The Man from Home 1922

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The Man From Home is a 1922 British drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice. The story had been filmed before in 1914 by Cecil B. DeMille as The Man From Home. Alfred Hitchcock was credited as a title designer on the 1922 production. Wikipedia

A fairly conventional romance of an American heiress, loved by boy back home, bedazzled by a glamorous prince in beautiful Italian surrounding

Director: George Fitzmaurice
Cinematography: Roy Overbaugh
Distributed by: Famous Players-Lasky
Screenplay: Booth Tarkington, Harry Leon Wilson, Ouida Bergère

Stars: James Kirkwood, Anna Q. Nilsson, Geoffrey Kerr



Reckless Youth 1922

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Alice Schuyler, a feckless, not too sympathetic flapper, rushes into marriage to escape from her family. But she is still way too immature and careless and routinely takes off from her husband to go dancing with friends or out to drinks.
Director: Ralph Ince
Writers: Cosmo Hamilton (story), Edward J. Montagne
Stars: Elaine Hammerstein, Niles Welch, Myrtle Stedman

A Rag Doll Romance 1922

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A short film with all kinds of comic complications between poor Mr. Ras, his nephew Jimmy, a monkey, a girl with a doll carriage, and a large dog. A farce in two parts. Mr. Ras and his nephew Jimmy are sleeping in a train car. The monkey, who is travelling with them, wakes them up. Mr. Ras takes a shower, while Jimmy goes out looking for food. But Jimmy has written a note saying that he has gone out looking for work. He leaves with the monkey. A girl is out for a walk with her doll carriage and a large dog, but she loses her grip on the doll carriage goes and it rolls down a hill. Jimmy manages to stop it. She takes Jimmy along with her, because he can probably work for the girl’s grandmother. The grandmother agrees, and Jimmy is given some new clothes to try on. Soon the monkey and the dog begin quarrelling over the doll, which leads to the doll getting broken. Jimmy orders the animals to calm down, and then helps the grandma with the laundry. The animals also help out. Then a man sneaks into the grandma’s room, but the dog sees this

Director: William Campbell (as William S. Campbell)
Stars: Jack Cooper, Pal the Dog, Lawrence Licalzi

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Riders of the Law 1922

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Jack Meadows and sidekick Toby are looking for whiskey smugglers along the Canadian border. They find a badly wounded Seriff who earlier caught one of them and a nearby hoofprint of a horse with a broken shoe. Setting up a blacksmith shop, they soon find the owner of that horse and replace the shoe with another that will let them trace him.

—Maurice VanAuken <>

Director: Robert N. Bradbury (as Robert North Bradbury)
Stars: Jack Hoxie, Marin Sais, Frank Rice |

The Four Musicians of Bremen 1922

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Four animal musicians consisting of a Horse, Cat, Dog, & Rooster set out on their own quest to try to find some fame by playing their own music. Unfortunitly every where they go, trouble always occurs whether they are being chased by town folk, a sword fish, or being attacked by an army.

—J LeGault

Director: Walt Disney
Production company: Laugh-O-Gram Studio

Writers: Jacob Grimm (story), Wilhelm Grimm (story)
Producer: Walt Disney

Monte Cristo 1922

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A film adaptation of the classic Alexandre Dumas novel. Edmond Dantes is falsely accused by those jealous of his good fortune, and is sentenced to spend the rest of his life in the notorious island prison, Chateau d’If. While imprisoned, he meets the Abbe Faria, a fellow prisoner whom everyone believes to be mad. The Abbe tells Edmond of a fantastic treasure hidden away on a tiny island, that only he knows the location of…

Director: Emmett J. Flynn
Screenplay: Bernard McConville
Producer: William Fox
Production companies: Fox Film, 20th Century Fox

Stars: John Gilbert, Estelle Taylor, Robert McKim


Jack the Giant Killer 1922

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Walt Disney’s 7th and last retelling of an old British fairytale from the Laugh-O-Gram Studio. Jack is trying to impress Susie with his ambition to visit the Land of the Giants. She watches as he demonstrates the strength with which he will conquer the giant.

Director: Walt Disney
Screenplay: Walt Disney
Production company: Laugh-O-Gram Studio