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List of Lionel Barrymore Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. National Red Cross Pageant (1917)
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3
National Red Cross Pageant
13
3
Starring:
John Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Edith Wynne Matthison, Douglas Wood
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
2. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
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3
It's a Wonderful Life
17
3

A holiday classic, It's a Wonderful Life is a feel-good movie that centers around a man, George Bailey, who broken down by the troubles of life wishes that he was never born. An angel appears to show him how the life of the people around him would have been if that was true and how he is loved by all.

Role:
Mr. Potter
Starring:
James Stewart, Donna Reed, Carl Switzer, Thomas Mitchell, Henry Travers
Directed By:
Frank Capra
3. His Glorious Night (1929)
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3
His Glorious Night
13
3
Starring:
Nance O'Neil, Gustav von Seyffertitz, John Gilbert, Hedda Hopper, Catherine Dale Owen
Directed By:
Lionel Barrymore
4. Alias Jimmy Valentine (1928)
12
2
Alias Jimmy Valentine
12
2
Role:
Doyle
Starring:
Tully Marshall, William Haines, Leila Hyams, Karl Dane
Directed By:
Jack Conway
5. On Borrowed Time (1939)
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4
On Borrowed Time
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4
Role:
Julian Northrup - Gramps
Starring:
Una Merkel, Beulah Bondi, Cedric Hardwicke, Bobs Watson
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
6. You Can't Take It with You (1938)
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3
You Can't Take It with You
15
3

This Academy award-winning film features Tony Kirby, son of the snobbish Kirby family and his fiancée, stenographer Alice Sycamore, who hails from a friendly, eccentric family. When the two families meet, the pretentious Kirbys makes their disapproval very clear. Kirby Sr. is buying all properties to expand his business for the biggest possible deal, but Alice’s Grandpa Vanderof is holding out, adding to the existing clash. 

Role:
Martin Vanderhof
Starring:
Jean Arthur, James Stewart, Edward Arnold, Mischa Auer
Directed By:
Frank Capra
7. Captains Courageous (1937)
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3
Captains Courageous
TV-G
15
3

During the 1920s, a spoilt young man onboard an ocean liner falls into the sea by accident due to a prank. Luckily, he is picked up by a fishing boat. Now, he has no option but to adapt to the ways of the fishermen, if he wants to survive.  

Role:
Disko
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney, John Carradine, Melvyn Douglas, Charley Grapewin
Directed By:
8. Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925)
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2
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
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2

Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ is an adventure romantic drama film which tells the story of Ben-Hur, a wealthy young Jewish prince, who is a friend fo the powerful Roman tribune, Messala. Ben-Hur’s life gets ugly when an accident and a false accusation leads him to getting arrested falsely. Instead of helping him, Messala, who has now become arrogant and corrupt, makes sure that Be-Hur is jailed and separated from the rest of his family.  

Directed By:
Fred Niblo, Charles Brabin, Christy Cabanne, J.J. Cohn, Rex Ingram
9. Key Largo (1948)
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2
Key Largo
14
2

Key Largo is an action crime drama film which tells the story of Army veteran, Frank McCloud, who arrives at the Hotel Largo in Key Largo, Florida, in order to visit his deceased war comrade’s family, who owns the hotel. He sees that a gangster has been running things, but soon, a hurricane approaches as well. 

Role:
James Temple
Directed By:
10. Sadie Thompson (1928)
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2
Sadie Thompson
13
2
Role:
Alfred Davidson
Starring:
Gloria Swanson, James A. Marcus, Charles Lane, Blanche Friderici
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
11. Dinner at Eight (1933)
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2
Dinner at Eight
13
2

The happiness of Millicent Jordan knows no bounds when she receives word that Lord and Lady Ferncliffe, the richest couple in England, have accepted an invitation to their dinner party. However, meanwhile, her husband Oliver is struggling with his health, and he is also worried because someone is trying to buy up the stock in his shipping business. He decides to get help from Dan Packard, a businessman, and asks his wife to invite him to the party as well, against her wishes.

Role:
Oliver Jordan
Starring:
Jean Harlow, John Barrymore, Wallace Beery, Marie Dressler
Directed By:
12. Wildfire (1915)
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2
Wildfire
13
2
Role:
John Keefe
Starring:
William C. Chamberlin, James J. Gorman, Riley Hatch, James J. Jeffrey
Directed By:
Edwin Middleton
13. The Paris Hat (1908)
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2
The Paris Hat
12
2
14. Broken Lullaby (1932)
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2
Broken Lullaby
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2
Role:
Dr. H. Holderlin
Starring:
Lucien Littlefield, Nancy Carroll, Phillips Holmes, Louise Carter
Directed By:
Ernst Lubitsch
15. Grand Hotel (1932)
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2
Grand Hotel
14
2

This film revolves around the stories of a few individuals who are completely different from each other. The only thing common about them is that they are staying at the same hotel in Berlin.

Role:
Otto Kringelein
Starring:
Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, John Barrymore, Wallace Beery
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
16. Since You Went Away (1944)
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2
Since You Went Away
14
2
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Keenan Wynn, Dorothy Dandridge, Claudette Colbert, Agnes Moorehead, Hattie McDaniel, Alla Nazimova
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline, Tay Garnett, John Cromwell
17. Redemption (1930)
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2
Redemption
12
2
Starring:
Claire McDowell, John Gilbert, Conrad Nagel, Renée Adorée, Eleanor Boardman
Directed By:
Lionel Barrymore, Fred Niblo
18. Camille (1936)
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2
Camille
12
2

Marguerite Gautier is a well-known courtesan living in 19th century Paris. When she is looking for her new client Baron de Varville, she mistakes another man named Armand to be the Baron. Although she finds him quite charming, she later accepts the Baron without hesitation. She begins living a lavish life, but over time, her health continues to decline, and she finds herself trying to choose between Armand and the wealthy baron.

