Mauprat 1926


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Mauprat is a 1926 French silent drama film directed by based on the eponymous novel by George Sand. Luis Buñuel who had enrolled in Jean Epstein’s acting school was the production assistant and had a small acting role. Wikipedia

Set before the French Revolution, the film tells the story of Bernard De Mauprat, a noble orphan, raised by despicable aristocrats, who is saved from the gallows by his cousin Edmée and his father, the knight Hubert De Mauprat. The return of Bernard causes tensions within Mauprat’s family since him tries to win the heart of his cousin Edmée (Knight of La Marche’s fiancée) after obtaining her pledge of loyalty under a certain threat of rape.
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Director: Jean Epstein
Screenplay: Jean Epstein
Producer: Jean Epstein
Cast: Sandra Milovanoff, Maurice Schutz, Luis Buñuel, René Ferté,


Hoboken to Hollywood 1926


Billy Judkins is a naturally gloomy Gus. His life changes when he is transferred from working in his company’s Hoboken office to their Hollywood office. He is going to drive there with his wife and mother. Along the way, they encounter Mr. Pinkney and his new bride, who too are heading west. Their misadventures together and meeting up with a band of marauding Indians may prevent any of them from reaching their intended destination. If Billy and Mr. Pinkney ever make it to Hollywood, they’re both in a for a big surprise.
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Director: Del Lord
Writers: George Green, Clarence Hennecke | 2 more credits »
Stars: Billy Bevan, Leonora Summers, Vernon Dent

Flirty Four-Flushers 1926

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With her winnings from an essay contest, a waitress gets dolled up and goes to a swanky resort to snag a millionaire husband.

Director: Edward F. Cline
Producer: Mack Sennett
Editor: William Hornbeck
Screenplay: Mack Sennett, Jimmy Starr, Carl Harbaugh, Phil Whitman, Al Giebler
Cinematography: Vernon L. Walker, St. Elmo Boyce

Stars: Madeline Hurlock, Billy Bevan, Vernon Dent



The Student of Prague 1926


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Der Student von Prag (original title)


Prague in the 1860s: Balduin is a popular, handsome student, the best fencer in town, in amicable rivalry with his friend Dahl for the affections of Lydia, the innkeeper’s niece. While the students are celebrating Lydia’s birthday, the opera singer Julia Stella arrives at the inn – and Balduin’s life begins to unravel. He is immediately infatuated with the glamorous singer – but she is already kept by an admirer, the wealthy and foppish Baron Waldis. How can a poor student hope to compete? The mysterious Dr Carpis, who also has ties to Julia and is jealous of the Baron, intervenes. But the price will be higher than Balduin can ever imagine. He risks his sanity and his life – perhaps his very soul – haunted by his own reflection.
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Director: Arthur Robison
Writers: Hanns Heinz Ewers, Henrik Galeen (book)
Stars: Anton Walbrook, Theodor Loos, Dorothea Wieck

Saturday Afternoon 1926

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In this silent short film, a married man attempts to give his wife the slip to spend the afternoon with his bachelor friend.

Director: Harry Edwards
Music composed by Maurice Saylor
Screenplay: Frank Capra, Arthur Ripley, Al Giebler
Story by: Frank Capra, Arthur Ripley

Produced by Mack Sennett

Stars: Harry Langdon, Alice Ward, Vernon Dent

The Grand Duchess and the Waiter 1926

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7.9/10 · IMDb

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

Fadeaway 1926


A live-action Max Fleischer draws Ko-Ko and Fitz the dog out of the Inkwell. Then, after adding Fade-Out Powder to the ink, he lures the two into a magical Fade-Away Land – where no end of mischief ensues!

Director: Dave Fleischer

Produced by Max Fleischer

Production Co: Out of the Inkwell Films