List of lost silent films (1915–19)

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This is a list of lost silent films that were released from 1915 to 1919.

Year Film Director Cast Notes Ref
1915 Anna Karenina J. Gordon Edwards Betty Nansen, Edward José The first American adaptation of the novel. [1]
Bella Donna Edwin S. Porter, Hugh Ford Pauline Frederick [2]
The Black Box Otis Turner Herbert Rawlinson A 15-chapter serial. [3]
By the Shortest of Heads Bert Haldane George Formby Last known copy destroyed in 1940. [4]
Carmen Raoul Walsh Theda Bara, Einar Linden [5]
Destruction Will S. Davis Theda Bara [6]
The Devil's Daughter Frank Powell Theda Bara [7]
The Diamond from the Sky Jacques Jaccard, William Desmond Taylor Lottie Pickford, Irving Cummings, William Russell A 30-part adventure serial. [8]
Esmerelda James Kirkwood Mary Pickford [9]
The Eternal City Edwin Stanton Porter, Hugh Ford Pauline Frederick One of the first American productions filmed in Rome. [10]
The Galley Slave J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Stuart Holmes [11]
A Girl of Yesterday Allan Dwan Mary Pickford, Frances Marion, Glenn L. Martin [12][13]
The Goose Girl Frederick A. Thomson Marguerite Clark [14]
Graft George Lessey, Richard Stanton Harry Carey A serial of 20 chapters. [15]
Inspiration George Foster Platt Audrey Munson, Thomas A. Curran [16]
Jim the Penman Edwin S. Porter John B. Mason, Harold Lockwood [17]
The Last Night of the Barbary Coast Hal Mohr, Sol Lesser Early example of an exploitation film, purportedly showing the last night of the Barbary Coast red-light district of San Francisco. [18]
Life Without Soul Joseph W. Smiley Percy Standing The second film based upon the novel Frankenstein. [19]
Neal of the Navy William Bertram, W. M. Harvey William Courtleigh, Jr.
Lillian Lorraine
A 14-part serial. [20]
The New Exploits of Elaine Louis J. Gasnier, Leopold Wharton, Theodore Wharton Pearl White, Creighton Hale A serial of ten chapters. [21]
The Pine's Revenge Joe De Grasse Lon Chaney
Cleo Madison
[22]
The Pretty Sister of Jose Allan Dwan Marguerite Clark, Jack Pickford, Rupert Julian Clark's second film directed by Allan Dwan. [23]
Quits Joseph de Grasse Arthur Shirley, Lon Chaney A one-reel short [24]
The Romance of Elaine George B. Seitz Pearl White A 12-chapter serial. [25]
Rupert of Hentzau George Loane Tucker Henry Ainley, Jane Gail, Gerald Ames [26]
Sin Herbert Brenon Theda Bara, William E. Shay [27]
Sold Edwin S. Porter, Hugh Ford Pauline Frederick [28]
The Star of the Sea Joe De Grasse Lon Chaney, Pauline Bush [29]
Steady Company Joe De Grasse Lon Chaney, Pauline Bush A one-reel short. [30]
Temptation Cecil B. DeMille Geraldine Farrar, Theodore Roberts, Pedro de Cordoba [31]
The Threads of Fate Joe De Grasse Pauline Bush, William C. Dowlan, Lon Chaney [32]
The Two Orphans Herbert Brenon Theda Bara Later remade by D. W. Griffith as Orphans of the Storm, starring Dorothy Gish and Lillian Gish. [33]
Under the Crescent Burton L. King Ola Humphrey A six-chapter serial. [34]
The Valley of Lost Hope Romaine Fielding Romaine Fielding, Mildred Gregory, Peter Lang Western involving a crashing locomotive. [35]
The Wild Goose Chase Cecil B. DeMille Ina Claire [36]
Zaza Edwin S. Porter, Hugh Ford Pauline Frederick [37]
1916 The Adventures of Peg o' the Ring Francis Ford, Jacques Jaccard Grace Cunard, Francis Ford A 15-chapter serial. [38]
The Apostle of Vengeance William S. Hart William S. Hart An early Western. [39]
Audrey Robert G. Vignola Pauline Frederick [40]
Casey of the Coast Guard William Nigh George O'Hara, Helen Ferguson A ten-part serial. [41]
A Daughter of the Gods Herbert Brenon Annette Kellerman A few feet were held in the Cinema Museum of London, but are now lost. A still survives of Kellerman's nude scene, the first by a major actress. [42]
