Pordenone - Filmfestival 2014

Le Giornate del Cinema Muto - Pordenone

October 4 to October 11, 2014

Reihe: The Barrymores

Beau Brummel

Directed by:   Harry Beaumont, USA - 1924
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. - Distribution: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. - Director: Harry Beaumont - Assistant Director: Frank R. Strayer - Scenario: Dorothy Farnum - Based on : Clyde Fitch play - Director of Photography: David Abel - Composer: James Schafer (AKA Jimmy Schafer) - Editor: Howard Bretherton (AKA H.P. Breatherton) - Cast: Roland Rushton Mr. Abrahams - Carol Holloway Kathleen the Maid - Kate Lester Lady Miora - Rose Dione Madame Bergere - C.H. Chaldecotte Timothy - F.F. Guenste Parkyns, Valet to the Prince of Wales - Beaudine Anderson Child (/xx/) - Heinie Conklin Bit Role (/xx/) - Betty Brice Mrs. Snodgrass - James A. Marcus Snodgrass the Innkeeper - John Barrymore Gordon Bryon 'Beau' Brummel - Mary Astor Lady Margery Alvanley - Irene Rich Frederica Charlotte, Duchess of York - William Humphrey Lord Alvanley - Willard Louis Prince of Wales - Alec B. Francis Mortimer - Richard Tucker Lord Stanhope - George Beranger Lord Byron - Clarissa Selwynne Mrs. Wertham - John J. Richardson Poodles Byng - Claire de Lorez Lady Manly - Michael Dark Lord Manly - Templar Saxe Desmond Wertham - Carmel Myers Lady Hester Stanhope -

Boobley's Baby

Directed by:   Sidney Drew, USA - 1915
Production: Vitagraph Company of America - Distribution: The General Film Company, Inc. - Producer: Sidney Drew - Director: Sidney Drew - Scenario: Paul West - Cast: Sidney Drew Boobley - Mrs. Sidney Drew Ethel - the Stenographer (=Lucille McVey) - Eddie Dunn -

A Case of Eugenics

Directed by:   Sidney Drew, USA - 1915
Production: Vitagraph Company of America - Distribution: The General Film Company, Inc. - Director: Sidney Drew - Cast: Sidney Drew Mr. Newlywed - Mrs. Sidney Drew Mrs. Newlywed (AKA Jane Morrow) - Bobby Connelly The Borrowed Offspring -

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Directed by:   John S. Robertson, USA - 1920
Production: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation - Distribution: Paramount Pictures, Inc. - Producer: Adolph Zukor - Director: John S. Robertson - Assistant Director: Shaw Lovett - Scenario: Clara S. Beranger - Based on : Robert Louis Stevenson - Director of Photography: Roy F. Overbaugh - Art Director: Clark Robinson (/xx/) - Robert M. Haas - Set Decoration: Charles O. Seessel - Cast: Edgard Varèse Policeman (/xx/) - Julia Hurley Hyde's Landlady with Lamp (/xx/) - Alma Aiken Extra (/xx/) - George Stevens Poole - Jekyll's Butler (/xx/) - Louis Wolheim Music Hall Besitzer - John Barrymore Dr. Henry Jeckyll / Mr. Edward Hyde - Nita Naldi Miss Gina - Martha Mansfield Millicent Carew - Charles (III) Lane Dr. Richard Lanyon - Brandon Hurst Sir George Carew - Cecil Clovelly Edward Enfield - J. Malcolm Dunn John Utterson (/xx/) -

Her Anniversaries

Directed by:   Mrs. Sidney Drew, USA - 1917
Production: Drew Comedies - Distribution: Metro Pictures Corporation - Director: Mrs. Sidney Drew - Sidney Drew - Scenario: Mrs. Sidney Drew - Sidney Drew - Story: Helen Duey - Cast: Sidney Drew - Mrs. Sidney Drew -

