A prime example of cubism
Director: Charles J. Hunt. Also starred Philo McCullough, Marie Messinger & Henry Arras
Also starring Ian Hunter, and Robin Irvine
IMDB rating 8.5/10. Director: Raoul Walsh.
IMDB rating 8.3/10. Director: Josef von Sternberg. Emil Jannings won the Oscar for best actor in a leading role for this picture. National Film Preservation Board, USA 'National Film Registry Award' 2006.
Director: Harry Beaumont. Also starred Anita Page, Kathlyn Williams & Edward J. Nugent. Plot: Diana (Crawford) is outwardly the hit of the party but inwardly virtuous and idealistic. Her friend Ann (Page) is thoroughly selfish and amoral...
Director: Edward H. Griffith. Also starred Victor Potel & Ullrich Haupt. Plot: Hugh Drummond (La Rocque) goes broke living too high and turns to crime in order to pay his bills.
Founder of the Chrysler car company. In 1928, work commenced on the Chrysler building, which he financed. At the time it was tallest building in the world.
Director: Charles Reisner. Also starred Tom Lewis & Marion Byron. Plot: The effete son of a cantankerous riverboat captain comes to join his father's crew.
Director: J. P. McGowan. Also starred Slim Whitaker, John Lowell & Lynn Sanderson. Plot: When easterner Jack Steel (Custer) gets into trouble with the law again, his father sends him to his ranch out west...
For the painting 'Portrait of Dr. Alexander Leeper'
Because of his thick German accent, the advent of sound ended his American career. Returning to his native Germany, he became an enthusiastic supporter of the Nazis; thus, he spent the next decade-plus making films that supported Nazi ideology.
Swept the St. Louis Cardinals in 4 games
Director: Roy William Neill. Also starred Anders Randolf, Richard Alexander & Harry Woods. Plot: Yes, it's true, an all color silent movie! The title refers to Leif Ericsson (Crisp), who leaves Norway to search for new lands west of Greenland...
Possibly the game's greatest player if not the greatest competitor
Director: Clyde Bruckman. Also starred Edgar Kennedy. Plot: Leaving the dentist's office, where Hardy's teeth have been extracted by mistake, the boys, still under the influence of laughing gas...
Translated from York; retired; died 1945
Includes “Mack the Knife”
Played for the Red Sox, Indians, Senators and A's
Director: Lloyd Bacon. Also starred Arthur Housman, Reed Howes & Davey Lee