The Dream Girl Cecil B. DeMille Mae Murray [43]
The Eternal Sapho Bertram Bracken Theda Bara [44]
The Fall of a Nation Thomas Dixon, Jr. Lorraine Huling, Percy Standing The first sequel (of The Birth of a Nation). [45][46]
Gloria's Romance Walter Edwin, Colin Campbell Billie Burke, Henry Kolker, David Powell [47]
Gold and the Woman James Vincent Theda Bara, Alma Hanlon [48]
The Great Problem Rex Ingram Violet Mersereau, Dan Hanlon, Lionel Adams [49]
Her Double Life J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Franklyn Hanna [50]
Keechaka Vadham R. Nataraja Mudaliar Jeevarathnam, R. Nataraja Mudaliar, Raja Mudaliar First silent film produced in South India. [51]
Lass of the Lumberlands Paul Hurst, J. P. McGowan Helen Holmes, Leo D. Maloney, Thomas G. Lingham A 15-part serial. [52]
Liberty Jacques Jaccard, Henry MacRae Marie Walcamp, Jack Holt A Western serial of 20 chapters.

[53]

Luke's Double Hal Roach Harold Lloyd A one-reel comedy short. [54]
McTeague Barry O'Neal Holbrook Blinn, Fania Marinoff [55]
Milestones Thomas Bentley Isobel Elsom On the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [56]
Das Phantom der Oper Ernst Matray Nils Olaf Chrisander, Aud Egede-Nissen [57]
The Pioneers Franklyn Barrett Winter Hall An Australian production. [58]
The Realization of a Negro's Ambition Harry A. Gant Bessie Baker, Lottie Boles, Clarence Brooks This two-reel short was Lincoln Motion Picture Company's first production. [59]
Romeo and Juliet J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Harry Hilliard [60]
The Scarlet Runner William P. S. Earle, Wally Van Earle Williams, Marguerite Blake A serial with 12 chapters. [61]
Sequel to the Diamond from the Sky Edward Sloman William Russell, Rhea Mitchell A four-chapter followup to the serial The Diamond from the Sky. [62]
The Serpent Raoul Walsh Theda Bara One of Theda Bara's many lost films. [63]
She Will Barker, Horace Lisle Lucoque Alice Delysia, Henry Victor, Sydney Bland [64]
Under Two Flags J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Herbert Heyes [65]
The Valley of Fear Alexander Butler Harry Arthur Saintsbury, Daisy Burrell, Booth Conway [66]
The Vixen J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Herbert Heyes [67]
The World's Great Snare Joseph Kaufman Pauline Frederick, Irving Cummings [68]
1917 Alimony Emmett J. Flynn Lois Wilson, George Fisher Screen debut (uncredited) of Rudolph Valentino. [69]
El Apóstol Quirino Cristiani Argentine production believed to be the world's first animated feature film. [70]
Australia's Peril Franklyn Barrett Roland Conway, Maie Baird [71]
Brcko in Zagreb (Brcko u Zagrebu) Arsen Maas Arnošt Grund, Stjepan Bojničić First Croatian feature film.[72] Only some images remain.
Camille J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara A reel was rumored to be found in a Russian archive, but was actually mislabelled. The film remains lost. [73]
Cheyenne's Pal John Ford Harry Carey [74]
A Country Hero Roscoe Arbuckle Roscoe Arbuckle, Buster Keaton [75]
The Darling of Paris J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara
Glen White
[76]
Double-Crossed Robert G. Vignola Pauline Frederick [77]
Der Golem und die Tänzerin Paul Wegener First sequel to a horror film. [78]
The Gray Ghost Stuart Paton Harry Carter, Priscilla Dean A 16-part serial. [79]
Heart and Soul J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara [80]
Her Better Self Robert G. Vignola Pauline Frederick [81]
Her Greatest Love J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Walter Law [82]
The Hidden Hand James Vincent Doris Kenyon, Sheldon Lewis A serial in 15 parts. [83]
Imokawa Mukuzo Genkanban no Maki Ōten Shimokawa First anime produced and released in Japan.
