List of lost silent films (1920–24)

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This is a list of lost silent films released from 1920 to 1924.

Year Film Director Cast Notes Ref
1920 Abend - Nacht - Morgen (Evening – Night – Morning) F. W. Murnau Gertrude Welcker, Bruno Ziener, Conrad Veidt [1][2]
The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss Henry Edwards Henry Edwards, Chrissie White On the BFI "75 Most Wanted" lost film list. The last copy is thought to have been destroyed in a bonfire during World War II by Edwards and White as storing it posed a fire hazard. [3][4]
Anna the Adventuress Cecil M. Hepworth Alma Taylor Taylor plays identical twins. [5]
Bride 13 Richard Stanton Marguerite Clayton, John B. O'Brien A 15-part serial. [6]
The Brute Oscar Micheaux Evelyn Preer [7]
Der Bucklige und die Tänzerin (The Hunchback and the Dancer) F. W. Murnau Sascha Gura, John Gottowt [8][9]
The Devil's Pass Key Erich von Stroheim Leo White, Mae Busch Negative depiction of Americans led some to suggest Stroheim be deported from the United States. [10]
The Dragon's Net Henry MacRae Marie Walcamp, Harland Tucker An adventure serial with 12 episodes. [11]
Fantômas Edward Sedgwick Edward Roseman, Edna Murphy A 20-chapter American serial. [12]
The Fatal Sign Stuart Paton Claire Anderson, Harry Carter A serial with 14 episodes. [13]
The Flaming Disc Robert F. Hill Elmo Lincoln, Louise Lorraine An 18-part serial. [14]
The Girl in Number 29 John Ford Frank Mayo [15]
Hitchin' Posts John Ford Frank Mayo [16]
The Invisible Ray Harry A. Pollard Ruth Clifford, Jack Sherrill A 15-part serial. [17]
Der Januskopf (The Head of Janus) F. W. Murnau Conrad Veidt, Magnus Stifter, Margarete Schlegel An adaptation of Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. [18][19]
King of the Circus J. P. McGowan Eddie Polo, Corrine Porter An 18-part serial. [20]
The $1,000,000 Reward George Lessey Coit Albertson A 15-episode serial. [21]
Il mostro di Frankenstein Eugenio Testa Luciano Albertini, Umberto Guarracino The third film based upon the novel of Frankenstein and probably the first ever Italian horror/science fiction film. Severely cut by censorship board before theatrical release. [22][23]
The Paliser Case William Parke Pauline Frederick [24]
Passion's Playground J. A. Barry Katherine MacDonald, Norman Kerry, Nell Craig [25]
Pirate Gold George B. Seitz Marguerite Courtot, George B. Seitz A ten-part serial. [26]
The Prince of Avenue A John Ford James J. Corbett, Richard Cummings [27]
Remodeling Her Husband Lillian Gish Dorothy Gish, James Rennie The only movie Lillian Gish directed. [28]
The Screaming Shadow Ben F. Wilson, Duke Worne Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber A serial of 15 episodes. [29]
The Shadow of Lightning Ridge Wilfred Lucas Snowy Baker, Agnes Vernon [30]
A Slave of Vanity Henry Otto Pauline Frederick [31]
A Son of David Hay Plumb Poppy Wyndham, Ronald Colman, Arthur Walcott [32]
Thunderbolt Jack Francis Ford, Murdock MacQuarrie Jack Hoxie, Marin Sais A ten-part serial. [33]
Trailed by Three Perry N. Vekroff Stuart Holmes, Frankie Mann A 15-part serial. [34]
Treasure Island Maurice Tourneur Shirley Mason, Charles Ogle, Lon Chaney A lavish production of the Stevenson novel, reportedly with some color sequences. [35]
The Vanishing Dagger Edward A. Kull, John F. Magowan, Eddie Polo Eddie Polo, Thelma Percy An 18-part serial. [36]
Vanishing Trails Leon De La Mothe Franklyn Farnum, Mary Anderson A serial with 15 episodes [37]
Wuthering Heights A.V. Bramble Milton Rosmer, Colette Brettel, Warwick Ward The first film adaptation of Wuthering Heights. [38]
1921 Action John Ford Hoot Gibson [39]
