Pon — along with Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion — works to undo a witch's spell and save the Emerald City from the evil King Krewl.
Starring Violet MacMillan, Frank Moore, and Pierre Couderc · Directed by L. Frank Baum
Jack Parker battles a Mexican bandito while pining for Texas Ryan, the rancher's daughter.
Starring Tom Mix, George Fawcett, and Bessie Eyton · Directed by E.A. Martin
Tom and Sally are taken prisoner by hostile Indians on their way to the gold fields of California and are aided in their escape by the chief's sister.
Starring Tom Mix, Bessie Eyton, and Red Wing · Directed by Colin Campbell
The foundry boss brings in a labor consultant and his daughter aids the workers after they go on strike.
Starring Kathlyn Williams, T.J. Commerford, and Charles Clary · Directed by Oscar Eagle
A con-man tries to seduce the wife of the American ambassador to Monaco and rob her of the vast amount of money she won at the gaming tables of Monte Carlo.
Starring Rudolph Christians, Miss DuPont, and Erich von Stroheim · Directed by Erich von Stroheim
A man struggles with his sexuality while fighting a blackmailer who threatens to reveal that he is gay.
Starring Conrad Veidt, Fritz Schulz, and Reinhold Schünzel · Directed by Richard Oswald
Salomé dances for the head of Jokaanan in this flamboyant adaptation of the well known play by Oscar Wilde.
Starring Nazimova, Mitchell Lewis, and Rose Dione · Directed by Charles Bryant
Frank Winslow, having deserted the Confederate army, learns of vital Union war plans and must decide whether to return or stay in hiding.
Starring Frank Keenan and Charles Ray · Directed by Reginald Barker and Thomas H. Ince
Down and out Larry and Madge take to the rooftops to escape from their creditors.
Starring Larry Semon and Madge Kirby · Directed by Lawrence Semon
Betty is in love with her father's secretary, but Daddy does not approve and dismisses him. She concocts a plan to get his job back and be near him without Daddy suspecting a thing.
Starring John Bunny and Mabel Normand · Directed by Ralph Ince