|Devil on Deck|
|Directed by||Wallace Fox|
|Written by||Bernard McConville|
|Produced by||George W. Weeks|
|Starring|| Molly O'Day |
|Edited by||Fred Bain|
|Distributed by||Sono Art-World Wide Pictures|
|January 1, 1932|
Devil on Deck is a 1932 Pre-code talking film directed by Wallace Fox and starring Reed Howes and Molly O'Day. It was produced and distributed by Sono Art-World Wide Pictures, a B-movie studio that turned out occasionally some successful pictures like The Great Gabbo . 
As this is a lost film, not even the AFI has any story or plot on it. By the promotional material that survives, it's a typical South Seas story found all over the silent film era just a few years before sound arrived. The cast is made up mostly of silent film veterans. 
Sparrows is a 1926 American silent film about a young woman who rescues a baby from kidnappers. The film, which was originally titled Scraps, starred and was produced by Mary Pickford, who was the most powerful woman in Hollywood at the time.
Red Courage is a lost 1921 American silent Western film directed by B. Reeves Eason and featuring Hoot Gibson.
The Sky Ranger is a 1921 American 15-episode/chapter silent film serial. Directed by George B. Seitz who also starred with June Caprice, the film serial was an adventure film with locales as exotic as Tibet. The plot staple of an inventor of aviation technology having to contend with conspirators who wish to steal the invention, often appeared in aviation films. The Sky Ranger is considered to be lost.
The City That Never Sleeps is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by James Cruze.
Brand of the Devil is a 1944 American Western film written by Elmer Clifton and directed by Harry L. Fraser. The film stars Dave O'Brien, James Newill and Guy Wilkerson, with Ellen Hall, I. Stanford Jolley and Charles King. The film was released on July 30, 1944, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Clarence is a 1922 American silent comedy drama, based on the 1919 play by Booth Tarkington, produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed through Paramount Pictures. It was directed by William C. deMille and starred Wallace Reid in his penultimate screen appearance.
To-Day is a 1917 silent film drama directed by Ralph Ince and starring Florence Reed. A story about prostitution, this film is based on a 1913 stage play Today by George Broadhurst and Abraham S. Schomer and starred Emily Stevens which ran for an astounding 280 performances in eight months time. Actors Gus Weinburg and Alice Gale are the only actors in the film that appeared in the play. It is considered to be a lost film.
Dangerous Money is a 1924 American silent drama film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was directed by Frank Tuttle and starred popular Bebe Daniels.
After the Show is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by William C. deMille and written by Vianna Knowlton and Hazel Christie MacDonald based on a story by Rita Weiman. The film stars Jack Holt, Lila Lee, Charles Stanton Ogle, Eve Southern, Shannon Day, and Carlton S. King. The film was released on October 9, 1921, by Paramount Pictures. It is not known whether the film currently survives, and it may be a lost film.
The Top of New York is a lost 1922 American silent drama film directed by William Desmond Taylor and written by George James Hopkins, Julia Crawford Ivers and Sonya Levien. The film stars May McAvoy, Walter McGrail, Pat Moore, Edward Cecil, Charles Bennett, and Mary Jane Irving. The film was released on June 18, 1922, by Paramount Pictures, four months after director Taylor's murder, and was the last one he completed.
Shanghai Bound is a lost 1927 American silent adventure film directed by Luther Reed and written by John F. Goodrich, Ray Harris, Julian Johnson, and E.S. O'Reilly. The film stars Richard Dix, Mary Brian, Charles Byer, George Irving, Jocelyn Lee, Tom Maguire, and Frank Chew. The film was released on October 15, 1927, by Paramount Pictures.
The Sawdust Paradise is a lost 1928 American silent drama film directed by Luther Reed and written by Julian Johnson, Louise Long, and George Manker Watters. The film stars Esther Ralston, Reed Howes, Hobart Bosworth, Tom Maguire, George B. French, Alan Roscoe and Mary Alden. The film was released on September 1, 1928, by Paramount Pictures.
The Terror is a 1926 American silent Western film directed by Clifford Smith and starring Art Acord. It was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures.
The Miracle of Manhattan is a lost 1921 American silent melodrama film directed by George Archainbaud and starring Elaine Hammerstein and Matt Moore. It was produced by Lewis J. Selznick(of Selznick Pictures) and released through Select Pictures.
Duds is a 1920 American silent mystery film directed by Thomas R. Mills, and starring Tom Moore, Naomi Childers, Christine Mayo, Edwin Stevens, Lionel Belmore, and Edwin Wallock. It is based on the Saturday Evening Post story of the same name by Henry C. Rowland, which became a novel shortly before the film was released. The film was released by Goldwyn Pictures on February 22, 1920.
The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come is a lost 1928 silent film drama directed by Alfred Santell and starring Richard Barthelmess. It was produced and distributed by First National Pictures. The film is a remake of a 1920 Goldwyn Pictures film with the same title starring Jack Pickford, also lost.
Wheel of Chance is a lost 1928 silent film feature directed by Alfred Santell and starring Richard Barthelmess. It was produced and distributed by First National Pictures.
The Devil's Saddle is a 1927 American silent Western film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Marion Jackson. The film stars Ken Maynard, Kathleen Collins, Francis Ford, Will Walling, Earl Metcalfe and Paul Hurst. It is based on the story "The Devil's Saddle" by Kenneth Perkins published in Argosy, October 30-December 4, 1926. The film was released on July 10, 1927, by First National Pictures.
Officer 666 is a lost 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont and starring Tom Moore. It is based on a 1912 Broadway play that originally starred Wallace Eddinger. Versions of the story were filmed in 1914 and 1916. This version was produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures.
Stop Thief! is an extant 1920 silent romantic comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont and starring Tom Moore and Irene Rich. It was produced and distributed by the Goldwyn Pictures company.