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    You have come to this website, because you like silent films and silent movie stars.  There are many places like this.  But unlike other sites, here at Silent Hall of Fame you can make a real difference.  You can help us show for the first time many films featuring your favorite silent stars that have not been seen in generations.  This will bring their names back into the public discourse.  But you can do much more than that: you can help your favorite silent stars receive belated recognition and glory.

    Until now there has never been an organization with the purpose to place a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for movie personalities from a century ago.  Silent Hall of Fame is this historic organization.  Silent Hall of Fame is the only organization of its kind.  We will make history and we invite you to become a part of history by sponsoring a silent movie star for the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  All contributions are tax deductible.

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Rare Gems on DVD

Our users have spoken, and we have listened. You want to see rare and hard to find films, and we have created for you the Silent Gems Collection, available on eBay. This DVD collection includes rare and for the first time available films with our stars, as well as other silent masterpieces. These are high quality films that are hard to find anywhere else. Please click on this link to see the collection: Silent Gems Collection

Important Update:

You don't have to leave our website in order to obtain the films from our Silent Gems Collection. These gems are now available to our users as a reward for donation. For details click here.

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OUR DOCUMENTARY

    We are proud to present to all silent film lovers our multiple award-winning documentary! In March 2015 it won the distinction "Award of Merit" at the San Francisco Film Awards. In May it won the Silver Award at the 2015 International Independent Film Awards. In September 2015 it won the Award of Recognition at the Accolade Global Film Competition. Of equal merit is the inclusion of the documentary in the Official Selection of the San Jose International Short Film Festival in October 2015. In December the documentary won the extremely prestigious Diamond Award at the 2015 California Film Awards. The amazing run of recognition for our documentary continued in 2016. In February it was included in the Official Selection of the Buffalo Niagara International Film Festival.

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General Information

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Alice Day and Joe Young in "Gooseland" (1926).  The only copy of the film in the whole world is being kept in the UCLA archive.

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION TO THE UCLA TO RELEASE COPIES OF RARE FILMS TO SILENT HALL OF FAME OR MAKE THESE FILMS AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.

The UCLA preserves in their archives many quality silent films featuring our stars Billy Bitzer, Alice Day, Marceline Day, Snitz Edwards, Helen Gibson, Robert Harron, Helen Holmes, Jack Hoxie, Arthur V. Johnson, Florence La Badie, Florence Lawrence, Shirley Mason, John S. Robertson, Patsy Ruth Miller and Florence Turner.

These films have not been seen by the classic movie lovers in almost a century.  Silent Hall of Fame wishes to work together with the UCLA in order to make these films available to the public. 

Read more: Please Sign Your Petition

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  Marceline Day talks on the phone to Buster Keaton, who at the same time is sprinting across town to meet her at her home.

Marceline Day co-starred with Buster Keaton in the classic romantic comedy "The Cameraman" (1928).  Marceline Day does not have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  At least one blog, named Mythical Monkey, is of the opinion that for her performance in this film Marceline Day should have been selected as the winner of an Oscar in 1928-1929 for Supporting Actress (Comedy/Musical).

We have created a new section 'Hidden Gems'. It contains rare and hard to find films, which are available for viewing after registering and making a tax deductible donation.

Read more: Hidden Gems

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Welcome to Silent Hall of Fame! This is a place where we celebrate the lives and careers of many distinguished personalities from the silent age of motion pictures, which have made a major contribution to the industry and the world, but do not have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Our ever expanding list of stars currently includes actresses Alice Day, Marceline Day, Helen Gibson, Helen Holmes, Florence La Badie, Florence Lawrence, Martha Mansfield, Shirley Mason, Edna Purviance, Patsy Ruth Miller, Nell Shipman, Olive Thomas and Florence Turner, actors Snitz Edwards, Arthur V. Johnson, Robert Harron, Jack Hoxie and Joe Roberts, directors John S. Robertson and Victor Seastrom, and cinematographer Billy Bitzer.

This website shows to you, the silent film lovers of the world, many high quality films featuring our stars. However, don't take our word for it: our films have earned the high praise of the critics as well.  Thirteen films featuring our stars were added to the National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". Such films are "The Cameraman" (1928), "One Week" (1920), "Cops" (1922), "The Evidence of the Film" (1913) and "Broken Blossoms" (1919), among others.  Many of the movies that we show featuring our stars have earned the admiration of the public, which has given them an outstanding rating of 8.0 or higher in IMDB. Such films are "The Cameraman" (1928), "Orphans of the Storm" (1921), "One Week" (1920), "The Scarecrow" (1920) and "Way Down East" (1920), among others. All the films that we stream are in the public domain.

Sixteen films featuring our stars are in the list of The Top 100 Silent Era Films of the influential website Silent Era, and six more are coming soon.  Thus, before long 22% of the best 100 silent films as voted by the public will be comprised of movies featuring the stars of Silent Hall of Fame. These are the same stars that have been denied a place on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  Could there be a stronger argument in favor of giving these silent film personalities belated recognition and glory?

Silent Hall of Fame works tirelessly to preserve the legacy of all those noble stars of the silent era who helped create the motion picture industry, but have yet to be given the full public respect, love and recognition that they so rightfully deserve.  We post biographies and photos of our stars, as well as reviews for their films.  We will show you all available films featuring our stars, which are free from copyright.  We are bringing their names back into the public discourse, and we will make sure that they are never forgotten again.  

The dream of the creator of Silent Hall of Fame is to place a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for all silent movie personalities featured on this website. You can embrace this dream and join us in our tireless efforts to bring the names and legacy of our stars back from oblivion and give them belated recognition and glory.  You can help us make this dream a reality.

 

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   Marceline Day in "That Model From Paris" (1926) - DVD cover art

 

GEMS ON DVD

We are offering the rare and hard to find films from our Silent Gems Collection to our users as a reward for donation.  Your support will help Silent Hall of Fame to keep looking for more rare silent treasures and to make them available to the classic film lovers of the world. This will ultimately help your favorite silent movie star to receive better public recognition.

A donation is required to obtain the DVDs on this list. Here is how to earn this privilege:

Step 1: Make a donation (in US dollars) through one of the 'Donate' buttons on the right (required).
Step 2: Send us an email confirming your donation, your DVD choice(s) and your shipping address (required).

Please note our SPECIAL PROMOTION:

1/ D4G1F - Everybody who donates for 4 DVDs will have the right to claim one more DVD absolutely free.
2/ D10G3F - Everybody who donates for 10 DVDs will have the right to claim three more DVDs absolutely free.

