Tell It to the Marines 1926

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IMDb 7.9

Sgt. O’Hara (Lon Chaney) is an upstanding officer in the United States Marines. A seasoned leader, O’Hara’s patience is tested by the new recruits in his ranks, most notably the trouble-making Pvt. George “Skeet” Burns (William Haines). As O’Hara struggles to keep Burns in line while stationed in the Philippines, the two vie for the affections of beautiful nurse Norma Dale (Eleanor Boardman). Adding to the drama is a conflict with thugs commanded by a Chinese warlord.

 

Director: George W. Hill (as George Hill)
Writers: Richard Schayer (screen play), Joseph Farnham (titles) (as Joe Farnham)
Stars: Lon Chaney, William Haines, Eleanor Boardman

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Wine of Youth 1924

7.9/10 · IMDb

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Wine of Youth is a 1924 American silent comedy-drama film directed by King Vidor, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, shortly after the merger which created MGM in April 1924. Wikipedia

Summary

Unlike earlier generations of Marys who used every trickery to secure husbands, Mary the Third questions the validity of marriage in her search for adventure. Unable to decide between quiet, polite Lynn and aggressive Hal, she follows her suitors, along with sweethearts Max and Tish, on an outing, but an attempted seduction sends her home, where she becomes disillusioned by the quarreling of her parents. When they are reconciled, however, she regains her ideals and accepts Lynn.

Director: King Vidor
Production company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Screenplay: Rachel Crothers, Carey Wilson
Producers: King Vidor, Louis B. Mayer

Stars: Eleanor Boardman, James Morrison, Johnnie Walker

 

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The Circle 1925

 

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Elizabeth Cheney has a wealthy husband, social prominence and everything she could want in life . . . except Ted Lutton, the man she loves. Now, she must decide whether to give up everything and everyone to follow her heart in The Circle. At a time when divorce means a lifetime of banishment from family, friends and society–foregoing a life of ease for a life of hardship–Lady Elizabeth (Eleanor Boardman) wants to leave her husband, Arnold (Creighton Hale), for their friend Ted Lutton (Malcolm McGregor). To help convince herself to stay with her husband, she invites Arnold’s mother, Lady Catherine (Eugenie Besserer), who left Arnold’s father for Lord Porteous (George Fawcett). Everything that Elizabeth sees confirms her belief that she should forgo love and stay with her husband . . . until she witnesses the true love still shared by this couple living in social exile.

Director: Frank Borzage
Writers: Kenneth B. Clarke, W. Somerset Maugham (play)

Production Co: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Stars: Eleanor Boardman, Malcolm McGregor, Alec B. Francis,  Joan Crawford