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Examples of "josef_swickard"
The Cricket on the Hearth is a 1923 American silent comedy film directed by Lorimer Johnston and starring Josef Swickard, Fritzi Ridgeway and Paul Gerson.
Charles Swickard (1861–1929) was a German-born American actor and film director of the silent era. He was the brother of the actor Josef Swickard.
Street Corner (1929) is a black-and-white short film starring Josef Swickard and Henry B. Walthall, and directed by Russell Birdwell.
An Aerial Joy Ride is a 1917 Fox silent comedy, starring Josef Swickard, Annette DeFoe and Raymond Griffith, written and directed by Charles Reed.
The Age of Desire is a lost 1923 silent film drama directed by Frank Borzage and starring Josef Swickard, William Collier Jr. and Mary Philbin. It was distributed through Associated First National Pictures.
Fifth Avenue Models is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Svend Gade and starring Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry and Josef Swickard. A copy of the film exists in the UCLA archives.
Josef Swickard (26 June 1866 – 29 February 1940) was a German-born veteran stage and screen character actor, who had toured with stock companies in Europe, South Africa, and South America.
The Ten of Spades' was a 1914 American silent short film directed by starring William Garwood, Victory Bateman, J.H. Horsey, William Lowery, Muriel Ostriche, C.E. Rogers, Vera Sisson, Josef Swickard, Metta White and Mabel Wright.
Keys of the Righteous is a surviving 1918 American silent drama film directed by Jerome Storm and written by C. Gardner Sullivan. The film stars Enid Bennett, Earle Rodney, George Nichols, Josef Swickard, Karl Formes, and Gertrude Claire. The film was released on February 18, 1918, by Paramount Pictures.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is a 1921 American silent epic war film produced by Metro Pictures Corporation and directed by Rex Ingram. Based on the Spanish novel "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, it was adapted for the screen by June Mathis. The film stars Pomeroy Cannon, Josef Swickard, Bridgetta Clark, Rudolph Valentino, Wallace Beery, and Alice Terry.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Campbell had been the leading lady of the Bramhall Players and appeared on Broadway in revivals of "Hamlet" and "The Merchant of Venice" during the early 1910s. Later she followed her husband, German-born actor Josef Swickard, into films and was usually cast as rather grand ladies. She retired from the screen at the advent of sound.
Song of the Caballero is a 1930 American Western film directed by Harry Joe Brown and written by Bennett Cohen and Leslie Mason. The film stars Ken Maynard, Doris Hill, Francis Ford, Gino Corrado, Evelyn Sherman and Josef Swickard. The film was released on June 29, 1930, by Universal Pictures.
Mr. Billings Spends His Dime is a 1923 American comedy silent film directed by Wesley Ruggles and written by Dana Burnet and Albert S. Le Vino. The film stars Walter Hiers, Jacqueline Logan, George Fawcett, Robert McKim, Patricia Palmer and Josef Swickard. The film was released on March 19, 1923, by Paramount Pictures.
His Mother's Boy is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Victor Schertzinger and written by Ella Stuart Carson. The film stars Charles Ray, Doris May, William Elmer, Josef Swickard, Jerome Storm and Gertrude Claire. It is based on the short story "Where Life is Marked Down" by Rupert Hughes. The film was released on December 24, 1917, by Paramount Pictures.
"Photoplay" gave "Get Your Man" a positive review in their February 1928 issue, saying "Josef Swickard and Harry Clarke ["sic"] are splendid actors, well cast. Charles Rogers has a boyish appeal that is winning him many friends. This story may be fragile but the photography is beautiful and Clara continues to charm and fascinate." It was rated as one of the best pictures of the month.
Get Your Man is an American silent motion picture produced by Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation, and released in 1927. The film was directed by Dorothy Arzner and stars Clara Bow, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers and Josef Swickard. The Library of Congress holds an incomplete print of this film, missing two out of six reels. Paramount did not renew this film's copyright in 1955 so the film is now in the Public Domain.
Mamba is a 1930 American pre-Code film, released by Tiffany Pictures. It was shot entirely in Technicolor and stars Jean Hersholt, Eleanor Boardman, Ralph Forbes, Josef Swickard, Claude Fleming, William Stanton and William von Brincken. It was based on a story by Ferdinand Schumann-Heink and John Reinhardt and was advertised as the "First Drama In Natural Color" as all previous color features in sound had featured musical numbers.
The Land of Oz is ruled by Prime Minister Kruel (Josef Swickard), aided by Ambassador Wikked (Otto Lederer), Lady Vishuss (Virginia Pearson), and the Wizard (Charles Murray), a "medicine-show hokum hustler". When the discontented people, led by Prince Kynd (Bryant Washburn), demand the return of the princess, who disappeared while a baby many years before, so she can be crowned their rightful ruler, Kruel has the Wizard distract them with a parlor trick: making a female impersonator (Frederick Ko Vert) appear out of a seemingly empty basket. Kruel sends Wikked on a mission.
Amos does so, but Amhad Beg and his men find and kidnap him. Just as they are about to kill him, Amos is rescued by the mystic Narada (Josef Swickard), who also can see into the future, and his followers. Narada convinces him to forgo his own happiness and return to India to overthrow the tyrant. When Amos is welcomed by his people and the army revolts, Ali Khan commits suicide. The new Maharajah of Dharmagar takes comfort in his latest vision, which shows his wedding to Molly.
Chris Buckwell (Warner Oland), cruel and greedy czar of San Francisco's Tenderloin District, is heartless in his persecution of the Chinese, though he himself is secretly a half-caste. Buckwell, eager to possess the land of Don Hernández Vásquez (Josef Swickard), sends Michael Brandon (Anders Randolph), an unscrupulous attorney, to make an offer. Brandon's nephew, Terrence (Charles E. Mack), meets the grandee's beautiful daughter, Dolores (Dolores Costello), while Vásquez refuses the offer. Terry tries to save the Vásquez land grants, but when Chris causes the grandee's death, Dolores takes an oath to avenge her father. Learning that Chris is a half-caste, Dolores induces his feeble-minded dwarf brother (Angelo Rossita) to denounce him; he captures her and Terry, but they are saved from torture and death by the great earthquake of 1906 that kills the villain.