As soon as we receive your donation your order will be processed within 5 business days. Shipping within USA is free. International donors will pay actual shipping charges.

Only 30% of the Silent Era films survive and virtually all of these have varying degrees of imperfections. We believe that it is better to show to the film lovers a hundred imperfect films now, than to make them wait for decades to see one perfectly restored film. The films from our Silent Gems Collection vary in print quality from acceptable to very good and excellent. A few films have a grainy image, but are perfectly watchable. A few films miss a scene or two, because some parts of the film are lost. For a detailed description of every film print you can see our Silent Gems Collection on eBay. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

The movies are accompanied by quality music that greatly enhances the viewing experience. Every DVD comes in a slim jewel case and has the cover art exactly as you see it on the photo above.

We will be adding many more rare and hard to find movies, so check back often.  You can also subscribe to our newsletter (on the left-hand side of the page) and receive updates about new additions to our Silent Gems Collection.


Here is the list of the rare and hard to find public domain films on DVD available to users who have made a donation to Silent Hall of Fame:

Movie TitleFeatured Star(s)Donation
      Silent Hall of Fame Documentary (2015) All the stars of Silent Hall of Fame  $25
1.   "Janice Meredith" (1924) Marion Davies, Harrison Ford  $30
2.   "Out Yonder" (1919) Olive Thomas   $30
3.   "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall" (1924)  Mary Pickford   $30
4.   "Rosita" (1923)  Ernst Lubitsch, Mary Pickford  $30
5.   "The Monastery of Sendomir" (1920) Victor Sjöström  $30
6.   "The Man Without a Country" (1917) Florence La Badie  $30
7.   "His Wonderful Chance" (1920) Eugene O'Brien, Martha Mansfield, Rudolph Valentino  $25
8.   "The Road to Ruin" (1928) Helen Foster, Florence Turner   $25
9.   "Karin, Daughter of Ingmar" (1920)  Victor Sjöström  $30
10.  "The Average Woman" (1924)  Pauline Garon, Harrison Ford   $25
11.  "Ashes of Vengeance" (1923) Norma Talmadge   $30
12.  "Flaming Waters" (1925) Malcolm McGregor, Pauline Garon  $25
13.  "The Rush Hour" (1928) Marie Prevost, Harrison Ford   $30
14.  "Waking Up the Town" (1925) Jack Pickford, Norma Shearer   $30
15.  "That Model from Paris" (1926)  Marceline Day   $30
16.  "Secrets" (1924)  Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien   $30
17.  "The Lady" (1925) Norma Talmadge   $30
18.  "Back Fire" (1922) Jack Hoxie   $25
19.  "The World and Its Woman" (1919)  Frank Lloyd, Geraldine Farrar   $30
20.  "Under Two Flags" (1922) Tod Browning, Priscilla Dean  $30
21.  "For Better, for Worse" (1919)  Cecil B.DeMille, Gloria Swanson   $30
22.  "In Wrong" (1919) Jack Pickford, Marguerite De La Motte   $30
23. "When Knighthood Was in Flower" (1922) Marion Davies   $30
24.  "The Woman God Forgot" (1917) Cecil B.DeMille, Geraldine Farrar   $30
25.  "Poor Little Peppina" (1916) Mary Pickford   $30
27.  "Molly O'" (1921) Mabel Normand   $30
28.  "A Child of the Paris Streets" (1916) Mae Marsh Robert Harron   $25
29.  "Little Miss Hoover" (1918) John S. Robertson   $30
30.  "Human Hearts" (1922) House Peters, Snitz Edwards   $30
31.  "Betty and the Buccaneers"(1917) Juliette Day   $25
32.  "Beau Revel" (1921)  Lewis Stone, Florence Vidor   $30
33.  "Love's Prisoner" (1919)  Olive Thomas   $30
34.  "Jubilo" (1919) Will Rogers   $25
35.  "A Sporting Chance" (1919) William Russell   $30
36.  "The Vultures of the Coast" (1915) Victor Sjöström  $30
36.  "The Kiss of Death" (1916) Victor Sjöström (in same DVD)
37.  "Vanity Fair" (1915) Shirley Mason   $30
38.  "Jes' Call Me Jim" (1920) Will Rogers, Irene Rich   $30
39.  "East Lynne" (1916) Theda Bara   $30
40.  "Roaring Rails" (1924) Harry Carey   $30
41.   Short Comedies (1904-1926) Alice Day, Florence Lawrence   $30
42.  "The Tiger's Coat" (1920) Lawson Butt, Tina Modotti   $25
43.  "East Side - West Side" (1923) Eileen Percy   $25
44.  "A Clouded Name" (1923) Norma Shearer   $30
45.  "The Spoilers" (1914) William Farnum   $30
46.  "The Safety Curtain" (1918) Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien   $30
47.  "The Man They Could Not Hang" (1921) Australian Silent Crime Drama   $30
50.  "Peg o' My Heart" (1922) Laurette Taylor  $30
51. "Tess of the Storm Country" (1914) Mary Pickford  $30
52.  "The Love Expert" (1920) Constance Talmadge  $30
53.  "The Isle of Love" (1920) Julian Eltinge, Rudolph Valentino   $25
55.  "The Heart of Wetona" (1919) Norma Talmadge, Thomas Meighan   $25
56.  "The Virgin of Stamboul" (1920) Tod Browning, Priscilla Dean   $30
57.  "Defying Destiny" (1923) Monte Blue, Irene Rich   $30
58.  "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" (1916) Cecil B.DeMille, Thomas Meighan   $30
59.  "The Seventh Day" (1922) Richard Barthelmess   $30
60.  "Hell Bent" (1918) John Ford, Harry Carey   $30
61.  "Down Home" (1920) Leatrice Joy   $30
62.  "The Untameable" (1923) Gladys Walton, Malcolm McGregor   $30
63.  "The Copperhead" (1920) Lionel Barrymore   $30
64.  "Daughters Who Pay" (1925) Marguerite De La Motte, Bela Lugosi   $30
65.  "The Big Show" (1926) John Lowell   $30
66.  "Reckless Youth" (1922) Elaine Hammerstein   $30
67.  "Huckleberry Finn" (1920) Lewis Sargent, Esther Ralston   $30
68.  "Unseen Forces" (1920) Sidney Franklin, Sylvia Breamer  $30
69. "The Mating Call" (1928) James Cruze,Thomas Meighan   $30
70.  "Ingmar's Sons" (1919) Victor Sjöström  $30
71.  "College Days" (1926) Marceline Day   $30
72.  "The Last Volunteer" (1914)  Irving Cummings   $25
73.  "The Green Goddess" (1923) George Arliss, Alice Joyce   $30
74.  "What No Man Knows" (1921) Clara Kimball Young   $30
75.  "Maytime" (1923) Harrison Ford, Clara Bow   $30
76.  "The Hidden Way" (1926) Mary Carr   $25
77.  "Forbidden Fruit" (1921) Cecil B.DeMille, Agnes Ayres   $30
78.  "Doctor Nicholson and the Blue Diamond" (1913) Classic Danish Silent Drama   $25
79.  "Crossroads" (1928) Japanese Silent Drama   $30
80.  "The Rat" (1925) Ivor Novello, Mae Marsh   $30
81.  "The Broadway Drifter" (1927) George Walsh   $30
82.  "The Call of the Wilderness" (1926) Lewis Sargent   $25
83.  "The New School Teacher"(1924) Charles 'Chic' Sale   $30
84.  "The Stolen Voice" (1915) Robert Warwick   $25
85.  "Madame Behave" (1925) Julian Eltinge   $25
