The Trap (1919)
A schoolteacher in the Yukon promises her hand in marriage to a rich prospector, but instead she marries his no-good brother. After her husband disappears and is reported dead, she marries a rich New York stockbroker, but doesn’t tell him about her first marriage. Soon she is contacted by someone who threatens to tell her new husband all about her past if she doesn’t pay up.
Saturday Night (1922)
Though betrothed to fellow socialite Richard, Iris weds her chauffeur Tom leaving Richard to marry the family laundress’ daughter Shamrock. Class differences lead to divorces and remarriages.
Betsy Ross (1917)
Revolutionary War heroine Betsy Ross finds herself in competition with her sister for the affections of a British soldier.
The Forbidden City (1918)
The daughter of a Chinese mandarin is sentenced to death for her secret marriage to an American. Their child, raised in the mandarin’s palace, grows up and escapes to seek her father, now a high-ranking official in the Philippines.
The Sentimental Bloke (1919)
Bill is a Woolloomooloo larrikin who vows to abandon his life of gambling and drinking after a spell in gaol following a raid on a two-up game. He falls in love with Doreen, who works in a pickle factory, but faces competition from a more sophisticated rival.
Three Weeks (1924)
A young aristocrat strikes up an affair with a mysterious woman for three weeks.
Jewish Luck (1925)
The story of a Jewish entrepreneur ins Tsarist Russia always look for a get rich quick scheme.
The Live Wire (1925)
The Great Maranelli, a stunting circus clown, falls instantly in love when he sees Dorothy Langdon, who does not think too much of him and lets him know it. He is so smitten that his works suffers to the extent that he is soon just a hobo drifting along the open road. When he again encounters Dorothy, she gets him a job as a salesman with her father’s light-and-power company, and proves to be a a real “live-wire” salesman. He is then put in charge of the lighting in an amusement park being built under Dorothy’s supervision, and trouble comes many directions, guided by Dorothy’s cad fiancée who wants to make the stock in the project worthless so he can buy it cheaply.
Sensation Seekers (1927)
Ray Sturgis, leader of the fashionable Long Island jazz set, is engaged to “Egypt” Hagen, an up-to-date girl in every respect. Egypt is arrested at a roadhouse raid, and at her mother’s bidding, the Reverend Norman Lodge arranges for her freedom. At a fancy-dress ball, when Ray wears a costume made of newspaper headlines concerning her arrest, Egypt is offended. Seen constantly in the company of Reverend Lodge, her reputation causes church people to take up the matter with the bishop. Leaving the country club, Egypt goes to the Lodge home and hides behind the door when the bishop arrives; Reverend Lodge wants to marry her, and they admit their love; but humiliation causes her to leave with Sturgis that night. Their yacht is wrecked, but Lodge and the bishop follow and rescue Egypt, though Sturgis is drowned. The bishop, realizing the depth of their love, consents to marry them.
Felix the Cat as Romeeow (1927)
Felix is in love with a fair maiden. When serenading her, his rival spots him and tries anything he can come up with to get his girl back.
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.
The Shopworn Angel (1928)
The Shopworn Angel is a 1928 part talking film from Paramount Pictures starring Nancy Carroll and Gary Cooper. This film still survives.
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