|The Social Code|
|Directed by||Oscar Apfel|
|Written by||Rex Taylor|
|Based on||"To Whom It May Concern"|
by Rita Weiman
|Distributed by||Metro Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Social Code is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Oscar Apfel and starring Viola Dana. It was produced and distributed by Metro Pictures. Dana's older sister, Edna Flugrath, also features in the film. 
With no prints of The Social Code located in any film archives,  it is now a lost film.
Viola Dana was an American film actress who was successful during the era of silent films. She appeared in over 100 films, but was unable to make the transition to sound films.
Dana as a surname may have several origins. In England, it came from dann, the valley of a meadow, and it may mean the dweller of that valley. In Continental Europe, it probably came from Dane. This surname is related to Danese in Italy and it can be found mostly in the Piedmont region. It may also be a modification of Huguenot French origin, probably a variant of d'Aunay, of geographical origin. It may be also a Gaelic patronymic, since it is a common forename in Ireland. Dana is a relatively common surname in the US, ranking 7161 out of 88,799 in the 1990 U.S. Census. Dana is also the Persian word for wisdom.
Shirley Mason was an American actress of the silent era.
Bernard Joseph Durning was an American silent film director and actor who worked primarily with Lon Chaney, Dustin Farnum, and Buck Jones.
The Ice Flood is a 1926 American silent northwoods drama film produced and distributed by Universal Pictures. It was directed by George Seitz and starred Kenneth Harlan and Viola Dana. A complete, though poor quality copy, exists and has been distributed by the Grapevine company in Arizona.
Edna Marie Flugrath was the eldest of three sisters who found fame as silent film stars.
Harold Marvin Shaw was an American stage performer, film actor, screenwriter, and notable director of the silent era. A native of Tennessee, he worked professionally in theatrical plays and vaudeville for 16 years before he began acting in motion pictures for Edison Studios in New York City in 1910 and then started regularly directing shorts there two years later. Shaw next served briefly as a director for Independent Moving Pictures (IMP) in New York before moving to England in May 1913 to be "chief producer" for the newly established London Film Company. During World War I, he relocated to South Africa, where in 1916 he directed the film De Voortrekkers in cooperation with African Film Productions, Limited. Shaw also established his own production company while in South Africa, completing there two more releases, The Rose of Rhodesia in 1918 and the comedy Thoroughbreds All in 1919. After directing films once again in England under contract with Stoll Pictures, he finally returned to the United States in 1922 and later directed several screen projects for Metro Pictures in California before his death in Los Angeles in 1926. During his 15-year film career, Shaw worked on more than 125 films either as a director, actor, or screenwriter.
False Evidence is a 1922 British silent drama film directed by Harold M. Shaw and starring Edna Flugrath, Cecil Humphreys and Teddy Arundell. It was adapted from an 1896 novel by Phillips Oppenheim.
A Dear Fool is a 1921 British silent comedy film directed by Harold M. Shaw and starring George K. Arthur, Edna Flugrath and Edward O'Neill. It was based on a novel by Arthur T. Mason. An ambitious young Fleet Street reporter is sent to discover the identity of a reclusive new playwright.
Me and Me Moke is a 1916 British silent comedy film directed by Harold M. Shaw and starring Edna Flugrath, Gerald Ames and Hubert Willis. The screenplay concerns a young man from a wealthy background who takes a job working as a porter at the fruit and vegetable market in Covent Garden.
Kosher Kitty Kelly is a 1926 American silent comedy drama film directed by James W. Horne, produced by Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. (Robertson-Cole), and distributed by Film Booking Offices of America (FBO). Based on the stage musical Kosher Kitty Kelly by Leon De Costa, the film stars Viola Dana.
The Willow Tree is a surviving 1920 American silent film directed by Henry Otto and distributed by Metro Pictures. The film is based on a Broadway play, The Willow Tree, by J. H. Benrimo and Harrison Rhodes. Fay Bainter starred in the Broadway play in 1917. The film stars Viola Dana and is preserved in the George Eastman House Motion Picture Collection.
Tiger Rose is a 1929 American Pre-Code early sound adventure film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. It was directed by George Fitzmaurice and is based on a 1917 play, Tiger Rose, by Willard Mack. This film is a remake of the 1923 film Tiger Rose Warner Bros. silent that starred Lenore Ulric, who also starred on Broadway in Mack's play. Among the cast members in this film are Monte Blue, Lupe Vélez and Rin Tin Tin.
As Man Desires is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Irving Cummings and starring Viola Dana. It was produced and distributed by First National Pictures.
Her Fatal Millions is a 1923 American Metro Pictures silent comedy film directed by William Beaudine. It stars Viola Dana, Huntley Gordon, and Allan Forrest. It is not known if the film currently survives, which suggests that it is a lost film.
A Weaver of Dreams is a lost silent film directed by Edison's John H. Collins and released under Metro Films February 18, 1918, at the height of Mr. Collins' career. It was the 36th of 41 films credited to his direction. The young director succumbed to Spanish Influenza and died later that year; October 23, 1918, at the age of 28. The film stars his actress wife Virginia Flugrath, who is best known by her screen name Viola Dana. The screenplay, written by John H. Collins and William Parker, is an adaptation of Myrtle Reed's (1874-1911) posthumously published novel A Weaver of Dreams (1911); the author took her own life earlier that year on August 17, 1911.
The Gold Cure is a 1919 American silent comedy film, directed by John H. Collins. It stars Viola Dana, John McGowan, and Elsie MacLeod, and was released on January 6, 1919.
False Evidence, originally titled Madelon of the Redwoods, is a 1919 American silent drama film that was directed by Edwin Carewe. It stars Viola Dana, Wheeler Oakman, and Joseph King, and was released on April 21, 1919.
Flugrath is a surname and may refer to:
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