List of lost silent films (1925–1929)

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This is a list of lost silent films that were released from 1925 to 1929.

Year Film Director Cast Notes Ref
1925 Ace of Spades Henry MacRae William Desmond, Mary McAllister A 15-part Western serial. [1]
The Adventurous Sex Charles Giblyn Clara Bow, Herbert Rawlinson, Earle Williams Six reels, 58-60 minutes. [2]
Corazón Aymara Pedro Sambarino First Bolivian fiction feature film. [3]
The Dark Angel George Fitzmaurice Vilma Bánky, Ronald Colman Named by the New York Times as one of the ten best films of 1925. [4]
The Fighting Heart John Ford George O'Brien, Billie Dove [5]
The Fighting Ranger Jay Marchant Jack Dougherty, Eileen Sedgwick A Western serial with 18 episodes. [6]
The Great Circus Mystery Jay Marchant Joe Bonomo, Louise Lorraine A 15-chapter serial. [7]
Heartbound Glen Lambert Ranger Bill Miller, Bess True An early 3D film (see List of 3D films pre-2005). [8]
His Supreme Moment George Fitzmaurice Blanche Sweet, Ronald Colman, Anna May Wong Some sequences had 2 strip Technicolor. [9]
Idaho Robert F. Hill Mahlon Hamilton, Vivian Rich A ten-part serial. [10]
Kiss Me Again Ernst Lubitsch Marie Prevost, Monte Blue, Clara Bow Warner Bros. popular film. [11]
The Lawful Cheater Frank O'Connor Clara Bow, David Kirby, Raymond McKee [12]
A Man of Iron Whitman Bennett Lionel Barrymore, Mildred Harris [13]
Man spielt nicht mit der Liebe (One Does Not Play with Love) Georg Wilhelm Pabst Werner Krauss [14]
New Brooms William C. deMille Bessie Love, Neil Hamilton, Phyllis Haver [15]
Perils of the Wild Francis Ford Joe Bonomo, Margaret Quimby A serial consisting of 15 episodes. [16]
Play Ball Spencer Gordon Bennet Walter Miller, Allene Ray A ten-part serial. [17]
The Prophecy of the Lake José Maria Velasco Maidana Second completed Bolivian fiction feature film; banned and never released.
The Scarlet Streak Henry MacRae Jack Dougherty, Lola Todd A serial of ten episodes. [18]
That Royle Girl D. W. Griffith W. C. Fields Griffith used 24 airplane propellers to create a tornado sequence. [19][20]
Thank You John Ford Alec B. Francis, Jacqueline Logan [21]
A Thief in Paradise George Fitzmaurice Doris Kenyon, Ronald Colman, Aileen Pringle [22]
The Tower of Lies Victor Seastrom Lon Chaney, Norma Shearer, Ian Keith [23]
We Moderns John Francis Dillon Colleen Moore A sequel to Moore's Flaming Youth of 1923. [24]
Wild West Robert F. Hill Jack Mulhall, Helen Ferguson A ten-chapter serial. [25]
1926 Arirang Na Woon-gyu Na Woon-gyu A copy of this Korean film was rumored to have been in the possession of a Japanese collector who died in February 2005. [26]
The Bar-C Mystery Robert F. Hill Dorothy Phillips, Wallace MacDonald A ten-part Western serial. [27]
The Boy Friend Monta Bell Marceline Day, John Harron, Gwen Lee [28]
The Cat's Pajamas William A. Wellman Betty Bronson [29]
The Dice Woman Edward Dillon, Edmund F. Bernoudy Priscilla Dean [30]
The Fighting Marine Spencer Gordon Bennet Gene Tunney, Marjorie Day A ten-episode serial. [31]
Fighting with Buffalo Bill Ray Taylor William F. Cody, George H. Plympton, William Lord Wright [32]
The Great Gatsby Herbert Brenon Warner Baxter, Lois Wilson, Neil Hamilton Only a minute-long trailer has survived. Despite extensive searches for the film and rumours of surviving copies existing in obscure archives, no other trace of the film has been found. [33]
