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Lydia Yeamans Titus

  • Dec 12, 1857 - Dec 30, 1929 (age 72)
  • 4' 9" (1.45 m)
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1930
Lummox
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MovieJan 13, 1930

Lummox

The story of Bertha, a young immigrant woman who …
The story of Bertha, a young immigrant woman who cleans the homes of the rich, and is largely ignored by them, except for a young poet who considers her a muse.
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1929
Lydia Yeamans Titus
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Lydia Yeamans Titus

Lydia Yeamans Titus passed away.
Shanghai Lady
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MovieNov 17, 1929

Shanghai Lady

Shanghai Lady is a 1929 American drama film directed by John …
Shanghai Lady is a 1929 American drama film directed by John S. Robertson and written by Houston Branch and Winifred Reeve. It is based on the 1910 play Drifting by John Colton and Daisy H. Andrews. The film stars Mary Nolan, James Murray, Lydia Yeamans Titus, Wheeler Oakman, Anders Randolf, and Yola d'Avril. The film was released on November 17, 1929, by Universal Pictures.
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1928
While the City Sleeps
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MovieSep 15, 1928

While the City Sleeps

A tough New York cop is …
A tough New York cop is determined to bring down a crook who has always managed to provide an alibi for the crimes he's been accused of, even though the detective knows he's guilty of committing them.
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The Water Hole
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MovieAug 25, 1928

The Water Hole

The Water Hole is a 1928 American Western film directed by F. …
The Water Hole is a 1928 American Western film directed by F. Richard Jones starring Jack Holt, Nancy Carroll, and John Boles It was based on a novel by Zane Grey and released by Paramount Pictures. The film had sequences filmed in Technicolor, and it was shot during July in Death Valley, California. No copies of The Water Hole are known to exist, suggesting that it is a lost film.
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Two Lovers
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MovieMar 23, 1928

Two Lovers

Two Lovers (1928) is a silent feature film directed by Fred …
Two Lovers (1928) is a silent feature film directed by Fred Niblo, and produced by Samuel Goldwyn.
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1927
Upstream
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MovieJan 30, 1927

Upstream

Among the residents of a theatrical boarding house is the last …
Among the residents of a theatrical boarding house is the last member of a once great acting family, down on his luck. When an offer to star in a London "Hamlet" comes, he takes lessons from a faded former star, and goes on to huge success as he forgets his old friends.
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1926
Irene
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MovieJan 24, 1926

Irene

Irene, a feisty Irish girl in Philadelphia, clashes with …
Irene, a feisty Irish girl in Philadelphia, clashes with her family and walks out, heading to New York City to seek fame and fortune. She gets a job as a dressmaker's model and becomes involved with Donald, the scion of a wealthy family. Donald's mother doesn't approve of Irene and sets out to discredit her in Donald's eyes.
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1925
The Talker
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MovieMay 11, 1925

The Talker

The Talker is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by …
The Talker is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Alfred E. Green and starring Anna Q. Nilsson, Lewis Stone and Shirley Mason.
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Up the Ladder
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MovieMay 3, 1925

Up the Ladder

Jane secretly funds her husband's company, and all goes well …
Jane secretly funds her husband's company, and all goes well until success makes him stray.
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The Rag Man
MovieFeb 16, 1925

The Rag Man

Tim Kelly is an orphan who runs away after his orphanage …
Tim Kelly is an orphan who runs away after his orphanage burns down. Presumed to be killed in the fire, he is able to roam the streets of New York freely. He meets Max Ginsberg, an old ...
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The Arizona Romeo
MovieJan 4, 1925

The Arizona Romeo

The Arizona Romeo released.
1924
Tarnish
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MovieAug 1, 1924

Tarnish

Owing to her father's irresponsible self-indulgence with other …
Owing to her father's irresponsible self-indulgence with other women, Letitia Tevis has to support her parents, and she works with Emmet Carr, who is in love with her. When her father is victimized by manicurist Nettie Dark, Letitia demands a return of his money. She is disillusioned by Emmet's presence in the girl's apartment, but eventually she realizes his innocence and finds happiness with him.
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A Boy of Flanders
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MovieApr 7, 1924

