This is the last eight chapters of a 15-Chapter chapterpay featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs’ jungle hero in a serialized film adaptation of TARZAN AND THE JEWELS OF OPAR. It stars Frank Merrill as Tarzan and Natalie Kingston as Lady Jane. Produced and directed by Henry McRae, it was a silent serial with synchronized soundtrack score and effects, including Tarzan’s yell
Director: Henry MacRae (as Henry McRae)
Writers: Edgar Rice Burroughs (novel), Ford Beebe (titles) (as Ford I. Beebe) |
Stars: Frank Merrill, Natalie Kingston, Al Ferguson
Waterloo is a 1929 German silent war film directed by Karl Grune and starring Charles Willy Kayser, Charles Vanel and Otto Gebühr. It depicts the Allied forces victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.
It was made at the Munich studios of Bavaria Film. The film’s sets were designed by the art director Ludwig Reiber
Director: Karl Grune
Writers: Max Ferner, Bobby E. Lüthge (as B.E. Lüthge)
Production Co: Bavaria Film, Münchner Lichtspielkunst AG (Emelka)
Stars: Charles Willy Kayser, Charles Vanel, Otto Gebühr
The Informer is a 1929 British drama film directed by Arthur Robison and starring Lya De Putti, Lars Hanson, Warwick Ward and Carl Harbord. The picture was based on the novel The Informer by Liam O’Flaherty. In the film, a man betrays his best friend, a member of a terrorist organisation, to the authorities and is then pursued by the other members of the organisation. The later, better known, remake The Informer (1935) was directed by John Ford.
The film was made at Elstree Studios by British International Pictures as the sound revolution was taking place. The film was made with a soundtrack, sound effects and talking scenes. A fully silent version was also released. Robison was one of a number of Germans engaged to work in the British Film Industry following the Film Act of 1927.
Director: Arthur Robison
Writers: Benn W. Levy (dialogue), Liam O’Flaherty (novel)
Stars: Lya De Putti, Lars Hanson, Warwick Ward
Part talkie part silent
The film begins with a family at home having a meal. The biggest laugh involved some candles being substituted for asparagus and the hilarity that resulted when the people and dog at them. Later, the decide to go to the rodeo but 1001 problems occur on the way there in the car.
Director: Alfred J. Goulding (as Alf Goulding)
Produced by Mack Sennett
Writers: Carl Harbaugh (scenario), Jefferson Moffitt (scenario)
Stars: Raymond McKee, Ruth Hiatt, Mary Ann Jackson
German film with English subtitles
Fräulein Else (English: Miss Else) is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Paul Czinner and starring Elisabeth Bergner, Albert Bassermann and Albert Steinrück. It was based on the 1924 novella of the same name by Arthur Schnitzler. Bergner had previously played her role on stage to great acclaim.
A young woman reluctantly decides to compromise her values in order to save her family from bankruptcy and disgrace.
Director: Paul Czinner
Producer: Paul Czinner
Screenplay: Paul Czinner, Carl Mayer
Cinematography: Karl Freund, Robert Baberske, Adolf Schlasy
Stars: Elisabeth Bergner, Albert Bassermann, Albert Steinrück
The Wrecker is a 1929 British-German silent crime film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Carlyle Blackwell, Joseph Striker and Benita Hume. The film was based on the play of the same title by Arnold Ridley. Wikipedia
Initial release: 17 July 1929
Director: Géza von Bolváry
Screenplay: Arnold Ridley, Benno Vigny
Producers: Michael Balcon, Arnold Pressburger, Josef Somlo, Hermann Fellner
Production companies: Gainsborough Pictures, Felsom Film
Stars: Carlyle Blackwell, Benita Hume, Joseph Striker
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Charles Wellington Furlong (1874–1967) was an American explorer, writer, artist and photographer from Massachusetts.
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