Gwiaździsta eskadra Leonard Buczkowski Barbara Orwid A story of Americans in the Polish 7th Air Escadrille fighting against the Bolsheviks during the Polish-Soviet War in 1918–1920. All copies were stolen or destroyed by the Soviet Army after 1945. [34][35]
Hearts and Fists Lloyd Ingraham John Bowers, Marguerite De La Motte, Alan Hale Sr. One of three known films from H.C. Weaver Studios [36]
London Herbert Wilcox Dorothy Gish It is on the BFI 75 Most Wanted list of missing British feature films. [37]
Meet the Prince Joseph Henabery Joseph Schildkraut, Marguerite De La Motte [38]
The Radio Detective William James Craft, William A. Crinley Jack Dougherty, Margaret Quimby A serial of ten episodes. [39]
The Road to Glory Howard Hawks May McAvoy Hawks's first official film as a director. [40]
Snowed In Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller A ten-episode serial. [41]
A Social Celebrity Malcolm St. Clair Adolphe Menjou, Louise Brooks In 1957, one print deteriorated, and later another was lost in a fire. [42]
Stop, Look and Listen Larry Semon Oliver Hardy [43]
Strings of Steel Henry MacRae William Desmond, Eileen Sedgwick [44]
Sweeney Todd George Dewhurst G.A. Baughan The first of several film adaptations of the Sweeney Todd character. [45]
Swell Hogan Ralph Graves Ralph Graves The first film produced by Howard Hughes, who hated the film and may have ordered it destroyed.[46]
A Trip to Chinatown Robert P. Kerr Margaret Livingston, Earle Foxe, J. Farrell MacDonald [47]
The Winking Idol Francis Ford William Desmond, Eileen Sedgwick A Western serial in ten parts. [48]
A Woman of the Sea Josef von Sternberg Edna Purviance Produced by Charlie Chaplin, he destroyed it in 1933 as a tax write-off. Production stills survive. [49][50]
1927 The American J. Stuart Blackton Bessie Love, Charles Ray Made in the experimental widescreen process Natural Vision. Never released theatrically. [51]
Babe Comes Home Ted Wilde Babe Ruth, Anna Q. Nilsson Babe Ruth stars as himself in this feature-length comedy. [52]
Blake of Scotland Yard Robert F. Hill Hayden Stevenson, Grace Cunard A 12-episode serial. [53]
Broadway Nights Joseph C. Boyle Lois Wilson, Sam Hardy, Barbara Stanwyck, Ann Sothern A silent romantic drama film. [54]
The Broncho Twister Orville O. Dull Tom Mix, Helene Costello [55][56]
The Callahans and the Murphys George W. Hill Marie Dressler, Polly Moran This film caused some controversy because of its stereotypical depiction of Irish people. MGM withdrew the picture from distribution. [57]
The Chinese Parrot Paul Leni Marian Nixon, Florence Turner, Hobart Bosworth [58]
The City Gone Wild James Cruze Louise Brooks Early gangster film, with titles by Herman J. Mankiewicz. [59]
The Conjure Woman Oscar Micheaux Evelyn Preer [60]
The Devil Dancer Fred Niblo Gilda Gray, Clive Brook, Anna May Wong [61]
Evening Clothes Luther Reed Adolphe Menjou, Louise Brooks [62]
The Fire Fighters Jacques Jaccard Jack Dougherty, Helen Ferguson A ten-chapter serial. [63]
For the Love of Mike Frank Capra Claudette Colbert Colbert's film debut. [64]
The Gateway of the Moon John Griffith Wray Dolores del Río, Walter Pidgeon [65]
Gua ming de fu qi (A Couple in Name Only) Wancang Bu Ruan Lingyu
A Harp in Hock Renaud Hoffman Rudolph Schildkraut, Junior Coghlan, May Robson, Bessie Love [66]
Hats Off Hal Yates Laurel and Hardy [67]
