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List of Cecil B. DeMille Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Sunset Blvd. (1950)
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Sunset Blvd.
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Norma Desmond, a faded silent film star living a reclusive life, is desperate to make a comeback and hires small-time screenwriter Joe to improve the script she is preparing. She convinces him to move into her Sunset Boulevard mansion, but erupts into a violent rage after he falls for young script reader Betty.

Directed By:
2. The Ten Commandments (1956)
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The Ten Commandments
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Infant Moses, set adrift in Nile to escape slaughter of first-born Hebrew males, is raised by Pharaoh Sethi’s sister and is disliked by Prince Ramses II. After discovering his Hebrew origins, he is banished from Egypt. As his divine mission is revealed, Moses returns to Egypt to liberate enslaved Hebrews and leads them to Mount Sinai where he receives God’s Ten Commandments.

Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
3. Something to Think About (1920)
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Something to Think About
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2

This is a silent drama film, highlighting David Markely’s unselfish love for Ruth, a blacksmith daughter.  Rich, but cripple, he has always loved her and has financed her education. Later, howeve,r she runs away with a city worker and when he dies in a subway accident returns home pregnant with his child. Will David now come to her rescue? 

Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Claire McDowell, Theodore Roberts, Monte Blue, Elliott Dexter
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
4. Glamour Boy (1941)
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Glamour Boy
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2
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Walter Abel, Ann Gillis, Susanna Foster
Directed By:
Ralph Murphy, Ted Tetzlaff
5. Male and Female (1919)
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Male and Female
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3
Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Theodore Roberts, Raymond Hatton, Robert Cain, Thomas Meighan
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
6. Why Change Your Wife? (1920)
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Why Change Your Wife?
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2
Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Bebe Daniels, Thomas Meighan, Sylvia Ashton, Theodore Kosloff
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
7. The Affairs of Anatol (1921)
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2
The Affairs of Anatol
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2
Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Wallace Reid, Theodore Roberts, Elliott Dexter, Wanda Hawley
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
8. Don't Change Your Husband (1919)
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Don't Change Your Husband
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2
Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Theodore Roberts, Elliott Dexter, Sylvia Ashton, Lew Cody
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
9. For Better, for Worse (1919)
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2
For Better, for Worse
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2

Dr. Edward Meade and his friend Richard Burton are both suitors for the hand of Sylvia Norcross. Richard leaves to join World War I, but Edward stays behind to take care of orphans. Sylvia marries Richard just before he leaves. When Richard is presumed dead in the war, she and Edward reconcile, but then Richard returns. 

Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Raymond Hatton, Tom Forman, Elliott Dexter, Sylvia Ashton
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
10. The Cruise of the Jasper B (1926)
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The Cruise of the Jasper B
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2
Starring:
Mildred Harris, Jack Ackroyd, Rod La Rocque, Snitz Edwards, Otto Lederer
Directed By:
James W. Horne
11. Manslaughter (1922)
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Manslaughter
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Manslaughter is a drama film, which revolves around a rich society girl and her fiancé. When the former causes the death of a policeman, the latter prosecutes her and sends her to prison. Though she manages to reform herself in prison, her ex-fiancé becomes a wasted alcoholic. 

Starring:
Thomas Meighan, George Fawcett, Leatrice Joy, Lois Wilson, John Miltern
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
12. Saturday Night (1922)
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Saturday Night
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2

Although engaged to a socialite named Richard, Iris gets married to her chauffer Tom, who was secretly in love with her. Meanwhile, Richard falls for Shamrock, a poor laundress, after meeting her, when she comes to deliver laundry at his house. Richard decides to marry Shamrock, but soon, class differences begin to cause problems in both relationships.

Starring:
Conrad Nagel, Leatrice Joy, Julia Faye, Edith Roberts, Jack Mower
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
13. Union Pacific (1939)
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Union Pacific
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Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Anthony Quinn, Akim Tamiroff, Joel McCrea, Lynne Overman, Robert Preston
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
14. The Golden Bed (1925)
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The Golden Bed
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2
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Theodore Kosloff, Vera Reynolds, Rod La Rocque, Lillian Rich
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
15. The King of Kings (1927)
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The King of Kings
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3
Starring:
H.B. Warner, James Neill, Dorothy Cumming, Joseph Schildkraut, Ernest Torrence
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
16. The Godless Girl (1929)
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The Godless Girl
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2

When fight erupts between two groups led by Judith, a young atheist girl, and Bob, a devout Christian boy, they are sent to a reform school. Eventually the two fall in love and escape into the countryside, where Judith finds her faith in God. Known as Cecil B. DeMille's last completely silent movie, it also portrays the pathetic condition of the reform schools of that era.

