2. Battling Butler (1926)
3. Three Ages (1923)
4. Four Sons (1928)
5. Dr. Jack (1922)
6. The Matinee Idol (1928)
7. Seven Footprints to Satan (1929)
8. The Cat and the Canary (1927)
9. The Last of the Mohicans (1920)
10. The Ten Commandments (1923)
11. The Eleventh Year. (1928)
12. A Girl in Every Port (1928)
13. A Page of Madness (1926)
Without titles and intended to be screened with a live narrator, it is hard to follow what is going on in this Japanese silent film. Set inside an insane asylum though, any such confusion is thematically appropriate, adding a nightmarish feel to the proceedings and with everything from distortion to dissolve special effects and shadows/lighting to play with whether the husband or wife appears imprisoned, the movie is a visual assault on the senses.
14. Paths to Paradise (1925)
If slow to warm up, once this comedy gets going, it rarely lets up. Highlights include lead actor Raymond Griffith trying to jump around the path of a flashlight shaken by a security guard at night, and Griffith and lead actress Betty Compson infiltrating a high class party, performing parlor games to cover up their attempts to crack a safe. The film also concludes nicely on an exciting chase sequence, though the actual final reel is reportedly missing.