Appendix

 

Thanhouser Films - British Releases

Thanhouser-Princess-Falstaff

 

RELEASE DATES IN GREAT BRITAIN

(selected films)

 

Thanhouser films are listed alphabetically, then the release date in the United States is given, followed by the release date in Great Britain. Releases in 1910 were through The Gaumont Co., Ltd. (which secured the Thanhouser agency in October 1910). Most 1913 releases were through the Western Import Co., Ltd., while most released from 1914 onward were by Thanhouser Films, Ltd. Pathé Frères Cinema, Ltd., a branch of the French firm, also distributed certain Thanhouser subjects in England. Much of the information presented below is from Mr. Tony Fletcher of The Cinema Museum, London.

The listing below does not represent all Thanhouser films distributed in Great Britain, but only those whose release dates could be confirmed by the time the present work went to press. Dates are listed the American way, in order by month, day, and year.

Occasionally British film journals would misattribute a film to Thanhouser. Examples include these Thanhouser listings printed in The Biograph and elsewhere: Loves Toll (actually a Lubin film), Renas Pet Pirate (actually a Thistle film), Tillies Tomato Surprise (actually a Lubin film), and Soul of a Thief (actually an American film). A modern reference, The British Film Catalogue 1895-1985 (by Denis Gifford; David & Charles; Newton Abbot and London; 1986) states that a serial produced by Hepworth, The Exploits of Tubby, was distributed in Great Britain by Thanhouser; if this was so, there was no connection with the Thanhouser interests in America.

 

A

Across the Way (Princess) (February 12, 1915) (British release date: July 5, 1915)

Actor and the BUMPKIN, The (Falstaff) (British release title for The Actor and the Rube) (April 16, 1915) (British release date: September 30, 1915)

Actor and the Rube, The (Falstaff) (British release title: The Actor and the Bumpkin) (April 16, 1915) (British release date: September 30, 1915)

Adrift in a Great City (January 13, 1914) (British release date: April 13, 1914)

Adventure of Florence, The (February 23, 1915) (British release date: July 8, 1915)

Adventures of a Diplomatic Free Lance Series, The. Includes: A Leak in the Foreign Office (February 17, 1914), The Cats Paw (March 17, 1914), A Debut In the Secret Service (April 7, 1914), A Mohammedan Conspiracy (May 12, 1914)

Adventures of a Good Fellow, The (working title: Good Fellowship) (November 23, 1914)

ADVENTURES OF COUSIN ALGY, THE (British release title for Their Cousin From England) (March 22, 1914) (British release date: July 13, 1914)

Advertisementers (working title: Running Rival Restaurants) (Falstaff) (June 5, 1916)

AFTER 50 YEARS (British release title for Fifty Years After Appomattox) (July 4, 1915) (British release date: December 6, 1915)

Airship in the Night, The (a.k.a. A Call in the Night) (Episode 1 of The Million Dollar Mystery) (June 22, 1914) (British release date: January 18, 1915)

ALASKAS ADIEU TO WINTER (No record has been located of its release in the United States) (British release date: October 20, 1910)

Algys Awful Auto (Princess) (October 31, 1913) (British release date: April 20, 1914)

All Aboard (November 28, 1915) (British release date: June 19, 1916)

Alls Well That Ends Well (Princess) (February 20, 1914) (British release date: July 6, 1914)

Amateur Animal Trainer, An (December 30, 1913) (British release date: April 6, 1914)

Amateur Detective, The (December 6, 1914) (British release date: April 26, 1914)

Amateur Orphan, An (June 3, 1917)

Ambition (British release title: The Girl and the Crook) (December 21, 1915) (British release date: August 15, 1916)

Ambitious Awkward Andy (Falstaff) (March 9, 1916) (British release date: January 10, 1917)

American and the Queen, The (November 11, 1910)

American in the Making, An (April 22, 1913)

And He Never Knew (Princess) (March 5, 1915) (British release date: July 26, 1915)

Angel in the Mask, The (British release title: The Quiet Little Angel) (May 30, 1915) (British release date: November 15, 1915)

Anniversary of the Huguenot Landing (a.k.a. The Two Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Landing of the Huguenots at New Rochelle; British release title: Landing of the Huguenots) (August 3, 1913)

Answer, The (May 16, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Arabellas Prince (October 6, 1916)

Arabs Bride, The (March 1, 1912) (British release date: February 15, 1913)

ARM OF THE LAW, THE (British release title for In the Name of the Law) (January 11, 1916) (British release date: October 1916)

Arty the Artist (August 30, 1914) (British release date: January 11, 1915)

As It Was in the Beginning (working title: Her Master) (January 30, 1912)

As Others See Us (August 18, 1912)

Assisted Elopement, An (August 30, 1910)

At LibertyGood Press Agent (December 8, 1912)

At the Bottom of the Ocean (a.k.a. The Terrors of the Deep) (Williamson Submarine Film Co.) (July 22, 1914)

At the Edge of the Aqueduct (October 13, 1916)

At the Foot of the Ladder (September 22, 1912) (British release date: February 19, 1913)

At the Patrician Club (October 24, 1915) (British release date: April 24, 1916)

Aunt Nancy Telegraphs (produced in December 1909 but never released; listed in the Filmography as the first entry under 1910)

Aurora Floyd (December 10, 1912) (British release date: April 9, 1913)

Austin Flood (released circa October 6, 1911 and listed in the Filmography under this date)

Avenged (October 7, 1910)

 

B

Babies Prohibited (March 16, 1913) (British release date: June 26, 1913)

Baby and the Boss, The (November 23, 1915)

Baby Benefactor, The (June 1, 1915) (British release date: November 29, 1915)

Baby Bride, The (April 16, 1912) (British release date: November 20, 1912)

Baby Hands (August 6, 1912) (British release date: January 15, 1913)

Babys Joy Ride (November 18, 1913) (British release date: April 20, 1914)

Back to Nature (August 9, 1911)

Bad Mistake, A (a.k.a. A Bum Mistake) (Princess) (November 20, 1914) (British release date: April 5, 1915)

Bahaman Pineapple Plantation, A (British release title: A Pineapple Plantation) (Princess) (July 24, 1914) (British release date: December 24, 1914)

Balance of Power, The (Princess) (October 2, 1914) (British release date: January 25, 1915)

Baroness, The (working title for The Cruise of Fate) (March 8, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Barred from the Mails (May 11, 1913) (British release date: August 25, 1913)

Barrier of Flames, The (December 15, 1914) (British release date: May 5, 1915)

Baseball and Bloomers (alternate title: Baseball in Bloomers) (January 6, 1911)

Baseball Bug, The (November 24, 1911)

Baseball in Bloomers (alternate title for Baseball and Bloomers) (January 6, 1911)

Baseball Players Dream, A (alternate title for The Bush Leaguers Dream) (December 19, 1913) (British release date: December 21, 1914)

Beaten at the Bath (Falstaff) (January 27, 1916) (British release date: October 16, 1916)

Beating Back (British release title: Dare Devil Jennings) (Direct-From-Broadway Features) (c. June 9, 1914) (British release date: December 1914)

Beautiful Snow (Princess) (March 27, 1914)

Beauty in the Seashell (October 19, 1913) (British release date: February 16, 1914)

Beauty Parlor [PARLOUR in Great Britain] Graduate, A (December 9, 1913) (British release date: March 16, 1914)

Belindas Bridal Breakfast (Falstaff) (January 10, 1916) (British release date: July 31, 1916)

Belle of the School, The (Princess) (August 7, 1914) (British release date: December 14, 1914)

Beneath the Coat of a Butler (November 21, 1915) (British release date: May 29, 1916)

Beneath the Veil (December 1, 1911)

Benevolence of Conductor 786, The (working title: Conductor 786) (October 9, 1914) (British release date: March 1, 1915)

BERTIES BABY (mentioned in a 1911 news item but never produced)

Berties Brainstorm (January 17, 1911)

BERTIES BRIDE (mentioned in a 1911 news item but never produced)

Bessies Bachelor Boobs (Falstaff) (September 16, 1915) (British release date: April 3, 1916)

Best Man Wins, The (May 13, 1910) (British release date: June 7, 1913)

Betrayed (January 29, 1916)

Bianca Forgets (April 27, 1915) (British release date: September 2, 1915)

Biddy Bradys Birthday (Falstaff) (September 3, 1915) (British release date: March 23, 1916)

Big Beautiful Doll, The (working title for Their Great Big Beautiful Doll) (November 23, 1913) (British release date: April 13, 1913)

Big Brother Bill (April 18, 1915) (British release date: August 30, 1915)

BIG GUN MAKING (British release date: January 6, 1916; apparently not released by Thanhouser in the United States)

Big Sister (August 11, 1912) (British release date: April 30, 1913)

Bill Bunks the Bandits (Falstaff) (December 16, 1915) (British release date: June 29, 1916)

Billys Ruse (Princess) (March 13, 1914) (British release date: July 27, 1914)

Bing-Bang Brothers (Falstaff) (October 14, 1915) (British release date: April 20, 1916)

Bird of Prey, A (working title: A Thief in the Night) (March 16, 1916)

Birth of the Lotus Blossom, The (September 13, 1912) (British release date: January 15, 1913)

Black Terror, The (September 29, 1916)

Blight of Wealth, The (November 25, 1913) (British release date: March 5, 1914)

Boomerang, The (January 7, 1913)

Booming Business (July 5, 1910)

Booming the Boxing Business (Falstaff) (February 8, 1916)

Bowl-Bearer, The (British release title: The Little Bowl Bearer) (September 7, 1915) (British release date: April 6, 1916)

Brains vs. Brawn (December 15, 1912)

Bread Upon the Waters (Princess) (November 14, 1913)

Brethren of the Sacred Fish (July 20, 1913) (British release date: October 23, 1913)

Bridal Bouquet, The (January 3, 1915) (British release date: May 24, 1915)

Brother Bobs Baby (December 8, 1911)

Brothers Equal (June 13, 1916)

Bubbles in the Glass, The (January 4, 1916)

Bud Blossom (June 13, 1915) (British release date: October 25, 1915)

Buddhist Priestess, The (September 12, 1911)

Bum Mistake, A (a.k.a. A Bad Mistake) (Princess) (November 20, 1914) (British release date: April 5, 1915)

Burglar and the Bride, The (working title for Their Burglar) (November 3, 1911)

Burglars Picnic, The (January 26, 1916)

Buried Treasure (working title for A Modern Monte Cristo) (British release title: Eye For an Eye) (February 14, 1917)

Bush Leaguers Dream, The (alternate title: A Baseball Players Dream) (December 19, 1913) (British release date: December 21, 1914)

Business Woman, A (May 20, 1913) (British release date: September 8, 1913)

BUSKING BERTIES BAND (British release title for Gustav Gebhardts Gutter Band) (Falstaff) (September 27, 1915) (British release date: April 27, 1916)

Busted But Benevolent (Falstaff) (October 18, 1915) (British release date: May 4, 1916)

But the Greatest of These is Charity (September 27, 1912) (British release date: March 26, 1913)

Butterfly Bug, The (August 2, 1914) (British release date: November 30, 1914)

 

C

Caged Bird, The (June 3, 1913) (British release date: September 15, 1913)

Call From the Dead, A (a.k.a. From the Rivers Depths) (British release title: To the Rivers Depths) (September 5, 1915) (British release date: March 20, 1916)

Called Back (June 21, 1912) (British release date: April 1, 1913)

Callys Comet (April 18, 1911)

Campaign Manageress, The (Princess) (November 11, 1913) (British release date: March 2, 1914)

Can of Baked Beans, A (February 22, 1914) (British release date: June 4, 1914)

Candy Girl, The (May 20, 1917)

Capers of College Chaps (Falstaff) (October 11, 1915) (British release date: April 10, 1916)

Capture of New York, The (working title: The War Game) (September 1, 1912)

Cardinal Richelieus Ward (working title: Richelieu) (March 1, 1914)

Carmen (not issued in 1912; see March 30, 1912 note in Filmography; the 1913 film was a different production)

Carmen (May 27, 1913)

Carriage of Death, The (April 29, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Cats Paw, The (March 17, 1914) (British release date: July 16, 1914)

Cavalry at Fort Meyer, Va., The (Princess) (July 24, 1914)