86.  "The Cheaters" (1929) Australian Silent Crime Drama   $30
87.  "The Hell Ship" (1923) Victor Sjöström   $30
88.  "A Kiss from Mary Pickford" (1927) Russian Silent Comedy   $25
89.  "The Drums of Love" (1928) D.W. Griffith, Mary Philbin   $30
90.  "The Three Passions" (1928) Rex Ingram, Alice Terry   $30
91.  "Laughter and Tears" (1921)   Evelyn Brent   $30
92.  "The Fighting Stallion" (1927) Yakima Canutt   $25
93.  "Is Life Worth Living?" (1921) Eugene O'Brien   $30
94.  "Power" (1928) William Boyd, Alan Hale, Jacqueline Logan   $25
95.  "Ranchers and Rascals" (1925) Leo Maloney   $25
96.  "Cricket on the Hearth" (1923) Josef Swickard   $30
97.  "Hail the Woman" (1921) Florence Vidor, Theodore Roberts   $30
98.  "The Snarl of Hate" (1927) Johnnie Walker   $25
99.  "Topsy and Eva" (1927) Rosetta Duncan   $30
100. "The Broken Mask" (1928) Cullen Landis, Barbara Bedford   $30
101. "The Glorious Adventure" (1922) All-color Silent Swashbuckler   $30
102.  Robert Harron Rare Shorts Robert Harron   $30
103. "Wolfheart's Revenge" (1925) 'Big Boy' Williams   $25
104. "The Claw" (1927) Norman Kerry, Claire Windsor   $25
105. "'Cameo' Kirby" (1923) John Ford, John Gilbert  $30
106. "The Floor Below" (1918) Mabel Normand  $30
107. "Speedy Smith" (1927) Billy Sullivan  $25
108. "When Bearcat Went Dry" (1919) Lon Chaney  $30
109. "Forbidden Paradise" (1924) Ernst Lubitsch, Pola Negri  $30
110. "One Punch O'Day" (1926) Billy Sullivan  $25
111. "Just Suppose" (1926) Richard Barthelmess, Lois Moran  $30
112. "The Woman Disputed" (1928) Norma Talmadge, Gilbert Roland  $30
113. "All Dolled Up" (1921) Gladys Walton, Florence Turner  $30
114. "The Springtime of Life" (1912) Victor Sjöström, Mauritz Stiller  $25
115. "The Bride's Play" (1922) Marion Davies   $30
116. "Money to Burn" (1926) Walter Lang, Malcolm McGregor  $25
117. "The Call of the Klondike" (1926) Gaston Glass, Dorothy Dwan   $25
118. "Yolanda" (1924)  Marion Davies, Holbrook Blinn   $30
119. "The Sign of the Cross" (1914) William Farnum  $30
120. "Love and Journalism" (1916) Mauritz Stiller   $25
121. "The Gown of Destiny" (1917) Alma Rubens   $30
122. "The Glorious Lady" (1919) Olive Thomas   $30
123. "Cocaine" (1922) British Silent Crime Drama   $30
124. "Homer Comes Home" (1920) Charles Ray   $25 
125. "Trail of the Axe" (1922)  Dustin Farnum   $25 
126. "The Man Beneath" (1919) Sessue Hayakawa, John Gilbert   $30
127. "The Girl from Stormy Croft" (1917) Victor Sjöström   $30 
128. "Julius Caesar" (1914) Italian Silent Drama  $30 
129. "Circus Jim" (1922) Evelyn Brent   $25
130. "The Man without Desire" (1923) British Silent Drama   $30 
131. "The Demon Rider" (1925) Ken Maynard   $25
132. "The Twin Pawns" (1919) Mae Murray   $30
133. "Marked Money" (1928) Junior Coghlan   $25
134. "Comradeship" (1919) British Silent Drama   $30 
135. "Dangerous Days" (1920) Lawson Butt   $30
136. Short Comedies II (1916-1926) Louise Fazenda, Billy West, Oliver Hardy   $30
137. "The Avenger" (1915) Mauritz Stiller   $30 
137. "The Son of Fate" (1915) Mauritz Stiller (in same DVD)
138. "The Other Half" (1919) Florence Vidor   $30
139. "Through the Toils" (1919) Montagu Love  $30
140. "Buried Treasure" (1921) Marion Davies, Norman Kerry   $30
141. "An Even Break" (1917)  Olive Thomas   $30 
142. Short Comedies III (1920-1928) Colleen Moore, Monty Banks, Charley Bowers   $30 
143. "The Grey Automobile" (1919) Mexican Silent Crime Drama   $30
144. "His Birthright" (1918) Sessue Hayakawa   $25
145. "Should a Woman Tell?" (1919) Alice Lake, Jack Mulhall, John Gilbert   $30 
146. "Dangerous Hours" (1919) Lloyd Hughes, Barbara Castleton   $30
147. "Thomas Graal's Best Film" (1917) Victor Sjöström   $25
148. "Unseen Enemies" (1926) Al Hoxie  $25
149. "The ABC of Love" (1919) Mae Murray   $30
150. "Which Shall It Be?"(1924) Willis Marks   $25
151. "Love’s Crucible" (1922) Victor Sjöström   $30
152. "The Little Minister"(1921) Betty Compson, George Hackathorne   $30 
153. "The Wings" (1916) Mauritz Stiller   $30 
153. "The Prima Ballerina" (1916) Mauritz Stiller (in same DVD)
154. "The Call of the North" (1914) Robert Edeson   $25 
155. "Thomas Graal's Best Child" (1918) Victor Sjöström  $30 
156. Florence Lawrence Rare Shorts Florence Lawrence  $30 
157. Mary Pickford Rare Shorts I Mary Pickford  $30
158. Mary Pickford Rare Shorts II Mary Pickford  $30
159. "Back Pay" (1922) Seena Owen  $30
160. "Betty Takes a Hand" (1918) Olive Thomas  $30
161. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 1 Larry Semon   $30
162. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 2 Larry Semon   $30 
163. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 3 Larry Semon   $30
164. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 4 Larry Semon   $30 
165. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 5 Larry Semon   $30
166. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 6 Larry Semon  $30
167. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 7 Larry Semon  $30
168. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 8 Larry Semon  $30
169. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 9 Larry Semon  $30
170. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 10 Larry Semon  $30
171. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 11 Larry Semon  $30
172. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 12 Larry Semon  $30
173. Larry Semon: The Ultimate Collection Disc 13 Larry Semon  $30
174. "A Lover in Pawn" (1920) Victor Sjöström  $30
175. "Lucretia Lombard" (1923) Irene Rich, Monte Blue, Norma Shearer  $30
176. "The Song of the Scarlet Flower" (1919) Mauritz Stiller   $30
177. "North of Hudson Bay" (1923) John Ford  $30 
178. "The Man from Home" (1922) James Kirkwood  $30
179. "Silks and Saddles" (1921) Australian Silent Drama   $30
180. "The Unknown Love" (1919) Dolores Cassinelli  $30
181. "The Craving" (1918) Francis Ford, John Ford  $30
182. "A Burglar by Proxy" (1919) Jack Pickford   $30 
183. "Brass" (1923)  Monte Blue, Marie Prevost, Irene Rich   $30 
184. "Dinty" (1920) Colleen Moore   $30 
185. "The Ingmar Inheritance" (1925) Conrad Veidt  $30
186. "The Flower of the North" (1921) Henry Walthall, Pauline Starke  $30
187. "Cafe Electric" (1927) Marlene Dietrich   $30
188. "Radio-Mania" (1923) Grant Mitchell   $25
189. "Casanova" (1927)  French Silent Drama   $30
190. "Savages of the Sea" (1925) Frank Merrill   $25 
191. "Alexander the Great" (1917) Mauritz Stiller   $25 
192. "Playing Dead" (1915) Sidney Drew   $25
     

