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CLASSES L AND M.

MOTION PICTURES.

APPLE SAUCE; photoplay by Fox film Cat (THE) AND THE FIDDLE. See Ly

corp., directed by Noel Smith. 2 man H. Howe's hodge podge. reels.

24726

CHILDREN OF JAZZ; adapted by Beulah © June 24, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

Marie Dix from the play, Other tion July 11; L 19196; William Fox,

times, by Harold Brighouse, directed New York.

by Jerome Storm. 6 reels. 24733 ARABIA; story by Lynn Reynolds and © July 11, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

Tom Mix, scenario by and directed tion July 11; L 19201 ; Famous playby Lynn Reynolds, photoplay by Fox ers-Lasky corp., New York. film corp. 5 reels.

24727

CIRCUS DAYS; adapted by Edward Cline © Nov. 19, 1922; 2 c. and descrip- and Harry Weil, from the story, tion July 17, 1923; L 19209; William Toby Tyler, by James Otis, directed Fox, New York.

by Edward Cline. 6 reels. 24734 AT THE BRINK. See Her dangerous

© July 10, 1923; 2 c. and descrippath.

tion July 10; L 19194; Sol Lesser, %

Associated first natl. pictures, inc., BABY CHICKS IN ACTION; by Charles

New York. Blum. Prints.

24728

CIRCUS PALS; photoplay by Fox film © title and description recd. July corp., directed by Lou Seiler and 11, 1923; 5 prints 7 x 54 in. recd. June Ben Stoloff. 2 reels.

24735 6; M 2300; W. F. Hellpot, French

© June 3, 1923; 2 c. and descriptown, N. J.

tion July 12; L 19203; William Fox, BAD (The) BANDIT ; by Paul Terry.

New York. Clippings from reel.

24729 COLUMBIA THE GEM AND THE OCEAN. © title, description and 16 prints See Leather (The) pushers. recd. July 19, 1923; M 2304; Pathe

COMMON (THE) LAW; from the novel exchange, inc., New York.

by Robert W. Chambers, adapted by BE HONEST; by Hal E. Roach. Clip

Edward J. Montagne. 8 reels. 24736 pings from reel.

24730 © July 26, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© title, description and 20 prints

tion July 26; L 19245; Pacific southrecd. Aug. 2, 1923; L 19272; Pathe

west trust & sayings bank, Los Anexchange, inc., New York.

geles.
CRIMSON COPPERS.

Reel.

24737 BEHIND THE PRISON BARS.

See Sotto e cancelle.

© July 28, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion July 30; L 19249; Universal picBETRAYAL (THE) See Eagle's (The) tures corp., New York. talons.

DANCING (A) FOOL; directed by EuBLINKY; adapted from the story by

gene DeRue. 2 reels.

24738 Gene Markey, scenario by and di- © July 6, 1923; 2 c. and descriprected by Edward Sedgwick. 6 reels. tion July 6; L 19175; Arrow film

24731 corp., New York. © July 31, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- DEAR ME. See Purple (The) highway. tion Aug. 2; L 19261; Universal pictures corp., New York.

DESERT DRIVEN; from the Action sto

ries magazine story, The man from CAPTAIN APPLESAUCE; directed by Ed- the desert, by Wyndham Martin, didie Lyons. 2 reels.

24732 rected by Val Paul. 6 reels. 24739 © July 6, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- © July 8, 1923; 2 c. and description July 6; L 19174; Arrow film tion July 18; L 19212; R-C pictures corp., New York.

corp., New York,

24740

pt. 1, n. s., v. 20

DISPUTED TREASURE. See Haunted val

no. 15, The eagle foiled. 2 ley.

reels.

24748

© July 28, 1923; 2 c. and descripDO AND DARE; story by Marion Brooks,

tion July 30; L 19251; Universal picscenario by and directed by Edward

tures corp., New York, Sedgwick, photoplay by Fox film corp. 5 reels. 24740 | EMPTY BOTTLES. Reel.

24749 © Oct. 1, 1922; 2 c. and descrip- © July 21, 1923; 2 c. and description July 31, 1923; L 19258; William

tion July 26; L 19237; Universal picFox, New York.

tures corp., New York. DODGING THE CONSPIRATORS. See Ea- | FALSE PLAY; story and scenario by Carl gle's (The) talons.

Coolidge, directed by Jay Marchant. 2 reels.

24750 Dogs OF WAR; by Hal E. Roach. Clip

© July 7, 1923; 2 c. and descrippings from reel.

24741

tion July 9; L 19190; Universal pic© title, description and 40 prints

tures corp., New York. recd. July 19, 1923; L 19216; Pathe exchange, inc., New York.

