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Ephemeral Films

Ephemeral films are non-fiction films usually made for educational, industrial, or promotional purposes. The two classic ephemeral film collections found on the Archive are the Prelinger Archives and AV Geeks.



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National Film Preservation Foundation
1897 Edison Manufacturing Co.
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This early sponsored film by Southern Pacific Railroad offers views of tourists at the opulent resort in Monterey, California. Note:  Among the other early titles promoting the sponsor are  Southern Pacific Overland Mail  and  Going Through the Tunnel .
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Topic: sponsored film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1897 Edison Mfg. Co.
movies

eye 764

favorite 6

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Early advertising film. Various national symbols—an American Indian, John Bull, Uncle Sam—appear in front of an ADMIRAL CIGARETTE sign. A showgirl leaps out to shower cigarettes on the group and unfolds a banner reading WE ALL SMOKE.
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Topic: sponsored film
Shaping San Francisco
1900
movies

eye 7,849

favorite 12

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Sped-up trip eastward along the old Sutro Steam railroad from Cliff house back towards the then-empty Golden Gate.
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Topics: Golden Gate, Lands End, railroad
Educational Films
1900 Clarke School for the Deaf
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eye 849

favorite 5

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Produced by the Clarke School for the Deaf
Topics: Deaf children, Hearing impaired children, Deaf, Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Shaping San Francisco
movies

eye 5,926

favorite 13

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3 seconds of the Cliff House from Ocean Beach, people milling about on the beach in the foreground.
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Topics: Cliff House, Ocean Beach, 1900
Shaping San Francisco
movies

eye 9,441

favorite 14

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Turn of the 19th century crowds at Ocean Beach
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Topics: Ocean Beach, Cliff House, 1900
Shaping San Francisco
1903
movies

eye 12,871

favorite 6

comment 1

Dedication of Dewey Monument in Union Square, c. 1903. St. Francis Hotel visible behind scene.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Union Square, Dewey Monument, 1903
Shaping San Francisco
movies

eye 13,719

favorite 2

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Difficult to discern, but President Teddy Roosevelt is in a procession heading up Van Ness in this short clip.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Teddy Roosevelt, Van Ness, parade
Shaping San Francisco
1906
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eye 23,094

favorite 18

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Footage taken about a month after the massive earthquake and fire of 1906.
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Topics: Earthquake, Fire, 1906
Educational Films
1909 Griffith, D. W. (David Wark), 1875-1948; Kirkwood, James; Miller, Christie, 3n; Arvidson, Linda; Norris, Frank, 1870-1902. Pit; Blackhawk Films
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eye 500

favorite 5

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Linda Arvidson, James Kirkwood, Christie Miller
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Topics: Short films, Motion pictures
A/V Geeks
1909 DW Griffith
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eye 496

favorite 5

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A gentleman with a top hat, and a series of women with ever more ludicrous hats enter a movie theatre. They refuse to remove them, until a giant bucket forcibly removes one hat. All but one woman then remove their hats, and the bucket returns to remove the woman. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at footage@avgeeks.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
Topic: silent comedy
National Film Preservation Foundation
1910 Vitagraph Company of America
movies

eye 856

favorite 3

comment 0

Charming one-reeler in which the family dog steps in to serve as matchmaker for two shy brothers. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Educational Films
1910 Cohl, Emile, 1857-1938; Cine Service
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eye 1,473

favorite 12

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Automatic Moving Company: Emile Cole Set in Greektown, one of Baltimore's ethnic neighborhoods, this cinema verite documentary focuses on four young immigrant women of the Greek community. Shows them living and growing up in a modern urban society with values and customs that differ from and often contradict those of their rural Greek heritage.
Topics: Animated films, Silent films, Short films
National Film Preservation Foundation
1910 Vitagraph Company of America
movies

eye 718

favorite 3

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Update of the classic fairy tale, set in a boarding house and featuring Mary Fuller. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1910 Edison Mfg. Co.
movies

eye 499

favorite 4

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Family melodrama showing what happens when a successful son tries to celebrate the holidays without his mother. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and The Museum of Modern Art.
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Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1910 Powers Picture Plays
movies

eye 636

favorite 3

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Early Pearl White vehicle in which a disgruntled suitor, claiming to hate all women, changes his tune after his girlfriend saves him from Indians. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and George Eastman Museum.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1910 Essanay Film Mfg. Co.
movies

eye 528

favorite 1

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Melodrama about an actress who must choose between career and family. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and UCLA Film & Television Archive.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Shaping San Francisco
movies

