|The Square Deceiver|
|Directed by||Fred J. Balshofer|
|Written by|| Francis Perry Elliott (novel) |
Fred J. Balshofer
Richard V. Spencer
|Starring|| Harold Lockwood |
|Distributed by||Metro Pictures|
|December 3, 1917|
The Square Deceiver is a 1917 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Fred J. Balshofer and starring Harold Lockwood, Pauline Curley and William Clifford.
The Patent Leather Kid is a 1927 American silent drama film which tells the story of a boxer who scoffs at fighting outside the ring... particularly for the United States once it enters World War I. Eventually, he is drafted, is shipped overseas, and performs a heroic act, which results in his being severely wounded. It stars Richard Barthelmess, Molly O'Day, Lawford Davidson, Matthew Betz, and Arthur Stone.
Vincent Millie Youmans was an American Broadway composer and producer.
Rose Marie was an American actress, singer, comedian, and vaudeville performer with a career that ultimately spanned ten decades — and included film, radio, records, theater, night clubs and television. As a child performer during the years just after the silent film era, she had a successful singing career as Baby Rose Marie. As an adult, she became one of the first major stars to be known simply by her given names.
Harold A. Lockwood was an American silent film actor, director, and producer. He was one of the most popular matinee idols of the early film period during the 1910s.
Hide-Out is a 1934 American pre-Code comedy, crime, drama, romance film directed by W. S. Van Dyke and starring Robert Montgomery and Maureen O'Sullivan. It also features a young Mickey Rooney. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing - Original Story. It was re-made in 1941 as I'll Wait for You (film).
Fred J. Balshofer was a pioneering silent film director, producer, screenwriter, and cinematographer in the United States.
Pauline Curley was a vaudeville and silent film actress from Holyoke, Massachusetts. Her film career spanned much of the silent era, from 1912-1929.
William Clifford was an American actor and screenwriter of the silent era. He appeared in 170 films between 1910 and 1929. He also wrote for 30 films between 1913 and 1919. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and died in Los Angeles, California.
Someday is a 1935 British romance film, directed by Michael Powell and starring Esmond Knight and Margaret Lockwood. The screenplay was adapted from a novel by I. A. R. Wylie.
The Man from Mexico is a 1914 silent film produced by the Famous Players Film Company and Daniel Frohman. It starred John Barrymore in his second feature film and was remade in 1926 as Let's Get Married starring Richard Dix. The film was rereleased by Paramount in 1919 as part of the company's "Success Series" reissue of early successes. The Man from Mexico is now a lost film.
The Crucible is a 1914 American silent romantic drama film directed by Edwin S. Porter and Hugh Ford and released through Paramount Pictures. Based on a novel of the same name by Mark Lee Luther (1872–1951), the film stars Marguerite Clark and Harold Lockwood. The film is now presumed lost.
Paradise Garden is a lost 1917 American silent comedy romance film starring Harold Lockwood and directed by Fred J. Balshofer. The film is based on a novel, Paradise Garden, by George Gibbs and has a feature role for Virginia Rappe, who would soon be more famous for her death under mysterious circumstances that were sensationalized by the media. Metro Pictures distributed the film.
The Fortune Hunter is a lost 1920 silent film comedy directed by Tom Terriss. It is based on a 1909 stage play by Winchell Smith. It stars Earle Williams and Jean Paige and was produced by the Vitagraph Company of America.
Broadway Bill is a 1918 American silent romantic drama film directed by Fred J. Balshofer and starring Harold Lockwood, May Allison, Pomeroy Cannon, Lester Cuneo, and Fred L. Wilson. The film was released by Metro Pictures on February 11, 1918.
Big Tremaine is a 1916 American silent romantic drama film directed by Henry Otto and starring Harold Lockwood, May Allison, Lester Cuneo, Albert Ellis, Lillian Hayward, and William Ehfe. It is based on the 1914 novel of the same name by Marie Van Vorst. The film was released by Metro Pictures on November 20, 1916.
The Landloper is a 1918 American silent romance adventure film directed by George Irving and starring Harold Lockwood, Pauline Curley, Stanton Heck, William Clifford, Bert Starkey, and Gertrude Maloney. It is based on the 1915 novel of the same name by Holman Day. The film was released by Metro Pictures on April 1, 1918.
The Avenging Trail is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Francis Ford and starring Harold Lockwood, Sally Crute, and Joseph Dailey. It was released on December 31, 1917.
Devil Dogs is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Fred Windemere and starring Pauline Curley and Stuart Holmes. It takes place during World War I.
Yorke Film Corporation was a film company. The company's films were distrivuted by Metro Pictures. Fred J. Balshofer and Joseph Engel were involved with the company. Balshofer formed the company to produce films pairing the popular Harold Lockwood and May Allison. Lockwood died of influenza in 1918. The company relocated to Los Angeles and took over a studio from Nevada Film Company.
The Hidden Children is a 1917 American silent historical drama film directed by Oscar Apfel and starring Harold Lockwood, May Allison and Lillian West. It is based on a novel by Robert W. Chambers, set in Colonial America. Location shooting took place in the San Bernardino Mountains.
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