The Heart of the Yukon W.S. Van Dyke John Bowers, Anne Cornwall, Edward Hearn One of three known films from H.C. Weaver Studios [68]
Heebee Jeebees Anthony Mack Our Gang: (Joe Cobb, Allen "Farina" Hoskins, Jay R. Smith, Jackie Condon, Harry Spear, Jean Darling, Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins, Pete the Pup) [69]
Heroes of the Wild Harry S. Webb Jack Hoxie, Josephine Hill A ten-episode serial. [70]
The House Behind the Cedars Oscar Micheaux Shingzie Howard, Lawrence Chenault, C. D. Griffith A race film, it was banned in Virginia. [71]
London After Midnight Tod Browning Lon Chaney, Marceline Day Chaney played both the villain, and the detective hunting him. Reconstructed in 2002 using stills and original script. Last known print destroyed in the 1965 MGM vault fire. [72]
The Magic Flame Henry King Ronald Colman, Vilma Bánky [73][74]
The Masked Menace Arch Heath Larry Kent, Jean Arthur Filmed in Berlin, New Hampshire. [75]
Melting Millions Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller A ten-episode serial. [76]
The Mountain Eagle Alfred Hitchcock Nita Naldi, Bernhard Goetzke The film was poorly received and criticised for its lack of realism, and Hitchcock himself was relieved that the film was lost. [77][78][79]
Mumsie Herbert Wilcox Pauline Frederick, Nelson Keys, Herbert Marshall [80]
On Guard Arch Heath Cullen Landis, Muriel Kingston A ten-part serial. [81]
The Potters Fred C. Newmeyer W. C. Fields [82]
Rolled Stockings Richard Rosson Louise Brooks The film features the Paramount Junior stars, and was filmed in Berkeley, California. [83]
The Story of the Flag Anson Dyer The first full-length British animated film, it is on the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [84]
Sword of Penitence Yasujirō Ozu Saburō Azuma Ozu's first film as director.
Taxi! Taxi! Melville W. Brown Edward Everett Horton, Burr McIntosh [85]
Tip Toes Herbert Wilcox Dorothy Gish, Will Rogers On the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [86]
The Gay Defender Gregory La Cava Richard Dix, Thelma Todd, Fred Kohler, Jerry Mandy [87]
The Trail of the Tiger Henry MacRae Jack Dougherty, Frances Teague A serial in ten parts. [88]
Two Flaming Youths John Waters W. C. Fields, Chester Conklin, Mary Brian [89]
Yale vs. Harvard Robert F. McGowan Our Gang: (Joe Cobb, Allen "Farina" Hoskins, Jay R. Smith, Jackie Condon, Harry Spear, Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins, Jean Darling, Pete the Pup) Earliest Our Gang film to be entirely lost. [90]
1928 Anybody Here Seen Kelly? William Wyler Bessie Love, Tom Moore [91]
The Awakening Victor Fleming Vilma Bánky, Walter Byron [92]
What Price Beauty? Tom Buckingham Nita Naldi, Natacha Rambova Film was shot in May 1925, but not released until January 1928 due to distribution issues. Notable for being Myrna Loy's debut.
The Actress Sidney Franklin Sidney Franklin Destroyed in the 1965 MGM vault fire. [93]
Baiyun Ta (The White Cloud Pagoda) Zhang Shichuan Ruan Lingyu
The Big City Tod Browning Lon Chaney, Betty Compson Destroyed in the 1965 MGM vault fire. A trailer survives, but it doesn't include any footage from the film. [94]
The Burning of the Red Lotus Temple Zhang Shichuan Die Hu, Jie Tang Considered to be one of the longest films ever made, released in 19 parts from 1928 to 1931 with a total running time of 27 hours. Notable for being the first martial arts film.