Jim the Penman

Directed by:   Kenneth S. Webb, USA - 1921
Production: Whitman Bennett Productions - Distribution: Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated - Producer: Whitman Bennett - Director: Kenneth S. Webb as Kenneth Webb - Scenario: Dorothy Farnum - Based on : Charles Lawrence Young (play) - Director of Photography: Harry Stradling (AKA Harry Stradling) - Tom L. Griffith (AKA T L Griffith) - Art Director: Roy Webb - Cast: Doris Rankin Nina Bronson - Arthur Rankin Lord Drelincourt - Anders Randolf Baron Hartfeld - Douglas MacPherson Louis Percival - Gladys Leslie Agnes Ralston - James Laffey E J Smith - Charles Coghlan Captain Redwood - Ned Burton Enoch Bronson - Lionel Barrymore Jaames Ralston -

Professional Patient

Directed by:   Sidney Drew, USA - 1917
Production: Vitagraph Company of America - Distribution: The General Film Company, Inc. - Director: Sidney Drew - Scenario: Fred R. Ashfield - Cast: Sidney Drew - Mrs. Sidney Drew -

The Awakening of Helena Richie

Directed by:   John W. Noble, USA - 1916
Production: Rolfe Photoplays, Inc. - Distribution: Metro Pictures Corporation (A Metro Wonderplay Supreme) - Producer: B.A. Rolfe presenter - Production Supervisor: Maxwell Karger (--??--) - Director: John W. Noble - Scenario: John W. Noble - Based on : Margaret Deland novel The Awakening of Helena Richie - Director of Photography: Herbert O. Carleton (AKA H. O. Carleton ) - Cast: Ethel Barrymore Helena Richie - Kathleen Townsend - Mary Asquith Mrs. Wright - Hattie Delaro Mrs. King - Charles Goodrich Dr. King - Robert Whittier Frederick Richie - William A. Williams Deacon Wright - Hassan Mussalli Sam Wright - Maurice Steuart Little David - Frank Montgomery Benjamin Wright - Robert Cummings Lloyd Pryor - James A. Furey Dr. Lavendar -

The Bells

Directed by:   James Young, USA - 1926
Production: Chadwick Pictures Corporation - Producer: I.E. Chadwick - Director: James Young - Scenario: James Young - Director of Photography: L. William O'Connell - Art Director: Earl Sibley Technical Director - Cast: Gustav von Seyffertitz Jerome Frantz - Lionel Barrymore Mathias - Boris Karloff The Mesmerist - Caroline Frances Cooke Catharine - Lola Todd Annette - Eddie Phillips Christian - Lorimer Johnston Hans - Laura La Varnie Fortune teller -

The Beloved Rogue

Directed by:   Alan Crosland, USA - 1927
Production: Feature Productions - Distribution: United Artists - Production Manager: Walter Mayo - Director: Alan Crosland - Assistant Director: Gordon Hollingshead - Scenario: Paul Bern - Director of Photography: Joseph H. August (AKA Joe August) - Editor: Hal C. Kern - Art Director: William Cameron Menzies - Cast: Bertram Grassby Duke of Orleans - Rose Dione Margot - Jane Winton The Abbess - Otto Matieson Olivier (AKA Otto Mattiesen) - Dickie Moore Baby Francois (/xx/) - Martha Franklin Maid (/xx/) - Stubby Kruger (/xx/) - Dick Sutherland Tristan l'Hermite - Lucy Beaumont Villons Mutter - Marceline Day Charlotte de Vauxcelles - Conrad Veidt König Louis XI. - Lawson Butt Herzog von Burgund - Henry Victor Thibault d`Aussigny - Slim Summerville Jehan - Mack Swain Nicholas - Angelo Rossitto Beppo - Nigel de Brulier Astrologe - John Barrymore François Villon -

