American Comic Actress

Fay Tincher

  • Apr 17, 1884 - Oct 11, 1983 (age 99)
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1983
Fay Tincher
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Fay Tincher

Fay Tincher passed away.
1928
Out in the Rain
MovieFeb 20, 1928

Out in the Rain

Out in the Rain released.
The Cloud Buster
MovieFeb 6, 1928

The Cloud Buster

The Cloud Buster released.
Any Old Count
MovieJan 23, 1928

Any Old Count

Any Old Count released.
1927
When Greek Meets Greek
MovieOct 17, 1927

When Greek Meets Greek

When Greek Meets Greek released.
Broke Again
MovieFeb 21, 1927

Broke Again

Broke Again released.
Rooms for Rent
MovieJan 10, 1927

Rooms for Rent

Rooms for Rent released.
1926
The Big Surprise
MovieNov 28, 1926

The Big Surprise

The Big Surprise released.
Lots of Grief
MovieNov 1, 1926

Lots of Grief

Lots of Grief released.
Tow Service
MovieApr 12, 1926

Tow Service

Tow Service released.
Shady Rest
MovieFeb 15, 1926

Shady Rest

Shady Rest released.
1925
The Smash-Up
MovieDec 21, 1925

The Smash-Up

The Smash-Up released.
1924
Andy's Stump Speech
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MovieNov 3, 1924

Andy's Stump Speech

Andy's Stump Speech released.
Andy's Temptation
MovieJun 2, 1924

Andy's Temptation

Andy's Temptation released.
Excitement
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MovieApr 13, 1924

Excitement

Excitement is a lost 1924 silent comedy directed by Robert …
Excitement is a lost 1924 silent comedy directed by Robert F. Hill and starring Laura La Plante. It was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures.
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1923
Watch Papa
MovieOct 15, 1923

Watch Papa

Watch Papa released.
1919
The Fire Flingers
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MovieApr 21, 1919

The Fire Flingers

A poor man assumes the identity of a wealthy look-alike after …
A poor man assumes the identity of a wealthy look-alike after accidentally killing him; his wife prefers the new, non-abusive version and falls in love him.
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1916
Mr. Goode, Samaritan
MovieMay 29, 1916

Mr. Goode, Samaritan

Mr. Goode, Samaritan released.
The Two O'Clock Train
MovieMay 28, 1916

The Two O'Clock Train

The Two O'Clock Train released.
Sunshine Dad
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MovieApr 16, 1916

Sunshine Dad

A band of mystics, searching for the sacred jewels stolen from …
A band of mystics, searching for the sacred jewels stolen from the shrine of their idol, looses a lion from its cage, hoping it will devour the girl they believe to possess the jewels. But when a wacky old actor inadvertently takes the girl out of harm's way, the lion and the mystics set forth in pursuit.
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1915
Don Quixote
MovieDec 19, 1915

Don Quixote

Alonso Quijano is a country gentleman who imagines …
Alonso Quijano is a country gentleman who imagines himself to be a knight named Don Quixote de la Mancha. He sets out to right the wrongs of the world which sees him as he is, a comical figure. But his chivalry and sense of purpose drive him on to great deeds, even if he is laughed at.
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Over and Back
MovieSep 5, 1915

Over and Back

Over and Back released.
Faithful to the Finish
MovieAug 22, 1915

Faithful to the Finish

Colonel Boom has valuable …
Colonel Boom has valuable fortification plans locked in his desk. Two spies are trying to lay hands on the papers. The spies overhear Fay, Boom's stenographer, rejoicing in the fact that the millionaire aunt has just died, leaving her a fortune, and that now she is free to give up her job and marry Ed, the bookkeeper. Lieutenant Schnide, one of the conspirators, determines to win the heiress for himself. He puts over a game on Ed, which causes Fay to break their engagement. Then he and his pal go after the plans. They are discovered, however, by Bobby, the office boy, who notifies Colonel Boom. The villains are arrested. Fay learns of Schnide's perfidy, and she and Ed are reconciled.
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Safety First
MovieJul 25, 1915