eye 4,399

favorite 11

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Hazel Lagenour, first woman to swim across the Golden Gate, in 1911, provided courtesy Bill Pickelhaupt.
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Topics: First swim, Golden Gate, Hazel Lagenour
National Film Preservation Foundation
1911 Kalem Film Company
movies

eye 1,099

favorite 8

comment 0

Documentary showing how to set underwater explosives, preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and The Museum of Modern Art.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Educational Films
movies

eye 446

favorite 5

comment 0

Silent short
Topics: McCay, Winsor, Cartoonists
National Film Preservation Foundation
1912 Essanay Film Manufacturing Company
movies

eye 507

favorite 4

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One-reel Essanay Western, preserved with the collaboration of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia and the Library of Congress.
Topic: silent film
Shaping San Francisco
1912
movies

eye 11,309

favorite 6

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Health inspectors walk up Chinatown alley
Topics: Chinatown, plague, alleys
National Film Preservation Foundation
1912 Kalem Co.
movies

eye 905

favorite 3

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Short in which a woman turns the tables on an overly amorous date by stealing his car. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1913 Vitagraph Company of America
movies

eye 343

favorite 2

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Touching melodrama in which a generations-old family rift is finally healed. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and UCLA Film & Television Archive.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1914
movies

eye 277

favorite 2

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Film urging the public to save money for major purchases. An ironworker learns that by building up a nest egg in a savings bank, he can eventually buy a comfortable house.
Topic: sponsored film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1914 Salisbury Wild Life Pictures
movies

eye 489

favorite 2

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Documentary about hunting in the Sacramento Delta, which ends with a plea for greater government regulation. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1914 Vitagraph Co. of America
movies

eye 595

favorite 1

comment 1

Fragment from a drama about the friendship between a white boy and the daughter of his family’s African American servant. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
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Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1914 Éclair American Company
movies

eye 808

favorite 3

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Long section from a Western filmed in Tucson, Arizona. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and The Museum of Modern Art.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Educational Films
1914 Edison Company
movies

eye 4,373

favorite 8

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From Journal of the Outdoor Life By National Tuberculosis Association February 1914: The plot of this year's picture, "The Temple of Moloch," is laid in a small village, the chief industries of which are some potteries, owned by Harrison Pratt. He also owns a group of dilapidated tenements, in which most of his employees live. Dr. Jordan, health officer of the village, is struck with the prevalence of tuberculosis, and on investigation finds that the unsanitary working conditions in...
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National Film Preservation Foundation
1915 Vitagraph Company of America
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eye 437

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Sidney Drew comedy in which an overtaxed host hatches a plot to rid his household of an obnoxious guest. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and George Eastman Museum.
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Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Shaping San Francisco
1915
movies

eye 8,995

favorite 14

comment 0

silent footage of a mass bike ride in Golden Gate Park in 1915 which was headed to the Panama-Pacific Int'l. Exposition.
Topics: bicycles, mass rides, 1915
Shaping San Francisco
1915
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eye 7,377

favorite 4

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Fatty Arbuckle and one of his adoring dames, posing for the publicity cameras of the PPIE in 1915.
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Topics: Fatty Arbuckle, PPIE, 1915
A/V Geeks
1915 Keystone Pictures
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eye 954

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The Keystone Kops, Mack Swain, Chester Conklin, Minta Durfee. Conklin steals Mack Swain's wife away in his sidecar motorcycle, but can't escape the Keystone Kops. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks 16mm Archive. Email us at footage@avgeeks.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topic: silent film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1915 Essanay Film Manufacturing Company
movies

eye 9,178

favorite 16

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Melodrama about a woman trapped in a loveless marriage, preserved in collaboration with the  New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Shaping San Francisco
movies

eye 5,885

favorite 6

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panoramic view of the PPIE on San Francisco's northern edge, 1915, as broadcast in a 1930s newsreel.
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Topics: PPIE, World's Fairs, Marina District
National Film Preservation Foundation
1915 Lyman H. Howe Company
movies

eye 13,603

favorite 17

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We are indebted to independent scholar  Charles “Buckey” Grimm  for identifying this 11-minute piece of the celebrated “lost” three-reel documentary  U.S. Navy of 1915 , produced by the Lyman H. Howe Company. (The piece had formerly been known only as “U.S. Navy Fragment.”) The film was made with the full support of the Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels, who believed in the power of motion pictures to convince isolationists of the importance of building a strong American...
Topics: navy, military
Shaping San Francisco
movies

eye 9,129

favorite 13

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Animation dramatizing the choice between "prosperity" and "anarchy, sedition, and lawlessness" in 1916
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Topics: Tom Mooney, Preparedness Day, bomb
National Film Preservation Foundation
1916 Universal Film Mfg. Co.
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eye 1,539

