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CLASSES L AND M,

MOTION PICTURES.

AND A LITTLE CHILD. See Gossip. BALLOONATIC (THE); written and di

rected by Buster Keaton and Eddie ANNA ASCENDS; story by Harry Chap

Cline. 2 reels.

1550 man Ford, adapted by Margaret Turnbull, directed by Victor Flem

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. and descriping. 6 reels.

1512

tion Jan. 22; L 18604; Buster Kea

ton productions, inc, % Associated © Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

first natl. pictures, Inc., New York. tion Jan. 20, 1923; L 18598; Famous players-Lasky corp.,

New BELLBOY THIRTEEN; directed by WilYork.

liam Seiter. 5 reels.

1551 ARAB (THE) See One stolen night.

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Jan. 8; L 18557; Thomas H. AROUND THE WORLD IN 18 DAYS:

Ince corp., % Associated first nano. 8, A nation's peril, scenario

tional pictures, inc., New York. by Frank H. Clark, directed by Robert F. Hill. 2 reels. 1543 BEST (THE) MAN. Reel.

1552 © Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c and description Jan. 8; L 18560; Universal pic- tion Feb. 8; L 18647; Universal pictures corp.,. New York.

tures corp., New York. --- story by Robert Dillon, scenario BISHOP (THE) OF THE OZARKS; story

by George Bronson Howard, di- by Melford W. Howard, directed by rected by Reaves Eason, no. 9, Tinis Fox. 6 reels.

1553 Trapped in the clouds. 2 reels.

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. and descrip1544

tion Jan. 26; L 18615; R-C pictures © Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

corp., New York. tion Jan. 13; L 18576; Universal

BLUE (THE MOUNTAINS MYSTERY; pictures corp., New York.

from the book, The Mount Marunga no. 10, The brink of eter

mystery, by Harrison Owen, scenanity. 2 reels.

1545

rio by and directed by Raymond © Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- Longford and Lottie Lyell. 5 reels. tion Jan. 20; L 18594; Universal

1554 pictures corp., New York.

Sept. 1, 1922; 2 c. and descripscenario by Frank H. Clark, di- tion Jan. 20, 1923; L 18601; R-C picrected by Robert F. Hill, no. 11, The tures corp., New York. path of peril. 2 reels.

1546

BOYHOOD DAYS; written and directed © Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

by Harry Edward. 2 reels. 1555 tion Jan. 26; L 18620; Universal

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. and descrippictures corp., New York.

tion Jan. 26; L 18619; Universal picno. 12, The last race. 2

tures corp., New York. reels.

1547

BRINK (THE) OF © Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

ETERNITY. See tion Feb. 2; L 18639; Universal pic

Around the world in 18 days. tures corp., New York.

CAPTAIN-FLY-BY-NIGHT; story by JohnARRESTED FOR LIFE. Clippings from ston McCulley, scenario by Eve roll.

1548

Unsell, directed by William K. How© title and description recd. Oct.

ard. 5 reels.

1556 25, 1922; 176 prints recd. Jan. 22,

© Dec. 24, 1922; 2 c. and descrip1923; L 18606; Angela Murray Gib

tion Jan. 26, 1923; L 18625; R-C son, Casselton, N. D.

pictures corp., New York. BACK HOME AND BROKE; story by and CHRISTIAN (THE); adapted from the i adapted by George Ade, directed by story by Hall Caine, directed by Alfred E. Green. 6 reels. 1549 Maurice Tourneur. 8 reels. 1557

© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. and descrip- © Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. and description Jan. 8; L 18563; Famous play- tion Feb. 8; L 18614; Goldwyn picers-Laskey corp., New York.

tures corp., New York.

1558

pt. 1, n. s., v. 21

CORONATION (THE) See Social (The) FIRST (THE) DEGREE ; story by George buccaneer.

Pattullo, scenario by George RanDANGER (THE) POINT; story by Victor

dolph Chester, directed by Edward Sedgwick. 5 reels.