Safety First

Safety First released.
Beautiful Love
MovieJun 27, 1915

Beautiful Love

Beautiful Love released.
Unwinding It
MovieJun 13, 1915

Unwinding It

Unwinding It released.
Brave and Bold
MovieJun 6, 1915

Brave and Bold

Brave and Bold released.
By Fair Means or Foul
MovieApr 11, 1915

By Fair Means or Foul

By Fair Means or Foul released.
Mixed Values
MovieMar 28, 1915

Mixed Values

A wealthy young man and his clerk discuss their engagements …
A wealthy young man and his clerk discuss their engagements with the mutual interest of all lovers. By accident they exchange engagement rings. When the rich man's sweetheart discovers that he has given her a cheap imitation she breaks the engagement. After much amusing trouble everything is straightened and happiness is restored. Fay Tincher is seen as the clerk's sweetheart, her lover being Elmer Booth. Chet Whitney plays the role of the rich lover. A good comedy well acted. - Motion Picture News 1915.
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Caught by the Handle
MovieMar 14, 1915

Caught by the Handle

Caught by the Handle released.
A Costly Exchange
MovieFeb 28, 1915

A Costly Exchange

Fred Moore and Ned Bates have new fall overcoats just alike. …
Fred Moore and Ned Bates have new fall overcoats just alike. For the rest, Moore has a jealous wife, and Bates an engagement ring, which he intends to present to Miss Clara Morrison. Ned meets Clara to take her to the matinee. She gives him her gloves to hold and he puts them in his overcoat pocket. He has forgotten the ring and they stop at the office for it. Ned slips the solitaire into his pocket, and then, it being a warm day, takes off the coat and throws it over his arm. As he passes the door, Moore calls Ned into his office to sign a legal paper. The latter throws down his coat. Moore's overcoat is hanging across a chair. In hurrying off, Ned exchanges the overcoats. After the theater, Ned and Clara discover that the ring and the gloves are not in the overcoat. They notify the police. Moore comes home late that night, after a gay evening at the club. In the morning his wife discovers a pair of white gloves dangling from a pocket of his overcoat. There is an unhappy scene at the breakfast table, and Moore rushes off to the office without his coat. He drops into Ned's office and absent-mindedly helps himself to the identical overcoat. Mrs. Moore threatens divorce over the phone. A call from Clara, who recognizes her gloves, only rouses that lady's jealousy the more. Meanwhile Ned and the detectives, whom he has put on the trail of the lost overcoat, arrive at Moore's house. Moore has returned and is trying in vain to explain. Then the two men find the two coats, just alike, and a light breaks upon four distracted minds.
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1914
The Record Breaker
MovieDec 27, 1914

The Record Breaker

Nell persuades her father to take her to the Corona auto races. …
Nell persuades her father to take her to the Corona auto races. There she and Eddie Pullen, speed champion, have a case of love at first sight. John, a jealous rival, however, decides to ruin Eddie's chances of winning the race by interchanging the signs on the water and oil cans. It happens that a gambler, who has made a bet with Nell's lather, has the same brilliant thought. So, after John has arranged matters, the gambler mistakenly restores the signs, and Eddie wins the race in record time, also the hand of Nell.
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Bill and Ethel at the Ball
MovieDec 20, 1914

Bill and Ethel at the Ball

The Stenogs decide to give a …
The Stenogs decide to give a ball and call upon Ethel to use her influence in getting Mr. Hadley to be the guest of honor. After finally consenting he sends Bill out to procure him a proper masquerade costume and notifies his sweetheart that he will meet her at the dance, at the same time describing his costume so she will recognize him. In the meantime, Ethel's fellow calls and would like to take Ethel but has no costume. Bill, quick to think gives him Mr. Hadley's and runs around to get Hadley another one. At the dance, Ethel's fellow is taken for Hadley and Hadley is taken for Ethel's fellow. Complications reach a serious stage when it comes time to unmask. After much trouble Bill explains how it came to happen and Hadley decides that in the future he will let the Stenogs have their dance without him.
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The Housebreakers
MovieDec 13, 1914

The Housebreakers

Bunko Bill, a famous crook, gets a job at a country house as a …
Bunko Bill, a famous crook, gets a job at a country house as a gardener in order to rob the place. It is the home of the Commissioner of Police, and his niece is in love with a young man who is staying there. But she refuses to marry him unless he commits some deed of daring, such as catching a burglar red-handed, or something of that sort. So Harris, the aforesaid young man, cooks up a scheme with what he thinks is the gardener, alias Bunko Bill. It is that the gardener shall burglarize the house and allow Harris to catch him and turn him over, apparently to the police. He will then contrive to let him escape, etc. Bunko Bill steals the silverware one night beforehand, and Harris catches him. Though Bill is not very well pleased and while they are talking Mrs. Commissioner, a stern and husky female, holds them both up at the point of a gun and demands to know what is what. Harris is afraid to let her know of their scheme and Mrs. Commissioner has Bunko Bill arrested, and Harris also. Bunko Bill is recognized and arrested by the Commissioner and fearful of the Commissioner knowing that she was so careless as to be duped into hiring him, Bunko Bill, she allows Harris to pose as a real hero and he gets the girl.
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Ethel's Roof Party
MovieNov 8, 1914

