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  • The Man Who Laughs

    Director Paul Leni, whose career was cut short by his death from blood poisoning in 1929, is best remembered for his creaky, campy haunted-house movie The Cat and the Canary, but this elegant Victor Hugo adaptation (1928) gives a much better sense of his considerable dramatic and pictorial talents. more...
  • Midnight Madness

    Produced by Cecil B. DeMille's short-lived production company and directed by the now-forgotten F. Harmon Weight, this 1928 comedy is reportedly a variation on Taming of the Shrew made in the South African Jungle. more...
  • The Monster

    Roland West directed this 1925 silent horror film a store clerk/aspiring detective (Gertrude Olmstead) who investigates a remote sanitarium run by a suspicious doctor (Lon Chaney). more...