1567 Hugo Halperin, directed by Lloyd Ingrahan. 6 reels.

1558

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Jan. 26; L 18617 ; Universal pic© Nov. 11, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

tures corp., New York. tion Jan. 26; L 18624; American releasing corp., New York.

FLAME (THE) OF LIFE; scenario by DARK SECRETS ;

by Edmund

Elliott story by

J. Clawson, directed by Goulding, directed by Victor Flem

Hobart Henley. 7 reels.

1568 ing. 6 reels.

1559 © Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Jan. 8; L 18561; Universal piction Jan. 31; L 18636; Famous tures corp., New York. players Lasky corp., New York.

FLIES, See Out of the inkwell. DISPOSING OF MOTHER; suggested by

the Woman's home companion story FOOL (A) FOR LUCK. Reel. 1569 of the same, adapted by Evelyn Ken- © Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. and descripyon, directed by Arthur J. Zellner. tion Jan. 3, 1923; L 18512; Univer2 reels.

1560

sal pictures corp., New York.
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and descrip-
tion Feb. 2; L 18640; Aralma filmi

FOR ANY OCCASION; photoplay by Paul
M. Felton. Reel.

1570 Co., inc., % National film laboratories, Hudson Heights, N. J.

© Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

tion Dec. 30; L 18590; B-D-F films. DRUMS OF FATE; from the novel, Sac

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. rifice, by Stephen French Whitman, adapted by Will M. Ritchey, directed FRONT (A) PAGE STORY; story by by Charles Maigne. 6 reels. 1561 Arthur Goodrich, directed by Jess © Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

Robbins. 6 reels.

1571 tion Jan. 13, 1923; L 18581: Famous

© Dec. 25, 1922; 2 c. and descripplayers-Lasky corp., New York.

tion Jan. 3. 1923; L 18552; Vita

graph co. of America, Brooklyn. ENTERTAINING THE BOSS; story by

Carter DeHaven, scenario by Bea- GAME HUNTERS; written and directed trice Van, directed by Malcolm St. by Al Herman. 2 reels. 1572 Clair. 2 reels.

1562

© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© Oct. 29, 1922; 2 c. and descrip- tion Feb. 8; L 18646; Universal piction Jan. 13, 1923; L 18579; R-C pic

tures corp., New York. tures corp., inc., New York,

GARRISON'S FINISH; from W. B. M. FARM FOLLIES ; written and directed by

Ferguson's novel of the same name, Al. Herman. 2 reels.

1563

scenario by Elmer Harris, directed © Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. and (lescrip- by Arthur Rosson. 8 reels. 1573 tion Jan. 13; L 18577; Universal

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. and descrippictures corp., New York.

tion Feb. 13; L 18654; Mary PickFIGHTING BLOOD; from Collier's weekly

ford Fairbanks and Charlotte Smith, series by H. C. Witwer, adapted by c/o United artists. New York. Beatrice Van, directed by Malcolm St. Clair, round 1. 2 reels. 1564

GENTLEMAN (THE) FROM AMERICA ;

story by Raymond L. Schrock; © Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

scenario by George Hull, directed tion Jan. 13; L 18581; R-C pictures

by Edward Sedgwick. 5 reels. 1574 corp., inc., New York.

© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. and descripround 2, The knight in gale.

tion Feb. 8; L 18650; Universal pic2 reels.

1565

tures corp., New York. © Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. and description Jan. 13; L 18582; R-C pictures GHOST (THE) PATROL ; story by Sincorp., inc., New York.

clair Lewis, scenario by Raymond L. round 3, Six-second Smith. Schrock, directed by Nat Ross. 5 2 reels. 1566 reels.

1575 © Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- © Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. and description Jan. 13; L 18583; R-C pictures tion Jan. 20; L 18595; Universal corp., inc., New York.

pictures corp., New York.

no. 1, 1923

1591

GIMME; directed by Rupert Hughes. HOME PLATE; written and directed by 6 reels. 1576 Al. Herman. 2 reels.