Role:
Monsieur Duval
Starring:
Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor, Jessie Ralph, Elizabeth Allan
Directed By:
19. David Copperfield (1935)
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2
David Copperfield
12
2
Starring:
W. C. Fields, Elsa Lanchester, W.C. Fields, Harry Beresford, Edna May Oliver, Elizabeth Allan
Directed By:
20. Down to the Sea in Ships (1949)
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2
Down to the Sea in Ships
12
2

Aging Captain Bering Joy is about to be replaced by First Mate, Dan Lunceford. In order to prove the ship’s owners wrong, Bering goes on one last whaling mission and brings his grandson Jed along with him. Though he initially resents Dan, disaster during the voyage forces the rivals to unite.  

Role:
Capt. Bering Joy
Starring:
Richard Widmark, Gene Lockhart, Cecil Kellaway, Dean Stockwell
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
21. The Valley of Decision (1945)
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2
The Valley of Decision
12
2
Role:
Pat Rafferty
Starring:
Greer Garson, Gregory Peck, Jessica Tandy, Donald Crisp, Preston Foster
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
22. West of Zanzibar (1928)
12
2
West of Zanzibar
TV-G
12
2
Role:
Crane
Starring:
Lon Chaney, Warner Baxter, Jacqueline Gadsdon, Mary Nolan
Directed By:
Tod Browning
23. Treasure Island (1934)
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2
Treasure Island
TV-G
13
2
Role:
Billy Bones
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Wallace Beery, Lewis Stone, Otto Kruger
Directed By:
24. The Stars Look Down (1940)
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2
The Stars Look Down
12
2

Davey Fenwick leaves his mining village to study, hoping that he can return one day to support the miners against the owners. However, things don’t go as expected, when he falls for a woman named Jenny, who gets him to marry her and return home before finishing his college. He begins to work as a local schoolteacher, but he is unhappy with his life, as well as the plight of the miners. Eventually, he decides to take action.  

Starring:
Allan Jeayes, Emlyn Williams, Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave
Directed By:
Carol Reed
25. Guilty Hands (1931)
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2
Guilty Hands
12
2

While on a visit to the isolated estate of his wealthy client, lawyer Richard Grant finds that his daughter is all set to marry the wealthy client. Knowing that he is a womanizer and much older to his daughter, Grant first tries to dissuade her and when he fails, murders the other man, making it appear like a suicide. But will he really be able to get away? 

Role:
Richard Grant
Starring:
C. Aubrey Smith, William Bakewell, Kay Francis, Madge Evans
Directed By:
Lionel Barrymore, W.S. Van Dyke
26. Judith of Bethulia (1914)
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2
Judith of Bethulia
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2
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
27. The Little Colonel (1935)
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2
The Little Colonel
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2
Role:
Colonel Lloyd
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Hattie McDaniel, Evelyn Venable, John Lodge, Sidney Blackmer
Directed By:
David Butler
28. Looking Forward (1933)
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2
Looking Forward
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2
Role:
Tim Benton
Starring:
Lewis Stone, Phillips Holmes, Elizabeth Allan, Benita Hume
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
29. The Devil-Doll (1936)
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2
The Devil-Doll
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2
Role:
Paul Lavond
Starring:
Frank Lawton, Maureen O'Sullivan, Robert Greig, Rafaela Ottiano
Directed By:
Tod Browning
30. The Last Will and Testament of Tom Smith (1943)
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2
The Last Will and Testament of Tom Smith
12
2
Role:
Gramps
Starring:
George Reeves, Fred MacMurray, Walter Brennan, Walter Abel
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
31. Christopher Bean (1933)
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2
Christopher Bean
12
2
Role:
Dr. Milton Haggett
Starring:
Marie Dressler, Russell Hardie, Helen Mack, Beulah Bondi
Directed By:
Sam Wood
32. The Voice of Bugle Ann (1936)
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2
The Voice of Bugle Ann
13
2
Role:
Spring Davis
Starring:
Maureen O'Sullivan, Dudley Digges, Eric Linden, Spring Byington
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
33. The Temptress (1926)
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2
The Temptress
12
2

Manuel Robledo falls in love with the mysterious Elena at a masquerade ball and gives her a ring, but finds out the next day that she is married to his friend Marques De Torre Bianca. Heartbroken, he leaves but fate brings the three together again with tragic consequences, in Argentina. 

Role:
Canterac
Starring:
Greta Garbo, Antonio Moreno, Marc McDermott, Armand Kaliz
Directed By:
Fred Niblo, Mauritz Stiller
34. Arsène Lupin (1932)
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2
Arsène Lupin
12
2

The elite society of Paris is intimidated by a bold thief known by the name of Arsene Lupin, who continues to rob them of their precious possessions. The scandal creates a fear in the city. But Detective Guerchard of French Police is certain of the mysterious thief’s identity, and is also confident of how he is going to apprehend the thief.

Role:
Guerchard
Starring:
John Barrymore, Tully Marshall, John Miljan, Karen Morley
Directed By:
Jack Conway
35. Ah Wilderness! (1935)
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2
Ah Wilderness!
11
2

Idealist Richard Miller, when chosen as the valedictorian of his high school, decides to express his anti-capitalist thoughts in his speech. But as his father gets the wind of it, he stops Richard in time. His girl, Muriel, is forbidden by her father from meeting him. Heartbroken, he ends up drinking in local bar. Will he find a reason to smile again?

Role:
Nat Miller
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Spring Byington, Wallace Beery, Eric Linden
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
36. The Show (1927)
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2
The Show
12
2
Role:
The Greek
Starring:
Edward Connelly, John Gilbert, Renée Adorée, Gertrude Short
Directed By:
Tod Browning
37. The Road to Glory (1936)
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2
The Road to Glory
12
2

The Road to Glory is a war drama film, which takes us to France, during the time of the First World War. It tells the story of a love triangle, which develops between a French commander who cares more for strategy than his soldiers, a free-thinking officer who is appalled by the decisions of his superior, and a nurse with whom both men fall in love.   

Role:
Papa La Roche / Pvt. Morin
Starring:
Fredric March, Warner Baxter, Gregory Ratoff, June Lang
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
38. The Stranger's Return (1933)
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2
The Stranger's Return
12
2

A recently divorced New Yorker leaves the city to join her 85 years old grandfather at his Iowa farm. Although he welcomes her, a number of distant relatives, who have been living on the farm since long, are not at all happy to see her and become especially alarmed when the old man starts showing preference to her.  