Starring:
Marie Prevost, Noah Beery, Eddie Quillan, Lina Basquette, Tom Keene
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
17. Brewster's Millions (1914)
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2
Brewster's Millions
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2
Starring:
Mabel Van Buren, Edward Abeles, Joseph Singleton, Sydney Deane, Miss Bartholomew
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille, Oscar Apfel
18. The War of the Worlds (1953)
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The War of the Worlds
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While an alien invasion threatens the future of the human race, an American man Ray Ferrier struggles to survive the catastrophic nightmare, along with his family.   

Starring:
Carolyn Jones, Paul Frees, Gene Barry, Robert Cornthwaite, Sandro Giglio
Directed By:
Byron Haskin
19. The Ten Commandments (1923)
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The Ten Commandments
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2
Starring:
Theodore Roberts, Estelle Taylor, Julia Faye, Charles de Rochefort, Pat Moore
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
20. Unconquered (1947)
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Unconquered
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2
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Paulette Goddard, Lloyd Bridges, Eddie Albert, Boris Karloff, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
21. Dynamite (1929)
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Dynamite
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Coal miner Hagon is sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit. Worried that his sister will be left alone after his execution, he puts out an advertisement, offering his body for $10,000. Cynthia on the other hand must marry within a month if she wants to inherit her grandfather’s fortune; but cannot marry her man unless she pays his wife $100,000. 

Starring:
Conrad Nagel, Julia Faye, Kay Johnson, Charles Bickford, Joel McCrea
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
22. Fool's Paradise (1921)
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2
Fool's Paradise
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2
Starring:
Mildred Harris, John Davidson, Dorothy Dalton, Theodore Kosloff, Conrad Nagel
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
23. The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1916)
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2
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine
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2
Starring:
Theodore Roberts, Earle Foxe, Milton Brown, Charlotte Walker, Thomas Meighan
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
24. Forbidden Fruit (1921)
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Forbidden Fruit
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2

When a guest is absent at a dinner party, Mrs Mallory asks her unhappily married seamstress Mary Maddock to take her place. Things take a turn when Mary wins the heart of Nelson Rogers, who asks her to marry him. However, she decides to stay faithful to Steve, her abusive husband.

Starring:
Kathlyn Williams, Theodore Roberts, Agnes Ayres, Forrest Stanley, Clarence Burton
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
25. The Yankee Clipper (1927)
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The Yankee Clipper
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2
Starring:
Walter Long, Elinor Fair, John Miljan, William Boyd, Frank Coghlan Jr.
Directed By:
Rupert Julian
26. The Story of Dr. Wassell (1944)
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The Story of Dr. Wassell
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The Story of Dr. Wassell is a war film inspired by the war-time activities of Dr. Corydon M Wassell during the Second World War. The film portrays how Dr. Wassell coordinates the wounded servicemen and leads them to safety, after the American forces withdraw from Java, before the Japanese invasion. 

Starring:
Victor Borge, Gary Cooper, Dennis O'Keefe, Laraine Day, Signe Hasso
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
27. Cleopatra (1934)
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Cleopatra
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2
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, David Niven, John Carradine, Warren William, Joseph Schildkraut, Ian Keith
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
28. Son of Paleface (1952)
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Son of Paleface
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Starring:
Bob Hope, Roy Rogers, Bing Crosby, Jerry Mathers, Jane Russell, Lloyd Corrigan
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
29. The Plainsman (1936)
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The Plainsman
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Starring:
Jean Arthur, Gary Cooper, Anthony Quinn, Charles Bickford, James Ellison, Helen Burgess
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
30. Walking Back (1928)
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Walking Back
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2
Starring:
Robert Edeson, Arthur Rankin, Richard Walling, Sue Carol, Jane Keckley
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille, Rupert Julian
31. The Night Club (1925)
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The Night Club
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2
Starring:
Wallace Beery, Vera Reynolds, Louise Fazenda, Raymond Griffith, William Austin
Directed By:
Paul Iribe, Frank Urson
32. Carmen (1915)
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Carmen
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Based on a novella of the same name by French author Prosper Mérimée, this silent drama film depicts the story of a gypsy girl called Carmen and how she successfully seduces Don José, an officer of the Civil Guard, to facilitate her clan’s smuggling activities.  