favorite 8

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First two reels of a Lois Weber feature in which a film inspires three sets of moviegoers to remake their lives. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1916 Ford Motor Co.
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eye 516

favorite 3

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Series of some 20 episodes, some with animation, illustrating news events and Ford-related subjects. This episode shows Buffalo Bill and the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, a celebration of the opening of the Ford Assembly Plant in Oklahoma City, a patriotic parade by Ford employees in Detroit, and President Woodrow Wilson attending a memorial service for Yuan Shikai, president of the Republic of China.  Note:   Film World and A-V News  reported that the series was distributed for virtually no fee...
Topic: sponsored film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1916 Vitagraph Company of America
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eye 401

favorite 1

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Comedy in which the put-upon Jinks pretends to enlist in order to avoid his wife. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
PeriscopeFilm
1916 U.S. Government
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eye 2,128

favorite 3

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Rare pre World War I (WWI) film depicting life in the U.S. Navy. Footage includes sailors playing baseball and football on the deck of battleship!
Topic: World War I US recruiting film.
National Film Preservation Foundation
1917 Educational Films Corporation of America
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eye 2,597

favorite 17

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1,000 feet from an educational documentary showing everyday life in China. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and The Museum of Modern Art.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1917 Dodge Brothers Motors
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eye 958

favorite 5

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Two parts of an epic industrial film chronicling the manufacture of automobiles. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
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Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Orgone Archive
1917 Bray Productions
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eye 76

favorite 1

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Bobby Bumps Starts for School We digitized and uploaded this film from the Orgone Cinema 16mm Archive. Email us at footage@avgeeks.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
Topics: school, animation, bray, orgone archive
Shaping San Francisco
1917
movies

eye 6,640

favorite 5

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West Portal tunnel under construction, Portola Drive cutting through empty surrounding hillsides.
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Topics: West Portal, Portola Drive, Sutro Forest
Shaping San Francisco
1917
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eye 8,358

favorite 14

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Before occupational health and safety, this is how excavation was done. A steam shovel is digging a tunnel for the SF Muni, c. 1917.
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Topics: steam shovel, digging tunnels, excavation
National Film Preservation Foundation
1917 China Film Company
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eye 2,194

favorite 19

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A 970-foot fragment, from Benjamin Brodsky’s ten-reel documentary, showing Peking in the 1910s. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and UCLA Film & Television Archive.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Shaping San Francisco
1917
movies

eye 7,481

favorite 9

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A strike begins at the Union Iron Works at the foot of Potrero Hill in 1917.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Strike, Potrero Hill, Union Iron Works
National Film Preservation Foundation
1917 Ford Motor Co.
movies

eye 829

favorite 2

comment 0

Promotional film for the all-purpose tractor introduced by Henry Ford & Son in 1917. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Shaping San Francisco
1917
movies

eye 8,763

favorite 12

comment 1

Silent footage of picketers marching through the streets and attacking a scab-driven streetcar at Haight and Buchanan during violent 1917 streetcar strike.
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Topics: Streetcar strike, URR, 1917
National Film Preservation Foundation
1917 Vitagraph Company of America
movies

eye 549

favorite 5

comment 0

Comedy set in a dance studio in which three rivals vie for the girl. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1918 Christie Comedies
movies

eye 645

favorite 3

comment 0

Wry marital comedy with a title that says it all. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and George Eastman Museum.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
PeriscopeFilm
1918 U.S. Navy
movies

eye 1,209

favorite 2

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While the Battle of the Atlantic that took place during WWII is well known, the struggle to get troops, man and supplies to Europe from the USA during World War I was also momentous. German U-boats took a frightening toll on American ships, and their brazen raids are in fact one of the key reasons America declared war on Germany and its allies. This film is a short portrait of the struggle, showing how lookouts, convoys, and new weapons such as the depth-charge-firing "Y gun" were...
Topic: U.S. Navy educational film.
National Film Preservation Foundation
1919 U.S. Motion Pictures Corporation
movies

eye 1,028

favorite 2

comment 0

Comedy about a writer’s neglected wife who devises her own story to make her point. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the George Eastman Museum.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1919 Ford Motor Co.
movies

eye 278

favorite 4

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Episode from Ford Educational Weekly , a documentary series showcasing American industries, cities, and tourist destinations.
Topic: sponsored film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1919 Benjamin Brodsky Moving Picture Co.
movies

eye 2,238

favorite 7

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Travelogue by Benjamin Brodsky spotlighting the work of Japanese women,  , preserved with the collaboration of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia and the George Eastman Museum.
Topics: silent film, sponsored film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1919 Famous Players–Lasky Educational Dept.
movies