 

Coming soon:

The Right to Happiness (1919) 
Man-Woman-Marriage (1921) 
His Grace's Last Testament (1919)
Playing Dead (1915)
The King on Main Street (1925)

and many others.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

 

Films included in DVD Short Comedies (1904-1926):

1     Personal (1904)                                                                                 5 m.
2     The lost child (1904)                                                                         6 m.
3     Airy Fairy Lillian Tries on Her New Corsets (1905)                        1 m.
4     Tom, Tom, the Pipers Son (1905)                                                      8 m.
5     Trial Marriages (1907)                                                                     12 m.
6     The Taming of the Shrew (1908) with Florence Lawrence             11 m.
7     Sweet and Twenty (1909) with Mary Pickford, Florence Lawrence 7 m.
8     Her First Biscuits (1909)   with Florence Lawrence                          7 m.
9     A Tin-Type Romance (1910)  with Florence Turner                          8 m.
10   Flo's Discipline (1912)  with Florence Lawrence                             11 m.
11   Big Game (1921)  with 'Snub' Pollard                                               11 m.
12   Spanking Breezes (1926)  with Alice Day                                        20 m.

Total running time 1h. 50 m.



Films included in DVD Robert Harron Rare Shorts (1911-1914):

1    Bobby the Coward (1911)                         14  m.
2    Man's Genesis (1912)                                11  m.
3    The Little Tease (1913)                             17  m.
4    The Reformers (1913)                               20  m.
5    The Yaqui Cur (1913)                               18  m.
6    Brute Force (1914)                                    25  m.
7    Man's Genesis restored excerpt (bonus)     9  m.

Total running time 1h. 54 m.

 

Films included in DVD Short Comedies II (1916-1926):

1. Bombs and Brides (1916)                25 m.
2. The Feathered Nest (1916)             28 m.
3. His Bread and Butter (1916)            24 m.
4. The Hero (1917)                                18 m.
5. Weak, But Willing (1926)                 11 m.

Total running time 1h. 46 m.

 

Films included in DVD Short Comedies III (1920-1928):

1. Her Bridal Night-Mare (1920)          35 m.
2. Hold Your Breath (1924)                   32 m.
3. Play Safe (1927)                                22 m.
4. Say Ah-h! (1928)                                14 m.

Total running time 1h. 43 m.

Films included in DVD Florence Lawrence Rare Shorts:

           title                                                  m.

1    The Zulu's Heart (1908)                        9
2    The Call of the Wild (1908)                 14
3    An Awful Moment (1908)                      8
4    Mr. Jones at the Ball (1908)                  8
5    The Taming of the Shrew (1908)         11
6    Mr. Jones Has a Card Party (1909)      9
7    The Girls and Daddy (1909)                10
8    The Salvation Army Lass (1909)         14
9    The Mended Lute (1909)                      8
10   Her First Biscuits (1909)                      7
11   Mr. Jones' Burglar (1909)                     7
12   Flo's Discipline (1912)                        12

Total running time 1h. 57 m.

 

Films included in DVD Mary Pickford Rare Shorts I:

           title                                                         m.

1    Sweet and Twenty (1909)                        7
2    Ramona (1910)                                       17
3    Muggsy's First Sweetheart (1910)       13
4    What the Daisy Said (1910)                  13
5    An Arcadian Maid (1910)                       13
6    The Sorrows of the Unfaithful (1910)  11
7    When a Man Loves (1911)                    14
8    Iola's Promise (1912)                            15
9    Lena and the Geese (1912)                 12

Total running time 1h. 54 m.

 

Films included in DVD Mary Pickford Rare Shorts II:

           title                                                                   m.

1   The Mender of Nets (1912)                              13
2   The Old Actor (1912)                                         17
3   The Female of the Species (1912)                14
4   The School Teacher and the Waif (1912)     13
5   The Narrow Road (1912)                                 17
6   With the Enemy's Help (1912)                        12
7   So Near, Yet So Far (1912)                              12
8   The Unwelcome Guest (1913)                       18

Total running time 1h. 56 m.