The Adventures of Mr. Pickwick Thomas Bentley Frederick Volpe, Mary Brough, Bransby Williams One of the BFI 75 Most Wanted. [40]
Appearances Donald Crisp David Powell [41]
The Avenging Arrow William Bowman, W. S. Van Dyke John Big Tree [42]
Bits of Life Marshall Neilan Lon Chaney, Noah Beery, Sr., Anna May Wong The first anthology film. [43]
The Blue Mountains Mystery Raymond Longford, Lottie Lyell Marjorie Osborne, John Faulkner [44]
Dangerous Lies Paul Powell David Powell Alfred Hitchcock is credited as a title designer. [45]
Desperate Trails John Ford Harry Carey [46]
Do or Die J. P. McGowan Eddie Polo, Magda Lane An 18-episode serial. [47]
Drakula halála (Dracula's Death or The Death of Dracula) Károly Lajthay Paul Askonas, Lene Myl The first or second filmed version of the Dracula story (the existence of a 1920 Soviet film titled Drakula is in doubt), this Hungarian movie preceded Nosferatu by over a year. [48][49]
Experience George Fitzmaurice Richard Barthelmess, Lilyan Tashman, Marjorie Daw Allegory in which all the characters are named for a human Certainty or Approximation. [50]
Forever George Fitzmaurice Elsie Ferguson, Wallace Reid Film version of George du Maurier play Peter Ibbetson. [51]
The Freeze-Out John Ford Harry Carey [52]
The Great Reward Francis Ford Francis Ford, Ella Hall A 15-episode serial. [53]
The Gunsaulus Mystery Oscar Micheaux Evelyn Preer Inspired by the 1913 murder of Mary Phagan. [54]
Humor Risk Richard Smith Marx Brothers The first Marx Brothers film. This short two-reeler is not believed to have been shown more than once theatrically, if at all. [55][56]
Hurricane Hutch George B. Seitz Charles Hutchison A 15-episode serial. [57]
The Jackeroo of Coolabong Wilfred Lucas Snowy Baker, Kathleen Key [58]
Jackie John Ford Shirley Mason, William Scott [59]
Know Thy Child Franklyn Barrett Roland Conway, Nada Conrade, Lotus Thompson Thompson's film debut came in this Australian production. [60][61]
Ladies Must Live George Loane Tucker Betty Compson, Mahlon Hamilton, Leatrice Joy, John Gilbert [62]
The Lotus Eater Marshall Neilan John Barrymore, Colleen Moore Tropical scenes filmed partly on Catalina Island, and in Florida. [63]
The Narrow Valley Cecil Hepworth Alma Taylor, George Dewhurst, James Carew On the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [64]
The Offenders Fenwicke L. Holmes Margery Wilson, Percy Helton [65]
Rudd's New Selection Raymond Longford J. P. O'Neill, Tal Ordell, Lottie Lyell [66]
The Secret Four Albert Russell, Perry N. Vekroff Eddie Polo, Kathleen Myers A 15-episode serial. [67]
Sehnsucht (Desire) F. W. Murnau Conrad Veidt [68][69]
Sentimental Tommy John S. Robertson Gareth Hughes One of the biggest Paramount hits of 1921. [70]
The Sky Ranger George B. Seitz George B. Seitz, June Caprice A serial with 15 episodes. [71]
Terror Trail Edward A. Kull Eileen Sedgwick, George Larkin An 18-part serial. [72]
Uncharted Seas Wesley Ruggles Alice Lake, Carl Gerard, Rudolph Valentino [73]
The Wallop John Ford Harry Carey [74]
Winners of the West Edward Laemmle Art Acord
Myrtle Lind
A serial in 18 parts. [75]
1922 The Beautiful and Damned William A. Seiter Kenneth Harlan, Marie Prevost F. Scott Fitzgerald's second novel, adapted and produced by Warner Bros. Six lobby cards are extant. [76]
Brawn of the North Laurence Trimble, Jane Murfin Irene Rich, Strongheart (a dog) [77]
A Blind Bargain Wallace Worsley Lon Chaney Negative destroyed by MGM in 1931. Last surviving print lost in 1967 MGM vault fire. [78]
Clarence William C. deMille Wallace Reid
Adolphe Menjou
[79]
In the Days of Buffalo Bill Edward Laemmle Art Acord, Duke R. Lee An 18-episode Western serial. [80]