1585 © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- © Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 26; tion Jan. 8; L 18565 ; Goldwyn pic- description, Jan, 25; L 18611; Unitures corp., New York.

versal pictures corp., New York. GIRL (THE) I LOVE; from a story by HOT SHOTS. See Lyman H. Howe's

James Whitcomb Riley, adapted by hodge podge.
Albert Ray, directed by Joseph de

I ACCUSE; written and directed by Abel Grasse. 8 reels.

1577
Gance. 8 reels.

1586 © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. and description Jan. 26; L 18627; Charles E.

© Apr. 15, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

tion Jan. 17, 1923; L 18585; Abel Ray, c/o United artists, New York.

Gance, c/o Associated artists, New GOOD MEN AND TRUE; story by Eugene

York. Manlove Rhodes, scenario by and

IN HOT WEATHER ; photoplay by Paul adapted by George Edwardes-Hall,

M. Felton. Reel.

1587 directed by Val Paul. 6 reels.

© Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. and descrip1578

tion Dec. 30; L 18589; B-D-F films, © Nov. 12, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. tion Jan. 20, 1923; L 18600; R-C pictures corp., New York.

INTO THE DEPTHS. See Social (The)

buccaneer. GOSSIP; from the story And a little

IT CAN BE DONE. See Phantom (The) child, by Charles Marcus Horton,

fortune. adapted by Ida Harrison, directed by Leon E. Dadmun. Clippings JACK LONDON'S TALES OF THE FISH from reel.

1579 PATROL; no. 8, Wolves of the water© title, description and 462

front. 2 reels.

1588 prints recd. Jan. 30, 1923; L 18629; © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. and descripTruart film corp., New York.

tion Feb. 2; L 18638; Universal pic

tures, corp., New York. GREAT (THE) PEARL HUNT. Reel.

1580

JOAN OF NEWARK. See New (The)

leather pushers. © Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. and description Jan. 13; L 18573; Universal JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT. See Social pictures corp., New York.

(The) buccaneer. HAIR-TRIGGER BURK; story by Eugene KINGDOM (A) AT STAKE. See Social B. Lewis, directed by Fred A. Kel

(The) buccaneer. sey. 2 reels.

1581 KNIGHT (THE) IN GALE. See Fighting © Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- blood. tion Jan. 8; L 18559; Universal

LAST (THE) RACE. See Around the pictures corp., New York.

world in 18 days. HEARTS AFLAME; adapted from the

LOOK YOUR BEST ; written and directed novel, Timber, by Harold Titus,

by Rupert Hughes. 6 reels. 1589 scenario by J. G. Hawks and L. G. Rigby, directed by Reginald Barker.

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. and descrip9 reels.

1582

tion Feb. 2; L 18641; Goldwyn pic© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tures corp., New York. tion Jan. 10; L 18571; L. B. Mayer LOVE (THE) LETTER; story by Bradley productions, inc., New York.

King, scenario by Hugh Hoffman,

directed by King Baggot. 5 reels. HEARTS OF OAK. See Timber tales.

1590 HEE-HAW; written and directed by Al. © Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. and descripHerman. 2 reels.

1583

tion Jan. 31; L 18634; Universal © Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. and descrip- pictures corp., New York, tion Jan. 3, 1923; L 18543; Uni

LYMAN H. HOWE'S HODGE PODGE; no. 4, versal pictures corp., New York.

Hot shots. Reel.

1591 HOBOES DE LUXE. Reel.

1584

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 26; tion Jan. 26; M 2228; Lyman H. description, Jan. 25; L 18612; Uni- Howe films co., inc., Wilkesbarre, versal pictures corp., New York.