Here is a very efficient way to help Silent Hall of Fame:

Many major employers have programs that match their employees' donations to charitable organizations like Silent Hall of Fame. Such employers are big banks like Bank of America and US Bank, and large companies such as Chevron, Microsoft, etc. If you work for one of these employers and you donate to Silent Hall of Fame your tax-deductible contribution will be doubled and will go a long way towards helping your favorite silent star to receive better public recognition. Here is a list of Companies that Match Donations and/or Volunteer Hours.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT FILMS KEPT IN ARCHIVES IN THE US AND AROUND THE WORLD

     As part of our ongoing efforts to enhance the legacy of our stars we seek to recover their rare films from archives in the USA and round the world. We are happy to report that as a result of our extensive research we have found hundreds of films featuring our stars.  All these films are waiting to be reconnected with the public after many, many years.  Most of the movies have not been seen by any silent movie lovers for three or four generations.
    You can help us acquire these films and show them on our website with your tax-deductible contribution.  This will help your favorite silent movie personalities receive better public recognition, and in the future, improve their chances to get a nomination for a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  Because none of these films are available for viewing anywhere else, this will also help your favorite website, Silent Hall of Fame, become really unique in the quest to bring back from oblivion the names of your favorite silent movie stars.
    Here are some of the films that we located in archives that currently are not available for viewing anywhere.  We want to show them to you, the classic movie lovers of the world:

His New York Wife (1926) featuring our star Alice Day,
Fools of Fashion (1926) featuring our star Marceline Day,
The Black Horse Bandit (1919)  featuring our star Helen Gibson,
Life in the Balance (1915) featuring our star Helen Holmes,
Her Shattered Idol (1915) featuring our star Robert Harron,
Her Child's Honor (1911) featuring our stars Florence Lawrence and Arthur V. Johnson,
Queen of the Moulin Rouge (1922)  featuring our star Martha Mansfield,
Baby Mine (1917) featuring our star John S. Robertson,
The Deerslayer (1913) featuring our star Florence Turner,
Everybody's Sweetheart (1920) featuring our star Olive Thomas,
War and the Woman (1917) featuring our star Florence La Badie,
The Lady of the Photograph (1917) featuring our star Shirley Mason,
Tropical Nights (1928) featuring our star Patsy Ruth Miller.

 

 

Marceline Day encourages Buster Keaton to keep trying in "The Cameraman" (1928). Click to watch the clip.

 

Introduction

We know that it is not easy to finance nonprofit projects.  Even the most noble charitable intentions can come to naught without adequate funding. This is why we want to help other public and charitable ventures succeed.

Silent Hall of Fame supports individuals and organizations creating values in the public interest by providing fiscal sponsorship to non-commercial projects, which align with our public and charitable mission. Such projects may be in, but are not limited to, all disciplines of Arts and Culture, education, science and the environment.

 

What is fiscal sponsorship?

Fiscal sponsorship is a formal arrangement in which Silent Hall of Fame - a 501(c)(3) public charity - sponsors a project that lacks exempt status. This alternative to pursuing your own tax exemption allows you to seek grants and solicit tax-deductible donations under our exempt status. Since most grant-makers give to organizations with tax-exempt status, fiscal sponsorship may help you qualify for more funding opportunities.

 

A Fiscal Sponsorship model: the Pre-approved Grant Relationship

Silent Hall of Fame pre-approves an individual or entity as a grantee, agrees to establish a restricted fund to receive tax-deductible financial contributions from donors for the purpose of supporting the grantee’s charitable project, and makes grants to the grantee from the restricted fund. Silent Hall of Fame maintains a Grantor-Grantee relationship with the project leaders through a formal Project Grant Agreement.

 

Overview of the Pre-approved Grant Relationship process

Step 1. The person or organization leading the project submits a written application, including specific description of the proposed project, to Silent Hall of Fame asking for prospective project sponsorship.
Step 2. Silent Hall of Fame evaluates the proposal to determine whether the project promotes our tax-exempt purposes.
Step 3. The Board of directors of Silent Hall of Fame reviews and approves sponsoring the project.  Thus, before funds are solicited and received from donors, foundations, or government agencies, Silent Hall of Fame as sponsor has pre-approved the project as its grantee.
Step 4. Silent Hall of Fame as sponsor and the project leaders sign a written grant agreement setting forth all terms and conditions that apply to the project’s use of the grant and the relations with the funding sources.  The grant agreement includes a condition that Silent Hall of Fame as sponsor retains complete control and discretion over the use of all contributions it receives.  That element of sponsor discretion and control will be made known, in writing, to the funding sources.
Step 5. Silent Hall of Fame receives donations and grants for the specific project, and then distributes the funds as grant payments to the person or organization conducting the project.
Step 6. The project leaders make periodic written reports to Silent Hall of Fame, in accordance with the grant agreement, showing its actual expenditures of grant funds and its progress toward accomplishing the purposes of the grant. The project is expected to have its own legal, tax and accounting identity with a project-related bank account.  The project – NOT the sponsor – is responsible for the project’s own employment taxes, insurance, debts, liabilities, tax returns and other relevant legal obligations.

Below you can find additional insights in the Pre-approved Grant Relationship process.

What should you know before applying?

Your project must have public benefit and must be non-commercial in nature.
When approaching your prospects, be ready to submit a written proposal that makes clear why your project is needed, its objectives, timeline, staffing and budget. Explain how it advances the public and charitable mission of Silent Hall of Fame.


Fiscal sponsorship fee

Silent Hall of Fame retains for its administrative costs a small percentage of all grants and contributions received in support of an approved project.


For check donations:

7% for amounts from $10,000 to $20,000
6% for amounts up to $50,0000
5% for amounts up to $100,000
4% for amounts over $100,000

For credit card donations add an additional 3%.

For small-scale projects we negotiate fixed fees. We charge a 2-4% premium for government grants.

 

To start the application process or to inquire please send us a message from the "Contact us" page.


  

Additional reading

 

Detailed Guidelines

In its fiscal sponsorship functions Silent Hall of Fame follows current guidelines about Pre-Approved Grant Relationship formulated by the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors.

Fiscal sponsorship means Silent Hall of Fame, a nonprofit organization (the “fiscal sponsor”), agrees to provide services and oversight to the activities of groups or individuals engaged in work that furthers our public and charitable mission.

Fiscal sponsorship confers significant potential benefits on the leaders of sponsored projects.  They allow new community ventures to more quickly and efficiently get off the ground, without the delay or bureaucratic red-tape associated with incorporating and filing federal and state applications for tax exemptions. 

Silent Hall of Fame, as tax-exempt and charitable venture, permits project leaders – from the moment we agree to accept  the project – to legally solicit and benefit from charitable contributions from individuals and grants from private foundations and other funding institutions.  Silent Hall of Fame places program implementation responsibility in the hands of project  leaders; we are not involved in the programmatic decision-making process of the sponsored groups.