Fist (The) MAIL; story by Lincoln

I Carter, scenario by Anges Parsans; DOUBLE SUSPICION. 2 reels. 24742 photoplay by Fox film corp., directed

© July 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- by Bernard J. Durning. 6 reels. tion July 20; L 19224; Universal pic

24751 tures corp., New York.

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

ion July 17, 1923; L 19207; William DRIFTING; adapted by Tod Browning and Fox, New York.

A. P. Younger from the play by John Colton, directed by Tod Browning. F1 TTERS OF GOLD. See Her dangerous 7 reels.

21743 path. © July 31, 1923; 2 c. and description Aug. 2; L 19262; Universal pic-| FIGHTING BLOOD ; round 12, Judy punch, tures corp., New York,

from the Collier's weekly story by

H. C. Witwer, scenario by Beatrice DYNAMITE. See Steel (The) trail. Van, directed by Mal St. Clair. 2

reels.

24752 EAGLE (The) FOILED. See Eagle's (The) talons.

© July 22, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Aug. 2; L 19265; R-C pictures Eagle's (THE) TALONS; story and sce

corp., New York. nario by Bertram Millhauser, directed by Duke Worne. no. 11, The be

FLIVVER (A) ELOPEMENT. See Lyman

H. Howe's hodge podge. trayal. 2 reels.

24744 © July 5, 1923; 2 c. and description FLYING (The) DUTCHMAN; based on July 6; L 19176; Universal pictures the opera by Richard Wagner, adapted corp., New York.

and directed by Lloyd B. Carleton. 6 reels.

24753 no. 12, The sacrifice. 2 reels.

© July 29, 1923; 2 c. and descrip24745

tion Aug. 2; L 19264; R-C pictures © July 10, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

corp., New York. tion July 11; L 19199; Universal pictures corp., New York.

FOG (THE); adapted by H. H. Van

Loan, from the story by William Dudno. 13, Dodging the conspira

ley Pelley, scenario by Winifred Dunn, tors. 2 reels.

24746

directed by Paul Powell. 7 reels. © July 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

24754 tion July 20; L 19220; Universal pic

© July 9, 1923; 2 c. and description tures corp., New York.

July 10; L 19195; Max Graf, New

York. story and scenario by Phillip Hubbard, directed by Duke Worne. no. FOOTLIGHT (THE) RANGER; story by 14, The inferno. 2 reels. 24747

William H. Branch, scenario by Doro© July 25, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- thy Yost, photoplay by Fox film corp., tion July 30; L 19250; Universal pic- directed by Scott Dunlap. 5 reels. tures corp., New York.

24755 no. 7, 1923

24773

© Jan. 14, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

HAUNTED VALLEY; by Frank Leon tion July 5; L 19172; William Fox,

Smith. no. 14, In desperate flight. New York.

Clippings from reel.

24765 FORD EDUCATIONAL LIBRARY, TECHNICAL

© title, description and 40 prints SURGERY; Goitre operation. Reel.

recd. July 19, 1923; L 19214; Pathe 24756

exchange, inc., New York. © July 9, 1923; 2 c. and description

no. 15, Disputed treasure. July 9; M 2297; Ford motor Co.,

Clippings from reel.

24766 Washington.

© title, description and 36 prints FOUR (THE) FLUSHER; photoplay by recd. July 19, 1923; L 19215; Pathe

Fox film corp., directed by Norman exchange, inc., New York.
Taurog. 2 reels.

24757 © Mar. 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- HER DANGEROUS PATH; by Frank Howtion July 11; L 19197; William Fox, ard Clark. no. 1, What the sands New York.

told. Clippings from reel. 24767 FRENCH (THE) DOLL; adapted by Fran

© title, description and 60 prints ces Marion from the French of A. E.

recd. July 25, 1923; L 19228; Pathe Thomas. 7 reels.

24758

exchange, inc., New York. © July 19, 1923; 2 c. and description July 20; L 19219; Tiffany pro

no. 2, Fetters of gold. Clip

24768 ductions, inc., New York,

pings from reel.

© title, description and 40 prints GENTLEMAN (A) OF LEISURE; adapted recd. July 25, 1923; L 19229. Pathe

by Anthony Coldewey from the play exchange, inc., New York.
by John Stapleton and P. G. Wode-
house, directed by Joseph Henabery.

no. 3, At the brink. Clip6 reels.

24759
pings from reel.

24769 © July 17, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

title, description and 40 prints tion July 18; L 19213; Famous play

recd. July 25, 1923; L 19230; Pathe ers-Lasky corp., New York.

exchange, inc., New York. GOITRE OPERATION. See Ford educational library.

HOLLYWOOD; adapted by Tom Geragh

ty from the story by Frank Condon, GOOD DEEDS. Reel.