Ethel's Roof Party

Taking advantage of the boss's absence, Ethel decides to …
Taking advantage of the boss's absence, Ethel decides to give a luncheon on the roof. Bill and his pal make up their minds that they should be included in the invitation, so they mount to the roof where Ethel and her guests are assembled. The hostess is not at all pleased at Bill's butting in, and at her request her male friends put the office boy and his chum off the roof and lock them out. Bill determines to give them a scare. So after nailing up the door, he starts some old rags smoldering. He and his pal then depart to get their lunch. The janitor smells smoke and soon locates the fire. The party, in their wild desire to reach safety, smash a window and receive the full force of the fire hose. Luncheon and gowns are ruined, but Ethel and her guests are rescued, amid the cheers of a large crowd gathered below.
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Bill Spoils a Vacation
MovieOct 11, 1914

Bill Spoils a Vacation

Bill's boss decides to give …
Bill's boss decides to give Ethel a vacation. To show his appreciation for her faithful attention to business he stakes her to forty "megs." Ethel immediately starts off with the forty to show Newport what life really is. She is not long winning a millionaire widower, who quickly proposes; she accepts and goes forth to wire the boss, Hadley, that she is tired of his dictation and henceforth will have no more of it. Hadley becomes frantic on receiving the message and hustles Bill off to locate Ethel and bring her back. Bill locates her just as she is about to dine and he, feeling the pangs of hunger creeping over him. decides to butt in on the big feed. Alas, Bill "spills the beans" as usual; the millionaire decides that Ethel is not the one to choose for a life partner. He excuses himself for a few moments and decides not to return. The waiter must have his check, and Bill, being broke, the big haul comes on Ethel, who has to separate herself from thirty-eight of the big forty. After paying the check she decides that Bill and the office are more attractive to her than Newport and the "Four Hundred."
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The Million Dollar Bride
MovieOct 4, 1914

The Million Dollar Bride

Henry is a high-class crook. …
Henry is a high-class crook. He will stop at nothing. One day, walking through the park, he sees a newsboy. He knocks the boy down, confiscates his papers, and sits down on a bench to read. Presently, the following meets his eye: "Heiress Is Willed Another Fortune. Ethel Van Rocks to Get $1,000,000 the Day She Chooses Husband." This is right in Henry's line, and he swears that Ethel Van Rocks shall be his. He steals a bouquet and starts for the heiress' mansion, where he is shown into the parlor and told to wait. When Miss Van Rocks makes her appearance, Henry suffers a shock. She is carried in the arms of her maid, and she is just eighteen months old. Nothing daunted, however, Henry fells the maid and escapes with Ethel. Disguising her in a long linen duster, a hat and a veil, he starts for the house of a minister of his acquaintance who is deaf and almost blind. The police, however, are now on the tracks of the kidnapper. Ethel drops her rattle, by which she is traced to the parsonage. There she is rescued and Henry is hauled off to jail.
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Bill Manages a Prizefighter
MovieSep 27, 1914

Bill Manages a Prizefighter

Bill, still ambitious to make a …
Bill, still ambitious to make a name for himself, tackles the vocation of manager of a fighter. During his recreation he becomes impressed with the way "Sylves" shines shoes and figures he ought to make good as a scrapper. "Knock 'em Dead Kelly," whose manager happens into Hadley's office to draw up a life contract, gives Bill the idea, so Bill loses no time in assuring "Sylves" that his fortune will be made providing he puts his future in Bill's hands. In due time Bill gets a match with his "brush pusher" against "Knock 'em Dead Kelly." Bill figures that Ethel, with all her attractiveness, ought to help a lot, so he arranges with her to be at the ringside, and if she sees that things are not going the right way for "Sylves" to use all her cunning and make an impression with "Knock 'em Dead Kelly." Ethel, true to her promise, starts in, and as Bill figured, "Knock 'em Dead Kelly" becomes more interested in Ethel than in his opponent, and during a careless moment, one that puts an end to all hopes of "Sylves" over becoming a champion.
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Foiled Again
MovieSep 20, 1914