Role:
Grandpa Storr
Starring:
Miriam Hopkins, Stuart Erwin, Franchot Tone, Irene Hervey
Directed By:
39. A Guy Named Joe (1943)
12
2
A Guy Named Joe
TV-G
12
2
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Blake Edwards, Spencer Tracy, James Gleason, Ward Bond
Directed By:
40. A Family Affair (1937)
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2
A Family Affair
12
2

Judge Hardy, who wishes to be re-elected, faces opposition from town’s people as he takes objection to the construction of an aqueduct. On home-front, his elder daughter returns after separating from husband, and younger daughter, who is dating the aqueduct-project’s engineer, wants to know the reason for his objection to project. The town’s powerful people and local newspaper publisher, demand Hardy’s impeachment. 

Role:
Judge James K. Hardy
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Eric Linden, Cecilia Parker, Charley Grapewin
Directed By:
George B. Seitz
41. Duel in the Sun (1946)
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2
Duel in the Sun
12
2

After her father is executed for shooting his wife and her lover, a half Native-American girl named Pearl, is sent to live with distant relatives in Texas. Although she is welcomed, she is met with hostility from the ranch-owner. She soon attracts the attention of Lewt, son of the ranch owner, who is lustful and unruly, but despite this, Pearl finds herself drawn physically to him as well.

Role:
Sen. Jackson McCanles
Starring:
Orson Welles, Walter Huston, Gregory Peck, Lillian Gish, Joseph Cotten, Herbert Marshall
Directed By:
42. Carolina (1934)
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2
Carolina
12
2
Role:
Bob Connelly
Starring:
Stepin Fetchit, Shirley Temple, Janet Gaynor, Richard Cromwell
Directed By:
Henry King
43. Test Pilot (1938)
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2
Test Pilot
12
2

Jim Lane is a test pilot, who lives a very dangerous life. During one of his flights, he is forced to make an emergency landing on a farmer’s field in Kansas. The farm belongs to the Barton family, and he meets and falls for their daughter Ann Barton. They impulsively decide to get married and to live in New York. However, Ann is upset by the fact that Jim always puts his work before her. She also begins to fear that she will become a widow, due to the dangerous nature of his work. 

Role:
Howard B. Drake
Starring:
Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, Myrna Loy, Samuel S. Hinds
Directed By:
44. A Timely Interception (1913)
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2
A Timely Interception
12
2
Role:
The Farmer's Brother
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, W. Chrystie Miller, Joseph McDermott
Directed By:
45. Young Dr. Kildare (1938)
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2
Young Dr. Kildare
12
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Nat Pendleton, Lynne Carver, Jo Ann Sayers
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
46. One Man's Journey (1933)
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2
One Man's Journey
11
2
Role:
Eli Watt
Starring:
May Robson, Joel McCrea, Dorothy Jordan, Frances Dee
Directed By:
John S. Robertson
47. Tennessee Johnson (1942)
11
2
Tennessee Johnson
11
2
Role:
Thaddeus Stevens
Starring:
Regis Toomey, Ruth Hussey, Marjorie Main, Van Heflin
Directed By:
William Dieterle
48. Navy Blue and Gold (1937)
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2
Navy Blue and Gold
11
2

Navy, Blue and Gold is a sports drama film, which tells the story of three young men, who share a common fondness for football. They become roommates at a US Naval Academy. However, one of them is hiding his identity as the son of an unfairly disgraced ex-Navy soldier.  

Role:
Capt. 'Skinny' Dawes
Starring:
James Stewart, Billie Burke, Florence Rice, Robert Young
Directed By:
Sam Wood
49. Public Hero Number 1 (1935)
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2
Public Hero Number 1
11
2

In order to infiltrate a gang, a FBI agent helps the leader of the group to escape from prison in order to gain his trust.  

Role:
Doctor Josiah Glass
Starring:
Jean Arthur, Paul Kelly, Chester Morris, Joseph Calleia
Directed By:
J. Walter Ruben
50. Sweepings (1933)
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2
Sweepings
11
2

Following Chicago’s great fire, Daniel Pardway starts a store which he builds in a huge departmental store. After his wife’s death, Daniel raises his children and provides them with everything. Later, when his children are grown-up, he wishes that his sons would take over the business. But when he finds them either uninterested or incapable of the responsibility, Daniel is left heartbroken.

Role:
Daniel Pardway
Starring:
Gloria Stuart, Alan Dinehart, Eric Linden, William Gargan
Directed By:
John Cromwell
51. A Yank at Oxford (1938)
11
2
A Yank at Oxford
11
2

Brash young American athlete Lee Sheridan wins a scholarship to Cardinal College, Oxford University. But his bragging nature immediately alienates everyone including Paul Beaumont and the Dean. Things get complicated when he falls in love with Paul’s sister Molly and unwittingly ends up being expelled from college. 

Role:
Dan Sheridan
Starring:
Richard Todd, Vivien Leigh, Robert Taylor, Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O'Sullivan
Directed By:
Jack Conway
52. The Girl from Missouri (1934)
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2
The Girl from Missouri
11
2

Eadie Chapman leaves Missouri to find a wealthy man to marry. Later she garners the attention of Frank Cousins and he offers her expensive gifts. Frank commits suicide due to bankruptcy and Eadie, a suspect is rescued by T.R. When T.R.’s son falls in love with Eadie, T.R. turns on Eadie. 

Role:
Thomas Randall Paige
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Franchot Tone, Lewis Stone, Patsy Kelly
Directed By:
Jack Conway, Sam Wood
53. Malaya (1949)
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2
Malaya
11
2

Right after the USA enters World War II, reporter John Royer secures the release of and enlists the help of his friend Carnaghan to smuggle much-needed rubber out of Japanese controlled Malaya. With a dangerous Japanese commander Tomura in pursuit, Royer and Carnaghan involve an old associate The Dutchman to help them.

Starring:
James Stewart, Spencer Tracy, John Hodiak, Sydney Greenstreet, Valentina Cortese
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
54. Rasputin and the Empress (1932)
11
2
Rasputin and the Empress
11
2

Desperate to cure her hemophilic son Prince Alexei, Czarina Alexandra, resorts to the healer and mystic Rasputin to save him. Although it seems that Rasputin is initially curing the Prince, he conspires to bring about the downfall of the Russian Empire under Czar Nicholas II. Only Prince Paul Chegodieff stands in his way. 

