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if you know the whereabouts of a good print of any of these films on celluloid 8mm or 16mm, VHS tape, or DVD:
Jeanne Doré with Sarah Bernhardt
La Tosca with Sarah Bernhardt
La Voyanté with Sarah Bernhardt
It Happened in Paris with Sarah Bernhardt
Also looking for:
A Doll's House with Alla Nazimova.
Air Circus, The (1928) with Arthur Lake, Sue Carol, David Rollins, Charles Delaney, Heine Conklin, Louise Dresser, and Carl Robinson.
Anna Karenina (1915) directed by J. Gordon Edwards and with Betty Nansen, Edward Jose, Richard Thornton, Stella Hammerstein, and Mabel Allen.
Aryan, The (1916) directed by Thomas H. Ince, and with William S. Hart, Bessie Love, and Louise Glaum. (This is said to be in an Argentina film archive).
Battle Cry of Peace, The with Norma Talmadge (fragments are known to exist, but where is the complete print?)
Battle of Gettysburg, The (1913) directed by Thomas H. Ince, and with Burton King, Joe King, Gertrude Clair, Shorty Hamilton, Mr.
Hadley, Mr. Edlar, Willard Mack, Charles K. French, and Enid Bennett.
Battle of the Sexes (1914) directed by D. W. Griffith, and with Donald Crisp, Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Mary Alden, Owen Moore, and Fay Tincher.
Beau Sabreur (1928) directed by John Waters, and with Gary Cooper, Evelyn Brent, Noah Beery, and William Powell.
Bound in Morocco (1918) directed by Allan Dwan, and with Douglas Fairbanks, Pauline Curley, Edythe Chapman, and Tully Marshall.
Callahans and the Murphys, The with Marie Dressler.
Case of Lena Smith, The (1929) directed by Josef von Sternberg, and with Esther Ralston, James Hall, and Gustav von Seyffertitz.
Celebrated Scandal, The (1915) directed by James Durkin, and with Betty Nansen, Edward Jose, Walter Hitchcock, and Stuart Holmes.
Clarence (1922) directed by William De Mille, and with Wallace Reid, Agnes Ayres, May McAvoy, Kathlyn Williams, and Adolphe Menjou.
Cleopatra (1917) directed by J. Gordon Edwards, and with Theda Bara, Fritz Leiber, and Thurston Hall.
Confessions of a Queen (1925) directed by Victor Seastrom, and with Alice Terry, Lewis Stone, John Bowers, Eugenie Besserer, Helena D’Algy, and Frankie Darro. (About 40 minutes have survived).
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, A (1921) directed by Emmett J. Flynn, and with Harry Myers, Pauline Starke, Rosemary Theby, and George Siegmann. (MOMA has an incomplete print).
Conqueror, The (1917) directed by Raoul Walsh, and with William Farnum, Jewel Carmen, and Charles Clary.
Daughter of the Gods, A with Annette Kellerman.
Divine Woman, The (1928) directed by Victor Seastrom, and with Greta Garbo, Lars Hanson, Lowell Sherman, and Polly Moran.
Dragnet, The (1928) directed by Josef von Sternberg, and with George Bancroft, Evelyn Brent, and William Powell.
Dry Martini (1928), directed by H. D’Abbadie D’Arrast, and with Mary Astor, Matt Moore, Jocelyn Lee, and Sally Eilers.
Explorer, The with Lou-Tellegen.
Flame of the Desert, The with Geraldine Farrar and Lou-Tellegen.
Flaming Frontier, The (1926) directed by Edward Sedgwick, and with Hoot Gibson, Anne Cornwall, and Dustin Farnum.
Flaming Youth (1923) directed by John Francis Dillon, and with Colleen Moore, Milton Sills, and Elliott Dexter.
Forever with Wallace Reid and Elsie Ferguson.
Four Devils with Janet Gaynor.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1928) with Ruth Taylor, Alice White, Ford Sterling, Holmes Herbert, and Mack Swain.
Greatest Thing in Life, The (1918) directed by D. W. Griffith, and with Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Elmo Lincoln, and Kate Bruce.
Her Greatest Performance with Ellen Terry.
His Extra Bit (1918) with Wallace Reid, Dorothy Davenport, and Wallace Reid, Jr.
Hollywood (1923) directed by James Cruze, and with Hope Drown, Luke Cosgrave, George K. Arthur, Ruby Lafayette, and a host of silent screen celebrities appearing as themselves.
Homesteader, The (1919) directed by Oscar Micheaux, and with Charles D. Lucas, Evelyn Peer, and Iris Hall.
I'll Get Him Yet with Richard Barthelmess and Dorothy Gish.
Is Zat So? with George O'Brien
Knickerbocker Buckaroo, The (1919) directed by Albert Parker, and with Douglas Fairbanks, Marjorie Daw, and William Wellman.