A Boy of Flanders

A Boy of Flanders is a 1924 American silent family drama …
A Boy of Flanders is a 1924 American silent family drama film directed by Victor Schertzinger and written by Max Abramson. It's based on the 1872 novel A Dog of Flanders by Ouida. The film stars Jackie Coogan, Nigel De Brulier, and Lionel Belmore. The film was released on April 7, 1924, by Metro-Goldwyn.
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Cytherea
MovieApr 3, 1924

Cytherea

Cytherea is a lost 1924 American silent romantic drama film …
Cytherea is a lost 1924 American silent romantic drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Alma Rubens, Constance Bennett, and Norman Kerry. Based on the novel Cytherea, Goddess of Love, by Joseph Hergesheimer and was adapted for the screen by Frances Marion. Cytherea features two dream sequences filmed in an early version of the Technicolor color film process.
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1923
The Wanters
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MovieNov 26, 1923

The Wanters

Elliot Worthington falls in love with Myra, the maid in his sister's …
Elliot Worthington falls in love with Myra, the maid in his sister's household. Myra is dismissed; Elliot finds her, proposes marriage, and returns home with his new bride. She is snubbed by his relatives and shocked by the hypocrisy of his wealthy friends. Disillusioned, she runs away: Elliot follows and saves her from being hit by a train when her foot gets caught in a switch.
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Big Dan
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MovieOct 14, 1923

Big Dan

Big Dan is a 1923 American drama film directed by William A. …
Big Dan is a 1923 American drama film directed by William A. Wellman and written by Frederic Hatton and Fanny Hatton. The film stars Buck Jones, Marian Nixon, Ben Hendricks Jr., Trilby Clark, Jacqueline Gadsden and Charles Coleman. The film was released on October 14, 1923, by Fox Film Corporation.
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The Famous Mrs. Fair
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MovieFeb 19, 1923

The Famous Mrs. Fair

The Famous Mrs. Fair is a 1923 American silent drama film …
The Famous Mrs. Fair is a 1923 American silent drama film produced by Louis B. Mayer, distributed through Metro Pictures, and directed by Fred Niblo. The film is based on the Broadway play of the same name by James Forbes that had starred Blanche Bates in the 1919 theatre season. Brief behind-the-scenes production footage is extant in the recently restored Souls for Sale (1923). A copy is held at George Eastman House, donated by MGM for preservation.
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1922
Beauty's Worth
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MovieMar 18, 1922

Beauty's Worth

Prudence Cole is an unsophisticated Quaker girl …
Prudence Cole is an unsophisticated Quaker girl being raised by her two aunts. Prudence is flirted with by snobbish Henry Garrison, who actually disdains the girl for her lack of worldliness and savoir faire. When Henry and his friends try to embarrass her at a posh resort, Prudence turns the tables on them.
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Two Kinds of Women
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MovieJan 22, 1922

Two Kinds of Women

The daughter of a wealthy ranch-owner, Judith Sanford, …
The daughter of a wealthy ranch-owner, Judith Sanford, returns from the East when her father dies so as to take charge of his ranch. She finds Bayne Trevor, the ranch manager, in league with a rival concern, and she fires him after she buys out a third partner. Trevor has the payroll stolen, tries to corrupt her men, breeds discontent, and tries to obstruct her cattle business. With the assistance of Bud Lee, her foreman who remains loyal, she wins out and in the process falls in love with him. Pollock Hampton, one of Judith's partners, becomes Trevor's dupe but realizes his mistake when Judith is kidnapped; he then assists Bud in rescuing her.
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1921
His Nibs
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MovieOct 22, 1921

His Nibs

His Nibs is a 1921 American comedy film directed by …
His Nibs is a 1921 American comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Chic Sale and Colleen Moore.
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The Invisible Power
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MovieOct 1, 1921

The Invisible Power

The Invisible Power is a 1921 American crime melodrama …
The Invisible Power is a 1921 American crime melodrama film directed by Frank Lloyd and released by Goldwyn Pictures.
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The Freeze-Out
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MovieApr 9, 1921

