycle cop and troubling her employers with her late hours antics. With Franklin Pangborn, Virginia Sale & Grady Sutton.

Sweet Moments (Leslie M. Roush) bw-11m-(Headliner [Russ Morgan & Orchestra])-© August 11, 1939 Vocals by Claire Martin & Mert Curtis

Sweetheart Days (Malcolm St. Clair) bw/silent-2 reels-(Kathryn McGuire, Lige Conley, Fanny Kelly, Harold Austin, Bud Ross & others)-March 20, 1921 Romance betwen teacher and student with parental intervention

Sweeties (Al Christie Film- Arvid E. Gillstrom) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [ [Bobby Vernon, Frances Lee & Charles Blaisdell])-March 10, 1928

Swim And Survive (Jack Eaton, Russell Ervin) bw-9m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© February 11, 1955 (completed ’54) Instructional featuring GI training and lifeguard work.

Swim Gym (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© July 1, 1963

Swim-capades (Jack Eaton) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© January 14, 1944 (completed ’43)

Swing Stars (Jack Eaton, narrator: Ted Husing) bw-10m-(Grantland Rice’s Sportlight)-© May 14, 1937 All of the famous golfers of the past

Swing, Hutton, Swing (Fred Waller) bw-11m-(Headliner [Ina Ray Hutton])-May 7, 1937 With the Melodears playing "Stardust", "Organ Grinder's Swing" & "The Suzi-Que"

A Swingin' West (---) Eastmancolor-10m-(Travelrama)-August 1963

Swinging Brazil (Art Mayer) color-18m-(Treasury Of Travels)-© April 24, 1968 (completed '67)

Swiss Movement (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-9m-(Sports in Action)-© January 1, 1963 (completed ‘62)

Swiss Movements (Al Christie Film- Robert Kerr) bw/silent-2 reels-(Christie Comedy [Jimmy Adams)-December 31, 1927

Switzerland (Ray Cozine & Frank Cambria) bw-1 reel-(1-reel Act [Lester Allen])-April 29, 1932 Comedy sketch

Sydney, The Antipodean Metropolis (Burton Holmes) bw/silent-1 reel-(Travel Picture)-January 7, 1918 (filmed June-July '17) Population at that time: 800,000. Shots include Martin Place, Botanical Gardens & Circular Quay

Symphony In Black (Fred Waller) bw-9m-(Headliner [Duke Ellington’s Orchestra w/ Billie Holiday])-© September 12, 1935 Although it ends a bit abruptly, this is an impressive mini-visualization of his composition (a "rhapsody of negro life") with a song by Billie Holiday included. The four parts all shown with unnamed actors and fancy experimental cinematography (multile exposures and split screen effects includd): "The Laborers", "A Triangle: Dance, Jealousy, Blues", "A Hymn of Sorrow" & "Harlem Rhythm"

Symphony In Motion (Winikfilm- Leslie Winik) color-10m-(Sports in Action)-© November 1, 1961

 

Symphony In Black

 







Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: Paramount, Burton Holmes, Mack Sennett, Jerry Fairbanks, Headliner, short subject

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