In a Pre-approved grant relationship the fiscally sponsored project does not become a program belonging to Silent Hall of Fame, but is a separate entity responsible for managing its own tax reporting and liability issues.  Silent Hall of Fame simply assures itself that the project will use the grant funds received to accomplish the ends described in the grant proposal.

We follow Recommended Best Practices

1. Public Interest Mission and Program Focus
Silent Hall of Fame expresses a clear mission intended to advance the public interest, and all programs and related activities support that mission.
2. Legal, Tax and Regulatory Compliance
Silent Hall of Fame fulfills all legal, tax and regulatory requirements of philanthropic and charitable nonprofit organizations and complies with the letter and the spirit of all laws.
3. Fiscal Integrity
Silent Hall of Fame manages all funds, assets and other resources under its direct control with a high degree of responsibility, integrity, transparency and accountability.
4. Administrative and Operational Integrity
Silent Hall of Fame manages all administrative duties and responsibilities professionally and with a high degree of integrity and accountability.
Silent Hall of Fame acts as a grantor supporting projects by making a series of grants to the grantee entity conducting the fiscally sponsored  project. 
Features of a well managed grant relationship include: the grantee’s proposal to conduct a specific charitable project; periodic reports from the project back to Silent Hall of Fame; an arm’s length grant agreement that protects Silent Hall of Fame from the liabilities of the fiscally sponsored project; clear communications, as needed, to the project’s vendors stating that the sponsor is not responsible for the project’s liabilities.
5. Board Accountability, Ethical Conduct and Governance
The Board of directors of Silent Hall of Fame governs ethically, avoiding conflicts of interest in conducting the affairs of the organization and in carrying out its legal,  fiduciary and policy making responsibilities.
6. Assessing and Selecting Projects
Silent Hall of Fame engages in a clear, systematic process when assessing and selecting projects for sponsorship.
A. Mission Fit.
Silent Hall of Fame assures that the public interest purposes of all projects support our mission and charitable purpose.
B. Project Assessment Criteria and Guidance.
Silent Hall of Fame uses a clear set of evaluation criteria in considering all prospective projects for sponsorship.
C. Project Leadership Fit.
Silent Hall of Fame evaluates the capability, potential, experience, and integrity of project leaders to assure a constructive, mutually respectful working relationship between our staff and project leaders.
D. Project Sponsorship Application. 
Silent Hall of Fame requires sponsorship applicants to submit a detailed written project plan that articulates the civic, social and community benefits the project intends to pursue.
E. Written Mutual Understanding.
Silent Hall of Fame and designated project leaders(s) execute a written grantor-grantee understanding detailing the terms and expectations of the relationship, including the financial terms and charges for providing fiscal sponsorship services.  The understanding provides that Silent Hall of Fame retains full legal discretion and control over funds raised by the project.
7. Fiscal Sponsor Service Commitment to Projects
Silent Hall of Fame pursues its public interest mission through the projects it sponsors; recognizes and respects project leaders for their knowledge, skill and expertise; and places a high priority on encouraging and facilitating efficacy in its projects to achieve beneficial societal ends.
8. Expectations of Projects
Silent Hall of Fame expects project leaders to adhere to clearly stated standards of ethical conduct, organizational policies and operational procedures.
A. Ethical  Conduct. 
Silent Hall of Fame expects that all project personnel will act with high standards of ethical conduct.
B. Active  Project  Fundraising.
Silent Hall of Fame expects project leaders to conduct the primary work of resource development.
C. Project  Reports.
Silent Hall of Fame expects project leaders to assume responsibility for reporting orally and in writing to us and to the project donors.
D.Public Policy Engagement.
Silent Hall of Fame provides and expects project leaders to understand and comply with the required legal and ethical guidelines when engaging in lobbying and public policy advocacy activities.
E. Disclosure and Communication of Project Status. 
Silent Hall of Fame requires projects to clearly disclose and state in writing their affiliation with us (the fiscal sponsor) in all grant proposals, solicitations and published or online materials.
F. Injurious Activities.
Silent Hall of Fame expects that no project will knowingly engage in any activity that jeopardizes our corporate, nonprofit or tax-exempt status or otherwise create injurious liability.
G. Dispute Resolution. 
Silent Hall of Fame, while retaining full legal and fiscal control of restricted funds, works to fairly resolve disputes that may arise between us and project leaders.
H. Project Termination and Separation.
Silent Hall of Fame has a process through which our staff and project leaders discuss the timing, steps and procedures for separating or terminating the project.
 

Marceline Day in That Model from Paris 1926 3

   Marceline Day in "That Model From Paris" (1926).

 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

In order to improve the user experience we have signed up for secure hosting. Now all pages on our website use the secure connection https://. All users can be confident that the information they submit cannot be viewed by others, and that their sensitive data - passwords, messages, credit cards, etc. - is completely safe. Welcome to the new safe and secure Silent Hall of Fame website!  Happy browsing!

 

GEMS FOR DONATION

This page contains rare and hard to find films, which are available for viewing after registering and making a tax-deductible donation.  Your support will help Silent Hall of Fame to keep looking for more rare silent treasures and to show them on our website for the classic film lovers of the world. This will ultimately help your favorite silent movie star to receive better public recognition.

Registration and donation are required to watch the films on this list. Here is how to earn this privilege:

Step 1: Register as a new user by using the link on the right-hand side of the page 
        (required for all newcomers, but previously registered users don't need to do this again)
Step 2: Make a tax-deductible contribution through one of the 'Donate' buttons on the right.
        You can choose from three plans:
        - a $60 (US dollars) donation will give you the right to watch as many films as you desire for 3 months (required)
        - a $100 (US dollars) donation will give you the right to watch as many films as you desire for 6 months (required)
        - a $10 (US dollars) recurring monthly donation will give you the right to watch as many films as you desire indefinitely (required)
Step 3: Send us an email with your registration user ID so that we can identify your account as soon as possible (optional)

As soon as we receive your donation and verify your registration your account will be activated and you will be able to watch the films on this list. Half of your contribution will be tax deductible.  You will be able to enjoy rare silent films for $1 each or less, support the legacy of a silent star, and take a tax deduction. It doesn't get any better than this!

UPDATE:

As a result of user feedback we have created another option, no registration required - for a $25 (US dollars) donation you can obtain instantly one long or five short films. Make the donation, send us your choice and we will email you the film(s).