eye 632

favorite 5

comment 1

Cartoon in which Buddy, Susie, and a cat scheme for a taste of homemade jam.  Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and UCLA Film & Television Archive.
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Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project, animation
National Film Preservation Foundation
1920 Bud Fisher Films
movies

eye 7,724

favorite 10

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Mutt and Jeff cartoon featuring live-action shots of Bud Fisher, creator of the original comic strip. Preserved  with the collaboration of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia and The  Museum of Modern Art.
Topics: silent film, cartoon
National Film Preservation Foundation
1920 Robert C. Bruce Scenics
movies

eye 1,002

favorite 25

comment 1

Travelogue capturing the romantic landscapes of the tropics. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and George Eastman Museum.
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Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1920 Vanity Comedies
movies

eye 802

favorite 2

comment 0

A one-reel farce, starring Billy Bletcher, in which a wife plots to keep her husband at home. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and The Museum of Modern Art.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1920 Pathé
movies

eye 502

favorite 3

comment 0

Slapstick short featuring Snub Pollard, preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1920 Worcester Film Corp.
movies

eye 494

favorite 5

comment 0

Docudrama encouraging immigrants to master English and become successful, assimilated Americans. In the story the poor English-language skills of an Italian immigrant limit his employment possibilities and lead to an on-the-job accident. Learning from his experience, the immigrant puts himself through night school, lands a factory job, advances to foreman, and becomes a community leader. The film includes scenes shot at the Hartford Rubber Works Co. Note:  According to Jan-Christopher Horak, ...
Topic: sponsored film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1920
movies

eye 1,113

favorite 7

comment 0

Early sex education film sponsored by the national group created to inform the public about sexuality and venereal disease. In  Gift of Life  a scientist helps a boy observe the reproductive processes of tiny plants and animals under a microscope and uses animated diagrams to explain the reproductive processes of higher animals and humans. Note:  The film was made for high school and college students, PTA groups, and similar audiences and praised by state educational authorities. It was...
Topic: sponsored film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1920 Chester Films
movies

eye 357

favorite 3

comment 0

Travelogue highlighting the wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1921 C.L. Chester Productions, Inc.
movies

eye 566

favorite 1

comment 0

Two-reeler in which Snooky the Humanzee, a chimp with the smarts of Rin Tin Tin, plies his detective skills to find kidnapped twins. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1921 Vanity Comedies
movies

eye 363

favorite 3

comment 0

Farce in which a prospective suitor wins a second look from his sweetheart’s father. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Educational Films
1921 William L Finley, Irene Finley
movies

eye 4,672

favorite 9

comment 3

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National Film Preservation Foundation
1921
movies

eye 501

favorite 2

comment 1

Newsreel with stories about burglar-proof mail containers, golfing moms, a prototype car phone, the Princeton crew team, and the latest fashions. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and UCLA Film & Television Archive.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1922 Hodkinson Films
movies

eye 6,581

favorite 15

comment 0

A tour of Filmdom with glimpses of celebrities Ramon Novarro, Jack Warner, Max Linder, and Vola Vale. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
Educational Films
1922 Ford Motor Company
movies

eye 4,923

favorite 17

comment 2

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National Film Preservation Foundation
1922 Fables Pictures, Inc.
movies

eye 686

favorite 6

comment 1

Animated tale, inspired by Aesop, in which a tomcat falls for Mademoiselle Kittie. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and the Library of Congress.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1922 Selznick Pictures Corp.
movies

eye 608

favorite 4

comment 0

Drama about a restless convent girl whose fling in high society teaches her a lesson. Preserved in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive and George Eastman Museum.
Topics: silent film, New Zealand Project
National Film Preservation Foundation
1922 Pathé News
movies

eye 6,136

favorite 6

comment 1

Early complete issue of the American newsreel, with stories on the veterans' bonus and election of Pope Pius XI. P reserved with the collaboration of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia and  UCLA Film & Television Archive.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: newsreel, silent film
National Film Preservation Foundation
1922 George Backer Film
movies

eye 868

favorite 2

comment 1

Australian preview for a now-lost American film from 1917, preserved with the collaboration of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
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Topics: silent film, lost film
Educational Films
1922 Rich, Irene, 1891-1988, cast; Rogers, Will, 1879-1935, production, cast; Williams, Big Boy, 1900-1962, cast
movies

eye 1,217

favorite 1

comment 0

The Ropin' Fool Summary Features Will Rogers as Ropes Reilly, a cowhand who gets fired because he likes roping more than eating and even ropes in his sleep.
Topics: Rogers, Will,, Comedy films., Short Films.