Jim Bludso Tod Browning, Wilfred Lucas Wilfred Lucas, Olga Grey Browning's directorial debut. [84]
Life's Whirlpool Lionel Barrymore Ethel Barrymore Lionel Barrymore's last directed silent film until talkies in 1929, and the only time he directed his sister in a film. [55]
Magda Emile Chautard Clara Kimball Young, Valda Valkyrien [85]
A Marked Man John Ford Harry Carey [86]
The Monk and the Woman Franklyn Barrett Maud Fane, Percy Marmont, Harry Plimmer An Australian production. [87]
The Mystery Ship Harry Harvey, Henry MacRae, Francis Ford Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber An 18-chapter serial. [88]
National Red Cross Pageant Christy Cabanne An all-star cast, including Ethel Barrymore, Lionel and John Barrymore [89]
Red Saunders Plays Cupid John Ford Harry Carey, Claire Du Brey A short. [90]
The Rose of Blood J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Genevieve Blinn, Charles Clary [91]
The Scrapper John Ford John Ford A Western short. [92]
The Silent Lie Raoul Walsh Miriam Cooper, Ralph Lewis, Charles Clary [93]
Sleeping Fires Hugh Ford Pauline Frederick [94]
The Soul Herder John Ford Harry Carey, Claire Du Brey [95]
Sowers and Reapers George D. Baker Emmy Wehlen, Frank Currier, Harry Davenport [96]
The Voice on the Wire Stuart Paton Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber A serial in 15 chapters. [97]
1918 Alraune Michael Curtiz, Edmund Fritz Géza Erdélyi, Gyula Gál A Hungarian science-fiction horror film. [98]
Arizona Albert Parker Douglas Fairbanks [99][100]
Bees in His Bonnet Gilbert Pratt Harold Lloyd A comedy short. [101]
Bound in Morocco Allan Dwan Douglas Fairbanks [99][102]
The Forbidden Path J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Hugh Thompson [103]
The Great Love D. W. Griffith Lillian Gish This melodrama incorporated actual footage of England and France under World War I conditions, including an air raid and a battle. [104]
The Greatest Thing in Life D. W. Griffith Lillian Gish [105]
Headin' South Allan Dwan Douglas Fairbanks [99][102]
Hit Him Again Gilbert Pratt Harold Lloyd A one-reel short. [106]
How Could You, Jean? William Desmond Taylor Mary Pickford [107]
Huns Within Our Gates Derwent Hall Caine Early World War I propaganda film. Also known as The Commercial Pirates and The Hearts of Men. [108]
The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin Rupert Julian Rupert Julian Early World War I propaganda film. [109]
Kicking the Germ Out of Germany Alfred J. Goulding Harold Lloyd [110]
The Lamb Harold Lloyd, Gilbert Pratt Harold Lloyd A short, one-reel comedy. [111]
The Lion's Claws Harry Harvey, Jacques Jaccard Marie Walcamp, Ray Hanford An 18-episode serial. [112]
On the Quiet Chester Withey John Barrymore [113]
Our Mrs. McChesney Ralph Ince Ethel Barrymore [114]
The Phantom Riders John Ford Harry Carey [115]
The Romance of Tarzan Scott Sidney Elmo Lincoln The second Tarzan film produced. [116]
Salomé J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara [117]
The Savage Woman Edmund Mortimer Clara Kimball Young, Milton Sills [118]
Say! Young Fellow Joseph Henabery Douglas Fairbanks [99]
Sic ’em Towser Harold Lloyd [119]
The Soul of Buddha J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Victor Kennard [120]
That Devil, Bateese William Wolbert Lon Chaney Chaney's final film in his first stint at Universal. [121]
Thieves' Gold John Ford Harry Carey [122]
Three Mounted Men John Ford Harry Carey [123]
Under the Yoke J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, G. Raymond Nye [124]
We Can't Have Everything Cecil B. DeMille Kathlyn Williams, Elliott Dexter [125]
