Alphabetical Listing by Title L
La Bohéme (1926) with Lillian Gish, John Gilbert and Renée Adorée. Directed by King Vidor. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Ladies Night in a Turkish Bath (1928) with Dorothy Mackaill, Jack Mulhall and James Finlayson. Directed by Eddie Cline. Asher-Small-Rogers/First National.
Lady of Quality, A (1913) with Cecelia Loftus, House Peters, and Peter Lang. Directed by J. Searle Dawley. Famous Players Film Company.
Lady Windermere's Fan (1925) with Ronald Colman. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. Warner Brothers.
Last Chapter, The (1914) with Carlyle Blackwell, Ruth Hartman, and John Sheehan. Directed by William Desmond Taylor. Favorite Players/Alliance.
Latest From Paris, The (1928) with Norma Shearer and George Sidney. Directed by Sam Wood. MGM.
Lawful Larceny (1923) with Hope Hampton, Nita Naldi and Conrad Nagel. Directed by Allan Dwan. Paramount.
Leah Kleschna (1913) with Carlotta Nillson and House Peters. Directed by J. Searle Dawley. Famous Players.
Legion of the Condemned, The (1928) with Gary Cooper, Fay Wray and Barry Norton. Directed by William Wellman. Paramount.
Liberty (1929) with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, and Jean Harlow. Directed by Leo McCarey. Hal Roach / MGM.
Light That Failed, The (1923) with Jacqueline Logan and Percy Marmount. Directed by George Melford. Paramount.
Lights of Old Broadway (1925) with Marion Davies and Conrad Nagel. Directed by Monta Bell. Cosmopolitan/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Lilac Time (1928) with Colleen Moore and Gary Cooper. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. First National.
Lilies of the Field (1924) with Corinne Griffith, Conway Tearle, and Alma Bennett. Directed by John Francis Dillon. First National.
Lily of the Dust (1924) with Pola Negri, Ben Lyon, and Raymond Griffith. Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki. Paramount.
Little Diplomat, The (1919) with Marie Osborne, Lydia Knott and Edith William Welsh. Directed by Stuart Payton. Diando/Pathé.
Little 'fraid Lady, The (1920) with Mae Marsh, Tully Marshall, and Charles Meredith. Directed by John G. Adolfi. Robertson-Cole.
Little Gray Mouse, The (1916) with Edith Roberts and Harry Benham. Directed by J. Winthrop Kelly. IMP/Universal.
Little School Ma'am, The (1916) with Elmer Clifton, Dorothy Gish, and George C. Pearce. Directed by Chester Franklin and Sidney Franklin. Fine Arts/Triangle.
Little Widow, The (1919) with Ford Sterling, Myrtle Lind, Billy Armstrong, and Teddy the dog. Directed by Bert Roach and Malcolm St. Clair. Mack Sennett/Paramount.
Lonesome Ladies (1927) with Lewis Stone, Anna Q. Nilsson, and Jane Winton. Directed by Hobart Henly. Paramount.
Look Your Best (1923) with Colleen Moore and Antonio Moreno. Directed by Rupert Hughes. Goldwyn.
Lost a Wife (1925) with Adolphe Menjou, Greta Nissen, and Robert Agnew . Directed by William C. de Mille. Paramount.
Lost and Won (1917) with Marie Doro. Directed by Frank Reicher. Lasky/Paramount.
Love Burglar, The (1919) with Wallace Reid and Anna Q. Nilsson. Directed by James Cruze. Famous Players/Lasky/Paramount.
Love Flower, The (1920) with Richard Barthelmess and Carol Dempster. Directed by D.W. Griffith. United Artists.
Love Mart (1927) with Billie Dove and Gilbert Roland. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. First National.
Love Special, The (1921) with Wallace Reid, Agnes Ayres, and Theodore Roberts. Directed by Frank Urson. Paramount.
Love Thrill, The (1927) with Laura La Plante and Tom Moore. Directed by Millard Webb. Universal.
Lovelorn, The (1927) with Sally O'Neil, Molly O'Day and Larry Kent. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Cosmopolitan/M-G-M.
Loves of Letty, The (1919) with Pauline Frederick, John Bowers, and Lawson Butt. Directed by Frank Lloyd. Goldwyn.
Luck in Pawn (1919) with Marguerite Clark and Charles Meredith. Directed by Walter Edwards. Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount.
Lunatic at Large, The (1927) with Leon Errol, Dorothy Mackaill, and Kenneth MacKenna. Directed by Fred Newmeyer. First National.
Lupin the Gentleman Burglar (1914) with Leo Ragusi and Nilde Bruno. Directed by Luigi Mele. Pasquali Film (Italy).
Lying Lips (1921) with House Peters, Florence Vidor and Joseph Kilgour. Directed by John Griffith Wray. Ince/Associated Producers.
Last Modified October 14, 2022.