Alphabetical Listing by Title C
The Cabaret Girl (1918) with Ruth Clifford. Directed by Douglas Gerrard. Bluebird/Universal.
Call of the Soul (1919) with Gladys Brockwell, William Scott and Charles Clary. Directed by Edward J. Le Saint. Victory/Fox.
Campus Flirt, The (1928) with Bebe Daniels and James Hall. Directed by Clarence Badger. Paramount.
Canadian, The (1926) with Thomas Meighan, Mona Palma and Wyndham Standing. Directed by William Beaudine. Paramount.
Caprice (1913) with Mary Pickford, and Owen Moore. Directed by J. Searle Dawley. Paramount/Famous Players.
Captain Kate, The Animal Trader's Daughter (1911) with Kathlyn Williams and Charles Clary. Directed by Francis Boggs and/or Otis Turner. Selig/General Film.
Cardboard Lover, The (1928) with Marion Davies, Jetta Goudal, and Nils Asther. Directed by Robert Z. Leonard. Cosmopolitan/MGM.
Careers (1929) with Colleen Moore, Richard Dix, Gertrude Astor and Laura La Plante. Directed by John Francis Dillon. First National. Silent film with music and talking sequences.
Casey at the Bat (1927) with Wallace Beery, Zasu Pitts and Ford Sterling. Directed by Monte Brice. Paramount.
The Cat and the Canary (1927) with Laura LaPlante, Creighton Hale and Forrest Stanley. Directed by Paul Leni. Universal.
Cat's Pajamas, The (1926) with Betty Bronson and Ricardo Cortez. Directed by William Wellman. Paramount.
Caught in the End (1917) with Ben Turpin and Art Currier. Directed by Robin Williamson. Vogue/Mutual.
Changing Husbands (1924) with Leatrice Joy, Victor Varconi, and Raymond Griffith. Directed by Paul Iribe and Frank Urson. Famous Players/Paramount.
Chasing Rainbows (1919) with Gladys Brockwell, William Scott and Walter Long. Directed by Frank Beal. Fox.
Children's Revolt (1910) with Adele DeGuarde. Directed by <unknown>. Vitagraph/General Film.
Chinese Parrott, The (1927) with Marion Nixon and Hobart Bosworth. Directed by Paul Leni. Universal.
Chu Chin Chow (1923) with Betty Blythe. Directed by Herbert Wilcox. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Claw, The (1918) with Clara Kimball Young. Directed by Robert G. Vignola. Clara Kimball Young/Select.
Clean Sweep, A (1918) with Chai Hong and Eddie Barry. Unknown director. L-KO/Universal.
Clothes (1914) with Charlotte Ives and House Peters. Directed by Francis Powers. Famous Players.
College (1927) with Buster Keaton, Anne Cornwall, Harold Goodwin, Snitz Edwards, and Florence Turner. Directed by James W. Horne and Buster Keaton (uncredited). Buster Keaton / United Artists.
Comeback, The (1917) with Leo Pearson, L.M. Wells, and George Berrill. Directed by George Marshall. Bison/Universal.
Coney Island Princess (1916) with Irene Fenwick and Owen Moore. Directed by Del Henderson. Famous Players/Paramount.
Confessions of a Queen (1925) with Alice Terry, Lewis Stone, and John Bowers. Directed by Victor Sjostrom. MGM.
Conflicting Conscience, A (1916) with Wadsworth Harris and Maud Emory. Directed by C. D. Bennett. Imp/Universal.
Convoy (1927) with Dorothy Mackaill, Lawrence Gray and Lowell Sherman. Directed by Joseph Boyle and Lothar Mendes. Robert Kane/First National.
Cossacks (1928) with John Gilbert, Renée Adorée and Ernest Torrence. Directed by George W. Hill and Clarence Brown. MGM.
Counterfeit (1919) with Elsie Ferguson. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. Paramount.
Country Beyond, The (1926) with Olive Borden and Ralph Graves. Directed by Irving Cummings. Fox.
Court-Martial (1928) with Jack Holt, Betty Compson and Doris Hill. Directed by George B. Seitz. Columbia.
Crimson Yoke, The (1916) with Cleo Madison and Jack Mulhall. Directed by Cleo Madison and William V. Mong. Rex/Universal.
Crowd, The (1928) with James Murray and Eleanor Boardman. Directed by King Vidor. MGM.
Cup of Fury, The (1920) with Helene Chadwick and Rockliffe Fellowes. Directed by T. Hayes Hunter. Goldwyn.
Cupid Angling (1918) with Ruth Roland and Albert Morrison. Directed by Unknown. Douglass Natural Color Film Company.
Cupid the Cowpuncher (1920) with Will Rogers and Helene Chadwick. Directed by Clarence Badger. Goldwyn.
Cure, The (1917) with Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance and Eric Campbell. Directed by Charlie Chaplin. Mutual.
Last Modified November 13, 2017.