Silent Film Actor

Alfred Allen

  • Apr 08, 1886 - Jun 18, 1947 (age 61)
  • 6' 0" (1.83 m)
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1947
Alfred Allen
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Alfred Allen

Alfred Allen passed away.
1928
Hot News
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MovieJul 14, 1928

Hot News

Hot News (1928) is a silent film comedy produced and …
Hot News (1928) is a silent film comedy produced and distributed by Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation, an amalgamation of Famous Players-Lasky and Paramount Pictures. Clarence Badger directed and Bebe Daniels starred.
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The Fifty-Fifty Girl
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MovieMay 12, 1928

The Fifty-Fifty Girl

Strong-willed Kathleen O'Hara, believes in equality of …
Strong-willed Kathleen O'Hara, believes in equality of sexes, makes a pact with her sweetheart, Jim Donahue, when they become joint owners of a California gold mine. According to the ...
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Anybody Here Seen Kelly?
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MovieMar 25, 1928

Anybody Here Seen Kelly?

Anybody Here Seen Kelly? …
Anybody Here Seen Kelly? is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by William Wyler. This was the first non-Western film to be directed by Wyler and is now considered to be a lost film. This is Bessie Love's final silent film. It was produced by Universal Pictures.
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1927
Out All Night
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MovieSep 4, 1927

Out All Night

Out All Night released.
Singed
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MovieJul 11, 1927

Singed

Singed is a 1927 American silent drama film produced and …
Singed is a 1927 American silent drama film produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. The film was directed by John Griffith Wray and stars Blanche Sweet. Singed is based on Adela Rogers St. Johns' story "Love o' Women".
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The Magic Garden
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MovieJun 30, 1927

The Magic Garden

about a little boy and girl that meet in a beautiful garden …
about a little boy and girl that meet in a beautiful garden and the little girl promises the boy that some day she would meet him there again. He goes off to study the violin in Italy and when he returns he finds the girl in the garden.
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1926
The Mystery Club
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MovieAug 30, 1926

The Mystery Club

The Mystery Club is a 1926 American silent mystery …
The Mystery Club is a 1926 American silent mystery film directed by Herbert Blaché and starring Matt Moore, Edith Roberts and Mildred Harris. It was based on a story from Arthur Somers Roche's Crimes of the Armchair Club.
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Rolling Home
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MovieJun 7, 1926

Rolling Home

Nat Alden, a promoter, has had bad luck on his deal and is …
Nat Alden, a promoter, has had bad luck on his deal and is broke. He meets an old army pal who is now a chauffeur of the businessman who threw the luckless Nat out of his office. Nat is on his way back to his small hometown, where he is believed to be a millionaire. To keep the belief alive he has his pal drive him there in the businessman's automobile. Complications arise quickly.
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1925
Perils of the Wild
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MovieAug 27, 1925

Perils of the Wild

Perils of the Wild is a 1925 American adventure film …
Perils of the Wild is a 1925 American adventure film serial directed by Francis Ford. The film is considered to be lost. This serial was based on The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss.
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Dangerous Innocence
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MovieApr 12, 1925

Dangerous Innocence

Ann, a 19-year-old girl who looks much younger, meets a …
Ann, a 19-year-old girl who looks much younger, meets a dashing army major on a boat sailing from Liverpool to Bombay, India, and falls in love with him. Her love appears to be unrequited, though, because the major thinks she is far too young--and also, unknown to her, because he had once been in love with her mother. When a fellow passenger on the ship takes advantage of the naive girl the major comes to her rescue, but in the process the girl finds out about the past relationship between he and her mother.
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1924
A Girl of the Limberlost
MovieApr 28, 1924

A Girl of the Limberlost

Hardhearted Kate …
Hardhearted Kate Comstock has always resented her daughter Elnora because her husband Robert died in the quicksands of the Limberlost swamp when Elnora was born. Longing for her mother's love, beautiful Elnora is easily loved by everyone else, including neighbors Wesley and Margaret Sinton and the "Bird-Woman" of the swamp, who helps Elnora raise money by teaching her to capture moths and butterflies for sale. Elnora does well in high school, too, and when Philip Amon comes to the neighborhood to recover his health, they fall in love with each other. Unfortunately, Philip is engaged to Edith Carr, a high-spirited but jealous beauty. Elnora seeks to avoid conflict with Edith by staying with Freckles and his wife, who also live in the Limberlost, but when Elnora helps nurse Philip back to health, Edith leaves them free to marry. When Mrs. Comstock learns that her husband had been unfaithful to her with neighbor Elvira Carney, she finally discovers in herself a love for her daughter, and extends her affections enough to adopt the orphaned boy Billy and his dog.
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Stolen Secrets
MovieMar 10, 1924

