Follow the Crowd 1918

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Follow the Crowd is a 1918 American short comedy film with Harold Lloyd. Previously thought to be a lost film, the SilentEra website says now that a “print exists”. Wikipedia
Initial release: April 7, 1918
Director: Alfred J. Goulding
Producer: Hal Roach
Distributed by: Pathé Exchange

Stars: Harold Lloyd, ‘Snub’ Pollard, Bebe Daniels

Rowdy Ann 1919

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Ann is one tough cowgirl. After she beats up Hank, her parents send her East to college, hoping she’ll come back a lady.
Director: Al Christie
Stars: Fay Tincher, Eddie Barry, Katherine Lewis

The Son-of-a-Gun 1919

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A lovable ne’er-do-well is declared a hero after he inadvertently stops swindlers in a small Western community.
Initial release: February 2, 1919
Directors: Broncho Billy Anderson, F. Richard Jones
Producer: Broncho Billy Anderson
Cast: Broncho Billy Anderson, Frank Whitson, A.E. Witting, Paul Willis, Mattie Witting, Joy Lewis, Fred Church
Screenplay: Broncho Billy Anderson, Jess Robbins

Move On 1917


Our hero is a police officer who gets involved in a crap game, flirting with a nurse and other amusements.
Directors: Billy Gilbert, Gilbert Pratt
Writer: H.M. Walker (titles)

Producer: Hal Roach
Cinematography: Walter Lundin
Stars: Harold Lloyd, ‘Snub’ Pollard, Bebe Daniels

Blue Blazes Rawden 1918

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Rawden, a lumberjack in the North woods, fights with crooked dance hall owner ‘Ladyfingers’ Hilgard over the affections of Babette DuFresne. Hilgard is killed. When Hilgard’s mother and younger brother arrive in the remote logging town, Rawden attempts to ease their suffering by creating the fiction that Hilgard had been a well-loved man who died naturally. But when young Eric Hilgard learns the truth of his brother’s death, he comes gunning for Rawden.
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Director: William S. Hart
Writers: J.G. Hawks (screenplay), J.G. Hawks (story)
Stars: William S. Hart, Maude George, Robert McKim

All Aboard 1917

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In order to get his daughter away from her suitors, father decides to spirit her away to Bermuda. Our hero, however, stows away on the ship. When discovered, he is credited with catching a crook, thus winning a reward . . . and the girl.
Initial release: November 25, 1917
Director: Alfred J. Goulding
Screenplay: H. M. Walker
Producer: Hal Roach
Cinematography: Walter Lundin

Stars: Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels, Gus Leonard


Shore Leave 1925

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“Bilge” Smith (Richard Barthelmess), a tough sailor, meets Connie Martin (Dorothy Mackaill), a seamstress in a small harbor who has never had a boyfriend. Connie is instantly smitten. She invites Smith to dinner, where he dances with her and gives her a kiss. Connie has a hard time letting him go, and makes him promise that he will come back…But what happens next?
Initial release: September 6, 1925
Director: John S. Robertson
Screenplay: Josephine Lovett
Story by: Hubert Osborne
Producer: Richard Barthelmess
Cast: Richard Barthelmess, Arthur Metcalfe, Marie Shotwell