Alphabetical Listing by Title T
Tangled Fates (1916) with Alice Brady and Arthur Ashley. Directed by Travers Vale. World Film.
Tea For Three (1927) with Lew Cody, Aileen Pringle, and Owen Moore. Directed by Robert Z. Leonard. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Telephone Girl, The (1927) with Madge Bellamy, Holbrook Blinn and Warner Baxter. Directed by Herbert Brenon. Paramount.
Tell 'em Nothing (1926) with Charley Chase, Vivien Oakland, and Gertrude Astor. Directed by Leo McCarey. Hal Roach/Pathé.
Tell It To the Marines (1927) with Lon Chaney, William Haines, and Eleanor Boardman. Directed by George W. Hill. M-G-M.
Tender Hour, The (1927) with Billie Dove, Ben Lyon and Montague Love. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. First National.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1913) with Minnie Maddern Fiske, Raymond Bond and David Torrence. Directed by J. Searle Dawley. Famous Players.
That Certain Thing (1928) with Viola Dana, Ralph Graves, and Burr McIntosh. Directed by Frank Capra. Columbia.
That Royle Girl (1925) with Carol Dempster, W. C. Fields, and James Kirkwood. Directed by D. W. Griffith. Paramount.
That's My Wife (1929) with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Vivien Oakland, Jimmy Aubrey and Charley Hall. Directed by Lloyd French. Hal Roach/MGM.
Thief in Paradise, A (1925) with Doris Kenyon, Ronald Colman, Aileen Pringle. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. Goldwyn/First National.
Their Neighbor's Baby (1918) with Rae Godfrey and Raymond Griffith. Directed by Harry Edwards. Keystone/Triangle.
Their Purple Moment (1928) with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Tiny Sanford, and Lyle Tayo. Directed by James Parrott. Hal Roach/MGM.
There You Are! (1926) with Conrad Nagel and Edith Roberts. Directed by Edward Sedgwick. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Third Degree, The (1919) with Alice Joyce, Gladden James and Hedda Hopper. Directed by Tom Terriss. Vitagraph.
Thirteenth Hour, The (1927) with Lionel Barrymore, Jacqueline Gadson and Sôjin. Directed by Chester M. Franklin. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
This is Heaven (1929) with Vilma Banky, James Hall, and Lucien Littlefield. Directed by Alfred Santell. Samuel Goldwyn/United Artists. Silent with talking sequences.
This Woman (1924) with Irene Rich, Ricardo Cortez, Creighton Hale and Clara Bow. Directed by Phil Rosen. Warner Brothers.
3 Bad Men (1926) with George O'Brien, Olive Borden, and Lou Tellegen. Directed by John Ford. Fox.
Three Hours (1927) with Corinne Griffith, John Bowers and Hobart Bosworth. Directed by James Flood. Corinne Griffith/First National.
Three Weeks in Paris (1925) with Matt Moore, Dorothy DeVore and Willard Louis. Directed by Roy Del Ruth. Warner Brothers.
Thrown to the Lions (1916) with Mary Fuller, Joseph W. Girard, and Finita De Sopia. Directed by Lucious Henderson. Universal/Red Feather.
Thunder Mountain (1925) with Madge Bellamy, Alec B. Francis and Paul Panzer. Directed by Victor Schertzinger. Fox.
Tide of Empire (1929) with Renée Adorée, Tom Keene (George Duryea) and George Fawcett. Directed by Allan Dwan. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Tiger Rose (1929) with Monte Blue, Lupe Velez and Tully Marshall. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. Warner Brothers. Released in sound and silent versions.
Tight Squeeze, A (1918) with Lloyd Hamilton, Ethel Teare, and Jimmie Adams. Directed by Jack White. Corinne Fox Sunshine.
Till I Come Back to You (1918) with Bryant Washburn, Florence Vidor and Gustav von Seyffertitz. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Paramount/Artcraft.