The Freeze-Out

A stranger rides Into the town of Broken Buckle and threatens …
A stranger rides Into the town of Broken Buckle and threatens to open a new gambling establishment to rival the one operated by Denver Red and Headlight Whipple. The latter's sister, Zoe, who disapproves of her brother's saloon and is the local schoolteacher and owner of a notions store, tries to interest The Stranger in reforming the vice-ridden community. Pretending to ignore her, he opens his hall as a new school and library. He settles his score with the partners by gambling for their lives, and after their cowardly escape he wins Zoe.
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Beau Revel
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MovieMar 20, 1921

Beau Revel

Here's an expose on the life of a womanizing dandy, directed …
Here's an expose on the life of a womanizing dandy, directed by John Griffith Wray and starring the likes of Lewis Stone and Lloyd Hughes. Vintage movie buffs take note of leading lady Florence Vidor, one of the great beauties of the silent era, who immediately retired from the business with the advent of sound.
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All Dolled Up
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MovieMar 1, 1921

All Dolled Up

Spinster heiress Eva Bundy, who is in love with Rodolpho, a …
Spinster heiress Eva Bundy, who is in love with Rodolpho, a swindler after her money, is saved by cashier Maggie Quick from being robbed in a department store. When a jealous rival presents evidence of Rodolpho's previous marriage, Eva is heartbroken and sends her elegant wardrobe to Maggie as a reward. In escaping from an unwelcome admirer, Maggie meets James Montgomery Johnson, whom she believes to be an aristocrat; actually, he is Eva's chauffeur. Together they succeed in averting a blackmail plot against Miss Bundy, and as a result she adopts the couple, who then decide to marry.
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1920
Deep Waters
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MovieOct 10, 1920

Deep Waters

Deep Waters is a lost 1920 American silent drama film …
Deep Waters is a lost 1920 American silent drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and written by F. Hopkinson Smith, Michael Morton and John Gilbert. The film stars Rudolph Christians, Barbara Bedford, John Gilbert, Florence Deshon, Jack McDonald, Henry Woodward, and George Nichols. The film was released on October 10, 1920, by Paramount Pictures.
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Go and Get It
MovieJul 18, 1920

Go and Get It

An intrepid newspaper reporter attempts to solve a series of …
An intrepid newspaper reporter attempts to solve a series of murders committed by a gorilla carrying the transplanted brain of a human.
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Water, Water, Everywhere
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MovieFeb 8, 1920

Water, Water, Everywhere

A saloon is pressured to …
A saloon is pressured to close down by the ladies of the local temperance society, and a soda shop is opened up instead. The local men get their revenge by hiring the prettiest young women they can find to work there. Complications ensue.
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The Prince of Avenue A
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MovieJan 11, 1920

The Prince of Avenue A

Barry O'Connor, son of …
Barry O'Connor, son of Patrick O'Connor, plumber and political power, is called to the residence of William Tompkins whom he is to "put over" in the coming election.
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1919
The World and Its Woman
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MovieSep 7, 1919

The World and Its Woman

A Russian peasant girl rises …
A Russian peasant girl rises to fame as an operatic diva. She becomes beloved of a Russian prince. When the 1917 revolution overthrows the czar's government, the pair attempts to cross the icy steppes and find their way to America.
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The Fear Woman
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MovieJun 8, 1919

The Fear Woman

When her drunken father dies from falling down stairs on the …
When her drunken father dies from falling down stairs on the night of her engagement announcement, Helen Winthrop finds a note from him warning that drinking has ruined the family's past four generations. She breaks her engagement to lawyer Robert Craig so that she can test herself as she fears that her children might inherit the habit. After sacrificing her reputation to save that of her adulterous married friend Stella Scarr, Helen goes to a resort hotel where she wins a tennis tournament and flirts with Percy Farwell, the son of social climber Mrs. Honorah Farwell. In order to break up her son's romance with a supposedly disgraced woman, Mrs. Farwell hires Robert Craig. During a party, Percy announces their engagement, and Helen acts intoxicated to test Robert's feelings for her. When Mrs. Farwell convinces Stella's husband Sidney to accuse Helen of wrongdoing, Robert fights him. Helen then accepts Robert's love and admits she was only drinking ginger ale.
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A Yankee Princess
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MovieApr 21, 1919

