Most Popular Titles With Location Matching "Biograph Studio, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA"
1. Lying Lips (1939)
80 min | Drama
A nightclub singer refuses to "date" customers, so she's framed for the murder of her aunt, convicted of the killing and sent to prison. However, her friend, who is a police detective, ... See full summary »
2. A Corner in Wheat (1909)
G | 14 min | Short, Drama
A greedy tycoon decides, on a whim, to corner the world market in wheat. This doubles the price of bread, forcing the grain's producers into charity lines and further into poverty. The film... See full summary »
3. April Folly (1920)
April Folly is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and written by Adrian Johnson and Cynthia Stockley. The film stars Marion Davies, Madeline Marshall, Hattie ... See full summary »
5. The Country Doctor (1909)
Not Rated | 14 min | Short, Drama
While caring for his sick daughter, a doctor is called away to the sickbed of a neighbor. He finds the neighbor gravely ill, and ignores his wife's pleas to come home and care for his own daughter, who has taken a turn for the worse.
14. Daughter of Destiny (1917)
50 min | Drama
Married to a spy who seeks to induce her to betray her country, the daughter of the American Ambassador to Belmark welcomes the news of her husband's death not knowing that he has merely ... See full summary »
16. Around the Mulberry Bush (1902)
A group of happy, bare-footed children playing the popular game from which the picture gets it title. The youngsters are having a lot of fun, and their good spirits are contagious.
17. Beware! (1919)
American ambassador to Germany James W. Gerard warns that Germany will rise again to power and an attempt at world domination unless safeguards are taken, in this documentary-style propaganda drama.
21. Clarence the Cop (1903)
Clarence the Cop falls asleep on his beat, and two burglars rob a store under his very nose. The roundsman happens along and Clarence gets a hard call down.
22. Hooligan in Jail (1903)
Hooligan is thrust into prison, but makes the most of his hardship. He is seen in his cell enjoying a full meal of prison hash.
39. Poor Hooligan, So Hungry Too! (1903)
Hooligan robs a couple of pet bull terriers of the food which has been placed out of doors in a dish, and has his meal well located when a policeman gathers him in, the dogs in the meantime biting at his shins.
48. The Dressmaker's Accident (1903)
A woman walks into the dressmaker's establishment and trips over a footstool, injuring her shin. The workers pick her up and lift her skirts above her knees to administer first aid.