Center [CENTRE in Britain] of the Web, The (December 1, 1914) (British release date: April 8, 1915)

Changeling, The (April 11, 1913) (British release date: August 18, 1913)

Charity of the Poor, The (April 4, 1911)

CHAR-LADY, THE (British release title for The Scrub Lady) (June 7, 1914) (British release date: October 12, 1914)

Chasm, The (November 13, 1914) (British release date: March 20, 1915)

Checkmate (February 17, 1911)

Check No. 130 (Princess) (January 8, 1915) (British release date: April 26, 1915)

Checking Charlies Child (Falstaff) (December 2, 1915) (British release date: July 31, 1916)

Childhood of Jack Harkaway, The (December 23, 1910)

Childrens Conspiracy, The (April 20, 1913) (British release date: August 4, 1913)

Childrens Hour, The (November 14, 1913) (British release date: February 23, 1914)

Cigars His Wife Bought, The (a.k.a. The Cigars His Wife Bought Him) (April 29, 1910)

Cigars His Wife Bought HIM, The (a.k.a. The Cigars His Wife Bought) (April 29, 1910)

Cinderella (December 22, 1911) (British release date: December 18, 1913)

CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE (British release title for A Circumstantial Nurse) (Princess) (January 9, 1914) (British release date: May 4, 1914)

Circumstantial Nurse, A (British release title: Circumstantial Evidence) (Princess) (January 9, 1914) (British release date: May 4, 1914)

Circus Romance, A (Princess) (May 22, 1914)

Circus Stowaway, A (June 2, 1911)

City Mouse, The (January 12, 1913)

City of Her Dreams, The (November 18, 1910)

Clarence Cheats at Croquet (Falstaff) (December 9, 1915) (British release date: July 6, 1916)

Clarissas Charming Calf (Falstaff) (November 4, 1915) (British release date: May 11, 1916)

Clerk and the Criminal, The (working title for Hintons Double) (May 6, 1917)

Clever Collies Comeback, A (British release title: Sheps Return) (Falstaff) (February 1, 1916) (British release date: 1916)

Clothes Line Quarrel, The (November 21, 1913) (British release date: April 30, 1914)

Coals of Fire (British release title: Reinstated) (January 16, 1914) (British release date: April 9, 1914)

Coffin Ship, The (June 20, 1911)

Colonel and the King, The (May 16, 1911)

Columbus Day Conspiracy, A (January 5, 1912)

Commuted Sentence, The (November 2, 1915)

Commuters Cat, The (January 19, 1913)

Con, the Car Conductor (Falstaff) (September 23, 1915) (British release date: March 16, 1916)

Conductor 786 (August 23, 1912) (British release date: January 4, 1913)

Conductor 786 (working title for The Benevolence of Conductor 786) (October 9, 1914) (British release date: March 1, 1915)

Conductor 786 (alternate title for Doughnuts) (Falstaff) (June 17, 1916)

Conductors Classy Champion, The (Falstaff) (December 13, 1915) (British release date: July 20, 1916)

Conscience (August 25, 1914) (British release date: January 7, 1915)

Conscience of Juror No. 10, The (October 26, 1915)

Converted Deacon, The (July 15, 1910)

Convict, The (September 23, 1910)

Cooked Goose, The (July 5, 1914) (British release date: November 2, 1914)

Count Ivan and the Waitress (September 5, 1911)

Country Girl, The (June 15, 1915) (British release date: October 21, 1915)

Countys Prize Baby, The (November 12, 1912)

Courting Across the Court (June 27, 1911)

Courts Decree, The (July 7, 1911)

Cousin Claras Cook Book (Falstaff) (October 4, 1915) (British release date: May 1, 1916)

Cousins (July 28, 1912) (British release date: January 4, 1913)

Craft vs. Love (erroneous alternate title for Graft vs. Love) (January 19, 1915) (British release date: May 27, 1915)

Cranstons Hallucination (probably never released; listed in Filmography under August 23, 1913)

CRAZY QUILT, THE (April 15, 1912)

Creator of Hunger, The (Princess) (December 4, 1914) (British release date: March 22, 1915)

Crepe Bonnet, A (July 13, 1913) (British release date: October 27, 1913)

Crimson Sabre, The (November 30, 1915)

Cripple, The (October 6, 1914) (British release date: February 27, 1915)

Crogmere Ruby, The (August 15, 1915) (British release date: February 28, 1916)

Cross, The (August 22, 1911)

Cross Your Heart (November 22, 1912) (British release date: April 3, 1913)

Crossed Wires (a.k.a. A Telephone Tragedy) (June 29, 1915)

Cruise of Fate, The (working title: The Baroness) (March 8, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Cry of the Children, The (April 30, 1912) (British release date: November 9, 1912)

Cunning Canal-Boat Cupid, A (Falstaff) (November 18, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Cupid at the Circus (May 20, 1910) (British release date: December 22, 1910)

Cupid in the Olden Time (August 10, 1915) (British release date: January 27, 1916)

Cupid the Conqueror (August 11, 1911)

Cupids Lieutenant (Princess) (December 26, 1913) (British release date: April 16, 1914)

Cure for Jealousy, A (working title for Jealousy) (March 26, 1915)

Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight (November 28, 1913) (British release date: March 26, 1914)

Cycle of Hatred, The (April 6, 1915)

Cymbeline (March 28, 1913) (British release date: June 15, 1913)

 

D

Daddys Double (April 5, 1910) (British release date: October 16, 1910)

Dads Darling Daughters (Falstaff) (April 24, 1916) (British release date: January 4, 1917)

Dainty Politician, A (August 23, 1910)

Dancer, The (February 10, 1914) (British release date: May 21, 1914)

DARE DEVIL JENNINGS (British release title for Beating Back) (Direct-From-Broadway Features) (c. June 9, 1914) (British release date: December 1914)

Dashing Druggists Dilemma (Falstaff) (May 1, 1916)

Daughter Worth While, A (alternate title: The Daughter Worth While) (British release title: Girl Worthwhile) (October 10, 1913) (British release date: January 26, 1914)

Daughter of Kings (May 23, 1915)

David CopperfieldPart 1The Early Life of David Copperfield (October 17, 1911)

David CopperfieldPart 2Little Emly and David Copperfield (October 24, 1911)

David CopperfieldPart 3The Loves of David Copperfield (October 31, 1911)

Deacon Debbs (December 15, 1911)

Dead Line, The (British release title: When We Are Married) (Princess) (October 30, 1914) (British release date: March 4, 1915)

Dead Mans Keys, The (September 21, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Deborah (a.k.a. Deborah the Jewish Maiden; a.k.a. The Jewish Maidens Wrong) (July 7, 1914) (British release date: October 29, 1914)

Deborah, the Jewish Maiden (a.k.a. Deborah; a.k.a. The Jewish Maidens Wrong) (July 7, 1914) (British release date: October 29, 1914)

Debut in the Secret Service, A (April 7, 1914) (British release date: July 30, 1914)

Declaration of Independence, The (July 4, 1911)

Deciding Vote, The (a.k.a. The Vote That Counted; a.k.a. The Vote That Counts) (January 13, 1911)

Decoy, The (Princess) (July 3, 1914) (British release date: November 2, 1914)

Deep Sea Liar, A (October 12, 1913) (British release date: February 9, 1914)

Delightful Dolly (October 14, 1910)

Democratic Club Clambake (October 27, 1913)

Denver Romance, A (November 29, 1914) (British release date: April 12, 1915)

Desert Tribesman, The (March 3, 1914) (British release date: June 18, 1914)

Deteckters (Falstaff) (May 15, 1916)

Diamond Disaster, A (British release title for The Diamond of Disaster) (October 13, 1914) (British release date: February 18, 1915)

Diamond of Disaster, The (British release title: A Diamond Disaster) (October 13, 1914) (British release date: February 18, 1915)

Dickys Demon Dachshund (Falstaff) (October 7, 1915) (British release date: May 8, 1916)

Disciple of Nietzsche, A (September 25, 1915)

Disguisers (working title: Pearls Perfidy) (Falstaff) (May 29, 1916)

Divorce (March 21, 1911)

Divorce and the Daughter (December 3, 1916)

Do Unto Others (Princess) (March 12, 1915) (British release date: July 12, 1915)

Doctors Carriage, The (September 9, 1910) (British release date: December 25, 1910)

Dog Catchers Bride, The (working title: The Dog Catchers Friend) (January 24, 1915) (British release date: June 14, 1915)

Dog Catchers Friend, The (working title for The Dog Catchers Bride) (January 24, 1915) (British release date: June 14, 1915)

Dog in the Baggage Car, The (British release title: Her Dog in the Baggage Car) (April 13, 1913) (British release date: July 14, 1913)

Dog of Flanders, A (May 19, 1914)

Doggies Debut (June 30, 1912) (British release date: January 11, 1913)

Dogs Good Deed, A (August 23, 1914) (British release date: February 22, 1915)

Dogs Love, A (October 4, 1914) (British release date: February 8, 1915)

Dolls House, A (July 28, 1911)

Dont Pinch My Pup (September 8, 1912) (British release date: February 5, 1913)

Dope (released circa April 1, 1914 and listed in the Filmography under that date; Mutual)

Dora Thorne (released circa May 1, 1912 and listed in the Filmography under that date; Mutual; states rights) (British release date: March 29, 1913)

Dot on the Day Line Boat (Falstaff) (July 16, 1915)

Dots and Dashes (September 30, 1910) (British release date: December 18, 1910)

Dotties New Doll (June 4, 1912) (British release date: December 21, 1912)

Dotty, the Dancer (October 13, 1912) (British release date: April 1, 1913)

Double Exposure, A (April 11, 1915) (British release date: September 6, 1915)

Doughnuts (alternate title: Conductor 786) (Falstaff) (June 17, 1916)

Dove in the Eagles Nest, The (January 28, 1913) (British release date: May 28, 1913)

Down on the Phony Farm (October 12, 1915) (British release date: June 5, 1916) Note: In The Bioscope the title of this film was printed as Down on the Chory Farm; chory is possibly a misspelling of phony.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (January 16, 1912)

Duel in the Dark, The (March 23, 1915) (British release date: August 19, 1915)

 

E

Early Life of David Copperfield, The (October 17, 1911)

East and the West, The (October 6, 1911)

East Lynne (January 26, 1912) (British release date: June 11, 1913)

Easy Mark, An (April 12, 1912)

Ebenezer Explains (Falstaff) (June 18, 1915) (British release date: November 1, 1915)

EGRETS AND HERONS (British release date: June 19, 1916; apparently not released by Thanhouser in the United States)

Elevator Man, The (January 25, 1914)

Elevator Romance, An (April 28, 1911)

Elusive Diamond, An (January 23, 1914) (British release date: April 27, 1914)

Emperors Spy, The (September 13, 1914) (British release date: December 28, 1914)

Enemies of Society (working title for Her Life and His) (February 18, 1917)

Errand of Mercy, An (July 11, 1913) (British release date: October 30, 1913)

Eugenic Boy, The (March 15, 1914) (British release date: June 29, 1914)

EVANGELINE (mentioned in a 1913 news release but never made)

Everybody Saves Father (January 10, 1911)

Evidence of the Film, The (January 10, 1913)

Evil Woman, The (working title for The Net) (April 1, 1916)

Experts Report, The (December 29, 1911)

EX-PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS FEATHERED PETS (British release date: June 12, 1916; apparently not released by Thanhouser in the United States)

Express C.O.D. (May 4, 1913) (British release date: July 24, 1913)

Extravagance (March 5, 1912)

EYE FOR AN EYE (working title: Buried Treasure) (British release title A Modern Monte Cristo) (February 4, 1917) (British release date: April 24, 1918)

Eye of Krishla, The (June 22, 1913) (British release date: October 16, 1913)

Eyes of Eleanor, The (working title for When Love Was Blind) (April 15, 1917)

 

F

Face at the Window, The (Princess) (October 23, 1914) (British release date: February 22, 1915)

Fairies Halloween, The (October 28, 1910)

FAIRIES OR WITCHES (British release title for The Two Cent Mystery) (June 20, 1915) (British release date: December 23, 1915)

Fairy Fern Seed (May 25, 1915)

Fall of Khartoum, The (Mutual) (probably never made; listed in Filmography under December 31, 1914)

