|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
|Screenplay by||Charles E. Roberts|
|Story by||Evelyn Campbell|
|Produced by||C.C. Burr|
|Starring|| Estelle Taylor |
Western Limited is a 1932 American drama film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Estelle Taylor, Edmund Burns, and Lucien Prival. It was released on August 5, 1932.
The Patent Leather Kid is a 1927 American silent drama film about a boxer who performs a heroic act in World War I that severely wounds him. It was directed by Alfred Santell and stars Richard Barthelmess, Molly O'Day, Lawford Davidson, Matthew Betz and Arthur Stone.
Beryl Mercer was a Spanish-born American actress of stage and screen who was based in the United States.
Edmund Breese was an American stage and film actor of the silent era.
Espionage Agent is a pre–World War II spy melodrama produced by Hal B. Wallis in 1939. Directed by Lloyd Bacon, Espionage Agent, like many Warner Bros. movies, clearly identifies the Germans as the enemy. This was unlike many other movie studios during this period that did not want to antagonize foreign governments.
Mr. Wong, Detective is a 1938 American crime film directed by William Nigh and starring Boris Karloff in his first appearance as Mr. Wong.
Young Sinners is an American Pre-Code drama film released on May 17, 1931, directed by John G. Blystone. The screenplay was initially written by Maurine Watkins though the script filmed was William Conselman's, not Watkins'.. Conselman scrapped her screenplay in favor of his own based on the play Young Sinners by Elmer Harris.
The Crowd Roars is a 1932 American pre-Code film directed by Howard Hawks starring James Cagney and featuring Joan Blondell, Ann Dvorak, Eric Linden, Guy Kibbee, and Frank McHugh. A film of the same name was made in 1938 with a different story, starring Robert Taylor.
The Great Deception is a 1926 American silent drama film starring Basil Rathbone, Ben Lyon, and Aileen Pringle. It is based on the 1915 novel The Yellow Dove by George Gibbs about World War I era espionage, previously adapted as the 1919 film Shadows of Suspicion. This film is currently a lost film. A New York Times review considered "this photoplay possesses an element of mystery and suspense".
Reunion in Vienna is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic drama produced and distributed by MGM. Sidney Franklin served as director. The film stars John Barrymore in a story taken from the 1931 stage play of the same name by Robert Emmet Sherwood.
American Beauty is a lost 1927 American silent film romantic drama produced and distributed by First National Pictures. This film was directed by Richard Wallace and starred Billie Dove. It is based on a short story American Beauty by Wallace Irwin. Walter McGrail and Margaret Livingston are also in the cast.
Hollywood Speaks is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film.
Playthings of Desire is a 1924 American silent melodrama film produced and directed by Burton L. King and starring Estelle Taylor.
Edmund Burns was an American actor. He was best known for his films of the silent 1920s, particularly The Princess from Hoboken (1927), Made for Love (1926), and After the Fog (1929), although he continued acting in films until 1936. Burn's first film appearance was an uncredited role as an extra in The Birth of a Nation (1915). Other films include The Country Kid (1923), The Farmer from Texas (1925), Ransom (1928), The Adorable Outcast (1928), Hard to Get (1929), The Shadow of the Eagle (1932), Hollywood Boulevard (1936), and his last film, Charles Barton's Murder with Pictures (1936) for Paramount Pictures. He was sometimes billed as Edward Burns.
Secrets of the French Police is a 1932 American Pre-Code crime film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and starring Gwili Andre, Gregory Ratoff, and Frank Morgan.
Lucien Prival was an American film actor. He appeared in more than 70 films between 1926 and 1953.
The Peacock Fan is a 1929 American silent mystery film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Lucien Prival, Dorothy Dwan and Tom O'Brien. A review in Variety described it as a "fairly interesting melodrama of the who-killed-Reginald-Moneybags school".
The Rampant Age is a 1930 American melodrama film, directed by Phil Rosen. It stars James Murray, Merna Kennedy, and Eddie Borden, and was released on January 15, 1930.
Sweepstake Annie is a 1935 American comedy film directed by William Nigh and starring Tom Brown, Marian Nixon and Wera Engels.
South of Panama is a 1941 American action film directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by Ben Roberts and Sidney Sheldon. The film stars Roger Pryor, Virginia Vale, Lionel Royce, Lucien Prival, Duncan Renaldo and Lester Dorr. The film was released on May 2, 1941, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Lewis Wood Physioc was a cinematographer, matte artist, and painter in the United States. After his film career he taught film at USC in Los Angeles. He was the older brother of Wray Physioc.