24760

directed by James Cruze. 8 reels. © July 5, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

24770 tion July 6; L 19182; Universal pic

© July 10, 1923; 2 c. and descriptures corp., New York.

tion July 11; L 19202; Famous playGOOD MEN AND BAD; story and scenario ers-Lasky corp., New York.

by Wm. Lester, directed by F. W. Kraemer. 5 reels.

24761 Host (The); directed by Lloyd Bacon. Reel.

24771 © Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. and description July 26; L 19243; Frederick W.

© June 30, 1923; 2 c. and descripKraemer, Los Angeles.

tion July 6; L 19177; Universal pic

tures corp., New York. Great (THE) EXPLORERS; by Paul Terry. Clippings from reel.

24762

IN DESPERATE FLIGHT. See Haunted © title, description and 20 prints valley. recd. July 19, 1923; M 2301 ; Pathe exchange, inc., New York.

IN THE DAYS OF DANIEL BOONE; story HANDY (THE) MAN; story by Bob Mun

Paul Bryan, directed by William son, directed by Bob Kerr. 2 reels.

Craft. no. 5, Perilous paths. 2 reels.

24772 24763 © June 29, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© July 5, 1923; 2 c. and description Aug. 1; L 19260; Quality pro

tion July 6; L 19181; Universal picductions, inc., New York.

tures corp., New York. HARBOR LIGHTS; by Eliot Stannard.

no. 6, Trapped. 2 reels. Clippings from reel. 24764

24773 © title, description and 100 prints © July 7, 1923; 2 c. and descriprecd. Aug. 2, 1923; L 19274; Asso- tion July 9; L 19189; Universal picciated exhibitors, inc., New York. tures corp., New York.

24774

pt. 1, n. s., v. 20

no. 7, In the hands of the ene- LITTLE JOHNNY JONES; based upon the my. 2 reels.

24774 dramatico-musical composition by © July 7, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

George M. Cohan, adapted by Raytion July 11; L 19200; Universal pic

mond L. Schrock, directed by Arthur tures corp., New York,

Rosson and Johnny Hines. 7 reels.

24782 no. 8, Over the cliff. 2 reels.

© Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

24775 tion Aug. 2; L 19266; Warner bros., © July 28, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- New York, tion July 30; L 19254; Universal pictures corp., New York.

LVE WIRES; by Hal E. Roach. Clippings from reel.

24783 IN THE HANDS OF THE ENEMY. See In the days of Daniel Boone.

©title, description and 20 prints

recd. Aug. 2, 1923; L 19276; Pathe INFERNO (The) See Eagle's (The)

exchange, inc., New York. talons.

LODGE NIGHT; hy Hal E. Roach. ClipINTRIGUE. See Steel (The) trail.

pings from reel.

24784 JUDY PUNCH. See Fighting blood.

© title, description and 40 prints

recd. Aug. 2, 1923; L 19269; Pathe JULY DAYS; by Hal E. Roach. Clip- exchange, inc., New York. pings from reel.

24776 © title, description and 40 prints

Lve (The) BRAND; story and scenario recd. Aug. 2, 1923; L 19275; Pathe

by Adrian Johnson, directed by Stuart Paton. 5 reels.

24785 exchange, inc., New York.

© July 25, 1923; 2 c. and descripKEY TO HỆALTH. Clippings from reel. tion July 30; L 19252; Universal pic

24777 tures corp., New York. © title and description recd. June 30, 1923; 52 prints recd. Apr. 2; M

L ve (THE) PIKER; story by Frank R. 2296; Albert R. Gaines, Los Angeles.

Adams, scenario hy Frances Marion,

directed by E. Mason Hopper. 7 Kit CARSON'S DARING RUSE. See Santa reels.

24786 Fe (The) trail.

© July 9, 1923; 2 c. and description LAWFUL LARCENY; from the stage play

July 9; L 19193; William Randolph by Samuel Shipman, adapted by John

Hearst, New York, Lynch, directed by Allan Dwan. 6

LYAL LIVES; story by Charles G. Rich reels.

24778

and Dorothy Farnum, directed by © July 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- Charles Giblyn. 6 reels. 24787 tion July 26; L 19247; Famous play- © July 26, 1923; 2 c. and descripers-Lasky corp., New York.

tion July 26; L 19241; Postman picLEATHER (The) PUSHERS; story by

tures corp., Yonkers, N. Y. H. C. Witwer, directed by Harry A. LYMAN H. Howe's HODGE PODGE; no. 9, Pollard. no. 16, Something for noth

A Alivver elopement. Reel. 24788 ing. 2 reels.

24779

© July 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© July 5, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion July 18; M 2298; Lyman H. tion July 6; L 19180; Universal pic- Howe films co., inc., Wilkes-Barre, tures corp., New York.

Pa. no. 17, Columbia the gem and no. 10, The cat and the fiddle. the ocean. 2 reels.