Role:
Grigori Yefimovitch Rasputin
Starring:
Ethel Barrymore, John Barrymore, Tad Alexander, Ralph Morgan
Directed By:
Charles Brabin, Richard Boleslawski
55. Three Wise Fools (1946)
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2
Three Wise Fools
11
2
Role:
Dr. Richard Gaunght
Starring:
Lewis Stone, Edward Arnold, Thomas Mitchell, Margaret O'Brien
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
56. Mata Hari (1931)
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2
Mata Hari
11
2

Mata Hari is a drama film which takes us to the time of the First World War, and revolves around a German spy in Paris named Mata Hari. She seduces a Russian general named Rubin, and is now after Lieutenant Rosanov, a young officer, hoping to get her hands on certain secret documents in his possession. However, the secret police is looking for her as well, and only waiting for enough evidence for an arrest.

Role:
General Serge Shubin
Starring:
Greta Garbo, Lewis Stone, Ramon Novarro, C. Henry Gordon
Directed By:
George Fitzmaurice
57. A Free Soul (1931)
11
2
A Free Soul
TV-PG
11
2

Stephen Ashe is an alcoholic lawyer who defends a notorious gambler named Ace who was the accused in a murder case. Meanwhile, his daughter Jan Ashe, who has just broken her engagement to polo player Dwight Winthrop finds herself attracted to Ace, and they begin a relationship. Stephen obviously doesn’t approve of this relationship and tries to break it off.

Role:
Stephen Ashe
Starring:
Norma Shearer, Clark Gable, Leslie Howard, James Gleason
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
58. The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912)
10
2
The Musketeers of Pig Alley
10
2
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Clara T. Bracy, Alfred Paget, Elmer Booth, Walter Miller
Directed By:
59. The Christmas Party (1931)
12
2
The Christmas Party
12
2

The Christmas Party is a short drama film, which tells the story of Jackie, who is willing to throw a Christmas party for his friends on his football team. However, he is unsure how to begin working on it, and therefore, has to take help.

Role:
Lionel Barrymore (uncredited)
Starring:
Jimmy Durante, Norma Shearer, Jackie Cooper, Clark Gable, Wallace Beery, Marion Davies
Directed By:
Charles Reisner
60. Ten Cents a Dance (1931)
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2
Ten Cents a Dance
11
2

Barbara is a beautiful taxi dancer at a city dance hall. One day, she is hired by wealthy Bradley Carlton, who later invites her to dinner and agrees to give a job to her unemployed neighbor Eddie when she asks for it. Later she realizes that she is in love with Eddie and decides to quit her job to marry him. But is Eddie the right person for her? 

Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Ricardo Cortez, Monroe Owsley, Blanche Friderici, Sally Blane
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell, Lionel Barrymore
61. The Secret Heart (1946)
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2
The Secret Heart
11
2

The Secret Heart is a 1946 drama film, which tells the story of Larry Adams, a brilliant pianist, who commits suicide burdened by his unpaid debts. His wife devotes her life to paying off his debts as well as raising his two children. However, Penny, who is unable to get over her father’s death, starts questioning everything concerning him. 

Role:
Dr. Rossiger
Starring:
Hume Cronyn, Claudette Colbert, Walter Pidgeon, Robert Sterling, June Allyson
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
62. The Bells (1926)
11
2
The Bells
11
2
Role:
Mathias
Starring:
Gustav von Seyffertitz, Lorimer Johnston, Eddie Phillips, Caroline Frances Cooke
Directed By:
James Young
63. The Yellow Ticket (1931)
11
2
The Yellow Ticket
11
2

Marya Kalish finds herself in a predicament. She needs to travel to St. Petersburg to visit her dying father, but to travel, she needs a yellow ticket, something which is required for a single woman to travel alone, but the ticket also suggests that she might be a sex worker. When a British reporter finds out about her plight, he decides to write about it, but it gets him in trouble with the police.  

Role:
Baron Igor Andreeff
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Walter Byron, Elissa Landi, Arnold Korff
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
64. Saratoga (1937)
11
2
Saratoga
11
2

Carol is the young daughter of a horse breeder. She is engaged to Martley Madison, but complications arise because her father owes a lot of money to a crooked gambler named Duke Bradley, who takes a liking to her.

Role:
Grandpa Clayton
Starring:
Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Hattie McDaniel, Frank Morgan, Walter Pidgeon
Directed By:
Jack Conway
65. Lady Be Good (1941)
11
2
Lady Be Good
11
2

During her second divorce hearing, singer Dixie Donegan recounts to Judge Murdock, the ups and downs of her marriage to composer Eddie Crane. After initially working together, falling in love, and getting married the two separated due to differences. They got married a second time to each other only to realize that they want different things, again. 

Role:
Judge Murdock
Starring:
Red Skelton, Ann Sothern, Robert Young, Eleanor Powell
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod, Busby Berkeley
66. The New York Hat (1912)
11
2
The New York Hat
11
2

Young Mollie Harding’s dying mother writes a letter requesting Preacher Bolton to use the money she has left to buy a ‘little finery’ for her daughter who is denied such things by her miser father. Pastor buys Mollie a fancy New York hat that she yearned for, which results in gossip and malicious rumors. Will the things be set right for Mollie?  

Role:
Preacher Bolton (minister)
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Alfred Paget, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
67. America (1924)
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2
America
11
2

During the Revolutionary War of 1770s, brutal British Captain Walter Butler takes help of the Native Americans to attack the settlers supporting the revolution. Young patriot Nathan Holden, the express rider of Lexington, Massachusetts, falls in love with aristocratic Nancy Montague, the daughter of uncompromising Tory judge Montague, who disapproves of Nathan. In such adversative conditions, the couple needs to strive hard to unite. 