Pa. 35936-2346

77

1592

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

LYMAN H. HOWE'S HODGE PODGE—Con. NEW (THE) LEATHER PUSHERS; story - no. 5. Mrs. Hippo. Reel. 1592. by H. C. Witwer, scenario by Harvey

Thew, directed by Harry A. Pollard, © Jan, 26, 1923; 2 c, and description Jan. 26; M 2229; Lyman H.

no. 10, When Kane met Able. 2 reels.

1599 Howe films co., inc., Wilkesbarre. Pa.

© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

tion Jan. 3, 1923; L 18546; UniverMAKING A MAN; story by Peter B. sal pictures corp., New York.

Kyne, directed by Joseph Henabery. 6 reels.

1593

no. 11, Strike father, strike son. 2 reels.

1600 © Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. and description Jan. 8, 1923; L 18564; Famous

© Jan, 18, 1923; 2 c. and descripplayers-Lasky corp., New York.

tion Jan. 20; L 1859; Universal

pictures corp., New York. MIGHTY LAK' A ROSE; by Curtis Benton, directed by Edwin Carewe. 8

no. 12, Joan of Newark. 2 reels. 1594 reels.

1601 © Jan, 23, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- © Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. and description Jan. 23; L 18605; Associated tion Jan. 26; L 18618; Universal first national pictures, inc., New pictures corp., New York. York.

No WEDDING BELLS; written and diMILADY; from the novel by Alexandre

rected by Larry Semon. 2 reels. Dumas, directed by Henri Diamant

1602 Berger. 6 reels.

1595

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© Jan, 1, 1923; 2 c. and descrip- tion Jan. 31; L 18635; Vitagraph tion Jan. 26; L 18626; Achievement

co., of America. films, inc., New York,

ONE STOLEN NIGHT; adapted from the MIND OVER MOTOR; from a story by

story, The Arab, by D. D. Calhoun, Mary Roberts Rhinehart, directed

scenario by Bradley J. Smollen, diby Ward Lascelle. 5 reels. 1596

rected by Robert Ensminger. 5 reels. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 26; de

1603 scription, Jan, 25; L 18613; Ward

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. and descripLascelle productions, Los Angeles.

tion Jan. 20; L 18597; Vitagraph MISSING MILLIONS. See Social (The) co. of America, Brooklyn. buccaneer.

OREGON (THE) TRAIL ; story by Robert MRS. HIPPO. See Lyman H. Howe's Dillon, scenario by Anthony Coldehodge podge.

wey and Douglas Bronston, directed MONEY, MONEY, MONEY ; story by

by Edward Laemmle, no. 1, WestLarry Evans, adapted by Hope Lor

ward ho. 3 reels.

1604 ing, direct by Tom Forman,

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. and descrip5 reels.

1597 tion Jan. 20; L 18593; Universal © Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

pictures corp., New York. tion Jan. 8, 1923; L 18558; Pre

no. 2, White treachery. 2 ferred pictures, inc., % Associated reels.

1605 first national pictures, inc., New

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. and descripYork.

tion Jan. 31; L 18631; Universal MOUNT (THE MARUNGA MYSTERY. pictures corp., New York. See Blue (The) mountains mystery.

OUR ALLEY; directed by Eugene De MY AMERICAN WIFE; by Monte M. Rue. 2 reels.

1606 Katterjohn, based on a story by © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and descripHector Turnbull, directed by Sam

tion Feb. 2; L 18643; Arrow film Wood. 6 reels.

1598

corp., New York. © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

OUT OF ORDER. Reel.

1607 tion Jan. 20; L 18599; Famous

© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. and descripplayers-Lasky corp., New York.

tion Feb. 8; L 18649; Universal NATION'S (A) PERIL.

See Around the

pictures corp., New York. world in 18 days.

OUT OF THE INKWELL; Flies, drawn by NEVER SAY DIE. See Phantom (The) Max Fleischer, directed by Dave fortune.

Fleischer. Reel.

1608 no. 1, 1923

1625

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© Dec. 3, 1922; 1 c. and description Jan. 20; M 2227; Out of the tion Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 11; L inkwell films, inc., New York.