Stolen Secrets

Stolen Secrets is a 1924 American mystery film …
Stolen Secrets is a 1924 American mystery film directed by Irving Cummings and written by Rex Taylor. The film stars Herbert Rawlinson, Kathleen Myers, Edwards Davis, Henry Herbert, Arthur Stuart Hull and William Conklin. The film was released on March 10, 1924, by Universal Pictures.
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The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln
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MovieJan 21, 1924

The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln

A biographical film …
A biographical film featuring the presidency and assassination of Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War.
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1923
White Tiger
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MovieDec 17, 1923

White Tiger

Three crooks pull off a magnificent crime. As …
Three crooks pull off a magnificent crime. As they're forced to hide out together they slowly begin to distrust each other.
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The Ghost City
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MovieDec 3, 1923

The Ghost City

In Sunshine Valley, California, "Laughing" Larry Lawton …
In Sunshine Valley, California, "Laughing" Larry Lawton and his pal, "Sagebrush" Hilton, are informed that unless the ranch owners place $10,000 in a designated spot on a certain day the reservoir supplying the valley with water will be drained. Just to show they aren't kidding, the extortionists have drained two feet of water already. In New Orleans, wealthy California ranch owner Austin Sinclair, now purchasing Ghost City Ranch in Sunshine Valley, receives word that a conspiracy is in progress to take the ranch away from him. He is unable to travel to California because of a disabled foot but his daughter Alice offers to go for him. She gets her cousin, Ray Moreton, an aviator, to take her in his aeroplane. Agents of Jasper Harwell, who is trying to get the ranch by unfair means, try to prevent the departure but the pair escape them and are soon on their way. The plane develops engine trouble a few miles short of their destination and they are forced to land. Alice borrows a horse from Lawton and is on her way to Ghost City Ranch but rides right in the path of a cattle stampede...end of Chapter One.
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The Miracle Baby
MovieAug 19, 1923

The Miracle Baby

Neil Allison (Harry Carey) is tricked into assaying some …
Neil Allison (Harry Carey) is tricked into assaying some false samples from a young crook's mine. When Neil sees that he has been duped, a quarrel ensues, and Jim Starke (Edmund Cobb), the youth, is stabbed by an unknown assassin. Neil runs away thinking he has committed murder and becomes the unwitting partner of the victim's father. They adopt a baby whose parents died in a snowstorm, and events take them to town, where Allison is finally cleared of the murder charge.
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A Gentleman of Leisure
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MovieJul 15, 1923

A Gentleman of Leisure

A Gentleman of Leisure is …
A Gentleman of Leisure is a lost 1923 American silent comedy film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was directed by Joseph Henabery and stars Jack Holt. The film is based on the novel A Gentleman of Leisure by P. G. Wodehouse. It was adapted into a play by Wodehouse and John Stapleton. It is also remake of the 1915 film A Gentleman of Leisure.
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Desert Driven
MovieJul 8, 1923

Desert Driven

Desert Driven is a 1923 American Western film …
Desert Driven is a 1923 American Western film starring Harry Carey.
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Shootin' for Love
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MovieJun 28, 1923

Shootin' for Love

When Duke Travis ( Hoot Gibson ) returns from the war …
When Duke Travis ( Hoot Gibson ) returns from the war suffering from shell shock and an inordinate fear of guns, his father, a ranch-owner, refuses to accept Duke's disability and considers him a coward. Duke eventually recovers and ends a bitter feud over water rights between his father and neighbor, Bill Randolph.
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The Grub-Stake
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MovieFeb 18, 1923

