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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When Bearcat Went Dry 1919

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Bearcat Turner Stacy loves Blossom Fulkerson and promise her to give up drinking.Turner s after is arrested and he find Blossom in the arms of Jerry Henderson.Kindard Powers attack Handerson thinking hes a Officer.He can rescue himself and hid in Blossoms cabin.Later he is attacked again but this time rescued by Turner.He forces him into marry Blossom from hes deathbed and when he die,Turner goes after Powrs and kill him.Blossom leaves the community,but comes back and agrees to marry Turner.


Director: Oliver L. Sellers
Writer: Charles Neville Buck (novel)
Stars: Ed Brady, Lon Chaney, Bernard J. Durning



The Light in the Dark 1922

Also known as the light of Fate

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A young girl is struck and seriously injured by a wealthy society matron’s car. The woman brings the girl back to her house. Later, a hardened thief is told by the girl of a goblet, that could be the Holy Grail, which has healing powers and could help her. The thief, touched by her predicament, sets out to steal the goblet and bring it to her.


Director: Clarence Brown
Writers: Clarence Brown, William Dudley Pelley
Stars: Hope Hampton, E.K. Lincoln, Lon Chaney


London After Midnight 1927

Also known as the The Hypnotist

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When Roger Balfour is found shot dead in his London home, his death is declared a suicide by Inspector Burke of Scotland Yard, even though the executor of Balfour’s estate, Sir James Hamlin, insists his friend never would have taken his own life. Five years later, the abandoned Balfour house comes to life again with the arrival of two sinister-looking tenants: a fiendish-looking man with pointed teeth, bulging eyes and a tall beaver hat, and a pale young woman in a long gown. The presence of the strangers prompts Sir James, who lives next door, to call in Inspector Burke again. Also living in the Hamlin household are the other people who were also present in Balfour’s house the night he died: Sir James’ nephew, Arthur Hibbs; the late Balfour’s now-grown daughter, Lucille; and Williams, the butler. Burke expresses skepticism about Sir James’ suspicions that the new neighbors might have been involved in Balfour’s death, until strange things start happening: Balfour’s body disappears … Written by Eugene Kim <>

Director: Tod Browning
Based on: “The Hypnotist”; by Tod Browning
Screenplay: Tod Browning, Waldemar Young, Joseph W. Farnham

Stars: Lon Chaney, Marceline Day, Henry B. Walthall



The Wicked Darling 1919

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A slum girl is forced to steal for a living. After she swipes a rich society’s matron’s necklace, she hides out at the home of a man who turns out to be the socialite’s former fiance.

Director: Tod Browning
Production company: Universal Pictures
Cinematography: Alfred Gosden
Screenplay: Waldemar Young, Harvey Gates

Stars: Priscilla Dean, Wellington A. Playter, Lon Chaney

Victory 1919


Axel Heyst, an uncommitted wanderer, has settled on an island in the South Seas. He takes pity on a troubled young woman, Lena, and gives her refuge on her island. But the piratical Mr. Jones, who believes Heyst has treasure buried on his island, leads his cohorts in an invasion of Heyst’s haven.
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Director: Maurice Tourneur
Writers: Joseph Conrad (novel), Jules Furthman (as Stephen Fox)
Stars: Jack Holt, Seena Owen, Wallace Beery

Alas and Alack 1915

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A fishwife tells her young daughter a fairy story about a princess imprisoned by a hunchback in a seashell, a story that parallels her own life.
Director: Joseph De Grasse
Writer: Ida May Park
Stars: Cleo Madison, Arthur Shirley, Mary Kearnen, Lon Chaney.