|Directed by||Rex Ingram|
|Distributed by||W. W. Hodkinson Corporation|
|March 15, 1918|
Humdrum Brown is a 1918 American silent comedy drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Henry B. Walthall, Mary Charleson and Dorothy Clark.
Rex Ingram was an Irish film director, producer, writer, and actor. Director Erich von Stroheim once called him "the world's greatest director".
Judith of Bethulia (1914) is an American film starring Blanche Sweet and Henry B. Walthall, and produced and directed by D. W. Griffith, based on the play "Judith and the Holofernes" (1896) by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, which itself was an adaptation of the Book of Judith. The film was the first feature-length film made by pioneering film company Biograph, although the second that Biograph released.
Henry Brazeale Walthall was an American stage and film actor. He appeared as the Little Colonel in D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation (1915).
Home, Sweet Home (1914) is an American silent biographical drama directed by D. W. Griffith. It stars Earle Foxe, Henry Walthall and Dorothy Gish.
Ramona is a 1910 American short drama film directed by D. W. Griffith, based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona. Through a love story, the early silent short explores racial injustice to Native Americans and stars Mary Pickford and Henry B. Walthall. A copy of the print survives in the Library of Congress film archive. The film was remade in 1928 with Dolores del Río and 1936 with Loretta Young.
The Informer is a 1912 American dramatic short film directed by D. W. Griffith and featuring Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Harry Carey, Lionel Barrymore, Dorothy Gish and Lillian Gish. It was filmed in the Pike County town of Milford, Pennsylvania. Prints of the film survive at the film archive of the Library of Congress.
My Hero is a 1912 American short silent Western film directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Dorothy Gish.
The Lady and the Mouse is a 1913 American short drama film directed by D. W. Griffith. A print of the film survives. Lillian and Dorothy Gish play sisters in the film. The only other two films where the Gishes play sisters are An Unseen Enemy (1912) and Orphans of the Storm (1922).
The Two Brothers is a 1910 American short silent Western film directed by D. W. Griffith.
Photoplay Productions is an independent film company, based in the UK, under the direction of Kevin Brownlow and Patrick Stanbury. Is one of the few independent companies to operate in the revival of interest in the lost world of silent cinema and has been recognised as a driving force in the subject.
The Perfidy of Mary is a 1913 silent film directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Dorothy Gish and Mae Marsh as cousins Rose and Mary, with Walter Miller as Rose's suitor, Harry Hyde as Mary's suitor, and Lionel Barrymore as Mary's father. The picture has comedic overtones and also features Henry B. Walthall as a poet.
Lord and Lady Algy is a lost 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont and starring Tom Moore, Naomi Childers, and Frank Leigh. It is based on a play of the same name by R.C. Carton.
Mary Charleson was an Irish silent film actress who starred in about 80 films in the U.S. between 1912 and 1920.
The Little Tease is a 1913 silent black and white film directed by D. W. Griffith, produced by Biograph Company and starring Henry B. Walthall and Mae Marsh.
The Reward of the Faithless is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Claire Du Brey, Betty Schade and Wedgwood Nowell.
The Pulse of Life is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Wedgwood Nowell, Gypsy Hart and Dorothy Barrett.
His Robe of Honor is a 1918 American silent crime drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Henry B. Walthall, Mary Charleson and Lois Wilson.
The Truant Soul is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by Harry Beaumont and starring Henry B. Walthall, Mary Charleson and Patrick Calhoun.
Burning the Candle is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Harry Beaumont and starring Henry B. Walthall, Mary Charleson and Frances Raymond.
With Hoops of Steel is a 1918 American silent Western film directed by Eliot Howe and starring Henry B. Walthall, William De Vaull and Mary Charleson.