Little Miss Smiles John Ford Shirley Mason, Gaston Glass [81]
Nan of the North Duke Worne Ann Little, Tom London A 15-episode serial. [82]
One Glorious Day James Cruze Will Rogers Possibility of a nitrate print surviving in a European film archive. [83]
Perils of the Yukon Jay Marchant, J. P. McGowan, Perry N. Vekroff William Desmond, Laura La Plante A serial with 15 chapters. [84]
The Power of Love Henry MacRae Elliot Sparling, Barbara Bedford, Noah Beery, Aileen Manning, Albert Prisco, John Herdman The first feature length 3D film is lost. The fate of the 1923 2D version, titled Forbidden Lover, is unknown. [85][86]
Quincy Adams Sawyer Clarence G. Badger John Bowers, Blanche Sweet, Lon Chaney, Barbara La Marr [87]
A Rough Passage Franklyn Barrett Stella Southern, Hayford Hobbs [88]
Silver Wings Edwin Carewe, John Ford Mary Carr, Lynn Hammond [89]
Trifling Women Rex Ingram Barbara La Marr, Ramón Novarro [90]
The Virgin of the Seminole Oscar Micheaux [91]
The Wise Kid Tod Browning Gladys Walton, David Butler [92]
With Stanley in Africa William James Craft, Edward A. Kull George Walsh, Louise Lorraine An 18-chapter serial. [93]
1923 Around the World in Eighteen Days B. Reeves Eason, Robert F. Hill William Desmond, Laura La Plante A 12-part serial. [94]
Die Austreibung (The Expulsion) F. W. Murnau Carl Goetz [95][96]
The Courtship of Miles Standish Frederick Sullivan Charles Ray Production bankrupted actor Charles Ray and nearly ended his movie career. A full size replica of the Mayflower was built for this film. [97]
The Daring Years Kenneth Webb Mildred Harris, Charles Emmett Mack, Clara Bow [98]
The Eternal City George Fitzmaurice Lionel Barrymore, Barbara La Marr, Bert Lytell Partly shot in Rome. [99]
The Face on the Bar-Room Floor John Ford Henry B. Walthall, Ruth Clifford [100]
The Fighting Skipper Francis Ford Peggy O'Day, Jack Perrin A 15-part adventure serial. [101]
The Ghost City Jay Marchant Pete Morrison [102]
Hollywood James Cruze Dozens of cameos of silent film stars playing themselves, including Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Gloria Swanson, Will Rogers, Mary Astor, Cecil B. DeMille and Charlie Chaplin. [103]
Hoodman Blind John Ford David Butler, Gladys Hulette [104]
Human Wreckage John Griffith Wray Dorothy Davenport, Bessie Love Early portrayal of drug addiction (then a taboo subject), based on actor Wallace Reid, Davenport's husband. [105]
Lily of the Alley Henry Edwards Henry Edwards, Chrissie White On the BFI 75 Most Wanted missing films. [106]
The Oregon Trail Edward Laemmle Art Acord, Louise Lorraine A Western serial in 18 episodes. [107]
Paddy the Next Best Thing Graham Cutts Mae Marsh, Darby Foster, Lilian Douglas [108]
The Phantom Fortune Robert F. Hill William Desmond, Esther Ralston A 12-episode serial. [109]
Ruth of the Range Ernest C. Warde Ruth Roland, Bruce Gordon, Lorimer Johnston A serial comprising 15 episodes. [110]
The Santa Fe Trail Ashton Dearholt, Robert Dillon Jack Perrin, Neva Gerber [111]
St. Elmo Jerome Storm John Gilbert, Barbara La Marr, Bessie Love [112]
The Social Buccaneer Robert F. Hill Jack Mulhall, Margaret Livingston A serial consisting of ten episodes. [113]
Three Jumps Ahead John Ford Tom Mix, Alma Bennett [114]
Vanity Fair Hugo Ballin Mabel Ballin Produced by Samuel Goldwyn with Prizmacolor sequence. [115]
La voyante (The Clairvoyant) Leon Abrams, Louis Mercanton Sarah Bernhardt, Georges Melchior, Harry Baur This was Bernhardt's last performance, and was made while she was mortally ill. The Cinémathèque Française is rumored to have a print. [116]
Where the Pavement Ends Rex Ingram Ramón Novarro, Alice Terry Filmed in Florida and Cuba. [117]