Fare, Lady (Falstaff) (August 22, 1916)

Farm and Flat (June 23, 1912) (British release date: December 7, 1912)

Farmers Daughters, The (September 28, 1913) (British release date: February 2, 1914)

Fashion and the Simple Life (April 25, 1915)

FATE (British release title for The Snare of Fate) (June 17, 1913) (British release date: October 2, 1913)

Fear (March 29, 1916)

Fear of Poverty, The (September 10, 1916)

Ferdie Finks Flirtations (also listed as Ferdy Finks Flirtations) (Falstaff) (May 14, 1915) (British release date: September 27, 1915)

Few Million Birds, A (January 19, 1913)

Fifth Ace, The (March 22, 1916)

Fifty Years After Appomattox (British release title: After 50 Years) (July 4, 1915) (British release date: December 6, 1915)

Film Favorites Finish, The (Falstaff) (November 11, 1915) (British release date: May 22, 1916)

Final Game, The (Princess) (October 17, 1913)

Final Reckoning, The (March 9, 1915) (British release date: July 29, 1915)

Final Test, The (Princess) (September 25, 1914) (British release date: February 8, 1915)

Finger of Scorn, The (July 14, 1912) (British release date: December 4, 1912)

Finger Prints of Fate, The (January 26, 1915) (British release date: June 10, 1915)

Fires of Youth (working title: Iron-Hearted Pemberton) (June 17, 1917)

Fisherwoman, The (October 31, 1915) (British release date: Aapril 17, 1916)

Five Faults of Flo, The (January 20, 1916)

Five Rose Sisters, The (October 3, 1911)

Flag of His Country, The (July 1, 1910)

Flames and Fortune (June 16, 1911)

Flaw in the Evidence, A (September 22, 1916) (May 24, 1918)

Flight of the Duchess, The (March 11, 1916)

Flood Tide (September 19, 1913) (British release date: January 1, 1914)

Floorwalkers Triumph, The (January 24, 1913)

Flying to Fortune (March 12, 1912)

Flying Twins, The (July 1, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Foiling Fathers Foes (Falstaff) (November 29, 1915) (British release date: June 15, 1916)

Foolish Fat Flora (Falstaff) (December 30, 1915) (British release date: July 10, 1916)

Foolish Punishment, A (probably never made; see note in the Filmography listing of When the Studio Burned, released February 4, 1913)

For Anothers Sin (April 25, 1913) (British release date: July 21, 1913)

For Her Boys Sake (March 25, 1913)

For Her Child (June 23, 1914) (British release date: October 1, 1914)

For Her Sake (February 14, 1911)

For SaleA Life (March 26, 1912) (British release date: April 2, 1913)

For the Man She Loved (British release title: The Man She Loved) (July 8, 1913) (British release date: November 3, 1913)

For the Mikado (October 18, 1912) (British release date: February 15, 1913)

For Uncle Sams Navy (May 23, 1916)

For Washington (a.k.a. The Patriot Maid of 76) (February 21, 1911)

Forced to Be Stylish (Princess) (May 8, 1914) (British release date: September 21, 1914)

Forest Rose, The (November 29, 1912) (British release date: March 22, 1913)

Forgive Us Our Trespasses (June 24, 1913) (British release date: September 22, 1913)

Four Seasons, The (working title for Milestones of Life) (July 29, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Foxy Grandma (June 23, 1911)

Frankfurters and Quail (November 17, 1912) (British release date: April 16, 1913)

Frazzled Finance (August 31, 1913) (British release date: January 1, 1914)

Freddie, the Fake Fisherwoman (Falstaff) (November 1, 1916)

Freddies Frigid Finish (Falstaff) (May 13, 1916)

Freight Car Honeymoon, A (June 6, 1915) (British release date: November 1, 1915)

Fresh Start, A (September 2, 1910) (British release date: January 5, 1911)

Friday, the Thirteenth (Princess) (November 7, 1913)

From the Flames (April 28, 1914) (British release date: August 6, 1914)

From the Rivers Depths (a.k.a. A Call From the Dead) (British release title: To the Rivers Depths) (September 5, 1915) (British release date: March 20, 1916)

From the Shadows (a.k.a. Out of the Shadows) (June 2, 1914) (British release date: October 22, 1914)

From the Shadows (working title for The Turning of the Road) (November 3, 1914) (British release date: March 11, 1915)

From Wash to Washington (July 26, 1914) (British release date: November 9, 1914)

Frou Frou (January 1, 1914)

Fugitive, The (working title: The Pretty Fugitive) (August 13, 1916)

 

G

Game, The (August 1, 1915) (British release date: March 6, 1916)

Gentleman for a Day, A (July 17, 1914) (British release date: November 23, 1914)

Get Rich Quick (May 26, 1911)

Getting Rid of Algy (May 3, 1914) (British release date: August 17, 1914)

Getting the Gardeners Goat (Falstaff) (July 30, 1915)

Getting the Grafters (August 24, 1916)

Ghost in Uniform, The (February 23, 1913)

Girl Across the Hall, The (June 14, 1914) (British release date: October 19, 1914)

GIRL AND THE CROOK, THE (British release title for Ambition) (December 21, 1915) (British release date: August 15, 1916)

Girl and the Grafter, The (April 15, 1913) (British release date: August 7, 1913)

Girl Detectives Ruse, The (April 29, 1913)

Girl From Chicago, The (April 18, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Girl of the Cabaret, The (August 8, 1913) (British release date: December 1, 1913)

Girl of the Grove, The (April 5, 1912)

Girl of the Northern Woods, The (June 3, 1910)

Girl of the Sea, The (June 1, 1915) (British release date: December 2, 1915)

Girl of the Seasons, The (Princess) (July 10, 1914) (British release date: November 23, 1914)

Girl Reporter, The (August 16, 1910)

Girl Strike Leader, The (July 8, 1910)

Girl Who Wanted to Live, The (working title for Her Life and His) (February 18, 1917)

GIRL WORTHWHILE (British release title for The Daughter Worthwhile, a.k.a. A Daughter Worth While) (October 10, 1913) (British release date: January 26, 1914)

Girls He Left Behind Him, The (December 9, 1910)

Girls of the Ghetto, The (July 19, 1910)

Gloriannas Getaway (Falstaff) (August 23, 1915) (British release date: February 14, 1916)

Gods Witness (May 20, 1915)

Gold (September 15, 1914) (British release date: December 31, 1914)

Golden Cross, The (February 24, 1914) (British release date: May 28, 1914)

Golf Caddies Dog, The (March 22, 1912)

Gone to Coney Island (July 5, 1910)

Good Fellowship (working title for The Adventures of a Good Fellow) (November 23, 1914)

Good Morning, Judge (February 9, 1913) (British release date: May 31, 1913)

Governors Daughter, The (June 24, 1910) (British release date: October 6, 1910)

Governors Double, The (working title for The Plot Against the Governor) (October 14, 1913)

GRACES GLORIOUS GOWNS (British release title for Graces Gorgeous Gowns) (Falstaff) (January 18, 1916) (British release date: July 27, 1916)

Graces Gorgeous Gowns (British release title: GRACES GLORIOUS GOWNS) (Falstaff) (January 18, 1916) (British release date: July 27, 1916)

Grand Passion, The (Princess) (March 20, 1914) (British release date: August 3, 1914)

Gratitude of Conductor 786, The (February 14, 1915) (British release date: July 19, 1915)

Guiders (Falstaff) (August 15, 1916)

Guiding Hand, The (August 4, 1914) (British release date: November 26, 1914)

Guilty Baby, The (February 27, 1912) (British release date: February 12, 1913)

Guilty Conscience, A (January 5, 1913)

Guilty or Not Guilty (March 8, 1914) (British release date: June 15, 1914)

Gussie, the Graceful Life Guard (Falstaff) (August 13, 1915) (British release date: January 24, 1916)

Gustav Gebhardts Gutter Band (Falstaff) (British release title: Busking Berties Band) (September 27, 1915) (British release date: April 27, 1916)

 

H

Half Way to Reno (February 16, 1913) (British release date: May 24, 1913)

Handicap of Beauty, The (Falstaff) (April 23, 1915) (British release date: December 9, 1915)

Hannahs Hen-Pecked Husband (Falstaff) (November 15, 1915)

Harlow Handicap, The (British release title: The Harlowe Handicap) (June 30, 1914) (British release date: October 15, 1914)

Harrys Happy Honeymoon (Falstaff) (February 3, 1916)

Harrys Lesson (Majestic/Thanhouser) (August 18, 1913, release date in England)

Harrys Waterloo (a.k.a. The Protean Play) (July 19, 1914) (British release date: November 19, 1914)

Harvest of Regrets, The (September 27, 1914) (British release date: January 25, 1915)

Harvesting Ice (Princess) (July 24, 1914) (British release date: November 16, 1914)

Has Been, The (October 10, 1915) (British release date: May 1, 1916)

Hatful of Trouble, A (December 27, 1914) (British release date: May 3, 1915)

Hattie, the Hair Heiress (Falstaff) (October 21, 1915) (British release date: April 17, 1916)

Hazers Hazed (July 9, 1912) (British release date: May 24, 1913)

He Couldnt Lose (November 16, 1913) (British release date: April 30, 1914)

Head of the Ribbon Counter, The (British release title: Head of the Ribbon Department) (June 15, 1913) (British release date: October 6, 1913)

HEAD OF THE RIBBON DEPARTMENT (British release title for The Head of the Ribbon Counter) (June 15, 1913) (British release date: October 6, 1913)

Head Waiter, The (December 28, 1913) (British release date: March 30, 1914)

Heart of a Child, The (March 18, 1913) (British release date: June 30, 1913)

Heart of a Doll, The (September 15, 1916)

Heart of Ezra Greer, The (October 7, 1917)

Heart of New York, The (working title for Her New York) (January 7, 1917)

Heart of the Princess Marsari, The (May 18, 1915) (British release date: October 14, 1915)

Helen Intervenes (January 31, 1915)

Helens Babies (September 14, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Helmet of Mars, The (Falstaff) (British release title for P. Henry Jenkins and Mars; released in the United States on July 23, 1915) (British release date: December 20, 1915)

Help! Help! (Falstaff) (August 20, 1915)

Henpecked Hod Carrier, The (November 30, 1913) (British release date: May 25, 1914)

Her Awakening (Princess) (April 17, 1914) (British release date: September 24, 1914)

Her Battle for Existence (April 22, 1910)

Her Beloved Enemy (March 4, 1917) (British release date: February 27, 1918)

Her Big Brother (August 16, 1914) (British release date: December 7, 1914)

Her Confession (December 12, 1915)

Her Darkest Hour (August 20, 1912) (British release date: December 18, 1912)

HER Dog in the Baggage Car, The (British release title for Dog in the Baggage Car) (April 13, 1913) (British release date: July 14, 1913)

Her Duty (Princess) (August 7, 1914) (British release date: December 7, 1914)

Her Fathers Gold (working title: The Water Devil) (May 11, 1916)

Her Fireman (January 21, 1913)

Her First Lesson (Princess) (April 3, 1914)

Her Gallant Knights (March 23, 1913)

Her Ladyships Page (January 23, 1912)

Her Life and His (early working title: Enemies of Society; later working title: The Girl Who Wanted to Live) (February 18, 1917)

Her Love Letters (January 20, 1914) (British release date: April 16, 1914)

Her Master (working title for As It Was in the Beginning) (January 30, 1912)

Her Menacing Past (a.k.a. The Menacing Past) (January 5, 1915)

Her Neighbor (March 7, 1913) (British release date: July 17, 1913)

Her Nephews From Labrador (British release title: The Nephews From Labrador) (January 26, 1913) (British release date: May 10, 1913)

Her New York (working title: The Heart of New York) (January 7, 1917)

Her Right to Happiness (Princess) (November 28, 1913) (British release date: March 12, 1914)

Her Secret (June 7, 1912)

Her Sisters Secret (May 6, 1913) (British release date: August 11, 1913)

Her Two Jewels (July 4, 1913) (British release date: October 9, 1913)

Her Way (Princess) (March 6, 1914) (British release date: July 20, 1914)

Heros Jealous Wife, The (a.k.a. A Husbands Jealous Wife) (September 23, 1910)

Hidden Valley (November 5, 1916)

Higher Law, The (October 10, 1911)

