|The Only Son|
|Directed by|| Oscar Apfel |
Cecil B. DeMille
William C. deMille
Thomas N. Heffron
|Based on||The Only Son|
by Winchell Smith
|Distributed by||Famous Players-Lasky|
|Language||Silent with English intertitles|
The Only Son is a lost  1914 American silent drama film directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil B. DeMille. The film is based on the play of the same name by Winchell Smith and stars James Blackwell. 
The Racket is a 1928 American silent crime drama film directed by Lewis Milestone and starring Thomas Meighan, Marie Prevost, Louis Wolheim, and George E. Stone. The film was produced by Howard Hughes, written by Bartlett Cormack and Tom Miranda, and was distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was adapted from Cormack's 1927 Broadway play The Racket.
The year 1920 in film involved some significant events.
Bulldog Drummond (1922) was the first film adaptation of the Bulldog Drummond fictional character, starring Carlyle Blackwell Sr. and Evelyn Greeley, and directed by Oscar Apfel. The story was adapted by B. E. Doxat-Pratt and produced by Maurits Binger.
"Return to Sender" is a song recorded by American singer Elvis Presley and performed in the film Girls! Girls! Girls!. The song was written by Winfield Scott and Otis Blackwell to suit Presley's rock and roll musical style. The singer laments his relationship with a spiteful partner. Released on October 2, 1962, and published by Elvis Presley Music, the song became a commercial hit and received praise for its lyricism and melody.
The Border Patrol is a 1928 American silent Western film directed by James P. Hogan, released through Pathe Exchange and starring Harry Carey. The film is preserved at Filmmuseum Amsterdam.
The Big City is a 1928 American silent crime film directed by Tod Browning and starring Lon Chaney. Waldemar Young wrote the screenplay, based on a story by Tod Browning. The film is now lost.
The philosophy of film is a branch of aesthetics within the discipline of philosophy that seeks to understand the most basic questions about film. Philosophy of film has significant overlap with film theory, a branch of film studies.
Peter Johnson Gulick was a missionary to the Kingdom of Hawaii and Japan. His descendants carried on the tradition of missionary work, and included several scientists.
The Brainerd Mission was a Christian mission to the Cherokee in present-day Chattanooga, Tennessee. The associated Brainerd Mission Cemetery is the only part that remains, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Blind Hearts is a 1921 American silent drama film produced by Hobart Bosworth who stars along with Madge Bellamy and Raymond McKee. This film was made prior to Bosworth's next film The Sea Lion, a film now in Public Domain and out on DVD. Blind Hearts survives in a copy in the Library of Congress.
Hollywood Cavalcade is a 1939 American film featuring Alice Faye as a young performer making her way in the early days of Hollywood, from slapstick silent pictures through the transition from silent to sound.
An Even Break is a 1917 American silent comedy-drama film written and directed by Lambert Hillyer, and starring Olive Thomas and Charles Gunn. A print of the film is preserved at the Library of Congress. Prints and/or fragments were found in the Dawson Film Find in 1978.
The Man Who Woke Up is a lost 1918 American silent film directed by James McLaughlin and featuring William V. Mong.
What Would You Do? is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Edmund Lawrence and Denison Clift. It starring Madlaine Traverse, George A. McDaniel, Frank Elliott, Charles K. French, Lenore Lynard, and Bud Geary. The film was released by Fox Film Corporation in January 1920.
Children of Eve is a 1915 silent film directed by John H. Collins and starring Viola Dana. It was produced by the Edison Manufacturing Company, distributed by an arrangement between Edison and George Kleine.
The Thunderbolt is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Colin Campbell and starring Katherine MacDonald, Spottiswoode Aitken and Thomas Meighan.
Can a Woman Love Twice? is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by James W. Horne and starring Ethel Clayton, Muriel Frances Dana and Kate Lester.
Three Green Eyes is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Dell Henderson and starring Carlyle Blackwell, Evelyn Greeley and Montagu Love.
Love in a Hurry is a 1919 American silent spy drama film directed by Dell Henderson and starring Carlyle Blackwell, Evelyn Greeley and George MacQuarrie. It is set in England during World War I.
Hitting the Trail is a 1918 American silent crime drama film directed by Dell Henderson and starring Carlyle Blackwell, Evelyn Greeley and George MacQuarrie.