Ladies of the Mob (1928) directed by William Wellman, and with Clara Bow, Richard Arlen, Helen Lynch, and Mary Alden.
Last Moment, The (1928) directed by Paul Fejos, and with Otto Matiesen, Julius Molnar, Jr., and Lucille La Verne.
Legion of the Condemned (1928) directed by William A. Wellman, and with Fay Wray and Gary Cooper.
Life’s Whirlpool (1917) directed by Lionel Barrymore, and with Ethel Barrymore, Paul Everton, and Alan Hale.
London After Midnight with Lon Chaney .
Macbeth with Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree and supervised by D. W. Griffith.
Madame Sans-Gene (1925) directed by Leonce Perret, and with Gloria Swanson, Emile Drain, and Charles De Roche.
Man Who Came Back, The with George O'Brien.
Miracle Man, The (1919) directed by George Loane Tucker, and with Lon Chaney, Thomas Meigham, and Betty Compson.
Neptune’s Daughter with Annette Kellerman. (Gosfilmofond in Moscow is said to have this, so let’s wish it is in the 190 other titles hopefully to be repatriated one day).
One Glorious Day (1922) directed by James Cruze, and with Will Rogers, Lila Lee, Alan Hale, and John Fox.
One Night in Rome with Laurette Taylor. (Gosfilmofond in Moscow is said to have this, so maybe the film will be in the 190 other titles hopefully to be repatriated one day).
Our Mutual Girl, the 1914 the Mutual Film Corporation 52-episode serial starring Norma Phillips. As far as is known, all of the films have vanished. Of particular interest is the third installment, which features Laurette Taylor as herself backstage at the Cort Theatre during the end of the initial run of Peg O' My Heart).
Patriot, The (1928) directed by Ernst Lubitsch, and with Emil Jannings, Lewis Stone, Florence Vidor, and Neil Hamilton.
Peg O' My Heart with Laurette Taylor (Warner Bros. and MOMA have good film prints, so why hasn’t someone put this out for others to enjoy?)
Queen of Sheba, The (1921) directed by J. Gordon Edwards, and with Betty Blythe, Fritz Leiber, Clare De Lorez, and George Siegmann.
Quo Vadis with Emil Jannings and Lilian Hall-Davis.
Redeeming Sin, The with Alla Nazimova and Lou-Tellegen .
Remodeling Her Husband with Dorothy Gish and directed by Lillian Gish
River, The (1928) directed by Frank Borzage, and with Charles Farrell and Mary Duncan. (Incomplete prints do exist).
Rogue Song, The (1930) directed by Lionel Barrymore, with Lawrence Tibbett, Catherine Dale Owens, and Nance O’Neil.
Romeo and Juliet with Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne.
Romeo and Juliet with Theda Bara.
Salome (1918) directed by J. Gordon Edwards, and with Theda Bara, G. Raymond Nye, and Albert Roscoe.
Sarah Bernhardt at Home (Documentary.Fragments are known to exist, but where is the complete film print?)
Second Youth with Lynn Fontanne.
Senorita (1927) directed Clarence Badger, and with Bebe Daniels, James Hall, and William Powell.
Sherlock Holmes with William Gillette (fragments are known to exist, but where is the complete film print?)
Siege (1925) directed by Svend Gade, with Virginia Valli, Eugene O’Brien, and Mary Alden.
So Big (1924) directed by Charles Brabin, and with Colleen Moore, Joseph De Grasse, and John Bowers.
Splendid Romance, The with Enrico Caruso.
Street of Sin (1928) directed by Mauritz Stiller, and with Emil Jannings, Fay Wray, and Olga Baclanova.
Tess of the D'Ubervilles with Minnie Maddern Fiske.
Test of Honor with John Barrymore.
Thäis with Mary Garden. (Both MOMA and George Eastman House have this, so perhaps someone will bring it out one day with a rich score).
That Royle Girl (1925) directed by D. W. Griffith, and with Carol Dempster, W.C. Fields, James Kirkwood, and Harrison Ford.
The Great Love, The (1918) directed by D. W. Griffith, and with Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, and Henry B. Walthall.
United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive (1918) with Wallace Reid, Norma Talmadge, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Roscoe Arbuckle, George M. Cohan, William S. Hart, Lillian Gish, May Murray, Mabel Normand, Laurette Taylor, and Mae Marsh.
Unknown, The with Lou-Tellegen. (UCLA is said to have this).
World’s Applause, The (1923) directed by William De Mille, and with Bebe Daniels, Lewis Stone, Kathlyn Williams, and Adolphe Menjou.
Young Rajah, The (1922) Philip Rosen, and with Rudolph Valentino, and Wanda Hawley. (The restructured footage exists, but who has the complete print).