Higher the Fewer, The (November 14, 1911)

Hildas Husky Helper (Falstaff) (January 6, 1916) (British release date: August 17, 1916)

Hintons Double (early working title: The Rogue and His Double; later working title: The Clerk and the Criminal) (May 6, 1917)

His Enemy (Princess) (June 5, 1914) (British release date: October 12, 1914)

His Fathers Son (September 6, 1912) (British release date: February 1, 1913)

His Fathers Wife (working title: The Rube Boss) (December 26, 1913) (British release date: April 2, 1914)

His Great Uncles Spirit (March 8, 1912)

His Guardian Auto (Falstaff) (June 11, 1915) (British release date: October 18, 1915)

His Heroine (March 4, 1913) (British release date: June 9, 1913)

His Imaginary Family (Princess) (December 12, 1913) (British release date: April 9, 1914)

His I.O.U. (July 16, 1915) (British release date: December 20, 1915)

His Last Bet (September 7, 1913) (British release date: December 25, 1913)

His Majesty the Baby (British release title for His Majesty, the King; released in the United States on December 18, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

His Majesty, the King (British release title: His Majesty the Baby) (December 18, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

His Only Son (reissue title for Young Lord Stanley; original release October 25, 1910)

His Profession (a.k.a. His Vocation) (December 7, 1915)

His Reward (Princess) (April 24, 1914) (British release date: August 31, 1914)

His Sacrifice (June 13, 1913) (British release date: October 2, 1913)

His Sisters Kiddies (February 21, 1915) (British release date: July 5, 1915)

His Two Patients (July 25, 1915) (British release date: December 9, 1915)

His Uncles Wives (February 2, 1913) (British release date: June 9, 1913)

His Vocation (a.k.a. His Profession) (December 7, 1915)

His Wife (working title: My Wife) (October 28, 1915)

His Winning Way (Princess) (September 4, 1914) (British release date: December 24, 1914)

His Younger Brother (March 14, 1911)

Hold-Up, The (Princess) (February 27, 1914) (British release date: June 29, 1914)

Home Made Mince Pie (September 27, 1910)

Home of Silence, The (Princess) (January 29, 1915)

Honest Young Man, An (March 9, 1913)

Honeymooners, The (September 22, 1911)

House Party at Carson Manor, The (December 5, 1915) (British release date: August 14, 1916)

House That Jack Moved, The (Falstaff) (May 21, 1915)

How Filmy Won His Sweetheart (October 28, 1913)

Husbands Jealous Wife, A (a.k.a. The Heros Jealous Wife) (September 23, 1910)

Hypnotized (British release title: A Quack Hypnotist) (December 30, 1910) (British release date: April 26, 1913)

 

I

Idol of the Hour, The (March 14, 1913) (British release date: June 19, 1913)

Image Maker, The (a.k.a. The Image Maker of Thebes) (January 21, 1917) (British release date: July 9, 1918)

Impostor, The (March 28, 1911)

In a Garden (a.k.a. The Romance of a Gardener) (October 25, 1912) (British release date: March 5, 1913)

In a Japanese Garden (August 22, 1915) (British release date: February 24, 1916)

In Babys Garden (November 14, 1915) (British release date: June 5, 1916)

In Blossom Time (June 25, 1912) (British release date: December 14, 1912)

In Dangers Hour (September 11, 1914) (British release date: January 11, 1915)

In Her Sleep (Princess) (May 15, 1914) (British release date: September 28, 1914)

In Mexico (Falstaff) (August 29, 1916)

In Perils Path (August 14, 1914) (British release date: December 10, 1914)

In the Chorus (September 15, 1911)

In the Conservatory (Princess) (December 11, 1914) (British release date: March 29, 1915)

In the Hands of the Enemy (November 16, 1915)

In the Jury Room (February 2, 1915) (British release date: July 22, 1915)

In the Name of the Law (British release title: The Arm of the Law) (January 11, 1916) (British release date: October 1916)

In the Nick of Time (August 1, 1913) (British release date: November 10, 1913)

In the Valley (June 18, 1915) (British release date: October 18, 1914)

In Their Hour of Need (May 23, 1913) (British release date: August 28, 1913)

In Time of Peril (November 15, 1912) (British release date: May 5, 1913)

Inauguration Ceremonies (March 5, 1913)

Infant Heart Snatcher, The (April 19, 1914) (British release date: July 27, 1914)

Innocence at Monte Carlo (June 27, 1915) (British release date: November 8, 1915)

Innocent Burglar, An (Princess) (January 22, 1915) (British release date: June 7, 1915)

Innocent Traitor, An (December 14, 1915)

Inside Tip, An (January 10, 1915) (British release date: June 11, 1915)

Inspiration (November 18, 1915) (reissued by Arrow, October 21, 1918, as The Perfect Model)

Into the Desert (April 19, 1912) (British release date: November 20, 1912)

Iolanthe (working title for King Renés Daughter) (July 1, 1913)

Iron Clad Lover, The (December 9, 1910)

Iron-Hearted Pemberton (working title for Fires of Youth) (June 17, 1917)

It Happened to Adele (working title: Romance and Rubbers) (July 15, 1917)

Its an Ill Wind (Falstaff) (May 28, 1915)

 

J

Jack and the Beanstalk (December 19, 1913) (British release date: December 21, 1914)

Jane Eyre (May 6, 1910)

Jealousy (working title: A Cure for Jealousy) (March 26, 1915) (British release date: August 9, 1915)

Jean of the Wilderness (September 8, 1914)

Jenks Day Off (August 2, 1910)

JessPart 1A Sisters Sacrifice (May 21, 1912) (British release date: January 8, 1913)

JessPart 2Through the Boer Lines (May 28, 1912) (British release date: January 8, 1913)

JessPart 3Jess, the Avenger (May 28, 1912) (British release date: January 8, 1913)

Jess, the Avenger (Jess, Part 3) (May 28, 1912) (British release date: January 8, 1913)

Jewels of Allah, The (October 27, 1911)

JEWISH MAIDENS WRONG, THE (a.k.a. Deborah; a.k.a. Deborah, the Jewish Maiden) (July 7, 1914) (British release date: October 29, 1914)

Jilted (May 14, 1912)

Joe Harkins Ward (Princess) (March 19, 1915) (British release date: August 2, 1915)

John Brewsters Wife (working title: The Only Way) (June 6, 1916)

John Halifax, Gentleman (December 2, 1910)

John T. Rocks and the Flivver (October 17, 1915)

Joseph and His Brethren (working title for Joseph in the Land of Egypt) (February 1, 1914)

Joseph in the Land of Egypt (working titles: Joseph and His Brethren; Joseph, Son of Jacob) (February 1, 1914)

Joseph, Son of Jacob (working title for Joseph in the Land of Egypt) (February 1, 1914)

Judges Story, The (August 4, 1911)

Jungle Life in South America (Falstaff) (March 2, 1916)

Junior Partner, The (November 4, 1913) (British release date: February 19, 1914)

Just a Bad Kid (January 9, 1912)

Just a Shabby Doll (a.k.a. Little Nell) (March 11, 1913) (British release date: June 26, 1913)

Just Kids (Princess) (April 9, 1915) (British release date: September 13, 1915)

 

K

Kate o the Kitchen (working title for Pots and Pans Peggie) (March 18, 1917)

Kathleen, the Irish Rose (March 10, 1914) (British release date: June 26, 1914)

Keeper of the Light, The (Princess) (August 28, 1914) (British release date: January 4, 1915)

Keeping a Husband (November 8, 1914) (British release date: March 22, 1915)

Kiddies Kaptain Kidd, The (Falstaff) (May 8, 1916)

King Lear (December 17, 1916)

King Renés Daughter (working title: Iolanthe) (July 1, 1913) (British release date: October 13, 1913)

Knotted Cord, The (February 2, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

 

L

Ladder of Life, The (November 5, 1912)

Lady Clare (May 19, 1911)

Lady from the Sea, The (December 12, 1911)

Landing of the Huguenots (British release title for The Two Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Landing of the Huguenots at New Rochelle; a.k.a. Anniversary of the Huguenot Landing; released in the United States on August 3, 1913) (British release date: November 13, 1913)

LARk in the Foreign Office, A (British release title for A Leak in the Foreign Office) (February 17, 1914) (British release date: July 2, 1914)

Last Concert, The (May 3, 1915)

Last of the Mohicans, The (November 10, 1911)

Latchkey, The (August 26, 1910) (British release date: November 13, 1910)

Law of Humanity, The (Princess) (December 19, 1913) (British release date: March 30, 1914)

Lawyer, Dog and Baby (December 14, 1913) (British release date: March 16, 1914)

Leak in the Foreign Office, A (British release title: A Lark in the Foreign Office) (February 17, 1914) (British release date: July 2, 1914)

Leaven of Good, The (July 12, 1914) (British release date: November 16, 1914)

Left in the Train (October 18, 1914) (British release date: February 15, 1915)

Legend of Provence, The (December 1, 1913)

Legend of Snow White, The (a.k.a.The Legend of the Snow Child) (May 29, 1914) (British release date: August 24, 1914)

Legend of the Snow Child, The (a.k.a. The Legend of Snow White) (May 29, 1914)

Lena Rivers (August 12, 1910)

Leon of the Table dHote (October 4, 1910)

Letters of a Lifetime (October 1, 1912) (British release date: April 1, 1913)

Levys Fashion Exhibit (Private advertising film) (February 10, 1916)

Liar and the Thief, The (working title for Shes Done It Again) (March 29, 1910)

Lie, The (September 19, 1911)

Lie that Failed, The (August 15, 1913) (British release date: December 4, 1913)

Life of a Fireman, The (October 27, 1910)

Life Worth While, The (April 4, 1915) (British release date: September 6, 1915)

Lifes Pathway (September 30, 1913) (British release date: January 22, 1914)

Light on the Reef, The (October 5, 1915)

Little Bobby (March 14, 1915) (British release date: July 26, 1915)

LITTLE BOWL BEARER, THE (British release title for The Bowl-Bearer) (released in the United States on September 7, 1915) (British release date: April 6, 1916)

Little Brother (November 7, 1913) (British release date: March 9, 1914)

Little Captain of the Scouts, The (November 9, 1915)

Little Church Around the Corner, The (Princess) (December 5, 1913)

Little Dorrit (July 29, 1913) (British release date: December 15, 1913)

Little Emly and David Copperfield (October 24, 1911)

Little Fire Chief, The (November 8, 1910)

Little Girl Next Door, The (November 1, 1912) (British release date: Mrach 26, 1913)

Little Herman (Falstaff) (June 18, 1915)

Little Hero of Holland, The (June 17, 1910) (British release date: October 30, 1910)

Little Mischief (September 6, 1914) (British release date: January 4, 1915)

Little Mother, The (February 28, 1911)

Little Nell (a.k.a. Just a Shabby Doll) (March 11, 1913) (British release date: June 23, 1913)

Little Old New York (June 13, 1911)

Little Senorita, The (Princess) (June 19, 1914) (British release date: October 26, 1914)

Little Shut-In, The (May 17, 1912) (British release date: December 11, 1912)

Lizards of the Desert (October 9, 1914) (British release date: March 1, 1915)

Lobster Salad and Milk (Princess) (October 24, 1913)

Lochinvar (a.k.a. Young Lochinvar) (September 26, 1911)

Lonely Heart, The (working title for When Love Was Blind) (April 15, 1917)

Long Arm of the Secret Service, The (October 16, 1915) (British release date: April 6, 1916)

Looking for Trouble (November 9, 1913) (British release date: March 26, 1914)

Looking Forward (December 20, 1910)

Lorna Doone (June 30, 1911)

Los Angeles the Beautiful (January 26, 1913)

Los Angeles the Beautiful (February 7, 1913)

LostA Union Suit (British release title: LostAn Undervest) (May 10, 1914) (British release date: August 31, 1914)

LOSTAN UNDERVEST (British release title for LostA Union Suit) (May 10, 1914) (British release date: August 31, 1914)

Lost Combination, The (June 27, 1913) (British release date: December 16, 1913)

LOST HEIR, THE (British release title for The Missing Heir) (November 7, 1911) (British release date: March 23, 1913)

Louie, the Life Saver (October 7, 1913) (British release date: January 29, 1914)

