The Greatest Question 1919

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The Greatest Question is a 1919 American drama film directed by D. W. Griffith. Based upon a novel by William Hale, the film has a plot involving spiritualism. Wikipedia
Initial release: December 28, 1919
Directors: D. W. Griffith, Stanner E.V. Taylor
Production company: First National Pictures
Producer: D. W. Griffith
Written by: Stanner E.V. Taylor

Stars: Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Ralph Graves

 

Sunrise 1927

A valentine days choice

Also Known as A Song of Two Humans

Imdb 8.3

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Bored with his wife (Janet Gaynor), their baby and the dull routine of farm life, a farmer (George O’Brien) falls under the spell of a flirtatious city girl (Margaret Livingston) who convinces him to drown his wife so they can escape together. When his wife becomes suspicious of his plan and runs away to the city, the farmer pursues her, slowly regaining her trust as the two rediscover their love for each other in this award-winning silent classic.

 

The Sheik 1921

A valentines day special

Imdb 7.2

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Paris-educated Sheik Ahmed Ben Hassan (Rudolph Valentino) provides brides for wealthy Arabs. The high-spirited Lady Diana Mayo (Agnes Ayres), learning that the sheik will be in the city of Biskra, Algeria, playfully decides to disguise herself as a dancing girl to become one of the prospective brides, yet is unable to go through with the deception — much to Ahmed’s amusement. Hearing that Diana will be touring the Sahara Desert, Ahmed abducts her, intending to make her fall in love with him.

Director: George Melford
Writers: Edith Maude Hull (from the novel by) (as Edith M. Hull), Monte M. Katterjohn (adaptation)
Stars: Rudolph Valentino, Agnes Ayres, Ruth Miller

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City Lights 1931

 

Reissued for Valentines day

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A hapless but resilient tramp (Charlie Chaplin) falls in love with a blind flower girl (Virginia Cherrill) on the tough city streets. Upon learning that she and her grandmother are to be evicted from their home, the tramp undertakes a series of attempts to provide them with the money they need, all of which end in humiliating failure. But after a drunken millionaire (Harry Myers) lavishly rewards him for saving his life, the tramp can change the flower girl’s life forever.

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The Ace of Hearts 1921

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Forrest (John Bowers) and Farralone (Lon Chaney), members of a sinister anarchist society, are competing for the affections of Lilith (Leatrice Joy), another member of the secret sect. When the society decides to kill a wealthy businessman, Forrest receives the ace of hearts, deeming him the man who must carry out the assassination. Lilith now sees Forrest in a new light and the two quickly marry, yet their love makes them question Forrest’s decision to take on the murderous mission.
Initial release: October 21, 1921
Directors: Wallace Worsley, Herbert Brenon

Little Lord Fauntleroy 1921

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Cedric Errol (Mary Pickford) is a curly-haired young boy living in New York City with his widowed mother when he gets the news that his English grandfather, the Earl of Dorincourt (Claude Gillingwater), has made him the heir of his estate after his last surviving son died in a riding mishap. Henceforth, Cedric will be known as Lord Fauntleroy. The boy travels to England with his mother to claim his title and meet his relatives, but a fortune hunter comes on the scene and has other ideas.

Director: Alfred E. Green

Stars: Mary Pickford, Claude Gillingwater, Joseph J. Dowling

What Happened to Rosa 1920

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A shop girl is told that the spirit of a Spanish princess is inside her and when she starts acting liks a Spanish temptress she attracts the attention of wealthy and handsome Doctor Drew.
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Directed by Victor Schertzinger

Stars: Mabel Normand, Doris Pawn, Tully Marshall