Also Known as Red Heels
Das Spielzeug von Paris is an Austrian silent film released in 1925 and directed by Michael Curtiz. It was the first film to feature French actress Lili Damita in the leading role. Wikipedia
A British playboy in Paris marries a dancer and convinces her to give up her career to move to a small cottage in the country. One night at a party given by her former manager, she is persuaded to perform one of the dances she was renowned for. That leads to a fight with her husband, who runs out of the party in the middle of a raging storm. Her subsequent search for him ends up placing her life in danger.
Director: Michael Curtiz
Producer: Arnold Pressburger
Story by: Margery Lawrence
Cinematography: Gustav Ucicky, Max Nekut
Stars: Lili Damita, Henry Treville, Hugo Thimig
The Movie has English subtitles
An impossible romantic encounter
short Italian comedy
Director: Luca Comerio
Also Known as Happiness (1934)
A hapless loser (with the surname of Loser) undergoes misadventures with avaracious clergy, a tired horse, and a walking granary (among other things) on his road to collectivized happiness.
Director: Aleksandr Medvedkin
Writer: Aleksandr Medvedkin
Stars: Pyotr Zinovyev, Yelena Yegorova, Nikolay Cherkasov
La boîte à cigares (original title)
Out of a spin-around door on a cylinder-shaped box comes a magician, who proceeds to conjure dancing girls out of the box. At one point he also lights 5 cigars from the box, which magically transform into more dancing girls. Tinted remarkably.
Director: Segundo de Chomón
Billie enjoys flirting with the ladies, and so does Henry, although he’s married. Trouble erupts when both men bring dates to the same beer garden, and Billie’s date turns out to be Henry’s wife.
Director: Henry Lehrman
Stars: Billie Ritchie, Henry Bergman, Hank Mann