Starring:
Carol Dempster, Charles Emmett Mack, Neil Hamilton, Erville Alderson
Directed By:
68. Dr. Kildare Goes Home (1940)
11
2
Dr. Kildare Goes Home
TV-G
11
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Samuel S. Hinds, Gene Lockhart, Laraine Day
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
69. The Massacre (1912)
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2
The Massacre
11
2

The Massacre is a short western war film which revolves around the massacre of an Indian village, and the retaliation that follows.

Starring:
Wilfred Lucas, Blanche Sweet, Charles West, Alfred Paget
Directed By:
70. This Side of Heaven (1934)
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2
This Side of Heaven
11
2
Role:
Martin Turner
Starring:
Una Merkel, Mae Clarke, Tom Brown, Fay Bainter
Directed By:
William K. Howard
71. The Lady and the Mouse (1913)
10
2
The Lady and the Mouse
10
2
Role:
The Father
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Henry B. Walthall, Dorothy Gish
Directed By:
72. The Informer (1912)
10
2
The Informer
10
2
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, Walter Miller
Directed By:
73. Dr. Kildare's Victory (1942)
11
2
Dr. Kildare's Victory
11
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Jean Rogers, Ann Ayars, Robert Sterling
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
74. The Exploits of Elaine (1914)
10
2
The Exploits of Elaine
10
2
Starring:
Pearl White, Arnold Daly, Creighton Hale, Raymond Owens
Directed By:
Louis J. Gasnier, George B. Seitz, Leopold Wharton
75. The Battle of Elderbush Gulch (1913)
10
2
The Battle of Elderbush Gulch
10
2

While on their way to visit their uncle in the Wild West, Sally and her sister have brought two puppies. Also traveling with them are Melissa, her husband, her newborn baby, and others. When a tribe of Native-Americans attacks them, the settlers try to fight them off. 

Starring:
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Alfred Paget, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
76. Night Flight (1933)
10
2
Night Flight
10
2

During the 1930s, a French air-mail company from South America is owned by Riviere who insists on continuing the night fights, though the heavy rains, fog and darkness over treacherous Andes peaks make it risky for the pilots. But when a young boy in Rio-de-Janeiro needs an urgent medical delivery of polio serum, the perilous night flight is the only available lifesaver. 

Role:
Insp. Robineau
Starring:
Helen Hayes, Clark Gable, John Barrymore, Robert Montgomery
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
77. Calling Dr. Kildare (1939)
11
2
Calling Dr. Kildare
11
2

Dr. James Kildare’s mentor, Dr. Gillespie, assigns him to a street clinic to gain realistic experience and stations Nurse Mary to spy on him. Kildare is called to take a bullet out of wounded Nick Lewett. Despite recognizing Nick as a murder suspect, Kildare believes in his claims of innocence and besotted with Nick’s sister Rosalie, decides to help her find real murderer.

Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Lana Turner, Laraine Day, Nat Pendleton, Lew Ayres
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
78. The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939)
11
2
The Secret of Dr. Kildare
11
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Barry Gillespie
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Lionel Atwill, Nat Pendleton, Helen Gilbert
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
79. Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day (1941)
11
2
Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day
11
2

Dr. James Kildare is getting married to Nurse Mary Lamont, the preparations for which are keeping them busy. Then a tragedy strikes leaving Kildare so devastated that he has no wish to practice medicine. His mentor, Dr. Gillespie, calls him to help with a famous conductor’s hearing problem. Kildare's successful resolution of the issue, encourages him to return to medicine. 

Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Red Skelton, Lew Ayres, Alma Kruger, Laraine Day
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
80. The People vs. Dr. Kildare (1941)
11
2
The People vs. Dr. Kildare
11
2

When Dr. Kildare finds professional ice-skater Frances Marlowe in an auto-accident, he performs an emergency operation to save her from dying of internal bleeding. Afterwards when she is unable to walk, she sues Kildare for malpractice. Though hospital administration suggests an out-of-court settlement, Kildare decides to fight the case. Now, his reputation as doctor hinges on how he diagnoses her case in court. 

Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Red Skelton, Lew Ayres, Alma Kruger, Bonita Granville
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
81. The Return of Peter Grimm (1935)
11
2
The Return of Peter Grimm
11
2
Role:
Peter Grimm
Starring:
Donald Meek, Helen Mack, Edward Ellis, George P. Breakston
Directed By:
Victor Schertzinger, George Nichols Jr.
82. The Miser's Heart (1911)
10
2
The Miser's Heart
10
2

The Miser’s Heart is a crime drama thriller short film which tells the story of an old miser who has hidden away his wealth. Thieves try to steal the money from him, but he refuses to open the safe for them. Therefore they threaten to kill a girl living in his building.  

Role:
Jules - the Thief
Starring:
Linda Arvidson, Adele DeGarde, William J. Butler, Donald Crisp
Directed By:
83. The Penalty (1941)
10
2
The Penalty
10
2
Role:
'Grandpop' Logan
Starring:
Edward Arnold, Marsha Hunt, Gene Reynolds, Robert Sterling
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
84. Dark Delusion (1947)
10
2
Dark Delusion
10
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
James Craig, Lucille Bremer, Warner Anderson, Jayne Meadows
Directed By:
Willis Goldbeck
85. Let Freedom Ring (1939)
10
2
Let Freedom Ring
10
2

Railroad owner Jim Knox wants to increase his profits, and he wants the land surrounding the railroad as well. Steve Logan, a young Harvard graduate, who is supposed to fight for the rights of the farmers, pretends to join Knox. This disappoints the people of the town, as well as Maggie, the woman who loves Steve.  

Role:
Thomas Logan
Starring:
Victor McLaglen, Virginia Bruce, Edward Arnold, Nelson Eddy
Directed By:
Jack Conway
86. Mark of the Vampire (1935)
10
2
Mark of the Vampire
10
2
Role:
Professor Zelin
Starring:
Bela Lugosi, Jean Hersholt, Elizabeth Allan, Lionel Atwill
Directed By:
Tod Browning
87. Dragon Seed (1944)
10
2
Dragon Seed
10
2

When the Japanese invade a farming village and the men of the Tan family appease the invaders to be on the safe side, a courageous young woman named Jade is determined to oppose. She learns to read and fight to build up a resistance, which in turn inspires the entire village to follow suit.

Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Agnes Moorehead, Walter Huston, Akim Tamiroff, Turhan Bey, Aline MacMahon
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet, Jack Conway
88. Death's Marathon (1913)
10
2
Death's Marathon
10
2

This is a silent short film about two business partners pursuing the same woman. One of them is fond of gambling while the other is more dependable. Charmed by the former, the woman marries him. But when he starts acquiring gambling debts and decides to commit suicide, it is his partner who races to the office to stop him. But will he make it?   

Role:
The Financial Backer
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Walter Miller
Directed By:
89. Dr. Kildare's Strange Case (1940)
10
2
Dr. Kildare's Strange Case
10
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Samuel S. Hinds, Laraine Day, Shepperd Strudwick
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
90. The Burglar's Dilemma (1912)
10
2
The Burglar's Dilemma
10
2

As a young burglar is about to enter their house, a jealous brother strikes down his sibling dead. Then he calls the police, and eventually the burglar is charged with the murder. Now the burglar thinks of a way to prove his innocence.

Role:
The Author
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Henry B. Walthall, Harry Carey
Directed By:
91. Calling Dr. Gillespie (1942)
10
2
Calling Dr. Gillespie
10
2

When a young man suffering from mental disorders suddenly goes on a killing spree, Dr Gillespie is called in to investigate.

Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Donna Reed, Phil Brown, Nat Pendleton
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
92. The House of Darkness (1913)
10
2
The House of Darkness
10
2

This short drama film revolves around a patient in a mental asylum who gets calmed after he hears the piano playing. However, shortly afterwards, he attempts to break free, and is successful. He manages to elude all his pursuers, and comes to a house where a young wife is home alone.

Role:
The Doctor
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Claire McDowell, Charles Hill Mailes, Christy Cabanne
Directed By:
93. Lone Star (1952)
9
2
Lone Star
9
2

Lone Star is a 1952 black-and-white Western film that tells the story of Devereaux Burke, a cattleman from Texas, who has to help the President of the US, to prevent the Republic of Texas from signing a treaty with Mexico. 

Role:
Andrew Jackson
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Ava Gardner, Clark Gable, Beulah Bondi
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
94. The Mysterious Island (1929)
9
2
The Mysterious Island
TV-G
9
2
Role:
Dakkar
Starring:
Montagu Love, Harry Gribbon, Lloyd Hughes, Jacqueline Gadsdon
Directed By:
Maurice Tourneur, Lucien Hubbard, Benjamin Christensen
95. Dr. Kildare's Crisis (1940)
9
2
Dr. Kildare's Crisis
TV-G
9
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Robert Young, Nat Pendleton, Laraine Day
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
96. Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant (1942)
10
2
Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant
10
2
Role:
Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Starring:
Keye Luke, Susan Peters, Van Johnson, Richard Quine
Directed By:
Willis Goldbeck
97. The Rogue Song (1930)
9
2
The Rogue Song
9
2
Starring:
Stan Laurel, Nance O'Neil, Catherine Dale Owen, Ullrich Haupt, Lawrence Tibbett
Directed By:
Lionel Barrymore, Hal Roach
98. The Washington Masquerade (1932)
10
2
The Washington Masquerade
10
2

Jeff Keane is an attorney who is nominated and elected to the US Senate, after he is able to successfully free a wrongfully convicted boy from prison. He soon meets a socialite named Consuela, and gets married to her eventually. However, his life turns upside down when he realizes that Consuela is heavily in debt. She urges Jeff to resign and join a law firm of the corrupt Alan Hinsdale.

Role:
Jeff Keane
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Nils Asther, Karen Morley, Diane Sinclair, Reginald Barlow
Directed By:
Charles Brabin
99. The Painted Lady (1912)
9
2
The Painted Lady
9
2

This is a short drama film about two sisters being raised under a strict father, who forbids them to use makeup. While the elder one adheres to all his rules, the younger one happily ignores them. Without makeup, the older one is almost ostracized, feeling lonely until one young man starts paying special attention to her. But who is he? 

Starring:
Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Blanche Sweet, Joseph Graybill, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
100. Right Cross (1950)
10
2
Right Cross
10
2

Right Cross is a 1950 sports drama film, which revolves around a Mexican boxer fighting to retain his crown as well as win enough money to marry the girl he likes.

Role:
Sean O'Malley
Starring:
Marilyn Monroe, Ricardo Montalban, June Allyson, Dick Powell, Marilyn Monroe
Directed By:
John Sturges
101. Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case (1943)
9
2
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case
9
2

Roy is a homicidal maniac who is being put away for murder, but Dr Gillespie gets him committed to an asylum instead. Sometime later, Roy’s ex-fiancee, is thinking of getting married to another man, a soldier. She goes to the doctor to ask for advice about Roy.  

Role:
Dr. Leonard B. Gillespie
Starring:
Donna Reed, Alma Kruger, Keye Luke, Van Johnson
Directed By:
Willis Goldbeck
102. The Unholy Night (1929)
9
2
The Unholy Night
9
2
Starring:
Roland Young, Ernest Torrence, Dorothy Sebastian, Natalie Moorhead, Sydney Jarvis
Directed By:
Lionel Barrymore
103. 3 Men in White (1944)
9
2
3 Men in White
9
2

Three Men in White is a drama comedy film which revolves around two young doctors Red and Lee who are competing to be the assistant of Dr Gillespie.  Therefore, they are given a test. Lee’s task is a small girl who falls ill whenever she has a candy, while Red’s task is a girl’s mother who is suffering from arthritis.

Role:
Dr. Leonard B. Gillespie
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Van Johnson, Marilyn Maxwell, Keye Luke
Directed By:
Willis Goldbeck
104. Main Street to Broadway (1953)
9
2
Main Street to Broadway
9
2

Main Street to Broadway is a musical romance film which tells the story of a playwright going through bad times, who meets a country girl, who is returning home after giving up her aspirations of becoming an actress. Hoping to find inspiration from her, he decides to follow her to her small town.  

