|The Pulse of Life|
|Directed by||Rex Ingram|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|April 9, 1917|
The Pulse of Life is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Wedgwood Nowell, Gypsy Hart and Dorothy Barrett. 
Rex Ingram was an Irish film director, producer, writer, and actor. Director Erich von Stroheim once called him "the world's greatest director".
James Gordon Edwards was a Canadian-born film director, producer, and writer who began his career as a stage actor and stage director.
Richard Capel (1586–1656) was an English nonconforming clergyman of Calvinist views, a member of the Westminster Assembly, and for a period of his life a practicing physician.
Kingdom of XII is the tenth studio album by American southern rock band Molly Hatchet, released in 2000 by the German label SPV. It was reissued in the United States in 2001 by CMC International, a division of Sanctuary Records Group.
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A Man's Fight is a lost 1919 American silent drama film directed by Thomas N. Heffron and starring Dustin Farnum and Lois Wilson.
Black Orchids is a 1917 American silent drama film written and directed by Rex Ingram. The film was released as The Fatal Orchids in the United Kingdom. The feature stars Cleo Madison, Francis McDonald and Dick La Reno. Ingram later remade the film as Trifling Women (1922).
The Flower of Doom is a 1917 silent drama film written and directed by Rex Ingram and starring Wedgwood Nowell, Yvette Mitchell and Nicholas Dunaew. A reporter has to rescue a singer kidnapped in Chinatown.
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The Chalice of Sorrow is a 1916 American silent film drama written and directed by Rex Ingram and starring Cleo Madison. It was produced by the Bluebird Photoplays subsidiary of Universal Film Manufacturing Company.
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The Great Problem is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Violet Mersereau, Dan Hanlon and Lionel Adams. It marked Ingram's directorial debut of a feature film, having previously made a short. It was shot at Fort Lee in New Jersey. A complete copy of the film is held by the Museum of Modern Art.
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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.
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The Lord Loves the Irish is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Ernest C. Warde and starring J. Warren Kerrigan, Aggie Herring and James O. Barrows.
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.