Woman to Woman Graham Cutts Betty Compson The assistant director was Alfred Hitchcock. [118]
The World's Applause William C. deMille Bebe Daniels [119]
1924 The Alaskan Herbert Brenon Thomas Meighan, Estelle Taylor An early role for Anna May Wong. [120]
Babbitt Harry Beaumont Willard Louis, Mary Alden, Carmel Myers First film adaptation of Sinclair Lewis novel. [121]
The City of Beautiful Nonsense Henry Edwards Henry Edwards, Chrissie White, James Lindsay The last copy is thought to have been destroyed in a bonfire during World War II by Edwards and White as storing it posed a fire hazard. [4]
The Dangerous Flirt Tod Browning Evelyn Brent, Edward Earle [122]
Feet of Clay Cecil B. DeMille Rod La Rocque, Vera Reynolds, Julia Faye, Ricardo Cortez, William Boyd This is one of astute preservationist DeMille's rare lost films. [123]
The Fortieth Door George B. Seitz Allene Ray, Bruce Gordon A serial with ten episodes. [124]
Galloping Hoofs George B. Seitz Allene Ray, Johnnie Walker A ten-part Western serial. [125]
The Girl in the Limousine Larry Semon, Noel M. Smith Oliver Hardy [126]
Gräfin Donelli Georg Wilhelm Pabst Paul Hansen, Henny Porten [127]
Hearts of Oak John Ford Hobart Bosworth, Pauline Starke [128]
Into the Net George B. Seitz Edna Murphy, Jack Mulhall A serial with ten episodes. [129]
Joe Beaumont Smith Arthur Tauchert, Marie Lorraine Lorraine's film debut. [130]
Leatherstocking George B. Seitz Edna Murphy, Harold Miller A ten-part serial. [131]
Married Flirts Robert Vignola Pauline Frederick, Mae Busch, Conrad Nagel [132]
Merton of the Movies James Cruze Glenn Hunter, Viola Dana Named by the New York Times as one of the ten best films of 1924. [133]
Miami Alan Crosland Betty Compson, Hedda Hopper [134]
Miss Suwanna of Siam Henry MacRae Sa-ngiam Navisthira, Yom Mongkolnat, Mongkol Sumonnat Some promotional materials and other ephemera are held by the Thailand National Film Archive. [135]
My Husband's Wives Maurice Elvey Shirley Mason [136]
Pokhozdeniya Oktyabriny (The Adventures of Oktyabrina) Grigori Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg Zinaida Torkhovskaya, Yevgeni Kumeiko A Soviet film believed to have been lost in a 1925 fire. [137]
Reveille George Pearson Betty Balfour On the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [138]
The Snob Monta Bell John Gilbert, Norma Shearer, Conrad Nagel [139]
So Big Charles Brabin Colleen Moore [140]
Ten Scars Make a Man William Parke Allene Ray, Jack Mower A ten-part serial. [141]
Tess of the d'Urbervilles Marshall Neilan Blanche Sweet, Conrad Nagel, Stuart Holmes [142]
Trouble Brewing James D. Davis, Larry Semon Larry Semon, Carmelita Geraghty, Oliver Hardy [143]
The Way of a Man George B. Seitz Allene Ray, Harold Miller A serial composed of ten episodes. [144]
White Man Louis J. Gasnier Alice Joyce, Kenneth Harlan, Walter Long (actor) Clark Gable made his first film appearance in a minor role in this jungle adventure. [145]
Who Is the Man? Walter Summers John Gielgud, Isobel Elsom Gielgud's screen debut. On the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [146]
Wine Louis J. Gasnier Clara Bow, Robert Agnew, Walter Long (actor) Clara Bow's first starring role. [147]
The Wolf Man Edmund Mortimer John Gilbert, Norma Shearer [148]
Wolves of the North William Duncan William Duncan, Edith Johnson A ten-chapter serial. [149]
The World of Wonderful Reality Henry Edwards Henry Edwards, Chrissie White, James Lindsay, Henry Vibart Last copy is thought to have been destroyed in a bonfire during World War II by Edwards and White as storing it posed a fire hazard. [4]

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