Most Voted Titles With Leo D. Maloney
1. The Hazards of Helen (1914)
1,428 min | Action
Writers: Frank Howard Clark, John Russell Corvell, Scott Darling, Edward T. Matlack, Denman Thompson | Directors: J. Gunnis Davis, J.P. McGowan, Robert G. Vignola, Helen Holmes, Paul Hurst, Leo D. Maloney | Stars: Helen Holmes, Helen Gibson, J.P. McGowan, Ethel Clisbee
2. The Man from Texas (1915)
Not Rated | 41 min | Short, Romance, Western
A cowboy gets a message that his sister's husband has left her and she is in trouble. When he gets there, he finds her dead. He sets out to track down the husband.
3. The Wild Engine (1915)
Helen, informed of the danger which menaces an excursion train because another engine on the same track is running wild, mounts a motorcycle and speeds down the track to warn the passengers... See full summary »
4. The Escape on the Fast Freight (1915)
13 min | Short, Thriller
Two yeggmen hold up Helen, on night duty at Ferndale, lock her in a closet, and escape. Later, standing on a bridge over the freight yards, Helen sees the two bandits aboard an outgoing ... See full summary »
6. The Leap from the Water Tower (1915)
Rand, a vengeful discharged fireman, tampers with the airbrakes of a large freight locomotive making them useless on the long descent from the summit of Pine Hill to Lone Point the ... See full summary »
7. In Danger's Path (1915)
Helen is captured by two yeggmen who throw her into a refrigerator car; finding a meat hook, she chops her way into the ice chamber and reaches the top of the train in time to avert a collision of two trains.
9. The Vanishing West (1928)
A boy's father is an unjustly accused fugitive, and the boy's scheming uncle plots to become the youngster's guardian and take over the family fortune.
11. The Human Chain (1915)
Deering and his gang rifle the station safe and gain possession of some valuable gems; Helen seizes the package and throws it into the river. In order to recover the package, a human chain ... See full summary »
20. Judith of the Cumberlands (1916)
Two rival mountain clans that have been feuding for years begin a new battle over the moonshine whiskey trade. A young man and a girl from each of the different clans try to end the feud, ... See full summary »
23. A Life in the Balance (II) (1915)
King attempts to tighten the brake of a freight car standing near the summit of a steep grade at Lone Point. Suddenly, the brake chain snaps and the train commences to roll down hill. Helen... See full summary »
25. The Railroad Raiders (1917)
Chapter 12 - A Fight for the Franchise: Helen Holmes (Helen Holmes) and Roy Wilson (William Brunton, president of the K & W Railroad, become suspicious of the dealings of Thomas Desmond (... See full summary »
29. Vultures of the Sea (1928)
When his father is falsely convicted and sentenced to die for a murder committed aboard ship, the man's son signs on as a crewman to discover the real killer and clear his father.
35. The Escape on the Limited (1914)
Brandt, a defaulting cashier, hiding in Lone Point in his effort to throw detectives off his track, cuts the wires of Helen's telephone to prevent her from calling for help, binds and gags ... See full summary »
39. The Lost Express (1917)
A train that is carrying the formula for a valuable form of granulated gasoline disappears before it reaches its destination. Railroad investigators and the authorities try to determine ... See full summary »
41. The Death Train (1915)
The smashed corner of a trunk containing counterfeiting paraphernalia reveals to Helen that there is treachery afoot at Lone Point. Detectives capture two of the trio, but one of them gets ... See full summary »
44. The Railroad Raiders of '62 (1915)
Lockwood, the old, one-armed flagman at Lone Point, tells Helen and a young soldier of his experiences during the Civil War, and how he lost his arm.
48. The Broken Train (1915)
Helen spotting two jewel robbers sever the telegraph wires and hop onto a passing freight, jumps into a racing auto and takes off in pursuit. In the meantime, the freight's brakes fail, and... See full summary »