|The Deep Purple|
|Directed by||Raoul Walsh|
|Written by||Earle Browne (adaptation, scenario)|
|Based on||The Deep Purple|
by Wilson Mizner and Paul Armstrong
|Produced by||Raoul Walsh|
|Starring|| Miriam Cooper |
|Cinematography||Jacques Bizeul (fr)|
|Distributed by||Realart Pictures Corporation|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Deep Purple is a 1920 American silent crime drama film directed by Raoul Walsh from a 1910 play co-written by Wilson Mizner and Paul Armstrong. The picture stars Miriam Cooper and Helen Ware and is a remake of the 1915 lost film The Deep Purple . It is not known whether the 1920 film currently survives. 
As described in a film magazine,  country village maiden Doris Moore (Cooper) listens intently to the wooing of Harry Leland (Serrano), a crook who is in the neighborhood with Pop Clark (Ferguson), another professional crook. Believing in his promise of marriage, Doris goes with Harry and Pop when they return to the city. Kate Fallon (Ware), a boarding house keeper, protects Doris from Harry, but she becomes involved in a plot to rob William Lake (Sage), a wealthy westerner. Doris swings around to the right side when she meets William and love springs into being. The crooks are defeated in their designs and William and Doris are then brought into happiness.
Beyond the Rainbow is a 1922 American silent drama film starring Billie Dove, Harry T. Morey and Clara Bow in her film debut. A 16mm print of the film is in the collection of the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Bucking Broadway is a 1917 American silent Western film directed by John Ford, probably his sixth feature film. Long thought to be lost, along with about 60 of Ford's 70 silent films, it was found in 2002 in the archives of the CNC. It was subsequently restored and digitized and is available on the Criterion Blu-Ray of John Ford's Stagecoach.
Thieves' Gold is a 1918 American Western film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. It is considered to be a lost film.
The Fox is a lost 1921 American silent Western film starring Harry Carey. Directed by Robert Thornby, it was produced and distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Company.
Madame X is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Frank Lloyd and starring Pauline Frederick. The film is based on the 1908 play Madame X, by French playwright Alexandre Bisson, and was adapted for the screen by J.E. Nash and Frank Lloyd. A copy of this film survives in the George Eastman House Motion Picture Collection.
Ruth of the Rockies is a 1920 American silent Western film serial directed by George Marshall. Two of the 15 episodes survive in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Which Woman? is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by Tod Browning and Harry A. Pollard. The film stars Ella Hall as a reluctant bride and Priscilla Dean as an adventuress and leader of a gang of thieves. The story was remade in 1923 as Nobody's Bride.
Kindred of the Dust is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Raoul Walsh, and starring his wife Miriam Cooper. It was based upon the novel of the same name by Peter B. Kyne. The film was the last independent picture for Walsh's production company, and the last film he and Cooper would make together. Today it is one of Walsh's earliest surviving features, and is one of only two non-D. W. Griffith features of Cooper's that still is known to survive.
The Mutiny of the Elisnore is a 1920 American silent action film directed by Edward Sloman and starring Mitchell Lewis, Helen Ferguson, and Noah Beery Sr. It is an adaptation of the 1914 Jack London novel The Mutiny of the Elsinore. An incomplete copy of the film survives at the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Torment is a 1924 American silent crime drama film produced and directed by Maurice Tourneur and distributed by Associated First National. This film stars Bessie Love, Owen Moore, and Jean Hersholt. The film is based on a story by William Dudley Pelley with script by Fred Myton and titles by Marion Fairfax. It is a lost film.
Evangeline is a 1919 American silent drama film produced and distributed by the Fox Film Corporation and directed by Raoul Walsh. The star of the film was Walsh's wife, who at the time was Miriam Cooper in the oft filmed story based on the 1847 poem of the same name by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The poem was filmed previously in 1908, 1911, and 1914.
Riders of the Purple Sage is a 1918 American silent Western film directed by Frank Lloyd and starring William Farnum, Mary Mersch, and William Scott. The film is about a former Texas Ranger who goes after a group of Mormons who have abducted his married sister. This Frank Lloyd silent film was the first of five film adaptations of the novel.
The Deep Purple is a lost 1915 film directed by James Young from a play written by Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mizner. The film stars Clara Kimball Young and Milton Sills, and was remade in 1920 again titled The Deep Purple by director Raoul Walsh.
Easy to Get is a lost 1920 American silent comedy film starring Marguerite Clark and Harrison Ford. It was produced by Famous Players-Lasky and released through Paramount Pictures.
What's Your Husband Doing? is a 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Lloyd Ingraham and written by R. Cecil Smith based upon the play of the same name by George V. Hobart. The film stars Douglas MacLean, Doris May, Walter Hiers, William Buckley, Norris Johnson, and Alice Claire Elliott. The film was released on January 25, 1920, by Paramount Pictures.
Mary Ellen Comes to Town is a 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Elmer Clifton and written by Wells Hastings and Helen G. Smith. The film stars Dorothy Gish, Kate Bruce, Ralph Graves, Adolph Lestina, Charles K. Gerrard, and Raymond Cannon. The film was released on March 21, 1920, by Paramount Pictures. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
The Notorious Mrs. Sands is a lost 1920 American silent drama film directed by Christy Cabanne and produced by and starring Bessie Barriscale.
According to Hoyle is a lost 1922 American silent adventure film directed by W.S. Van Dyke and starring David Butler, Helen Ferguson, and Philip Ford.
One Clear Call is a surviving 1922 American silent drama film directed by John M. Stahl and starring Milton Sills, Claire Windsor, and Irene Rich.
After the Ball is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald and starring Gaston Glass, Miriam Cooper, and Edna Murphy.