Starring:
Rex Harrison, Henry Fonda, Agnes Moorehead, Helen Hayes, Ethel Barrymore, Clinton Sundberg
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
105. So Near, Yet So Far (1912)
9
2
So Near, Yet So Far
9
2
Role:
In Club
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Elmer Booth, Walter Miller
Directed By:
106. The Switch Tower (1913)
9
2
The Switch Tower
9
2
Role:
First Counterfeiter
Starring:
Claire McDowell, Henry B. Walthall, Charles West, Marion Emmons
Directed By:
Anthony O'Sullivan
107. Madame X (1929)
9
2
Madame X
9
2
Starring:
Eugenie Besserer, Holmes Herbert, Lewis Stone, Ruth Chatterton, Raymond Hackett
Directed By:
Lionel Barrymore
108. Should Ladies Behave (1933)
9
2
Should Ladies Behave
9
2
Role:
Augustus Merrick
Starring:
Conway Tearle, Alice Brady, Katharine Alexander, Mary Carlisle
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
109. Between Two Women (1945)
9
2
Between Two Women
9
2

Between Two Women is a drama film which tells the story of Red, who is being chased by his girlfriend, who wants to get married soon, although he is not interested in marriage.  Meanwhile, he is also trying to help a nightclub singer with a psychological disorder which doesn’t allow her to eat.

Role:
Dr. Leonard B. Gillespie
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Keye Luke, Van Johnson, Gloria DeHaven
Directed By:
Willis Goldbeck
110. The Lucky Lady (1926)
9
2
The Lucky Lady
9
2
Role:
Count Ferranzo
Starring:
Marc McDermott, Carrie Daumery, Greta Nissen, William Collier Jr.
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
111. The Bad Man (1941)
9
2
The Bad Man
9
2
Role:
Uncle Henry Jones
Starring:
Wallace Beery, Henry Travers, Laraine Day, Ronald Reagan
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
112. The White Caps (1905)
9
2
The White Caps
9
2

The White Caps is a silent drama short film which revolves around two members of a vigilante group, known as the ‘The White Caps, who decide to confront a man, who abuses his wife physically and verbally.

Role:
Abusive husband (uncredited)
Starring:
Arthur V. Johnson, John R. Cumpson, Kate Toncray
Directed By:
Edwin S. Porter, Wallace McCutcheon
113. The Primitive Man (1914)
9
2
The Primitive Man
9
2

In this short adventure film, a primitive tribe is shown to be attacked by apemen as well as menaced by several prehistoric monsters.

Starring:
Robert Harron, Wilfred Lucas, William J. Butler, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
114. Fighting Blood (1911)
9
2
Fighting Blood
9
2

An old soldier who is a staunch patriot, brings up his children with rigid military training and conducts his household with strict discipline. When his oldest boy wishes to go out and meet his sweetheart, his father commands him to stay at home. In addition, he threatens the boy that if he leaves the house, he should leave for good. The boy decides to leave anyway.

Starring:
Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, George Nichols, Francis J. Grandon
Directed By:
115. Bannerline (1951)
9
2
Bannerline
9
2
Role:
Hugo Trimble
Starring:
Lewis Stone, J. Carrol Naish, Keefe Brasselle, Sally Forrest
Directed By:
Don Weis
116. Drums of Love (1928)
9
2
Drums of Love
9
2

After learning that her father’s estate is in danger, Princess Emanuella decides to save him by getting married to Duke Cathos de Alvia. However, Cathos is a hunchback, and she actually loves Leonardo, his attractive younger brother. Cathos eventually finds out about their affair, and he stabs both his wife and his brother to death.

Role:
Duke Cathos de Alvia
Starring:
Tully Marshall, William Austin, Don Alvarado, Mary Philbin
Directed By:
117. Free and Easy (1930)
9
2
Free and Easy
9
2

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:
Buster Keaton, Cecil B. DeMille, Anita Page, Trixie Friganza, Robert Montgomery, Fred Niblo
Directed By:
Edward Sedgwick
118. The Battle (1911)
9
2
The Battle
9
2

Amalie works hard to fit in a superficial world. However, her life gets turned upside down after her rich father loses his fortune. She soon meets a street dancer, who is quite different, and helps her in becoming her true self.

Starring:
Robert Harron, Blanche Sweet, Charles West, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
119. Friends (1912)
9
2
Friends
9
2

Friends is a short silent romantic film which tells the story of two friends who are gold miners who get involved with a beautiful girl who lives above their mining camp.  

Role:
Grizzley Fallon - Dandy Jack's Friend
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Harry Carey, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
120. Wife Tamers (1926)
9
2
Wife Tamers
9
2
Role:
Mr. Barry
Starring:
Gertrude Astor, James Finlayson, Vivien Oakland, Clyde Cook
Directed By:
James W. Horne
121. The Gorgeous Hussy (1936)
9
2
The Gorgeous Hussy
9
2

This historical fiction based on Samuel Hopkins Adams 1934 novel - The Gorgeous Hussy - centres around Peggy Eaton, an inn keeper’s daughter, who works her way up and gains influence in the White House during the tenure of President Andrew Jackson. The friendship generates huge controversy and results in trouble for both.

Role:
Andrew Jackson
Starring:
Joan Crawford, James Stewart, Robert Taylor, Franchot Tone
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
122. The Sea Bat (1930)
9
2
The Sea Bat
9
2
Starring:
John Miljan, Nils Asther, Raquel Torres, Charles Bickford, George F. Marion
Directed By:
Lionel Barrymore, Wesley Ruggles
123. The Telephone Girl and the Lady (1913)
9
2
The Telephone Girl and the Lady
9
2

A telephone operator hears a robbery being committed in a jewelry store over the phone,  and she tries her best to prevent it. She is eventually forced to go in search for help.

