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Red Mill, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Drudge Of The Red Mill Tavern Opening scene, Marion Davies in one of her earliest true comic roles, as Dutch scullery maid Tina, George Siegmann her oppressive boss, and a mouse evidently named Ignatz, in The Red Mill, 1926, directed by the exonerated but still-stigmatized Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle, under a pseudonym.
Red Mill, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Wheat-Tina! Clumsy Dutch kitchen maid Tina (Marion Davies) has introduced herself to dashing-but-approachable American speed skater Dennis Wheat (Owen Moore) in the moments leading up to the big race, early in The Red Mill, 1926, from William Randolph Hearst’s Cosmpolitan Pictures.
La Boheme (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Your Little Hands The first proper meeting between embroiderer Mimi (Lillian Gish) and would-be playwright neighbor Rodolphe (John Gilbert), sharing some heat in 1840's Paris, in King Vidor's La Boheme, 1926.
La Boheme (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Her First Picnic Having fled Paris for a spring picnic with the gang from their low-rent neighborhood, seamstress Mimi (Lillian Gish) and struggling writer Rodolphe (John Gilbert) frolic in the woods, in King Vidor's La Boheme, 1926.
La Boheme (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Mother Of The Arts MGM and King Vidor's version of Paris ca. 1840, landlord visiting painter Marcel (Gino Corrado) and aspiring playwright Rodolphe (John Gilbert), opening La Boheme, 1926, also starring Lillian Gish.
Scarlet Letter, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) What Art Thou Hiding? Having established local edicts about ladies' undergarments, Hester Prynne (Lilian Gish) doing her laundry alone, discovered by shy but enchanted Reverend Dimmesdale (Lars Hanson), in Victor Seastrom's The Scarlet Letter, 1926, from the Hawthorne novel.
Scarlet Letter, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Stern, Unforgiving People Following the credits, introduction of the nameless New England Puritan village and it's people, and the Reverend Dimmesdae (Lars Hanson), in the 1926 MGM Victor Seastrom (really Sjostrom) production of The Scarlet Letter.
Scarlet Letter, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Hester Prynne's Bird Scenes introducing Hester Prynne (Lillian Gish), depicting events not covered in the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, disapproval led by Mistress Hibbins (Marcelle Corday), in MGM's The Scarlet Letter, 1926.
Orphans Of The Storm -- (Movie Clip) I'll See For You Having shown them as babies and young girls, director D.W. Griffith introduces grown-up Henriette and Louise Girard (Lillian and Dorothy Gish) and their plight, amid the French Revolution, in Orphans Of The Storm, 1921.
Orphans Of The Storm -- (Movie Clip) Louis XVI Having already introduced the peasants, director D.W. Griffith goes big with King Louis XVI (Lee Kohlmar), then Jefferson and Lafayette (cameos) and Danton (Monte Blue), in the French Revolution drama Orphans Of The Storm, 1921.
Orphans Of The Storm -- (Movie Clip) Life's Journey Begins After an introductory series of title cards, a "prologue," then director D.W. Griffith setting the French revolutionary premise, in Orphans Of The Storm, 1921, starring Lillian and Dorothy Gish.