Foiled Again

Ralph Coises, a stage villain, sees Moitle Perry and falls in love …
Ralph Coises, a stage villain, sees Moitle Perry and falls in love with her. Percy Basker, a dude farmhand, is her accepted lover and they are to be married as soon as she has enough money saved up. Ralph pays court to Moitle, but she repulses him. He swears revenge, and prepares to act like a typical villain, but finds that Percy has stolen his cigarettes in order to foil him. Ralph is balked and forswears his revenge until he can get a cigarette. But Percy's father, the constable, prohibits the sale of these articles, and Ralph has to go to another town to get them. Returning Percy foils him again by doping him and shaving his curling black moustaches, without which he cannot work at the trade of villain. Waiting until they are grown again, he seizes the scornful Moitle and ties her to the railroad track. Days pass, but no train comes. Then he learns from a native that "there hain't been a train on this line for more'n five years." As his next play he puts the poor girl in an abandoned cistern and leaves her to her fate. As the water rises higher and higher, Moitle keeps herself from drowning by drinking the water as fast as it comes in. Later Ralph seeks to blow her up, but having no match to light the fuse, borrows one from the unsuspicious Percy. Just at the psychological moment, however, he receives word from the Villains' Union that they had made a mistake and sent him after the wrong girl; Moitle hasn't a cent. So it's all off.
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Bill Goes in Business for Himself
MovieSep 13, 1914

Bill Goes in Business for Himself

Bill, on arriving at the lunch …
Bill, on arriving at the lunch counter where he has been a steady customer, finds that the proprietor has boosted his prices, much to the disgust of Bill. To show his hatred for said proprietor. Bill, with Izzy as a partner and Ethel as manageress, decide to open a lunch room in an unoccupied office. They procure all the food and coffee at home, while mothers and fathers are not looking and open up to what promises to be a rushing business. Alas, in the middle of their success the rival lunchman happens along and notifies the janitor, also Billy's boss, who comes and puts an end to Bill's aspirations as a connoisseur of rare dishes. Bill and Izzy are compelled to clean up the office after which they decide they are better fitted for office boys.
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The Mascot
MovieSep 6, 1914

The Mascot

The suitor for Fay's hand runs up against her father, who …
The suitor for Fay's hand runs up against her father, who refuses his attentions to his daughter because he is lacking in this world's goods, and the suitor goes away discouraged. Soon after, a traveler comes to town with a Hindu image he has stolen in India, a Mascot of the Gods, and trailed by two Hindu priests who have sworn to kill the person they find with it in their possession. Closely pursued by the Hindus, the traveler in passing Fay's home, hastily throws it in the open window, hitting the father, who thinks his daughter gave it to him in that unceremonious manner. Being a nut collector of antiques and things, the old man is delighted with it. Later, however, he reads in a paper that the Hindus have threatened death to the possessor of the Mascot of their Gods and the father is scared stiff. The police have been offered a large reward for the return by the Hindus, who have left town, but when the collector offers the Mascot they refuse to have anything to do with it, scared of their lives. The collector then has all sorts of hard luck trying to get rid of the Mascot, but with no luck at all. The suitor finally reads of the death threat and with a pal, and in the confidence of Fay. he dresses up as a Hindu and with his pal call on the father and offer to return the Mascot for a consideration, a sum of money and Fay's hand, and father is obliged to consent. The real Hindus return and the suitor runs into them and is forced to disgorge the Mascot and the money, but as he has the girl he is content.
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Bill Organizes a Union
MovieAug 30, 1914

Bill Organizes a Union

Bill, being careless about his …
Bill, being careless about his duties, the boss arranges a set of rules for his observances. Bill and his pals, therefore, decide to right their wrongs and organize a union. They chip in a nickel apiece and buy themselves badges with the money. The vice-president of the union loses his job the next day, and calls on Bill to call a strike on account of his being discharged. They demand Izzy's job back, and threaten to strike if he is not taken back. They parade through the building and Bill's boss has the fire department turn the hose on them. They are disrupted and dragged back to work in disgrace.
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Bill Saves the Day
MovieAug 16, 1914