The Grub-Stake

A young woman is lured to the Yukon by a gambler with …
A young woman is lured to the Yukon by a gambler with promises of marriage and a grubstake for a gold mine. She takes her ailing father with her, only to discover when she gets there that the gambler was lying to her and actually planned to sell her to a dance hall. She gathers her father and an old miner she has met, takes a dogsled and supplies from the gambler and the three of them head for the wilderness to look for a lost gold claim the old miner has been looking for.
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1922
The Pride of Palomar
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MovieNov 19, 1922

The Pride of Palomar

The Pride of Palomar is a 1922 American silent drama film …
The Pride of Palomar is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Frank Borzage and written by Grant Carpenter, Peter B. Kyne, and John Lynch. The film stars Forrest Stanley, Marjorie Daw, Tote Du Crow, James O. Barrows, Joseph J. Dowling, and Alfred Allen. The film was released on November 26, 1922, by Paramount Pictures.
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1921
O'Malley of the Mounted
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MovieFeb 6, 1921

O'Malley of the Mounted

Sergeant O'Malley of the …
Sergeant O'Malley of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police insinuates himself into a gang of outlaws in order to detect and capture a wanted murderer. He finds the killer, but falls in love ...
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1920
The Broken Gate
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MovieDec 1, 1920

The Broken Gate

When Don Lane returns from college to visit his mother …
When Don Lane returns from college to visit his mother in the town of Spring Valley, where she has worked in a millinery shop to support him since his infancy. There Don learns that he is an illegitimate child and that his mother is still denounced in Spring Valley. When he fights some cruel townsmen in defense of his mother's name, he lands in jail, although he is soon freed by "Hod" Brooks, a lawyer and long-time friend of Aurora's. Soon after, Don is jailed again, on circumstantial evidence, for the murder of the town drunkard; in despair, Aurora goes to visit Judge William Henderson, who is the guardian of Don's sweetheart Anne Oglesby. Aurora pleads with the judge to defend Don in court; when he refuses, Aurora threatens to expose Henderson as Don's father. Together with Anne, who has overheard the conversation, Aurora forces Henderson to take Don's case. A lynch mob attacks the Spring Valley jail, only to discover that Don has escaped. The mob then proceeds to Aurora's house, which they almost destroy. Don arrives in time to save his mother by threatening the mob with a revolver, and soon after, Henderson and Brooks arrive with the news that a half-witted boy has committed the murder. After the mob disperses, Henderson offers to atone for his sins by marrying Aurora, but she refuses him. Aurora is united with Brooks, and Don with Anne.
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1919
The Other Half
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MovieAug 18, 1919

The Other Half

The Other Half is a 1919 American drama film …
The Other Half is a 1919 American drama film directed by King Vidor. In February 2020, the film was shown at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival, as part of a retrospective dedicated to King Vidor's career.
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The Man in the Moonlight
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MovieJul 28, 1919

The Man in the Moonlight

Two mysterious strangers …
Two mysterious strangers arrive uninvited at the wedding of Sergeant O'Farrell of the Royal Mounted Police and Rosine Delorme, the daughter of an innkeeper. After O'Farrell receives a message that Rosine's wayward brother Louis has escaped from prison with the notorious devil-may-care outlaw Rossingnol, O'Farrell postpones the wedding to find the convicts. One of the strangers confronts Rosine alone and convinces her to guide him to a cabin at the end of the Passage Du Mort where, he says, Louis awaits. When they find the cabin empty, the stranger reveals himself to be Rossingnol. They struggle and Rosine faints. Rossingnol carries her to a bed and hypnotizes her, but just then Louis arrives wounded to warn that the mounted police are coming. Rossingnol tells Louis to take Rosine and hide in the bushes until they hear a shot to signal them to head for the border. After Rossingnol is shot and dies in the arms of his sweetheart who followed him to the cabin, O'Farrell resigns and joins Rosine and Louis in the United States.
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The Sleeping Lion
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MovieJun 23, 1919

The Sleeping Lion

The Sleeping Lion released.
Riders of Vengeance
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MovieJun 9, 1919

