Arrest in Chinatown, San Francisco, Cal. (1897)
The title tells us where we are; the vignette is in two parts, spliced together. On a busy sidewalk, a police officer holds the left arm and a suited man holds the other of a Chinese wearing a loose white shirt and hat – marching the man up the slight incline past the camera.
Sherlock Holmes Baffled (1900)
Sherlock Holmes enters his drawing room to find it being burgled, but on confronting the villain is surprised when the latter disappears.
The Interrupted Bathers (1902)
Three girls are taking a bath in a quiet, shady spot along a beautiful stream. Another young lady in bathing attire reclines on the bank. The latter suddenly discovers two hoboes coming toward the bathers and immediately gives the alarm. They throw water over the hoboes, who gather up the clothes of the fair bathers and make off, compelling the bathers to walk home in barrels. In order to conceal themselves as much as possible they hold the barrels rather high.
The Skipping Cheese (1907)
The interior of a trolley car. A menagerie of passengers notices a foul odour, and pinpoint the source of the stench at a cheese saleswoman. The gendarmerie removes her from the trolley and drags her to the precinct.
The Ring and the Rajah (1914)
A Rajah dies saving a captain’s wife when the plan to poison her husband goes wrong.
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.
Outside the Law (1930)
Fingers is planning a half-million-dollar bank robbery in gang boss Cobra Collins’ territory. Fingers’ moll Connie tries to bluff Cobra into thinking the hit won’t be for another week when the call comes through saying it’s now.
Scotland Yard (1930)
A soldier is wounded in action. His face is restored by a plastic surgeon to resemble someone else.
Big Man from the North (1931)
Bosko is a Mountie in the cold, snowy north. His sergeant demands that he get his man: a peg-legged villain wanted dead or alive.
Guilty Hands (1931)
Richard Grant is a lawyer who believes that murder under certain circumstances is justifiable. Richard’s daughter, Barbara, takes her dad to a dinner party hosted by Richard’s old friend, wealthy playboy, Gordon Rich. Gordon tells Richard that he and Barbara plan to marry. Richard threatens Gordon’s life if he marries Barbara. Richard is unaware that Barbara has no plans to marry Gordon, and she’s in love with Tommy Osgood. Richard enraged of the thought of Barbara marrying Gordon goes into Gordon’s room, undetected, and kills him…Has Richard committed the perfect crime?
A Honeymoon Adventure (1931)
An exciting tale of international crooks and stolen plans, in which an inventor is kidnapped by foreign agents whilst honeymooning in Scotland.
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