Time to Love (1927) with Raymond Griffith, Vera Voronina, and William Powell. Directed by Frank Tuttle. Paramount.
Top of New York, The (1922) with May McAvoy and Walter McGrail. Directed by William Desmond Taylor. Realart/Paramount.
Tough Luck on a Rough Sea (1916) with Dan Russell, Sammy Burns, and Carmel Meyers. Directed by unknown. L-KO/Universal.
Tough Tenderfoot, A (1924) with Billy Sullivan. Directed by Edward Laemmle. Universal.
Tourist, The (1925) with Johnny Arthur, Helen Foster, and Joy Winthrop. Directed by Roscoe Arbuckle (as William Goodrich). Tuxedo/Educational.
Traffic in Souls (1913) with Matt Moore, Ethel Grandin and Jane Gail. Directed by George Loane Tucker. Universal.
Trail of '98, The (1928) with Dolores del Rio, Ralph Forbes and Karl Dane. M-G-M.
Traitor, The (1914) with Hobart Bosworth. Directed by Lois Weber. Bosworth/Universal.
Tramp, The (1915) with Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance and Paddy McGuire. Directed by Charlie Chaplin. Essanay.
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1926) with Harry Langdon and Joan Crawford. Directed by Harry Edwards. First National.
Traveling Salesman, The (1916) with Frank McIntyre, Doris Kenyon. Directed by Joseph Kaufman. Famous Players/Paramount.
Tree of Knowledge, The (1920) with Robert Warwick, Wanda Hawley, Kathlyn Williams, and Irving Cummings. Directed by William C. deMille. Paramount.
Triumph (1924) with Leatrice Joy, Rod La Rocque and Victor Varconi. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Paramount.
Trixie of the Follies (1917) with Billie Rhodes and Jay Belasco. Directed by <unknown>. Caulfield/Strand/Mutual.
Trouble Enough! with James (Jimmy) Aubrey. Directed by <Unknown>. Mittenthal/Pathé.
Trouble With Wives, The (1925) with Florence Vidor, Tom Moore and Ford Sterling. Directed by Mal St. Clair. Paramount.
Tumbleweeds (1925) with William S. Hart, Barbara Bedford and Lucien Littlefield. Directed by King Baggot. William S. Hart / United Artitsts.
Turning the Tables (1919) with Dorothy Gish, Raymond Cannon and George Fawcett. Directed by Elmer Clifton. New Art/Paramount.
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916) with Allan Holubar, Jain Gail and Matt Moore. Directed by Stuart Paton. Universal.
Twelve Miles Out (1927) with John Gilbert, Joan Crawford and Ernest Torrence. Directed by Jack Conway. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Twin Beds (1920) with Carter DeHaven and Flora DeHaven. Directed by Lloyd Ingraham. First National.
Twinkletoes (1926) with Colleen Moore and Kenneth Harlan. Directed by Charles Brabin. First National.
Two Arabian Knights (1927) with William Boyd, Mary Astor, and Louis Wolheim. Directed by Lewis Milestone. Caddo/United Artists.
Two Flaming Youths (1927) with W.C. Fields, Mary Brian and Chester Conklin. Directed by John Waters. Paramount.
Two Little Waifs (1910) with Grace Henderson, Verner Clarges and Kate Bruce. Directed by D. W. Griffith. Biograph / General Film.
Two Lovers (1928) with Ronald Colman, Vilma Banky and Noah Beery. Directed by Fred Niblo. Samuel Goldwyn/United Artists.
Two Mothers (1916) with Alfred Allen, Gordon Griffith, Virginia Southern, and Dorothy Davenport. Directed by Lloyd Carleton. Imp/Universal.
Two Seats at the Opera (1916) with William Welsh and William Dyer. Directed by William Garwood. IMP/Universal.
Two Tars (1928) with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, and Edgar Kennedy. Directed by James Parrott. Hal Roach/MGM.
Last Modified June 26, 2022.