24780
Reel.

24789 © July 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- © July 18, 1923; 2 c. and description July 20; L 19221; Universal pic

tion July 18; M 2299; Lyman H. tures corp., New York.

Howe films co., inc., Wilkes-Barre, LEGALLY DEAD; story by Charles Furth

Pa. man, scenario by Harvey Gates, directed by William Parke. 6 reels.

MAN (THE) FROM THE DESERT. See

Desert driven.

24781 © July 7, 1923; 2 c. and description MAN (A) OF POSITION; written and diJuly 9; L 19191; Universal pictures rected by Archie Mayo. 2 reels. corp., New York.

24790 no. 7, 1923

24809

© July 26, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- NIP AND Tuck; by Mack Sennett. Cliption July 26; L 19232; Grand-Asher pings from reel.

24800 distributing corp., New York.

© title, description and 37 prints

recd. Aug. 2, 1923; L 19270; Pathe Man's size; story by William McLeod Raine, scenario by Joseph Franklin Po

exchange, inc., New York. land, photoplay by Fox film corp., NOBODY'S PARLING 2 reels. 24801 directed by Howard M. Mitchell.5 reels.

© July 13, 1923; 2 c. and descrip24791

tion July 18; L 19210; Universal pic© Jan. 21, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tures corp., New York. tion July 17; L 19208; William Fox, New York.

OH, SHOOT; directed by Eugene DeRue. 2 reels.

24802 MARATHON (THE) DANCERS; by Paul

© Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. and descripTerry. Clippings from reel. 24792

tion Aug. 2; L 19267; Arrow film © title, description and 18 prints

corp., New York. recd. July 19, 1923; M 2305; Pathe exchange, inc., New York.

ONE WILD DAY. 2 reels.

24803

© July 3, 1923; 2 c. and description MARRIAGE MORALS; written and directed

July 6; L 19187; Hunt Stromberg, by William Nigh. 7 reels. 24793

New York. © July 26, 1923; 2 c. and description July 26; L 19244; L. Lawrence OTHER TIMES. See Children of jazz. Weber and Bobby North, New York.

OUR DARE DEVIL CHIEF. 2 reels. 24804 MESSAGE (THE) OF HOPE; by Genevieve

© July 26, 1923; 2 c. and descripM. Murphy. 4 reels.

24794

tion July 26; L 19246; Tri-stone pic© July 7, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- tures, inc., New York. tion July 24; L 19226; Genevieve Murphy, New Orleans, La.

OUT OF LUCK; written and directed by MIDNIGHT (The) ALARM; story by

24805

Edward Sedgwick. 6 reels. Charles Graham Baker, directed by

© July 9, 1923; 2 c. and description David Smith. 7 reels.

24795

July 11; L 19198; Universal pictures © July 30, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

corp., New York. tion July 30; L 19257; Vitagraph co. OVER THE CLIFF. See In the days of of America, Brooklyn.

Daniel Boone. MYSTERIES OF THE SEA ; by Paul Terry.

PADDY-THE-NEXT-BEST-THING; from the Clippings from reel.

24796

novel by Gertrude Page, scenario by © title, description and 20 prints Eliot Stannard and Herbert Wilcox. recd. July 19, 1923; M 2303; Pathe 7 reels.

24806 exchange, inc., New York.

© July 26, 1923; 2 c. and descripMYSTERIOUS (THE) WITNESS; from the tion July 26; L 19239; D. W. GrifSaturday evening post story, The step

fith, inc., Los Angeles. sons of light, by Eugene Manlove Rhodes, directed by Seymour Zeliff.

PAGING LOVE; directed by Herman C. 5 reels.

24797
Raymaker. 2 reels.

24807 © June 24, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© July 26, 1923; 2 c. and description July 9; L 19192; R-C pictures

tion July 26; L 19234; Grand-Asher corp., New York.

distributing corp., New York. MYSTERY (THE) MAN; by Hal E. PEARL (THE) DIVERS; by Paul Terry. Roach. Clippings from reel. 24798 Clippings from reel.

24808 © title, description and 40 prints © title, description and 20 prints recd. Aug. 2, 1923; L 19271; Pathe recd. July 19, 1923; M 2302; Pathe exchange, inc., New York.

exchange, inc., New York. MYSTERY OF THE TRAIL. See Santa Fe

PERILOUS PATHS. See In the days of (The) trail.

Daniel Boone. NINE (THE) OF SPADES; by Louis A. PURPLE (THE) HIGHWAY; by Rufus Sarecky. Clippings from reel. 24799

Steele, developed from the play, Dear © title, description and 16 prints me, by Luther Reed and Hale Hamilrecd. Aug. 2, 1923; M 2306; Pathe ton, directed by Henry Kolker. 7 exchange, inc., New York.

reels.

24809

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