The Call of Her People

(Egypt the Gypsy (Working title), The Voice of Her People (Working title)), Directed by:   John W. Noble, USA - 1917
Production: Columbia Pictures Corporation - Distribution: Metro Pictures Corporation - Production Supervisor: Maxwell Karger (/xx/) - Director: John W. Noble - Scenario: June Mathis - Based on : Edward Sheldon play 'Egypt' - Director of Photography: Herbert O. Carleton - Cast: Hugh Jeffrey Sheriff - Helen Arnold Mary van Kleet - Mrs. Allen Walker Mother Komello - William Mandeville Gordon Lindsay - Frank Montgomery Faro Black - William B. Davidson Nicholas van Kleet - Robert Whittier Young Faro - Ethel Barrymore Egypt - Rafaela Ottiano Gypsy Girl (AKA Rafaelo Ottiano) (/xx/) -
Remarks and general Information: Arbeitstitel des Films war "Egypt, The Gypsy". Von den sieben Akten sind nur die Akte 1 bis 5 erhalten. Die Kopie endet mit der Szene vor Egypts Hochzeit mit Nicholas van Kleet, als der flüchtige Faro in Egypts Zimmer gefasst wird. [lhg 2014]

The Copperhead

Directed by:   Charles Maigne, USA - 1920
Production: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation - Distribution: Paramount Pictures, Inc. - Producer: Adolph Zukor presenter - Director: Charles Maigne - Scenario: Charles Maigne - Based on : Augustus E. Thomas (play) - Frederick Landis (novel "The Glory of His Country") - Director of Photography: Faxon M. Dean - Art Director: Robert M. Haas - Set Decoration: Charles O. Seessel - Cast: Francis Haldorn Elsie - Anne Cornwall Madeline - Carolyn Lee Grandma Perley - Doris Rankin Mrs Shanks - William P. Carleton Lieutenant Tom Hardy - Francis Joyner Newt Gillespie (AKA Frank Joyner) - Richard Carlyle Lem Tollard - Arthur Rankin Joey - Leslie Stowe Brother Andrew - N Schroell Abraham Lincoln (AKA Nicholas Schroell) - William David Tom Hardy - Harry Bartlett Dr James - Jack Ridgeway Theodore Roosevelt (AKA Jack Ridgway) - Mayor N.M. Cartmell Captain Mercer - Lionel Barrymore Milt Shanks -

The Eternal City

Directed by:   George Fitzmaurice, USA - 1923
Production: Samuel Goldwyn Company - Madison Productions - Distribution: Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated - Producer: Samuel Goldwyn - Co-Producer: Barbara La Marr - George Fitzmaurice - Director: George Fitzmaurice - Assistant Director: Arturo Caluci - Scenario: Barbara La Marr - Ouida Bergère - Story: Hall Caine (AKA Sir Hall Crane) - Director of Photography: Arthur C. Miller - Cast: William Ricciardi Auctioneer - Barbara La Marr Donna Roma Valonna - Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini (archive footage) (/xx/) - Ronald Colman Extra (/xx/) - Betty Bronson Page (/xx/) - Joan Bennett Page (/xx/) - Montagu Love Charles Minghelli - Richard Bennett Bruno Rocco - Lionel Barrymore Baron Bonelli - Bert Lytell David Rossi -

The Feudists

Directed by:   Wilfrid North, USA - 1913
Production: Vitagraph Company of America - Distribution: The General Film Company, Inc. - Director: Wilfrid North - Story: James Oliver Curwood - Cast: Josie Sadler Mrs. Smith, First Wife - Helen Connelly Little Girl - Paul Kelly Young Boy - Kenneth Casey Young Boy - Lillian Walker Young Smith, Lover - Sidney Drew Mr. Smith, First Husband - Flora Finch Mrs. Craig, Second Wife - John Bunny Mr. Craig, Second Husband - Wally Van Young Craig, Lover -
Remarks and general Information: Eine erfolgreiche Komödie mit John Bunny und Sidney Drew, die Vitagraph 1917 als Program N° 6 erneut in die amerikanischen Kinos brachte.