We will make sure that you are satisfied by showing you many rare and hard to find films, including some that are impossible to watch anywhere else. Please let us know which other films unavailable now you would like to see, whether they feature the stars of Silent Hall of Fame or not. We will do all we can to find them and show them to you.

We will be uploading many more rare and hard to find movies, so check back often.  You can also subscribe to our newsletter (on the left-hand side of the page) and receive updates about new films posted for streaming.

Here is the list of the rare and hard to find public domain films that we stream for registered viewers who have made a tax deductible donation to Silent Hall of Fame:

Movie TitleFeatured Star(s)
1.   "Janice Meredith" (1924) Marion Davies, Harrison Ford
2.   "The First 100 Years" (1924) Alice Day
3.   "The Luck o' the Foolish" (1924) Marceline Day
4.   "Black Oxfords" (1924) Marceline Day 
5.   "The Open Track" (1916) Helen Gibson
6.   "Shore Leave" (1925) John S. Robertson
7.   "The Grub-Stake" (1923) Nell Shipman
8.   "The Leap from the Water Tower" (1915) Helen Holmes
9.   "The Monastery of Sendomir" (1920) Victor Seastrom
10.  "In Danger's Path" (1915) Helen Holmes
11.  "The Governor's Special" (1916) Helen Gibson
12.  "The Man Without a Country" (1917) Florence La Badie
13.  "The Pay Train" (1915) Helen Holmes
14.  "His Wonderful Chance" (1920) Martha Mansfield
15.  "Man's Genesis" (1912) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer
16.  "Spanking Breezes" (1926) Alice Day
17.  "Beatrice Fairfax" Ep. 10 (1916) Olive Thomas
18.  "The Georgetown Loop" (1903) Billy Bitzer
19.  "Vanity Fair" (1915) Shirley Mason
20.  "An Awful Moment" (1908) Florence Lawrence
21.  "The Broken Spring Rose" (1912) Victor Seastrom
22.  "Her First Adventure" (1908) Billy Bitzer, Robert Harron
23.  "A Trap for Santa" (1909) Billy Bitzer
24.  "Is Money Everything?" (1923) Martha Mansfield
25.  "A Search for the Evidence" (1903) Billy Bitzer
26.  "The Car of Death" (1914) Helen Holmes, Jack Hoxie
27.  "The Primal Call" (1911) Florence La Badie, Billy Bitzer
28.  "Love's Prisoner" (1919) Olive Thomas 
29.  "Rose O'Salem-Town" (1910) Billy Bitzer
30.  "The Black Viper" (1908) Billy Bitzer
31.  "Trial Marriages" (1907) Billy Bitzer
32.  "The Black Hand" (1906) Billy Bitzer
33.  "Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son" (1905) Billy Bitzer
34.  "The Boy Detective" (1908) Billy Bitzer, Robert Harron
35.  "Rosita" (1923) Mary Pickford, Snitz Edwards 
36.  "East Is East" (1916) Florence Turner 
37.  "The Misfit" (1924) Joe Roberts
38.  "The Woman in White" (1917) Florence La Badie
39.  "Max Wants a Divorce" (1917) Martha Mansfield
40.  "White Water" (1924) Nell Shipman
41.  "The Taming of the Shrew" (1908) Florence Lawrence
42.  "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (1909) Florence Turner
43.  "Where Breakers Roar" (1908) Arthur Johnson, Florence Lawrence, Robert Harron
44.  "The Girls and Daddy" (1909) Florence Lawrence, Arthur Johnson, Robert Harron 
45.  "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall" (1924) Mary Pickford 
46.  "Nursing a Viper" (1909) Billy Bitzer, Arthur Johnson 
47.  "The Battle" (1911) Billy Bitzer, Robert Harron
48.  "A Bear, a Boy and a Dog" (1921) Nell Shipman 
49.  "Detectives" (1928) - a trailer   Marceline Day 
50.  "The Big City" (1928) - a trailer  Lon Chaney, Marceline Day
51.  "Winning Back His Love" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
52.  "The Mended Lute" (1909)   Florence Lawrence, Arthur Johnson, Billy Bitzer 
53.  "Fighting Blood" (1911)  Robert Harron, Florence La Badie, Billy Bitzer 
54.  "A Romance of Happy Valley" (1919)  Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
55.  "Airy Fairy Lillian Tries on Her New Corsets" (1905) Billy Bitzer 
56.  "A Temporary Truce" (1912) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
57.  "The Open Switch" (1925) Helen Holmes
58.  "Personal" (1904) Billy Bitzer 
59.  "The Wanderer" (1913) Billy Bitzer 
60.  "Brute Force" (1914) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
61.  "Flo's Discipline" (1912) Florence Lawrence 
62.  "Cinderella" (1914) Mary Pickford 
63.  "The Little Tease" (1913) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
64.  "The Man from Tia Juana" (1917) Jack Hoxie
65.  "Karin, Daughter of Ingmar" (1920) Victor Seastrom 
66.  "The Oath and the Man" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
67.  "A Beast at Bay" (1912) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
68.  "The Sands of Dee" (1912) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
69.  "The Road to Ruin" (1928) Florence Turner 
70.  "Beau Revel" (1921) Lewis Stone 
71.  "The Narrow Road" (1912) Billy Bitzer 
72.  "Her First Biscuits" (1909) Florence Lawrence, Arthur Johnson, Billy Bitzer
73.  "Sunshine Sue" (1910) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
74.  "The Fugitive" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
75.  "Sweet and Twenty" (1909) Florence Lawrence, Billy Bitzer 
76.  "The Average Woman" (1924) Pauline Garon, Harrison Ford 
77.  "The Lost Child" (1904) Billy Bitzer 
78.  "A Tin-Type Romance" (1910) Florence Turner 
79.  "The Last Deal" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
80.  "Back Fire" (1922) Jack Hoxie 
81.  "The Hero of Liao Yang" (1904) Billy Bitzer 
82.  "Secrets" (1924) Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien 
83.  "The Light on Lookout Mountain" (1924) Nell Shipman 
84.  "Bobby the Coward" (1911) Robert Harron, Florence La Badie, Billy Bitzer 
85.  "What the Daisy Said" (1910) Mary Pickford, Billy Bitzer
86.  "The Usurer" (1910) Billy Bitzer
87.  "Out Yonder" (1919) Olive Thomas
88.  "The Tired Tailor's Dream" (1907) Billy Bitzer 
89.  "The Two Paths" (1911) Billy Bitzer 
90.  "The Vultures of the Coast" (1915) Victor Seastrom 
91.  "The Yaqui Cur" (1913) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
92.  "For Better, for Worse" (1919) Cecil B.DeMille, Gloria Swanson 
93.  "A Woman Scorned" (1911) Billy Bitzer 
94.  "The World and Its Woman" (1919) Frank Lloyd, Geraldine Farrar 
95.  "The Kiss of Death" (1916) Victor Seastrom 
96.  "The Widow and the Only Man" (1904) Billy Bitzer 
97.  "That Model from Paris" (1926) Marceline Day 
98.  "The Indian Brothers" (1911) Billy Bitzer 
99.  "The Reformers" (1913) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
100. "On His Wedding Day" (1913) Mabel Normand, Helen Holmes 
101. "Fisher Folks" (1911) Billy Bitzer 
102. "A Child of the Paris Streets" (1916) May Marsh, Robert Harron 
103. "The Message of the Violin" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
104. "Human Hearts" (1922) House Peters, Snitz Edwards 
105. "Winning the Franchise" (1920) Helen Gibson 
106. "Under Two Flags" (1922) Tod Browning, Priscilla Dean 
107. "Just Suppose" (1926) Richard Barthelmess 
108. "The Lily of the Tenements" (1911) Billy Bitzer 
109. "Little Miss Hoover" (1918) John S. Robertson 
110. "Love in the Hills" (1911) Billy Bitzer 
111. "Ashes of Vengeance" (1923) Frank Lloyd, Norma Talmadge 
112. "The Failure" (1911) Billy Bitzer 
113. "Ingmar's Sons" (1919) Victor Seastrom 
114. "When a Man Loves" (1911) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
115. "Waking Up the Town" (1925) Jack Pickford, Norma Shearer 
116. "The Long Road" (1911) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
117. "Crossroads" (1928) Japanese Silent Drama 
118. "The Great Jewel Mystery" (1905) Billy Bitzer 
119. "All Dolled Up" (1921) Florence Turner 
120. "A Kentucky Feud" (1905) Billy Bitzer 
121. "The Rush Hour" (1928) Marie Prevost, Harrison Ford 
122. "Muggsy's First Sweetheart" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
123. "The Lady" (1925) Norma Talmadge 
124. "In Life's Cycle" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
125. "The Hell Ship" (1923) Victor Seastrom 
126. "Flaming Waters" (1925) McGregor, Pauline Garon 
127. "Under Burning Skies" (1912) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
128. "The Woman God Forgot" (1917) Cecil DeMille, Geraldine Farrar 
129. "The God Within" (1912) Billy Bitzer 
130. "The Glorious Adventure" (1922) British historical drama 
131. "The Zulu's Heart" (1908)" Florence Lawrence, Billy Bitzer 
132. "Poor Little Peppina" (1916) Mary Pickford 
133. "When Knighthood Was in Flower" (1922) Marion Davies 
134. "The Sorrows of the Unfaithful" (1910) Billy Bitzer 
135. "The Paymaster" (1906) Billy Bitzer 
136. "The Springtime of Life" (1912) Victor Seastrom 
137. "Iola's Promise" (1912) Billy Bitzer 
138. "Tess of the Storm Country" (1914) Mary Pickford 
139. "Molly O'" (1921) Mabel Normand 
140. "Lena and the Geese" (1912) Billy Bitzer 
141. "The Mating Call" (1928) James Cruze,Thomas Meighan 
142. "The Broken Brake" (1920) Helen Gibson 
143. "With the Enemy's Help" (1912) Billy Bitzer 
144. "The Girl from Stormy Croft" (1917) Victor Seastrom 
145. "The Unwelcome Guest" (1913) Billy Bitzer 
146. "Jubilo" (1919) Will Rogers 
147. "The Drums of Love" (1928) Billy Bitzer 
148. "Crossroads of Life" (1908) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
149. "Julius Caesar" (1914) Italian Silent Drama 
150. "The School Teacher and the Waif" (1912) Robert Harron, Billy Bitzer 
151. "The Woman Disputed" (1928) Norma Talmadge, Gilbert Roland 
152. "The Old Actor" (1912) Billy Bitzer 
153. "Cocaine" (1922) British Silent Drama 
154. "Thomas Graal's Best Film" (1917) Victor Seastrom 
   

