|Directed by||George Archainbaud|
|Written by||Doty Hobart|
|Produced by||William Fox|
|Starring|| Frank Mayo |
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
|Languages|| Silent |
The Plunderer is a 1924 American silent Western film directed by George Archainbaud and starring Frank Mayo and Evelyn Brent. An earlier version filmed in 1920 starred William Farnum.The film is considered to be lost.
As described in a film magazine review,Richard Townsend goes West to develop his heritage, the unproductive Croix D'or gold mine. He and Bill Matthews, his trusty foreman, discover that the mine is bleing plundered of its gold by Bill Presbey, the owner of the adjacent claim and father of Joan. Richard loves Joan, and Matthews is in love with The Lily, the fair proprietor of the mining town honky-tonk. After several exciting episodes that include fights, a strike, the dynamiting of a dam, a fire, and a mine cave-in, love and virtue triumph. Presbey succumbs to his daughter's plea plus Matthews' fists and returns the stolen gold. The Lily reforms and everything points to happiness ever after for her and Bill as well as for Richard and Joan.
Pay Me! is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Joe De Grasse and starring Lon Chaney, Dorothy Phillips and William Stowell. In the United States, the film is also known as The Vengeance of the West. The screenplay was written by Bess Meredith, based on a story by Joe De Grasse. This film was Universal Pictures' first "Jewel Production" release. Once considered to be a lost film, an incomplete (23-minute) print was rediscovered in the Gosfilmofond archive in Russia in 2019. A still exists showing Lon Chaney in the role of the villainous Joe Lawson.
Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman is a 1917 American silent film starring John Barrymore and Evelyn Brent. The movie also co-stars Frank Morgan and Mike Donlin, and was directed by George Irving. The film has been released on DVD.
The Heritage of the Desert is a 1924 American silent Western film directed by Irvin Willat and based on the novel of the same name by Zane Grey. It stars Bebe Daniels, Ernest Torrence, and Noah Beery. The film was released by Paramount Pictures with sequences filmed in an early Technicolor process.
The Fighting Coward is a 1924 American silent comedy film produced by Famous Players-Lasky, released by Paramount Pictures, and directed by James Cruze. The film stars Ernest Torrence, Mary Astor, Noah Beery, Sr., Phyllis Haver, and Cullen Landis. The film is based on the play Magnolia by Booth Tarkington, from 1904.
To the Death is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Burton L. King and released by Metro Pictures. The film is considered to be lost.
Daybreak is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by Albert Capellani. The film is considered to be lost.
Loving Lies is a 1924 silent American silent drama film directed by W. S. Van Dyke and starring Evelyn Brent and Monte Blue.
The Shadow of the Desert is a 1924 American silent horror film directed by George Archainbaud. The film is based upon the novel The Shadow of the East by Edith Maude Hull, who also wrote the best-selling desert romance The Sheik.
Arizona Express is a 1924 American silent crime drama film directed by Tom Buckingham and starring Pauline Starke and Evelyn Brent.
My Husband's Wives is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by Maurice Elvey, adapted by Dorothy Yost from a scenario by Barbara La Marr, and starring Shirley Mason, Bryant Washburn, and Evelyn Brent. With no prints of My Husband's Wives located in any no film archives, it is a lost film.
Baby Mine is a 1917 American silent comedy film directed by both John S. Robertson and Hugo Ballin and starring Madge Kennedy. The picture marked Kennedy's screen debut and was one of the first films produced by Samuel Goldwyn as an independent after founding his own studio.
Gentle Julia is a 1923 American silent romantic drama film based on the popular novel Gentle Julia by Booth Tarkington. Directed by Rowland V. Lee, the film starred Bessie Love. It was produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation, and is considered a lost film.
Lilies of the Field is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by John Francis Dillon, produced by and starring actress Corinne Griffith, and distributed by Associated First National Pictures. It is based on a 1921 play, Lilies of the Field, by William J. Hurlbut. The film was remade by Griffith again as an early sound film in 1930.
Boy of Mine is a 1923 American silent family drama film directed by William Beaudine that was based upon a short story by Booth Tarkington. It stars Ben Alexander, Rockliffe Fellowes, and Henry B. Walthall. Wendy L. Marshall stated that "Beaudine had the Midas touch when it came to directing children" in films like this and Penrod and Sam.
The Plunderer is 1915 American film directed by Edgar Lewis based on a 1912 mining novel by Roy Norton. The cast features William Farnum and Harry Spingler as honest miners and Claire Whitney as love interest Joan, daughter of a dishonest miner literally undermining their claim.
Love letters is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by David Selman and written by Doty Hobart, which stars Shirley Mason, Gordon Edwards, and Alma Francis. John Miljan made his film debut in a supporting role.
Galloping Gallagher is a 1924 American silent Western film directed by Albert S. Rogell and starring Fred Thomson, Hazel Keener, and Frank Hagney. The film was originally five reels long, only 29 minutes of which survive today.
Out of the Silent North is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by William Worthington and written by Wallace C. Clifton and George C. Hull. The film stars Frank Mayo, Barbara Bedford, Frank Leigh, Harris Gordon, Christian J. Frank, and Frank Lanning. The film was released on June 19, 1922, by Universal Film Manufacturing Company.
The Hoosier Schoolmaster is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by Oliver L. Sellers and starring Henry Hull, Jane Thomas, and Frank Dane. It is an adaptation of the novel The Hoosier Schoolmaster by Edward Eggleston. The film was remade as a post-Civil War talkie in 1935.
Grit is a 1924 American silent crime drama film directed by Frank Tuttle and starring Glenn Hunter, Clara Bow, and Roland Young. It is based upon a screen story of the same name by F. Scott Fitzgerald.