A Yankee Princess

A Yankee Princess is a 1919 American silent comedy …
A Yankee Princess is a 1919 American silent comedy-drama film produced and distributed by the Vitagraph Company of America. It was directed by David Smith and stars Bessie Love, who also wrote the screenplay. It is a lost film.
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Partners Three
MovieMar 23, 1919

Partners Three

Partners Three is a 1919 American silent Western film directed …
Partners Three is a 1919 American silent Western film directed by Fred Niblo. Nitrate and/or acetate copy exist at the Library of Congress. Prints held at the Library of Congress and UCLA Film and Television Archive.
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A Romance of Happy Valley
MovieJan 26, 1919

A Romance of Happy Valley

John Logan leaves his …
John Logan leaves his parents and sweetheart in bucolic Happy Valley to make his fortune in the city. Those he left behind become miserable and beleaguered in his absence, but after several...
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1918
All Night
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MovieNov 30, 1918

All Night

A married society couple (Dorian and Warren) persuade an …
A married society couple (Dorian and Warren) persuade an unmarried pair (Valentino and Myers) to take their places at a party while they pretend to be the servants.
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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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Phoney Photos
MovieJul 3, 1918

Phoney Photos

Phoney Photos released.
1917
The Birth of Patriotism
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MovieApr 30, 1917

The Birth of Patriotism

The Birth of Patriotism released.
1916
The Right to Be Happy
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MovieDec 15, 1916

The Right to Be Happy

Scrooge was a "grouch," the …
Scrooge was a "grouch," the greatest the world of literature has ever known. His former partner, Jacob Marley, had been dead more than seven years when the eventful Christmas Eve closed in on London. So imbued had Scrooge become with greed for money that his world, his sun, moon and stars were represented in bank notes and the securities he dealt in. He had not given Marley a thought since the day he buried him, and Scrooge celebrated that day by driving the best of business bargains. On this Christmas Eve Bob Cratchit, his faithful clerk, had been sent home with a gruff word instead of a "Merry Christmas" and had been told because he was to have the day off he must come to work extra early on the following morning. Scrooge's nephew had made his accustomed call to ask the old "grouch" to dine with him; and Scrooge had been his usual surly self in refusing. Kind-hearted collectors for charity had called, and Scrooge had turned them away with a snarl. There was no Christmas spirit, so far as Scrooge was concerned, and in his accustomed mood of "grouchiness" he ate his lonely meal and went to his lodgings, embittered, morose and decidedly "anti-Christmas" in spirits. In lodgings so cold that anybody but Scrooge would freeze, the old "grouch" prepared to spend the night. He was so miserly that he would not burn coal or use candles to dispel the gloom. Outside the cold was growing more intense; the merry voices of young and old picking up Christmas cheer and passing glad tidings in friendly salutations, grated on Scrooge's ears and made him hate more bitterly the world and everybody in it. Suddenly Scrooge is aroused by the clanking of chains and footfalls on the stairs, and before he realized what was transpiring the ghost of Jacob Marley was standing at Scrooge's elbow. The subsequent events transpired through the visits of three ghostly messengers: Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. These apparitions led Scrooge through his childhood, youth and manhood; recalled in vivid reality the varying phases of his career, and Christmas Future shows him what he may expect, under conditions that involve his change of heart and attitude toward mankind. When Scrooge awakens we see his change of heart, exemplified in wondrous ways; behold him as the kindly man, bubbling over with the Christmas spirit; see him transfigured, a lovable and kindly old man, solely bent upon making up in charitable and humane deeds for the wasted years of his ill-spent life.
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Felix on the Job
MovieOct 31, 1916

Felix on the Job

Felix on the Job is a 1916 silent comedy film directed by …
Felix on the Job is a 1916 silent comedy film directed by George Felix and starring Lon Chaney.
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The Mark of Cain
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MovieAug 7, 1916

The Mark of Cain

The Mark of Cain is a 1916 American silent drama film …
The Mark of Cain is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by Joe De Grasse and starring Lon Chaney.
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Davy Crockett
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MovieJul 16, 1916