Starring:
Wallace Reid, Horace B. Carpenter, William Elmer, Geraldine Farrar, Pedro de Cordoba
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
33. The Road to Yesterday (1925)
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The Road to Yesterday
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2

An estranged married couple try to save their marriage by reconnecting on a road trip to a relative's funeral.

Starring:
Joseph Schildkraut, Vera Reynolds, Jetta Goudal, William Boyd, Trixie Friganza
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
34. This Day and Age (1933)
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This Day and Age
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A notorious gangster named Louis Garrett murders a local tailor, but still he walks away scot-free. Soon, a group of high school students appeal to the town’s adults, but it seems to them that the people are too cowardly to stand up against Louis. Therefore, they decide to take matters into their own hands. They try to come up with a plan to lure him out.

Starring:
John Carradine, Harry Green, Charles Bickford, Richard Cromwell, Judith Allen, Bradley Page
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
35. Samson and Delilah (1949)
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Samson and Delilah
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Delilah is a beautiful courtesan, who tries to seduce Samson, one of the strongest men of his time. Her goal is to avenge her sister’s death and to know the secret behind Samson's strength.

Starring:
Victor Mature, Hedy Lamarr, Angela Lansbury, George Reeves, George Sanders, Henry Wilcoxon
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
36. The Coming of Amos (1925)
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The Coming of Amos
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2
Starring:
Noah Beery, Arthur Hoyt, Rod La Rocque, Jetta Goudal, Richard Carle
Directed By:
Paul Sloane
37. Reap the Wild Wind (1942)
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Reap the Wild Wind
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2
Starring:
Susan Hayward, Ray Milland, John Wayne, Paulette Goddard, Raymond Massey
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
38. Star Spangled Rhythm (1942)
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Star Spangled Rhythm
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A musical made during WWII to entertain troops, raise funds and boost morale. Silent Era-Star, Billy Webster is now a gateman at Paramount studios. However, his Navy serviceman son, Johnny, thinks he is a studio executive. As Johnny is arriving with his shipmates, to preserve his illusion, Billy takes help of studio switchboard-operator, Polly, to put up a show with Hollywood’s mega-stars.

Starring:
Eva Gabor, Alan Ladd, Sterling Holloway, Fred MacMurray, Bob Hope, Ray Milland, Bing Crosby
Directed By:
George Marshall, A. Edward Sutherland
39. The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)
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The Greatest Show on Earth
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2

The Greatest Show on Earth is a drama film which revolves around the lives of a clown, an elephant trainer and trapeze artists, who work in a circus.      

Starring:
James Stewart, Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Gloria Grahame, Betty Hutton
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Picture, Golden Globe Award for Best Director
40. The Sign of the Cross (1932)
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The Sign of the Cross
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Starring:
Fredric March, Charles Laughton, John Carradine, Claudette Colbert, Ian Keith, Elissa Landi
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
41. When Worlds Collide (1951)
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When Worlds Collide
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After learning that a new planet is headed towards Earth and it is going to destroy all living beings, a group of survivalists work together to build a rocket, hoping that it will take them to a new home where they will have a chance of survival.

Starring:
Richard Derr, Paul Frees, John Hoyt, Larry Keating, Peter Hansen
Directed By:
Rudolph Maté
42. North West Mounted Police (1940)
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North West Mounted Police
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2
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Paulette Goddard, Preston Foster, Madeleine Carroll
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
43. The Crusades (1935)
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The Crusades
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King Richard of England does not wish to marry Princess Alice of France, so he agrees to be a part of the Third Crusade and embarks on a journey to the Holy Land of Jerusalem. On their way, he weds Princess Berengaria of Navarre who is later captured by Saladin, Sultan of Islam. Meanwhile, there is an internal plot to assassinate Richard too.

Starring:
Loretta Young, John Carradine, C. Aubrey Smith, Joseph Schildkraut, Ian Keith, Katherine DeMille
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
44. The Buccaneer (1938)
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The Buccaneer
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This is a semi fictional account of Jean Lafitte, the well-known French pirate and privateer operating in the Gulf of Mexico and his involvement in the War of 1812.  When the woman he loves, agrees to marry him if he gives up piracy, he sets up a trading post to sell luxury goods. But, before long his past deeds catches up with him and he has to take up arms once again. 

