You’d Be Surprised 1926

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A diamond is stolen at a houseboat party given by the district attorney. He gives the thief a chance to return it by putting an empty box on a table and turning out the lights. When the lights are turned back on the box is gone, and the district attorney has a knife in his back and is quite dead. The police and the coroner arrive. There are several attempts made on the life of the coroner. Ruth Whitman is found hiding in a grandfather-clock, holding the gem box. She claims the box was pushed into her hands and she was pushed into the clock. The district attorney’s butler/valet tells the coroner he saw who killed his employer and a few minutes later he is also murdered. The mystery deepens.

—Les Adams <>

Director: Arthur Rosson
Screenplay: Robert Benchley, Jules Furthman
Production companies: Paramount Pictures, Famous Players-Lasky
Producers: Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky, B. P. Schulberg




Stars: Raymond Griffith, Dorothy Sebastian, Edward Martindel, Earle Williams, Tom McGuire


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David Harum 1915

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The story of David Harum, a small-town banker, and how what he does and who he is affects the lives of everyone in his town, whether they–or he–realize it.

Director: Allan Dwan
Screenplay: Allan Dwan
Production company: Famous Players Film Company
Producer: Adolph Zukor

Stars: William H. Crane, Harold Lockwood, May Allison


Miss Bluebeard 1925

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Director Frank Tuttle’s 1925 silent mistaken-identity comedy, adapted from the 1923 play “Little Miss Bluebeard”, stars Bebe Daniels.

Director: Frank Tuttle
Screenplay: Avery Hopwood
Cinematography: J. Roy Hunt
Stars: Bebe Daniels, Robert Frazer, Kenneth MacKenna
Producers: Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky

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Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch 1919

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Mrs. Wiggs, a loving mother whose husband has abandoned her, supports her many children and lives in hope of her husband’s return.

Director: Hugh Ford
Screenplay: Eve Unsell
Story by: Alice Hegan Rice
Cast: Marguerite Clark, Mary Carr
Producers: Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky

Stars: Marguerite Clark, Mary Carr, Vivia Ogden

We’re in the Navy Now 1926

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We’re in the Navy Now is a 1926 silent film comedy directed by A. Edward Sutherland and starring Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton. Beery and Hatton previously appeared as a comedy team in Sutherland’s Behind the Front and are reunited here. Wikipedia

“Stinky” Smith makes off with the prize money when his buddy, “Knockout” Hansen loses a fight with Percival “Sailor” Scruggs. Hansen pursues him him to a U.S. Navy recruiting office, and, the next thing they know, both are in the Navy and aboard an overseas transport ship. Madelyn Phillips is on board and Scruggs is the the ship’s Master-of-Arms. They overhear a mysterious conversation between Madelyn and the ship’s radio officer. Later, Madelun induces the pair to take her off the ship and into a row boat. She disappears and they are picked up by a French ship, which sinks a German U-Boat. When the war ends they learn that Madelyn was an operative of the U.S. Secret Service.

—Les Adams
Initial release: November 6, 1926 (USA)
Director: A. Edward Sutherland
Story by: Monte Brice
Screenplay: George Marion Jr., John McDermott
Producers: Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky

Director: A. Edward Sutherland (as Edward Sutherland)
Writers: Monte Brice (original story), John McDermott (scenario)
Stars: Wallace Beery, Raymond Hatton, Chester Conklin


The Grand Duchess and the Waiter 1926

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Hoping to become better acquainted with the cute waitress he’s recently become infatuated with, a French millionaire masquerades as a waiter at her place of employment. This farcical romance from Malcolm St. Clair has origins in a stageplay and features the appealing romantic team of Adolphe Menjou and Florence Vidor.

Director: Malcolm St. Clair
Story by: Alfred Savoir
Production company: Famous Players-Lasky

Producers: Jesse L. Lasky, Adolph Zukor


Stars: Adolphe Menjou, Florence Vidor, Lawrence Grant