|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
|Written by|| June Mathis |
|Starring|| Mabel Taliaferro |
|Cinematography||William E. Fildew|
|Edited by||Mildred Richter|
|Distributed by||Metro Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Draft 258 is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Mabel Taliaferro, Walter Miller, and Earl Brunswick, and was released on November 15, 1917. 
With no prints of Draft 258 located in any film archives,  it is a lost film.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm is a 1917 American silent comedy-drama film directed by Marshall Neilan based upon the 1903 novel of the same name by Kate Douglas Wiggin. This version is notable for having been adapted by famed female screenwriter Frances Marion. The film was made by the "Mary Pickford Company" and was an acclaimed box office hit. When the play premiered on Broadway in the 1910 theater season the part of Rebecca was played by Edith Taliaferro.
Edith Taliaferro was an American stage and film actress of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. She was active on the stage until 1935 and had roles in three silent films. She is best known for portraying the role of Rebecca in the 1910 stage production of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.
Mabel Taliaferro was an American stage and silent-screen actress, known as "the Sweetheart of American Movies."
A Magdalene of the Hills is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by John W. Noble and starring William Garwood as Eric Southward, Mabel Taliaferro, and Frank Montgomery.
Walter Miller was an American actor of the silent era and the early sound era. He appeared in nearly 250 films between 1911 and 1940. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, and died in Hollywood, California, from a heart attack, aged 48. He is buried at Calvary Cemetery in Evanston, Illinois.
Lost and Won is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by James Young. It is preserved at the Library of Congress.
Peggy, the Will O' the Wisp is a lost 1917 American drama film directed by Tod Browning.
The Jury of Fate is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Tod Browning. Mabel Taliaferro plays a brother and sister dual role in the film, which is set in Canada. With no prints of The Jury of Fate located in any film archives, it is a lost film.
Outcast is a 1928 silent film drama produced and distributed by First National Pictures. It was directed by William A. Seiter and stars Corinne Griffith, often considered one of the most beautiful women in film. This story had been filmed in 1917 as The World and the Woman with Jeanne Eagels. In 1922 a Paramount film of the same name with Elsie Ferguson reprising her stage role was released. Both films were based on a 1914 play, Outcast, by Hubert Henry Davies which starred Ferguson. The Seiter/Griffith film was an all silent with Vitaphone music and sound effects. In the sound era the story was filmed once again as The Girl from 10th Avenue starring Bette Davis. According to the Library of Congress database shows a print surviving complete at Cineteca Italiana in Milan.
The Snowbird is an existing 1916 silent film drama directed by Edwin Carewe and starring Mabel Taliaferro. B. A. Rolfe produced while Metro Pictures distributed.
The Three of Us is a lost 1914 silent film drama directed by John W. Noble, produced by B. A. Rolfe, and starring Mabel Taliaferro and Creighton Hale. It was based on a 1906 play The Three of Us by Rachel Crothers.
Miss Robinson Crusoe is a 1917 silent American comedy-drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Emmy Wehlen, Walter C. Miller, and Harold Entwistle, and was released on July 30, 1917.
The Dishonored Medal is a 1914 silent American adventure film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Miriam Cooper, George Gebhard, and Raoul Walsh, and was released on May 3, 1914.
The Pest is a lost 1919 silent American comedy-drama film directed by Christy Cabanne, starring Mabel Normand, John Bowers, and Charles K. Gerrard, and released on April 20, 1919.
Till We Meet Again is a 1922 American silent melodrama film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Julia Swayne Gordon, Mae Marsh, and J. Barney Sherry. It was released on October 15, 1922.
William Ewart Fildew, billed as either William Fildew or William E. Fildew, was an American cinematographer during the silent film era. He shot 54 films between 1915 and 1927. His first film was 1915's The Lost House, directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Lillian Gish. That same year he also shot Martyrs of the Alamo, directed by Cabanne, which was the first film in which Douglas Fairbanks appeared. Fairbanks' first starring role, also in 1915, was The Lamb, which Fildew also shot. His final film was The Wreck, directed by William James Craft and starring Shirley Mason and Malcolm McGregor.
The Flyin' Buckaroo is a 1928 American silent Western film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Hal Taliaferro, Jack D'Oise and J.P. Lockney.
Polly of the Circus was a 1907 Broadway play by Margaret Mayo which starred Mabel Taliaferro and was produced by Taliaferro's husband, Frederic Thompson. A circus girl/minister love story known for its drama and its spectacle staging, the cast also included Edith Taliaferro, Herbert Ayling, Joseph Brennan, Mattie Ferguson, John Findlay, Guy Nichols, Ida St. Leon and Malcolm Williams.
A Wife by Proxy is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by John H. Collins and starring Mabel Taliaferro, Robert Walker and Sally Crute.
The Barricade is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Edwin Carewe and starring Mabel Taliaferro, Frank Currier and Clifford Bruce.