Frank D. Williams


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Dragon Painter, The (1919) -- (Movie Clip) The Last Descendant The second scenario, having established leading man (and producer) Sessue Hayakawa as the obsessive artist in the faraway mountains, we meet in Tokyo artist Indara (Edward Peil) and his daughter Ume-ko (Tsuru Aoki), then return to the hero (on location at Yosemite National Park), in the Hollywood silent feature <>The Dragon Painter, 1919.
Dragon Painter, The (1919) -- (Movie Clip) He Seeks An Enchanted Princess From Milestone Films and George Eastman House, the opening introducing leading man and de-facto producer Sessue Hayakawa, for the rediscovered feature by his Hollywood-based Haworth Pictures, directed by Hayakawa’s partner William Worthington, shot at Yosemite National Park, The Dragon Painter. 1919.
Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914) -- (Movie Clip) Waitress Wanted Believing she is destitute, Tillie (Marie Dressler) on her first day at her job waiting tables when Charlie (Charles Chaplin), who fleeced her, and girlfriend (Mabel Normand) show up, in Hollywood's first comedy feature, Tillie's Punctured Romance, 1914, produced and directed by Mack Sennett.
Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914) -- (Movie Clip) Our Home Reunited with her con-man boyfriend Charlie (Chaplin), Marie Dressler (as "Tillie") in a famous scene in the house she believes she's inherited, in Mack Sennett's Tillie's Punctured Romance, 1914.
Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914) -- (Movie Clip) The Girl He Left Behind Having seduced frumpy heiress Tillie (Marie Dressler) away from her tyrannical father, big city con-man Charlie (Charles Chaplin) panics when his pre-existing girlfriend (Mabel Normand) turns up, in Mack Sennett's original Tillie's Punctured Romance, 1914,