When a Woman Sins J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Josef Swickard [126]
Wild Women John Ford Harry Carey [127]
A Woman in the Web Paul Hurst, David Smith Hedda Nova A serial composed of 15 episodes. [128]
A Woman's Fool John Ford Harry Carey [129]
1919 Ace of the Saddle John Ford Harry Carey [130]
The Adventures of Ruth George Marshall Ruth Roland, Herbert Heyes A 15-part serial. [131]
Anne of Green Gables William Desmond Taylor Mary Miles Minter [132]
The Avalanche George Fitzmaurice Elsie Ferguson [133]
Bare Fists John Ford Harry Carey [134]
The Big Little Person Robert Z. Leonard Mae Murray, Rudolph Valentino [135]
The Black Secret George B. Seitz Pearl White, Walter McGrail A 15-chapter serial. [136]
Bonds of Love Reginald Barker Pauline Frederick [137]
Count the Votes Hal Roach Harold Lloyd [138]
A Daughter of Eve Walter West Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome, Cameron Carr [139]
The Divorcee Herbert Blaché Ethel Barrymore, E. J. Ratcliffe, Holmes Herbert This was Barrymore's last silent film. [140]
Elmo the Mighty Henry MacRae Elmo Lincoln, Grace Cunard An 18-part serial. [141]
A Fight for Love John Ford Harry Carey, John Big Tree [142]
The Fighting Brothers John Ford Pete Morrison A short Western. [143]
The First Men in the Moon Bruce Gordon, J. L. V. Leigh Hector Abbas, Lionel D'Aragon First film adapted directly from a work by H. G. Wells. Has been partially recreated as a series of still pictures. [144]
The Great Radium Mystery Robert Broadwell, Robert F. Hill Cleo Madison, Bob Reeves A serial in 18 chapters. [145]
Halbblut Fritz Lang Carl de Vogt, Ressel Orla, Carl Gerard Schröder Lang's directorial debut. [146]
The Hawk's Trail W. S. Van Dyke King Baggot, Grace Darmond A 15-chapter serial. [147]
He Leads, Others Follow Vincent P. Bryan, Hal Roach Harold Lloyd A one-reel comedy short. [148]
Here Comes the Bride John S. Robertson John Barrymore, Faire Binney [149]
Der Herr der Liebe Fritz Lang Carl de Vogt This is the only film in which director Fritz Lang had an acting role. [150]
His Only Father Hal Roach, Frank Terry Harold Lloyd A one-reel short. [151]
The Isle of Conquest Edward Jose Norma Talmadge [152]
The Knickerbocker Buckaroo Albert Parker Douglas Fairbanks, William A. Wellman [99][153]
The Lion Man Albert Russell, Jack Wells Kathleen O'Connor, Jack Perrin An 18-part serial. [154]
Marked Men John Ford Harry Carey [155]
The Midnight Man James W. Horne James J. Corbett, Kathleen O'Connor An 18-part serial. [156]
Nobody Home Elmer Clifton Dorothy Gish, Ralph Graves, George Fawcett, Rudolph Valentino [157]
One Week of Life Hobart Henley Pauline Frederick [158]
The Outcasts of Poker Flat John Ford Harry Carey [159]
The Rajah Hal Roach Harold Lloyd A short. [160]
The Red Glove J. P. McGowan Marie Walcamp, Pat O'Malley A serial comprising 18 episodes. [161]
Rider of the Law John Ford Harry Carey [162]
Riders of Vengeance John Ford Harry Carey [163]
Roped John Ford Harry Carey [164][165]
Si, Senor Alfred J. Goulding Harold Lloyd A one-reel short. [166]
Soft Money Vincent P. Bryan, Hal Roach Harold Lloyd [167]
The Splendid Romance Edward José Enrico Caruso, Ormi Hawley, Crauford Kent A print may be held by a private collector. [168]
Terror of the Range Stuart Paton George Larkin, Betty Compson A serial comprising seven episodes. [169]
The Test of Honor John S. Robertson John Barrymore, Constance Binney Barrymore's first dramatic role in a film. [170]
A Woman There Was J. Gordon Edwards Theda Bara, Alan Roscoe [171]

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