Riders of Vengeance

Cheyenne Harry's bride, his father and his mother, on …
Cheyenne Harry's bride, his father and his mother, on the day of his wedding are killed on the steps of the church by his enemies. A year later, Harry returns to Mesquite to avenge the deaths of his loved ones. He kills the guilty persons one by one until he gets to Gale Thurman. Harry rescues Thurman's bride-to-be from a stagecoach holdup and cares for her in a cave he has made into his home. Harry and Thurman are obliged to unite together to fight off the Apaches of the desert, and during the battle, Thurman declares his innocence in the wedding day massacre. Both men are wounded, and Thurman dies despite Harry's valiant attempts to save him. Harry then finds happiness with Thurman's fiancée.
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The Red Glove
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MovieMar 17, 1919

The Red Glove

This is an 18-chapter film serial featuring a suffrage-era …
This is an 18-chapter film serial featuring a suffrage-era New Woman-type heroine briefly popular a few years prior and undergoing a revival at the time due to the first World War. Billie is a female cowboy on the edges of the American frontier during the last decades of the 19th century. She shoots it out with a series of threatening characters; from the bandit Vulture to gentleman thieves, Billie rules the day. This is considered a lost film.
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1918
The Sea Flower
MovieDec 23, 1918

The Sea Flower

The Sea Flower is a 1918 American silent adventure …
The Sea Flower is a 1918 American silent adventure film directed by Colin Campbell and starring Juanita Hansen, Gayne Whitman and Fred Huntley.
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A Society Sensation
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MovieSep 23, 1918

A Society Sensation

A wealthy society playboy falls in love with the daughter of a …
A wealthy society playboy falls in love with the daughter of a poor fisherman.
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Winner Takes All
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MovieJul 20, 1918

Winner Takes All

Winner Takes All released.
The Lion's Claws
MovieApr 6, 1918

The Lion's Claws

The Lion's Claws is a 1918 American adventure film …
The Lion's Claws is a 1918 American adventure film serial directed by Harry Harvey and Jacques Jaccard and starring Marie Walcamp and Ray Hanford. The serial, which had 18 chapters, is considered to be a lost film.
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The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin
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MovieMar 9, 1918

The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin

A propagandistic view of …
A propagandistic view of the First World War, showing the political greed of the German Kaiser Wilhelm, the resistance of some of his own soldiers, and fanciful prediction of the nature of ...
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The Grand Passion
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MovieJan 12, 1918

The Grand Passion

The Grand Passion is a 1918 American silent western …
The Grand Passion is a 1918 American silent western film directed by Ida May Park and starring Dorothy Phillips, Jack Mulhall, and Lon Chaney. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
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1917
Fighting Mad
MovieNov 18, 1917

Fighting Mad

Doctor Lambert takes his wife west to a mining town, …
Doctor Lambert takes his wife west to a mining town, where he can both minister and doctor. His wife is not happy and upon discovering she is pregnant, runs away with a gambler. He soon dumps her, and she comes back and dies giving birth to a baby girl. Lambert, out of his mind with rage, leaves the baby on a doorstep and vows to never have faith again. He returns to the mining town fifteen years later a drunkard. He meets young, kind Lily Sawyer and is greatly impressed by her compassionate nature. Meanwhile, the gambler has returned and decides to abduct Lily, but his partner recognizes Lambert and tells him Lily is his daughter. He kills the gambler before he can harm Lily and soon his faith returns.
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The Price of a Good Time
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MovieNov 4, 1917

The Price of a Good Time

Poor Linnie, ( Mildred …
Poor Linnie, ( Mildred Harris ) lives a dreary life with her paralytic father and outspoken brother. Working as a shop girl, she one day catches the eye of her employers son Preston, ( Kenneth Harlan ) who decides he would like to brighten her life. For the next six evenings, all of Linnie's dreams come true, dining out, motoring and enjoying the theater. However, her brother discovers them at his house on their last evening out, and the disgraced Linnie throws herself under Preston's car rather than face the humiliation of a scandal.
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The Winning Pair
MovieAug 28, 1917

The Winning Pair

The Winning Pair released.
The Flashlight
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MovieMay 21, 1917

