Feature Film/TV Movie/TV Series/TV Special/TV Mini-Series, English (Sorted by Year Ascending)
1. Palm Beach Daily News (1897– )
Palm Beach Daily News, affectionately known as The Shiny Sheet, has been the leader in covering Palm Beach news, society, fashion & arts since 1897.
3. The Divorce (1903)
A husband walks out on his wife, leaving an incriminating letter behind. She hires a detective, who discovers the husband in a compromising position with another woman.
Not Rated | 57 min | Comedy
Women pursue pickpockets from Piccadilly to Hampstead and wrestle them.
9. Abraham Lincoln's Clemency (1910)
The incidents pictured in this film are founded on fact and relate to William Scott, a young soldier from the State of Vermont. Scott is on guard after a heavy day's march, and being found ... See full summary »
10. Dorothy and the Scarecrow in Oz (1910)
Dorothy and the Scarecrow are now in the Emerald City. They have become friendly with the Wizard, and together with the woodman, the cowardly lion, and several new creations equally ... See full summary »
11. The Sanitarium (1910)
Charley Wise with a Waldorf appetite on a beany salary finds himself growing unpopular with his landlord as well as other creditors. In fact the sighing breezes seem to whisper "Charley ... See full summary »
13. Jane Eyre (I) (1910)
Jane Eyre is left an orphan and penniless at the age of fourteen. She is adopted by her uncle, who has ample means of providing for her, and who also loves her dearly. Her uncle's kin, ... See full summary »
17. As in a Looking Glass (I) (1911)
A father's drinking leads him to neglect his family. His young son emulates his father's actions when playing with his friends. The father sees his vices reflected in the child's play and resolves to change his ways.
18. The Battle of Trafalgar (1911)
51 min | War
We show Lord Nelson leaving the admiralty room where he makes his famous speech and then introduce him with his captains giving the details of that wonderful plan of attack which was ... See full summary »
19. The Bushranger's Bride (1911)
Edgar Dalmore, an impulsive youth, quarrels with his father, and in the heat of anger is disowned. Edgar's cousin, Vincent Lennox, is hard pressed for money, owing to his gambling ... See full summary »
20. The Infant at Snakeville (1911)
Mrs. Graham and her baby boy are on their way from the east to an uncle's ranch in Wyoming, and they have completed the long journey in safety up to the time they are to take the stagecoach... See full summary »
22. Nell Gwynne (1911)
50 min | Biography, Drama, History
At the opening of the story, Nell Gwynne, a popular English actress, is seen as an orange girl selling her goods in and around the old Drury Theater. While she is bantering, Lady Olivia ... See full summary »
24. Attack on the Gold Escort (1911)
52 min | Action, Drama
Nothing got the Aussie adrenalin flowing in the early 1900's than some serious gold-fields drama.
32. Arrah-Na-Pogue (1911)
(Reel 1) Beamish McCoul joined the Irish insurrection and had become a leader in the movement when he was arrested and placed in Wicklow Jail. His property was confiscated by the ... See full summary »
33. As You Like It (1912)
After the overthrowing of Duke Senior by his tyrannical brother, Senior's daughter Rosalind disguises herself as a man and sets out to find her banished father while also counseling her clumsy suitor Orlando in the art of wooing.
TV-PG | 71 min | Biography, Drama
An account of the life of Jesus Christ, based on the books of the New Testament: After Jesus' birth is foretold to his parents, he is born in Bethlehem, and is visited by shepherds and wise... See full summary »
40. Quincy Adams Sawyer (1912)
A Bostonian acts as a go-between for a foundling and her suitor in the small town of Mason's Corners, learning that the young woman's foster mother has hidden the secret of her parentage.
42. The Reward for Broncho Billy (1912)
After holding up a stage-coach, Broncho Billy disappears into the woods on horseback. The driver of the coach unhitches one of the horses and rides to the nearest town, notifies the sheriff... See full summary »
46. A Gipsy Girl's Honour (1912)
A gypsy woman is told that her husband is spending time with another gypsy woman. She finds them together, and demands satisfaction the gypsy way, a duel with Sevillanas, long-bladed flick-knives. The duel is short and deadly.
Director: Lewin Fitzhamon
48. Half a Hero (1912)
A little country village comedy in which Mr. Costello plays a young grocer's clerk. This clerk and the daughter (Clara Kimball Young) of a G.A.R. fire-eater (Mr. Eldridge) are in love, much... See full summary »