1928

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    While the City Sleeps (1928)

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    While the City Sleeps (1928)

    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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    A Blonde For A Night (1928)

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    A Blonde For A Night (1928)

    After an argument, a newlywed decides to test her husband’s fidelity by disguising herself as a blonde.

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    Tenderloin (1928)

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    Tenderloin (1928)

    Rose Shannon, a dancing girl at “Kelly’s,” in the ‘Tenderloin’ district of New York City, worships at a distance Chuck White, a younger member of the gang that uses the place as their hangout. Chuck’s interest in her is only just as another toy to play with. Rose is unknowingly placed in a position in which she is implicated in a crime which she knows nothing about.

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    The Port of Missing Girls (1928)

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    The Port of Missing Girls (1928)

    Neglected by her moneyed parents and disillusioned with her boyfriend Buddie Larkins, vocalist Ruth King joins a school for stage and fancy dancing, thus playing into the hands of DeLeon, ….

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    The Bridge (1928)

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    The Bridge (1928)

    The Hefbrug, the subject of The Bridge, is not a specially beautiful or monumental bridge. But Ivens’ achievement is to convey the importance of this bridge for the whole of Rotterdam. We have a sense of the commercial imperatives behind the bridge, and the intricacy of the mechanism needed to swing the bridge or raise the rail decking to allow ships to pass through. There is always a solid sense of context throughout the 14 minutes of the film. It opens with shots of a camera and cameraman, immediately establishing a point of view for what follows. Again we have a mix of close-ups, and long shots, bird’s eye views and low angles. The sense of the bridge’s structure, its ways of operating, how it fits into the overall transport infrastructure of the city – all are conveyed through the visuals. It is a powerful example of how a silent film can convey its message without words.

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    Hangman's House (1928)

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    Hangman’s House (1928)

    Forced by her mean-spirited father, Lord Chief Justice James O’Brien (Hobart Bosworth), to marry a man she doesn’t love, Connaught O’Brien (June Collyer) gives up hope of ever with her true love, Dermot McDermot (Larry Kent). After her father dies and a hunted rebel leader (Victor McLaglen) returns to town, however, Connaught finds a renewed hope that the tides of oppression will shift and she might again find happiness. This silent romantic drama, set in Ireland, is the first film in which a then-unknown John Wayne is clearly visible.

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    Fazil (1928)

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    Fazil (1928)

    An Arab prince born and raised in the desert and a beautiful Frenchwoman from Paris fall in love and marry, but the tremendous differences in their backgrounds and the cultural differences between their two different societies put strains on their marriage that may well prove irreparable.

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    The Cossacks (1928)

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    The Cossacks (1928)

    Stirring romance, hard riding, desperate fighting with the Cossacks playing their game of war and chivalry. A mighty picturization of Count Leo Tolstoi’s famous novel of the same name.

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    Ladies of the Mob (1928)

    A dead criminal’s daughter falls in love with a small-time crook and tries to get him to reform before he winds up like her father.

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    Gallopin' Gaucho (1928)

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    Gallopin’ Gaucho (1928)

    This short was intended as a parody of Douglas Fairbanks’s The Gaucho, a film first released on November 21, 1927. Following the original film, the events of the short take place in the Pampas of Argentina with Mickey cast as the gaucho of the title.

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    The Adorable Cheat (1928)

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    The Adorable Cheat (1928)

    The daughter of a wealthy industrialist wants to take over the company when her father retires, but the father–an old-fashioned sort who doesn’t believe that “girls” belong in business–is planning on leaving the company to her wastrel playboy brother. In order to prove to her dad that she can handle the job, she disguises herself as an ordinary “working girl” and gets a job in her dad’s plant. There she meets and falls in love with a clerk. She brings the young man home to meet her folks, but during the evening the family safe is robbed, and all signs point to her new boyfriend.

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    The Woman Disputed (1928)

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    The Woman Disputed (1928)

    An adventuress in love with an Austrian agrees to become the mistress of a Russian officer in exchange for the release of Austrian hostages.

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