The Incorrigible Dukane

Directed by:   James Durkin, USA - 1915
Production: Famous Players Film Company - Distribution: Paramount Pictures, Inc. - Producer: Daniel Frohman presenter - Director: James Durkin - Based on : George C. Shedd play - Director of Photography: William F. Wagner - Camera Assistant: George J. Folsey - Cast: William Meech Lantry - William MacDonald Crofton - Enid''s Father (AKA C.E. McDonald) - Stewart Baird Supt. Corbetson - Helen Weir Enid Crofton - William T. Carleton James Dukane Sr - John Barrymore James Dukane -

The Master Painter

Directed by:   L. Rogers Lytton, USA - 1913
Production: Vitagraph Company of America - Distribution: The General Film Company, Inc. - Director: L. Rogers Lytton - Story: Russell E. Smith - Cast: Sidney Drew John Marshall, the master painter - Rosemary Theby Marise / Eleanor Marshall, the master's niece - Courtenay Foote Robert Gordon, the pupil -
Remarks and general Information: "The Master Painter" wurde von Vitagraph 1917 als Program N° 6 erneut in die Kinos gebracht

The Strong Man's Burden

Directed by:   Anthony O'Sullivan, USA - 1913
Production: Biograph Company - Distribution: The General Film Company, Inc. - Director: Anthony O'Sullivan - Scenario: George Hennessy - Story: George Hennessy - Cast: Claire McDowell Ida Glynn, The Nurse - William J. Butler The Doctor - Lionel Barrymore John - the Elder Brother - Harry Carey Bob - the Younger Brother - Kate Bruce Bob and John's Mother -

The White Raven

Directed by:   George D. Baker, USA - 1916
Production: Rolfe Photoplays, Inc. - Distribution: Metro Pictures Corporation - Production Supervisor: Maxwell Karger (--??--) - Director: George D. Baker - Scenario: George D. Baker - Based on : George D. Baker - Cast: Ned Finley Miner - Ethel Corcoran Sylvia Blaisdell (AKA Ethel Dayton) - Phil Sanford Dance Hall Proprietor - Mario Majeroni Opera Impressario - Herbert Pattee Bill Baldwin - Viola A. Fortescue Mrs. Smithson - Walter Hitchcock John Blaisdell - William B. Davidson The Stranger - Ethel Barrymore Nan Baldwin - George A. Wright Arthur Smithson -

When a man loves

(Manon Lescaut), Directed by:   Alan Crosland, USA - 1927
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. - Distribution: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. - Director: Alan Crosland - Assistant Director: Gordon Hollingshead - Scenario: Bess Meredyth - Based on : Abbé Prévost novel 'Manon Lescaiut' - Director of Photography: Byron Haskin - Composer: Henry Hadley - Editor: Harold McCord - Cast: Ida May (/xx/) - Dick Sutherland Tavern Waiter (/xx/) - Scott Seaton Bishop (/xx/) - Tom Wilson A Convict Aboard the Boat (/xx/) - Alice Belcher Bit part (/xx/) - Louise Emmons Smiling Hag (/xx/) - George Kotsonaros Convict Prisoner (/xx/) - Kalla Pasha Officer on Prisoner Ship (/xx/) - Andy MacLennan Man Trying to Trick Manon into His House (/xx/) - Templar Saxe Baron Chevral (/xx/) - Tom Santschi Captain of Convict Boat - Eugenie Besserer The Landlady (/xx/) - Charles Clary A Lay Brother (/xx/) - Marcelle Corday Marie (/xx/) - Dolores Costello Manon Lescaut - Sam de Grasse Comte Guillot de Morfontaine - Rose Dione Nana (/xx/) - Bertram Grassby Le Duc de Richelieu - Holmes Herbert Jean Tiberge - Stuart Holmes Louis XV - King of France - Noble Johnson An Apache (/xx/) - Myrna Loy Convict Behind Manon (/xx/) - Warner Oland André Lescaut - John Barrymore Chevalier Fabien des Grieux -

When two hearts are won

(When Two Hearts Are One), Directed by:   Sidney Olcott, USA - 1911
Production: Kalem Company, Inc. - Distribution: The General Film Company, Inc. - Director: Sidney Olcott - Based on : Kenneth Lee sketch - Cast: Sidney Drew Alcibiades Shamley - Alice Joyce Cassandra - George Melford -