The Czarina's Secret R. William Neill Olga Baclanova, Sally Rand Technicolor short subject, part of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Great Events" series. [95]
The Drag Net Josef von Sternberg William Powell, Evelyn Brent [96]
Dry Martini Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast Mary Astor [97]
Edison, Marconi & Co. Anthony Mack Our Gang: (Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins, Jay R. Smith, Allen "Farina" Hoskins, Joe Cobb, Harry Spear, Jackie Condon, Pete the Pup) [98]
The Fleet's In Malcolm St. Clair Clara Bow, James Hall With talking sequences and sound effects. [99]
4 Devils F. W. Murnau Janet Gaynor Named by the New York Times as one of the ten best films of 1928. [100][101]
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Alice White, Ruth Taylor The first version of the Anita Loos story. [102]
Growing Pains Anthony Mack, Robert F. McGowan Our Gang: Mary Ann Jackson, Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins, Allen "Farina" Hoskins, Joe Cobb, Jay R. Smith, Harry Spear, Jackie Condon, Jean Darling, Pete the Pup [103]
The Hawk's Nest Benjamin Christensen Milton Sills, Doris Kenyon, Sōjin Kamiyama [104]
Ladies of the Mob William Wellman Clara Bow, Richard Arlen [105]
The Last Moment Paul Fejos Georgia Hale, Otto Matieson Experimental silent film told without subtitles. [19][106]
The Legion of the Condemned William A. Wellman Fay Wray, Gary Cooper [19][107]
Mark of the Frog Arch Heath Donald Reed
Margaret Morris
A ten-episode serial. [108]
Napoleon's Barber John Ford Otto Matieson, Natalie Golitzen [109]
Pirates of the Pines J. C. Cook George O'Hara, Rita Roma A serial with ten episodes. [110]
A Princess of Destiny Tom Terriss Anders Randolf, Doris Lloyd, Dorothy Gould, Lloyd Ingraham, Fairfax Burger Technicolor short subject, part of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer "Great Events" series. [111]
Street of Sin Mauritz Stiller Emil Jannings, Fay Wray [112]
Tarzan the Mighty Jack Nelson, Ray Taylor Frank Merrill The seventh Tarzan movie produced. [113]
Thérèse Raquin Jacques Feyder Gina Manès, Hans Adalbert Schlettow, Jeanne Marie-Laurent [114]
The Vanishing Rider Ray Taylor William Desmond, Ethlyne Clair A serial of 12 parts. [115]
The Vanishing West Richard Thorpe Jack Perrin, Eileen Sedgwick A ten-episode serial. [116]
Vultures of the Sea Richard Thorpe Johnnie Walker, Shirley Mason A serial with ten chapters. [117]
The Yellow Cameo Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Edward Hearn [118]
1929 Barro Humano Adhemar Gonzaga Gracia Morena, Lelita Rosa, Eva Schnoor, Eva Nil [119]
The Case of Lena Smith Josef von Sternberg Esther Ralston Silent film withdrawn from circulation when talkies began to dominate. Only a 4-minute clip is known to exist.
The Crooked Billet Adrian Brunel Madeleine Carroll, Carlyle Blackwell, Miles Mander On the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [120]
The Diamond Master Jack Nelson Hayden Stevenson, Louise Lorraine A ten-part serial. [121]
The Fatal Warning Richard Thorpe Ralph Graves, Helene Costello Twelve-part mystery serial released by Mascot Pictures. [122]
The Fire Detective Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Storey Gladys McConnell, Hugh Allan A serial with ten episodes. [123]
Frontier Romance Elmer Clifton Allan Simpson, Nina Quartero, Arthur Clayton The last of twelve short films produced in Technicolor as part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "Great Events" series. .[124]
The Holy Terror Anthony Mack, Robert F. McGowan Our Gang: Mary Ann Jackson, Joe Cobb, Allen "Farina" Hoskins, Jean Darling, Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins, Harry Spear, Pete the Pup [125]
The Last Post Dinah Shurey John Longden, Frank Vosper, Cynthia Murtagh On the BFI 75 Most Wanted list. [126]
The Pirate of Panama Ray Taylor Jay Wilsey, Natalie Kingston A serial in 12 parts. [127]
The Wages of Sin Oscar Micheaux William A. Clayton, Jr., Bessie Givens A race movie with an all-black cast. [128]


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