18568; R-C pictures corp., New

York. PATH (THE) OF PERIL. See Around

POP TUTTLE'S MOVIE QUEEN; story by the world in 18 days.

A. H. Giebler, directed by Robert PEG O' THE MOVIES.

Eddy. 2 reels.

1618 2 reels.

1609

© Sept. 10, 1922; 2 c. and descrip© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Jan. 8, 1923; L 18569; R-C piction Jan. 31; L 18633; Universal

tures corp., New York. pictures corp., New York. PHANTOM

POWER (THE) OF A LIE; from the story (THE) FORTUNE; no. 1, It can be done, story and scenario

by Johann Bojer, adapted by Charles

Kenyon, directed by George Archainby Anthony Coldewey and George

1619

baud. 5 reels. Hively, directed by Robert Hill. 2 reels.

1610

© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

tion Jan. 3, 1923; L 18545; Uni© Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

versal pictures corp., New York. tion Feb. 2; L 18637; Universal pictures corp., New York.

PRINCE (THE) AND THE PAUPER ; from

the story by Mark Twain, directed no. 2, Never say die, story and

by Alexander Kardo. 7 reels. scenario by Anthony Coldewey, di

1620 rected by Robert Hill. 2 reels. 1611

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and descrip© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

tion Feb. 2; L 18642; Mark Twain tion Feb. 8; L 18648; Universal

Co., % American releasing corp., New pictures corp., New York.

York. PILGRIM (THE); written and directed PUNCTURED (A) PRINCE; story by by Charles Chaplin. 4 reels. 1612 Hunt Stromberg, directed by Hugh © Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

Fay. 2 reels.

1621 tion Jan. 24; L 18607; Charles Chap- © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. and descriplin % Associated first natl. pictures, tion Jan. 3; L 18555; Hunt Strominc., New York.

berg, New York. PLEASURE BEFORE BUSINESS; written

QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER; story by and directed by Alf. T. Goulding.

Charles Felton Pidgin, adapted by 2 reels.

1613

Bernard McConville. 8 reels. 1622 © Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. and description Jan. 31; L 18632; Universal

tion Jan. 3, 1923; L 18554; Arthur pictures corp., New York.

Sawyer and Herbert Lubin, New

York. POOR BUT HONEST; scenario by Glen

RINGER (A) FOR DAD; story by Monty Lambert, directed by Eugene De

Brice and Ethel Foreman, directed Rue. 2 reels.

1614

by Arthur Hackman. 2 reels. 1623 © Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. and descrip

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. and description Jan. 26; L 18623; Arrow film

tion Jan. 20; L 18602; R-C pictures corp., New York.

corp., New York.
Pop TUTTLE, DETECKATIVE; story by SACRIFICE. See Drums of fate.

A. H. Giebler, directed by Robert
Eddy. 2 reels.

1615 SAFETY LAST; by Hal Roach, Sam © Dec. 31, 1922; 2 c. and descrip

Taylor and Tim Whelan. Clippings from reel.

1624 tion Jan. 13; 1923; L 18580; R-C pictures corp., inc., New York.

© title,
title, description, and

and 126 .

prints recd. Jan. 25, 1923; L 18608; POP TUTTLE, FIRE CHIEF ; story by A. H. Pathe exchange, inc., New York. Giebler, directed by Robert Eddy.

1616 2 reels.

SALOME; from the play of the same

name by Oscar Wilde, scenario by © Nov. 15, 1922; 2 c. and descrip- Peter M. Winters, directed by tion Jan. 8, 1923; L 18566; R-C pic

Charles Bryant. 6 reels. 1625 tures corp., New York.

© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. and descripPOP TUTTLE'S GRASS WIDOW ; story by tion Feb. 13, 1923; L 18655; Alla

A. H. Giebler, directed by Robert Nazimova and Charles Bryant, c/o Eddy. 2 reels.

1617, United artists corp., New York.

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