The History of Motion Pictures

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Index of Film Titles
A Nous la Liberté, 250, 330-334
A quoi Revent les Becs de Gaz, 240
Abbé Constantin, The, 44
Abyss, The, 56
Across the Rapids, 180
Adrienne Lecouvreur, 52
Adventurer, The, 120, 121
Adventures of Dolly, The, 63
Adventures of Kathlyn, The, 68, 69
Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks, 173
Adventures of an Octoberite, 174
Adventurous Automobile Trip, An, 19
Aelita, 173
L'Affiche, 228
Age for Love, The, 25, 47
Agonizing Adventure, An, 141
Agrippina, 50
Alchemist, The, 55
Alias Mike Moran, 210
Alice in Wonderland, 330
Alraune, 252
Alsace, 130
All Quiet on the Western Front, 344
Allo Berlin! Ici Paris!, 338
American Aristocracy, 115
Americano, The, 115
Amours Exotiques, 229
Ancient Law, The, 257
Andrei Kozhoukov, 141
Angèle, 341
Angelus of Victory, The, 128
Anna and Elisabeth, 349
Anna Karenina, 287
Anna Lisa, 185
Anne Boleyn, 189
Animal Crackers, 320
Arabesque, 237
Arabian Nights Tales, The, 171
Arlesienne, The, 47
Armored Vault, The, 255
Arrest of the Duchesse de Berry, The, 79
Arrival of a Train at the Station, 5, 30, 369
Arrival of a Train at Vincennes Station, 9
Aryan, The, 61, 108, 110, 210
Ascension of Hannele Mattern, The, 194
Assassination of the Duc d'Engheim, 71
Assassination of the Duc de Guise 42, 45, 52, 384
Assassination of President McKinley, 16
Assassination of the Serbian Royal Family, 16
Assault, The, 52
L'Assommoir, 47
At the Barber's, 7
At the Prison Gates, 56
Athalie, 47
Atlantide, 343, 345
Attila, 96
Avenger, The, 108
Avenging Conscience, The, 132
Avenging Poilu, The, 128
Awakening of Chrysis, 17
Baby's Breakfast, 5
Backstairs, 194
Back Street, 316
Balgospoden, 141
Ballet Mécanique, 237
Balloonatics, 213
Bank, The, 119
Barberousse, 133
Barrabas, 131
Bathing Beach, 5
Battle, The, 149
Battle of Gettysburg, The, 110
Battle of the Sexes, The, 285
Bay of Death, The, 279
Be My Wife, 82, 166
Beast in Human Shape, A, 47
Bébé Series, 69
Bed and Sofa, 174, 176
Bedtime for the Bride, 16
Beggar on Horseback, 170, 210-212
Behind the Screen, 120, 121, 140

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