The Flashlight

The Flashlight released.
The Grudge
MovieMar 25, 1917

The Grudge

Judge Thurman begrudges the small amount necessary to …
Judge Thurman begrudges the small amount necessary to send his niece, Dora Flynn, to college. He is absolutely heartless in his business associations and refuses to help Thos. Hardy, who is president of a bank, and this causes Hardy to kill himself. Attending the same college with Dora is Thos. Hardy's son, Alan, and the two have married secretly. Alan is summoned home by the death of his father and wires Dora of this. She is unable to keep her secret, and it reaches the ears of the principal, who dismisses her. She is afraid to return to her uncle, and obtains employment in the city. Alan learns of the part the judge played in the death of his father and vows to break the old man. He is successful, and it is a bitter effort for the judge to seek favor from the younger man. Meantime, Dora is unable to win a livelihood for herself and baby, and places it on her uncle's doorstep. Later she asks him to allow her to return home in the role of servant. The child, Bessie, has secured a place for herself in the heart of the judge. Alan comes to make a proposition to the judge regarding his financial position, and for the first time sees Dora. The judge is astounded at this revelation and pleads with the two to allow the child to remain. Alan is obdurate, and the three leave, but have only gone a short distance when Dora persuades Alan to return.
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Hell Morgan's Girl
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MovieMar 5, 1917

Hell Morgan's Girl

A young painter is disowned by his wealthy father for …
A young painter is disowned by his wealthy father for refusing to give up his career as an artist. He gets drunk and stumbles into a tough saloon called Hell Morgan's, where he proceeds to throw a glass of whiskey at the portrait of a girl behind the bar. The girl in the picture is actually Hell Morgan's girlfriend, and Morgan proceeds to beat the stuffing out of the artist. However, Morgan's girlfriend intervenes and convinces him to give the young man a job playing piano in the saloon.
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1916
A Child of Mystery
MovieDec 25, 1916

A Child of Mystery

A Child of Mystery released.
Barriers of Society
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MovieOct 16, 1916

Barriers of Society

Barriers of Society is a 1916 American silent drama. …
Barriers of Society is a 1916 American silent drama. Based on a story by Clarke Irvine, the film was directed by Lloyd B. Carleton and stars Dorothy Davenport and Emory Johnson. It was released on October 16, 1916, by Universal Film Manufacturing Company.
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The Human Gamble
MovieOct 8, 1916

The Human Gamble

The Human Gamble released.
Arthur's Desperate Resolve
MovieSep 3, 1916

Arthur's Desperate Resolve

Arthur's Desperate …
Arthur's Desperate Resolve is a 1916 American silent short comedy directed by and starring William Garwood and Edward Brady. Lois Wilson and Alfred Allen also starred.
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A Yoke of Gold
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MovieAug 14, 1916

A Yoke of Gold

A Yoke of Gold is a 1916 American silent black and …
A Yoke of Gold is a 1916 American silent black and white melodrama directed by Lloyd B. Carleton and starring Dorothy Davenport and Emory Johnson. Based on an original story by Rob Wagner, it is a period piece set in the early days of the California missions. The movie was released on November 20, 1916 by Universal.
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Two Mothers
MovieJun 1, 1916

Two Mothers

Two opera singers are in competition for a position …
Two opera singers are in competition for a position with an opera company. One is married to a wealthy man who takes care of her, the other is married to an invalid, is stepmother to his 12-year-old son and her family's future depends upon her getting this job. What her son doesn't know, and his stepmother does, is that his her rival for the job is none other than his real mother, a woman the boy's parents had told him was dead.
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Heartaches
MovieMay 19, 1916

Heartaches

Heartaches released.
The Gambler
MovieApr 20, 1916

The Gambler

The Gambler released.
A Soul Enslaved
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MovieJan 24, 1916

A Soul Enslaved

Tired of poverty, Jane finally accepts the advances of …
Tired of poverty, Jane finally accepts the advances of Ambrose, the wealthy owner of the factory in which she works, and becomes his mistress. Years later, long after she has left Ambrose, Jane falls in love with Richard Newton, whose own past, like hers, hardly stands out as scrupulous. They get married and have a child, but then Richard finds out that Jane had been a kept woman, and insists on a separation. He soon begins to think about his own past indiscretions, however, and realizes the hypocrisy of judging Jane by a higher standard than the one by which he has lived. As a result, he asks her forgiveness, and she eagerly takes him back.
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1915
The Terrible Truth
MovieDec 24, 1915

The Terrible Truth

The Terrible Truth released.
1886
Alfred Allen
BirthApril 1886

Alfred Allen

Alfred Allen was born.
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