Bill Saves the Day

Bill the office boy wants the boss to get an electric fan so he …
Bill the office boy wants the boss to get an electric fan so he warms the thermometer up, and makes him think it is very warm. The fan is brought and put in Bill's room by mistake. Jimmy, the electrician, teaches Bill how to gamble with the fan by numbering the blades. The idea works out well, though there is going on in the Boss' office a conference between Trust Magnates, and the Boss would like to know why the fan hasn't arrived. Various other office boys join the little game outside, for nickels, and one loses under what he thinks is fraud. So he goes downstairs and complains to a policeman, who comes upstairs to raid the game. In the meantime, it has ended in so loud an argument that the Boss has come out and found the fan, and taken it into his private office. There the Magnates see the numbers on the blades and Bill is sent for to explain them. He does so, and the Magnates get interested and open a game themselves, to Hadley's disgust, he wanting them to attend to business. At the thick of their game, when they, like the office boys, begin quarreling, the policeman breaks in and comes near arresting them, being persuaded not to only by Hadley's entreaties and something else. The policeman goes out, mollified, and Bill is made to clean the numbers off the fan, after which business is resumed, and Bill is sent out, to count up his earnings.
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The Deceiver
MovieJun 21, 1914

The Deceiver

Simon Jenks, always out of cash, falls in love with Bridgeen, an …
Simon Jenks, always out of cash, falls in love with Bridgeen, an enterprising cook. "Sure and when you'll be having a nice, tidy sum in the bank one of these days," says she, "I'll think about it, maybe." Jenks is naturally opposed to work. He put on some old togs and a pair of blue goggles placards himself with "Help the Blind," and succeeded in collecting quite a bit of change. Meanwhile Clancy his rival, is cutting out Jenks with the cook. The latter sees Clancy calling on Bridgeen off his beat and gives the police the tip. The cop is caught, degraded and transferred to a lonely part of town where saloons are not. Bridgeen turns him down. Jenks marries the cook. She refuses to work anymore, and Jenks is forced to sham blind man again. He avoids the neighborhood where he is already known to the police, and in picking an unfamiliar quarter of the town, gets into Clancy's precinct. His ex-rival recognizes him, beats him up and hauls him in. Jenks has to send for his wife to get out of jail, and is sentenced by Bridgeen to work for a living the rest of his days.
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Hubby to the Rescue
MovieJun 14, 1914

Hubby to the Rescue

Jane Mersey got to the point where she had to have a little fun or …
Jane Mersey got to the point where she had to have a little fun or die. John, her husband, always was too busy to take her anywhere, so when an agreeable young man, whom she chanced to meet, at the home of a mutual friend asked her to lunch with him next day, she accepted with alacrity. She did not quite catch Jerry Harcourt's name on introduction, and he was equally vague as to the identity of his new acquaintance. However, this was one of the cases where ignorance is bliss. Jane and Jerry met incognito, and had enjoyed a sumptuous meal. When the waiter slid his checque to him, Harcourt discovered that he had left all his cash in his other clothes at home. Concealing his agitation from the lady, he rushed to the phone. Calling up his old acquaintance, John Mersey, he told him that he must have five dollars right off the bat. Mersey, always a friend in need, promised to run right around to the café with the sum. When John arrived, and saw for himself, he changed his mind. He dragged Jane away, and Jerry was left to be plundered of watch and raiment by the restaurant keeper.
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The Last Drink of Whiskey
MovieJun 7, 1914

The Last Drink of Whiskey

Only one drink of whiskey is …
Only one drink of whiskey is left in Red Gulch, and the pack train won't arrive for thirty days. The one drink, which isn't to be had for love or money, reposes in a bottle on a table in the middle of the barroom, guarded by twelve armed men. Desperate Rudolph makes up his mind that the whiskey shall be his. He rises in the morning, kisses his wife and his son, Little Willie, and starts out for his career of crime. Creeping into the barroom, he forces the guard to line up. Then, with a single bullet, he shoots down the whole twelve like a row of ninepins. Rudolph stands in the road, getting ready to drink the whiskey, when he is seen by the sheriff. The officer of the law gallops past and snatches the bottle. At a signal from Rudolph, his desperate gang surround him. They give chase, wrenching the bottle from the sheriff who, by a clever trick, escapes alive. The sheriff rides hot-footed to the headquarters of the vigilantes, and all give pursuit. With Desperate Rudolph and his gang in one wagon, and the vigilantes in another, the race leads over a high bluff. Rudolph's vehicle gets on fire, and reaching the top first, he and his men pile out and push the wagon over on their adversaries. The sheriff, however, is not to be so lightly vanquished. The vigilantes scale the bluff and a brisk fight ensues, in which Rudolph and his gang shoot down every member of the opposition. Victorious at last, Rudolph prepares to enjoy his whiskey. But private monopoly of the treasure causes mutiny in the gang, and he is forced to shoot all his followers before he can have his drink unmolested. After long tribulation, he stands with the liquor almost to his lips. While his father has been cavorting about the country, little Willie has spent the day in the orchard, thoughtfully making the most of a windfall of green apples. His mother finds him, doubled up, and seizing him, starts out in frantic search of aid. They reach Rudolph just as he is putting the bottle to his lips. There is nothing to do but pour the whiskey down little Willie. But this is too much for Rudolph. He falls in an apoplectic fit, and gives up the ghost.
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Nell's Eugenic Wedding
MovieMay 24, 1914