LOVE AND LAW (a.k.a. Love and the Law) (December 13, 1910)

Love and Money (May 9, 1915) (British release date: September 27, 1915)

Love and Savagery (working title for The Terror of Anger) (November 10, 1914) (British release date: February 25, 1915)

Love and the Law (a.k.a. Love and Law) (December 13, 1910)

Love of Long Ago, A (April 9, 1912) (British release date: March 15, 1913)

Loves Miracle (Note: This film is different from Loves Miracle, the British release title for The Miracle) (May 10, 1912) (British release date: January 18, 1913)

LOVES MIRACLE (British release title for The Miracle) (Note: This film is different from Loves Miracle, a Thanhouser film released in the United States on May 10, 1912 and in Great Britain on January 18, 1913) (British release date: April 3, 1916)

Loves of David Copperfield, The (October 31, 1911)

Loves Sacrifice (September 29, 1911)

LucileParts 1 and 2 (August 27, 1912) (British release date: November 27, 1912)

LucilePart 3 (August 30, 1912) (British release date: November 27, 1912)

Lucky Larrys Lady Love (Falstaff) (January 25, 1916)

Lucky Shot, The (July 12, 1910) (British release date: January 1, 1911)

Lucys Elopement (December 29, 1914) (British release date: June 3, 1915)

Lulus Lost Lotharios (Falstaff) (November 8, 1915)

 

M

M. Lecoq (a.k.a. Mons. Lecoq; a.k.a. Monsieur Lecoq) (August 26, 1915)

Ma and Dad (July 5, 1912) (British release date: May 14, 1913)

Mad Hermit, The (August 9, 1910)

Madonna of the Poor, A (October 27, 1914) (British release date: March 5, 1915)

Magnet of Destruction, The (March 30, 1915) (British release date: August 12, 1915)

Mail Clerks Temptation, The (September 17, 1912) (British release date: March 15, 1913)

Maker of Guns, A (July 6, 1915)

Making the Major a Mayor (Falstaff) (June 15, 1916)

Man of Honor, A (April 25, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Man of Iron, A (February 16, 1915) (British release date: June 24, 1915)

MAN SHE LOVED, THE (British release title for For The Man She Loved) (July 8, 1913) (British release date: November 3, 1913)

Man She Made, The (working title for The Woman and the Beast) (Graphic Features) (April 17, 1917)

Man With the Hoe, The (November 15, 1914) (British release date: March 15, 1915)

Man Without a Country, The (Jewel) (September 9, 1917)

Man Without Fear, The (June 19, 1914) (British release date: September 28, 1914)

MANAGERS MISTAKE, THE (British release title for When She Played Broadway) (May 9, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Mans Sin, The (April 20, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Marble Heart (May 13, 1913) (British release date: September 4, 1913)

Marceline, the Window Cleaner (working title for The Mishaps of Marceline) (March 7, 1915)

Marvelous [MARVELLOUS in Great Britain] Marathoner, The (Falstaff) (August 16, 1915) (British release date: February 21, 1916)

Mary Lawsons Secret (April 1, 1917)

Marys Goat (October 27, 1912) (British release date: March 22, 1913)

Massive Movie Mermaid, A (Falstaff) (August 30, 1915) (British release date: February 20, 1916)

Master Hand, The (Princess) (September 18, 1914) (British release date: January 18, 1915)

Master of Millions, A (November 21, 1911)

Master Shakespeare, Strolling Player (April 20, 1916)

Masters Model, The (March 16, 1915) (British release date: July 15, 1915)

Maud Muller Modernized (Falstaff) (March 2, 1916)

Mc Carn Plays Fate (Thanhouser-Reliance) (August 18, 1914) (British release date: December 3, 1914)

Mediums Nemesis, The (August 22, 1913) (British release date: December 29, 1913)

Menacing Past, The (a.k.a. Her Menacing Past) (January 5, 1915) (British release date: May 13, 1915)

Merchant of Venice, The (July 26, 1912) (British release date: February 8, 1913)

Mercy on a Crutch (July 13, 1915) (British release date: November 25, 1915)

Mermaid, The (July 29, 1910)

Message From Niagara, A (February 23, 1912) (British release date: February 26, 1913)

Message Through Flames, A (August 10, 1915) (British release date: January 27, 1916)

Message to Headquarters, The (September 12, 1913)

Messenger of Death, The (July 28, 1914) (British release date: April 1, 1915)

Messenger of Gladness, A (November 22, 1914) (British release date: April 5, 1915)

Mettle of a Man, The (September 20, 1914) (British release date: January 18, 1915)

Milestones of Life (working title: The Four Seasons) (July 29, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Militant Suffragette, A (December 29, 1912)

Milkmans Revenge, The (December 7, 1913) (British release date: March 26, 1914)

Mill on the Floss, The (December 16, 1915) (British release date: April 29, 1916)

Million Dollar Mystery, The (Serial in 23 episodes) (British release dates: All 23 episodes were released sequentially in 1915)

Millionaire Milkman, The (December 16, 1910)

Minnie, the Mean Manicurist (Falstaff) (December 6, 1915) (British release date: July 13, 1916)

Miracle, The (British release title: Loves Miracle; this film is different from Loves Miracle, a Thanhouser film released in the United States on May 10, 1912 and in Great Britain on January 18, 1913) (British release date: April 3, 1916)

Misers Reversion, The (March 24, 1914) (British release date: July 9, 1915)

Mishaps of Marceline, The (working title: Marceline, the Window Cleaner) (March 7, 1915) (British release date: August 2, 1915)

Miss Arabella Snaith (May 3, 1912)

Miss Mischief (June 8, 1913) (British release date: September 18, 1913)

Miss Robinson Crusoe (October 8, 1912) (British release date: March 29, 1913)

MISS TAGU OF TOKIO (British release title for Miss Taqu of Tokio) (November 19, 1912) (British release date: March 15, 1913)

Miss Taqu of Tokio (British release title: Miss Tagu of Tokio) (November 19, 1912) (British release date: March 15, 1913)

Missing Heir, The (British release title: The Lost Heir) (November 7, 1911) (British release date: March 23, 1913)

Missing Witness, The (August 12, 1913) (British release date: December 11, 1913)

Mistake of Mammy Lou, The (November 7, 1915) (British release date: June 12, 1916)

Mistress and Maid (November 1, 1910)

Mme. Blanche, Beauty Doctor (Falstaff) (July 9, 1915) (British release date: November 22, 1915)

Modern Lochinvar, A (June 29, 1913) (British release date: November 3, 1913)

Modern Monte Cristo, A (working title: Buried Treasure) (British release title: Eye For an Eye) (February 4, 1917) (British release date: May 29, 1918)

Mohammedan Conspiracy, A (May 12, 1914)

Moment of GREAT Sacrifice, The (British release title title for The Moment of Sacrifice) (April 13, 1915) (British release date: September 16, 1915)

Moment of Sacrifice, The (British release title: The Moment of Great Sacrifice) (April 13, 1915) (British release date: September 16, 1915)

Mons. Lecoq (a.k.a. M. Lecoq; a.k.a. Monsieur Lecoq) (August 26, 1915)

Monsieur Lecoq (a.k.a. M. Lecoq; a.k.a. Mons Lecoq) (August 26, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Monsieur Nikola Dupree (May 4, 1915) (British release date: September 23, 1915)

Moth, The (August 29, 1911)

Mother (September 6, 1910)

Mother of Her Dreams, The (September 10, 1915) (British release date: March 13, 1916)

Mothers Choice, A (September 1, 1914) (British release date: January 21, 1915)

Mothers Faith, A (November 17, 1911)

Moths (Mutual) (September 1913)

Motoring (June 9, 1911)

Movie Fans (Falstaff) (April 30, 1915)

Mr. Cinderella (October 25, 1914) (British release date: April 12, 1915)

Mr. Meesons Will (November 6, 1915)

Mrs. Pinkhursts Proxy (January 4, 1914) (British release date: May 18, 1914)

Mrs. Van Ruyters Stratagem (November 24, 1914) (British release date: April 22, 1915)

Mummy, The (March 7, 1911)

Musicians Daughter, The (April 14, 1914) (British release date: August 13, 1914)

Musickers (Falstaff) (September 5, 1916)

My Babys Voice (March 29, 1912) (British release date: November 16, 1912)

My Country (working title for War and the Woman) (September 9, 1917)

My Wife (working title for His Wife) (October 28, 1915)

Mystery of Eagles Cliff, The (October 3, 1915) (British release date: May 8, 1916)

Mystery of the Haunted Hotel, The (October 21, 1913) (British release date: February 12, 1914)

Mystery of Wall Street, A (February 11, 1913) (British release date: May 24, 1913)

 

N

Naidra, the Dream Woman (December 4, 1914) (British release date: April 15, 1915)

Napoleons Luck Stone (January 17, 1913)

Natures Celebrities (November 22, 1914)

Necklace of Pearls, The (December 19, 1915) (British release date: July 17, 1916)

Nellies Strategy (a.k.a. Nells Strategy) (Princess) (February 5, 1915) (British release date: June 28, 1915)

Nephews From Labrador, THE (British release title for Her Nephews From Labrador) (January 26, 1913) (British release date: May 10, 1913)

Net, The (working titles: The Siren From the Sea; The Evil Woman) (April 1, 1916) (British release date: February 20, 1918)

New Cure for Divorce, A (August 2, 1912) (British release date: April 26, 1913)

Newsboy Hero, A (February 24, 1911)

Newspaper Nemesis, A (February 28, 1915) (British release date: July 12, 1915)

Newsy and the Tramp, The (December 5, 1911)

Niagara Honeymoon, A (January 19, 1912)

Niagara the Beautiful (May 14, 1912)

Nicholas Nickleby (March 19, 1912) (British release date: January 1, 1913)

Night Clerks Nightmare, A (June 14, 1912) (British release date: April 19, 1913)

Nobody Loves a Fat Woman (August 15, 1911)

Noise Like a Fortune, A (November 10, 1912)

Norwood Necklace, The (February 10, 1911)

Not Guilty (September 20, 1910)

Now Watch the Professor! (August 13, 1912) (British release date: April 30, 1913)

Nursie and the Knight (July 12, 1912) (British release date: January 8, 1913)

Nymph, The (May 30, 1916)

 

O

Oh! Oh! Oh! Henery! (Some British publicity was under the title Oh! Oh! Henry) (April 4, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Oh! Such a Beautiful Ocean (August 10, 1913) (British release date: December 8, 1913)

Oh, What a Knight! (October 18, 1910)

Official Goat Protector, The (September 26, 1913) (British release date: January 15, 1914)

Old Bess (June 28, 1912)

Old Curiosity Shop, The (January 20, 1911)

Old Dr. Judd (August 9, 1912)

Old Folks at Home, The (October 24, 1913) (British release date: February 26, 1914)

Old Home Week (April 14, 1911)

Old Jacksons Girl (October 20, 1914) (British release date: March 25, 1915)

Old Jane of the Gaiety (July 18, 1915) (British release date: December 13, 1915)

Old Shoe Came Back, The (April 15, 1910)

On Account of a Dog (Princess) (February 26, 1915) (British release date: July 19, 1915)

On Probation (February 2, 1912)

On the Brink of the Abyss (March 2, 1915) (British release date: August 5, 1915)

On the Stroke of Five (June 11, 1912) (British release date: November 23, 1912)

One Hour of Youth (working and British release title for An Hour of Youth) (April 12, 1914) (British release date: August 3, 1914)

One Little Touch (working title for The Touch of a Little Hand) (Princess) (October 16, 1914) (British release date: February 1, 1915)

One of the Honor Squad (August 4, 1912) (British release date: March 29, 1912)

$1,000 Reward (February 26, 1915) (British release date: June 28, 1915)

One Who Cared, The (Princess) (October 9, 1914) (British release date: February 15, 1915)

Only a Millers Daughter (July 21, 1912) (British release date: May 15, 1913)

ONLY A VOLUNTEER (British release title for The Volunteer Fireman) (January 29, 1915) (British release date: June 7, 1915)

Only Girl in Camp, The (a.k.a. The Only Girl in the Camp) (January 10, 1911)

Only in the Way (January 31, 1911)

Only Way, The (working title for John Brewsters Wife) (June 6, 1916)

