|The Lost World 1925 N/R, 101 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi / Horror
Director: Harry O. Hoyt
Cast: Wallace Beery, Bessie Love, Lewis Stone, Lloyd Hughes, Alma Bennett, Arthur Hoyt, Bull Montana, Charles Wellesley, Margaret McWade, Frank Finch Smiles, Jules Cowles, George Bunny, Arthur Conan Doyle, Virginia Brown Faire, Leo White
Based on a novel by A. Conan Doyle, this is the first of several versions of the book. Professor Challenger (Wallace Beery) insists that dinosaurs still live in the headwaters of the Amazon. An expedition is funded, and, indeed, the good professor is correct. Good special effects for the time, and this silent film holds up well today.
|The Temptress 1926 N/R, 117 min.|
Director: Fred Niblo, Mauritz Stiller
Cast: Greta Garbo, Antonio Moreno, Marc McDermott, Lionel Barrymore, Roy D'Arcy, Armand Kaliz, Virginia Brown Faire, Robert Anderson, Francis McDonald, Hector Sarno
The Marquise, Elena (Greta Garbo), is a beautiful woman, but she brings destruction to all with her enticements that drive men crazy.
|West of the Divide 1934 N/R, 54 min.|
Genre: Western / Romance
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: John Wayne, Virginia Brown Faire, George "Gabby" Hayes, Lloyd Whitlock, Yakima Canutt, Billy O'Brien, Earl Dwire, Philip Kieffer, Archie Ricks, Blackie Whiteford, Lafe McKee, Dick Dickinson, Horace B. Carpenter, Hal Taliaferro, Tex Palmer
Ted Hayden (John Wayne) is searching for his missing younger brother Spud (Billy O'Brien) and for the killer of his mother and father. Impersonating an outlaw named Gat Ganns, Ted joins Mr. Gentry's (Lloyd Whitlock) gang. Ted falls in love with Fay Winters (Virginia Brown Faire) and saves her ranch from Gentry's gang. He also rescues Spud and later learns that it is Gentry who killed his parents.
|1. The Lost World (1925)|
2. The Temptress (1926)
3. West of the Divide (1934)
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