Davy Crockett

Fearless Indian fighter Davy Crockett, but is very timid …
Fearless Indian fighter Davy Crockett, but is very timid around women, so he finds it impossible to tell Eleanor Vaughn how much he loves her. Hoping to inspire Davy, Eleanor reads Lochinvar to him, but even Walter Scott's romantic poem about a man who saves the woman he loves from marrying someone else seems to make little immediate impression. Then, Neil Crampton, interested in the sizable Vaughn fortune, begins courting the impatient Eleanor. Even though she loves Davy, she finally agrees to marry Neil, but on the wedding day, Davy decides to take Lochinvar out of England and bring him to the frontier. As a result, just before the bride and groom take their vows, Davy kidnaps Eleanor and marries her.
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David Garrick
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MovieApr 30, 1916

David Garrick

In mid-eighteenth century London, actor David Garrick, who is …
In mid-eighteenth century London, actor David Garrick, who is bringing about the acceptance of the stage among the aristocracy, falls in love for the first time with a woman watching him play "Romeo" at the Drury Lane Theatre. He fails to learn her identity, and, after searching for weeks, despairs of finding her. Soon after, Simon Ingot, a wealthy tradesman, offers Garrick money to leave England, because his daughter Ada has fallen in love with the actor. Garrick refuses the money, and after giving his word as an actor that he will not marry any man's daughter unless her father asks with hat in hand, offers to cure Ada's fascination at a dinner party. Although Garrick discovers that Ada is the woman whom he loves, he honors his promise and behaves like a drunkard until she orders him to leave. When the story is told in a tavern, Ada's rejected suitor, dissolute Squire Richard Chivy, hears it and then tells Ada while he is half-intoxicated. Ada visits Garrick in his rooms where Ingot finds her, but after he realizes Garrick's true character, he consents to their marriage.
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He Fell in Love with His Wife
MovieFeb 17, 1916

He Fell in Love with His Wife

A widowed farmer, failing in …
A widowed farmer, failing in his efforts to find a woman capable of running his household, decides to marry a young woman he believes can fill the bill. Wat he doesn't know is that she is running away from a brutish and violent husband, whom she has discovered is also a bigamist, and that her angry and vengeful husband is looking for her.
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Madame la Presidente
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MovieFeb 6, 1916

Madame la Presidente

Mademoiselle Gobette, a pretty young actress, visits the …
Mademoiselle Gobette, a pretty young actress, visits the offices of the Minister of Justice, Cyprienne Gaudet. Simultaneously, Madame Galipaux arrives to speak to the Minister on behalf of her husband. Gaudet mistakes Madame Galipaux for the new cleaning woman, and Mademoiselle Gobette for Madame Galipaux, leading to farcical complications when Monsieur Galipaux arrives.
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The Tongues of Men
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MovieJan 6, 1916

The Tongues of Men

The Tongues of Men is a 1916 silent film drama produced …
The Tongues of Men is a 1916 silent film drama produced by the Oliver Morosco Company and distributed by Paramount Pictures. Frank Lloyd directed and English stage actress Constance Collier stars in her debut film. The story is based on a 1913 Broadway play, The Tongues of Men, by Edward Childs Carpenter and starring Henrietta Crosman.
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1915
Jane
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MovieDec 6, 1915

Jane

To obtain an increase in his income from his wealthy uncle, …
To obtain an increase in his income from his wealthy uncle, Charles Shackleton must stop his wild bachelor ways and marry. Charles proposes to Lucy Norton, but her father refuses his permission. Undaunted, Charles tells his uncle he has married and receives his increased allowance. A year later the uncle announces an upcoming visit, and Charles begins a frantic search for a temporary wife, offering Jane, the maid, five hundred dollars to play the part of Mrs. Shackleton. Secretly married to William, the butler, Jane undertakes the role without her husband's knowledge, causing him much confusion and jealousy. When the uncle demands to see "the baby," Jane snatches one from an unsuspecting washerwoman, who later catches the uncle with her child and calls the police on him. Further complications lead to Charles' pleading proposal to Lucy and then finally to the truth, which leaves everyone satisfied.
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The Yankee Girl
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MovieOct 25, 1915