Nell's Eugenic Wedding

Nell's Eugenic Wedding is a …
Nell's Eugenic Wedding is a lost 1914 silent comedy of one reel directed by Edward Dillon. It is a primitive example by Anita Loos of what is called in modern terms a Gross-out film. Tod Browning, here just an actor, would later achieve renown as a director. Most reviewers 'damned' the film as repugnant or tasteless.
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The Man in the Couch
MovieMay 17, 1914

The Man in the Couch

Ronald, the villain, upon proposing to Mabel and receiving no …
Ronald, the villain, upon proposing to Mabel and receiving no encouragement, leaves, vowing to discover his hated rival. He conceals himself in a folding couch and has himself delivered to Mabel, so that he may learn who is the object of her affections. In due course he arrives at Mabel's and raising the lid, finds Mabel entertaining the one man. Jack, during his visit, smokes many cigarettes and accidentally sets fire to the couch. To assure Mabel there is no cause for fear, he throws the couch, including Ronald, out of the window. It goes through a roof landing in an anarchists' den, who are in league with Ronald. They in turn throw it through the window and it lands in a police station, starting a fire on each visit, calling out the fire department and police. Eventually all is calmed, but poor Ronald is much upset and convinced that it is better not to force oneself where they are not wanted.
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The Battle of the Sexes
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MovieApr 12, 1914

The Battle of the Sexes

Frank Andrews is a …
Frank Andrews is a successful businessman. He has always found pride and joy in the company of his wife, son and daughter. He suddenly finds himself enthralled by the advances of a gay young woman siren, who lives in the same apartment house as he does. So marked an influence does she have over him as time progresses that at last he quite forgets his home ties, neglects his family, and goes the way of many other men who have forgotten the meaning of paternity and blood ties. The story is advanced through many scenes enacted with the accompanying notes of New York's night life, and the denouement comes when the faithful wife discovers her husband's infidelity. At this time the mother's mind nearly loses balance, while Jane, the beautiful daughter, crazed by the grief of her mother, determines to take part in the tragedy. With revolver in hand she steals up to the apartment of the woman, but her frail nature is overcome by the temperamental anger of the woman and her mission fails. However, the errand is not fraught with failure for the father, coming in at this moment, finds his daughter being made love to by the sweetheart of the young woman, and realizes the road upon which he has traveled. When he confronts his daughter and says, "You, my daughter, what are you doing here?" The daughter answers, "My father, what are you doing here?" The realization is brought home to the father's mind that the law of moral ethics that governs a woman's life necessarily governs that of wan as well. Reformation comes in his character. He takes his daughter away with him and together they go back to their home of happiness and content.
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After Her Dough
MovieMar 25, 1914

After Her Dough

A very wealthy heiress decides to make her home in Quietville …
A very wealthy heiress decides to make her home in Quietville and realizing her immense fortune in jewels as well as money needs protection, she has the police stationed around the house. Of course, the news travels and attracts the yeggs as well as the Anarchist, haters of society. The yeggs decide to represent themselves as police so visit the station house and after applying the poison needle to the sleeping policemen don their clothes and send their pal to rob the house of the heiress. They then wait to get word from him that his job is complete so they can help him carry off the loot without being suspected. In the meantime a citizen oversees the anarchists plotting and phones the police. The impostors, thinking it is their pal hasten to the house mentioned and run into the anarchists' den who have been previously informed of their coming. Alas, the fake police are met with a warm reception. In the meantime the heiress phones. The police who by this time have recovered. They hasten over to her home and catch the crook at work. The anarchists chase the impostors back to the police station and end their schemes with the aid of a bomb. When the police return to the station with their prisoner they find their pals gone on to the sweet hereafter.
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1913
The Escape
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MovieJun 1, 1913

The Escape

A dramatic comparison between the mating habits of animals …
A dramatic comparison between the mating habits of animals and the way humans choose their own partners.
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1884
Fay Tincher
BirthApril 1884

Fay Tincher

Fay Tincher was born.
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