Starring:
Walter Brennan, Fredric March, Anthony Quinn, Margot Grahame, Akim Tamiroff
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
45. The Fighting Eagle (1927)
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2
The Fighting Eagle
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2
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Sam De Grasse, Julia Faye, Phyllis Haver, Rod La Rocque
Directed By:
Donald Crisp
46. Let 'Er Go Gallegher (1928)
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3
Let 'Er Go Gallegher
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3
Starring:
Elinor Fair, Harrison Ford, Wade Boteler, Frank Coghlan Jr., E.H. Calvert
Directed By:
Elmer Clifton
47. Madam Satan (1930)
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Madam Satan
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2

This 1930 pre-code musical comedy film tells the story of an upper class couple,  Bob and Angela Brooks. However, since Bob is unfaithful, to teach him a lesson, and to win back his love, Angela disguises herself as a mysterious devil woman aboard a magnificent ball, and tries to seduce her unknowing husband. 

Starring:
Ann Sothern, Roland Young, Kay Johnson, Lillian Roth
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
48. The Last Train from Madrid (1937)
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The Last Train from Madrid
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2

This romantic adventure war drama film revolves around seven different people living in Madrid, whose lives are affected during the Spanish Civil War. To escape the war, some of the people try to escape by train. They include a woman named Carmelita, a newsman named Bill Dexter, and a fugitive named Eduardo.

Starring:
Alan Ladd, Anthony Quinn, Gilbert Roland, Lew Ayres
Directed By:
James P. Hogan
49. White Gold (1927)
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White Gold
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2

White Gold is a silent western film which revolves around a beautiful young Mexican girl and a sheep rancher from Arizona, who get married, after which they return to the latter’s ranch, where he lives with his elderly father. The father is unable to accept the fact that his son is giving so much attention to her, which makes him dislike the girl. Therefore, he does everything that he can, to make her life as miserable as possible.  

Starring:
George Nichols, Jetta Goudal, George Bancroft, Kenneth Thomson, Bob Perry
Directed By:
William K. Howard
50. Adam's Rib (1923)
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Adam's Rib
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When Michael Ramsay is going through hard times, his wife decides to leave him. However, when he gets rich again, she returns.

Starring:
Elliott Dexter, Theodore Kosloff, Milton Sills, Anna Q. Nilsson, Pauline Garon
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
51. The Volga Boatman (1926)
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The Volga Boatman
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3

Princess Vera is betrothed to Prince Dimitri, but she finds herself falling for a boatman named Feodor. She meets him again when the Revolution occurs, and Feodor becomes a leader in the Red Army.

Starring:
Robert Edeson, Victor Varconi, Elinor Fair, Julia Faye, William Boyd
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
52. The Buccaneer (1958)
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The Buccaneer
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2

The Buccaneer is an adventure historical war film which takes us to the war of 1812, when the British forces target New Orleans. Jean Lafitte, a former pirate, is approached by the Americans, and they ask for his help in defending themselves. Lafitte agrees, as he seems to have taken a liking to the daughter of the Governor.  

Starring:
Majel Barrett, Charles Boyer, Inger Stevens, Lorne Greene, Yul Brynner, Charlton Heston, Claire Bloom
Directed By:
53. A Romance of the Redwoods (1917)
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A Romance of the Redwoods
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The silent drama follows Jenny Lawrence, a naive city girl who moves to the redwoods during the California Gold Rush to live with her uncle. But on reaching she realizes her uncle is dead and his identity has been taken up by the bandit ‘Black’ Brown. The two form an uneasy alliance that develops into a romance. 

Starring:
Mary Pickford, Charles Ogle, Raymond Hatton, Tully Marshall, Elliott Dexter
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
54. The Whispering Chorus (1918)
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The Whispering Chorus
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2

The Whispering Chorus is a silent drama film which revolves around the life of John Tremble, an impoverished cashier who steals a significant amount of money from his employer, and runs away to an isolated island. When he finds the body of a dead man, he decides to fake his own death, so that no one will come looking for him.

Starring:
Kathlyn Williams, Raymond Hatton, Edythe Chapman, Elliott Dexter, Noah Beery
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
55. The Golden Chance (1915)
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The Golden Chance
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2

The Golden Chance is a silent romantic drama film which tells the story of Mary Denby, a woman who is forced to start working as a seamstress after her husband Steve starts wasting his money on booze. She is soon forced to become an escort to a millionaire Roger Manning, but her husband learns about this, and tries to blackmail him.  