Optimistic Oriental Occults, The (British release title: Uncles Ultimatum) (Falstaff) (January 3, 1916) (British release date: August 21, 1916)

Orator, Knight and Cow Charmer (September 15, 1912) (British release date: December 25, 1912)

Orphans Romance, An (a.k.a. The Orphans Romance) (December 23, 1913) (British release date: March 19, 1914)

Oscar, the Oyster Opener (Falstaff) (March 7, 1916) (British release date: December 21, 1916)

Other Girl, The (May 9, 1913) (British release date: August 21, 1913)

Other Half, The (December 17, 1912) (British release date: April 23, 1913)

Other Peoples Money (June 1, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Out of the Dark (July 2, 1912) (British release date: May 14, 1913)

Out of the Sea (September 12, 1915) (British release date: April 10, 1916)

Out of the Shadows (a.k.a. From the Shadows) (June 2, 1914) (British release date: October 22, 1914)

Out of the Shadows (working title for The Turning of the Road) (November 3, 1914) (British release date: March 11, 1915)

Outcasts of Society (July 27, 1915) (British release date: November 18, 1915)

Outlaws Nemesis, The (June 21, 1914) (British release date: October 26, 1914)

Outwitted (February 16, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Oval Diamond, The (February 24, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Overworked Oversea Overseer, The (Falstaff) (April 15, 1916)

 

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P. Henry Jenkins and Mars (British release title: The Helmet of Mars) (Falstaff) (July 23, 1915) (British release date: December 20, 1915)

Pamela Congreve (May 26, 1914)

Pamelas Past (Exclusive Features) (December 1, 1916)

Pansy Post, Protean Player (Falstaff) (March 21, 1916) (British release date: December 14, 1916)

Pansys Prison Pies (Falstaff) (September 6, 1915) (British release date: March 13, 1916)

Parade of the Volunteer Firemen of Westchester County and Vicinity (October 27, 1910)

Pas Medicine (July 9, 1912) (British release date: May 7, 1913)

Pasadena Chariot Races (March 9, 1913)

Pashas Daughter, The (January 3, 1911)

Passing, The (January 2, 1912)

Patriot, The (April 8, 1913)

Patriot and the Spy, The (working title: The Spy and the Patriot) (June 7, 1915) (British release date: December 1915)

Patriot Maid of 76, The (a.k.a. For Washington) (February 21, 1911)

Paul and Virginia (November 15, 1910)

Pauls Political Pull (Falstaff) (March 28, 1916)

Pawns of Fate (November 17, 1914) (British release date: March 18, 1915)

Peaceful Victory, A (October 17, 1913) (British release date: February 9, 1914)

Pearls Perfidy (working title for Disguisers) (Falstaff) (May 29, 1916)

Pedro, the Punk Poet (Falstaff) (March 23, 1916)

Peggie o the Pots and Pans (working title for Pots and Pans Peggie) (March 18, 1917)

Peggys Invitation (December 16, 1913) (British release date: April 6, 1914)

Pendulum of Fate, The (July 21, 1914) (British release date: November 5, 1914)

Percys First Holiday (February 8, 1914) (British release date: August 10, 1914)

Perfect Model, The (reissue title for Inspiration; originally issued November 18, 1915) (Arrow) (October 21, 1918)

Perkins Peace Party (Falstaff) (February 17, 1916)

Perplexing Pickle Puzzle, A (Falstaff) (September 30, 1915) (British release date: April 13, 1916)

Petersons Pitiful Plight (Falstaff) (June 3, 1916)

Petes Persian Princess (Falstaff) (January 20, 1916) (British release date: August 7, 1916)

Petticoat Camp (November 3, 1912)

Phantom Witness, The (January 19, 1916)

Picture of Dorian Gray, The (July 20, 1915)

Pied Piper of Hamelin, The (August 1, 1911)

Pillory, The (October 8, 1916)

Pillars of Society, The (May 2, 1911)

Pineapple Plantation, A (British release title for A Bahaman Pineapple Plantation) (Princess) (released in the United States on July 24, 1914) (British release date: December 24, 1914)

Playwrights Love, The (July 22, 1910)

Please Help the PoOR (British release title for Please Help the Pore) (September 29, 1912) (British release date: April 19, 1913)

Please Help the Pore (British release title: Please Help the Poor) (September 29, 1912) (British release date: April 16, 1913)

Pleasing Uncle (Princess) (January 15, 1915) (British release date: May 24, 1915)

Plot Against the Governor, The (working title: The Governors Double) (October 14, 1913) (This subject was released in England on February 5, 1914 by Thanhouser Films, Ltd., according to a notice in The Bioscope, December 11, 1913. A notice in the same publication, December 25, 1913, gave the release date as February 2, 1914.)

Plugged Nickel, A (Falstaff) (August 6, 1915) (British release date: February 10, 1916)

Poacher, The (British release title: The Poachers) (March 15, 1912) (British release date: May 3, 1913)

Pocahontas (October 11, 1910)

Poet of the People, The (April 25, 1911)

Politeness Pays (Princess) (May 1, 1914) (British release date: September 17, 1914)

Political Pull of John, The (December 19, 1915)

Politician, The (working title for The Woman in Politics) (January 13, 1916) (British release date: October 12, 1916)

Politickers (Falstaff) (May 22, 1916)

Poor Relation, A (January 3, 1913)

Portrait of Lady Anne, The (July 23, 1912) (British release date: November 13, 1912)

Postmaster of Pineapple Plains, The (Falstaff) (November 22, 1915) (British release date: June 22, 1916)

Pots and Pans Peggie (working titles: Kate o the Kitchen; Peggy o the Pots and Pans; variant title: Pots and Pans Peggy) (March 18, 1917) (British release date: March 13, 1918)

Pretty Fugitive, The (working title for The Fugitive) (August 13, 1916)

Pretty Girl in Lower Five, The (February 18, 1913)

Price of Her Silence, The (September 30, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Priscillas Pets (April 25, 1913)

Problem Love Solved, The (December 2, 1913) (British release date: March 23, 1914)

Professor Snaith (Princess) (June 26, 1914) (British release date: October 19, 1914)

Professors Peculiar Precautions, The (Falstaff) (April 8, 1916)

Professors Son, The (June 28, 1912)

Prompt Payment (January 27, 1911)

Proposal by Proxy (August 3, 1913) (British release date: November 17, 1913)

Protean Play, The (a.k.a. Harrys Waterloo) (July 19, 1914)

Protectorys Oldest Boy, The (August 5, 1913)

Prudence the Pirate (October 22, 1916)

Psychology of Fear (January 31, 1913) (British release date: June 5, 1913)

Pullman Nightmare, A (May 25, 1913) (British release date: September 1, 1913)

Purse and the Girl, The (a.k.a. The Loser Wins) (Princess) (January 30, 1914) (British release date: May 25, 1914)

Put Yourself In His Place (October 29, 1912)

 

Q

QUACK HYPNOTIST, A (British release title for Hypnotized) (December 30, 1910) (British release date: April 26, 1913)

QUIET LITTLE ANGEL, THE (British release title for The Angel in the Mask) (May 30, 1915) (British release date: November 15, 1915)

 

R

Race, The (December 20, 1912)

Railroad Builder, The (May 9, 1911)

Ranchman and the Hungry Bird, The (a.k.a. The Story of the Ranchman and the Hungry Bird) (July 19, 1912) (British release date: December 28, 1912)

Reader of Minds, The (December 8, 1914)

Real Estaters (Falstaff) (June 12, 1916)

Redemption (September 16, 1913) (British release date: January 5, 1914)

Refugee, The (May 21, 1915) (British release date: October 11, 1915)

Reformation of Peter and Paul, The (April 23, 1915) (British release date: September 13, 1915)

REFORMING INQUISITIVE ROSIE (British release title for Reforming Rubbering Rosie) (Falstaff) (January 13, 1916) (British release date: August 10, 1916)

Reforming Rubbering Rosie (British release title: Reforming Inquisitive Rosie) (Falstaff) (January 13, 1916) (British release date: August 10, 1916)

Regimental Ball, The (May 12, 1911)

Reincarnation (August 31, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Reinstated (British release title for Coals of Fire; released in the United States on January 16, 1914) (British release date: April 9, 1914)

Rejuvenation (April 23, 1912)

Remorse (June 16, 1914) (British release date: October 8, 1914)

Repeater, The (December 22, 1912)

Repentance (March 31, 1914) (British release date: July 23, 1914)

Rescue, The (October 11, 1914) (British release date: February 1, 1915)

Rescue of Mr. Henpeck, The (June 9, 1911)

Restoration, The (August 5, 1910)

Retribution (April 18, 1913) (British release date: August 14, 1913)

Reunion, The (February 23, 1916)

Revenge of the Steeple-Jack, The (August 8, 1915) (British release date: January 24, 1916)

Richelieu (working title for Cardinal Richelieus Ward) (March 1, 1914)

Ring of a Spanish Grandee, The (May 24, 1912) (British release date: March 12, 1913)

Rip Van Winkle (December 6, 1910)

Rivalry (June 9, 1914) (British release date: September 24, 1914)

Road to Fame, The (This film contained Camille, a play-within-a-film) (September 28, 1915)

Robert Emmet (March 17, 1911)

Robin Hood (British release title: Robin Hood and Maid Marian) (Mutual) (parts 1 and 2, September 23; parts 3 and 4, September 30, 1913) (British release date: April 23, 1914; all four parts)

Robin Hood and Maid Marian (British release title for Robin Hood, to which refer)

Rogue and His Double, The (working title for Hintons Double) (May 6, 1917)

Romance and Rubbers (working title for It Happened to Adele) (July 15, 1917)

Romance of a Gardener, The (a.k.a. In a Garden) (October 25, 1912)

Romance of Lonely Island, The (August 25, 1911)

Romance of the Hollow Tree, The (April 11, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Romance of the Rural Route, A (a.k.a. A Rural Free Delivery Romance) (Princess) (January 2, 1914) (British release date: June 8, 1914)

Romance of the U.S.N., A (December 6, 1912)

Romeo and Juliet, Part I (September 1, 1911) (British release date: March 8, 1913)

Romeo and Juliet, Part II (September 8, 1911) (British release date: March 8, 1913)

Romeoers (Falstaff) (June 15, 1916)

Roosevelts Return (filmed June 18, 1910; listed in the Filmography under this date)

Rosies Revenge (April 27, 1913) (British release date: July 31, 1913)

Rube Boss, The (working title for His Fathers Wife) (December 26, 1913)

Ruining Randalls Reputation (Falstaff) (April 3, 1916)

Runaway, The (June 6, 1913) (British release date: September 25, 1913)

Runaway Princess, The (working title: From Barmaid to Duchess) (January 9, 1914) (British release date: May 7, 1914)

Running Rival Restaurants (working title for Advertisementers) (Falstaff) (June 5, 1916)

Ruperts Rube Relation (a.k.a. Ruperts Rube Relatives) (Falstaff) (March 16, 1916)

Ruperts Rube Relatives (a.k.a. Ruperts Rube Relation) (Falstaff) (March 16, 1916)

Rural Free Delivery Romance, A (a.k.a. A Romance of the Rural Route) (Princess) (January 2, 1914)

Rural Romance, A (Princess) (August 14, 1914) (British release date: November 30, 1914)

Rusty Reggies Record (Falstaff) (February 29, 1916) (British release date: November 9, 1916)

Ruths Remarkable Reception (Falstaff) (February 22, 1916) (British release date: October 12, 1916)

 

S

Sailors Smiling Spirit, The (Falstaff) (April 17, 1916)

Saint, Devil and Woman (working title: Woman, Saint and Devil) (September 25, 1916)

St. Elmo (March 22, 1910)

Saleslady, The (May 7, 1912)

Sammys Semi-Suicide (Falstaff) (May 27, 1916)

SAND MANS CURE (April 22, 1910)

Sapvilles Stalwart Son (Falstaff) (April 10, 1916)

Satyr and the Lady, The (October 20, 1911)

Schemers, The (Princess) (April 2, 1915) (British release date: August 23, 1914)

Scientific Mother, A (Falstaff) (May 7, 1915) (British release date: September 20, 1915)

Scientists Doll, The (March 1, 1914) (British release date: June 22, 1914)

Scoop at Bellville, The (October 12, 1915) (British release date: May 22, 1916)