 

Coming soon:

The Preacher and the Gossip (1912)
The Greatest Question (1919)
Blood and Steel (1925)
The Silent Command (1923)
April Fool (1926)

and many others.



Here is a very efficient way to help Silent Hall of Fame:

Many major employers have programs that match their employees' donations to charitable organizations like Silent Hall of Fame. Such employers are big banks like Bank of America and US Bank, and large companies such as Chevron, Microsoft, etc. If you work for one of these employers and you donate to Silent Hall of Fame your tax-deductible contribution will be doubled and will go a long way towards helping your favorite silent star to receive better public recognition. Here is a list of Companies that Match Donations and/or Volunteer Hours.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT FILMS KEPT IN ARCHIVES IN THE US AND AROUND THE WORLD

     As part of our ongoing efforts to enhance the legacy of our stars we seek to recover their rare films from archives in the USA and round the world. We are happy to report that as a result of our extensive research we have found hundreds of films featuring our stars.  All these films are waiting to be reconnected with the public after many, many years.  Most of the movies have not been seen by any silent movie lovers for three or four generations.
    You can help us acquire these films and show them on our website with your tax-deductible contribution.  This will help your favorite silent movie personalities receive better public recognition, and in the future, improve their chances to get a nomination for a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  Because none of these films are available for viewing anywhere else, this will also help your favorite website, Silent Hall of Fame, become really unique in the quest to bring back from oblivion the names of your favorite silent movie stars.
    Here are some of the films that we located in archives that currently are not available for viewing anywhere.  We want to show them to you, the classic movie lovers of the world:

His New York Wife (1926) featuring our star Alice Day,
Fools of Fashion (1926) featuring our star Marceline Day,
The Black Horse Bandit (1919)  featuring our star Helen Gibson,
Life in the Balance (1915) featuring our star Helen Holmes,
Her Shattered Idol (1915) featuring our star Robert Harron,
Her Child's Honor (1911) featuring our stars Florence Lawrence and Arthur V. Johnson,
Queen of the Moulin Rouge (1922)  featuring our star Martha Mansfield,
Baby Mine (1917) featuring our star John S. Robertson,
The Deerslayer (1913) featuring our star Florence Turner,
Everybody's Sweetheart (1920) featuring our star Olive Thomas,
War and the Woman (1917) featuring our star Florence La Badie,
The Lady of the Photograph (1917) featuring our star Shirley Mason,
Tropical Nights (1928) featuring our star Patsy Ruth Miller.

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