Starring:
Wallace Reid, Horace B. Carpenter, Ernest Joy, Cleo Ridgely, Edythe Chapman
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
56. Old Wives for New (1918)
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Old Wives for New
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Charles Murdock is not happy with his unattractive wife. While on a hunting trip, he meets a girl Juliet and falls for her. However, when his wife finds out, she becomes enraged. Shortly after, when Juliet’s name gets connected to a scandal due to a false report, Murdock decides to come to her rescue.

Starring:
Theodore Roberts, Elliott Dexter, Sylvia Ashton, Florence Vidor, Wanda Hawley
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
57. The Captive (1915)
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The Captive
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2

The Captive is a romantic drama war film which tells the story of a young woman named Sonia Martinovitch, who lives in a small farm, during the midst of the Balkan Wars. When her older brother Marco is killed in war, Sonia and her younger brother Milo is left helpless. Meanwhile, a Turkish nobleman by the name of Mahmud Hassan is taken captive, and is sent to work in Sonia’s farm.

Starring:
Jeanie Macpherson, Blanche Sweet, House Peters, Gerald Ward, Page Peters
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
58. The Cheat (1915)
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2
The Cheat
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2
Starring:
Sessue Hayakawa, Fannie Ward, Jack Dean, James Neill, Yutaka Abe
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
59. The Little American (1917)
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The Little American
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In 1914, Angela travels to France to bring her aunt back to USA. But reaching home she finds her dead and instead of fleeing decides to nurse the wounded French soldiers. Shortly, the Germans occupy the area, killing and raping civilians. Among all this, she is reunited with her German American boyfriend Karl, who has been drafted in the German army.   

Starring:
Mary Pickford, Hobart Bosworth, Walter Long, Wallace Beery, Raymond Hatton
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille, Joseph Levering
60. Joan the Woman (1916)
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2
Joan the Woman
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2

Joan the Woman is a silent drama film, which tells the story of an English officer during the World War I, who receives inspiration through a vision of Joan of Arc on the night before a dangerous mission. 

Starring:
Hobart Bosworth, Wallace Reid, Theodore Roberts, Geraldine Farrar, Raymond Hatton
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
61. The Squaw Man (1931)
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The Squaw Man
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Captain James Wingate’s reputation is ruined, shortly after which he comes to the American West. He marries an American Indian girl, after he saves her life, and they settle down in Montana. However, his past returns soon, to haunt him.

Starring:
Roland Young, Eleanor Boardman, Warner Baxter, Lupe Velez, Charles Bickford
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
62. The Woman God Forgot (1917)
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2
The Woman God Forgot
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2
Starring:
Hobart Bosworth, Wallace Reid, Walter Long, Raymond Hatton, Theodore Kosloff
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
63. Four Frightened People (1934)
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Four Frightened People
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Two men and two women escape from a plague-infested ship to land at the edge of a Malayan jungle. To reach safety, they now need to trek through the tropical forested, inhabited by a native tribe. As they start experiencing the different natural phenomena and begin to interact with the natives their personalities too begin to change. 

Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Herbert Marshall, William Gargan, Leo Carrillo, Mary Boland
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
64. Kindling (1915)
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2
Kindling
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2
Starring:
William Elmer, Raymond Hatton, Mrs. Lewis McCord, Charlotte Walker, Thomas Meighan
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
65. The Squaw Man (1914)
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The Squaw Man
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2

James Wynnegate is falsely implicated when his cousin, Henry, embezzles money. James manages to escape to Wyoming, where he rescues Native American woman, Nat-U-Ritch, from outlaw, Cash Hawkin,s and marries her. Meanwhile, Henry dies and leaves a letter proclaiming James' innocence. But James and his wife are being pursued by the law for Cash’s murder. 

Starring:
Winifred Kingston, Monroe Salisbury, Dustin Farnum, Mrs. A.W. Filson
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille, Oscar Apfel
66. Hollywood Extra Girl (1935)
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2
Hollywood Extra Girl
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2
Role:
Cecil B. DeMille
Starring:
Loretta Young, Clara Kimball Young, Joseph Schildkraut, George Barbier
Directed By:
Herbert Moulton
67. The Arab (1915)
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2
The Arab
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2
Starring:
Sydney Deane, Horace B. Carpenter, William Elmer, Edgar Selwyn, Milton Brown
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
68. Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Night Life (1952)
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2
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Night Life
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2
Role:
Speaker
Starring:
Ralph Staub, Dore Schary, Dick Haymes, Anthony Dexter
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
69. The Virginian (1914)
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The Virginian
TV-G
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2
Starring:
Sydney Deane, Winifred Kingston, Jack W. Johnston, Dustin Farnum, William Elmer
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
70. The Call of the North (1914)
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2
The Call of the North
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2
Starring:
Robert Edeson, Theodore Roberts, Winifred Kingston, Horace B. Carpenter, Florence Dagmar
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille, Oscar Apfel
71. Free and Easy (1930)
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Free and Easy
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After winning a beauty contest, Elvira Plunkett, with her mother and besotted manager, Elmer Butts, travels to Hollywood. During the journey, they meet film-star Larry Mitchell who takes a liking to Elvira and assists her around Hollywood. Trying to help Elvira, Elmer blunders through movie sets, but manages to get a part for himself. Finally, which lucky guy will win Elvira’s heart?

Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Buster Keaton, Anita Page, Trixie Friganza, Robert Montgomery, Fred Niblo
Directed By:
Edward Sedgwick
72. The Girl of the Golden West (1915)
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2
The Girl of the Golden West
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2
Starring:
Mabel Van Buren, House Peters, Sydney Deane, Theodore Roberts, Anita King
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
73. The Buster Keaton Story (1957)
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The Buster Keaton Story
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1

Stepping out of family vaudeville act, Buster Keaton starts with bit roles in films, and soon gains popularity with his own films. Casting director Gloria Brent falls for him, but he adores film-star Peggy Courtney, whose rejection drives him to drinking. His career suffers with advent of talkies, worsening his alcoholism. Now only Gloria’s love can bring him back to his comedy.

Starring:
Peter Lorre, Donald O'Connor, Ann Blyth, Rhonda Fleming
Directed By:
74. The Squaw Man (1918)
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The Squaw Man
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1
Starring:
Theodore Roberts, Elliott Dexter, Jack Holt, Ann Little, Katherine MacDonald
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
75. The Dressmaker from Paris (1925)
11
2
The Dressmaker from Paris
11
2
Starring:
Mildred Harris, Leatrice Joy, Allan Forrest, Lawrence Gray, Ernest Torrence
Directed By:
Paul Bern
76. Maria Rosa (1916)
11
2
Maria Rosa
11
2
Starring:
Wallace Reid, Geraldine Farrar, Pedro de Cordoba, James Neill, Ernest Joy
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
77. Her Man o' War (1926)
10
2
Her Man o' War
10
2
Starring:
Grace Darmond, Jetta Goudal, William Boyd, Jimmie Adams, Kay Deslys
Directed By:
Frank Urson
78. What's His Name (1914)
9
2
What's His Name
9
2
Starring:
Sydney Deane, Max Figman, Merta Carpenter, Lolita Robertson, Richard L'Estrange
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
79. The Heart of Nora Flynn (1916)
8
2
The Heart of Nora Flynn
8
2
Starring:
Ernest Joy, Elliott Dexter, Marie Doro, Lola May, Billy Jacobs
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
80. The Warrens of Virginia (1915)
8
2
The Warrens of Virginia
8
2
Starring:
Blanche Sweet, Mabel Van Buren, House Peters, Page Peters, James Neill
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
81. Triumph (1924)
8
2
Triumph
8
2
Starring:
Charles Ogle, Theodore Kosloff, Victor Varconi, Leatrice Joy, Rod La Rocque
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
82. Till I Come Back to You (1918)
7
1
Till I Come Back to You
7
1
Starring:
Bryant Washburn, Winter Hall, Florence Vidor, Gustav von Seyffertitz, George Stone
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
83. Rose of the Rancho (1914)
6
1
Rose of the Rancho
6
1
Starring:
Monroe Salisbury, Jane Darwell, Dick La Reno, Bessie Barriscale, Jack W. Johnston
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
84. The Ghost Breaker (1914)
6
1
The Ghost Breaker
6
1
Starring:
Theodore Roberts, Jode Mullally, H.B. Warner, Rita Stanwood, Betty Johnson
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille, Oscar Apfel
85. Chimmie Fadden Out West (1915)
6
1
Chimmie Fadden Out West
6
1
Starring:
Victor Moore, Raymond Hatton, Mrs. Lewis McCord, Ernest Joy, Camille Astor
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille
86. After Five (1915)
7
1
After Five
7
1
Starring:
Sessue Hayakawa, Edward Abeles, Theodore Roberts, Jane Darwell, Betty Schade
Directed By:
Cecil B. DeMille, Oscar Apfel

Cecil B. DeMille Awards

Academy Awards
The Greatest Show on Earth Best Picture 1953
Golden Globe Awards
The Greatest Show on Earth Best Director 1953