Scrub Lady, The (British release title: The Char-Lady) (June 7, 1914) (British release date: October 12, 1914)

Seeds of Jealousy (Princess) (November 13, 1914) (British release date: March 15, 1915)

Seminary Consumed By Flames, A (March 4, 1914)

Seven Ages of an Alligator (February 2, 1913) (British release date: June 5, 1913)

Seventh Noon, The (Mutual-Thanhouser) (November 4, 1915)

Shadows and Sunshine (Princess) (December 18, 1914) (British release date: April 19, 1915)

She (December 26, 1911)

She Stoops to Conquer (August 19, 1910)

She Wanted to Marry a Hero (April 29, 1910)

Shep the Sentinel (working title: The Doctors Sentinel) (January 1, 1915) (British release date: May 17, 1915)

Sheps Race With Death (November 1, 1914) (British release date: March 8, 1915)

SHEPS RETURN (British release title for A Clever Collies Comeback) (Falstaff) (released in the United States on February 1, 1916) (British release date: 1916)

Sherlock Holmes Solves The Sign of the Four (February 25, 1913)

Shes Done It Again (working title: The Liar and the Thief) (March 29, 1910)

Shine Girl, The (August 27, 1916)

Shoplifter, The (February 7, 1915) (British release date: June 21, 1915)

Shot Gun Cupid, A (Princess) (November 21, 1913) (British release date: February 26, 1914)

Sid Nees Finish (December 20, 1914) (British release date: May 17, 1915)

Signal Code, The (February 9, 1912)

Silas Marner (March 31, 1911)

Silas Marner (February 19, 1916) (British release date: October 19, 1916)

Silent Co-Ed, The (Falstaff) (July 2, 1915)

Silent Witness, The (February 13, 1912)

Silver-Tongued Orator, The (October 26, 1913) (British release date: March 2, 1914)

Simons Swimming Soul Mate (Falstaff) (September 20, 1915) (British release date: March 27, 1916)

Simple Simons Schooling (Falstaff) (April 22, 1916) (British release date: January 11, 1917)

Sinner, The (May 5, 1911)

Siren From the Sea, The (working title for The Net) (April 1, 1916)

Sis (Princess) (September 11, 1914) (British release date: December 28, 1914)

Sisters Sacrifice, A (Jess, Part 1) (May 21, 1912) (British release date: January 8, 1913)

Six-Cent Loaf, The (June 8, 1915) (British release date: October 28, 1915)

Six-Cylinder Elopement, A (October 6, 1912) (British release date: March 1, 1913)

Skating Master, The (February 15, 1914) (British release date: June 1, 1914)

Skilful Sleighers Stategy, The (Falstaff) (May 6, 1916)

Skinflint, The (Princess) (March 26, 1915) (British release date: July 16, 1915)

Smuggled Diamond, The (February 9, 1915) (British release date: January 7, 1915)

Smuggler, The (July 25, 1911)

Snapshots (August 24, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

Snare of Fate, The (British release title: Fate) (June 17, 1913) (British release date: October 2, 1913)

Snow Shovelers Sweetheart, The (Falstaff) March 30, 1916)

Snow Storm and Sunshine (Falstaff) (February 10, 1916) (British release date: November 16, 1916)

Soap Suds Star, The (Falstaff) (October 28, 1915) (British release date: April 6, 1916)

Some Fools There Were (February 14, 1913) (British release date: May 31, 1913)

Somnambulist, The (May 17, 1914) (British release date: September 14, 1914)

Song of the Heart, The (May 11, 1915) (British release date: September 30, 1915)

Spartan Father, The (August 29, 1913) (British release date: December 11, 1913)

Specimens from the New York Zoological Park (October 8, 1912)

Speed King, The (working title: The Winner Wins) (January 12, 1915) (British release date: May 20, 1915)

Spirit Hand, The (March 10, 1911)

Spirit of Audubon, The (October 19, 1915)

Spirit of Envy, The (August 19, 1913) (British release date: December 22, 1913)

Spirit of 61, The (May 4, 1916)

Spirit of the Game, The (February 9, 1916)

Spirit of Uplift, The (March 28, 1915) (British release date: August 9, 1915)

Spoiled Darlings Doll, The (April 4, 1913) (British release date: July 7, 1913)

Spy and the Patriot, The (working title for The Patriot and the Spy) (June 7, 1915)

Stage Child, The (May 23, 1911)

Stage Struck (March 3, 1911)

Standing Room Only (December 1, 1912) (British release date: May 3, 1913)

Star of Bethlehem, The (December 24, 1912) (British release date: March 15, 1913)

Star of the Side Show, The (April 2, 1912) (British release date: November 30, 1912)

Star Reborn, A (September 10, 1912) (British release date: February 26, 1913)

Stealing a Ride (January 27, 1911)

Stepmother, The (June 6, 1911)

Stevens Sweet Sisters (Falstaff) (May 20, 1916)

Stolen Anthurium, The (Falstaff) (June 25, 1915) (British release date: November 8, 1915)

Stolen Invention, The (September 16, 1910)

Stolen Jewels, The (March 21, 1915) (British release date: August 16, 1915)

Story of the Ranchman and the Hungry Bird, The (a.k.a. The Ranchman and the Hungry Bird) (July 19, 1912) (British release date: December 28, 1912)

Strategy of Conductor 786, The (April 26, 1914) (British release date: August 17, 1914)

Strike, The (April 21, 1914) (British release date: September 3, 1914)

Stronger Than Death (August 11, 1914) (British release date: December 17, 1914)

Substitute, The (July 14, 1914) (British release date: November 12, 1914)

Success of Selfishness, The (British release title: The Successful Selfishness) (February 6, 1914) (British release date: May 11, 1914)

SUCCESSFUL SELFISHNESS, THE (British release title for The Success of Selfishness) (February 6, 1914) (British release date: May 11, 1914)

Superstitious Sammy (Falstaff) (September 13, 1915) (British release date: March 20, 1916)

Surelock Jones, Detective (February 16, 1912)

Swiss Sea Dog, The (Falstaff) (August 27, 1916)

 

T

Taking Care of Baby (October 27, 1912) (British release date: December 19, 1913)

Taming of Mary, The (March 22, 1912)

Taming the Woman Hater (working title for The Woman Hater) (June 14, 1910)

Taming Their Grandchildren (British release title: Training Their Grandchildren) (September 9, 1913) (British release date: January 8, 1914)

Tangled Cat, The (Princess) (February 13, 1914) (British release date: June 11, 1914)

Tangled Lives (September 13, 1910) (British release date: December 22, 1910)

Tannhäuser (July 15, 1913)

Target of Destiny, The (Princess) (July 31, 1914) (British release date: November 9, 1914)

Telephone Strategy, A (Princess) (May 29, 1914) (British release date: November 21, 1914)

TELEPHONE TRAGEDY, A (a.k.a. Crossed Wires) (June 29, 1915)

Tell-Tale Scar, The (August 9, 1914) (British release date: December 14, 1914)

Tempest, The (November 28, 1911)

Tempest and Sunshine (June 28, 1910) (British release date: October 23, 1910)

Tempter and Dan Cupid, The (October 13, 1911)

Ten Nights in a Bar Room (November 4, 1910)

Terror of Anger, The (working titles: Love and Savagery; The Terror of Fear) (November 10, 1914) (British release date: February 25, 1915)

Terror of Fear, The (working title for The Terror of Anger) (November 10, 1914) (British release date: February 25, 1915)

Terrors of the Deep, The (a.k.a. At the Bottom of the Ocean) (Williamson Submarine Film Co.) (July 22, 1914)

Thanhouser Heroine, A (working title for When the Studio Burned) (February 4, 1913)

Thanksgiving Surprise, A (November 22, 1910)

That Poor Damp Cow (Falstaff) (August 27, 1915) (British release date: March 6, 1916)

Thats Happiness (July 18, 1911)

Their Best Friend (February 27, 1914) (British release date: June 22, 1914)

Their Burglar (working title: The Burglar and the Bride) (November 3, 1911)

Their Child (October 21, 1910)

Their Cousin from England (British release title: The Adventures of Cousin Algy) (March 22, 1914) (British release date: July 13, 1914)

Their Golden Wedding (January 2, 1914) (British release date: June 4, 1914)

Their Great Big Beautiful Doll (working title: The Big Beautiful Doll) (November 23, 1913) (British release date: April 13, 1913)

Their Last Performance (December 28, 1915) (British release date: June 15, 1916)

Their One Love (May 2, 1915) (British release date: October 25, 1915)

Their Soldier Hero (working title for Their One Love) (May 2, 1915)

Thelma (June 21, 1910)

Theodores Terrible Thirst (Falstaff) (March 14, 1916) (British release date: December 7, 1916)

Thief in the Night, A (working title for A Bird of Prey) (March 16, 1916)

Thirty Leagues Under the Sea (a.k.a. Thirty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea) (Submarine Film Corporation-Thanhouser) (September 14, 1914)

Thirty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (a.k.a. Thirty Leagues Under the Sea) (Submarine Film Corporation-Thanhouser) (September 14, 1914)

Three Roses, The (May 16, 1915) (British release date: September 20, 1915)

Through Ediths Looking Glass (June 13, 1915) (British release date: November 15, 1915)

Through the Boer Lines (Jess, Part 2) (May 28, 1912) (British release date: January 8, 1913)

Through the Flames (November 8, 1912)

Through the Open Door (working title for The Woman and the Beast) (Graphic Features) (April 17, 1917)

Through the Unbarred Door (working title for The Woman and the Beast) (Graphic Features) (April 17, 1917)

Thunderbolt, The (November 26, 1912) (British release date: April 9, 1913)

Tillie, the Terrible Typist (Falstaff) (October 25, 1915) (British release date: April 24, 1916)

Tin Soldier and the Dolls, The (April 5, 1914) (British release date: July 13, 1914)

Tiniest of Stars, The (January 14, 1913)

TO THE RIVERS DEPTHS (British release title for From the Rivers Depths, a.k.a. A Call From the Dead) (September 5, 1915) (British release date: March 20, 1916)

Tomboy, The (December 19, 1911)

Too Much Turkey (Princess) (April 10, 1914) (British release date: November 19, 1914)

Toodles, Tom and Trouble (Falstaff) (December 23, 1915) (British release date: July 24, 1916)

Top of New York, The (July 25, 1913) (British release date: November 17, 1913)

Touch of a Little Hand, The (working title: One Little Touch) (Princess) (October 16, 1914) (British release date: February 1, 1915)

Toy Shop, The (Princess) (June 12, 1914) (British release date: October 5, 1914)

Tracked Through the Snow (July 11, 1915) (British release date: November 22, 1914)

Traffic Cop, The (April 8, 1916)

Trail of the Love-Lorn, The (September 29, 1914) (British release date: January 28, 1915)

Train Despatcher, The (August 18, 1911)

Training Their Grandchildren (British release title for Taming Their Grandchildren; released in the United States on September 9, 1913) (British release date: January 8, 1914)

Tramp, The (March 24, 1911)

Treasure Trove (July 30, 1912) (British release date: March 1, 1913)

Triangle, The (working title for film? Listed in The Motion Picture Story Magazine, February 1913, with Marguerite Snow and James Cruze in the leads; otherwise unattributed)

Trouble Maker, The (February 6, 1912)

Truants Doom, The (November 24, 1912) (British release date: April 12, 1913)

Truly Rural Types (Falstaff) (June 4, 1915) (British release date: December 2, 1915)

Turkey Trot Town (January 18, 1914) (British release date: April 23, 1914)

Turning of the Road, The (working titles: From the Shadows; Out of the Shadows) (November 3, 1914) (British release date: March 11, 1915)

Twelfth Juror, The (January 12, 1912)

Twentieth Century Farmer, A (October 31, 1913) (British release date: March 9, 1914)

29-Cent Robbery, A (April 15, 1910) (British release date: December 29, 1910)

Twins, The (June 18, 1912) (British release date: November 13, 1912)

Twins and a Stepmother (February 3, 1914) (British release date: May 4, 1914)

Twins and the Other Girl, The (October 3, 1913) (British release date: January 29, 1914)

Twins of the G.L. Ranch, The (September 19, 1915) (British release date: March 27, 1916)