Starring:
Claire McDowell, Harry Carey, Alfred Paget, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
124. Gold and Glitter (1912)
9
2
Gold and Glitter
9
2
Role:
The Lover
Starring:
Lillian Gish, William J. Butler, Elmer Booth, Grace Lewis
Directed By:
125. The God Within (1912)
9
2
The God Within
9
2
Role:
The Woman of the Camp's Lover
Starring:
Claire McDowell, Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
126. Paris at Midnight (1926)
8
2
Paris at Midnight
8
2
Role:
Vautrin
Starring:
Emile Chautard, Edmund Burns, Mary Brian, Jetta Goudal
Directed By:
E. Mason Hopper
127. An Adventure in the Autumn Woods (1913)
8
2
An Adventure in the Autumn Woods
8
2
Role:
The Father
Starring:
W. Chrystie Miller, Alfred Paget, Mae Marsh, Walter Miller
Directed By:
128. The Chief's Blanket (1912)
8
2
The Chief's Blanket
8
2
Role:
The Young Man
Starring:
W. Chrystie Miller, Blanche Sweet, Charles West, Alfred Paget
Directed By:
129. The Wanderer (1913)
8
2
The Wanderer
8
2
Role:
The Male Lover
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, Charles Hill Mailes, Christy Cabanne
Directed By:
130. Brutality (1912)
8
2
Brutality
8
2
Role:
At Wedding
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Joseph Graybill, Elmer Booth, Mae Marsh, Walter Miller
Directed By:
131. A Cry for Help (1912)
8
2
A Cry for Help
8
2
Role:
The Tramp
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Claire McDowell, Harry Carey, Walter Miller
Directed By:
132. Classmates (1914)
8
2
Classmates
8
2
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Gertrude Robinson, Marshall Neilan
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
133. A Girl's Stratagem (1913)
8
2
A Girl's Stratagem
8
2
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Harry Carey, Charles West, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
134. A Chance Deception (1913)
6
1
A Chance Deception
6
1
Starring:
Harry Carey, Blanche Sweet, Charles Hill Mailes, John T. Dillon
Directed By:
135. The Barrier (1926)
12
2
The Barrier
12
2
Role:
Stark Bennett
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Norman Kerry, George Cooper, Marceline Day
Directed By:
George W. Hill
136. Decameron Nights (1924)
12
2
Decameron Nights
12
2
Role:
Saladin
Starring:
Bernhard Goetzke, Werner Krauss, Ivy Duke, Randle Ayrton
Directed By:
Herbert Wilcox
137. The Little Tease (1913)
12
2
The Little Tease
12
2
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, W. Chrystie Miller
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
138. The Woman Who Did (1925)
12
2
The Woman Who Did
12
2
Role:
Allan Merrick
Starring:
Henry Vibart, Gustav Fröhlich, Alexandra Sorina, Daisy Campbell
Directed By:
Benjamin Christensen
139. The Eternal City (1923)
11
2
The Eternal City
11
2
Role:
Baron Bonelli
Starring:
Montagu Love, Bert Lytell, Barbara La Marr, Richard Bennett
Directed By:
George Fitzmaurice
140. The Copperhead (1920)
11
2
The Copperhead
11
2
Role:
Milt Shanks
Starring:
William P. Carleton, Francis Joyner, Richard Carlyle, Arthur Rankin
Directed By:
Charles Maigne
141. The One She Loved (1912)
10
2
The One She Loved
10
2
Role:
The Neighbor
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
142. The Yaqui Cur (1913)
10
2
The Yaqui Cur
10
2
Role:
The Easterner
Starring:
Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Frank Opperman, Walter Miller
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
143. The Unwelcome Guest (1913)
10
2
The Unwelcome Guest
10
2
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Mary Pickford, Claire McDowell, W. Chrystie Miller, Jack Pickford
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
144. Men and Women (1914)
10
2
Men and Women
10
2
Role:
Stephen Rodman / Robert Stevens
Starring:
Claire McDowell, Blanche Sweet, Gertrude Robinson, Fred Hearn
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
145. The Wrongdoers (1925)
10
2
The Wrongdoers
10
2
Role:
Daniel Abbott
Starring:
Henry Hull, Anne Cornwall, Henry Sedley, Blanche Craig
Directed By:
Hugh Dierker
146. Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 12 (1938)
10
2
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 12
10
2
Role:
Lionel Barrymore
Starring:
Jean Arthur, James Stewart, Frank Capra, Charles Ruggles, James Gleason
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
147. Love in an Apartment Hotel (1913)
10
2
Love in an Apartment Hotel
10
2
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Harry Carey, Blanche Sweet, Adolph Lestina
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
148. Just Gold (1913)
10
2
Just Gold
10
2
Role:
First Brother
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce, Charles West, Alfred Paget
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
149. Women Love Diamonds (1927)
10
2
Women Love Diamonds
10
2
Role:
Hugo Harlan
Starring:
Owen Moore, Pauline Starke, Gwen Lee, Cissy Fitzgerald
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
150. A Misunderstood Boy (1913)
9
2
A Misunderstood Boy
9
2
Role:
The Father
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Alfred Paget
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
151. Strongheart (1914)
9
2
Strongheart
9
2
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Gertrude Robinson, Antonio Moreno
Directed By:
James Kirkwood
152. Three Friends (1913)
9
2
Three Friends
9
2
Role:
Second Friend
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, John Francis Dillon, Joseph McDermott
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
153. The Thirteenth Hour (1927)
9
2
The Thirteenth Hour
9
2
Role:
Prof. Leroy
Starring:
Jacqueline Gadsdon, Charles Delaney, Fred Kelsey, Polly Moran
Directed By:
Chester M. Franklin
154. The Enemy's Baby (1913)
8
2
The Enemy's Baby
8
2
Role:
Ben Brown
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Claire McDowell, William J. Butler, Harry Carey
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
155. Oil and Water (1913)
8
2
Oil and Water
8
2
Role:
The Idealist's Friend
Starring:
Lillian Gish, Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Walter Miller
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
156. Fate (1913)
8
1
Fate
8
1
Role:
Father, Loving Family
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Robert Harron, Charles Hill Mailes, John T. Dillon
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
157. Enemies of Women (1923)
6
1
Enemies of Women
6
1
Role:
Prince Lubimoff
Starring:
Clara Bow, Pedro de Cordoba, Alma Rubens, Gareth Hughes
Directed By:
Alan Crosland

Animation(s)

Our Mr. Sun (1956)
Our Mr. Sun
Role:
Father Time (voice)
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Eddie Albert, Marvin Miller, Frank Baxter
Directed By:
Frank Capra, William T. Hurtz

Lionel Barrymore Awards

Academy Awards
A Free Soul Best Actor in a Leading Role 1931