The Yankee Girl

The Yankee Girl is a 1915 silent film comedy produced by …
The Yankee Girl is a 1915 silent film comedy produced by Oliver Morosco, distributed by Paramount Pictures and starring Blanche Ring, from the Broadway stage. This film though a comedy is actually based on Ring's 1910 musical-comedy play of the same name. Being a silent film of course Ring's singing could not be heard by the film audiences but they would get the rare chance of seeing this Broadway star in a film as many could not afford to make the journey to New York to see her in person in the play.
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Fatherhood
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MovieOct 4, 1915

Fatherhood

A ranch man saves a baby girl from Indians. Years later he …
A ranch man saves a baby girl from Indians. Years later he unknowingly finds her and falls in love.
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Bound on the Wheel
MovieJul 25, 1915

Bound on the Wheel

Family Gertz live in a tenement room.Below them live the …
Family Gertz live in a tenement room.Below them live the Couöahans, a crude family.Tom loves Cora but she don't like his family.After time she agree and marry him and lives with his whole family.When Toms father died he became a drunkard and when Mrs Coulahan dies all the household is upon Cora.Hans a friend from Germany come to looks after her.Tom want to rob him.Cora takes medicine to commit suicide.Tom bullies her to help him robbing Hans.But Tom fills the glass with Coras suicide potion and drinks it down.Cora and Hans are happily reunited.
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Steady Company
MovieJul 6, 1915

Steady Company

Nan Brenner is a toiler in one of the large department stores. Her …
Nan Brenner is a toiler in one of the large department stores. Her mother, built on a large scale physically, virtually overawes the household. Her husband, failing to make a living in the past, she has taken in washing and forces him to do the labor. As a compensation for his work she gives him ten cents on every dollar that she makes. This sum immediately goes to swell the funds of the liquor trust. Jimmy Ford is a shipping clerk in a large wholesale house. Every evening he catches the car as it comes through the wholesale district and as the crowds usually get on downtown he always has a seat. He has noticed Nan many times and has offered his seat many times. She refuses each time. One rainy day he goes through the same routine and while waiting for Nan to take the seat, a laborer slips into it. Jimmy expostulates and a fight ensues, in which Jimmy throws the laborer out. Nan is weary and thankfully sinks into the disputed seat. When Nan goes to get off, she notices Jimmy has left his umbrella in the seat and takes it to him. He gets off with her and offers to share the umbrella with her. She at first refuses, and then reluctantly agrees. Jimmy gets a promise from Nan that she will go with him for a walk through the park the coming Sunday. At last the long awaited day arrives and the two lighthearted young folks set out. Passing several of her acquaintances. Nan hears them remark that she has a "steady." Near the zoo they see a poor drunken sot who is being baited by a crowd of boys. Nan, with horror, realizes it is her father. Jimmy, not knowing him, takes pity on him and runs the boys off and offers to take him home. Nan tells him it is her father and he tells to go on ahead that he will bring him home. Nan thinks her newly-found romance is over, for when they arrive home, Jimmy will see her home life as it really is. When Jimmy arrives home with the old man, his wife abruptly jerks him out of Jim's hands without even a word of thanks for his kindness. Nan has gone to her room and thrown herself sobbing upon the bed. As Jimmy starts to leave, he hears her and timidly knocks on her door. She bids him enter and he bashfully tells her that they had better go back and finish the rest of the peanuts he purchased. Out in the park later is found a young couple. The girl is shaking with sobs, while her protector has his arms around her vainly trying to soothe her. At last she raises her head and looks searchingly at him. Satisfied with her scrutiny, she surrenders into his eager embarrassed arms and as the story ends Jimmy takes his toll of kisses.
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1886
Frederick Titus
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Frederick Titus

Frederick Titus was born in 1861. He was an actor, known for …
Frederick Titus was born in 1861. He was an actor, known for The Little Pirate (1917), Money's Mockery (1917) and The Shot (1915). He was married to Lydia Yeamans Titus. He died on February 12, 1918 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
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1857
Lydia Yeamans Titus
BirthDecember 1857

Lydia Yeamans Titus

Lydia Yeamans Titus was born.
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