Two Cent Mystery, The (British release title: Fairies or Witches) (June 20, 1915) (British release date: December 23, 1915)

Two Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Landing of the Huguenots at New Rochelle, The (a.k.a. Anniversary of the Huguenot Landing; British release title: Landing of the Huguenots) (August 3, 1913) (British release date: November 13, 1913)

TWO LITTLE DREAMERS (British release title for Two Little Dromios) (January 11, 1914) (British release date: April 23, 1914)

Two Little Dromios (British release title: Two Little Dreamers) (January 11, 1914) (British release date: April 23, 1914)

Two Little Girls (July 21, 1911)

Two Roses, The (June 7, 1910)

Two Sisters, The (February 21, 1913)

Two Souls (September 20, 1912) (British release date: February 19, 1913)

 

U

Unas Useful Uncle (Falstaff) (December 27, 1915) (British release date: June 26, 1916)

Uncle Jeremiah (planned for production in 1913 but probably not produced; listed in the Filmography under date of December 31, 1915)

Uncle Toms Cabin (July 26, 1910)

Uncles Namesakes (December 12, 1913) (British release date: April 2, 1914)

UNCLES ULTIMATUM (British release title for The Optimistic Oriental Occults) (Falstaff) (January 3, 1916) (British release date: August 21, 1916)

Under False Colors (December 22, 1914) (British release date: April 29, 1915)

Under False Colors (September 23, 1917)

Under Two Flags (July 7, 1912) (British release date: November 2, 1912)

UNDERCURRENT, THE (British release title for The Undertow) (April 20, 1915) (British release date: August 26, 1915)

Undertow, The (British release title: The Undercurrent) (April 20, 1915) (British release date: August 26, 1915)

Undine (September 24, 1912) (British release date: February 22, 1913)

Unfair Exchange, An (September 23, 1913) (British release date: January 15, 1914)

Unromantic Maiden, An (August 24, 1913) (British release date: December 18, 1913)

 

V

Vacant Chair, The (Princess) (January 23, 1914) (British release date: May 14, 1914)

Vagabonds, The (August 29, 1915) (British release date: February 28, 1916)

Valkyrie, The (November 27, 1915) (British release date: 1916)

ValueBeyond Price (November 29, 1910)

Varsity Race, The (September 22, 1914) (British release date: February 11, 1915)

Velvet and Rags (April 11, 1911)

Vengeance is Mine (July 16, 1912) (British release date: May 10, 1913)

Veteran Mounted Police Horse, The (a.k.a. The Veteran Police Horse) (September 2, 1913)

Veteran Police Horse, The (a.k.a. The Veteran Mounted Police Horse) (September 2, 1913)

Veterans Sword, The (Princess) (July 17, 1914) (British release date: December 10, 1914)

Vicar of Wakefield, The (December 27, 1910)

Vicar of Wakefield, The (February 25, 1917)

Victim of Circumstances, A (June 1, 1913) (British release date: September 15, 1913)

Villainous Vegetable Vender, The (Falstaff) (November 25, 1915) (British release date: May 25, 1916)

Vindicated (April 7, 1911)

Violet Gray, Detective Series, The. Includes: Love and the Law (December 13, 1910), The Vote That Counted (January 13, 1911), The Norwood Necklace (February 10, 1911), The Courts Decree (July 7, 1911).

Voice of Conscience, The (September 3, 1912) (British release date: March 19, 1913)

Volunteer Fireman, The (British release title: Only a Volunteer) (January 29, 1915) (British release date: June 7, 1915)

Vote That Counted, The (a.k.a. The Deciding Vote) (January 13, 1911)

VOTES THAT COUNTS, THE (a.k.a. The Vote That Counted; a.k.a. The Deciding Vote) (January 13, 1911)

 

W

Waiting at the Church (March 21, 1911)

Waiting for Hubby (August 17, 1913) (British release date: November 27, 1913)

War and the Woman (working title: My Country) (September 9, 1917)

War Game, The (working title for The Capture of New York) (September 1, 1912)

War Time Wooing, A (May 30, 1911)

Ward of the King, The (August 26, 1913) (British release date: January 13, 1914)

Warners Waxworks (August 18, 1912)

Warning, The (October 4, 1912)

Was She Right in Forgiving Him? (a.k.a. Was She Right to Forgive?; a.k.a. Should She Forgive Him?) (May 26, 1914) (British release date: September 10, 1914)

Washington in Danger (February 20, 1912)

Water Cure, The (November 2, 1913) (British release date: February 23, 1914)

Water Devil, The (working title for Her Fathers Gold) (May 11, 1916)

Wax Lady, The (March 30, 1913)

Way to a Mans Heart, The (March 2, 1913)

Weakling, The (May 2, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

Weary Walkers Woes (Falstaff) (September 10, 1915) (British release date: March 30, 1916)

Weighed in the Balance (April 21, 1911)

Weighed in the Balance (August 13, 1915) (British release date: February 21, 1916)

WENDYS WEDDING (British release title for Willing Wendy to Willie) (Falstaff) (April 29, 1916) (British release date: January 25, 1917)

Westerner and the Earl, The (February 7, 1911)

What Doris Did (March 1, 1916)

What Might Have Been (December 5, 1913) (British release date: April 27, 1914)

When a Count Counted (August 25, 1912) (British release date: Mrach 12, 1913)

When a Man Fears (July 11, 1911)

When Algy Froze Up (working title: An Old Fashioned Winter) (April 24, 1914) (British release date: August 24, 1914)

WhEN Baby Slept (British release title for While Baby Slept) (June 10, 1913) (British release date: September 29, 1913)

When Darkness Came (July 22, 1913) (British release date: November 6, 1913)

When Dreams Come True (February 28, 1913) (British release date: June 12, 1913)

When East Goes West (British release title for When East Meets West; released in the United States on December 13, 1914) (British release date: April 19, 1915)

When East Meets West (British release title: When East Goes West) (December 13, 1914) (British release date: April 17, 1915)

When Fate Rebelled (Princess) (January 1, 1915) (British release date: May 3, 1915)

When Ghost Meets Ghost (April 6, 1913) (British release date: July 3, 1913)

When Hungry Hamlet Fled (August 17, 1915) (British release date: February 17, 1916)

When Love Was Blind (working titles: The Eyes of Eleanor; The Lonely Heart) (April 15, 1917)

When Love Was Blind (January 24, 1911)

When Mandy Came to Town (April 26, 1912) (British release date: January 29, 1913)

When Mercy Tempers Justice (October 15, 1912) (British release date: January 29, 1913)

When She Played Broadway (British release title: The Managers Mistake) (May 9, 1916) (British release date: 1917)

When Sorrow Fades (March 29, 1914) (British release date: July 20, 1914)

WHEN THE CAT CAME (British release title for When the Cat Came Back) (Princess) (January 16, 1914) (British release date: May 18, 1914)

When the Cat Came Back (British release title: When the Cat Came) (Princess) (January 16, 1914) (British release date: May 18, 1914)

When the Fleet Sailed (August 3, 1915)

When the Studio Burned (working title: A Thanhouser Heroine) (February 4, 1913)

When the Wheels of Justice Clogged (May 31, 1914) (British release date: September 17, 1914)

When the Worm Turned (September 21, 1913)

When Vice Shuddered (Princess) (November 6, 1914) (British release date: March 8, 1915)

When We Are Married (British release title of The Deadline) (Princess) (released in the United States on October 30, 1914) (British release date: March 1, 1915)

When Williams Whiskers Worked (Falstaff) (December 20, 1915) (British release date: July 3, 1916)

Where Paths Diverge (a.k.a. When Paths Diverged; a.k.a. Where Paths Diverged) (Princess) (February 6, 1914) (British release date: June 1, 1914)

Where Wives Win (Falstaff) (June 10, 1916)

Which Shall It Be? (June 22, 1915) (British release date: November 4, 1915)

While Baby Slept (British release title: When Baby Slept) (June 10, 1913) (British release date: September 29, 1913)

While Mrs. Mc Fadden Looked Out (February 7, 1913) (British release date: June 12, 1913)

Whispered Word, The (March 15, 1916)

White Rose, The (Princess) (December 25, 1914) (British release date: May 10, 1915)

Who Got Stung? (Princess) (February 19, 1915) (British release date: June 21, 1915)

Whom God Hath Joined (May 31, 1912) (British release date: January 25, 1913)

Why Babe Left Home (May 18, 1913) (British release date: September 11, 1913)

Why Reginald Reformed (February 1, 1914) (British release date: May 14, 1914)

WHY FOUR SIGNED THE PLEDGE (British release title, attribution uncertain, for Why Tom Signed the Pledge) (released in the United States on June 14, 1912) (British release date: April 23, 1913)

Why Tom Signed the Pledge (June 14, 1912) (British release date: April 23, 1913)

Widows Mite, The (June 28, 1914) (British release date: October 5, 1914)

Widows Stratagem, The (May 2, 1913) (British release date: July 28, 1914)

WILD BIRDS AT HOME (British release date: May 29, 1916; apparently not released by Thanhouser in the United States)

Wild Flower and the Rose, The (November 25, 1910)

(Wild West Comes to Town, The) (Majestic) (August 5, 1913)

Wild, Wooly West, The (Princess) (November 27, 1914) (British release date: May 10, 1915)

Will and a Way, A (December 3, 1912) (British release date: April 26, 1913)

Willie, the Wild Man (July 27, 1913) (British release date: November 13, 1913)

Willing Wendy to Willie (Falstaff) (British release title: Wendys Wedding) (April 29, 1916) (British release date: 1916)

Window of Dreams, The (June 15, 1916)

Winters Tale, The (May 27, 1910)

With the Mounted Police (December 31, 1912)

Woman and the Beast, The (working titles: Through the Open Door; Through the Unbarred Door; The Man She Made) (Graphic Features) (April 17, 1917)

Woman Hater, The (working title: Taming the Woman Hater) (June 14, 1910)

Woman in Politics, The (working title: The Politician) (January 13, 1916) (British release date: October 12, 1916)

Woman in White, The (October 20, 1912) (British release date: January 22, 1913)

Woman in White, The (working title: The Heiress; reissue title, tentative, used in the 1920s: The Unfortunate Marriage) (July 1, 1917) (British release date: March 18, 1918)

Woman Pays, The (January 27, 1914) (British release date: June 11, 1914)

Woman, Saint and Devil (working title for Saint, Devil and Woman) (September 25, 1916)

Woman Who Did Not Care, The (April 1, 1913)

Womans Loyalty, A (May 5, 1914) (British release date: August 2, 1914)

Won at the Rodeo (March 21, 1913) (British release date: September 4, 1913)

Won by Wireless (July 14, 1911)

World and the Woman, The (November 19, 1916)

Wrecked Taxi, The (August 16, 1912) (British release date: May 21, 1913)

Writing on the Wall, The (June 10, 1910)

 

Y

Yellowstone Honeymoon, A (January 17, 1915) (British release date: January 10, 1916)

Young Lochinvar (a.k.a. Lochinvar) (September 26, 1911)

Young Lord Stanley (reissue title: His Only Son) (October 25, 1910)

 

Z

Zudora (Serial in 20 episodes): (British release dates: 11 two-reel episodes of Zudora were released in 1915)

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BRITISH TITLES NOT YET IDENTIFIED

 

CIRCUMSTANTIAL NAME, A (British release title for ?) (Princess) (British release date: May 11, 1914) 1,009 feet (listing from The Bioscope) Possibly an alternate British title for The Circumstantial Nurse.

GIRL HE WON, THE (British release title for ?) (British release date: January 13, 1916) 850 feet

HOW THEY MARRIED BILLY (British release title for ?) (British release date: August 10, 1914) Length: 658 feet. Character: Comedy. Synopsis in The Bioscope, July 30, 1914: A lovers quarrel threatens to spoil the harmony of a winter choir trip, but the girls scheme to get Mignon to the window. Billy then mounts the ladder and carries her down. An impromptu wedding in the snow ends the comedy.

INNOCENCE OF LOVE (British release title for ?) (British release date: January 2, 1918)

ISOLATED MAN, THE (British release title for ?) (British release date: March 23, 1914)

LINK WITH THE PAST, THE (British release title for ?) (British release date: March 23, 1913)

TWO STRINGS (British release title for ?) (British release date: March 26, 1913) Drama. 823 feet.

 

 

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